Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair 2022

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Pitt County American

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September 20 - 25, 2022 www.pittfair.org www.powersmidways.com


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Table of Contents Fair Manager’s Message ............................................ ...................................................... Rules and Regulations ............................................... Special Events Daily Entertainment ............................................... Tuesday, September .......................................... Wednesday, September ..................................... Thursday, September ........................................ Friday, September 2 ............................................. Saturday, September 2 ......................................... Sunday, September 2 ........................................... Monday, September 2 ........................................... Pre-Registration Official Entry Form ........................... Pre-Registration Special Needs Students & Pre-Schoolers.........................................................

Department A Career and Technical Education ............................ 1 Department B Youth Organizations ............................................... 1 1. 4-H Club 11 2. Other Youth Organizations a. 4-H Livestock ........................................... 1 b. Goat Show ............................................... 1 c. Heifer ....................................................... 1 d. Lamb........................................................ 1 e. Poultry ..................................................... 1 f. Rabbit ...................................................... 1 Department C Civic & Community Organizations ........................... Department D Food Conservation ................................................. 1. Adult Division—Jars (Pint or 1/2 Pint) .................. 2. Adult Division—Jellies, Jam and Preserves - ...... Standard Half Pint or Pint Jars 3. Adult Division—Pickles and Relishes - ................ 2 Standard Half Pint, Pint or Quart Jars 4. Youth Division—Canned Fruits and .................... 2 Vegetables - Standard Pint or Quart Jars Children 9-18

Department D Prepared Foods and Cake Auction....................... 2 1. Adult Division—Prepared Foods and .............. Cake Auction - Layer Cakes 2. Adult Division—Prepared Foods and .............. Cake Auction - Tube Cakes Cakes

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Department E Clothing .............................................................. 1. Adult Division—Apparel and Construction ........ 2. Adult Division—Crochet................................... 3. Adult Division—Knitted .................................... 4. Adult Division—Felted ..................................... 5. Youth Division—Apparel and Textile ............... Construction 6. Youth Division—Crochet..... ............................. 7. Youth Division—Knitted .................................. 8. Adult Division—Felted .....................................

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Department F Home Furnishings ................................................ 1. Quilts ................................................. .............. 2. Adult Division—Cross Stitch ............................ 3. Adult Division—Rugs and Wall......................... Hangings

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Table of Contents Department G Crafts ................................................................. 1. Adult Division—Decorative Crafts .................. 2. Adult Division—Wreaths .............................. 3. Adult Division—Wood Carving/Wood Working 4. Preschool—Any Craft Ages 4 and under ....... 5. Youth Division—4 Categories ........................ 6. Youth Division—Wreathes Age up to 17 ........

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Department H Art ..................................................................... 1. Adult Division—Fine Art ................................. 2. Adult Division—Drawing/Coloring .................. 3. Adult Division—Paniting.............. .................. 4. Adult Division—Watercolor............................ 5. Adult Division—Acrylic................ ................... 6. Youth Division– Fine Art 6 and Under ........... 7. Youth Division– Fine Art Youth 7-8 ................ 8. Youth Division—Fine Art Youth 9-11.............. 9. Youth Division—Fine Art Youth 12-13 ............ 10. Youth Division—Fine Art Youth 14-17 ..........

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Department I Photography....................................................... 1. Adult Division—Color Prints ........................... 2. Adult Division—Black and White Prints .......... 3. Youth Division—Color Prints - Youth ............. 9 and Under 4. Youth Division—Color Prints Youth 10-13 ...... 5. Youth Division—Color Prints Youth 14-17 ...... 6. Youth Division—Black and White .................. 9 and Under 7. Youth Division—Black and White .................. Ages 10-13 8. Youth Division—Black and White .................. Ages 14-17

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Department J Flowers .............................................................. 39 1. Adult Division—Cut Flowers - 18 and Over.... . 39 2. Adult Division—Roses ................................... 39 3. New Division.................................................... 39 4. Youth Division—Flowers ................................ 40 5. Youth Division—Plants ................................... 40 Department K Antiques............................................................. 41 1. Adult Division—Any Antique .......................... 41 Department L Field Crops ...................................................... 42 1. Adult Division—Tobacco - 3 Bundles ........... 42 2. Adult Division—Corn - 8 Ears ...................... 42 3 Adult Division—Cotton - 3 Stalks ................. 42 4. Adult Division—Small Grain - Quart Jar........ 42 5 Adult Division—Peanuts .............................. 42 6. Adult Division—Hay .......................................42

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Field Crops - Youth ..................................................43 1. Youth Division—Tobacco - 3 Bundles ........... 43 2. Youth—Corn - 8 Ears ................................... 43 3 Youth Division—Cotton - 3 Stalks ...................43 4. Youth Division—Small Grain - Quart Jar .........43 5 Youth Division—Peanuts ................................43 6. Youth Division—Hay ........................................43 Department M Horticulture .................................................... 44 1. Adult Division ............................................ 44 2. Youth Division ........................................... 45 Department N Birdhouse 1. Birdhouse—Youth Division......................... 46 Pie Baking 1. Pie Baking—Crust from Scratch - Adult ...... 47 2 Pie Baking—Crust Commercial .................. 47 Harvest of Fun 1. Create a Decoration ................................... 50 Pumpkin 1. Pumpkin—Animal - Youth up to 6............... 51 2. Pumpkin—Animal - Youth 7-10 .................. 51 3. Pumpkin—Animal - Youth 11-13 ................. 51 4. Pumpkin—Animal - Youth 14 and Older .... 51 Family Building 1. Family Building—With Kit ............................ 52 2. Family Building—Without Kit ........................52 Gift Wrapping 1. Any Occasion............................................... 53 Lego 1. Lego Free-Style.......................................... 54 2. Lego From Kit ........................................... 54 Entomology 1. Entomology—Youth up to 9 ........................ 55 2. Entomology—Youth 10-12 .......................... 55 3. Entomology—Youth 13 and Older ............... 55


Table of Contents CELEBRATING 101 YEARS OF FAIR MANAGER’S School Art AGRICULTURAL FUN 1. School Art—Preschool ................................... 56 MESSAGE 56 2. School Art—1st Grade .................................. We’re celebrating 101 years

3. School Art—2nd Grade ................................. 56 4. School Art—3rd and Older............................ 56 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle ........................................... 57 1. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle—Youth 6 ....... 57 ENup to OSS 2. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle — Youth 7-10......... 57 3. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle—Youth 11-13 ........ 57 Youth and Older ....................................... 57 Message from4.the Fair 14 Manager

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and Apple WelcomePotato to another greatDecorating year at the Pitt County American le1. Apple Decorating .......................................... 58 gion Agricultural Fair. Unfortunate;y, we had to cancel; out 2020 Fair due to COVID-19; we are planning an even better event. 2. Potatobut ......................................... 58 Decorating Our fair theme this year, “CELEBRATING 101 YEARS OF AGRICULNEW YOUTH CONTEST TURAL FUN.” sets the tone for the exciting things the fair staff You decide the medium! has in store for you at the 101st Annual Pitt County American 1. Fair Theme.................................................... 58 Legion Agricultural Fair. We are excited about our upcoming fair and the return of Powers Great American Midways for your Shoe Float enjoyment andBox entertainment. Corky and Debbie Powers join 1. Shoe Box Float—Youth to most 6 ..................... 59 us in the excitement of providing one ofupthe modern mid2. Shoe Box Float Youth 7-10 ....................... 59 ways in the fair business. Their— midway consists of 35 thrilling 3. Shoe Box Float—Youth 11-13 ....................... 59 rides, exciting games, and a variety of food and beverage op4. Shoe Boxthey Float—Youth 14 and Older 59 portunities. Once again, are bringing some new............ rides with them. You do not want to miss this fabulous Midway this year. Centerpiece Please join us in welcoming them to Greenville. Centerpiece—Adult ....................................... 60 We have worked very hard to “build” an exciting fair for you to enjoy. Coloring Along with our FREE entertainment, we are offering Contest Rules 60 you a chance to Coloring be a ROCK STAR for one................................ night. For the fourth Coloring our Contest Sheet ................................ year, we are introducing Pitt County Fair Rock Stars. This61 is your chance to make your dreams come true by being a STAR Livestock on stage at our Karaoke Event. Come join the fun on Thursday Poster Competition ...................................... 62 night, SeptemberExhibition 23 at 7:00...................................................... pm. 62

at the Pitt County Fair. Through all the sweat and tears we have made plans with care.

There’s lots of new contests in store for daily family fun. New FREE acts to enjoy. Yes, there’s something for everyone. Powers is bringing new rides for excitement on the Midway. He does this with pride to give your family a fun day. Join in the Scavenger Hunt and Games. Win some neat prizes, and claim the fame. Also, enjoy some surprises.

Fireworks We’re celebrating a huge event with all the fair sounds and sights. You’ll be glad you spent a day filled with excitement and delight.

Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 22 Yes,101 years have passed and it & is true. Old things don’t last, Saturday, SEPTEMBER 25 But we will always provide the BEST FAIR for YOU. 9:00p.m. ----By Phyllis Ross

Events .......................................................... 63 My goal is to continue to have theRabbit best local/regional fair63 in Youth Poultry and show ................. the state. We must work as a team in order to accomplish this. Pitt County Livestock shows ...................... 63 We have brought the Pitt County American Legion Fair to you. Now, YOU, the community, and Eastern North Carolina region citizens must do your part by participating in the Exhibit Hall, the contests, and attendance at the various FREE shows.

Review all of the volumes of Department Class Listings in our Tabloid. There’s something for everyone. If you have never entered an exhibit item, enter one this year. Encourage your friends and neighbors to participate. Its lots of fun. Pay close attention to our advertising businesses that helped to support getting this information to you at no cost to you. Thank them and give them your support. In addition to all the exciting attractions, our fair management team provides FREE PARKING each and every day of our fair art by Frank Rehm week (September 21 – Cover September 26). Parking along the highway is prohibited. So bring your children, friends, and neighPageAnnual 3 bors to our 101st Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair. Don’t miss out on the most exciting event of the year. Please join us on the Midway. I look forward to seeing you there as TIME KEEPS TICKING at the Pitt County American Legion Ken Ross Fair Manager

Car Load Tuesday September ONLY $ per car load Maximum six passengers

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FAIR MANAGER’S MESSAGE

CELEBRATING 101 YEARS OF AGRICULTURAL FUN We’re celebrating 101 years at the Pitt County Fair. Through all the sweat and tears we have made plans with care.

KEN ROSS

There’s lots of new contests in store for daily family fun. New FREE acts to enjoy. Yes, there’s something for everyone.

Messagefrom fromthe theFair FairManager Manager Message Welcome another great year theat Pitt American leWelcometoback to another greatatyear theCounty Pitt County gion Agricultural Fair. Unfortunate;y, we had to cancel; out 2020 American Legion Agricultural Unfortunately, we had to Fair due to COVID-19; but weFair. are planning an even better event. cancel our 2020 Fair due to Covid-19; but we are planning an Our fair theme this year, “CELEBRATING 101 YEARS OF AGRICULeven better event for 2022. TURAL FUN.”this setsyear, the “MAKING tone for the exciting things thetone fair staff Our theme MEMORIES” sets the has in store for you at the 101st Annual Pitt County American for the exciting things the fair staff has in store for you at the Legion Agricultural Fair. We are excited about our upcoming 102nd Annual Pitt County Fair. We are extremely excited about fair and the return of Powers Great American Midways for your enjoyment and Corky and Great Debbie Powers join our upcoming fairentertainment. and the return of Powers American us in the for excitement of providing one of the mostTheir modern midMidways your enjoyment and entertainment. midway ways in the fair business. Their midway consists of 35 thrilling consists of 35 thrilling rides, exciting games, and a variety rides, exciting games, and a variety of food and beverage opof food and beverage opportunities. Once again, they rides are with portunities. Once again, they are bringing some new them. You donew not want to miss this fabulous Midway this year. bringing some rides with them. You do not want to miss Please join usMidway in welcoming them to Greenville. this fabulous this year. Please join us in welcoming them to Greenville. We have worked very hard to “build” an exciting fair for you have Along worked awfully hard entertainment, to “build” a fun-filled, toWe enjoy. with our FREE we areexciting offering fair for you and your family to enjoy. Along with you a chance to be a ROCK STAR for one night. our For FREE the fourth year, we are introducing our Pitt County Fairto Rock entertainment, we are offering you a chance be aStars. ROCKThis is your chance to make your dreams come true by being a STAR STAR for one night. For the sixth year, we are introducing our on stage at our Karaoke Event. Come join the fun on Thursday Pitt County Fair Rock night, September 23Stars. at 7:00This pm.is your chance to make your dreams come true by being a STAR on stage at our Karaoke My goal is to continue the best Event. Come join the fun to onhave Thursday night,local/regional September 22fair at in the state. We must work as a team in order to accomplish this. 7:00 pm. We have brought the Pitt County American Legion Fair to you. My goal is the to continue to have best local/regional fair in Now, YOU, community, andthe Eastern North Carolina region the state. We must work as a team in order to accomplish this. citizens must do your part by participating in the Exhibit Hall, thehave contests, andthe attendance at the variousLegion FREE shows. We brought Pitt County American Agricultural Fair to you. Now, you, the community, and Eastern North Review all of the volumes of Department Class Listings in our Carolina citizens must do part by participating Tabloid. region There’s something foryour everyone. If you have in never the Exhibit Hall, the contests, and attendance at various your entered an exhibit item, enter one this year. the Encourage friends and neighbors to participate. Its lots of fun. FREE shows.

Review all the volumes of Department Class Listings in our Pay close attention to our advertising businesses that helped to Magazine. Therethis is something fortoeveryone. youtohave support getting information you at no If cost you.never Thank entered an exhibit item, enter one this year. Encourage your them and give them your support. In addition to all the exciting attractions, our friends and neighbors to participate. Its lots of fair fun.management team provides FREE to PARKING each and every day of helped our fair Pay close attention our advertising businesses that week (September 21 – September 26). Parking along the highto support getting this information to you at no cost to you. way is prohibited. So bring your children, friends, and neighThank them give themPitt your support. bors to our and 101st Annual County American Legion Agricultural Fair. Don’t miss on theattractions, most exciting In addition to all theout exciting our event fair of the year. Please join usteam on the Midway. I look forward to seeing management provides FREE PARKING every day ofyou ourthere as TIME KEEPS TICKING at the Pitt County American Legion fair week (September 20-25. 2022). Parking along the highway isKen prohibited. So, bring your children, friends, and neighbors Ross Fair to ourManager 102nd Annual Pitt County Fair. Do not miss out on the most exciting event of the year. Please join us on the Midway. After a stressful year of being isolated, it is time to have some FAMILY FUN. Page 4 I look forward to seeing you there as YOU ARE MAKING MEMORIES at the Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair. Ken Ross

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Powers is bringing new rides for excitement on the Midway. He does this with pride to give your family a fun day.

Daily Admission--$8.00 Children 4 and under FREE Join in the Scavenger Hunt and Games. Win some neat prizes, and claim the fame. Fairground Rules Also, enjoy Nosome gangsurprises. colors

Nocelebrating laser pointers We’re a hugeallowed event with the fair sounds and sights. Noall alcoholic beverages or drugs You’ll be glad you spent No concealed weapons a day filled with excitement and delight. No pets

Yes,101 years have passed No Bandanas and it is true. NoOld Backpacks or last, Large Purses things don’t But we will always provide the BEST FAIR for YOU.

Anyone displaying unruly conduct ----By Phyllis Rosson the fairgrounds will be escorted off the fairgrounds and not allowed to return. Shoes and shirts must be worn at all times

ILLNESS PREVENTION 1. No attendance if known to be ill or if experiencing or displaying any symptoms of illness, including: Cough, Chills, Fever, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Muscle pain, Sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, etc. Car Load

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2. Social Distancing, all$must to guidelines as provided by peradhere car load state and local government Exceptions are allowed for Maximumagencies. six passengers family members living in same household. 3. Masks are encouraged but not provided by the Pitt County Fair. 4. Hand Washing is encouraged. Hand Sanitizers and Hand Washing Stations are provided.

PARTICIPATION IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. If you are unsure or have concerns, please do not attend.


Registration and Rules REGISTRATION An exhibitor number will be used throughout all departments. Pick up your exhibitor number at the registration desk before going to individual departments. Entries accepted Friday, September 1 :00-8:00 pm and Saturday, September from :00 am– :00 pm and Sunday, September 1 from 2 pm - 5 pm. Exhibits will be released Monday, September 2 from 3 pm 0 pm. Premium checks will be issued at this time. Livestock will be released Sunday, September 2 from 3 pm– 6:30 pm. RULES The following rules and regulations shall be followed by each exhibitor. Special department rules take precedence over general rules if there is a conflict. 1. The Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair is not responsible for loss, injury, theft or damage. 2. In the event of severe weather which may cause a decrease in attendance and gate receipts, fair management reserves the right to award prizes at 50% of the listed premiums. 3. Management may close the fair any time it is necessary. 4. All youth entering an exhibit will receive an award. 5. Previously entered items are not acceptable. 6. All protests must be in writing and will be considered by fair management and this decision will be final. 7. Exhibitors must reside in North Carolina. 8. Only one entry per class per person will be accepted.

Premiums will be paid for Exhibit Hall winners on Monday, September 2 , 3: 0- :30 p.m. No premiums will be paid after 60 days. Deteriorating produce will be discarded. Inappropriate or unsafe behavior will not be tolerated. The fair reserves the right to expel any person from the grounds. Decisions of the judges will be final. No exhibitor shall be within hearing distance of any judge during judging exhibits. Violation of this rule may disqualify any exhibitors. The Fair shall not be liable for typographical errors in the Premium Catalog. The Fair may refuse to exhibit any work deemed offensive or inappropriate. Pets are not allowed on fair ground property. Outdoor events do not have rain dates and may be cancelled because of inclement weather. No food or drink shall be allowed in Exhibit Hall or livestock areas. One Youth and one Adult winner will be selected from “Best in Show” to represent Pitt County at the NC State Fair in Raleigh October 1 -2 . Entries will be entered for a$1,000 Grand Prize at the State Fair.

MEGA PASS: Admission plus Wristband $4 .00 Purchase online (www.pittfair.org) for $ 5.00 until 8:00 AM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 During Fair Week you can still buy wristbands and admission for the full price of $ .00. Credit Cards are ONLY ACCEPTED ONLINE and not at the gate or Powers Ticket Booths. MIDWAY RIDE WRISTBANDS are good until closing and are for sale inside the gate on the Midway TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY for $3 .00 each, or you may purchase ride tickets for an individual ride.

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202 PITT COUNTY FAIR ENTERTAINMENT SEPTEMBER 2 -2 , 202 Alan Sands-------------Hypnotist/Magician-----------Daily (Midway Stage) Marc Dobson---------One Man Band------------------Daily (Midway Stage) Amanda S Productions..............................................................Daily Dakota and Friends-----Dinosaur Road Show------- Daily High Rollers(Antique Bicycles)......Daily (Commercial Building) Aamanda S Productions-------------Daily Rides.........................................................................Daily Barnyard Helicopter Cackle Review----------- Daily High Rollers (Antique Bicycles)---------------------Daily (Commercial Building) Mechanical Bull..........................................................................Daily Mechanical Bull----------------------------------------- Daily Ember Fire Arts..........................................................................Daily FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 Exhibit Hall Opens for Entries---------5:00 – 8:00 PM

JANIS GALLAGHER, Keynote Speaker Pitt County Manager Tuesday, September 20 – 5:15pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 Exhibit Hall Opens for Entries---------9:00 AM-6:00 PM,

MEGAS PASS: Admission plus Wristband...................$43 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 Exhibit Hall Opens for Entries-----------2:00 -5:30 PM for $35 Purchase online (www,pittfair.org) (Baked Goods) until 8:00 AM Tuesday, September 20 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 2021 Exhibit Hall Closed for Judging

JOSH DOBSON, Commissioner of Labor, NC State Wednesday, September 21st Thank You for Your Support to the Pitt County Fair

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2022

Exhibts will be released Monday, September 27...3:30- 6:30 PM

Exhibit Hall Opens for Entries...............................................................6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Tuesday, September 21, 202117, 2022 Exhibit Hall opens for Entries...............................................................10:00 AM -NEWSPAPER 5:00 PM THE DAILY REFLECTOR FAMILY NIGHT--$2 OFF WITH COUPON FROM THE Opening Ceremony (Pavilion) --Henry Hinton-Emcee-----------------------5:00 PM SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2022 Exhibit Hall opens for Entries..............................................................2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Gates & Exhibit Hall Open---------------------------------5:30 PM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 Midway Opens-----------------------------------------------5:30 PM Exhibit Hall Closed for Judging Black Jack Quartet ------------------------------------------6:30 PM (Betty Sue and Elvy Forrest Pavilion) Exhibits will be released Monday, September 26...............................3:30 PM - 5:30 PM Vessels of Mercy Quartet-----------------------------------7:00 PM Cake Auction-------------------------------------------------7:30 PM (Exhibit Hall) Children’s Barnyard Closes--------------------------------9:00 PM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,Pm 2022 Exhibit Hall Closes------------------------------------------9:00 THE DAILY REFLECTOR FAMILY NIGHT $2 OFF WITH COUPON FROM THE NEWSPAPER Commercial Building Closes------------------------------10:45 PM CAR LOAD ADMISSION-----$75.00 PER CAR UP TO 6 PASSENGERS (INCLUDES ADMISSION AND WRISTBANDS FOR ONLY 6 PASSENGERS ----- CANNOT BE IN SEPARATE CARS!!! OFFERED TODAY ONLY!!! Wednesday, September 18, 2019 “SENIOR DAY”--------1:00-6:00 PM Official Fair Opening CeremonyCITIZENS (Pavilion).......... Henry Hinton.........Emcee..............................5:00 PM Seniors (Age 55 +) Admitted Free-----------------------1:00-6:00 PM Keynote Speaker.........................................................Janis Gallagher.................................................5:15 PM Cyrus Taylor---------------------------------------------------2:00 PM Gates & Exhibit Hall Opens..................................................................................................................5:30 PM Midway Opens........................................................................................................................................6:00PM Gates & Exhibit Hall Open---------------------------------4:00 PM Adult Cake Auction (Exhibit Hall)......................................................................................................7:30 PM Midway Opens-----------------------------------------------5:00 PM Children’s Closes ..................................................................................................................9:00 PM Tim Barnyard Wilson---------------------------------------------------7:00 PM ExhibitMarye Hall Closes.................................................................................................................................9:00 PM Amanda McDaniel----------------------------------8:00 PM Fireworks-----------------------------------------------------9:00 PM Children’s Barnyard Closes--------------------------------9:00 PM Exhibit Hall Closes-------------------------------------------9:00 PM Commercial Building Closes..............................................................................................................10:45 PM Commercial Building Closes-----------------------------10:45 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2022

“SENIOR CITIZENS” Thursday, September 19, 2019 (Age 55+) Admitted Free......................................................................................1:00 PM -TO 6:00 PM SPECIALSeniors NEEDS DAY FOR STUDENTS K-12 WITH SUPERVISING TEACHERS—9:00 AM NOON Cyrus Taylor............................................................................................................................................2:00 PM PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED Gates and Exhibit Hall Opens..............................................................................................................4:00 PM Note: See Registration form on page 11. PM Page 6 Midway Opens.......................................................................................................................................5:00 GATES OPEN FOR GENERAL PUBLIC AT 4:00 PM Children’s Barnyard Closes...................................................................................................................9:00 PM Exhibit Hall Closes.................................................................................................................................9:00 PM Commercial Building Closes..............................................................................................................10:45 PM

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202 PITT COUNTY FAIR ENTERTAINMENT SEPTEMBER 2 -2 , 202 Alan Sands-------------Hypnotist/Magician-----------Daily (Midway Stage) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 Stage) Marc Dobson---------One Man Band------------------Daily (Midway SPECIAL NEEDS DAY FOR STUDENTS K-12 Road WITH SUPERVISING Dakota and Friends-----Dinosaur Show------Daily TEACHERS.................. 9:00AM TO NOON PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED Aamanda S Productions-------------Daily Barnyard Cackle Review----------- Daily Note: See Registration form on page 11. High Rollers (Antique Bicycles)---------------------- Daily (Commercial Building) GATES OPEN FOR GENERAL PUBLIC Mechanical Bull----------------------------------------Daily AT 4:00PM

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 COLLEGE NIGHT Exhibit Hall Opens for Entries---------5:00 – 8:00 PM

COLLEGE STUDENTS RECEIVE $2.00 DISCOUNT WITH STUDENT ID Gates and Exhibit Hall Open…………….................…………………………………………….4:00 PM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 Midway Opens………………………………………..................……………………………......5:00 PM Exhibit Hall Opens for Entries---------9:00 AM-6:00 PM, Pitt County Fairs Rock Stars (Karoke)...…………………...................................……....7:00 PM-8:00 PM Children's Barnyard Close………………………………………………..........................………9:00 PM SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 Exhibit Hall Closes................................................................................................................................9:00 PM Exhibit Hall Opens for Entries-----------2:00 -5:30 PM Commercial Building Closes..............................................................................................................10:45 PM (Baked Goods) MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 2021 Exhibit Hall Closed for Judging

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2022

PRE-SCHOOLERS DAY FOR STUDENTS AGES 4-5 WITH SUPERVISING TEACHERS-------------------9:OOAM TO NOON Exhibts be released Monday, September 27...3:306:30 PM PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. NOTE: SEE will REGISTRATION FORM ON PAGE 11. RIDES WILL NOT BE OPEN! NO STROLLERS PLEASE!!! Tuesday, 2021 AT 4:OOPM GATES OPEN FORSeptember GENERAL21, PUBLIC THE DAILY REFLECTOR FAMILY NIGHT--$2 OFF WITH COUPON FROM THE NEWSPAPER Gates and Exhibit Halls Open.. .. ........................................................................................................4:00 PM Opening Ceremony (Pavilion) --Henry Hinton-Emcee-----------------------5:00 PM Midway Opens.......................................................................................................................................5:00 PM Gates & Exhibit Hall Open---------------------------------5:30 PM Right Turn..............………………………………….......................................…………………....7:00 PM Midway Opens-----------------------------------------------5:30 PM Children's Barnyard Closes..................................................................................................................9:00 PM ExhibitBlack Hall Closes………………………………….......................................…………………....9:00 Jack Quartet ------------------------------------------6:30 PM (Betty Sue and Elvy Forrest PM Pavilion) Commercial Closes……………………........................................……………………...10:45PM VesselsBuilding of Mercy Quartet-----------------------------------7:00 PM Cake Auction-------------------------------------------------7:30 PM (Exhibit Hall) Children’s Barnyard Closes--------------------------------9:00 PM Exhibit Hall Closes------------------------------------------9:00 Pm SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2022 Commercial Building Closes------------------------------10:45 PM Gates and Exhibits Halls Open..... ….........................................………....………………………..1:00 PM Midway Opens…...................................................................................................................................2:00 PM Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Mary Amanda McDaniel......................................................................................................................7:00 PM “SENIOR CITIZENS DAY”--------1:00-6:00 PM Children’s Barnyard Closes...................................................................................................................9:00 PM (Age ................................................................................................................................9:00 55 +) Admitted Free-----------------------1:00-6:00 PM ExhibitSeniors Hall Closes PM Cyrus Taylor---------------------------------------------------2:00 PM Commercial Building Closes.... . . . . . . . . . . ……………...................................………………...10:45 PM Gates & Exhibit Hall Open---------------------------------4:00 PM Midway Opens-----------------------------------------------5:00 PM Tim Wilson---------------------------------------------------7:00 PM SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2022 Marye Amanda McDaniel----------------------------------8:00 PMLAST DAY $2.00 DISCOUNT WITH CHURCH BULLETIN Fireworks-----------------------------------------------------9:00 PM Gates and ExhibitBarnyard Halls Open..............................................................................................................1:00 PM Children’s Closes--------------------------------9:00 PM Midway opens…………………………………………………………...........…………………. 2:00 PM Exhibit Hall Closes-------------------------------------------9:00 PM Children’s Barnyard Closes.................................................................................................................. 7 :30PM Building Closes-----------------------------10:45 ExhibitCommercial Hall....…………………………………………….............................................…………...7:30 PM

Commercial Building Closes.................................................................................................................7:45PM Thursday, September 19, 2019 SPECIAL NEEDS DAY FOR STUDENTS K-12 WITH SUPERVISING TEACHERS—9:00 AM TO NOON PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022 Note:Hall See Open Registration formRemoval on page 3:30-5:30 11. Exhibit for Exhibit PM Page 6 NOTE: Exhibit may GATES OPEN FOR GENERAL PUBLIC AT 4:00 PM will be paid for winning be removed from Main Exhibit Hall Monday. Premiums exhibits on site 3:30-5:30PM No premiums will be paid after 60 days. BOOTHS MY BE REMOVED 3:00-5:30 PM OR CONTACT MANAGEMENT FOR TIME CHANGE

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Pre-Registration Official Entry Form Print or Type Mail to

Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair PO Box 1293, Greenville, NC 27835 or FAX 252.758.2880 No later 2019 No laterthan thanSeptember September10, 9, 2022

(Your entry form and tags will be available when your entry is submitted)

DO NOT USE THIS SPACE Name:

Exhibitors No.

Mailing Address:

_____________________

City:

State: NC

Phone: H:

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Zip:

E-Mail:

Total Premiums

School (Youth):

1 entry/category for judging Signature: Dept

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Class

Entry Tag No.

Description of Article (Use wording in Premium List)

Do Not Use These Spaces

I hereby agree to abide by all rules and regulations of the Pitt County Fair Signature __________________________ Parent/Guardian's Signature BEST OF SHOW CONSIDERATION: If my entry is chosen 1st place at the Pitt County Fair, I agree that it may be entered in competition for Best of Show for the NC State Fair 202 County Fair Showcase exhibit. Signature __________________________

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(Must be signed to be considered for Best of Show)


Pre-Registration Special Needs Students and Pre-Schoolers Print or Type Mail to

Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair PO Box 1293, Greenville, NC 27835 or FAX 252.758.2880 No later thanthan Tuesday, September , 2019 no later No later September 20, 2022 no later thanthan 8:008:00 am am Teachers of special needs students and preschoolers must preregister to attend the Pitt County Fair. Special Needs Day is Thursday, September 2 . Preschool Day is Friday, September 2 . Preregistration form will also be on the website at www.pittfair.org. The gates are open from 9:00 am to noon both days for students. Gates for general public open at 4:00 pm. Only classes with teachers are admitted free. Parents/adults bringing children are admitted when gates open at 4:00 pm for general public. Rides will not be open. For class please write special needs or preschool. PREREGISTRATION FORM: School: Principal: Address: Class: Special Needs or Preschool: Teacher: Teacher’s Assistant(s): Number of Students: NOTES:

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Department A Vocational Technical Education Director: Mary-Anne Brannon Exhibits may be set up on Friday, September or Saturday, September 1 . (If earlier time is needed contact director.) Entries will close on September th. The purpose of these exhibits is to demonstrate the type of programs conducted through schools. The displays will portray many facets of the programs today and will be erected by the organizations members with assistance from designated adult volunteers. Students must be accompanied by adult. Entries must be made to Mary Anne Brannon.

1st $150

Premiums 2nd $125 3rd $100 All others of credible quality $75

A SPECIAL THANK YOU FOR YOUR SPONSORSHIP FOR THE PITT COUNTY AMERICAN LEGION AGRICULTURAL FAIR ALLIANCE ONE INTERNATIONAL POWERS GREAT AMERICAN MIDWAYS DON BROWN’S FUNERAL HOME KRISPY KREME WALMART

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Department B Youth Organizations Premiums 1st $150 2nd $125 3rd $100 All others of credible quality $75

Director: Ms. Lauren Dail, Pitt County Extension Agent 252.902.1710 lsdail2@ncsu.edu 403 Government Circle, Suite 2, Greenville NC, 27834 Deadline to sign up is September , 5 pm. Setup is September 1 , 10am-5pm.

4-H Club Division These exhibits will emphasize the economic, social, physical and recreational growth and development of boys and girls enrolled in 4-H. Only currently established and active 4-H club groups may exhibit an educational entry. (Five 4-H club members are identified as an organized group of youth ages 5-19 with officers and a planned program that is carried on throughout all or several months of the year.) Pre-registration is required. Each club unit must be registered and recognized as an active 4-H Club unit for the current year. Exhibits may be entered on Saturday September 1 , 10:00-5 pm. All exhibits should be dismantled on Monday September 2 by 5 pm. Other Youth Organizations Division - Call Lauren Dail or Mary-Anne Brannon These exhibits will emphasize the economic, social, physical and recreational growth and development of boys and girls enrolled in other non-profit community youth organizations. These non-school community youth organizations must meet regularly. The youth enrolled in these groups may not exceed the age of eighteen and must be assisted and supervised by adult volunteers.

All exhibits should be dismantled on Monday September 2 by 5 pm.

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Department B Youth Organizations Director: Mr. Andy Burlingham, Show Superintendent 252.902.1703

All Classes:

Premiums Division Champion: $50 and Ribbon Division Reserve Champion: $25 and Ribbon 2nd- $15, 3rd-$10, 4th-$8, 1st-$20,

5th- $5

4-H Livestock Wednesday, September 2 , 6:30 PM Entry deadline: September 1 Entry Forms: http://pitt.ces.ncsu.edu This show is open to only Pitt County 4-Hers, 5 to 18 years of age on day of show. Exhibitors may enter two animals per division. All animals must be owned or cared for by exhibitor for 45 days prior to show. Divisions: Market Goat Market Lamb Breeding Meat Doe Breeding Ewe Dairy Doe Market Hog Classes may be further divided depending on number of entries. There will be three divisions of showmanship for each species: 5-8, 9-14, 15-18 Each pre registered exhibitor will receive one armband plus two parent armbands at the gate. If there is more than one exhibitor per family, each additional exhibitor will get an armband. There will still only be two parent armbands per family. Pitt County Fair and the Pitt County Youth Livestock Committee will not be responsible for any damages, death, injury, or loss of property incurred by or to any exhibitor or their animal.

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Department B Youth Organizations Director: Mr. Andy Burlingham, Show Superintendent 252.902.1703

Showmanship:

Premiums Grand Champion: $100 and Ribbon Reserve Champion: $75 and Ribbon 1st-$30, 2nd- $25, 3rd-$20,

4th-$18,

5th- $15

b. Goat Show Sunday, September 2 , 2:00 PM Weigh-in from 12:00 – 1:30 PM Entry deadline: September 1 Entry Forms: http://pitt.ces.ncsu.edu This show is open to all North Carolina residents five to eighteen years of age on January 1, 202 . Open to doe or wether goats weighing at least 35Lbs. All goats must have baby teeth in place at the time of show. Goats must be owned or cared for by the exhibitor for at least 45 days prior to the show. Exhibitors may enter two animals in this show. All animals must meet North Carolina health requirements. All lambs must have an official scrapie tag. Market classes will be divided by weight. Show management reserves the right to rearrange classes as needed. The Pitt County Fair and the Pitt County Youth Livestock Committee will not be responsible for any damages, death, injury, or loss of property incurred by or to any exhibitor or their animal. This show is part of the Eastern Carolina Goat Showmanship Circuit. Entries are due by September 1 . $10 per head will be charged for all late entries. Each pre -registered exhibitor will receive one armband plus two parent armbands at the gate. If there is more than one exhibitor per family, each additional exhibitor will get an armband. There will still only be two parent armbands per family. Showmanship competition will be divided into three age categories: Novice 8 years of age and under, Jr 9-13 years of age, and Sr 14-18 years of age. The lamb shown in showmanship must be officially entered in the Pitt County Fair and can only be shown by the individual on the entry form. Abuse of animals will not be tolerated and can result in disqualification from the show. Goats must be shown with all four feet on the ground. Ring stewards will warn once of any violation and further violation will result in disqualification.

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Department B Youth Organizations Director: Mr. Andy Burlingham, Show Superintendent 252.902.1703

Showmanship:

Premiums Grand Champion: $100 and Ribbon Reserve Champion: $75 and Ribbon 2nd- $25, 3rd-$20, 1st-$30,

4th-$18,

5th- $15

Heifer Tuesday, September 2 , 6:30 PM Entry deadline: September 1 Entry Forms: http://pitt.ces.ncsu.edu This show is open to all North Carolina residents nine to eighteen years of age on January 1, 202 . All polled breeds of cattle are eligible. Heifers must be owned or cared for by the exhibitor for at least 60 days prior to the show. Heifers must be halter broken. Exhibitors with unruly animals may be asked to leave the show ring. Exhibitors may enter two animals in this show. All animals must meet North Carolina health requirements. Heifers eligible for this show must be born between September 1, 201 and April 30, 202 . Heifers will be broken into classes of similar ages. (The show committee reserves the right to rearrange classes.) The Pitt County Fair and the Pitt County Youth Livestock Committee will not be responsible for any damages, death, injury, or loss of property incurred by or to any exhibitor or their animal. This show is part of the Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit. Entries are due by September 1 . $10 per head will be charged for all late entries. Each pre -registered exhibitor will receive one armband plus two parent armbands at the gate. If there is more than one exhibitor per family, each additional exhibitor will get an armband. There will still only be two parent armbands per family. Showmanship competition will be divided into three age categories: 9-11 years of age, 15 years of age, 15-18 years of age. The heifer shown in showmanship must be officially entered in the Pitt County Fair and can only be shown by the individual on the entry form.

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Department B Youth Organizations Director: Mr. Andy Burlingham, Show Superintendent 252.902.1703

Showmanship:

Premiums Grand Champion: $100 and Ribbon Reserve Champion: $75 and Ribbon st 2nd- $25, 3rd- $20, 1 - $30,

4th- $18,

5th- $15

Lamb Thursday, September 2 , 6:30 PM Weigh-in from 4:30-6:00 PM Entry deadline: September 1 Entry Forms: http://pitt.ces.ncsu.edu This show is open to all North Carolina residents five to eighteen years of age on January 1, 202 . Open to ewe or wether Lambs weighing at least 80Lbs. All lambs must have baby teeth in place at the time of show. Goats must be owned or cared for by the exhibitor for at least 45 days prior to the show. All lambs must be slick shorn. Exhibitors may enter two animals in this show. All animals must meet North Carolina health requirements. All lambs must have an official scrapie tag. Market classes will be divided by weight. Show management reserves the right to rearrange classes as needed. The Pitt County Fair and the Pitt County Youth Livestock Committee will not be responsible for any damages, death, injury, or loss of property incurred by or to any exhibitor or their animal. This show is part of the Eastern Carolina Goat Showmanship Circuit. Entries are due by September 1 . $10 per head will be charged for all late entries. Each pre -registered exhibitor will receive one armband plus two parent armbands at the gate. If there is more than one exhibitor per family, each additional exhibitor will get an armband. There will still only be two parent armbands per family. Showmanship competition will be divided into three age categories: Novice 8 years of age and under, Jr 9-13 years of age, and Sr 14-18 years of age. The lamb shown in showmanship must be officially entered in the Pitt County Fair and can only be shown by the individual on the entry form. Abuse of animals will not be tolerated and can result in disqualification from the show. Lambs must be shown with all four feet on the ground. Ring stewards will warn once of any violation and further violation will result in disqualification.

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Department B Youth Organizations Director: Mr. Andy Burlingham, Show Superintendent 252.902.1703

Showmanship:

Premiums Best of Show $20 and Ribbon Grand Champion: $20 and Ribbon Reserve Champion: $15 and Ribbon st 1 - $10, 2nd- $8, 3rd- $5,

4th- $3,

5th- $1

Poultry Saturday, September 2 , 10:00 AM Weigh-in from 2:00 PM Entry deadline: September 1 Entry Forms: http://pitt.ces.ncsu.edu This show is open to all North Carolina residents 9 to 18 years of age on January 1, 202 . Exhibitors may enter a total of four birds in the poultry show. All poultry not current on inspection must be brought to the fairground between 1- 4 PM on Tuesday September for inspection by NCDA. All animals must be owned by exhibitor for 60 days prior to show. All poultry must be at least 4 months of age. Poultry Divisions: Large Breeds: Cocks, Hens, Cockerels, and Pullets Bantams: Cocks, Hens, Cockerels, and Pullets Cocks and Hens are older than 12 months. Cockerels and Pullets less than 12 months of age Classes may be further divided on breed classification depending on number of entries. There will be four divisions of showmanship: 4-6, 7-10, 11-14, 15-18 Each pre -registered exhibitor will receive one armband plus two parent armbands at the gate. If there is more than one exhibitor per family, each additional exhibitor will get an armband. There will still only be two parent armbands per family. The Pitt County Fair and the Pitt County Youth Livestock Committee will not be responsible for any damages, death, injury, or loss of property incurred by or to any exhibitor or their animal.

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Department B Youth Organizations Director: Mr. Andy Burlingham, Show Superintendent 252.902.1703 Premiums Best of Show $20 and Ribbon Grand Champion: $20 and Ribbon Reserve Champion: $15 and Ribbon Showmanship:

Rabbit

1st- $10,

2nd- $8,

3rd- $5,

4th- $3,

5th- $1

Saturday, September 2 , 2:00 PM Weigh-in from 2:00 PM Entry deadline: September 1 Entry Forms: http://pitt.ces.ncsu.edu This show is open to all North Carolina residents 9 to 18 years of age on January 1, 202 . Exhibitors may enter a total of four rabbits in the show. All animals must be owned by exhibitor for 60 days prior to show. All rabbits must be at least 4 months of age. Rabbit Divisions: Dwarf breeds: Bucks, Does Standard Breeds: Bucks, Does Giant Breeds: Bucks, Does Classes may be further divided on breed classification depending on number of entries. There will be four divisions of showmanship: 4-6, 7-10, 11-14, 15-18 Each pre -registered exhibitor will receive one armband plus two parent armbands at the gate. If there is more than one exhibitor per family, each additional exhibitor will get an armband. There will still only be two parent armbands per family. The Pitt County Fair and the Pitt County Youth Livestock Committee will not be responsible for any damages, death, injury, or loss of property incurred by or to any exhibitor or their animal.

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Department C Civic & Community Organizations Division Director: Ms. Marty Bullock Civic & Community Organizations Rules & Regulations 1. These exhibits will emphasize the economic, social, physical and recreational growth and development of various civic and community groups/departments/ services. 2. These non-school, non-commercial, community organizations must meet regularly as prescribed by their parent organizations and be in good standing. 3. All non-winning receive $75.

1st 2nd 3rd

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Premiums

$150 $125 $100


Department D Food Conservation Director: Latisha Stanley Food Conservation Rules and Regulations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No jars will be opened. Contents will be judged on visual inspection. Unless entry is of good quality, no premium or ribbons will be awarded. A premium or ribbon will not be awarded to any entry that is determined to be unsafe by visual observation. All products must be processed according to recognized USDA methods. All youth ages 9-18 years of age will receive a ribbon. All entries must have been prepared by the exhibitor within the last calendar year. 1st $4

1.

3rd $2

Adult Division—Jars (Pint or 1/2 Pint) D-1

Apples (whole or sliced)

D-11 Field Peas

D-2

Peaches

D-12 Potatoes

D-3

Pears

D-13 Pepper

D-4

All Other Fruit

D-14 Any Other Vegetable

D-5

Beets

D-15 Tomatoes (whole)

D-6

String Beans

D-16 Tomatoes (quarter)

D-7

Butter Beans

D-17 Tomatoes (stewed)

D-8

Carrots

D-18 Honey with Honeycomb

D-9

Corn

D-19 Honey without Honeycomb

D-10 Okra

2.

Premiums 2nd $3

D-20 Other Vegetables

Adult Division—Jellies, Jam and Preserves - Standard Half Pint or Pint Jars D-21

Apple Jelly

D-26

Any Jam

D-22

Grape Jelly

D-27

Strawberry Preserves

D-23

Peach Jelly

D-28

Peach Preserves

D-24

Pepper Jelly

D-29

Pear Preserves

D-25

Any Other Jelly

D-30

Grape Preserves

D-31

Any Other Preserves

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Department D Food Conservation (Cont’d) 3.

—Pickles and Relishes - Standard Half Pint, Pint or Quart Jars D-32

Beets

D-39

Pickled Onion

D-33

Bread and Butter

D-40

Any Other

D-34

Sweet Cucumber

D-41

Pickle Relish

D-35

Dill Cucumber

D-42

Pepper Relish

D-36

Okra

D-43

Salsa

D-37

Watermelon Pickle

D-44

Spaghetti Sauce

D-38

Pickle Peach

D-45 D-46

Chili or Other Sauce Pepper Vinegar

4.

—Canned Fruits and Vegetables—Standard Pint or Quart Jars Children 9-18 D-

Any Fruit

D-

Sweet Pickles

D-

String Beans

D-

Dill Pickles

D-

Tomatoes (any)

D-

Any Other Any

D-

Any Other Vegetables

D-

Relish

D-

Apple Jelly or Preserves

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Department D - Adult Prepared Foods and Cake Auction Director: Prepared Foods Rules and Regulations Adult cakes will be auctioned on Tuesday, September Proceeds from the auction will be given to

at 7:30 pm . .

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Department D Prepared Foods (Decorated Cakes Only)

1st $20

Premiums for Decorated Cakes 2nd $15 3rd $10

May use artificial cake - decorating will be judged. Decorated cakes will not be cut.

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Department D - Youth Prepared Foods (Closed due to COVID-19) Premiums 1, 2, 3 and 4 5.

Decorated Cake 1st $15

2nd $10

3rd $8

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Department E - Adult Clothing Clothing Rules and Regulations 1. 2. 3. 4.

Articles must be clean. Articles must be the work of the exhibitor. Articles are judged based on appearance, neatness of stitching and overall workmanship. All entries must have been prepared by the exhibitor within the last calendar year. 1st $5 1st $4

1.

3rd $3 3rd $2

Adult Division—Apparel Construction (Sewing) E-1

Apron

E-9

Doll Clothes

E-2

Dress

E-10

Scarves

E-3

Vest

E-11

Pocket Book

E-4

Jumper / Blouse

E-12

Toy

E-5

Any Children Clothes

E-13

Any Other

E-6

Pajamas

E-14

Pants

E-7

Lingerie

E-15

Jacket

E-8

Evening Wear

E-16

Skirt

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Premiums 1 2nd $4 All Other Premiums 2nd $3


Department E Clothing (cont’d) 1st $4 2.

Premiums 2nd $3

3rd $2

Adult Division— Crochet E-17

Afghans (one color)

E-30

Children Scarf

E-18

Baby Boots

E-31

Children Mittens

E-19

Baby Sweater or Outfit

Any Other Children Item

E-20

Baby Cap

E-32 E-33

E-21

Purse

E-34

Adult Hat

E-22

E-35

Adult Socks

E-23

Any Other Crochet Clothing Afghans Multi Color

E-36

Adult Scarf

E-24

Baby Blanket One Color

E-37

Adult Mittens

E-25

Baby Blanket Multi Color

E-38

Any Other Adult Item

E-26

Any Other Baby Item

E-39

Tablecloth

E-27

Children Sweater

E-40

Placemats

E-28

Children Hat

E-41

Any Other

E-29

Children Socks

Adult Sweater

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Department E Clothing 3.

4.

Adult Division—Knitted E-42

Afghans One-Color

E-54

Children Scarf

E-43

Afghans Multi-Color

E-55

Children Mittens

E-44

Baby Blanket One Color

E-56

Any Other Children Item

E-45

Baby Blanket Multi-Color

E-57

Adult Sweater

E-46

Baby Booties

E-58

Adult Hat

E-47

Baby Cap

E-59

Adult Socks

E-48

Baby Sweater

E-60

Adult Scarf

E-49

Baby Outfit

E-61

Adult Mittens

E-50

Any Other Baby Item

E-62

Any Other Adult Item

E-51

Children Sweater

E-63

Tablecloth

E-52

Children Hat

E-64

Placemats

E-53

Children Socks

E-65

Any Other

Adult Division—Felted E-66

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Hats

E-67

Purses

E-68

Any Other


Department E - Youth Clothing 1st $4 5.

6.

Premiums 2nd $3

3rd $2

Youth Division—Apparel and Textile Construction E-1

Apron

E-2

Pajamas

E-3 E-4

Skirt Scarf / Purse

E-5

Doll Clothes

E-6

Any Other

Youth Division—Crocheted E-7

Baby Booties / Sweater / Cap

E-8

Afghans

E-9

Baby Blanket

E-10

Any Other Baby Item

E-11

Children’s Sweater / Hat / Scarf

E-12

Children’s Socks / Mittens

E-13

Any Other for Children

E-14

Adult Sweater / Hat / Scarf

E-15

Adult Socks / Mittens

E-16

Any Other Adult Item

E-17

Tablecloth / Placemats

E-18

Any Other

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Department E Clothing (cont’d) 7.

8.

Youth Division—Knitted E-19

Afghans

E-20

Baby Blanket

E-21 E-22

Baby Booties / Cap Any Other Baby Item

E-23

Children’s Sweater

E-24

Children’s Hat / Scarf

E-25

Children's Socks / Mittens

E-26

Any Other

Youth Division—Felted E-27 E-28

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Hats / Purse Any Other


F-10

Stamped

F-11

Any Other

Department F - Adult Home Furnishings Home Furnishings Rules and Regulation

Page 29 1. Articles must be made by exhibitor. 2. Articles must be complete (wall-hangings should be finished and ready to hang, pillow tops must be on a pillow, pictures must be framed and ready to hang, etc.). 3. Limited entries may be combined for judging. 4. Criteria for this division will be design, workmanship and technique. 5. All entries must have been prepared by the exhibitor within the last calendar year. Quilt Premiums 1st $15 2nd $12 3rd $10 All Other Premiums 1st $5 2nd $4 3rd $3 1.

2.

Quilts

3.

Adult Division—Rugs and Wall Hangings

F-1

Applique

F-12

Pillows

F-2

Pieced

F-13

Rug

F-3

Stamped

F-14

Pot Holder

F-4

Mixed Techniques

F-15

Pillow Case (edged)

F-5

Heirloom (50-100 years)

F-6

Heirloom (100 years or more)

F-16 F-17

Basket (handwoven) Tablecloth/Table Runner (not sewn)

F-7

Any Other Method

F-18

Belt

Adult Division—Cross Stitch

F-19

Handbag

F-8 F-9

Original Charted

F-20

Window Treatment

F-10

Stamped

F-21 F-22

Any Other Item for Home Furniture Any Wall Hanging

F-11

Any Other

- Youth Division

4.

Youth Division

Youth Division—May be Painted or Decorated Youth Division – May be Painted F-1 Basket4.or Box F-6or Decorated Room Decor F-2 F-3 F-4 F-5

Stool F-1 Basket or Box F-2 Stool Pet Bed F-3Pot Pet Bed Blanket, Holder F-4 Blanket, Pot Holder Pot Holder F-5 Pot Holde

- Adult

F-7Décor Wall Hanging F-6 Room Rug F-7 WallF-8 Hanging F-8 RugF-9 Doll House Furnature F-9 Doll House Furniture

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Department G - Adult Crafts Director: Cynthia Cox Crafts Rules and Regulations 1. 2. 3.

Articles must be the work of the exhibitor. Articles are judged based on appearance, neatness and overall workmanship. All entries must have been prepared by the exhibitor within the last calendar year. Premiums 1st $6 2nd $5 3rd $4

1.

Adult Division—Decorative Crafts

2.

3.

G-1

Glazed Ceramics

G-13

Scrapbook Page

G-2

Unglazed Ceramics

G-14

Scrapbook (Whole Book)

G-3

Pottery

G-15

Christmas Decoration

G-4

Any Leatherwork

G-16

Necklace

G-5

Any Metalwork

G-17

Bracelet

G-6

Paper Mache

G-18

Earrings

G-7

Toy

G-19

Painted Glass

G-8

Wood Plaque (Enhanced)

G-20

Painted Flower Pot

G-9

Stool/Bench (Enhanced)

G-21

Decorated Shoes or T-Shirt

G-10

Refrigerator Magnet

G-22

Miniature Room

G-11

Decorated Box or Basket

G-23

Miniature Item

G-12

Picture Frame

G-24

Any Other

Adult Division—Wreaths G-25

Holiday

G-27

Special Occasion

G-26

Seasonal

G-28

Any Other

Adult Division—Wood Carving/Wood Working (All Created by Exhibitor) G-29

Figurine

G-31

Stool

G-30

Toy

G-32

Trays and Plaques

G-33

Any Other

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Department G - Youth Crafts Directors: Ms. Connie Minor 1st $4 G-1 G-2 G-3 G-4 5.

Premiums 2nd $3

3rd $2

Christmas Craft Jewelry

G-5

Popsicle Stick

G-6

Pipe Cleaner

Mask Magnet

G-7

Miscellaneous

Youth Division - 4 Categories - Ages 5-7, 8-9, 10-12 and 13-17 G-8

Bird / Bug

G-20

Metal Work

G-9

Box (Decorated)

G-21

Miniature Item

G-10

Christmas (Holidays)

G-22

Mobile

G-11

Decorated Clothing Items

G-23

G-12

Doll

G-13

Flower

G-24 G-25

G-14

Foam Craft

G-26

Pottery Puppet Sand Art Scrapbook or Page

G-15

Hand Painted

G-27

Sun Catchers

G-16

Jewelry

G-28

Toy

G-17

Leather Work

G-29

Wall Hangings

G- 18

Magnet

G-30

Any Other

G-19

Mask

G-31

Christmas Seasonal

G-32 G-33 G-34

Holiday Any Other

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Department H - Adult Art Directors: Art Rules and Regulations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

All hanging artwork must be secured with wire for hanging. No saw-tooth hangers allowed. Artwork must be at least 4”x6” and no larger than 26” in any direction. Competition is limited to amateur artists only. Articles are judged based on appearance, neatness and overall quality. All entries must have been prepared by the exhibitor within the last calendar year. 1st $5

1.

2.

H-1

Drawing - Any Medium

H-4

Watercolor

H-2

Oil

H-5

Adult Coloring

H-3

Acrylic

H-6

Paint by Numbers

H-8

Color Sheet

H-11

Oil Landscape

H-12

Any Other

H-15

Any Other

H-18

Any Other

Adult Division—Drawing / Coloring

H-10

H-14

Portrait Landscape

Adult Division — Acrylic H-16 H-17

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Oil Portrait Oil Still Life

Adult Division — Watercolor H-13

5.

Any Drawing

Adult Division — Painting H-9

4.

3rd $3

Adult Division—Fine Art

H-7 3.

Premiums 2nd $4

Portrait Landscape


Department H - Youth Art (cont’d) Directors: 1st $4 .

H-20

Painting (not finger painting)

Drawing

H-22

Painting (not finger painting)

H-24

Painting (not finger painting)

Youth Division—Fine Art - Youth 9-11 H-23

.

Drawing

Youth Division—Fine Art - Youth 7-8 H-21

.

3rd $2

Youth Division—Fine Art - Youth 6 and under H-19

.

Premiums 2nd $3

Drawing

Youth Division—Fine Art - Youth Under 12-13 H-25

Drawing

H-27

Acrylic

H-26

Painting

H-28

Watercolor

H-29

Other

. Youth Division—Fine Art - Youth Under 14-17 H-30

Drawing

H-32

Acrylic

H-31

Oil Painting

H-33

Watercolor

H-34

Other

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Department - Adult Photography Photography Rules and Regulations Entries must be at least 4”x6” and no larger than 20”x30” frame size. All hanging photography must be secured with wire for hanging. No saw-tooth hangers allowed. Entries will be judged on impact, creativity, composition, technical excellence and workmanship. Out-of-focus photographs and dirty frames will not compete. Human interest photographs must include people Portraits must be of people.

1st $4 1.

2.

3rd $2

Adult Division– Color Prints I-1

Human Interest

I-5

Bugs and Butterflies

I-2

Landscape

I-6

Computer Generated

I-3

Portraits

I-7

Nature

I-4

Celebration

I-8

Animal

Adult Division—Black and White Prints I-9

Human Interest

I-13

Bugs and Butterflies

I-10

Landscape

I-14

Computer Generated

I-11

Portraits

I-15

Nature

I-12

Celebration

I-16

Animal

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Premiums 2nd $3


Department I - Youth Photography Directors: Taylor Russell Everett and Nicole Maxon 1st $4 3.

4.

5.

6.

Premiums 2nd $3

3rd $2

Youth Division– Color Prints - 9 and Under I-17

Human Interest

I-20

Miscellaneous

I-18

Landscape

I-21

Computer Generated

I-19

Portraits

I-22

Nature

I-23

Animal

Youth Division– Color Prints - 10-13 I-24

Human Interest

I-27

Miscellaneous

I-25

Landscape

I-28

Computer Generated

I-26

Portraits

I-29

Nature

I-30

Animal

Youth Division– Color Prints - 14-17 I-31

Human Interest

I-34

Miscellaneous

I-32

Landscape

I-35

Computer Generated

I-33

Portraits

I-36

Nature

I-37

Animal

Youth Division– Black and White - 9 and Under I-38

Human Interest

I-41

Miscellaneous

I-39

Landscape

I-42

Computer Generated

I-40

Portraits

I-43

Nature

I-44

Animal

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Department I Photography 7.

8.

Youth Division– Black and White - 10-13 I-45

Human Interest

I-48

Miscellaneous

I-46

Landscape

I-49

Computer Generated

I-47

Portraits

I-50

Nature

I-51

Animal

Youth Division– Black and White - 14-17 I-52

Human Interest

I-55

Miscellaneous

I-53

Landscape

I-56

Computer Generated

I-54

Portraits

I-57

Nature

I-58

Animal

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Department - Adult Flowers Flowers Rules and Regulations All entries must be placed by Sunday, September 1 at 5 pm. Articles are judged based on appearance, neatness and overall quality. All entries must have been prepared by the exhibitor within the last calendar year. Limited entries may be combined for judging. Containers must be furnished by the exhibitor. Pot plant entries must have been in the exhibitor’s possession for three months prior to exhibiting. No artificial flowers, foliage, fruit or food items will be permitted in any class. The best possible care will be taken in the handling of all entries. The American Legion Fair Association will not be held responsible for damage or loss due to any cause. 1st $4 1.

2.

3rd $2

Adult Division– Cut Flowers - 18 and Over J-1

Ageratum

J-8

Chrysanthemum

J-2

Celosia

Dahlia (giant)

J-3

Impatients

J-9 J-10

J-4

Marigold

J-11

Daisy (gerber)

J-5

Petunia

J-12

Daisy (any other)

J-6

Zinnia

J-13

Any Other Bulb Flower

J-7

Snapdragon

J-14

Any Not Listed

Dahlia (miniature)

Adult Division—Roses J-15 J-16 J-17

3.

Premiums 2nd $3

Any Red Rose Any Pink Rose Any White Rose

J-18

Any Yellow Rose

J-19

Any Other Rose

J-23

Gourd Arrangements

J-24

Cactus

Adult Division - New J-20 J-21 J-22

Hanging Basket Sun Flower Gourd

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Department - Youth Flowers D Flowers Rules and Regulations 1st $4 4.

5.

Youth Division– Flowers J-25

Blooming Flower

J-26

Wild Flower

J-27

Rose

J-28

Potted Fower

J-29

Sun Flower

J-30

Flower Arrangement

J-31

Any Other Flower

Youth Division—Plants J-32

Coleus

J-33

Potted Plants

J-34

Cactus

J-35

Succulent

J-36

Any Other Plant

J-37

Hanging Basket

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Premiums 2nd $3

3rd $2


Department K Antiques Director: Antiques Rules and Regulations 1.

Articles are judged based on: Condition Rarity Authenticity 2. A notecard is to be provided with the following information if possible. Age (Estimated) Use Owner (or how acquired) 3. Items should not have been entered in the previous year. 1st $5 1.

Premiums 2nd $4

3rd $3

Adult Division– Any Antique K-1

Glass or Bottle

K-7

Toys

K-2

Furniture

K-8

Book

K-3

Jewelry

K-9

Utensil

K-4

Lamp or Lantern

K-10

Clothing

K-5

Pewter, Copper or Brass

K-11

Iron Wear

K-6

Tools

K-12

Miscellaneous

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Department L - Adult Field Crops Director: Adult - Ms. Linda Kelly Adult Division is Age 18 and Over Premiums 1, 2, 3, 4 2nd $5 3rd $4 Premiums for 5, 6 1st $4 2nd $3 3rd $2 Premiums for Best/Biggest Melons & Pumpkins 1st $10 2nd $8 3rd $5

1st $6

1.

2.

3.

Adult Division– Field Crops - Tobacco - 3 Bundles L-1

Cutter

L-3

Lugs

L-2

Leaf

L-4

Smoking Leaf

Adult Division– Field Crops - Corn - 8 Ears L-5

Adapted White Hybrid

L- 6

Corn on Stalk (3)

5.

6.

Any Adapted Variety

Adult Division– Small Grain - Quart Jar L-9

Oats, Adapted Variety

L-12

Soybeans (qt.)

L-10

Rye, Adapted Variety

L-13

Soybeans on Stalk (3)

L-11

Wheat, Adapted Variety

L-16

Peanuts on Stalk (3)

Adult Division– Peanuts L-14

Any Variety

L-15

Jumbo

Adult Division– Hay L-17

Fescue

L-19

Coastal Bermuda

L-18

Oat

L-20

Mixed

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Adapted Yellow Hybrid

Adult Division– Field Crops - Cotton - 3 Stalks L-8

4.

L- 7


Department L - Youth Field Crops Director: Youth Youth Division Premiums 1, 2, 3, 4 2nd $5 3rd $4 Premiums for 5, 6 1st $4 2nd $3 3rd $2 Premiums for Best/Biggest Melons & Pumpkins 1st $10 2nd $8 3rd $5

1st $6

1.

2.

3.

Youth Division– Field Crops - Tobacco - 3 Bundles L-1

Cutter

L-3

Lugs

L-2

Leaf

L-4

Smoking Leaf

Youth Division– Field Crops - Corn - 8 Ears L-5

Adapted White Hybrid

L- 6

Corn on Stalk (3)

5.

6.

Adapted Yellow Hybrid

Youth Division– Field Crops - Cotton - 3 Stalks L-8

4.

L- 7

Any Adapted Variety

Youth Division– Small Grain - Quart Jar L-9

Oats, Adapted Variety

L-12

Soybeans (qt.)

L-10

Rye, Adapted Variety

L-13

Soybeans on Stalk (3)

L-11

Wheat, Adapted Variety

L-16

Peanuts on Stalk (3)

Youth Division– Peanuts L-14

Any Variety

L-15

Jumbo

Youth Division– Hay L-17

Fescue

L-19

Coastal Bermuda

L-18

Oat

L-20

Mixed

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Department M - Adult Horticulture Director: Adult - Linda Kelly 1.

Adult Division

3rd $2

M-1 M-2 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-6 M-7 M-8

Apples - Crab (5) Apples - Red (5) Apples - Yellow (5) Apples-Other (5) Pears - Any Variety (5) Figs - Any Variety (5) Grapes - Any Variety (1 Pt.) Grapes - James Black Muscadine (1 Pt.)

M-36 M-37 M-38 M-39 M-40 M-41 M-42 M-43

M-9

Grapes - Scuppernong or white (1 Pt)

M-44 Squash - Any Other Variety

M-10 M-11 M-12 M-13 M-14 M-15 M-16 M-17 M-18 M-19 M-20 M-21 M-22 M-23 M-24 M-25 M-26 M-27

Persimmons - American (15 ) Persimmons - Japanese (5) Pecans - Schley (25 in shell) Pecans - Stuart (25 in shell) Pecans - Any Other (25 in shell) Walnuts - Black (1 pound) Other (1 pound) Sweet Potatoes - Georgia Reds (8) Sweet Potatoes - Jewel (8) Sweet Potatoes - Pope (8) Sweet Potatoes - Porta Rica (8) Sweet Potatoes - Regales (8) Sweet Potatoes - Bonita (8) Sweet Potatoes - Evangeline (8) Sweet Potatoes - Any Other (8) Potatoes - Irish White (8) Potatoes - Irish Red (8) Potatoes - Irish Pink (8)

M-28 M-29 M-30 M-31 M-32 M-33 M-34 M-35

Onion - White (5) Onion - Any Other (5) Pepper - Banana (5) Pepper - Hot Green (5) Pepper - Hot Red (5) Pepper - Jalapeno (5) Pepper - Pimento (5) Pepper - Sweet Bell Green (5)

M-45 M-46 M-47 M-48 M-49 M-50 M-51 M-52 M-53 M-54 M-55 M-56 M-57 M-58 M-59 M-60 M-61 M-62 M-63 M-64 M-65 M-66 M-67 M-68 M-69

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1st $4

Premiums 2nd $3

Pepper - Sweet Bell Red (5) Pepper - Any Other (5) Pepper - Ornamental Popcorn (5) Pepper - Pepper—Other Popcorn (5) Squash - Acorn (3) Squash - Butternut (1) Squash - Yellow Summer (4) Squash - Zucchini (1) Beets - Table (Bunch of 5) Cabbage Cantaloupe Carrots (Bunch of 5 - tops off) Collards (1) Cucumbers (3) Eggplant (3) Field Peas - Green (1 Pt., Unshelled) Garden Peas - (1 Pt., Unshelled) Indian Corn - 3 Lima Beans (1 Pt. Unshelled) Pumpkin - Miniature (3) Okra (6) Pumpkin (Best) Pumpkin (Largest) Radishes (5) Rutabagas (5) String Beans (1 Pt.) Tomatoes - Any Variety (5) Tomatoes - Cocktail (7) Tomatoes - Largest (3) Turnips (5) Watermelon (Best) Watermelon (Largest) All Other (Unclassified)


Department M - Youth Horticulture 1st $4 1.

Premiums 2nd $3

Youth Division

3rd $2 M-102 M-103 M-104 M-105 M-106 M-107 M-108 M-109 M-110 M-111

Pepper - Ornamental Popcorn (5) Pepper - Pepper—Other Popcorn (5) Squash - Acorn (3) Squash - Butternut (1) Squash - Yellow Summer (4) Squash - Zucchini (1) Squash - Any Other Variety Beets - Table (Bunch of 5) Cabbage Cantaloupe

M-112 M-113 M-114 M-115 M-116

Carrots (Bunch of 5 - tops off) Collards (1) Cucumbers (3) Eggplant (3) Field Peas - Green (1 Pt., Unshelled)

M-117

Garden Peas - (1 Pt., Unshelled)

M-118 M-119 M-120 M-121 M-122 M-123 M-124 M-125 M-126 M-127 M-128 M-129 M-130

Indian Corn - 3 Lima Beans (1 Pt. Unshelled) Pumpkin - Miniature (3) Okra (6) Pumpkin (Best) Pumpkin (Largest) Radishes (5) Rutabagas (5) String Beans (1 Pt.) Tomatoes - Any Variety (5) Tomatoes - Cocktail (7) Tomatoes - Largest (3) Turnips (5)

M-131

Watermelon (Best)

M-132

Watermelon (Largest)

M-100 Pepper - Sweet Bell Red (5)

M-133

All Others (Unclassified)

M-101 Pepper - Any Other (5)

M-134

Any Other Sweet Potatoes

M-70 M-71 M-72 M-73 M-74 M-75 M-76 M-77 M-78 M-79 M-80 M-81 M-82 M-83 M-84

Apples - Crab (5) Apples - Red (5) Apples - Yellow (5) Apples-Other (5) Pears - Any Variety (5) Figs - Any Variety (5) Grapes - James Black Muscadine (1 Pt.) Grapes - Scuppernong or white (1 Pt.) Grapes - Any Variety (1 Pt.) Persimmons - American (15 fruits) Persimmons - Japanese (5 fruits) Pecans - Schley (25 in shell) Pecans - Stuart (25 in shell) Pecans - Any Other (25 in shell) Walnuts - Black (1 pound)

M-85

Sweet Potatoes - Georgia Reds (8)

M-86 M-87 M-88 M-89 M-90 M-91 M-92 M-93 M-94 M-95 M-96 M-97 M-98 M-99

Sweet Potatoes - Jewel (8) Sweet Potatoes - Pope (8) Sweet Potatoes - Porta Rica (8) Sweet Potatoes - Regales (8) Potatoes - Red Irish (8) Potatoes - White Irish (8) Onion - White Skin Silver (5) Onion - Yellow Glove Danvers (5) Pepper - Banana (5) Pepper - Hot Green (5) Pepper - Hot Red (5) Pepper - Jalapeno (5) Pepper - Pimento (5) Pepper - Sweet Bell Green (5)

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Department N Contests Director: Birdhouse - 2 Categories 1st $10

Premiums 2nd $8

3rd $5

1. Exhibit Built by exhibitor (does not have to be painted) Age groups: - 10-12 - 5 and under - 13-Older - 6-7 - 8-9

1st $8

Premiums 2nd $6

2. Bought / Painted by exhibitor Age groups: - 10-12 - 5 and under - 13-Older - 6-7 - 8-9

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3rd $4


Pictures of winners from 2021 Fair contests

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Department N - Youth Contests (cont’d) Director: Regina Love Harvest of Fun Rules and Regulations 1st $8

Premiums 2nd $6

3rd $4

1. Create a decoration for: N-7 Fall N-8 Halloween

N-9 Thanksgiving

Age groups: - Up to 6 - 7-10 - 11-13 - 14 and older

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Department N Contests (cont’d) Director: Regina Love Pumpkin Rules and Regulations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Use of color and shape is important. No cuts in real pumpkins should be made. Paint and other art media may be used to created desired image. Judging is based on overall appearance, construction and most unusual design. Artificial pumpkins (craft) may be used in design. No entry can be previously submitted. 1st $10

1.

2.

Pumpkin - Youth up to 6

Premiums 2nd $8

3rd $6

3. Pumpkin - Youth 11-13

N-10

Funniest

N-16

Funniest

N-11

Most Unique

N-17

Most Unique

N-12

Cartoon

N-18

Cartoon

Pumpkin - Youth 7-10

4. Pumpkin - Youth 14 and Older

N-13

Funniest

N- 19

Funniest

N-14

Most Unique

N- 20

Most Unique

N-15

Cartoon

N-21

Cartoon

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Department N Contests (cont’d) Director: Family Building Rules and Regulations 1. 2. 3. 4.

Include any woodworking project other than birdhouse. Built by exhibitor with or without families help. Judging is based on overall appearance, construction and most unusual design. No entry can be previously submitted. 1. Family Building with Kit

1st $8

Premiums Built from a Kit 2nd $6

N-22

6 and under

N-23

7-10

N-24

11-13

N-25

14 and older

3rd $4

2. Family Building without Kit

1st $10

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Premiums Built without Kit 2nd $8

N-26

6 and under

N-27

7-10

N-28

11-13

N-29

14 and older

3rd $6


Department N Contests Director: Gift Wrapping Rules and Regulations 1. Use creativity. 2. Must not have been entered in previous fair.

1st $5

Premiums 2nd $3

3rd $2

2 Categories: 1. N-30

Any Occasion

2. N-31

Happy Birthday to Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair

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Department N Contests Directors: Lego Rules and Regulations Free-style and Kit Directions 1. 2. 3. 4.

Must be no larger than 18” in any direction. Must use standard size Legos. Anchored to a sturdy base. Must not have been entered in previous fair. 1st $6

1.

Free-style (no directions) N-32

Up to 6

N-33

7-10

N-34

11-13

N-35

14 and older

2. From Kit N-36

Up to 6

N-37

7-10

N-38

11-13

N-39

14 and older

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Premiums 2nd $5

3rd $3


Department N Contests

.

1st $8

1.

Premiums 2nd $6

3rd $4

—Youth up to 9 N-40

2.

—Youth 10-12 N-41

3.

—Youth 13 and Older N-42

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Department N School Art Contests Director: Paige Everett School Art Rules and Regulations Open to public and private schools. pieces of work from different students completed since fair 20 last year. Any medium may be used. Work must be matted or framed and ready for hanging unless it is 3-dimensional and free-standing. One student will receive 1st place ribbon in addition to School Art Department Award. All schools entering will receive $35. Cannot have been previously entered in Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair. Premiums 2nd $65

1st $75

Coloring Contest Coloring Contest Age Divisions: 1. Preschool 2. 1st Grade

3. 2nd Grade

4. 3rd and Older

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3rd $50


Department N - Youth Special Contests Directors: Ms. Debra Evans Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Rules (May not have been previously entered in Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair.) 1st $6

Premiums 2nd $5

3rd $3

Age Divisions: 1. Youth up to 6

2. Youth 7-10

3. Youth 11-13

4. Youth 14 and Older

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Department N - Youth Contests

D Potato and Apple Rules and Regulations 1. Use freshest vegetables possible. 2. Photos will be taken of entries. 3. Entries will be discarded and replaced by photo as entry no longer is suitable for viewing. 1st $4

Premiums 2nd $3

3rd $2

2 divisions, Apples and Potatoes . 1. Apples N-43 6 and below N-44 7-10 N-45 11-13 N-46 14 and Older

2. Potatoes N-47 6 and below N-48 7-10 N-49 11-13 N-50 14 and Older

NEW YOUTH CONTESTS: 2 new contest. Fair Them 1st $10

. Premiums 2nd $8

3rd $6

1. Fair Theme. You decide the medium. Any expression of Fair Theme N-51 Youth 6-9 N-52 Youth 10-12 N-53 Youth 12 and older . 2. 100 Things. Use 100 items to create a project. Help us celebrate 100 years of the fair by creating a project using 100 items. (You choose the medium) N-54 Youth 6-9 N-55 Youth 10-12 N-56 Youtr Page 56

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Department N Contests Shoe Box Float Rules and Regulations Theme:

1st $6

Premiums 2nd $5

3rd $4

Age Divisions: 1. Youth up to 6

2. Youth 7-10

3. Youth 11-13

4. Youth 14 and Older

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Department N - Adult Contests Directors Adult: Cynthia Cox Directors Youth: Centerpiece Rules and Regulations 1. Centerpiece must be suitable to be used as a centerpiece on a table. 2. Can be made for any size or shape table. 3. May be natural or manmade material. Premiums 1st $10 2nd $8 3rd $6 Centerpiece—Adult N-47

Any Occasion

N-48

Theme of the Fair

N-49

Recycled Material

Coloring Rules and Regulations Directors: Nicole Maxon and Taylor Russell Everett 1. Completed entries may be turned in to the Pitt County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm beginning Tuesday, September 11 until Friday September 14 or enter Saturday or Sunday, September 15 and 16 during hours for exhibit entry. 2. Prizes awarded in each grade (1-3) division to public entries. 3. School entries, School, Teacher’s Name and Grade on the coloring sheet. 4. First and second grade teachers requiring copies should email a request to www.pittfair.org indicating the number of copies needed. If the request is received in time we will deliver the sheets to the school. Prizes will be awarded to each class. Teachers should send completed sheets. 5. Coloring

1st $3

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Premiums 2nd $2

3rd $1


Name:______________________________________

School:_____________________________________

Grade:______________________________________

Teacher:_____________________________________

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Pitt County 4-H Livestock Poster Competition 1. Open to all Pitt County 4-Hers. 2. One poster per contestant. 4. Posters should promote and educate on any topic pertaining to livestock.

.

Livestock Exhibition The Pitt County Fair is proud to showcase the many types of locally raised livestock. Producers may exhibit: cattle, horses, swine, sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits, or other domesticated fowl and livestock. 1. All owners are responsible for feed and care of animals while at the fair. 2. Ill-tempered and dangerous animals will not be allowed. 3. All horses must have a current coggins paper. 4. All sheep and goats must have an approved scrapie ID. 3. All horses have a current 5. All swine mustmust have approved state IDcoggins tags. paper. 6. All Chickens be inspected by NCDA on Tuesday, September 4. All sheep must and goats must have an approved scrapie ID. 20 from 11-3 PM. 7. All livestock must be on fair premises by 4PM September 20. 8. Livestock may be taken home on Sunday, September 25 after 3 PM. 9. Exhibitors will receive a livestock pass to access their animals during fair hours. 10. Limits on total number of animals per person may be set due to pen space. 11. Call Andy Burlingham at 252-902-1703 to reserve pen space.

Premiums Premiums Cattle, Horses, Swine: $50 per head Sheep, Goats: $35 per head Large Fowl: $25 per head Chickens & Rabbits: $15 per head

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Andy Burlingham Pitt County Cooperative Extension Livestock Events Open Youth Heifer Show Open Youth Market Lamb Show Open Youth Rabbit Show Open Youth Poultry Show Pitt County 4-H Livestock Show Open Youth Market Goat Show Livestock Events

Livestock Andy Burlingham Pitt County Cooperative Extension

Tuesday Sept 20, 6:30 PM Thursday Sept 22, 6:30PM Saturday Sept 24, 10:00AM Saturday Sept 24, 1:00PM Saturday Sept 24, 6:00PM Sunday Sept 25, 2:00PM

Youth Poultry and Rabbit Show

Open Youth Heifer Show Tuesday Sept 21, 6:30 PM Area youth between the agesShow of 4 and 18 can exhibit in this There will be both showmanship and live Pitt County 4-H Livestock Wed Septshow. 22, 6:00PM animal evaluation in this show. Showmanship classes will be divided into three divisions based upon age. Poultry Open Youth Market Lamb Show Thur Sept 23, 6:00PM canOpen be shown hen or and rooster classes in one of threeSaturday categories: layer, or fancy. Rabbits will be exhibited YouthinPoultry Rabbit Show Sept 25, meat, 10:00AM in Open buck and doeMarket classes Goat in either the dwarf, standardSunday or giantSept divisions. Entries are due in the Pitt County CoYouth Show 26, 2:00PM

operative Extension office by September 16th. Premiums for all classes are as follows: 1st- $10, 2nd- $8, 3rd-$5, 4th-$3 and 5th-$1. The grand champion rabbit and chicken will receive $20 and the reserve $15. Youth Poultry and Rabbit show To enter these shows: Show https://forms.gle/wfarhJ2agMi7wVzi6 Area Poultry youth between the ages of 4 and 18 can exhibit in this show. There will be both showmanship and Rabbitevaluation Show https://forms.gle/SRHrv5MLi1agwCUp9 live animal in this show. Showmanship classes will be divided into three divisions based upon age. Poultry beBurlingham shown in hen rooster classes in one of three categories: layer, meat, or fancy. RabOR call can Andy at or 902-1703.

bits will be exhibited in buck and doe classes in either the dwarf, standard or giant divisions. Entries are Pitt County Livestock Shows 5 Area youth will be exhibiting their sheep, goat and cattle projects through out the week in the livestock arena. follows: 1st- $10, 2nd- $8, 3rd-$5, 4th-$3 and 5th-$1. The grand champion rabbit and chicken will receive There open youth show forthis each species of livestock part of The Eastern Carolina Showmanship $20 will andbe theanreserve $15. To enter show, please call AndyasBurlingham at 902-1703.

Circuit. The schedule of these shows are as follows Heifer Show; Tuesday Sept 21; 6:30 PMPitt County Livestock Shows • Heifer Show; Tuesday Sept 20, 6:30PM Lambwill Show; Thursday, Sept 6:30PM Area•youth be exhibiting their22, sheep, goat and cattle projects through out the week in the livestock • Goat Show; Sunday, Sept 25, 2:00PM arena. There will be an open youth show for each species of livestock as part of The Eastern Carolina Showmanship Circuit. Wednesday evening’s event will showcase the livestock projects of Pitt County

Pitt County 4-H Members will be showcasing a verity of livestock projects on Saturday Sept 24 at 6PM. 4-H Members. Entry forms for the above shows can be found at the Pitt County Cooperative Extension Entry forms for the above shows can be found at the Pitt County Cooperative Extension Website https://pitt. Website or by calling Andy Burlingham at 902-1703. ces.ncsu.edu/ or by calling Andy Burlingham at 902-1703.

Anne Grimes Check out the display of magical photography by Anne Grimes in the Exhibit Hall. Anne took these pictures during the week of the 2012 Pitt County Fair. In addition to being an outstanding photographer Anne is the owner and operator of Harvest Time Foods. Be sure to look for Anne’s Pastry in your local grocery stores.

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Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair Owned and operated by the Pitt County American Legion Association

(Left to right) Smith, President * John Cayton, Bob Sheck, Shelton Frank Frank Smith, President; John Cayton, Treasure; BobTreasurer* Sheck, Secretary; Shelton Secretary* Harris, Chaplain; Harris, Chaplian* Kenneth Ross, Manager* Jerry Cox, ChesterFair Allamon, Vice President; KenVice-President* Ross, Manager (not pictured)

Fair Staff ...................... ........ ................... .......................... Roger Plant ...... ................ Danny Pollard ............ .................. .................. .............. George Johnson ................. ... ...................... ...........

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Representatives from the Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair presented a $25,000 donation to the PCC December in support of the Pitt American Legion check Fair Endowed Scholarship. TheFoundation Pitt CountyinAmerican Legion Agricultural FairCounty Inc. presented a $25.000 to the PCC Foundation to Shown are Pitt County Fair Board President Frank Smith, PCC scholarships coordinator Kim Simpkins, and PCC expand an endowed scholarship it started in 2014. This scholarship is awarded to select PCC vocational Foundation Executive Director Beth Sigmon and Pitt County Fair Manager Ken Ross, from left. technical students from Pitt County.

Reagan Bullock

Cyrus Taylor

Congratulations to Reagan Bullock, Distinguished Young Woman of Pitt County for 2019, sponsored by Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair. She represented us

Cyrus Taylor is an annual attraction on Senior Citizen’s Day at the Pitt County Fair. Even though he is loved by fans of all ages, the seniors love his Christian songs and his Elvis voice and lyrics that each of the ladies believe he is singing especially to them.

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Pitt County Fair Rock Stars Have you ever wanted to perform on stage and be a star? You can have that experience this year at theAmanda Pitt County McDaniel Fair. Show up at Marye the fair Thursday, September 22, at 7:00-8:00 pm / 8:30-9:30 pm and be a star for one night. Participate in our Karaoke attraction. It'll be lots of fun and something you will remember for a lifetime. Bring all your friends and neighbors for support.

LOOKCounty FOR THE HAMMOCK DISPLAY Pitt Fair Rock Stars

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IN THE EXHIBIT HALL!!

Have you ever wanted to perform on stage to winexperience a FREE and be a star? You canRegister have that hammock in the Exhibit this year at the Pitt County Fair. Show up at Hall. Hammocks will be the fair Thursday, September atHAMMOCK 7:00-8:00 donated 22, by THE pm / 8:30-9:30 pm andSOURCE be a star for one of Greenville, NC.night. A hammock will be givenIt'll be Participate in our Karaoke attraction. away each night of the lots of fun and something you will remember fair. You do not have to be for a lifetime. present to win. Winners Bring all your friends and for will beneighbors notified by mail or phone call. support.

LOOK FOR THE HAMMOCK DISPLAY IN THE EXHIBIT HALL!!

Students K-12 register to win a bicycle. One bicycle will be given away Tuesday through Saturday at 9:00 pm and Sunday at 7:00 pm.

Register to win a FREE hammock in the Exhibit Page 65 Hall. Hammocks will be Students K-12 register to win bicycle. One donated byaTHE HAMMOCK bicycle will be given away Tuesday through SOURCE of Greenville, NC. Saturday at 9:00 pm Aand Sunday hammock willatbe7:00 givenpm. away each night of the fair. You do not have to be present to win. Winners will be notified by mail or phone call.

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Ember Fire Arts Nightly

Friday, September 23 at 7:00 PM

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Memorials

Powers Great American Midways

Bobby Brannon Corky and Debbie Powers

Daily Admission--$8.00 Children 4 and under FREE It is with fond memories; we remember Bobby Brannon and hisFairground many years of dedication to the Pitt Rules County Agricultural Fair. His volunteered time and No gang colors effort made No a difference in our allowed community. laser pointers He was our to guy”and alwaysorondrugs call. No “go alcoholic beverages No concealed weapons pets The Fair Manager andNo staff deeply appreciate Bobby’s support ofNo theBandanas fair. He will be truly No fair Backpacks Large Purses missed at the this yearorand in future years.

Anyone displaying unruly conduct on the fairgrounds will be escorted off the fairgrounds and not allowed to return. Shoes and shirts must be worn at all times

Gene Coley

ILLNESS PREVENTION 1. No attendance if known to be ill or if experiencing or displaying any symptoms of illness, including: Cough, Chills, Fever, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Muscle pain, Sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, etc.

The Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair 2. Social Distancing, all must adhere guidelines as provided remembers Gene Coley whotopassed away this year.by stateGene and local Exceptions are allowed wasgovernment a member agencies. of the American Legion and afor family members living in same household. fair board member. He worked several years in the

3. Masks are encouraged but not provided by the Pitt County Fair. 4. Hand Washing is encouraged. Hand Sanitizers and Hand WashThe Fair ing Stations areManager provided.and Staff deeply appreciate Gene’s

dedication to the fair and extend love and prayers to thePARTICIPATION family. IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Powers Great American Midways is one of the most highly respected carnival companies in the industry. Since 1980 they have traveled exclusively on the east coast of the United States. They have successfully secured many impressive locations performing at major state fairs, county fairs, festivals, and other celebrations. Powers Great American Midways takes great pride in it’s safety, cleanliness and the over all appearance of their rides, food concessions and games. Each employee is responsible for wearing a logo designed shirt and name tag which is obtained only after passing a drug test and background check. Drug tests are performed randomly throughout the season to maintain the strictest of standards. PGAM has a non-smoking policy for their employees on all of their midways. The show has been honored with the OABA “Circle of Excellence” award as well as the Pennsylvania Safety Award. Along with a full staff of trained ride operators PGAM has computer specialists, expert fabricators, welders, electricians, certified inspectors recognized nationally by NAARSO as well as in the state of Pennsylvania. Shaded areas with seating and lit rest areas are in place to make a customers visit one of security, and comfort. Many families take advantage of this wonderful convenience. Food concessions are inspected weekly and maintained at the highest level of cleanliness. They are decorated with beautiful landscaping to enhance the customers experience, cleaning our midways every night. We maintain a modern fleet of vehicles with DOT certified drivers as well as a full time department of transportation administrator.

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Look around the fair. Chances are you’ll see a GUC employee enjoying the fun right along with you. As your community-owned utility provider, we’re your neighbors. Our investments in the community allow us to safely deliver reliable utility solutions which make your enjoyment of the fair possible. Have fun and join us in saying thanks to our American Legion and all those who serve our country.

guc.com | (252) 752-7166 401 S. Greene St. | Greenville, NC 27834

your care. your choice.

Call today for an appointment! James D. Bernstein Community Health Center 261 Belvoir Highway | Greenville, NC 252-695-6352

Kate B. Reynolds Medical Center 205 Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway | Snow Hill, NC 252-747-4199

Snow Hill Medical Center 302 N. Greene Street | Snow Hill, NC 252-747-2921 We offer medical, dental and mental health care, virtual visits and COVID shots.

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We provide care on a sliding fee scale to patients who qualify.

gchcinc.org This project is supported d by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number H80CS10607 Health Center Program, in the amount of $8,654,913, or 48% of to otal program costs, with $8,956,453 or 50% financed with non-governmentaal sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement by, HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov. GCHC is license ed by the state of North Carolina, led by an independent Board of Directors, and is an FQHC Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254. GCHC receives HHS funding and has Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.

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Auto Services Unlimited Inc. DOUG PETERSON Owner/President

(252) 531-4956

3129 Frog Level Rd., Greenville, NC 705 Main St., Robersonville, NC 1009 South Memorial Dr., Greenville, NC

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Veterans! Our Greenville American Legion Post 39 Needs You! Join our Legion Family today Over a century of service to Veterans Affairs and rehabilitation, National Security, Americanism, and Children & Youth. Continue to serve and support “Veterans Strengthening America” and make a difference in peoples lives. Join the American Legion and stand with your brothers and sisters in arms and help spread the pride! BE PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER-OUR COUNTRY, OUR FLAG

For membership and other information contact us on Facebook @ American Legion Post 39 Greenville, check out our web page www.pittcountypost39.org, or Call the post commander at (252) 531-7103. 77


Ayden Grifton Kiwanis Club

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Karen Ennis President

Monthly Meetings: Third Tuesday Of Each Month @ 6:00PM

534 3rd Street Ayden, NC 252-746-2188

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“Committed To The Communities We Serve”

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Hammocks, Outdoor Furniture, and more! Made for your backyard, in your backyard, right here in Greenville! Join us for our factory outlet sale where all items are 60-80% off retail price! To receive reminders and coupons for the sale, please follow us on Facebook.

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When you need tools, oil for your car, or other hardware supplies, come to Farmville Hardware Lawn & Garden. When you come to us, you’ll be treated like good friends and family.

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“Your Backyard Specialists” • Storage Buildings • Decks • Gazebos • Outdoor Furniture • Playground Kits

• Treated Lumber • Hardware • Hand Tools • Power Tools • Stains

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3016 Jones Park Road, Greenville, NC Email: salt@saltwoodproducts.com

The Mission of JOY Inc is to establish, organize, operate and promote facilities and services in Pitt County for the benefit of the poor and other persons.

Please donate online 24/7 at

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PITT COUNTY’S ONE STOP SHOP FOR ALL YOUR SHIPPING & PRINTING NEEDS 760 W. Fire Tower Road, Suite 107, Winterville, NC 28590 (252)-689-4001 • Fax: (252)- 689-4002 Store7350@theupsstore.com • www.theupsstore.com/7350 Open Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 8am-4pm & Sun 10am-3pm

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Senator Don Davis District 5

Representing Pitt and Greene Counties Legislative Office Building 300 N. Salisbury St., Room 623 • Raleigh, NC 27603-5925

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(252) 746-4113 Mon.-Sat. 10am-7pm, Closed Sunday

“Bar-B-Que Capital of the World”

We Buy Houses!

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“Don’t Call A Geek When You Need a Professional”

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PITT COUNTY CHAPTER 1530 GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

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Thanks for Attending

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102 nd Annual

PITT COUNTY American legion agricultural FAIR

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