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ONE HUNDRED SIXTIETH

COSHOCTON COUNTY FAIR

SEPT 30 - OCT 6 • 2011 AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, LIVESTOCK, ETC COSHOCTON COUNTY CELEBRATING 200 YEARS!

JUNIOR & SENIOR FAIR SCHEDULES

ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULES

MAP OF FAIRGROUNDS

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AgLand Co-Op ...................4 Annin Flagmakers ...........16 Avon - Nancy Gibbs...........4 Canal Cargo ....................19 Cantwell Creek Garden Center .........................10 Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Coshocton ...................24 Coshocton Automotive/ NAPA ..........................20 Coshocton City Home Health Agency ..........................5 Coshocton County Agriculture Society ..........................3 Coshocton County Memorial Hospital .......................15 Coshocton Driving Training School .........................20 Coshocton Grain Company .....................10 Coshocton Health and Rehabilitation Center ...17 Coshocton Lumber ............6 Coshocton Metropolitan Housing Authority ........14 Dale Gress Auctioneer and Real Estate ..................22 Endsley Agency ..............21 Extermital .......................21 Farm Credit Services...6, 12 Forest Hill Septic ............22 Frontier Power Company .....................18

Gerber and Sons, Inc.......16 Gospel Hill Ministry...........8 Grier, Tom, Councilman at Large .............................7 Hershberger Country Store ...........................14 Keene United Methodist Church...........................4 Kids America Sporting Complex ......................20 Kids Corner Closet ..........14 Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland .........18 Lacy Meats.......................4 Lasting Adventures - Jerry Dillon .............................8 Linnet’s Flowers On the Square ...........................7 McFarland, Randy, Jefferson Twp. Trustee .................8 Mercantile on Main .........13 Millcreek Equipment..........7 Miller’s Storage Barn ........5 Milligan Memorials..........14 Miss Jennifer’s Dance Studio............................7 Mosier Computer ............19 Nationwide Insurance - John A. Dunlap.......................5 New York’s Deli and Beverage .....................18 Olde Town Realty Deb Myers ............................8

Oxford Resource Partners ......................10 Pearl Valley Cheese ..........6 PuroClean On the Spot......9 Real Living - The Right Choice ...................16, 21 Roscoe Hillside Cabins ......6 Roscoe United Methodist Church.........................10 Route 5 Auto Sales.........18 SanCasT, Inc. ...................4 Seton Coshocton ............16 Sheree’s Salon and Spa...19 Simple Signs ...................22 Statements by Shannon ..19 Superior Basements ........11 Taylor Insurance Allstate .......................20 The Garden Patch ...........11 The Power Shop .............21 TMK Bakersville .............18 Valley ATV......................11 Village Pantry .................23 Walhonding Valley Sand and Gravel...............................2 Warehouse Steak-nStein............................22 Whit’s Frozen Custard.....19 Your Pizza Shoppe ..........11

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Pictured here are the 2010 Coshocton County Fair King and Queen, Emily Stout and Jordan Mullet. The 2011 Coshocton County Fair King and Queen will be crowned on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 9 a.m. at the Rotary Pavilion during opening ceremonies. BEaCOn FilE PhOTO

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SENIOR FAIR SCHEDULE

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JUNIOR FAIR SCHEDULE

Wednesday, September 28 9:00 PM All Youth Building Projects Must Be In Place Friday, September 30 6:30 AM Weigh-in for Market Hogs (until 8 p.m.) Jr. Fair Swine Bldg. 9:00 AM Hay Show Youth Building 10:00 AM 4-H Booth Judging 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 1 8:30 AM Weigh-in for Goats, Sheep, Market Steers and Feeder Calves 9:00 AM Opening Ceremonies, Crowning of County Fair Rotary Pavilion King and Queen 9:00 AM Poultry Show Junior Fair Arena 9:00 AM Horse Show Hunter Arena 3:00 PM Junior Fair Goat Show : Fun Classes, Pack, Meat, Junior Fair Arena Pygmy, Dairy, Angora 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 2 2:00 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 3 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 4 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 5 Thursday, October 6 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 Hunter Arena Animals Sold at the Auction Will be Released as Sold 7:00 PM Youth Building Exhibits Released

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Wednesday, September 28 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, September 29 9:00 AM Judging Needlecraft, Sewing, Weaving, Hobby Show, Art Hall Antiques & Misc. Division 1:00 PM Judging Giftwrap, Holiday Seasons, & Silk Flowers Art Hall 2:00 PM Judging Homemade Wine Art Hall Friday, September 30 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 1 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 2 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 Rorey Wesney Grandstand Monday, October 3 9:00 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 ATV Rodeo Grandstand Tuesday, October 4 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 Singing Showdown Finals Grandstand /Track 5:30 PM Kiddie Tractor Pull Grandstand 7:00 PM Open Truck and Tractor Pull Grandstand Wednesday, October 5 9:00AM Draft Horse Show (Hitch Class for Stabled Horse Only) 10:00 AM Miniature Horse Show (Haul-in only) Hunter Arena 9:00 AM Open Tractor Pull Grandstand 5:45 PM Antique Tractor Parade Antique Tractor Building 6:30 PM Market Hog Show Hunter Arena 7:30PM ROUGH TRUCK CONTEST Grandstand Thursday, October 6 10:30 AM Skidsteer Rodeo Outdoor Arena 7:00 PM Moto Cross Racing Grandstand

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Nancy Grubbs

Independent Sales Rep./Recruiter

AVON REPS NEEDED! START TODAY!

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Phone: 740-622-9878 E-mail: ngrubbs@tusco.net

SanCasT, Inc. 535 Clow Lane, P.O. Box 88 Coshocton, Ohio 43812-9782 Fax (740) 622-8663

Saturday, October 1 Harness Racing (Pari-Mutuels).........1:00 PM // Grandstand / Track A-BAR Rodeo’s Bull Mania (Bull Riding)......7:30 PM // Grandstand

Phone (740) 622-8660

Sunday, October 2 Harness Racing (Pari-Mutuels).........1:00 PM // Grandstand / Track Rory Wesney.................................................7:30 PM // Grandstand

“Salt and Light in the World”

September 28, 2011

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Rev. Dairel Kaiser

Worship Service Sunday School Adult - 8:30am Jr./Sr. High - 9:00am Children - 9:30am

Monday, October 3 Harness Racing (Pari-Mutuels).........1:00 PM // Grandstand / Track Pie and Cake Auction.........................................5:30 PM // Pavillion ATV Rodeo....................................................7:00 PM // Grandstand

Tuesday, October 4

27100 CR 1 • Coshocton • 740-622-8059

Singing Showdown Finals.................1:00 PM // Grandstand / Track Open Truck and Tractor Pull.........................7:00 PM // Grandstand

COME VISIT US AT THE FAIR, LOCATED BETWEEN HUNTER ARENA & THE BEEF BARN FOR YOUR Wednesday, October 5 SHOW SUPPLIES, FEED, AND BEDDING!

Rough Truck Contest....................................7:30 PM // Grandstand

LAWN & GARDEN

• Grass Seed • Vegetable & Flower Seeds • Onion Sets & Seed Potatoes • Fertilizer

PETS

• Vaccines • Food • Supplies • Bird Feed

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Friday, September 30 OSTPA Truck and Tractor Pull......................7:00 PM // Grandstand

COMPLIMENTS OF

Keene United Methodist Church

9:30am

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Purina Mills, Inc.

Thursday, October 6 Skidsteer Rodeo.....................................10:30 AM // Outdoor Arena Moto Cross Racing.......................................7:30 PM // Grandstand

AGRICULTURE

• Livestock Feed • Show Feeds • Horse Feeds • Fencing • Animal Supplies

AGRICULTURE

• Salt Blocks • Wild Bird Seed & Suit Cakes • Deer Plot Seed

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Saturday, october 1 7:30 p.m. grandstand

Enjoy the Fair! John A. Dunlop

Nationwide Financial Network®

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On Your Side®

405 S. Whitewoman Street Coshocton, OH 43812 Tel 740-622-4647 dunlopj@nationwide.com

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MILLER’S

400 Browns Lane • 622-1736

September 28, 2011

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A-Bar has stood the test of time when it comes to professional rodeo. They have been providing quality family entertainment to crowds of all ages! Pat & Mary’s rodeo roots dig deep into their family history as Pat used to ride bulls and broncs before becoming involved with producing and contracting rodeos and bull riding events over ten years ago. Mary also plays perhaps a more important roll as the official rodeo secretary, who pays off the top contestants at each event. The bulls are a part of the family as well! Socks, Smurf and Okeechobee, are all part of the family, set up a show to for them to do their thing! A-Bar offers sanctioned or non-sanctioned, professional rodeo events for fairs, charity fundraisers or for the heck of it! Building a solid show is what A-Bar Rodeo Productions has the experience to do. With top rodeo rough stock, the quality of contestants follow. A-Bar is able to attract the type of cowboys and girls that your crowd will enjoy watching. Not only that, but the Ayers family will hire some of the country’s best acts and personnel that will keep the show running smoothly. A-Bar has the personnel to make your show work. They have world champion rodeo clowns like Bobby Cox and Ryan Rodriguez. World champion Announcer Ronnie Lee Osterholt has been able to bring his talents along with concert sound to almost any grandstand or arena.


2011 Senior Fair Board Members

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Gail Williamson 1st Vice President

Terry McCurdy 2nd Vice President

James McClure Treasurer

Linda White Secretary

Rodney Adams

Robert Buxton

Steve Croft

Debbie Gaumer

Ward Karr

HAVE FUN AT THE FAIR!

SUPPORT YOUR COSHOCTON COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR AUCTION!

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Sale of Champions Market Chickens, Wether Goats, Turkeys, Market Ducks, Rabbit Fryers

Hunter Arena: Feeder Calves, Market Lambs, Market Hogs, Market Steers

54775 White Eyes T.R. 90 Fresno

IF UNABLE TO ATTEND –

Hours: Mon. - Sat. 8-5

6 miles north of 36 on Rt. 93

740-545-6002

CONTACT KELLY & SUZANNE AT Farm Credit Services

622-6006 to purchase for you at the Jr. Fair Auction

1201 Walnut St. • Coshocton Phone: 740.622.0198 Store Hours: M – F 7-5, Sat 8-2

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Jerry Lower President


2011 Senior Fair Board Members

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Jason Massie

John McAllister

Keith Pepper

Mike Woodword

Albert Young

Wayne Young

Johnny Conley

TAKE HOME A WAGON

Miss Jennifer’s Dance Studio

Dance Classes for All Ages

Jacob S. Miller, Owner 32801 CR 12 • Millersburg, OH (Coshocton County)

Voicemail: 740-622-1109

Hours: Mon-Fri 8-5; Sat. 8-12

COUNCILMAN

FOR

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Remember when…at the coshocton county Fair

By BeTh ScoTT through the fair.” Sharon Thomas was an active member of 4-H and now, has passed that love down to her 7-year-old grandson. “I remember as a grade school child we would always get a ticket to go to the fair and I also remember being in 4-H and setting up our 4-H booth. I was with Keene Hill and Valley Girls at the time and that was always a really fun thing. “Also, we didn’t buy the fair food,” she said. “We would take a picnic lunch and then we would meet at a certain time and we would go spread out a tablecloth and my grandmother would open up our picnic basket and we would have our lunch that way.” In 4-H, Thomas had quite an impressive array of projects she had done. “I did everything from flower gardening to cooking to sewing to making cinnamon rolls, breads, all of that. The one thing I could not do, and that was making pie crust. Could not make a pie crust for any reason. No way. Thomas remembers a lot about 4-H and the fair, having many fond memories with both. But what she remembers most is the many ribbons she won at the fair for her 4-H projects. She was also the state dairy winner and received a watch through the Carnation Company. “I’m very much a fan of 4-H,” she said. “I am a very strong promoter of 4-H. It teaches them (the youth) how to get along with each other. It also teaches them to work on a project and stay at it. My advisors were the greatest in the world,” she said. “Lola Endsley was in charge of our cooking, and my sewing advisor was Olive Martin. They were wonderful, and Olive made me tear out so many stitches because you had to get it just right, but I remember it to this day.” Thomas also hand-made all of her clothes while in high school. Agnes Bechtol has entered candies, chocolates, and antiques in the See ‘MeMoRieS’ on page 10

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LASTING ADVENTURES

TAXIDERMY, LLC.

Welcome to the Coshocton County Fair!

Jefferson Twp. Trustee

lastingadventures@gmail.com www.lastingadventurestaxidermy.com

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Jerry Dillon • (330) 608-7881

Paid for by the candidate Randy McFarland, 25087 TR 53, Warsaw, OH 43844

If you are looking to buy or sell a home -

“I make it happen, you make it home.”

Contact Debbie Myers at 740-502-1589

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The fair holds many memories for the people of Coshocton County. Whether it’s getting a chance to ride on the Ferris wheel, sampling some of the fine fair food, or just being able to spend time with family and friends, the fair holds special memories for any long-time resident of the county. Here are a few stories from the generous people at the Coshocton County Senior Center. Nancy Buehler and her family went to the fair once a year. She remembers, “It was great to get to ride on the rides because we didn’t have anything like that, you know.” She said she remembers the fair was all about having fun. “We rode on the merry-go-round and the Ferris wheel, looked at the animals and just visited with people. It was great. Back in the 30s, you didn’t buy any food at the fair, you took it a picnic, and people that you knew could eat with you. It was 10 cents to rides on things, so $1 went a good ways.” Diana Caton remembers playing in the band every year at the fair when she was in high school. “When I was in high school, the Coshocton High School band used to go out,” she said. “I was in the band, and we looked forward to going out there. It could be beautiful weather and every time we would go out, it would either be snowing or muddy or rainy. We’d go slushing through the rain and we had the best time. We just had a great time. I was out there (at the fair) probably about every other day. She said she remembers, “The number of people that went, the games, they had so many different games. I don’t know, just the camaraderie. You’d see people at the fair that you didn’t see all year. I still do. I see people at the fair here in Coshocton that I never see the whole rest of the year, which is kind of neat. I miss some of the grandstand shows. They used to have some pretty big-name people come in. I just kind of miss that. But people can’t afford to go anymore. You have to cut back on some things, but I still enjoy the fair. I go out and get something to eat and walk

Gospel Hill Ministry Visit us at the #2 Commercial Building located at the north end of the mid-way at the Coshocton County Fair.

Come visit the Lighthouse. From the top of the lighthouse you can look out over the beautiful valleys and forests of Coshocton County.

51910 Twp Rd 170 • Fresno, OH 43824 Hours: By Appointment Only

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Be sure to tune in and listen to the Radio Program Monday—Friday 11:45 AM on 99.3 WTNS; Sunday 8 AM & 11 PM on 99.9 WTUZ-FM

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Gospel Hill Lighthouse

Located 3 mi. north off US Rt 36, 9 miles west from Historic Roscoe Village. The Lighthouse is open Monday-Friday 9 AM-3 PM evenings & weekends by appointment. For information call 740-824-3300 or log onto www.gospelhill.org


Rorey Wesney

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and has never been able to get enough. Rorey just completed his first full- length album. Traveling to Nashville all of these years is finally paying off. He looks forward to all of the fans being able to hear these 12 great songs; he had a hand in writing. Some of his songs contain the mastery song writing styles of Dan Mitchell (Alabama- If You’re Gonna Play in Texas), Buck Moore (Tracey Lawrence- Paint Me A Birmingham) and many other talented songwriters. Rorey has a strong bond with his fans. He understands what it means to be a hardworking, family- loving, God- fearing United States citizen these days. Rorey enjoys being with his loyal fans, whether it’s performing live or just hanging out. He knows he can give all of these great country music lovers just what they are looking for… Rorey is working with HMG management, an inspirational network in Nashville. His current single “Any Other Way” is on HMG’s compilation album, which is distributed across the nation to several radio stations. He was a featured artist in February’s edition of PowerSource Magazine.

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Rorey’s fans compare his sound to a blend of the traditional artistry of Merle Haggard and George Strait. He also has a modern appeal to his country roots such as Brad Paisley. However, Rorey stands alone with a distinct voice all his own. He has become a triple threat to the music industry. His singing captures the audience with a raw passion and as a songwriter he can grab their hearts with a single verse. He leaves the crowd in wonderment as he runs up and down the neck of his six- string. Working with some of the best musicians, song- writers and management teams in Nashville only makes him that much more versatile. It is not much of a surprise he lives for country music, it has always been a part of his life. Rorey spent most of his younger years listening to family members from both his mother and father’s side of the family play. He had the honor of playing guitar for Johnny Paycheck at the tender age of thirteen. When he turned 19 he went out on the road with dynamic country star Danielle Peck, opening up for bigger acts at area fairs and touring the east coast. Rorey then decided to venture out on his own. He came to love being the center stage attraction

Rorey Wesney

Sunday, October 2 7:30 p.m. Grandstand


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740-622-7780

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COSHOCTON GRAIN COMPANY

475 High St (Roscoe Village) Coshocton

Pastor, Coralee Cox pastorcoralee@yahoo.com

Memories

“We’re proud of all 4-H & FFA participants.”

Roscoe United Methodist Church

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P.O. BOX 606 COSHOCTON, OHIO 43812 740-622-0941 www.coshoctongrain.com

Holiday shopping made easy at Cantwell Creek Garden Center! Purchase a gift certificate of any amount and we will give you a gift certificate equal to half the value! {EXAMPLE: Purchase a $50 gift certificate, we give you a $25 for free!} (exclusions apply, expires 10/31/11)

BEAUTIFUL FALL SEASON DECOR! Mums • Corn Stalks • Straw Bales • Pumpkins • Gourds • Garden Flags! Locally made Soy Candles in seasonal scents Pumpkin Spice • Pumpkin Pie • Candy Corn • Cotton Candy Small - $10 Large - $15 Plant Bulbs now for welcoming Spring color! Tulips • Daffodils • Crocus

2011 Harness Racing Schedule

Fall Hours: Tues - Thurs: 10-5 Fri - Sat: 10-4

622.0283

601 West Chestnut, just past Roscoe Village

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county fair for several years, one year winning Best of Show. She said the fair has improved, but she didn’t really care for the fair the first time she went. “The first time I went to the fair was just after my husband and I were married in 1953. I’m from West Virginia, so I didn’t know anything about the fair. His family always went early in the morning till the dark of night and took picnic baskets and all that. I left down there and I looked at my husband and I said, ‘The next time, we drive our own car. This is not my cup of tea.’ However, the fair has grown on her, although she doesn’t stay all day anymore, “I’ve entered in the fair now for several years. One year I entered 12 entries and got 13 ribbons. I got the Best of Show, but I enjoy doing it. I enjoy the fair now. Of course, I can come and go as I please.” Marjorie Lower said she goes to the fair each year mainly to sample the waffles. “I like the fair because I like the waffles. I go for waffles. When I help the Senior Center, my main thing is I’ve got to have time to go out and get me some waffles because that’s one of my favorites.” When asked if the fair has improved, she replied, “Well, I think it’s always been pretty good. I think most people that went over the years enjoyed it, so I think it’s a good fair.”

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For Albert Young and his wife Martha, agriculture and showing at county fairs is in their blood. Their family has been involved with the Coshocton County Fair for many years, as Martha’s father was a member of the Fair Board. Their passion for county fairs has continued today as Albert has served on the Fair Board for 26 years and neither one has missed a county fair since they were married. They have even passed their love for planting and harvesting on to their two sons, Butch and Wayne. Both plant and harvest apples, potatoes, corn and pumpkins for the fair, and Wayne currently serves on the Fair Board. Albert became a member of the Fair Board in 1985 and has been in charge of the sheep, llamas, and exhibits in the Junior Fair Building in the past. He is currently in charge of the Agriculture Hall and has been since 1992. Both he and Martha commented that they always enjoy seeing people come through the hall to view the exhibits. “It’s just interesting to hear the remarks,” said Martha, “A lot of people come through and say this is their favorite hall or we come to this fair every year just to see this hall, people from out of the county. That’s always good to hear.” She also commented that the Coshocton County Fair always falls at the right time of the year because early October is when the produce is in its prime. They are also thankful that the residents of Coshocton County are willing to do the exhibits every year. “We have a lot of stuff in the hall, but it takes a lot of people, a lot of exhibitors, that are willing to take the time and bring this stuff and put it up and do it,” Martha said, “They help make the show… We have a lot of outstanding farmers in Coshocton County, we think, and they grow really good corn and things like that.” Martha said she enjoys seeing the young kids show some of their produce at the fair, as it helps them gain some exposure in showing and is educational. She also has worked with the kids at the Livestock Sale for

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Non-Livestock Adventures With Your Camera, A – Morgan Lawrence, Equine Explorers 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Award Adventures With Your Camera, B – Elizabeth Lozowski, Cool Keene Kids, Outstanding of the Day Award Bicycle Adventures I, Age 11 & Under – Cole Shaw, Clock Trophy, Mohawk Valley 4-H Club Cake Decorating, Senior – Caitlyn Williams, Future Leaders 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Award Clothes for High School – Shelby Matchett, Extreme Achievers 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Award Creative Arts, Junior – Chase Jackson, Rock Run 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Award Demonstration, Junior Individual – Anna Egbert, Krafty Kritters 4-H Club, Clock Trophy Exploring Our Forests – Elizabeth Lozowski, Cool Keene Kids 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day First Aid, Junior – Olivia Griffith, This-N-That 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Award From Airedales to Zebras – Josie Fornara, Sew & So’s, Outstanding of the Day Award Health & Safety Skits –Joe Batchelor, Active Achievers 4-H Club, Lauren Hire, Active Achievers 4-H Club, Sara Kittner, Krafty Kritters 4-H Club, Madeline Hire, Active Achievers 4-H Club, Mary Skelton, Active Achievers 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Award Jr. Rifle – Will Fornara, Sew & So’s 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Jr. Rope – John Brems, Sew & So’s 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Let’s Bake Quick Breads – Sarah Kittner, Krafty Kritters 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Let’s Explore the Outdoors – Rachel Lozowski, Cool Keene Kids 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Lounging Apparel – Elisha Hamric, Magic Makers 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Award Making the Cut, Junior – Nathan Gano, Winner 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Award Meals in Minutes – Abigail Ambrose, Mohawk Valley 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Ohio Birds – Gretchen Lozowski, Cool Keene Kids 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Sr. Living History – Liz Kittner, Krafty Kritters, 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day Teens On the Road to Financial Success I – Chase Reveal, Happy Tracks 4-H Club, Outstanding of the Day

Livestock Ayrshire Fall Calf (Sept. 1-Nov. 30, 2010) – Rachel Duncan, Hamilton Valley Hustlers 4-H Club, 2nd Place Ayrshire Senior Showmanship (Ages 15 & over) – Rachel Duncan, Hamilton Valley Hustlers 4-H Club, 2nd Place Holstein Senior Showmanship (Ages 15 & over) – Todd Lahmers, Progressive Livestock 4-H Club, 2nd Place Holstein Spring Heifer Calf (born 3/1/11; over 4 mths.) – Rachel Duncan, Hamilton Valley Hustlers 4-H Club, 3rd Place Junior Angus, Early Jr. Yearling Heifer – Jordan Mullett, Winner 4-H Club, 1st place Junior Hereford, Winter Heifer Calf – Abbey Kellish, Magic Makers 4-H Club, 1st place Junior Hereford, Summer Yearling Heifer – Taylor Kellish, Magic Makers 4-H Club, 1st place Junior Limousin, Late Spring Yearling – Hannah Williamson, Ridgerunners 4-H Club, 1st place Junior Limousin, Late Spring Yearling – Hannah Williamson, Ridgerunners 4-H Club, 2nd place Junior Limousin, Sr. Yearling – Hannah Williamson, Ridgerunners 4-H Club, 1st place Junior Limousin, YRP Limousin Champion – Hannah Williamson, Ridgerunners 4-H Club, 1st place Junior Maine-Anjou, Maine-Tainer Jr. Calf – Jordan Mullett, Winner 4-H Club, 2nd place Muscle Quality & Performance Barrows, Class 5 – Elisha Hamric, Magic Makers 4-H Club, 2nd Place

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member of the Kamelid Kushers 4-H Club, is the current Vice-President and has held every office. She is in her second year of Post Secondary at Kent State Tuscarawas, has been a member of the junior fairboard for two years and is the superintendent of the poultry show. Elson has been involved with the food and fashion board, junior leaders and a fair advisory committee member for 4 years, a seven year participant at of 4-H camp and a 4-H camp counselor for 2 years, was inducted into National Honor Society in 2010-2011, been a Coshocton County Peer Mentor for 3 years, member of Coshocton Christian Tabernacle Youth Group for 5 years, elementary school volunteer for 1 year, her River View High School Clubs include; math, SADD and Letterman’s club. Elson is on the River View High track team with 1 year on JV and 2 years on Varsity.

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Joy Lynn Heller, daughter of Larry and Mary Lou Heller, is attending Ridgewood High School and is a member of the Plainfield United Methodist Church, has been involved with Girl Scouts for 13 years and has received Bronze, Silver and Gold awards, a member of 4-H for 10 years where she has been club President and treasurer, a water safety instructor and 2 years teaching swimming lessons and a lifeguard for the American Red Cross, involved in drama plays at school, Concert and Treble Chorus where she received a first place at state, is a Post Secondary Student through COTC, is involved in volleyball and track, and dances at Miss Jody’s including tap, ballet, jazz.

Danielle Woodward Wells, daughter of D. Woodward Wells and Tom Wells, is a 12 year member of Lucky Learners 4-H and 2 years in FFA. She is a graduate of Coshocton County Youth Leadership class of 2011, Coshocton Youth Foundation, a member of the junior fairboard since 2010, Grace United Methodist Church and has almost 100 hours of community service. Danielle is an active club member with Lucky Learners, currently the reporter and has been; President, Vice-President and secretary. She has achieved the Equine Merit Award, various county medals of honor, earned the Greenhand Degree and Chapter Degree in FFA, class of 2012 home school representation, superintendent of the county fair junior sheep show and has volunteered at Echoing Hills, Hopewell, a variety of 4-H events, the Coshocton County Senior Center and Silver Bar Saddle Club.

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Seth Finton, son of Steven and Andrea Finton, is a Ridgewood FFA member. He attends Ridgewood High School and has shown market hogs for 6 years and is a Coshocton County Junior Fairboard member, Junior Leader 4-H Club member, Ridgewood Varsity Golf Team, Foreign Language Club member, Ridgewood FFA Public Speaking (4th in District), Ridgewood FFA Meats Team (3rd in the District), Ridgewood FFA Parliamentary Procedure Team member.

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2011 Junior Fair Board Members

Junior Fair Board

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Alex Boone

Brandon Bowles

Paige Bowman

Adrianna Childress

Kurtis Croft

Katy Daugherty

Christian Deibel

Lauren Brinker

Patrick Brouse

Coshocton Driver Training School is offering a $25 Discount!

Indoor Sports Complex

KA 10th Year Celebration

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Join Kids America for our 10th Year Anniversary Celebration on Saturday October 22, 2011! We are celebrating 10 years of being a part of the Coshocton County Community.

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Visit us on the web at www.kids-america.org Call us about any of our activities at 740.622.6657

Call 740-622-9500 to sign up today!

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Congratulations to all our Coshocton County Fair Participants!

Come and visit with our sponsors, enjoy great games, organized tournaments, and family fun from 1 pm-5 pm for FREE! Concessions will be available.

Day: Saturday Date: October 22, 2011 Time: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Admission Cost: FREE!

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Call us about our great Multi Policy Discounts! “Good Students Deserve More Than an Honor Roll Bumper Sticker...That’s Our Stand ”

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REAT DAY AT KIDS AMERICA G A S ’ ! IT

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September 28, 2011

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2011 Junior Fair Board Members

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Cristy Gilmore

Nigel Hackenbracht

Elisha Hamric

Bradley Johnson

Ruth Maloy

Justine Moran

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2011 Junior Fair Board Members

Junior Fair Board

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Emily Stout

Kristy Stout

Lisa Stutzman

Marion Stutzman

Hannah Williamson

September 28, 2011

The Coshocton County Junior Fair is directed by a board of 34 youth representing Boy Scouts, 4-H, FFA, Junior Grange, Girl Scouts, and Farm Bureau Youth. Members of the Junior Fairboard are appointed or elected by the respective organizations to serve a two-year term. The planning and activities of the Junior Fairboard are guided by advisors from the organizations comprising the Junior Fairboard.

Amanda Yoder

Rachelle Yoder

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Come see us at the Fair!

WEDNESDAY - “All you can eat Walleye” $10 RIB NIGHT: 6 bone ribs for $10, 12 bone ribs for $15 BUILD YOUR OWN APPETIZER: Select three with two sauces $8 THURSDAY - “PRIME RIB THURSDAY” - Prime Rib with baked potato $10 MONDAY - THURSDAY: HALF PRICE APPETIZERS (between 4-6pm) No carryout on daily specials

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TO THE COSHOCTON COUNTY FAIR BOARD FOR A SUCCESSFUL 160TH COUNTY FAIR!

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We offer quality cookware from these popular brands...

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As in past years during the county fair, the city will return Kenilworth Avenue, between 7th and 8th Streets, to one-way traffic beginning Monday, Sept. 26 through Thursday, Oct. 6. Traffic may only travel east on Kenilworth 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 Sept. 30 – Oct. 6. 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 or Otsego Avenue will not be allowed to go through to the main Fair entrance. Traffic will be detoured west on Ash Street during the week of the fair.


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Proud Sponsor of the Coshocton County Fair! 2012 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4WD, 3.6L V-6, Auto

2012 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE/AVP FWD, 3.6L V-6, Auto

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2012 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING FWD, 2.4L 4cyl, Auto

$22,830

2011 DODGE RAM 1500 ST

4WD, 5.7L V-8, Auto

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2008 BUICK LACROSSE CXL FWD, 3.8L V-6, Auto

2007 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4WD, 5.3L V-8, Auto

$12,898 2010 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT, FWD, 3.8L V-6, Auto

2004 DODGE DURANGO SLT 4WD, 4.7L V-8, Auto

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Quad Cab, 4WD, 5.9L V-8

2009 DODGE RAM 1500 CREW 4WD, 5.7L V-8, Auto

$9,995 2005 DODGE RAM 1500 RWD, 4.7L V-8

$27,995 2008 FORD RANGER

Super Cab, 4WD, 4.0L V-6

$12,995

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SE, FWD, 3.3L V-6, Auto

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$18,495 2002 DODGE RAM 2500

2007 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN

$11,995 2007 GMC YUKON XL 1500 AWD, 6.2L V-8, Auto

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The Beacon

September 28, 2011

New include all discounts & rebates plus tax & title

Eric Tincher Steve Gentile General Manager Finance Manager

Rich West Sales Manager

Bryan Bush Sales

Shawn Locke Sales

Blake Watts Sales

CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE OF COSHOCTON 1921 Otsego Ave, Coshocton • 740.622.3936 • 866.622.0207 www.cjdofcoshocton.com


2011 Coshocton County Fair Tab