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FAIR SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 4, 2012

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Dale Gress Real Estate ........10 Endsley Agency Insurance and Real Estate.......................13 Extermital Termite & Pest Control .............................22 Farm Credit Services of MidAmerica............................11 Frontier Power Company .....15 Frontier Supply Co./Frontier Propane ..............................5 Gerber & Sons, Inc. ...............6 Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County ..............6 Hardee’s..............................19 J&R Door ............................14 Janet S. Mosier, Clerk of Courts ................................4 Janette Donaker, Coshocton County Treasurer................4 Johnson’s Plumbing & Heating Co. ..................................17 Kids America Indoor Sports Venue ...............................21 Kids Corner Closet...............23 Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation Coshocton ....5 Lacy Meats .........................20 Mercantile on Main, LLC ......13 Milligan Memorials...............17 Miss Jennifer’s Dance Studio...............................22 Mohawk Country Store..........4 Mosier Computer .................14 New York’s Deli and Beverage ............................6 Ohio Heritage Bank..............16

Olde Town Realty, Debbie Myers.................................8 Optics Vision Plus Center .......4 Pearl Valley Cheese ...............8 Real Living The Right Choice, Tom Dile...........................14 Roscoe Hillside Cabins..........13 Roscoe United Methodist Church..............................21 Route 5 Auto Sales..............16 SanCasT, Inc. ......................19 Seton Coshocton Apartments ........................4 Shaker House ......................19 Simple Signs........................17 Statements by Shannon.......19 Superior Basement Systems ...........................20 Taylor Insurance and Financial Services ...........................18 The Garden Patch Greenhouse ......................15 The Power Shop ..................21 The Village Pantry of Roscoe .............................12 TMK Bakersville ..................21 Triple ‘R’ Stables .................23 Valley ATV.............................2 Van Blanchard, Juvenile & Probate Court Judge.........14 Walhonding Valley Sand & Gravel Co. ..................................13 Walsh Motor Sales ..............12 Whit’s Frozen Custard..........11

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AgLand Co-Op......................22 Albertson Lawrence Agency .............................20 Amore’s Koi Farm ................10 Annin Flagmakers ................10 Autumn Health Care Inc.......18 Avon, Nancy Grubbs, Independent Sales Rep......18 B-Dry System ........................8 C and M Collectibles ............12 Cantwell Creek Garden Center ................................6 Carol Goff & Associates, LLC ..................................17 Century 21 Court Square Realty & Auction, Inc. .................22 Christine Sycks, County Auditor ...............................8 Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Coshocton ........................24 Colonial Sports - n - Courts ..10 Coshocton Bowling Center...16 Coshocton City Home Health Agency .............................11 Coshocton County Agriculture Society...............................3 Coshocton County Memorial Hospital..............................7 Coshocton Glass Service......23 Coshocton Grain Company...16 Coshocton Lumber Co..........18 Coshocton Metropolitan Housing Authority....................12, 15 Coshocton NAPA Auto Parts ................................15 Coshocton Tire ....................20 Crowtown Pizza.....................9

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 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

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 9:00 PM All Youth Building Projects Must Be In Place THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 6:00 PM Weigh-in for Goats, Sheep . If you have other animals you can bring them in also. 6:00 PM Pick up Drug Use Notification Form at Jr. Fair Office 10:00 PM All Livestock Barn Decorating Must Be Done FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 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 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 8:30 AM Weigh In For Market Hogs, Market Steer, Feeder Calf. 9:00 AM Opening Ceremonies, Crowning of County Fair King & Queen Rotary Pavilion 9:00 AM Poultry Show Junior Fair Arena 9:30 AM Horse Show Hunter Arena 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, SEPTEMBER 30 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 1 9:00 AM Open Market Lamb Class Junior Fair Arena 9:00 AM Dairy Breeding Show, Showmanship, Kids & Calves Dairy Barn 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 2 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 3

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 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 27 9:00 AM Judging Needlecraft, Sewing, Weaving, Hobby Show, Antiques & Misc. Division Art Hall 1:00 PM Judging Gift wrap, Holiday Seasons, & Silk Flowers Art Hall 2:00 PM Judging Homemade Wine Art Hall FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 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, SEPTEMBER 29 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, SEPTEMBER 30 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 6:00 PM DOUBLECUT Grandstand 7:30 PM CHRIS HIGBEE Grandstand MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 9:00 AM Open Class Sheep Show Sheep Arena 11:00 AM 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 Pavilion 6:00 PM Open Class Horse Show – Contest Classes Outdoor Arena 7:00 PM ATV Rodeo Grandstand TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 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/Track 7:00 PM Open Truck and Tractor Pull Grandstand WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 9:00 AM Draft Horse Show (Hitch Class for Stabled Horse Only) 10:00 AM and Miniature Horse Show (Haul-in only) Hunter Arena 9:00 AM Open 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 7:30 PM ROUGH TRUCK CONTEST Grandstand THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 10:30 AM Skidsteer Rodeo Outdoor Arena 7:00 PM Moto Cross Racing Grandstand


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Saturday, September 29 Harness Racing (Pari-Mutuels)..........1:00 PM // Grandstand / Track A-BAR Rodeo’s Bull Mania (Bull Riding).......7:30 PM // Grandstand

Sunday, September 30 Harness Racing (Pari-Mutuels).........1:00 PM // Grandstand / Track Double Cut......................................................6:00 PM // Grandstand Chris Higbee..................................................7:30 PM // Grandstand

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invited to guess what each antique was used for. Paper will be available near the display to write down answers. At the end of the fair, participants with the most number of correct answers will be drawn from a box and the winner will receive a prize to be determined later. In addition to the game, members from the woodcarvers, quilt clubs, and the Pomerene Center for the Arts will be in the Art Hall giving demonstrations. Buxton said the Art Hall has expanded over the years. The back room, which is now where they display the photograph entries, used to be a theatre and members of the Footlight Players would present plays there during the fair. Also, the cabinets used to display the antiques and other items were not original to the Art Hall, and are probably considered antiques themselves. They were donated by the staff of the former Buckeye Clothing Store on Main Street in Coshocton. During the winter months, the Art Hall is used for storage. Buxton said that a lot of the items in the Art Hall showcase both family and Coshocton County history. “A lot of it is family history,” he said. “Grandmas are making quilts for their grandchildren, so you will probably see them back in about 25 years. It’s the pride in the community that they want to display their talents with baking and quilt making. It’s neat to see what everyone collects.” Judging at the Art Hall will be Wednesday, Sept. 26 and Thursday, Sept. 27 and it will open for public viewing on Friday, Sept. 28. “I hope people come out to the fair and see all of our entries at the Art Hall because there’ll be several thousand,” said Buxton. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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The Art Hall at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds has undergone a couple of major changes for the fair this year. According to Bob Buxton, Superintendent of the Home Arts Department, parts of the building have been remodeled to make it easier to view exhibits and easier for the staff to display the exhibits. One of the major changes involves the photography display. Each photograph submitted to the Art Hall this year will be mounted on a foam background that will fit into wooden slots that have been added to the back room of the Hall. This will make it easier for staff members to display the photographs, as they will no longer have to staple and hang each photograph on the wall. Another major change is that the old divisions in the walls have been torn down and are being replaced with cattle panels. This will allow for better lighting on each of the exhibits. The Art Hall has always been a popular stop for Coshocton County residents and people from other counties who come to enjoy the fair. “It’s a very popular department to enter,” said Buxton. “We have entries from children, mothers, grandmothers, aunts, uncles, and when you have that many entries, everyone comes to see displays from their family, but we have a lot of people come from out of the county.” The Art Hall features a variety of exhibits including painting, photography, sewing, collections, antiques, baked goods, needlework, quilts, woodcarvings, canned goods, decorated gourds, homemade wine making, and others. The Coshocton Fair also features the largest quilt display than in any other Ohio county fairs. “I’ve been to about 15 fairs this summer, and I get a lot of ideas from other county fairs,” said Buxton. One idea he will bring to the Coshocton Fair this year is a game called, ‘Stump the Judge’. A few of the antique items that will be on display will be in a separate case, each with its own number. Judges and the public are

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ALL GRANDSTAND SEATING IS FREE Grandstand seating is on a first come basis. No putting down blankets, etc. to save seats.

CURFEW There will be a curfew on the grounds from 12 midnight until 6 A.M. every night of the fair. Anyone under 18 years must be accompanied by an adult. This will be strictly enforced. --Coshocton County Fairboard SPECIAL NOTICE Membership tickets will be on sale at Fairboard Office until 8 P.M. on Thursday, September 27, 2012.

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Backpack Safety for Kids 2 to 7 p.m.

Speech & Language Pathologists Crystal Bates, MA, CCC-SLP Jackie Mullet, MA, CCC-SLP 2 to 5 p.m.

Free Blood Sugar Finger-stick Screenings Provided by the Coshocton Hospital Laboratory 2 to 6 p.m.

Blood pressure checks Noon to 2 p.m. Smriti Vaid, MD Internal Medicine Physician, Pleasant Valley Clinic 4 to 7 p.m. Kori Latham, C-NP Family Nurse Practitioner, Pleasant Valley Clinic 4 to 7 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 29 PhysicalTherapy/ Occupational Therapy PT – Stretching demonstrations for athletes OT – Tips for adapting to physical limitations 2 to 6 p.m. Blood pressure checks Noon to 2 p.m. Cesareo “Bob” Tongco, MD Sports Medicine and Family Medicine Physician, Family Physicians Clinic 4 to 7 p.m. Jenifer Eubanks, C-NP Family Nurse Practitioner, Family Physicians Clinic 4 to 7 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 30 How Can You Fight The Flu? Helpful tips for kids 2 to 7 p.m.

Blood pressure checks Noon to 2 p.m. Blood pressure checks 6 to 8 p.m. Robert Gwinn, DO Family Medicine Physician, Family Physicians Clinic 5 to 7 p.m. Raymond J. Votypka, MD Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) 5 to 6 p.m. M. Arif Baig, MD Internal Medicine Physician 6 to 7 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 2 Free Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.) Screenings Provided by Genesis HealthCare System and Coshocton Hospital 3 to 7 p.m. Blood pressure checks 12 to 2 p.m. Denise Miller, DO Family Medicine Physician, Arrowhead Clinic 5 to 7 p.m. Lucy Milliken, C-NP Family Nurse Practitioner, Arrowhead Clinic 6 to 7 p.m.

Blood pressure checks Noon to 2 p.m.

Blood pressure checks Noon to 2 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. Paul Prior, MD Obstetrics and Gynecology Physician, Women’s Care Clinic 5 to 7 p.m. David Rosado, MD Obstetrics and Gynecology Physician, Women’s Care Clinic 5 to 7 p.m. Jacqueline Cleland, CNM Certified Nurse Midwife, Women’s Care Clinic 5 to 7 p.m.

Visit the Coshocton Hospital fair booth to meet your local health care providers, participate in free health screenings and receive important information to help keep you healthy! www.ccmh.com

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PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS Premium checks for senior fair exhibits will be distributed the day following open class show. Jr. Fair premium checks will be issued once ALL advisors have completed necessary papers. Advisors must complete & sign papers within 2 weeks following end of fair. Checks not cashed within sixty (60) days will be voided and payment will be refused.

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• The Secretary’s office will be open to accept fair entries beginning September 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office will be closed September 22 and on Sundays. • All livestock entries close 5 p.m. September 15 • Other department entries close 5 p.m. September 21 • Junior Fair members making entries in open class must abide by the above closing deadlines. ABSOLUTELY NO CHANGES MADE AFTER ENTRIES CLOSE.

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Admission and Fees

The Coshocton County Fair Board welcomes you to the 161st Coshocton County Fair. The county fair is a showplace for the creative skills of people of all ages and a place to see new products and exchange ideas. The Coshocton County Fair is what it is today because of the dedication and cooperation of many local citizens who have supported it over the years. MEMBERSHIP ..................................................$36 Coshocton County residents 18 yrs. Of Age - voting for Fair Board Directors - Entries - 7 Admissions to Fair (does not include rides) EXHIBITOR TICKET........................................$30 Entries - 7 Admissions to Fair (does not include rides) SEASON TICKET..............................................$35 7 Admissions to Fair (does not include rides) FAIRGROUND PARKING............................FREE Cars parked at this facility are parked at the owners’ sole risk. The Society is not responsible for damage or theft. GENERAL ADMISSION GATE.........................$8 Includes Free Grandstand and Free Mechanical Rides CHILDREN UP TO 2.....................................FREE Admission (does not include rides) SENIOR CITIZENS 65 & OVER Fri., Sat. and Sun..................................................$8 Mon., Tues., Wed., Thrs.......................................$5 COSHOCTON COUNTY VETERANS RECOGNITION DAY Thursday, October 4.............................................$5

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The fair board used to try to have two nights of musical entertainment, but an increase in costs has prevented them from doing that. “Garth Brooks was here once (early in his career) for around $10,000, but nowadays even the up and coming stars who have not had a number one or maybe only had one want at least $20,000,” Adams said. “They’ve priced themselves right out of the small community fair business. We used to be able to do two nights for that price. We know people like motor sports or something with a motor in it so we filled the extra night with that.” One of the fair’s newer grandstand events is the ATV Rodeo. “We run it like you would horses around barrels and poles,” Adams said. “Last year we had a good showing and Guernsey County did one this year so we expect to get a following from them.” Adams likes the event because it goes on rain or shine and the fair board can run it. “We don’t have to sign a contract with an outside promoter,” he said. “The fair board members can do it.” All of the grandstand events are included with your $8 admission fee to the fair. This year there also is no cost for track seating during the Sunday night concerts. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Chris Higbee may look a little familiar to some attendees of the fair. “He was here with the Povertyneck Hillbillies,” said Rodney Adams, who cochairs the fair’s entertainment committee with Jim McClure. “They broke up and he got his wife and some band members together, took vocal lessons and then went out on his own.” Adams believes those who come to the 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, concert at the grandstand will be impressed with Higbee’s fiddle playing. “In my opinion there isn’t another fiddler like him,” Adams said. “He’s also easy to work with.” Opening up for Higbee will be Double Cut who takes the stage at 6 p.m. They are a younger group from the Adams Mills and Dresden area. “They play country and maybe a little rock,” Adams said. “They do a heck of a job and have a big following in Muskingum and surrounding counties.” Other events planned for the grandstand at this year’s Coshocton County fair include: OSTPA Truck and Tractor Pull at 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 28; A-BAR Rodeo’s Bull Mania at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 29; ATV Rodeo at 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 1; Open Truck and Tractor Pull at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 2; Rough Truck Contest at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 3; and Moto Cross Racing at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 4.

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The Coshocton County and City Brems also added, “This is a odh.ohio.gov new virus and we are following it Health Departments are reminding closely.” fair goers to exercise precautions at Swine exhibit attendees and the fair this year to prevent the spread now that animals carry germs that can make people sick exhibitors are advised to wash hands of a new strain of flu. Unlike its more with soap and running water before well-known relative H1N1, H3N2 ever eat, drink, or put things into your mouth in animal areas and after visiting swine and other can be transmitted from swine to animal exhibits to protect themselves human. Health Commissioners for both and others. Hand sanitizer is lder adults, pregnant women, and young children should be extra careful around animals health departments are advising recommended in the absence of hand washing. everyone to practice frequent hand Signs and symptoms of influenza washing at animal exhibits and that ash your hands with soap and water right after (H3N2v) include: Fever, cough, sore avoidance of the swine exhibit for visiting the animal area. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available throat, muscle pain and headache. high risk populations including: Dr. Wendy Redmond, health Pregnant women, children 5 years and commissioner for the City Health younger, adults 65 years and older, Department, urges people with high and individuals with chronic medical risk factors who have pig exposure conditions or a weakened immune at the fair and who develop flu system to avoid swine exhibits. Robert Brems Jr., county health symptoms to call their health care commissioner says that “The Center provider. Redmond states, “Seasonal flu for Disease Control (CDC) reports vaccine will not protect against that since the beginning of 2012, 306 individuals in the U.S. have been infected with influenza (H3N2v) and H3N2v, but prescription influenza antiviral drugs can treat H3N2v illness were linked to visiting agricultural fairs and having direct contact or close in people.” contact with swine. Ohio has had 106 of the H3N2v reported cases so far SEE ‘H3N2’ ON PAGE 11 this year.” Department of Health

Make Your Health A Priority! DENISE LILLIBRIDGE Silver Sneakers: Tues-Thurs. 10am AMY DREHER Group Fitness Instructor Cardio & Toning Class: Mon-Wed-Fri. 6am All ages are welcome SUSAN WORTHINGTON Group Fitness Instructor Silver Sneakers: Mon-Wed-Fri. 5:30pm Spinning - Mon-Wed. 6:30pm Boot Camp - Tues-Thurs. 6:00pm

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Healthy Living

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Influenza viruses have not been shown to be transmissible to people through eating properly handled and prepared pork food products. Items that should NOT be brought into the swine exhibit are: Foods and beverages, toys, pacifiers, baby bottles and cups and strollers. For information on H3N2v visit the Ohio Department of Health website at www.odh.ohio.gov.

2012 sale of champions 5:30 p.m. Hunter Arena, Thursday, October 4th Sale of Champions Auction Order Market Lambs, Market Beef, Market Ducks, Rabbit Fryers, Feeder Calves, Market Chickens, Wether Goats, Market Hogs, Turkeys, Supreme Goat, Supreme Llama, Supreme Dairy Junior Fair Arena Rabbit Fryers, Market Chickens, Wether Goats, Turkeys, Market Ducks Hunter Arena

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IF UNABLE TO ATTEND –

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Singing Showdown set Relay For Life silent

basket auction set for fair

Peebles to have style show

SING YOUR HEART OUT Rhonda Bible of Coshocton, competed during the 2011 Peebles will be sponsoring a fashion show during the county fair on

Singing Showdown competition at the Coshocton County Fair. This year’s singing contest will take place at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, in front of the grandstands where qualifying competitors will vie for a $300 cash prize. RD Promotions has been holding the contest the past five years at various locations throughout the state with the goal to bring all the winners back to the local fair to perform. To qualify, singers must pass through a preliminary round held prior to the contest. The next one will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 1, at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds Rotary Pavilion. There will be no open karaoke during these times and there will be a $5 fee. Interested singers can also tryout from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturdays through Sept. 29 during open karaoke at The Depot Pub in Dresden. For information, visit www.singingshowdown.com. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 2 p.m. in the youth building. All 4-H and non-4-H members and parents are welcome to participate. Youth that participate will receive a 20% discount if they wish to purchase their outfits; however, youth do not have to purchase their outfit to model in the style show. Those who wish to participate should go to Peebles on Thursday, Sept. 27 between 4 - 6 p.m. to pick out their outfits. Those who wish to participate or have questions can contact 4-H FCS President Hannah Worthington by phone 740-545-7991 or by email: hannahworthington@coshoctoncounty. net by Wednesday, Oct. 1.

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823 Magnolia Street, Coshocton To pick up an application Admission is based on eligibility

“This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”

TWO LOCATIONS TO BETTER SERVE YOU! 865 OTSEGO AVENUE 740-622-1991 & 836 S. 2ND STREET 740-622-1957 Owner: Bob Walsh

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Events

Once again numerous teams from Relay For Life of Coshocton County will have themed baskets at the fair in the small Commercial Arts Building from Friday, Sept 28 thru Thursday, Oct. 4. The public is invited to stop by the booth and bid on these beautiful, inspiring baskets. The evening of Wednesday, Oct. 3 may even find a bidding frenzy happening by our many supporters. Some of the teams entering baskets this year are: Home Loan and Savings, Team Alana, Flagmakers, and Family Matters. One of the themed baskets is actually a high-heel shoe chair with a storage compartment. This compartment will contain dress-up items for the little diva in our life. Also during the fair, team members will be manning the booth and available to help with any questions you may have. Questions such as: How can I have a team, what is the goal for Coshocton County, can cancer survivors attend the event?


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2012 Senior Fair Board Members

Senior Fair Board

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Terry McCurdy 1st Vice President

Kim Wells 2nd Vice President

James McClure Treasurer

Linda White Secretary

Rodney Adams

Robert Buxton

Steve Croft

Debbie Gaumer

David Hamric

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THE BEACON

SEPTEMBER 26, 2012

Gail Williamson President

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2012 Senior Fair Board Members

B-15 Senior Fair Board

Rod Lindsey

Jerry Lower

Jason Massie

John McAllister

Keith Pepper

Mike Woodword

Albert Young

Wayne Young

Johnny Conley

ENJOY THE FAIR!

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123 S. 2nd St., Coshocton

HOUSING AUTHORITY

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2012 Junior Fair Board Members

Junior Fair Board

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Caitlyn Bookless

Alexandra Boone

Adrianna Childress

Kurtis Croft

Katie Daugherty

Paige Bowman

Lauren Brinker

Patrick Brouse

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CRAZY 8’S ADULT BOWLING • $8 per week for 8 weeks • Knock down 8 pins or more, it counts as a strike! Starts Tues., October 16th

Just for Fun Handicap Co-Ed Trio League

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

“Providing Quality Affordable Vehicles & Satisfaction After the Sale Since 1972”

COSHOCTON GRAIN COMPANY

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

65 W. Pine Street, Coshocton

740-622-8811

(By Riverside Towers Apartments)

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OHIO HERITAGE BANK

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2012 Junior Fair Board Members

B-17 Junior Fair Board

Kaitlyn Finton

Nathan Hoffman

Jade Poorman

Coleston Pope

Tori Holder

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Carol Goff 740-819-2301

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New Agents Welcome!

Cheryl Cooksey 740-502-2124

JoEllen Collins 740-294-7013

Dee Jones 330-763-0756

Looking for new agents in the Coshocton Area! “We Always Have Time For You” Lori Durant, Broker

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SEPTEMBER 26, 2012

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We Look Forward to Assisting You with All Your Real Estate Needs Whether You’re Buying or Selling!

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THE BEACON

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Bradley Johnson

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See You at the Fair! Proud to have served the people of Coshocton and our surrounding communities for over 116 years!

Amy Jo Johnson

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Keely Mackey

Elisha Hamric


2012 Junior Fair Board Members

Junior Fair Board

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Kristy Stout

SEPTEMBER 26, 2012

Rachel Schlarb

Hannah Williamson

Hunter Winegar

Rachelle Yoder

Proud to Serve

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Congratulations to all our Coshocton County Fair Participants!

Call us about our great Multi Policy Discounts!

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Taylor Insurance and Financial Services

777 S. Second St. • Coshocton

740-623-2207 • M-F 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

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“Good Students Deserve More Than an Honor Roll Bumper Sticker...That’s Our Stand ” PFB_050_2012

THE BEACON

Felicia Trejo

The Coshocton County Junior Fair is directed by a board of 32 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.

Kurt Wyler

COSHOCTON COUNTY FAIR PROGRAM

Marion Stutzman


2012 Coshocton County Fair King contestants

B-19 King Contestants

COLESTON POPE Coleston Pope, the son of Curt and Tammy Pope, has been a nine-year member of the Ridgerunner 4-H Club and a three-year member of the Junior Fairboard. He has taken market steer, market hog, beef feeder and market lamb projects where he has been a class winner, showmanship winner and reserve champion. He also has participated in livestock judging locally and at the state fair. Coleston was a 4-H Camp counselor for four years. In the community he participated in Coshocton’s Leadership Class and the Relay for Life. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO

HUNTER WINEGAR Hunter Winegar is the son of Chris and Brook Winegar. He is a 10-year 4-H member, has been on Junior Fairboard for one year and an FFA member for two years. Having taken poultry and duck projects for 11 years, he has won showmanship and champion awards. Hunter participated in the Speaking Contest in 2011, and he has been a 4-H Camp Counselor. In the community he has been a blood donor and attended Rotary leadership camp. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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DEREK HOFFMAN Derek Hoffman is the son of Trish and Tony Hoffman. He is a six-year member of the Oxford 4-H Club and a three-year member of the Ridgewood FFA, having shown poultry, cattle, corn, oats, hay, vegetables and woodworking projects, Derek has been on the Junior Fairboard for two years. In FFA he has had many honors: Greenhand Degree, Chapter Degree, State Degree, first in the state for Agri-science, Star Farmer, state convention, chapter officer, FFA Camp, as well as many others. In the community he participated in many events through 4-H and FFA mowing, setting flags at cemeteries and volunteering for parade activities. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON


2012 Coshocton County Fair Queen Contestants

KAILA JACOBS Kaila Jacobs, the daughter of Randy and Mo Jacobs, has been JUSTINE MORAN active in 4-H for 13 years where she has held various offices. Her projects include goats, cats, rabbits and photography of which she has won showmanship, as well as state and county fair medal awards. In the community she is a CCMH volunteer, Kno-Ho-Co Ashland community action shelter worker and a Red Cross Blood Donor. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Justine Moran is the daughter of Brian and Karin Moran. She has been active in various 4-H clubs for 13 years, River View FFA for two years and a four-year member of Junior Fair Board. Among her projects she has taken market lambs, market hogs and equine projects, as well as food and family consumer science and special interest projects. She has received state awards and various county medals. Justine was selected as a State 4-H Ambassador, the Citizenship Washington Focus trip, a Master Speaker award and many others, as well as being a Junior Leader. Some of her community activities include being active in the Roscoe UMC, Coshocton Youth Foundation, Relay for life and Coshocton County United Way Board. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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Owner: John M. Shrock

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We also do custom butchering

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THE BEACON

SEPTEMBER 26, 2012

Queen Contestants

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2012 Coshocton County Fair Queen Contestants

B-21 Queen Contestants

Kristy Stout, the daughter of Robert and Cheryl Stout, is a sixyear member of the Winner 4-H Club of which she has held several offices, River View FFA and is a three-year Junior Fairboard member. She has exhibited beef and swine at the fair and has been on the livestock judging team. Kristy is also an active member of the Junior Leaders Club. In the community she is on the Coshocton Youth Foundation Board, Coshocton County Youth Leadership and a volunteer at local vet clinics. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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Hannah Williamson is the daughter of Lee Jane and Gail Williamson. She is an 11-year 4-H member of the Ridgerunner 4-H Club, has been on the Junior Fairboard for two years, and a River View FFA member for three years of which she earned her Green Hand Award. Projects taken have been cattle where she has won showmanship and champion breeding awards. Hannah has been a part of many livestock judging teams on the local and state levels. She has been involved in community service by participating in Relay for Life and the Clark Baptist Church. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

EAT DAY AT KIDS AMERIC R G A S A IT’

475 High St (Roscoe Village) Coshocton

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Feature your antique tractor at the fair

County fair to change traffic flow on Kenilworth Avenue

PETS

• Vaccines • Food • Supplies • Bird Feed

AGRICULTURE

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

LAWN & GARDEN

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

Purina Mills, Inc.

23917 SR 93, Fresno, OH 43824 1.800.840.3792 • 740.545.9846

FAST, CONVEN IE DRIVE-T NT HRU!

Phil Covic 740.622.1310

Century 21 Court Square Realty & Auction, Inc. www.wesellcoshocton.com www.century21.com 404 Main St., Coshocton

740.622.3731

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AGRONOMY

• Certified Crop Advisors • Custom Application of Chemicals - Liquid & Dry Fertilizer • Lime Spreading • Soil Sampling • Dekalb Asgrow, NK, Croplan seed

WE COME, PESTS GO!

SEE US AT THE FAIR!

TERMITE & PEST CONTROL SINCE 1936

“Over 75 Years of Service”

WEST LAFAYETTE

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Miss Jennifer’s Dance Studio

Dance Classes for All Ages Classes available for ages 2 ½ - Teens

Call today for more information!

Saturday morning classes now available!

“Where Every Child is a STAR!” 1600 Otsego Ave. -Located inside Kids America missjennifer@roadrunner.com • 622-3423 www.missjennifer.com

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

As in past years during the county fair, the city will return Kenilworth Avenue, between Seventh and Eighth streets, to one-way traffic beginning Monday, Sept. 24 through Thursday, Oct. 4. Traffic may only travel east on Kenilworth between Seventh and Eighth during that time period. “NO PARKING” signs will be erected to prohibit parking on that section of Kenilworth during the actual fair dates of Sept. 28 through Oct. 4. 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 Eighth Street gate at the fairgrounds. Traffic going north on Seventh 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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ANTIQUE TRACTORS The Coshocton County Fair will be receiving antique tractors and equipment at its site next to the Agriculture building Sept. 26 and 27. Farmall and International Harvester will be featured. Bring your camera and take a picture of your child on a tractor. For additional information, contact Jim Shroyer at 545-7165 or Sam Wyler at 545-7792. BEACON FILE PHOTO

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THE BEACON

SEPTEMBER 26, 2012

Antique Tractors/Parking

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Pony Rides

4-H & FFA Members Tell Your Buyer

www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com

Coshocton

(740) 824-4183 • (740) 502-4433

Kids Corner Closet

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Cheryl Jones - Owner

212 S. 7th Street, Coshocton

740-610-1235

kidscornercloset@gmail.com

615 SOUTH 7TH STREET COSHOCTON PHONE: 740-622-4527 FAX: 740-622-4559

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Thank you for purchasing my 2012 Market Hog.

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Published: Wed., October 24th Deadline: Thurs., October 18th

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226 Main St. • Coshocton 622-4237 • Fax 623-9937

or e-mail Nicole at nicole@coshoctoncountybeacon.com Ads must be prepaid.

SEPTEMBER 26, 2012

Infant to Adult clothing, accessories & home decor Consignment Shop

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welcomes you to the Coshocton County Fair. Enjoy the Fair.

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Have fun at the Fair!

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Triple “R” Stable


Chrysler Jeep Dodge

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SEPTEMBER 26, 2012

Jeff Drennen FREE OIL CHANGES!!

Proud Supporters of The Coshocton County Fair!

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1921 OTSEGO AVE. • Coshocton • 740-622-3936 • 866-622-0207 • www.jeffdrennen.com

JEFF DRENNEN GM SUPERSTORE

3625 Maple Ave, Zanesville • 740-452-4579 • 800-311-5945 • www.jeffdrennen.com 0009_092612


2012 Coshocton County Fair Tab