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Coshocton County Fair SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT

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October 2 - October 8, 2009


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The Coshocton County Fair Supplement • September 30, 2009

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2009 Coshocton County Junior Fair Schedule Thursday, October 1

9 p.m. All Youth Building Projects Must Be in Place Friday, October 2

6:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. Weight-in for Market Hogs 9 a.m. Hay Show 5-6 p.m. Goat Milk-Out 7-9 p.m. Weigh-in for Rabbit Fryers, Market Chickens and Turkeys 10 p.m. All Livestock Projects Must be in Place

Jr Fair Swine Bldg Youth Building Goat Pens Junior Fair Arena

Saturday, October 3

8:30 a.m. Weigh-in for Goats, Sheep, Market Steers and Feeder Calves 9 a.m. Opening Ceremonies, Crowning of County Fair King and Queen 9 a.m. Poultry Show 9 a.m. Horse Show 10 a.m. 4-H Booth Judging 3 p.m. Jr Fair Goat Show: Fun Classes, Pack, Meat Pygmy, Dairy, Angora 3 p.m. General Livestock Judging Contest 4 p.m. 4-H Modeling Review 4 p.m. Farm Bureau Square Dance following Livestock Judging Contest

Rotary Pavilion Junior Fair Arena Hunter Arena Youth Building Junior Fair Arena Open Class Dairy Youth Building Hunter Arena

Sunday, October 4

1 p.m. Market Hog Show (following Open Llama Show) 2 p.m. Dog Show 6:30 p.m. Cat and Small Animal Show 7 p.m. Public Speaking Evaluation Opportunity #1

Hunter Arena Junior Fair Arena Junior Fair Arena Youth Building

Pictured are the 2008 Coshocton County Junior Fair King and Queen. Queen Sara Daugherty and King Luke Widder Crowning of 2009 King and Queen will be on Saturday, October 3 at 9 a.m. at the Rotary Pavilion

Monday, October 5

9 a.m. Open Market Lamb Class Junior Fair Arena 9 a.m. Dairy Breeding Show, Showmanship, Kids and Calves Hunter Arena 10 a.m. Rabbit Show Junior Fair Arena 11:30 a.m. Tasting Smorgasbord Youth Building 12:30 p.m. Beef Breeding Show, Feeder Calf and Market Beef Show Hunter Arena Tuesday, October 6

9 a.m. Sheep Breeding Show, Market Lamb Show 11 a.m. Public Speaking Evaluation Opportunity #2 6:30 p.m. Lamb Lead Classes

Junior Fair Arena Youth Building Junior Fair Arena

Wednesday, October 7

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No events scheduled

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Thursday, October 8

12 p.m. Junior Fair Horse and Dairy Exhibits Released 1 p.m. Junior Fair Swine Exhibits Released 2 p.m. Junior Fair Sheep and Goats Exhibits Released 3 p.m. Junior Fair Beef Exhibits Released 4 p.m. Junior Fair Poultry and Rabbits Exhibits Released 5:30 p.m. Junior Fair Auction Sale of Champions Animals Sold at Auction will be released as sold 7 p.m. Youth Building Exhibits Released

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H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu)

H1N1 influenza, formerly known as “swine flu,” is a new virus that can spread from people who are infected to others through coughs and sneezes much the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses spread. When people cough or sneeze, they spread germs through the air or onto surfaces that other people may touch. H1N1 influenza is NOT transmitted from pigs to humans or from eating pork products.

Who Should Be Vaccinated?

H1N1 is more of a threat to certain groups - pregnant women, persons who live with or provide care for infants under 6 months, health care workers, children and young adults up to 24 years and people aged 25-64 years who have medical conditions like asthma, diabetes and heart disease. Ordinarily, seasonal flu hits older people the hardest, but not the H1N1 flu. Scientists think older people may have some immunity from exposure years earlier to viruses similar to swine flu. A free vaccine to protect against H1N1 influenza will be available this fall. Two doses of vaccine about three weeks apart may be necessary to fully protect against the H1N1 virus. It may take up to several months to make enough vaccine for everyone who wants it. Production of the vaccine will continue until there is no longer a need. Until then, people in the “priority groups” or those at most risk will receive the H1N1 vaccine first. 0023_093009

Both the Coshocton County and City Health Departments are working diligently to protect the health of our citizens against seasonal and H1N1 flu. The health departments, along with some other private providers, are planning both seasonal and H1N1 flu clinics this fall. In the mean time, here’s what you can do to protect yourself and your family from both Seasonal and H1N1 Flu.

Protect Yourself, Your Family, and Our Community From BOTH Seasonal and H1N1 Flu • • • • • •

Ask your health care provider about which vaccines are appropriate for you and your family members. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it. Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. Alcohol-based hand cleaners are also effective. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs spread this way. Try to avoid close contact with sick people. If you are sick with flu-like illness, CDC recommends that you stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone except to get medical care. (Your fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine.) Keep away from others as much as possible to keep from making others sick.

For information about H1N1, call the Ohio H1N1 Information Line at 1-866-800-1404. The Information line is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

For more information on H1N1: Coshocton County Health Department 724 S. Seventh Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812

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Coshocton City Health Department 400 Browns Lane, Coshocton, Ohio 43812

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www.coshoctoncounty.net/agency/health/ www.odh.ohio.gov www.cdc.gov/H1N1Flu


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The Coshocton County Fair Supplement • September 30, 2009

2009 Coshocton County Senior Fair Schedule Wednesday, September 30 9 a.m Judging Quilts, Photograpghy, Paintings and Drawings 1 p.m. Judging Canned Goods 2 p.m. Judging Ceramics

Art Hall Art Hall Art Hall

Thursday, October 1

9 a.m. Judging Needlecraft, Sewing, Weaving, Hobby Show, Antiques, and Misc Division 1 p.m. Judging Giftwrap, Holiday Season and Silk Flowers 2 p.m. Judging Homemade Wine

Art Hall Art Hall Art Hall

Friday, October 2

7 a.m. GATES OPEN - ADMISSION TO BE CHARGED 9 a.m. Judging Baking, Candy, Floral Division, Gourd Show Art Hall 5:30 p.m. BAKED GOODS AUCTION Rotary Pavilion 7 p.m. OSTPA TRUCK AND TRACTOR PULL Grandstand Saturday, October 3

9 a.m Opening Ceremonies and Crowning of the Fair King and Queen 9:30 a.m. Pony Pull 1 p.m. HARNESS RACING (Pari-Mutuels) 7:30 p.m. A-BAR Rodeo’s BULL MANIA (Bull riding)

Rotary Pavilion Grandstand Grandstand/Track Grandstand

Sunday, October 4

9 a.m. HORSE PULL 9 a.m. Open Class Beef Show 9 a.m. Open Llama Show 1 p.m. HARNESS RACING (Pari-Mutuels) 7:30 p.m. Timothy Paul

Grandstand Dairy Barn Arena Hunter Arena Grandstand/Track Grandstand

(Track seating available at $5 per seat beginning at 5 p.m.)

Monday, October 5

8:30 a.m. Open Class Sheep Show 11 a.m. Open Draft Horse and Pony Hitch Show 11:30 a.m. Pie and Cake Judging Contest 1 p.m. HARNESS RACING (Pari-Mutuels) 5:30 p.m. Pie and Cake Auction 7 p.m. Jamey Johnson

Sheep Arena Outdoor Arena Art Hall Grandstand/Track Pavilion Grandstand

(Track seating available at $5 per seat beginning at 5 p.m.)

Tuesday, October 6 9 a.m. Open Class Horse Show and Pony Show 9:30 a.m. Open Class Dairy Show 1 p.m. HARNESS RACING (Pai-Mutuels) 7 p.m. Open Truck and Tractor Pull

Hunter and OD Arena Dairy Barn Arena Grandstand/Track Grandstand

Wednesday, October 7

9 a.m. Draft Horse Show (Hitch Class for Stable Horse Only) Hunter Arena 9 a.m. County Tractor Pull Grandstand 5:45 p.m. Antique Tractor Parade (forms at Antique Tractor Building and proceeds to Grandstand) 6:30 p.m. Market Hog Show Hunter Arena 7:30 p.m. ROUGH TRUCK CONTEST Grandstand Thursday, October 8

10:30 a.m. Skidsteer Rodeo 7:30 p.m. Moto Cross Racing

Outdoor Arena Grandstand

Harness Racing Schedule

Saturday, October 3: 1 p.m. at the Grandstand/Track Sunday, October 4: 1 p.m. at the Grandstand/Track Monday, October 5: 1 p.m. at the Grandstand/Track Tuesday, October 6: 1 p.m. at the Grandstand/Track

Junior Fair Livestock Auction Sale of Champions

5:30 p.m. Hunter Arena, Thursday, October 8 Sale of Champions Auction Order:

Rabbit Fryers, Feeder Calves, Market Chickens, Wether Goats, Market Hogs, Turkeys, Market Lambs, Market Beef, Market Ducks

Junior Fair Arena

Supreme Dairy Product, Supreme Goat Product, Turkeys, Market Ducks, Rabbit Fryers, Market Chickens, Wether Goats

Hunter Arena

Supreme Llama Product, Feeder Calves, Market Lambs, Market Hogs, Market Beef


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Looking forward to the fair! Contributed to The Beacon by Amber Michael The annual Coshocton County Fair starts next week! The fair is enjoyed by people of all ages. Everyone looks forward to the rides, food, and entertainment but three students recently interviewed are mostly excited to show off their animals. Paige Warwick, who is a junior at Ridgewood High School, shows chickens and rabbits at the fair. Paige lives in the middle of West Lafayette with no agricultural background and yet, is one of Coshocton County’s best poultry showmen. Paige has been showing since last year and plans to keep it up until she graduates. She enjoys all her hours of working with her chickens and rabbits to get them ready to be judged on show day. Paige said, “I love the experience of showing at the fair,

it has made me become better at talking with complete strangers.” Paige’s goals include, getting first in showmanship with her chickens and placing better in her rabbit classes. Thomas Ellis lives in the small community of Pearl, near Fresno. You may know Thomas as a star athlete of the Ridgewood basketball team or his family owned business of Pearl Valley Cheese. When Thomas is not playing sports or helping at the cheese house he can be seen spending his time getting ready to show his barrow at the fair. Ellis has been showing at the fair for five years. His first two years were spent showing cattle, and the past three showing pigs. Last year at the fair he did not do his best but he has worked hard this year

and should improve his placings. Showing at the fair has made him become more open in front of a crowd and has also provided him with some extra spending money. Adam Pulley spends his summer days working on a farm, but this time every year he splits his time to labor with his chickens. Adam has been showing for three years. Twice a day, Adam spends time working with his chickens to get them tame, and ready for show day. Adam is excited about “selling more than showing” he said, because he gets very nervous in front of a large group of people. He hopes to place higher and raise better looking chickens in this year’s Coshocton County Fair.

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• Health Education Presentations • Income Tax Assistance

• Passport Services

• Coshocton Senior Travelers Program

• Legal Referral Services

• Range of Motion Exercises

• Golden Buckeye Card

• Lifeline Services

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• Nutrition Education

• Home Delivered Meals

• Prescription Assistance Program

(Retired Senior Volunteer Program) • Transportation

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Songwriter and singer, Timothy Paul to entertain at this year’s Coshocton County Fair

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Timothy Paul with his uncle, Earl Bud Lee.

A Beacon Exclusive! By: Mark Fortune We had the opportunity to sit down with Coshocton’s own Timothy Paul following a performance at the Coshocton Kiwanis Club. With over 17 years of professional entertainment to his credit, Paul currently lives in Newark after residing in Nashville. Timothy Paul was born in Coshocton County and raised in West Lafayette. His fifth album will soon be released and his current album is titled, “Silence”. Music runs deep in the McVay family, with virtually all of the family musically inclined in one way or another. Paul stated that his favorite personal memory of the Coshocton County Fair is when Garth Brooks played – and although he was sick he sang, “Friends in low places”. His Uncle Earl Bud Lee wrote that song. Paul has performed at the county fair before, and that is also a favorite memory. In 1996 he performed with Coshocton’s very own Danielle Peck. Paul commented, “Every time I get to play our local fair, it’s a magical moment. Playing in front of my hometown is something special. This is where my roots are”. You can keep current on Timothy Paul through his web site, located at www.timothyonline.com.

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on the country music charts. Raised in the small town West Lafayette, Timothy Paul’s family was involved in his life and became a huge influence in his musical career. His high school years were unconventional yet exciting as Timothy Paul traveled the United States. “Music is life, it’s what I do,” he says. In 1996, he was one of four musicians selected out of the state of Ohio to compete in a music competition located in Las Vegas. Winning all of the categories they entered, the band decided to keep performing under a new name, “751”. By age seventeen, Timothy Paul had played professionally in over 15 states throughout the United States. By the age of 18, Timothy decided to go solo. His experience has gained him respect and a loyal fan base that continues to grow. He has played in places such as the legendary Showboat Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, the I X Center in Cleveland, along with many fairs, festivals and several performances at the Nationwide Arena and the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus. He has also headlined with big timers such as Kenny Chesney, Ty Herndon and Emerson Drive. In 2000, he branched off on his own to pursue his own musical endeavors. He was hired to appear in a live show at a tourist destination in Ohio for thousands of tourists a day. From 2000 to 2005, Timothy had appeared in over 6800 shows. In early 2005, he decided to move to Nashville to pursue a writing deal with a publishing company. During his time in Nashville, Timothy penned numerous songs and was able to take his song writing to a new level. He moved back up to Ohio in early 2007 but was able to have songs placed “on hold” with Kenny Chesney, Travis Tritt, Sony Nashville, and a couple major artist producers in town before doing so. Since 2000, he has released three CDs. 2008 was a year of new beginnings for Timothy Paul. Debuting a new CD entitled, “Silence,” Timothy gave his fans the absolute best from him. “I like to give my fans the best from me, because that’s what they faithfully give me in return,” he said. His recently formed band, “The Current,” are the epitome of professional show musicians, with harmonies reminiscent of The Eagles. Timothy Paul and The Current plan to come at full force to reach out to their fans and audience even more than before and enhance the music industry with their talent. As an entertainer, Timothy embodies the power and integrity to span across the width of today’s musical landscape. We shouldn’t expect anything less.

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Born into a family of musicians, Timothy Paul fell in love with music at an early age. “I remember singing at family functions at age three, but of course at that age I wasn’t much of a singer, so it was a good thing that I also shared the same passion for the drum kit.” By the age of eight, Timothy Paul joined his father’s band “Neon Moon” and kept the beat by playing the drums and occasionally singing. “I never took lessons, I just learned by ear and watching everyone around me,” By observing his family and other’s, Timothy Paul was inspired every day to pursue a musical career and says he always knew he wanted to entertain. His uncle, Earl “Bud” Lee wrote “Friends in Low Places,” which was sung by country music artist Garth Brooks and spent 4 weeks as the number one song

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Support the Junior Fair Livestock Sale! Sale Begins Thursday, October 8 at 5:30 p.m. with the Sale of Champions in Hunter Arena Please Show Your Support for the Youth of Coshocton County!

2009 Junior Fair Board Members

Mollee Anderson 4-H

Autumn Appis 4-H

Morgan Carey River View FFA

Kayla Cowdery 4-H

Amber Cox Girl Scouts

Marissa Crawford Girl Scouts

Molly Daniel River View FFA

Seth Dotson Ridgewood FFA

Carter Eberwine 4-H

Evan Ehman Farm Bureau

Michaela Elson 4-H

Luke Feldner Boy Scouts

Kayla Fenton Ridgewood FFA

Seth Fenton Ridgewood FFA

Davey Garber Junior Grange

Cristy Gilmore 4-H

Lindsey Good Girl Scouts

Joel Hamric Farm Bureau

Ethan Helmick 4-H

Jenna Horn 4-H

Todd Lahmers Junior Grange

Suzie McMullen Junior Grange

Brianna Moran 4-H

Justine Moran 4-H

Jordan Mullett 4-H

Anisha Seitz 4-H

Emily Stout 4-H

Duane Stutzman River View FFA

Bill Woodmansee Boy Scouts

Hannah Worthington 4-H

Lyndsey Youngen 4-H

Tiffany Zimmerman Junior Grange


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He could be basking in his songwriting accolades, but Jamey Johnson remains a restlessly creative maverick and has recorded over 40 songs this past year. He’s the co-writer of the CMA and ACM 2007 Song of the Year “Give It Away,” recorded by George Strait. He has also had other lyrics recorded by Trace Adkins, George Jones and Joe Nicholes. “Writing is not enough for me,” said Johnson, “I did not come here to just be a writer. I live to play. I’m not here to take a stab at it. I am going to do it.” Following a deep period of isolation and

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introspection, Johnson entered the recording studio in April 2007. Within months, Jamey emerged with “That Lonesome Song”, a Goldselling, critically acclaimed collection of extraordinary compositions that is equally noteworthy for its lyrical craftsmanship and its strikingly original sound. “The album never stops,” said Johnson. “The whole album is one lone-

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I guess around summertime, we started bringing people in to listen to it.” Word began to spread on Music Row. Two record companies approached Jamey. Both wanted him to either record the songs over again or have outsiders’ songs included on the project. Jamey turned both down. “From now on, I want it to be my decision whether or not I sing something or I don’t. So just on principle, we turned them down. Luke Lewis at Mercury Records was the first person who understood. He said, ‘Man, I’ve just got one thing to say – don’t mess with that sound. I don’t know what y’all are doing in that studio, but just don’t mess with that sound.’ I said, ‘Hell, I came here to tell you that.’ Ever since then, it’s been a great relationship.”

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and George Strait kept money in my bank account and kept my name out there. They pretty much carried me on their shoulders through that period, and didn’t even realize they were doing that. They just liked my songs.” When he began to work on That Lonesome Song, Jamey says he felt a renewed sense of purpose and freedom. “Nobody was watching. We didn’t use a lot of the automation gadgetry. We spent so much time on the mix, just making sure you could hear every foot patting the floor, every creak of the chair. If someone turned around to adjust an amp, I wanted to hear their back pop. If their knuckles cracked, I wanted to hear it all.” “After we got done, we knew we had something.

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pany, then worked for an industrial pumping company. In 2001-2004 he ran his own successful construction firm, restoring buildings devastated by fires, hurricanes or tornados. Performing in Nashville nightspots led to work singing songwriters’ “demo” tapes on Music Row. Producer Buddy Cannon was impressed with Jamey’s soulful singing, as well as the direct honesty of his songwriting. Song publisher Gary Overton signed Jamey to EMI Music and joined Buddy in the effort to land him a recording contract. Those efforts paid off with a label deal and Jamey’s hit single “The Dollar” in 2005. Jamey acquired the reputation of being a country-music “bad boy.” Rumors and speculation flew, exaggerating his escapades. He admits he was a little wild, but emphasizes that he always delivered the goods professionally. During this time, he and his wife separated, then divorced. In addition, his record company’s enthusiasm cooled and he lost his recording contract. “The thing that really carried me through all of that was the writing success. Trace Adkins

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some song, and that’s why it’s called That Lonesome Song. Every song is lonesome in its own way, even the funny ones.” Making music comes as naturally to Johnson as breathing. He was raised outside Montgomery, Alabama in a family that was poor but highly musical. Like so many country musicians, Jamey first performed gospel music in churches with his father. “We would get up and do a song. Somebody would hear it and go, ‘Man, you don’t even know, but that just hit me right where I needed to be hit today.’ I got used to that at an early age. That’s what music is for. It’s to reach people. And I carry that with me today. I honestly don’t care about the money.” He seems like a rebel, but Jamey spent eight years as a member of the highly disciplined U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. The week he was discharged, the rest of his unit was ordered to Iraq. By then, Jamey was in Nashville trying to launch a country career. He arrived on Jan. 1, 2000, spending every dime he had to make the move. He took a job as a salesman for a sign com-

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2009 Coshocton 4-H Winners at the Ohio State Fair

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2009

VETERANS DAY AT THE COSHOCTON COUNTY FAIR

Admission is $5.00 for Veterans with proof of Veteran ID such as Military ID, VA Medical Card or DD214. The Coshocton County Veterans Council in conjunction with Zanesville VA Outpatient Clinic personnel will have a booth under the Grandstand next to the Vietnam Veterans Booth. We hope to see everyone at the Coshocton County Fair.

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• Gift certificates can be purchased for any amount or for any type of membership. • We also offer gift certificates for any of our sports leagues or activities. • Kids America is a family friendly facility that offers something for everyone. • We have three indoor basketball/volleyball/tennis courts, indoor soccer facilities, and an indoor track that are great for families to beat the heat or stay warm in the winter for year long fun. • Kids America also has a fitness room and aerobics room with aerobics classes that are included with memberships or aerobics passes. • Make Kids America your one-stop family fun center this winter!!!


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50% off All Halloween! LOW PRICES!

Fall Wreaths, Arrangements and Cemetery Saddles

New Flower Lights

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Nathan Arnold, Extreme Achievers Creative Arts Award Junior Individual Demonstration

Hannah Worthington, West Lafayette Superstars Best Opposite of Group Junior Fair & Open Class Rabbit Shows

Jordon Mullett, Winner 15 Year Old Market Steer Showmanship

Jonathan Arnold, Extreme Achievers Rope, Junior Division

Marissa Whitt, Extreme Achievers The Normal Animal Veterinary Science

Jordon Mullett, Winner 15 Year Old Market Hog Record Book

Hannah Worthington, West Lafayette Superstars Best Opposite Sex of Breed Junior Fair & Open Class Rabbit Shows

Jordon Mullett, Winner Grand Champion Raised Ohio Steer

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Thursday, October 1 9:00 PM All Youth Building Projects Must Be In Place Friday, October 2 6:30 AM-8 PM Weigh-in for Market Hogs Jr. Fair Swine Bldg. 9:00 AM Hay Show Youth Building 5-6:00 PM Goat Milk-Out Goat Pens 7-9:00 PM Weigh-in for Rabbit Fryers, Market Chickens & Turkeys Junior Fair Arena 10:00 PM All Livestock Projects Must be in Place Saturday, October 3 8:30 AM Weigh-in for Goats, Sheep, Market Steers and Feeder Calves 9:00 AM Opening Ceremonies, Crowning of County Fair King and Queen Rotary Pavilion 9:00 AM Poultry Show Junior Fair Arena 9:00 AM Horse Show Hunter Arena 10:00 AM 4-H Booth Judging Youth Building 3:00 PM Junior Fair Goat Show : Fun Classes, Pack, Meat, Pygmy, Dairy, Angora Junior Fair Arena 3:00 PM General Livestock Judging Contest Open Class Dairy 4:00 PM 4-H Modeling Review Youth Building Farm Bureau Square Dance following Livestock Judging Contest Hunter Arena Sunday, October 4 1:00 PM Market Hog Show (following Open Llama Show) Hunter Arena 2:00 PM Dog Show Junior Fair Arena 6:30 PM Cat Show and Small Animal Show Junior Fair Arena 7:00 PM Public Speaking Evaluation Opportunity #1 Youth Building Monday, October 5 9:00 AM Open Market Lamb Class Junior Fair Arena 9:00 AM Dairy Breeding Show, Showmanship, Kids & Calves Hunter Arena 10:00 AM Rabbit Show Junior Fair Arena 11:30 AM Tasting Smorgasbord Youth Building 12:30 PM Beef Breeding Show, Feeder Calf & Market Beef Show Hunter Arena Tuesday, October 6 9:00 AM Sheep Breeding Show, Market Lamb Show Junior Fair Arena 11:00 AM Public Speaking Evaluation Opportunity #2 Youth Building 6:30 PM Lamb Lead Classes Junior Fair Arena Wednesday, October 7 Thursday, October 8 12 Noon Junior Fair Horse and Dairy Exhibits released 1:00 PM Junior Fair Swine Exhibits released 2:00 PM Junior Fair Sheep and Goats Exhibits released 3:00 PM Junior Fair Beef Exhibits released 4:00 PM Junior Fair Poultry and Rabbits Exhibits released 5:30 PM

Junior Fair Auction Sale of Champions Animals Sold at the Auction Will be Released as Sold

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Wednesday, September 30 9:00 AM Judging Quilts, Photography, Paintings & Drawings Art Hall 1:00 PM Judging Canned Goods Art Hall 2:00 PM Judging Ceramics Art Hall Thursday, October 1 9:00 AM Judging Needlecraft, Sewing, Weaving, Hobby Show, Antiques & Misc. Division Art Hall 1:00 PM Judging Giftwrap, Holiday Seasons, & Silk Flowers Art Hall 2:00 PM Judging Homemade Wine Art Hall Friday, October 2 7:00 AM GATES OPEN - ADMISSION TO BE CHARGED 9:00 AM Judging Baking, Candy, Floral Division, Gourd Show Art Hall 5:30 PM BAKED GOODS AUCTION Rotary Pavilion 7:00 PM OSTPA TRUCK AND TRACTOR PULL Grandstand Saturday, October 3 9:00 AM Opening Ceremonies and Crowning of the Fair King & Queen Rotary Pavilion 9:30 AM Pony Pull Grandstand 1:00 PM HARNESS RACING (Pari-Mutuels) Grandstand /Track 7:30 PM A-BAR Rodeo’s BULL MANIA (Bull riding) Grandstand Sunday, October 4 9:00 AM HORSE PULL Grandstand 9:00 AM Open Class Beef Show Dairy Barn Arena 9:00 AM Open Llama Show Hunter Arena 1:00 PM HARNESS RACING (Pari-Mutuels) Grandstand /Track 7:30 PM Timothy Paul (Track seating available at $5.00 per seat beginning at 5:00 p.m.) Grandstand Monday, October 5 8:30 AM Open Class Sheep Show Sheep Arena 11:00AM Open Draft Horse & Pony Hitch Show Outdoor Arena 11:30 AM Pie & Cake Contest Judging Art Hall 1:00 PM HARNESS RACING (Pari-Mutuels) Grandstand /Track 5:30 PM Pie & Cake Auction Pavillion 7:00 PM Jamey Johnson (Track seating available at $5.00 per seat beginning at 5:00 p.m.) Grandstand Tuesday, October 6 9:00 AM Open Class Horse Show and Pony Show Hunter Arena & Outdoor Arena 9:30 AM Open Class Dairy Show Dairy Barn Arena 1:00 PM HARNESS RACING (Pari-Mutuels) Grandstand /Track 7:00 PM Open Truck and Tractor Pull Grandstand Wednesday, October 7 9:00AM Draft Horse Show (Hitch Class for Stabled Horse Only) Hunter Arena 9:00 AM County Tractor Pull Grandstand 5:45 PM Antique Tractor Parade (forms at Antique Tractor Building & proceeds to Grandstand) Antique Tractor Building 6:30 PM Market Hog Show Hunter Arena 7:30PM ROUGH TRUCK CONTEST Grandstand Thursday, October 8 10:30 AM Skidsteer Rodeo Outdoor Arena 7:30 PM Moto Cross Racing Grandstand


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Down Through the Years:

Five current Junior Fair Board members share the same Great, Great Grandparents

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1900. His descendants have lived here ever since. “I think our family has lived here for so long because it’s such a nice place to live,” said Sue, “It’s an agricultural community and it’s a good place to bring up kids.” Throughout the years, the Eberwine family has collected pictures, newspaper clippings, and family memorabilia and has created a personal genealogy book. The book contains 65 pages of rich family history. “I definitely feel more connected with my family members because of all this,” said Sue. Editor’s Note: When Sue Eberwine brought in the material for this article, Publisher and owner of The Beacon, Mark Fortune, noticed that the book featuring the photograph of John and Louisa Eberwine was the same that is in the Fortune household. This is because Nancy (Eberwine) Fortune is the daughter of John and Violet Eberwine (both deceased) of Coshocton. The Fortune’s have a daughter, Jessica, that was involved in Coshocton County 4-H for 11 years and their son Jacob, (15) has been involved since he was first eligible for the clover bud program. Fortune said, “It is really pretty neat to find out that you are related to people that you know and respect. The Coshocton County Fair is truly a family event in more ways than one!”

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Senior Fair Board Members

In memory of

Charles D. Easter Charlie passed away suddenly December 16, 2008. He served as Director for 20 years. He was superintendent of several departments, most recently as Inside Concession Manager and Superintendent of the Llama Department. Charlie also served as President and Vice President as well as the head of the Executive and Finance Committees. Charlie loved the fair and was instrumental in doing most of the improvements and additions to the grounds and buildings. His handiwork and carpentry work can be seen in just about every corner of the grounds. He donated his talents and time, expecting nothing in return. He did it for the love of the Fair. He was a most valuable asset to the Board of Directors and will be greatly missed by his Fair Family and Friends.

John McAllister President

Jerry Lower 1st Vice President

Gail Williamson 2nd Vice President

James McClure Treasurer

Linda White Secretary

Rodney Adams

Robert Buxton

Jim Childress

Steve Croft

Dave Hamric

Ward Karr

Rod Lindsey

Dan Markley

Jason Massie

Terry McCurdy

Keith Pepper

Kim Wells

Albert Young

Wayne Young

Johnny Conley

Wishes all 4-H Participants “Good Luck!”

In loving memory of Charles D. Easter.

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2009 COSHOCTON COUNTY FAIR ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE

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Parking lots & Driveways residential & commercial Hot Pour crack filling line striping top grade sealer

Saturday, October 3

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Wednesday, October 7

Rough Truck Contest.........................................................................7:30 p.m./Grandstand

Customer Appreciation Day!

Thursday, October 8

Skidsteer Rodeo..........................................................................10:30 a.m./Outdoor Arena Moto Cross Racing.............................................................................7:30 p.m./Grandstand

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Good Luck to all 4-H and FFA Exhibitors!

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County Fair Traffic Flow to Change on Kenilworth Avenue

As in the past years during the county fair, the city will return Kenilworth Avenue between 7th and 8th Streets to one-way traffic beginning Monday, September 21st until Friday, October 9th. Traffic may only travel east on Kenilworth Avenue between 7th and 8th during that time period. “NO PARKING” signs will be erected to prohibit parking on that section of Kenilworth during the actual fair dates. This no-parking ban is to ease the flow of traffic of the big trucks hauling tractors, entertainment crews, etc., as they negotiate Kenilworth Avenue and make the turn into the 8th Street gate at the fairgrounds. Traffic going north on 7th Street from Bank Street/Otsego Avenue will not be allowed to go through to the main Fair entrance. Traffic will be detoured west on Alder Street.

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