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General Information  welcome to the fair!  Fair Staff  Board of Directors  “Pay what you can” Admission Policy  Where to park  Gun Safe Raffle  Parade Grand Marshal - Joan Haskins & John Crowell  History of Parade Marshalls  2013 Fair Theme - God Made a Farmer  Schedule of Events - Thursday  Schedule of Events - Friday  Schedule of Events - Saturday  Schedule of Events - Sunday  “How to” Daily Demonstrations  Daily Entertainment Bobble Lagoon  Horse Shoe Pitching Contest  Rawhide Express Train  Power Jump Bungee  Karaoke Fun Stage  Sadie the Balloon Lady  Krazy Bike  Kids Tractor Pedal Pullers  Spider Climb  All Alaskan Racing Pigs  A World of Music "The Electroic Age" Museum  Free Pony Rides  Fables of the West  Map  FAIR FOOD GUIDE  Commercial Vendor List  Parade Information  Grandstand Events  Paul Maurer Carnival Shows  Pee-Wee Showmanship  Youth Logo Coloring Contest  Rotary Jr. Livestock Auction Buyers  Rotary Jr. Livestock Auction  2012 Parade of Champion Market animals  Farmer & Rancher of the Year - Huffman Brothers  Kids Barnyard Rodeo  Adopt-A-Spot Flower Gardens  “Battle of the Voice” Talent Competition  Baby & Kidz Fun Corral  Stage Shows Northern Heat  Amanda Ply  Chad Bushnell  Jackson Michelson  Fair Court Queens  Fair Rental Services  Fair Rental Facilities 

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The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair is one of the largest annual family friendly, community oriented events held in the Klamath Basin every year and has proven to be an economic, social and cultural treasure for the local

communities of Modoc, Siskiyou and Klamath Counties. The fair generated approximately 2,555,000 in spending activity in 2009, benefiting the local economy and creating a ripple effect of economic benefit throughout

FAIR DATES: Thursday, September 5 thru Sunday, September 8, 2013

DAILY SPONSORS Thursday – Floyd A. Boyd Company Friday – Monte Johnson Insurance Services Inc. Saturday – J.W. Kerns Irrigation Co. Sunday – Macy’s Flying Service

FAIR THEME: “God Made a Farmer” FAIR TIME OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

DAYS & HOURS OF THE FAIR Thursday  10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Friday  10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Saturday  10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Sunday  10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. EXHIBIT BUILDING & LIVESTOCK BARN HOURS Thursday  10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday  10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Saturday  10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sunday  10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CARNIVAL HOURS Thursday  Noon to 12:00 p.m. Friday  Noon to 12:00 p.m. Saturday  11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Sunday  11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

GATE ADMISSION: “Pay What You Can” Admission Policy See details inside! PARKING: The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair will be offering the general public two (2) choices of parking at this year’s fair. The options include two Preferred Paid Parking Lots and a Free Parking Lot. Daily Preferred Paid Parking Lots There are two Preferred Parking Lots for your convenience. The Preferred Parking Lots are located at the main entrance of the fair in the grass and paved parking lots. You can enter the parking lots by turning right or left off of Main Street as you approach the main entrance of the fairgrounds and enter at the Preferred Parking Lot signs. The cost to park your vehicle in the Daily Preferred Parking Lot is $5.00 and there are no in-and-out privileges. Upon parking your vehicle, you will enter the fairgrounds at the North Main Entrance Gate. Daily Free Parking Lot The “Free” Parking Lot is located at the south end, back entrance of the fair. You can enter this parking lot by driving 1/4 of a mile past the main entrance of the fair and turning right at the South Parking Lot sign. Upon parking, you will enter the fairgrounds at the South Entrance Gate. ATM - Multiple ATM machines will be located in various locations on the fairgrounds for use throughout the week of fair. INFORMATION BOOTH (Information, Lost Children, Lost & Found) – The Fair’s Information Booth is located just inside the main front entrance of the fair. WHEELCHAIRS - Wheelchairs are available at the Information Booth on a first come, first serve basis. Donated by Norco. PETS – No pets, other than show dogs performing at the fair or service dogs will be allowed on the grounds.

the Klamath Basin. Aside from the economic benefits, the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair is enriched with tradition and history of providing the public an educational and entertaining family oriented event.

CARNIVAL “PAY-ONE-PRICE” AND RIDE ALL DAY WRISTBANDS Pre-Sale Price: $20.00* Fair-Time Price: $28.00 * Pre-Sale Price ends on Wednesday, September 4th, 2013 Purchase online at www.tbvfair.com Children must be 3 years of age & at least 36” tall to ride mechanical rides EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN: In the case that you hear an alarm or are instructed to evacuate a building or an area of the fairgrounds, please follow these instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Alert others at your location of the danger or alarm. Evacuate immediately to the nearest safe exit. WALK – Do not run! Help others in the area who may require assistance Assemble in the safe refuge area designated for your section. Stay in the safe refuge area and await direction/instructions. DO NOT re-enter the facility until you are instructed to do so.

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TULELAKE-BUTTE VALLEY FAIR SPONSORED BY THE 10-A DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION

 2013 STAFF  Dave Dillabo Fair Manager

elcome to the 62nd annual Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair. On behalf of the board of directors and fair staff I would like to extend an invitation to you to attend the 2013 fair as we celebrate “God Made a Farmer,” a theme that I believe is very reflective and appreciative of the basin’s agricultural farming and ranching industry. The fair is an iconic event in rural life and is many things to many people. To those participating in events like Livestock, Arts & Crafts, Rodeo, Destruction Derby and the Mud Bogs, the fair brings much anticipation and excitement. For business owners, it’s a time to showcase their products and services. Many make new friends and reacquaint with old ones or stroll the midway and reminisce about fairs of yesteryear. Some come for the smell of corn dogs and cotton candy or for a night out with friends to enjoy a Grandstand event. This is your fair. The more you bring to it, the more you and others will get out of it. The fair staff and board strive every year to make it the best we can possibly make it. The uniqueness of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair comes from the hearts and foresight of the people who have and continue to dedicate their efforts into the fair. The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair is enriched with tradition and history, all of which makes it one of the greatest county fairs on the west coast. Sixty two years ago the fair was founded and developed on the principles of being a family oriented event where the surrounding communities could gather for socializing, entertainment, education and friendly competition. Those founding principles have continued to play an integral role in the fair’s purpose throughout the past sixty two years because of the dedication of past and present fair board members, staff, exhibitors and fair patrons like yourself. We continue to strive to provide the public a low cost event that the whole family can enjoy with their fellow community members. The great diversity of exhibits, entertainment and food have all played an integral role in developing the fair’s tradition of providing the public an educational and entertaining family oriented event that everyone can afford to attend and enjoy! As you walk through the gates September 5th thru 8th, I invite you, your family and friends to enjoy the many traditional events and shows that you have come to know and love as well as some new entertainment we hope you will find enjoyable. NEW to this year’s fair will be the World of Music Museum, where adults & kids can learn and enjoy the many sounds of music, Sadie the Balloon Lady will be creating very unique and fun themed balloons for children, FREE PONY RIDES all week for kids to enjoy and on Sunday the Barnyard Kid’s Rodeo will be premiering numerous fun-filled events for children of all ages to enjoy. The Sterling Savings Bank Free Music Stage is power packed with a great lineup of live music including Chad Bushnell, Northern Heat, Jackson Michelson, Amanda Ply and Los Sismos de Michoacan. Of course, some of last year’s crowd favorites such as, the Kids Pedal Tractors, the All-Alaskan Racings Pigs, the Fables of the West riding cowboys and the Battle of the Voice talent competition will return to the fairgrounds to energize the crowd! The fair staff and board of directors have worked extremely hard to provide the public an enjoyable, friendly and entertaining fun filled week! I would like to thank the board of directors, office staff and maintenance staff for their continued dedication as they strive for excellence throughout the year.

Pam McFall Business Assistant

Dave Kandra Senior Maintenance Kim Pike Office Secretary

 BOARD OF DIRECTORS  Jennifer Skoog President

Venancio Hernandez Vice President

Greg Herman

Gayle Ratliff

Geri Byrne

Russell Criss

Michael Ball

Kathleen Luscombe

As always, we hope you will express your appreciation and support to the advertisers throughout the following pages whose generosity made this program possible. I look forward to meeting and welcoming you to the 2013 Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair in our quest to keep the dream alive for future generations of fair patrons and participants as  we celebrate our theme of “God Made a Farmer.” DAVE DILLABO 

Fair Manager

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It’s your choice! If you choose to donate, pay what you can!

The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair continues to strive to remain sustainable after losing 100% of the state funding due to the State of California’s budget deficit. Locally, this support equaled $272,000 and accounted for 42% of our fair’s annual budget. This loss of state funding has significantly impacted the daily operations and has seriously affected the fair’s revenue stream and long term future. The “Pay What You Can” admission policy will serve as yet, another stepping stone as we lay the foundation to secure a sustainable future. As our fair endures it’s first year of zero funding, the time has never been more immediate and the need has never been greater. Individually, our impact of giving is limited, but together as a community we have the unlimited potential and ability to preserve the future of our fair for generations to come.

We are very fortunate to have incredible community supporters and are optimistic that together our local and surrounding communities will continue to show their support during these challenging economic times. As always, the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair sincerely appreciates your generous support as we strive to continue a tradition that has served the people of the Klamath Basin for 62 years! The “Pay What You Can” admission policy allows you the customer, the choice of donating an admission fee for attending the fair. While paying for admission is not required, we kindly ask for support by donating what you can and am providing you the value of your admission to the fair. You have the choice of paying the suggested value, less than, more than or nothing at all. Your admission donation will help promote a sustainable future for the fair and allow everyone to enjoy the fair at reasonable rates.

ATTENDEE SUGGESTED DAILY DONATION ADULT:  $3 to $5 CHILDREN:  $1 to $3 FAMILY OF 3 TO 4:  $7 to $15 FAMILY OF 5 OR MORE: $10 to $20

Here are the values of what you are receiving by attending the fair!

The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair will be offering the general public two choices of parking at this year’s fair. The options include the Daily Preferred Parking Lots and a Free Parking Lot.

Daily Preferred Paid Parking Lot There are two Daily Preferred Parking Lots to utilize for your convenience. The North Preferred Parking Lot is located at the north main entrance of the fair in the grass area. You can enter this parking lot by turning slight right off of Main Street as you approach the main entrance of the fairgrounds and enter at the North Preferred Parking Lot sign. The cost to park your vehicle in the Daily Preferred Parking Lot is $5 and there are no in and out privileges. Upon parking your vehicle, you will enter the fairgrounds at the North Main Entrance Gate. The East Preferred Parking Lot is located on the east side of the fairgrounds off of Main Street next to the high school. You can enter this parking lot by driving 1/8 of a mile past the main entrance of the fair and turning left at the East Preferred Parking Lot sign. The cost to park your vehicle in the Daily Preferred Parking Lot is $5 and there are no in and out privileges. Upon parking your vehicle, you will enter the fairgrounds at the North Main Entrance Gate.

Daily Free Parking Lot The “Free” Parking Lot is located at the south end, back entrance of the fair. You can enter this parking lot by driving 1/4 of a mile past the main entrance of the fair and turning right at the South Parking Lot sign. Upon parking, you will enter the fairgrounds at the South Entrance Gate.

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he Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Friends Inc., a non-profit organization in support of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair will be having a fundraiser raffle during the week of fair this year. The raffle prize is a Browning Classic 35 Hammered Charcoal Gun Safe with a retail value of $2,200. The gun safe will be on display at the north main entrance next to the Information Booth where tickets will be available for purchase Thursday thru Sunday. The drawing for the gun safe will be held on Sunday at 6:00 during the Extreme Mud Shootout Races. The winner does not need to be present to win. Raffle tickets will cost $1 each or 25 tickets for $20. The money raised from the raffle will be used to support the future sustainability efforts of the TulelakeButte Valley Fair. Special thanks to Kirb’s Outlet of Tulelake for their donation of the gun safe. Since 2012, the fair has operated without any state funding, which accounted for over 40% of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair’s annual budget. The loss of funding has significantly impacted the fair’s daily operations and continues to jeopardize the fair’s sustainability and future existence. Since losing 100% of the State of California general fund support, which left an annual $275,000 shortfall, the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair has pursued numerous avenues to develop a sustainable future. These efforts have included the development of new revenue sources that have increased the total annual revenue by 46% and the reduction of annual expenses by 15% since 2010. While the fair continues to promote and pursue sustainable efforts, the future existence of the fair is in jeopardy. The time has never been more immediate and the need has never been greater. Individually, our impact of giving is limited, but together as a community the people of the basin have the unlimited potential and ability to preserve the future of our fair for generations to come. We are very fortunate to have incredible community supporters like you and are optimistic that together our local and surrounding communities will continue to show their support through these challenging economic times. All donations made to the non-profit 501c.3 organization “Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Friend Inc.” are tax deductible. If you are interested in making a monetary donation please contact the fair office at 530-667-5312 or send a check payable to the “Tulelake-Butte Valley Friends of the Fair,” P.O. Box 866, Tulelake, CA 96134. As always, the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair sincerely appreciates your generous support as we strive to continue a tradition that has served the people of the Klamath Basin for over 62 years!

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and FFA; this is when Joan’s love for the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair began. Joan was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon, to Lou and Betty Drager and was raised in Hatfield, where Lou owned and operated a seed cleaning plant. Joan was always tagging along with her Dad in the seed cleaning plant and started learning about agriculture at a very young age. Joan’s 4-H career began in Klamath County by participating in sewing and cooking for five years. Part of her 4-H cooking project was competing in a full dinner contest and preparing dinner for the judges. he Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Board selected two past board members, Joan Haskins and John Crowell both of Tulelake as the 2013 Parade Grand Marshals for the Saturday, September 7th parade in recognition of their long-time committed service to the fair and to the community. The parade is part of the festivities of the fair which goes from September 5-8. Joan Haskins has been involved with the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair for many years. Joan and Doyle have three children who actively participated in 4-H

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Another important connection Joan has with the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair is that her Dad, Lou, was on the Rotary Financial Committee that successfully acquired the fairgrounds in Tulelake. She remembers this being a very exciting time for the community. In 1953 Joan married Doyle Haskins (a farmer from Merrill, Oregon) and they moved to Tulelake to farm 365 acres of his Dad’s homesteads. Joan and Doyle farmed potatoes, grain, wheat and barley. Very early in their marriage they also helped Doyle’s Dad with the many sheep on the farm.

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Joan loves gardening and sewing, and for many years entered her produce and sewing projects in the Agriculture Feature Booths, table displays and Home Economic competitions in the fair, and received several 1st place awards for the fruits of her labor. While Joan’s children were in 4-H, she was an assistant leader and ultimately became a 4-H leader for the Winema Sheep Club and Sewing Club. Joan also served as a clerk in the livestock office and clerked for the swine judge during many fairs. Joan served as a Board of Director for the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair for 10 years and her main responsibilities were the Parade and overseeing the buildings during fair. Joan served as President of the Board for three years and enjoyed all aspects of the fair. Joan attended Malin Elementary School and graduated from Malin High School. Her graduating high school class just celebrated their 60th class reunion. Joan will continue volunteering at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair, as this is one of her first loves.


in 1967 and Angela born in 1973. Teresa married David Williams and five years later gave Johnnie and Jeri two grandchildren, Tyler (now 23) and Ryan (14). Angela blessed Johnnie and Jeri with their third grandson, TJ (14). Tyler and his beautiful wife, Daisy, also blessed them with two handsome great-grandchildren, Haiden (3) and Tyler (2).

ohnnie Crowell is a Tulelake native, born on September 29, 1945. When he was born, his Dad said “Oh my God, not another one!” Johnnie is the youngest of five boys and then had three sisters arrive after he came into the world.

Johnnie has been involved with agriculture all of his life. In May of 1965, he went to work for JR Simplot Soilbuilders in Tulelake. In 1968, he joined Oregon Ag Chemicals. In 1970, he was employed by Occidental Chemical Company as an assistant manager sales representative. Johnnie and Jeri bought Walker Ag Chemical Company in December 1983, which then became Tri County Ag Services, Inc. Due to the 2001 water shutoff, many bankruptcies occurred and in 2005, many more hit. Johnnie and Jeri closed the doors in December of 2005 and Johnnie retired from Basin Fertilizer in December 2011. Johnnie has continued to farm wheat and potatoes.

Johnnie Crowell was drafted in 1963 into the United States Army with an honorable discharge. After the Army, Johnnie came back to Tulelake to marry Jeri Simmons on November 10, 1965. Johnnie and Jeri have two daughters, Teresa born

Johnnie has held his Oregon Applicator’s License, California Pest Control and Oregon Pest Control Licenses for 46 years. He has served as a reserve Police Officer for the Tulelake Police Department and also served on the Volunteer Ambulance

Service for the City of Tulelake for 21 years. Johnnie was elected as a Tulelake City Council Board Member, served as Police Commissioner and held the Mayor position for years. Johnnie is a life member of Kiwanis International and also held the President and Lieutenant Governor positions for Division 84. In 1974, Executive Officer Stan Strew, asked Johnnie to start a Membership Program for California Agriculture Production Consultant Association for the local chapter. Johnnie served as State Director for three years and then was elected as President and continues to serve in this role. Johnnie was proud to announce the Tulelake Parade for 16 years. In 1993, he was then appointed by Governor Pete Wilson for the Fair Board Director position, where he proudly served for 20 years. Johnnie has been honored by the 4-H and Tulelake FFA, as well as the Butte Valley FFA as an Honorary Member. Through the years, Johnnie has served with some outstanding Board Members and has been honored to share Grand Marshal with Joan Haskins, an outstanding past Board Member and lifelong friend.

Since 1961, the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair has selected a Parade Grand Marshal to be recognized at the annual fair parade. The Parade Marshal is selected on behalf of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Board of Directors for their service and support to their local and surrounding communities. Below, is a list of the past Parade Grand Marshals that have been recognized by the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair. 1961-69 1970 1971-74 1975-78 1979 1980 1981 1982 1984 1985 1986 1987

Chester J. Main Chet Main & Claes Nilsson Chester J. Main Bert Johnson Buell Fisher Vern Hemstreet Floyd A. Boyd Carroll Robinson Arnold Criss William Ganger Bill Whitaker Shorty Rupe

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Leona Carter Edna Scott & Mary Porterfield Ralph Morrill Past Directors (Reunion of) Dorothy Embertson Harve & Doris Bateman Ed Knoll Ben Casad Bob & Marion Edgar Cliff Groves Harold Porterfield Jock Giacomelli Conrad Koppenhafer

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2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Marion Palmer Mae Crawford Ed Osborne Robert Arden Lucas Jr. Leonard Will Frank & Virginia King Larry Main Rennie Cleland John Terry Don Boyd Leavers Family Bill & Marcella Haynes Joan Haskins & John Crowell

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Each year, the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Board of Director’s review & select an annual fair theme from ideas submitted by community members. This year’s theme of “God Made a Farmer” was submitted by Catherine Lyman of Merrill, Oregon. This year’s theme is reflective of the Klamath Basin’s agricultural farming and ranching industry. We hope that you can join us as we celebrate “God Made a Farmer” at this year’s Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair!

2013 God Made a Farmer 2012 Keeping the Dream Alive 2011 Big Dreams in a Small Town 2010 Magic on Main Street 2009 Country Scenes & Children’s Dreams 2008 Where the Road Ends and the Fun Begins 2007 Water Flowin’ Keeps it Growin’ 2006 Keeping the American Dream Alive 2005 Through the Eyes of a Child 2004 We have a Good Thing Growing 2003 Rainbow Dreams and Country Scenes 2002 Something Old, Something New, Forever Red, White and Blue 2001 Fifty Years of Farm & Family Fun 2000 Millennium Harvest 1999 Wagon Teams to Western Dreams 1998 Harvest of Gold 1997 Blue Jeans & Country Dreams 1996 Kruz’n Down Memory Lane

1995 Memories, Music, & Magic 1994 Field of Dreams 1993 From Wagon Wheels to Ferris Wheels 1992 Made in the USA 1991 Hats Off to 40 Years 1990 Fair Fever Catch the Fun 1989 Windmills to Ferris Wheels 1988 Autumn Merry-Go-Round 1987 Agriculture – An American Heritage 1986 Harvest Hit Parade 1985 Golden Dreams and Sunny Scenes 1984 Our Land - All Things Great and Small 1983 Autumn’s Treasures 1982 Harvest Festival 1981 Diamond Gem Jubilee 1980 September Spectacular 1979 Autumn Fair in all it’s Flair 1978 Fall Fantasy 1977 Fair, Fun & Friends

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1976 Bicentennial Fair Festival 1975 Remember When 1974 Happiness is Country Living 1973 Agriculture – Lifeblood of America 1972 Arrows to Agriculture in 100 Years 1971 From the Soils to Stars 1970 Gods Earthy Treasures 1969 From Missions to Mechanizms 1968 This is my Country 1967 From Trails to Contrails 1966 Portrait of Progress 1965 Land of Promises 1964 Tulelake-Butte Valley Panorama 1963 Around the World in 3 Fair Days 1960 Welcome to Fair – y – Land 1959 Welcome to Fair – y – Land 1958 With an Eye to the Future 1957 From Lake to Land of Plenty


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12:00 Rafael Hernandez: Music Performance - Stage # 3 1:00 Flower Show JudgingHome Economic Building 1:00 Dock Dogs Speed Retrieve Competition # 1 1:00 Jeremy the Juggler - Strolling Act Super FunHorse - Carnival AreaUp – Horse Arena 8:00 AMScience Gymkhana Show Sign Pickles the Clown - Strolling Act 10:00 AM FAIR OPEN: Karaoke All FunExhibit – Stage #2 Buildings & Barns open to the public BattLE Of tHE BaNDS - Stage # 1 Swine Judging – Livestock Area 1:15 Cascade Cloggers: Stage # 3 10 AM-10 PM “A World of Music…The Electronic Age” 2:00 Pee Wee Showmanship - Livestock Area Main Exhibit Building Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area 10 AM-7 PM Baby Circus & Kid’z Fun Corral - Area Let’s Pretend - Carnival Behind Home Economics Building 2:30 Troupe Habibi: Dance Performance - Stage # 3 Noonof MIDWAY CARNIVAL 3:00 Show Champions - Jock’sOPEN Sale Pavilion 12 PM-8 PM Tumbleweed Pony Co. Free Pony Rides Dock Dogs Big Air WAVE Competition # 5 - Carnival Area 12:00 PM the All Alaskan Pedal Tractor Jeremy Juggler Kids - Strolling Act Pulls - Carnival Area Super FunRacing - Carnival 1:00 PMScience All Alaskan Pigs -Area Carnival Area Pickles the Clown Strolling Act Flower Show Judging – Home Ec Bldg. 3:45 Martine Rangel – Stage -# Strolling 2 Wild West Cowboys Act Old Time Fiddlers: Music Performance - Stage # 3 2:00 PM Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act 4:00 Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area Let’s Pretend Circus - Carnival Area PM Showmanship Wild West Cowboys - StrollingArea Act 5:00 3:00 Master - Livestock Rancher’s Market Act Beef & Replacement Heifer Show 3:30 PM the Jeremy JugglerChoice - Strolling Beef Show Super Science FunArena - Carnival Area 4:00 PM the Sadie the Balloon Lady Act - Strolling Act Pickles Clown - Strolling Karaoke Battle Fun - of Stage # 2 Practice - Stage # 1 the Voice Cascade Cloggers: Dance 5:00 PM Wild West Cowboys - Performance Strolling Act Stage #All3Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area 5:30 Dock Dogs Extreme Vertical Competition Karaoke Fun - Stage # 2 5:30 Leslie Rodgers: Painting Demonstration Farmers & Ranchers Appreciation Dinner - Sale Pavilion Home Economic Building Beef Replacement HeiferArea Sale - Sale Pavilion 6:00 Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Bred Carnival 5:30 PM Northern Heat: Southern Rock Music - Stage # 1 Let’s Pretend Circus - Carnival Area 6:30 Old TimeSadie Fiddlers: MusicLady Performance - Stage # 3 the Balloon - Strolling Act 7:00 6:00 “BattLE Of tHE BaSIN” DEStRUCtION DERBY PM All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area Jeremy - Strolling Act Act 7:00 PM the WildJuggler West Cowboys - Strolling Super Science Fun - Carnival Area 7:30 PM Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act Pickles the Clown - Strolling Act All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area 8:30 David Kirby: Music Performance - Stage # 3 8:00 Music Northern Heat: Southern Rock Music 9:15 K-Pital: Performance - Stage # 1 – Stage # 1 10:00 All Exhibit Buildings & Barns closed 10:00 All Exhibit Buildings & Barns closed FAIRGROUNDS & MIDWAY CARNIVALCLOSED CLOSED 11:30 Midnight faIRGROUNDS & MIDWaY CaRNIVaL

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9:00 AM Sheep & Meat Goat Judging – Beef Show Arena 10:00 AM FAIR OPEN: All Exhibit Buildings & Barns open to the public 10 AM-7 PM Baby & Kid’z Fun Corral – Behind Home Economics Building “A World of Music…The Electronic Age” - Main Exhibit Building Kid’s Projects – Arts & Crafts Building Noon MIDWAY CARNIVAL OPEN 12 PM - 8 PM Tumbleweed Pony Co. - Free Pony Rides - Carnival Area 12 PM All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area 1:00 PM All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act Karaoke Fun - Stage #2 Gift Card Making & Hair Bow Class Demonstration – Arts & Crafts Building 2:00 PM Jr. Dairy Goat Show Judging Goat Show Arena next to Sierra Exhibit Hall Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area 3:00 PM Amanda Ply: Country Pop Music - Stage # 1 Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act 4:00 PM Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act Paint a Sign Demonstration – Arts & Crafts Building 5:00 PM Northern Heat: Southern Rock Music – Stage #1 All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area Karaoke Fun – Stage # 2 Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act Old Time Fiddlers - Stage # 3 5:30 PM Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act 6:00 PM All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area 6:30 PM Amanda Ply: Country Pop Music - Stage # 1 Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act 7:00 PM WILD WEST RANCH RODEO - Grandstand Event All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act Goat Milk Out - Sierra Exhibit Hall 8:00 PM Northern Heat: Southern Rock Music - Stage #1 9:30 PM Los Sismos De Michoacan: Hispanic Music - Stage #1 10:00 PM All Exhibit Buildings & Barns closed Midnight FAIRGROUNDS & MIDWAY CARNIVAL CLOSED

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9:00 AM Beef Judging - Beef Show Arena Horse Shoe Pitching Contest - Grandstand Area 10:00 AM FAIR OPEN: All Exhibit & Buildings & Barns Open to the Public 10 AM-7 PM Baby & Kid’z Fun Corral – Behind Home Economics Building 10 AM-8 PM Tumbleweed Pony Co. - Free Pony Rides - Carnival Area 10 AM-10 PM “A World of Music…The Electronic Age” Main Exhibit Building 10:00 AM Rabbit Judging - Sierra Exhibit Hall Annual Pioneer Day - The Tulelake Honker Klamath Spinners & Weavers: Weaving Demonstration Home Ec Bldg. All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area 11:00 AM MIDWAY CARNIVAL OPEN Sheep Shearing Demonstration – Sheep Barn Area Mood Swing: Acoustic Duo (Rock, Folk, Bluegrass) Stage # 1 All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area Noon Annual Fair Parade - Main Street 1:00 PM Poultry and Turkey Judging - Sierra Exhibit Hall All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act Flower Show Judging - Home Ec Bldg. Market Beef Ultrasound - Jock’s Sale Pavilion Karaoke Fun - Stage #2 Sheep Shearing Demonstration - Home Ec Bldg. Connie Driessen & Friends” Gift Card Making Arts & Crafts Bldg. 1:30 PM Mood Swing: Acoustic Duo (Rock, Folk, Bluegrass) Stage # 1 Buffalo Chix: Dance Peformance - Stage #3

2:00 PM Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act Pee Wee Showmanship - Beef Show Arena Basin Blend: Women’s Barbershop Music Arts & Crafts Building 2:30 PM Troupe Habibi: Dance Performance - Stage #3 3:00 PM Parade of Champions - Beef Show Arena Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act Amanda Ply: Country Pop Music - Stage # 1 Southern Oregon Horse & Carriage Club: Harness & Hitching Demonstration – Behind Commercial Building KC Squares: Square Dancers - Stage # 3 4:00 PM BATTLE OF THE VOICE Talent Competition - Stage # 1 Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act Master Showmanship – Beef Show Arena Homemade Mac & Cheese Cooking Demonstration – Home Ec. Building All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area 5:00 PM All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act Cascade Cloggers: Dance Performance - Stage # 3 Karaoke Fun - Stage #2 5:30 PM Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act 6:00 PM All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area Chad Bushnell: Country Music - Stage # 1 Old Time Fiddlers: Music Performance - Stage # 3 6:30 PM Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act 7:00 PM All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area Amanda Ply: Country Pop Music - Stage # 1 “BATTLE OF THE BASIN” DESTRUCTION DERBY Grandstand Event Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act 8:30 PM Chad Bushnell: Country Music - Stage # 1 9:30 PM Los Sismos De Michoacan: Hispanic Music - Stage #1 10:00 PM All Exhibit Buildings & Barns Closed Midnight FAIRGROUNDS & MIDWAY CARNIVAL CLOSED

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9:00 AM Sr. Dairy Goat Show Judging Goat Show Arena next to Sierra Exhibit Hall 10:00 AM FAIR OPEN: All Exhibit Buildings & Barns open to the public Sunday Services - Stage #1, Carnival Area Heart of the Basin Quilters & Needle Arts Guild: Quilting Demonstration - Home Ec. Bldg. All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area 10 AM-7 PM Baby & Kid’z Fun Corral – Behind Home Economics Building 10 AM-7 PM Tumbleweed Pony Co. - Free Pony Rides - Carnival Area 10 AM-7 PM “A World of Music…The Electronic Age” Main Exhibit Building 10 AM-10 PM Kid’s Project Coloring Contest – Arts & Crafts Building 11:00 AM MIDWAY CARNIVAL OPENS Exhibitor Awards Ceremony - Jock’s Sale Pavilion Barnyard Kid’s Rodeo (Mutton Bustin’, Greased Pig Scramble,

Stick Horse Barrel Racing, Steer Dummy Roping, Potato Sack Races, Watermelon Roll) – Beef Show Arena

Wild West Cowboys - (Helping at Barnyard Rodeo) Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area Battle of the Voice (Top 3) - Stage # 1 12:00 PM Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act Amanda Ply: Country Pop Music - Stage # 1 All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area Gift Card Making Class Demonstration – Home Ec. Building

1:00 PM Mood Swing: Acoustic Duo (Rock, Folk, Bluegrass) - Stage # 1 Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act Karaoke Fun - Stage # 2 All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area 2:00 PM Jr. Livestock Auction - Jock’s Sale Pavillion Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act Cooking Demonstration – Home Ec. Building 2:15 PM Jackson Michelson: Country Music - Stage # 1 3:00 PM Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act 3:30 PM Amanda Ply: Country Pop Music - Stage # 1 4:00 PM “EXTREME MUD SHOOTOUT” RACES - Grandstand Event All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area Wild West Cowboys - Strolling Act 4:30 PM Mood Swing: Acoustic Duo (Rock, Folk, Bluegrass) - Stage # 1 5:00 PM All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area Sadie the Balloon Lady - Strolling Act Karaoke Fun - Stage # 2 5:30 PM Jackson Michelson: Country Music - Stage # 1 6:00 PM All Alaskan Racing Pigs - Carnival Area 7:00 PM All Alaskan Kids Pedal Tractor Pulls - Carnival Area 7:00 Los Sismos De Michoacan: Hispanic Music - Stage #1 Exhibit Buildings & Livestock Barns Close 7:00–8:00 Release of Livestock Exhibits 8:00 Release of Commercial Bldg. Vendors & Bldg. Exhibits 10:00 FAIRGROUNDS & MIDWAY CARNIVAL CLOSED

Enjoy our “HOW TO” Demonstrations while learning a variety of skills! DATE & TIME  LOCATION Friday, Sept. 6 • 10 am – 12 pm  Arts & Crafts Building Friday, Sept. 6 • 1 pm  Arts & Crafts Building Friday, Sept. 6 • 4 pm  Arts & Crafts Building Saturday, Sept. 7• 10 am – 4 pm  Outside Arts & Crafts Building Saturday, Sept. 7• 10 am  Home Economics Building Saturday, Sept. 7 • 11 am Sheep Barn Area  Saturday, Sept. 7 • 11am – 2pm Arts & Crafts Building Saturday, Sept. 7 • 1 pm  Jock’s Sale Pavilion Saturday, Sept. 7 • 11 am   Home Economics Building Saturday, Sept. 7 • 1 pm  Arts & Crafts Building

DEMONSTRATION Kid’s Projects Gift Card Making & Hair Bow Class Demonstration Paint a Sign Demonstration Uncommon Beauty Project by Artist Vicki Shuck Klamath Spinners & Weavers: Weaving Demonstration Sheep Shearing Demonstration Kids Projects Market Beef Ultrasound Sheep Shearing Demonstration Connie Driessen & Friends: Gift Card Making Southern Oregon Horse & Carriage Club: Harness & Hitching Demonstration Homemade Mac & Cheese Cooking Demonstration Heart of the Basin Quilters & Needle Arts Guild: Quilting Demonstration Kid’s Project Coloring Contest Gift Card Making Class Demonstration with Sheri Cooking Demonstration with Linda

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Have you ever wanted to walk on water? Now is your chance! Bobble Lagoon is a unique ride where you climb into a ball and run around in it (on water). Think of a hamster spinning around in a little ball….. that’s what Bobble Lagoon is like! Sounds almost like a form of child abuse, but, as it turns out, it’s one of the greatest forms of child/adult entertainment we’ve seen in years! Bobble Lagoon is a 30 foot round pool of about 20 inches of water where children (and adults up to 250 lbs.) are placed in a large inflatable clear ball and let loose to run amok on the surface of the water. You can run, jump, flip or just lay back and relax. You’ll also enjoy the Caribbean theme and feel as if you’re in a tropical paradise. WELCOME TO BOBBLE LAGOON!

Have you ever wanted to pitch horse shoes? You can at the Horse Shoe Pitching Contest on Saturday, September 7 at 9:00 a.m. at the Grandstand Arena. For those of you who don’t know, horse shoes is an outdoor game played between two people (or two teams of two people) using four horse shoes and two throwing targets (stakes) set in a sandbox area. The game is played by the players alternating turns tossing horse shoes at stakes in the ground, which are traditionally placed 40 feet apart. Modern games use a more stylized U-shaped bar, about twice the size of an actual horse shoe. Did you know that pitching horse shoes goes back to the days of the Roman army? There are disagreements about whether it began with a round ring or actual horse shoes, but in some form, it was played by officers and foot soldiers alike. The game’s long route included England and then the soldiers of our own country in the Revolutionary War. You may remember horse shoes being played at family reunions, picnics or potluck dinners with the clanks of ringers and the thuds of misses, accompanied by laughter and kidding from brothers, cousins, and maybe an uncle or two who may not have played since the last reunion. Of course, that was no excuse for missing the stake! Come on out and pitch a few “shoes” or watch a very popular recreation sport. It may bring back a few memories or create wonderful new ones and perhaps even create a tradition in your family!

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Be sure to look for The Rawhide Express when you’re out-and-about! Hop on at one of the train stops and Engineer Ken will give you a tour of the fair. You’ll also be making your feet happy! The Rawhide Express is truly a remarkable electric and solar powered trackless touring train. The “Environmentally Safe” train emits neither smoke nor fuel odors and carries families in the quiet comfort of their own coach touring around the fairgrounds. The train also has a solar panel charging system so that the batteries maintain a charge as it is driven around. The Rawhide Express is 4 feet wide and over 40 feet long, with a carrying capacity of up to 35 people at one time. All seats face forward for a “Grand View”. Custom made in Belgium, the design features covered coaches all out of very sturdy fiberglass. Now hop on The Rawhide Express and say “All Aboard”!

Take flight and soar into the air on the Power Jump Bungee. It will take your breath away! Go as high as 25’ in the air while doing back flips and somersaults as the two bungee cords guide you safely back to the inflatable trampoline landing position each time you come down. Then jump up and fly again and try something new!! Exhilarating for all ages. The Power Jump Bungee is a unique amusement ride and set up in a safe, controlled environment. Don’t miss the opportunity to fly like an eagle and see the views of the fair, all while getting your adrenaline pumping!

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Have you ever wanted to be a rock star or on American Idol? You can pretend on our Karaoke Fun stage! Karaoke is a wildly popular pastime that involves singing the lyrics of a song while accompanied by recorded background music. It allows people to sing and interpret their favorite songs while uninterrupted by the original singer. Karaoke has obtained global popularity, with particular success in the United States and Asia. Stop by and participate or just sit back and listen. Please come with a sense of humor and possibly earplugs for some less talented performers and extreme situations. Some amateur performers may shock you with their unsuspected talent. Who knows? We might have the next American Idol originate right here at the fair! Karaoke Fun can be found on Stage #2 Thursday at 5:00 and Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 and 5:00.

It is no surprise that people love balloons AND they love being adorned by Sadie’s balloon art! Always attracting a crowd with her crazy wigs, bright attire and cool scooter, her creations are as unique as the people who receive them! Whether small as a piece of jewelry or large as a costume, guests will walk away with a colorful reminder of their day of fun at the fair. Sadie the Balloon Lady began her entertainment career as Pickles the Clown in Orange County, CA and soon her love of creating balloon art took over. “I love the creativity, and how it brings people together,” she says, “There is a kid to be found in everyone!” Look for Sadie working her magic on the grounds of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair surprising guests with their very own sculptured air (wrapped in a balloon, of course!) We welcome Sadie the Balloon Lady this year and you’ll be able to catch her strolling the fairgrounds at the following times: Thursday, Sept. 5th 2:00 pm 4:00 pm 5:30 pm 7:30 pm

Friday, Sept. 6th 2:00 pm 4:00 pm 5:30 pm 6:30 pm

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Sunday, Sept. 8th 11:00 am 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 5:00 pm

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Have you ever wanted to see what happens when you create a bicycle that steers backwards and then challenge people to ride it ten feet without touching the ground? Well we did, and it’s HILARIOUS! As an added incentive we’ll pay anyone that can make it that distance $100.00! Come on over and test your bicycling skills to see if you can win the $100.00!

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The Famous All-Alaskan Racing Pigs will once again make their way to the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair this year. The pigs, who are famous world-wide for their grace, speed and charm, have a new show entitled, “You Never Sausage a Show”. It all started 20 years ago. It was the summer of 1987 at the local fair in Fairbanks, Alaska, and a speedy troupe of little pigs hit the track for their first race. The All-Alaskan Racing Pigs were off on a grand adventure that is still unwinding. And now, secondgeneration front men Darren and Chad Noll will present the 26th edition of the show at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair. The All-Alaskan Racing Pigs are the ultimate racing machines. The sawdust really flies when four of these fuzzy little critters flash out of the starting gates and battle each other for first place at the feed trough. You don’t have to hog call these pigs. You don’t even have to call them for dinner — they’ll get there before the food does! You’ve heard of bringin’ home the bacon... now you’re going to see it.

The action is hog wild with the addition of the high hurdles. We searched coast-to-coast (Bering Sea to Arctic Ocean) to find the finest athletes anywhere. See them soaring over hurdles that stand taller than they do! And there is always a surprise at every show. That’s a secret you’ll have to come see for yourself. The official starter is carefully selected from the crowd before each show, and for the championship round, four lucky spectators will be selected to lead “rooting sections.” All participants take home prize ribbons and everyone in attendance takes home a memory for life. You can even have your picture taken with one of the racing pigs after the races. Don’t miss the action. Seeing the pigs is free, and fun. Come on out, they’ll be talked about around the water cooler for the next month at work!

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Friday, Sept. 6th 1:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

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Sunday, Sept. 8th 10:00 am 12:00 pm 4:00 pm 6:00 pm


‘A World Of Music...The Electronic  Age’ is an all new attraction from Ken McMeans Presents. Like its predecessor, the award winning ‘A World Of Music’,  it’s a fully interactive, hands-on museum, but this time around, all of the instruments are from the Electronic Age of music, beginning in the 1960s through modern day.  The Electronic Age is a literal musical journey through each decade and its music. The exhibit features a wide variety of both vintage and new keyboards, synthesizers, electronic drum kits, drum pads and drum machines, percussion pads, and electric and lap steel guitars. There is a Blue Man Group Station featuring percussion tube  instruments  from the Blue Man Group, along with a number of amazing digital and laser  instruments, and some wild and creative musical ‘toys’. There are music instruments for all ages and skill levels, including a Yamaha Electric Piano!  ‘A World Of Music…The Electronic Age’. Come play at the Museum of Music, located in the Main Exhibit Building!

The Tumbleweed Pony Rides will be back at this year’s fair and FREE for your little one to enjoy! That’s right, FREE! The free Pony Rides will be available everyday of the fair, Thursday thru Sunday! Compliments of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair and our sponsors! The well-groomed ponies are very gentle, come in many different colors and sizes and are used to having many giggling, squealing kids around them. The pony rides are sure to create memories that with last for a lifetime. Come out and enjoy the free entertainment for your whole family to enjoy!

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Corn Dogs

Lemonade Dough Boys Thai Food

BBQ Tri-Tip Ribeye Steak Sandwiches Polish and Hot Dogs

Dorris Lions

United Family Fellowship Home Items

Siskiyou Cty Sheriff

Museum

Ice Cream

Pizza

CHP

FAIR OFFICE

Livestock Show Ring

Beef Barn

Avenue of Champions Display

Caramel Apples

Kur Sa

Slushies

Beef Barn

Livestock Office

Sheep & Swine Barn

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Restroom

TICKETS

GRANDSTAND SHOWS

Mexican Food

Friday Night - Rockin ER Wild West Rodeo Saturday Night - Destruction Derby Sunday Afternoon - Extreme Mud Shootout Races

Southern Oregon Horse & Carriage Club – Harness & Hitching Demonstration

Stage #2

Free Pony Rides

All Alaskan Racing Pigs

Funnel ly Fries Tshirts Churros Airbrush Religious Signs Chicken Cakes ausage Tattoos Materials Jewelry

Bread Wagon

Mexican Food

American Bull Riding Mechanical Bull

Restroom

Poultry and Rabbits

Wubba’s BBQ

Toys

Simulator Flying

Stage #1

Pedal Tractors Pulls

Water Bobble Lagoon

Horse Barns

South Gate Entrance Sun- Wooden glassses Items

Spider Climb Rock Wall

CARNIVAL AREA

Sterling Savings Bank Stage

Sheep & Goat Barn

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Get ready to ride with the biggest little cowboys on the Old West trail. If you’re coming to the fair in 2013, you’re sure to get a ‘kick’ from the Fables Of The West gang and their trusty steeds, as they head out on the 2013 ‘Trail Of Tales’ Tour. The cowboy comedy team (often referred to as ‘the little cowboys on the little horses’) has, in just twelve years time, performed at over 600 fairs and events (in their entirety) from Alaska to Florida to Texas to their home state of California.  They have opened up concerts for many of the top recording artists in the business including Lonestar and Kenny Chesney, and have appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

The show is always 100% G-rated, family entertainment. Each year, Fables Of The West continues to rank as one of the most booked touring acts in North America each year and is considered by many to be the top grounds act in the nation. Ken points out that every show is different and fresh, because, after all, the majority of it is improv. “We mostly make it up on the spot as we go along.” Visit us online at www.wildwestexpress.net and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/KenMcMeansPresents

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And just what is it these ‘Fables’ cowboys do? Well if you’ve been to a fair in the US in the past decade, you’ve most likely run across their path. “Its high energy and interactive, and we try to involve fair guests by literally making them the main focus of the show”, says Ken McMeans, owner and founder of the Fables team. The group is actually labeled as a ‘strolling grounds act’- never really having a specific show time nor needing (or wanting) to be on a stage (“too far away from the crowd,” says Ken). “I guess I should give some credit to the horses we ride (‘faux’ Muppet-like miniatures), though they seem to sometimes steal our thunder.”

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Thursday, Sept. 5th 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

Friday, Sept. 6th 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

Saturday, Sept. 7th 12 noon Parade 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

Sunday, Sept. 8th 11:00 am 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 4:00 pm


Bandon’s Best Kettle Korn

Mexican Food and Fruit

Another fair time classic! Sugary and salty Kettle Korn is the perfect snack.

Want something healthy? Head over to Mexican Food and Fruit for Fruit Cups and Corn-on-the Cob. Ceviche, Tamales and Pork Rinds will also be available to satisfy your hunger.

Breadwagon A fair time favorite! Indian Tacos, Fried Bread and Deep Fried Ice Cream.

Churros Enjoy some fresh, hot sugar coated Churros for a quick snack!

Dippin’ Dots Beat the heat and grab some Dippin’ Dots Ice Cream!

Dorris Lions Club This local group sells Barbecued Beef Sandwiches, French fries and soda.

Doughboy A staple at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair. T his booth also offers Lemonade, Fruit Drinks, Soda and Bottled Water.

Extreme Food & Beverage Locate the big lemon booth to quench your thirst with some fresh squeezed organic Lemonade.

Do you have a sweet tooth? Many delicious delights can be found here from Fudge, Brittles, Chocolate Dipped Ice Cream Bars and more.

Oven Fresh Pizza Stop by for a quick Oven Fresh Pizza and experience the Italian side of the fair.

Panaderia Azteca You can go to Panaderia Azteca to satisfy your sweet AND salty tooth! They have churros and roasted peanuts for your enjoyment.

Pony Espresso Need that caffeine fix? Pony Espresso offers Espresso Drinks, Mochas, Smoothies and more.

Southern Oregon Food and Beverage

Funnel Cake Express What’s fair time without a fun-nel cake? Get hot, fresh Funnel Cakes, Lemon Shake-Ups and Strawberry Slushies here!

Gearhart Events: A local favorite. Get a Tri-Tip Sandwich, Rib-Eye Steak Sandwich, Polish Dog or Barbecued Pork Ribs.

Get all of your favorites at one of these four stands: KurlyFries, Cheese Fries, homemade Taylor Sausages on Buns and Sticks, hand-dipped Corn Dogs and selfserve Slushies.

Tacos Ala Mexicana

Gearhart Mexican Food:

Get your Burritos, Quesadillas, Tortas, Tacos, Tostadas and Tamales here.

For a south of the b  order experience, try Burritos, Tacos, Tostadas or Chimichangas.

Thai & Thai B.B.Q.

The Ice Cream Place: The name says it all! Soft  erve, Hard Scoop, Waffle Cones, Sundaes, Milk S Shakes, Smoothies, Coffee, Italian Sodas, Energy Drinks and much more! Want ice cream now?

KP Concessions A favorite last year! Chicken Wings  (garlic, bbq or buffalo), Boneless Chicken and Beer Battered Fries. Also available, for your sweet tooth, are Caramel Apples, Pretzels, Churros and Chocolate Frozen Bananas.

Old World Candies

Stop by for Thai Sauté on a stick, Egg Rolls, Rice Bowls and more!

United Family Fellowship Get your old-fashioned fair food here. Breakfast, Chili, Hamburgers and Hot Dogs available.

Wubba’s BBQ Shack LLC All the BBQ classics – Beef, Pork and Chicken Sandwiches, BBQ Beans Cole Slaw, BBQ Nachos and Ribs.

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COMMERCIAL BUILDING

PRODUCT/SERVICE Free Spinal Screening & Consultation Leviathan Reptile Rescue Animals Prolife Information Materials Religious Materials $5 Accessories, Paparazzi Accessories Promotional Promotional Information Candy Candle Holders, Jewelry, Decorative Items Senior Living Promotional Material Knives, decorative swords

CONTACT # (541) 273-5433 (541) 891-1116 (530) 664-2121 (541) 884-5153 (541) 892-4091 (530) 246-8800 (541) 850-7500 (541) 488-2771 (541) 883-2795 (541) 885-7250 (541) 821-4537

OUTSIDE VENDORS

PRODUCT/SERVICE Free Spinal Screening & Consultation License Plate Frames, Stickers Airbrush Tattoos Radio Announcing Handmade wooden Motorcycles, Marshmallow Shooters, Handmade Jewelry Caricature Drawings Sunglasses Airbrush Painting Heating Stoves, BBQ’s & Gun Safes Face Painting & Girls’ Accessories Religious Materials Army Style Canvas Bags, Hawaiian Dresses Printed T-Shirts Old Southwestern Photos Candy Flags & Telescopic Flag Poles Clothing, Bags, Jewelry & Handmade Instruments Educational Information Radio Announcing

CONTACT # (541) 273-5433 (541) 890-8171 (530) 347-1683 (541) 882-8833 (530) 899-0700

(888) 854-3553 (559) 281-7175 (971) 240-2170 (541) 880-7935 (916) 764-6488 (503) 390-0060 (661) 802-9160 (530) 335-5535 (530) 262-1098 (541) 488-2771 (541) 973-6233 (209) 620-9160 (530) 667-2246 (541) 882-4656

PRODUCT/SERVICE Health Care Information Legal Services Furniture Insurance Sales-Funeral Policies Hydraulic Components High Speed Internet, Custom Call Features Driver Safety Information & Free Giveaways Kitchen Knife ware Free Foot Exams, Shoes, Creams, Orthopedics Real Estate Income Tax Information Fundraiser Information

CONTACT # (541) 887-8555 (530) 842-4467 (541) 884-2773 (541) 891-7715 (541) 883-3434 (530) 397-2211 (530) 841-6006 (716) 790-7181 (559) 226-7909 (541) 884-1717 (541) 882-8055 (541) 882-7732 (530) 667-2231

Advanced Chiropractic – Dr. James Yewchuk Andrew Shockley Basin Bible Church Child Evangelism Fellowship Leslie Mathis Mt. Shasta Spring Water Co. Northwest Farm Credit Services Old World Candies Paul Boyd Quail Park at Crystal Terrace Randy Carpenter Advanced Chiropractic- Dr. Parker Mah Affordable Signs & Graphics Airbrush Tattoos – Nick Van Dyke Basin Mediactive LLC Brock Enterprises – Del Brock Caricature Drawings – Robert Terrell Coastline Inc. – Michele Spence Crazy Stilo Airbrush Diamond Home Hardware & Garden Fantasy Dreams Godmobile Ministries, Inc. Jamdown North State Novel T’s Old Southwestern Photos – Mary Parris Old World Candies Oregon Flag & Pole – David Marion Runa-Marka USDAFS-Modoc National Forest Wynne Broadcasting Co., Inc.

MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING

Affinity Chiropractic Arkfeld, Larry Bedroom Gallery Bryan Mueller Wendi Funeral Planning C-2 Hydraulics Cal Ore Telephone Communications California Highway Patrol Cutco Cutlery Designs Unlimited Fisher Nicholson Realty H & R Block Hosanna Christian School Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge/ US Fish & Wildlife Service Klamath Community College Lava Beds National Monument Mary Kay Products – Lisa Kensler Messenger Manufacturing Monte Johnson Insurance Services Murray Kullrich, D.C. Personalized Name Rings Preferred Linens Scentsy Candles – Trina Blocher Scentsy’s Adele Grace Purses & Jewelry Soaring Eagle Shop Spectrum International Take Shape For Life – Krysta Bachman Tulelake Republican Women’s Club Tupperware – Beth Smith USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

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Information (541) 882-3521 Information (530) 667-8101 Beauty Products (541) 892-1000 Mighty Clamp, Mini Hitch (541) 273-7363 Insurance Information (530) 667-5656 Chiropractic Information (530) 262-1098 Personalized Rings (214) 587-9001 Bedding Products (541) 884-2773 Scentsy Candle Products (541) 671-6790 Purse & Jewelry Products (530)566-5643 Handmade Jewelry, Purses, Wallets (530) 339-6184 Jewelry (707) 235-3945 Health Information (541) 331-6650 Political Information (530) 667-2644 Tupperware Products (541) 441-8065 Informational (530) 792-5677

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The famous Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Parade will take place on Saturday, September 7th at 12:00 noon on Main Street in Tulelake. The parade will begin at the corner of Jock’s Supermarket and end at the intersection of the fairgrounds. This year’s parade will honor the 2013 Parade Grand Marshals, Joan Haskins & John Crowell both of Tulelake and will feature parade exhibits of this year’s fair theme “God Made a Farmer”. Participating in the parade is a great way to showcase local groups or advertise your business! The parade entries will be judged and compete for prize money and trophies! If you would like to enter the parade, please go to the website at www.tbvfair.com and print and complete the Parade Entry Form and mail it to the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fairgrounds c/o Parade Entry Form, P.O. Box 866, Tulelake, CA 96134. The annual parade is sure to be full of excitement as it strolls past you creating everlasting memories for your family to enjoy. Remember, our communities are what makes the parade so great, so if you’d like to be part of this traditional annual event, don’t forget to send your Parade Entry Form in to the fairgrounds.

Rockin ER Wild West Rodeo Pre Sale Price: General Admission $8 Onsite Price: General Admission $12 Kid’s 6 and under are free

“Battle of the Basin” Destruction Derby Rockin ER Wild West Rodeo

Pre Sale Price: General Admission $8 Onsite Price: General Admission $12 Kid’s 6 and under are free

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th • 7PM

Extreme Mud Shootout Side by Side Racing

Produced by Rockin ER Buckin Bulls Call 541-591-1373 to compete in the rodeo

“Battle of the Basin” Destruction Derby

Pre Sale Price: General Admission $8 Onsite Price: General Admission $12 Kid’s 6 and under are free

BUY EARLY & Save $ with Pre Sale Pricing!

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th • 7PM

Produced by Team Simon Call 541-892-7441 to enter a derby car

Pre Sale Price for all events ends on Wednesday, September 4th. Purchase event tickets at Big R, Grange Co-op, Winema Electric and online at www.tbvfair.com or call the fair office at 530-667-5312

Extreme Mud Shootout Side by Side Races SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th • 4PM Produced by Team Simon Call 541-892-7441 to enter the competition

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he Paul Maurer Carnival will be returning to the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair again this year! Paul Maurer got started in the amusement business in 1971 as a solo game operator, playing numerous fairs and festivals throughout the West. Paul Maurer was known as one of the largest game concessionaires on the West Coast during that time frame. In 1984, after wanting to fulfill a life long dream, and saving his money earned from his game operation, he purchased his first amusement ride and formed "Paul Maurer Shows". Today, Paul Maurer is the owner of over 33 spectacular, major and kiddy amusement rides and their attractions, which includes a large selection of fun, family games and carnival food / cotton candy concessions. Paul Maurer Shows is known for their unique, brightly-painted rides with their sparkling lights (that shine bright at night), colorful three-toned canvas, aluminum framed games and food concessions. All of their employees are required to undergo a background check using the "California Department of Justice, Megan's Law" website and participate in the show's random drug & alcohol testing program. Maurer’s carnival employees, from the management to ride operators, are fully trained for the safe operation of our amusement rides and attractions. Clean uniforms and personal hygiene are also top priority for the appearance of our staff and show. Their management staff is fully qualified to resolve any problem and is always onsite during the event and made available for any questions, complaints or concerns you may have.   Paul Maurer Shows is committed to provide a safe, clean, fun and family carnival atmosphere and keeping those great family memories alive!!

Tickets are currently available at these locations and more! • Online at www.tbvfair.com

CARNIVAL TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! Buy Now and save nearly 30% OFF onsite price! Pre –Sale Carnival Wristbands $20.00 Fair Time Carnival Wristbands $28.00

KLAMATH FALLS

MALIN

Big R Grange Co-Op Winema Electric

Kalina’s Hardware Papa Tanys

MERRILL

TULELAKE

Winema 4-H Kids Merrill Lumber Jolly Kone Ross Market Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Office

Pay one Price and ride all day! Tickets redeemable everyday of fair, Thursday through Sunday. Pre-Sale Price ends on Wednesday, September 4th Children must be 3 years of age and at least 36 inches tall.

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The Pee Wee Showmanship Contest will take place on Saturday, September 7th at 2:00 p.m. in the Beef Show Arena. The Pee-Wee Showmanship exhibition is an exciting and fun experience for young boys and girls who were under 9 years old as of January 1st this year. The kids are eligible to show any kind of animal in the showmanship class. All the exhibitors and animals will be shown together. Animal must have been trained by the exhibitor and may not be entered in any other division (except Gymkhana or Parade) and need not be purebred. The judge will be evaluating how well trained the animals are and the exhibitor’s showmanship skills. Awards will be presented to all the participating exhibitors. In order to participate, the exhibitors should arrive at the fairgrounds on Saturday approximately 1:30 p.m. utilizing the north front gate next to the main office. Each exhibitor must fill out an entry form just prior to the contest, which must be signed by a parent/guardian. The entry forms can be picked up at the main office or livestock office during the fair. After the judging has concluded, the animals may be taken home. The Pee Wee Showmanship Class is sponsored by the Dry Lake Ranch. Thank you to our volunteer judges of this year’s Pee Wee Showmanship, Tracey Struble and Sherri Grimes.

The Tulelake Butte Valley Fair is always trying to find new ways for the community to actively participate at the annual fair. This year students from Tulelake, Butte Valley and Klamath Schools Districts ranging from pre-school thru elementary were given the opportunity to color an outline of the 2013 “God Made a Farmer” fair logo. The name of the child, school and teacher will be located on each colored logo. All of the children’s colored logo outlines will be on display in the Home Economics Building for the public to view and enjoy the hard work of the young children! Each colored logo will receive a fair participation ribbon, which will be available during the fair. If your child participated in the project please ask one of the building attendants for your child’s ribbon! If you would like to participate or know of another youth organization or school who would like to be a part of next year’s youth coloring contest please contact the fair office by calling 530-667-5312 or email tulefair@cot.net.

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We would like to thank the businesses & individuals listed below for their support of the Rotary Jr. Livestock Auction. We greatly appreciate your continued support. 4-C Cattle Co ALSCO, Inc. Alicia Fanning Ackley Family Ranch Aspen Environmental Field Services Baley Farms Baley-Trotman Farms Basin Fertilizer & Chemical Ben DuVal Farms Big R Bob Baley Farms Brad & Dori Staub Bob & Lynn Baley Cal Ore Telephone Cascade Auto Group Castle Rock Farms Cheyne Brothers Chester Fried Chicken/Jock’s Supermarket Chris & Gayle Ratliff Criss Duncan Clint & Mary Hall Coast Truck Centers Columbia Forest Products Crawford Farms D.A. Davidson & Co. Delfina Macy Dennis & Paula Fanning Diamond S Meats Don Lo Ranch Operations L.P. Ed Staub & Sons Ericson Electric & Irrigation Ernie Madrid Evergreen Ag Floyd A. Boyd Co Frank & Ginger King Fred Simon Grange Co-op Garrett & Gus Guthrie Gold Dust Potato Processors Helena Chemicals Huffman Brothers Farms Inter-Mountain Seed & Supply Industrial Ventilation Inc. JD & Barbara Woodman Jennifer Simon Jim & Carolyn Lyman Jock’s Supermarket John & Louise Crawford John & Susan Cross

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John & Joan Staunton J.W. Kerns Irrigation Jumping Juniper Goat Ranch Klamath Basin Equipment Lassen Canyon Nursery Law Office of Darrin W. Mercier Les Schwab Tire Center Macy’s Flying Service Macdoel Shell & Pacific Pride Marc & Ami Staunton Marshall Insurance Agency Martin’s Food Center Matt & Debbie Huffman Merle’s Custom Butchering Mia & Pia’s Pizzaria Millard Dental Newell Grain Growers Newell Potato Co-op Nick & Beth Macy Northwest Farm Credit-Klamath Falls Nick & Beth Macy Pacific Crest Federal Credit Union Pape’ Machinery Pelican Tractor Porterfield Ranch Prather Ranch Richard Bennett Excavating Rick Bosetti for State Assembly Rod & Marla Baley Rupert Farms Russell & Roberta Criss Scott Valley Bank Seus Family Farms Shawn Cross Sherm’s Thunderbird Market Sierra Cascade Nursery Simon Brothers South Valley Bank & Trust Stateline Napa Parts Staunton Farms Sterling Savings Bank Tim & Molly Peterson Three M Mint Inc. Triple C Ranch Tule Vista Ranch Walker Brothers Winema Elevators Wong Potatoes Wright Farms

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he Jr. Livestock Auction will take place on Sunday, September 8th @ 2:00 p.m. in the Jock’s Sale Pavilion near the livestock area. Everyone is invited to attend the auction. This year’s auction will include Beef, Rabbits, Swine, Goats, Sheep, Poultry, Turkey and Wood/ Metal projects exhibited by 4-H and FFA members.

the auctioneer and sale staff to know who the final bidder is and in order to record the sale.

Bidding and purchasing on the sale lots benefits the entire community. By purchasing a sale lot you not only help the Tulelake Rotary Club, but you are supporting the months of dedication and labor by the 4-H or FFA members. The projects require the exhibitors to put in numerous hours of hard work as they are responsible for the development and health of their project.

During the sale, there will be an auctioneer plus three sale ring attendants, who will acknowledge your bids when you wave your hand or bid number. When you feel you want to bid, just hold up your buyer’s number and the ring attendant will take your bid. Once you’ve bid pay attention to the ring attendant to see if he acknowledges your bid. If the auctioneer took your bid, you will know, as he will be looking to see if anyone else bids more. If the ring attendant starts looking at you again, another bidder has out bid you and he will be looking to see if you want to bid again.

For first-time buyers, the experience can seem a little intimidating because they’ve never bought at an auction before. After reading this article, you’ll realize there is no reason not to participate because buying a fair animal is very easy and is an exciting experience! The sale begins sharply at 2:00 p.m., so you should arrive a little early in order to register as a potential buyer and get your buyer’s number. Upon arrival at Jock’s Sale Pavilion, visit the Rotary Tent where the assistants will help you complete the paperwork to register as a potential buyer. After completing the paperwork you will receive a buyer’s number that you may use to bid with during the auction. The buyer number allows

After receiving your buyer’s number, you are set and ready to bid on the animals of your choice! Many buyers will arrive early prior to the auction in order to view the animals in the barns and visit with the 4-H and FFA exhibitors about their projects.

Contrary to popular belief, you will not unknowingly bid on an animal by inadvertently scratching your arm or sneezing. The first time you bid you may need to make sure a spotter sees you, but after that they will watch you closely and make sure they have your bid if you bid again. I can’t stress this enough, bidding is the easiest thing in the world. The auctioneer and ring attendants are there to help the Rotary Club and the exhibitors get their animals sold and they do a wonderful job of it.

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The Grand and Reserve Grand Champion market animal of the specie selling with be the first to sell. After the champions, the rest of the animals will sell in descending order of the judging results. Prices per specie will vary, but expect to pay about $1.50-$3.00 per pound for a beef which will weigh between 1050-1400 pounds. Sheep will sell for around $4.00-$7.00 per pound and will weigh between 110-155 pounds. Swine will sell for around $3.00-$4.00 per pound and weigh between 215-275 pounds. After you have purchased your animal, there is a little bit of paperwork to complete. All animals go to a designated slaughter house, but you get to choose where it will be processed for the cut & wrap of the meat. If you don’t have a certain place, don’t worry, the people handling the sale can inform you of your choices and help you select the one that is most convenient for you. You are almost finished; you now have to pay for your animal, which can be done either by check or credit card. The meat from the sale lots that you purchased will be ready to be picked-up from the processor of your choice in about two weeks following the sale. You will definitely enjoy eating the meat you’ve purchased as it is always a little sweeter knowing you’ve helped out a very deserving exhibitor.

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he Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair will be honoring Huffman Brothers of Tulelake as the 2013 Farmer & Rancher of the year during the Farmers & Ranchers Appreciation Dinner held on Thursday, September 5th at Jock’s Sale Pavilion. Huffman Brothers is operated by Matt and Otto Huffman and family. All Klamath Basin area farmers and ranchers are invited to attend the event and enjoy a complimentary dinner.

Left to Right/Top to Bottom: Matt Huffman, Otto Huffman (Top) Debbie Huffman, Judy Huffman (Middle) Drew Huffman, Ryan Huffman (Bottom)

Matt and Otto Huffman are second generation farmers still farming the land their parents, Clyde and Nancy homesteaded in 1949. Clyde was homesteader number 102 out of 110 when his name was pulled out of the pickle jar and he received one of the last homesteads to be given out. The family farm is located 12 miles from Tulelake in Coppock Bay which is south of Newell. There, they worked hard to raise their five sons. Expanding from the original 80 acre homestead, 4 of the 5 boys acquired leases from the Tulelake Refuge as they graduated from high school and started farming as individuals. In 1980, they decided it would be a better business plan to work together and share equipment as they increased their land base by renting land as homesteaders began to retire. Thus Huffman Brothers Partnership began when Matt, Otto, Paul and Charlie joined forces. Unfortunately, commodity prices and tough times of the mid 1980’s caused Paul and Charlie to leave the partnership. Their father passed away in 1986 and soon after, brother Paul. In 1989 Matt and Otto were the first farmers in the basin to harvest a new crop of sugar beets. The following year, they joined forces with neighboring farmers and formed the Coppock Bay Beet Growers which benefited all of the farmers as they shared ideas and equipment. Beets became a major crop in the Basin over the next 10 years and allowed Matt and Otto to expand their operation. Sugar beet production ended in 2000 and was followed by the water shut off of 2001. At great financial risk, they drilled 3 wells that year and by the grace of God were lucky enough to hit good water. With the guarantee of well water flowing to their fields, Matt and Otto were able to replace their sugar beet contracts with their very first chipper potato contract. They were fortunate to be able to change direction in such a difficult water year and managed to make the best out of a bad situation. Since that time, Huffman Brothers have expanded to become one of the larger farming operations in the Tulelake Basin. Over the last 33 years of working together, the two brothers have settled into a partnership where they share responsibilities. Matt concentrates on potato and onion production while Otto focuses on hay and grain. Youngest brother Tim, who was not part of the original partnership, returned to work for the farm and is in charge of maintenance on the large array of equipment needed to farm in today’s agriculture. Matt has been president of the Sugar Beet Growers Association and currently serves on theUnited Potato Growers Board. He is married to Debbie and they have 2 children. Debbie does the payroll and handles the safety program for the farm. Daughter Michelle and her husband Jerry Johnson just blessed them with their first grandchild, Oliver in April. Their son Drew graduated from high school 3 years ago and is working on the farm with plans on taking Matt’s share of the partnership.

Otto has been a volunteer of the Tulelake Fire Department for over 25 years and is currently president of Modoc County Farm Bureau. He is married to Judy. She handles the bookkeeping for the farm. Their daughter Erica and her husband Scott Carroll live nearby. Their oldest son Nicholas passed away in 2008 and his wife Haley remains close. Ryan is their youngest son and is married to Amber. Their son Nathaniel has just turned six and loves going out with Daddy or Pappa in the big tractors. Ryan has been working hard on the farm for the past 12 years and is already well groomed to take over for Otto when he retires. Nancy Huffman, who retired after 12 years as Modoc County Supervisor, continues to live in the house that she and Clyde built together. The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair is privileged to honor Huffman Brothers as the Farmer & Rancher of the Year. The contributions and community support that Huffman Brothers and their families have provided are greatly appreciated. The Farmers & Ranchers Appreciation Day was developed in 2006 to recognize the efforts of farmers and ranchers in the Klamath Basin that have gone above and beyond their duty to serve their community and provide leadership in the agriculture industry. Former recipients include 2006 Staunton Farms of Tulelake, 2007 Robert A. Byrne Co. of Tulelake, 2008 Porterfield Ranch of Butte Valley, 2009 Leonard Will of Klamath Falls, 2010 LeQ Farms of Tulelake, 2011 Criss Ranch of Butte Valley and 2012 Roy Wright of Tulelake. This event would not be possible without the help and sponsorship from the following local businesses: Floyd A. Boyd, JW Kerns Irrigation, Sierra Cascade Nursery, Scott Valley Bank, Macy’s Flying Service, Lithia Klamath Falls Auto Center, Superior Fence, Aspen Electric, Basin Fertilizer, Monte Johnson Insurance Services, Millard Dental, Overhead Door Co., Les Schwab Tire Center, Stateline Auto Parts Supply, Shannon & Tracey Struble, Sherm’s Thunderbird Market, Sterling Savings Bank, Gene & Alice Deal, Kalina Hardware, Klamath Basin Equipment, The Merrill Clinic, Ralph Morrill, North State Packaging, Tim & Molly Peterson , James D. & Barbara Woodman The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair would like to thank these sponsors for their contributions as we recognize the efforts put forth by all of the basin farmers and ranchers throughout the year.

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NEW EVENT! he Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair will be premiering a brand new event at this year’s fair. If you’re looking for a thrill-aminute, fun-filled activity for kids, with extreme spectator entertainment value, check out the Kid’s Barnyard Rodeo event at this year’s fair! This exciting, new children’s event provides the youngsters a chance to participate in numerous fun events in a rodeo like atmosphere providing friendly competition between the children! The Barnyard Rodeo provides events for children ages 3-15. The Barnyard Rodeo events will include, Mutton Bustin, Greased Pig Scramble, Steer Dummy Roping, Potato Sack Races, Egg & Spoon Races, Stick Horse Races and a Watermelon Rolling contest. The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair is proud to offer this free, fun-filled family event on Sunday, September 8th starting at 11:00 a.m. at this year’s fair! For more information about participating in the event, information and entry forms can be found in the Entry Handbook, which are available at Big R, Grange Co-op and at the OSU Extension Office in Klamath Falls, on the fair’s website at www.tbvfair.com, at the fair office in Tulelake or by contacting the fair office @ 530-667-5312 or tulefair@cot.net Mutton Bustin’ is one of the most popular events and offers youngsters between the ages of 4 to 8 years old, weighing less than 60 lbs. an opportunity to try to ride a sheep for a full six seconds! If they stay on for the full six second ride they will receive a score just like any rough stock rodeo rider would! The highest score of the round wins. If none of the participants ride for the full six seconds, the rider who stayed on the longest wins the round. The top three riders from each round will receive placing awards and ALL of the riders in each round will receive a participation award. This fun-filled event creates non-stop action and excitement as the children and our wooly bully sheep grab the attention of numerous fairgoers. Whether it’s a one second or six second ride, these youngsters are in for a wild, exciting and memorable time! The added production of funny commentary, inarena/chute rider interviews and crowd interaction will make this one of the most popular spectator events at the fair! The Pig Scramble is a squealing, scrambling good time and is as much fun for the kids as it is for the spectators watching! Contestants between the ages of 4 to 12 years of age and weighing less than 85 lbs race after clever and wily young pigs turned loose in the arena. The contestant’s objective is to catch and hold on to a slippery pig in the grass arena. Be prepared: if a contestant catches a pig, the pig will come home to live with the contestant! ALL of the scramblers in each round will receive a participation award. Tell-tale squeals of delight will be heard throughout the fairgrounds!

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Steer Dummy Roping is a good ol’ ropin’ fun time, letting the kids experience where the Old West came from. The cattle didn’t always want to “get along” on the trail so cowboys became skilled in roping the disagreeable animals. Children aged 5 to15 can participate in roping or “catching” a “dummy” steer by twirling the rope in the air, flinging it forward, and neatly bending it around the head of the dummy calf that is his/her target. It doesn’t matter if the rope misses, it’s all about having fun! The little buckaroos will have a dadgum blast with the dummy (as will the older cowboys and cowgirls at heart)! The Potato Sack Races will provide great fun for the competitors and excitement for the spectators! Open to competitors ages 3 to 15 to hop on out into the arena and race like super spuds!! Individual Potato Sack Race: Participants will run to the sack, put both feet in and begin hopping toward the finish line. Contestants must keep both feet in sack and at least one hand on the sack at all times. The sack must remain as close to the waist as possible and should not fall below the knees. The first racer to the finish line wins. Three-legged Potato Sack Race: Two people form a team to race. One person put a left leg and the other person put a right leg in a potato sack. They stand side-by-side and race together from the beginning to the end. The teamwork is the key to finish the race successfully. Usually, walking and running are the more proper method to race rather than hopping or jumping. The first team reaches the finish line wins! Did you know that sack racing was made an official Olympic event in the 1904 Summer Olympics in St. Louis? The good old-fashioned potato sack game is a great past-time and will bring back many childhood memories. The Egg & Spoon Race will have kids and adults “cracking up” by offering a fun and exciting event for the youngsters! Open to children ages 3 to 15. All contestants will be in the arena at the start line. An egg and spoon will be given to each contestant. Contestants must race with the egg in the spoon, holding the spoon by the handle, and far enough so judges can see that no finger or thumb touches the egg. On the signal, contestants race to far end of arena, around a barrel and back to the finish line. The first contestant back with their egg wins. Which came first? The Egg or the Spoon? The Stick Horse Race provides great ol’time fun for the youngsters! We’re calling all jockeys, ages 3 to 10, to compete in the Barnyard Rodeo Stick Horse Races! We will provide the stick horses, you provide the fun! • Race 1 (10 yards): 3-4 year olds • Race 2 (20 yards): 5-7 year olds • Race 3 (30 yards): 8-10 year olds Watermelon Roll Contest is a fun event for children of all ages. We all love the taste of watermelon, but have you ever tried to roll one on the ground and get it to go where you want it to? We guarantee this to be one of the funniest games yet!

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ave you ever wondered who maintains all of the beautiful flower gardens at the fairgrounds? It’s the people of the great Klamath Basin who are responsible for the beautiful scenery that the flower gardens provide us all! In 1994, the idea of the Adopt-A-Spot Gardens was created by the fair manager at that time, Cindy Wright. The concept of the flower gardens was to allow the people of the local communities to actively participate at the fair throughout the summer by managing and caring for their specific flower garden. The care takers are then rewarded at fairtime by receiving up to $200 for their hard work and dedication put forth in their flower garden. The beautiful exhibits are a reflection of the pride that the competitive gardeners have for the community and the fairgrounds. The Adopt-A-Spot gardens have continued to flourish and grow in numbers as the years have passed by. This year, there will be 24 Adopt-A-Spot Gardens available for the public to enjoy. The Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair would like to give a special thanks to all of the Adopt-ASpot flower gardeners for their continued dedication and contributions that they provide while greatly enhancing the beauty of the fairgrounds! If you are interested in participating in the 2014 Adopt-ASpot Flower program, call the fair office at (530) 667-5312 or email tulefair@cot.net.

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Below is a list of the 2013 Adopt-A-Spot Flower Gardeners and a numbered map that corresponds with the name of the gardener who cares for the flower garden. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Patty Garcia Karla Rascon Marla Baley Sara Garcia Karen Duke Maria Garcia Teresa Frey & Natalie Scott 8. Alejandra Chavez 9. Leticia Rascon 10. Garden removed 11. Sara Luscombe 12. Sara Luscombe

13. Small Blessings Child Care & Preschool 14. Small Blessings Child Care & Preschool 15. Sara Luscombe 16. Sara Luscombe 17. Winema 4-H Gardening 18. Tom Duke 19. Barbara Gibson 20. Janelle Kandra 21. Fairgrounds 22. Emily Dillabo 23. Janelle Kandra 24. Team Simon

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Returning for another year is the very popular Battle of the Voice competition on Saturday, September 7th from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. on the Sterling Savings Stage. This contest is open to all musical solo artists and bands. The top three artists will split a jackpot of $1000 for their musical talents! Bring your friends to watch and root you on in the competition and most importantly cast their ballot for you! That’s right, the audience determines the top three winners in the Battle of the Bands music competition, so be sure to bring your friends with you and earn some extra spending money! For more information, call the fair office at (530) 667-5312 or visit www.tbvfair.com. Special thanks to KLAD 92.5 and 99.5 The Rock for being the presenting sponsor of this great community event.

BATTLE OF THE VOICE SATURDAY • SEPTEMBER 7 Sterling Savings Stage • 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. The First, Second and Third place bands will perform again at 11 a.m on Sunday on Stage #1

The Baby & Kid’z Fun Corral will be returning at this year’s fair, which feature exciting entertainment for toddlers and provide baby changing and nursing stations as well as an area for parents to rest while watching their toddlers play in the fun corral! You can find the Baby & Kidz Fun Corral in the cool grass and shaded area behind the Home Economics Building at the north main entrance of the fairgrounds. This new feature is sponsored and operated by volunteers from the The Honker and the Tulelake/Newell & Butte Valley Family Resource Centers.

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PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE THURSDAY • SEPTEMBER 5TH Sterling Savings Bank Stage 5:30 p.m. • 8:00 p.m.

FRIDAY • SEPTEMBER 6TH Sterling Savings Bank Stage 5:00 p.m. • 8:00 p.m.

Due to the outpour of demand, Northern Heat will be returning for a second year to perform at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair. Northern Heat will be performing on the Sterling Savings Bank Stage on Thursday and Friday! Northern Heat is a mix of styles and sounds giving our audience from the 50’s to the present of variety to please most. Jason Powell, the originator of the group, formerly with the Ridge Brothers Band, lead vocals, bass and very much a crowd pleaser. Don Powell, the originator of the Ridge Brothers Band, lead vocals and keyboards. Ron Ramsey, the leader of Foothill Express, lead vocals and lead guitar. Nick Taylor, drummer, and showman Jason Powell, Jr. up-andcoming talent rhythm guitar.

Northern Heat has performed at Harrah’s, Lake Tahoe, Red Hawk Casino, Twin Pine Casino, Win River Casino, Gold Country Casino, Rolling Hills Casino, Colusa Casino, Konocti Harbor, rodeos, fairs, and annual fireman’s dances from Sacramento to Redding with weddings and specials mixed in. The band has played on stage with CCR, 38 Special, Charlie Daniels and more. This band is here to please the crowd; hear it, see it, feel it.

NEW to the Tulelake-Butte Valley entertainment stage, but certainly not new to entertaining crowds is Amanda Ply. One afternoon at the age of six years old Amanda Ply walked into a gift shop with her mother. There was a snow globe that caught her attention, playing Beethoven’s “Fur Elise”. After returning home, Amanda found an old junky keyboard her family had in the house and began to teach herself the song by ear. She started to train herself to play songs she heard on the radio and her family started to take notice of her unique ability. Amanda’s mother made a deal with her that if she stuck with it for a year, her mom would look into buying Amanda a used piano to replace the old keyboard. Amanda never looked back. She was trained for over a decade in classical piano. However, she is the first person to point out that it was “because I wanted to. I’m happy to say my parents never forced it on me, and it was all out of my desire to get better”. All those years led to annual testing through two prestigious programs: The Music Teacher’s Association of California Certificate of Merit, and The National Guild Auditions. Amanda was constantly excelling at these tests and regularly invited to perform at state festivals. She believes that all of this theory training is the reason it is so easy for her to play with other musicians, and sight read (and write) her own music.

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PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE FRIDAY • SEPTEMBER 6TH Sterling Savings Bank Stage 3:00 p.m. • 6:30 p.m.

SATURDAY • SEPTEMBER 7TH Sterling Savings Bank Stage 3:00 p.m. • 7:00 p.m.

SUNDAY • SEPTEMBER 8TH Sterling Savings Bank Stage 12:00 p.m. • 3:30 p.m.


Amanda began writing her own songs at a very young age. She remembers her first attempt at a song: “I wrote a song called ‘Arizona’ because of all the trips my family took there. Some of the lyrics were ‘we’re floating on a boat, but no not a moat. It’s hot here in the sun, but oh this is so fun.’ We all gotta start somewhere!” Almost 20 years later, she has developed into a very honest and poetic songstress. With the release of her debut EP “Runaway”, fans get a glimpse into the life of this 25-year-old singer and songwriter. Amanda will be on tour throughout 2013 in support of her debut release, and you can find dates on her website: Amandaply.com

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE SATURDAY • SEPTEMBER 7TH Sterling Savings Bank Stage 6:00 p.m. • 8:30 p.m.

NEW to the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair scene will be country singer Chad Bushnell. Recording artist Chad Bushnell was born and raised in Red Bluff, CA, and is currently studying at Chico State University while also pursuing a career as a Country Singer/Songwriter. He has performed at numerous events from Rodeo’s to fundraisers and opened for big names in the industry such as Billy Currington, Tracy Lawrence, Mark Wills, Robert Earl Keen, and James Otto. He fronts a 4 piece band that travels the north state providing an energetic mix of both old and new country.

After last year’s great performances and crowd popularity, Jackson Michelson will be returning to the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair entertainment lineup, Jackson Michelson will be performing on the Sterling Savings Stage on Sunday! Born and raised in the Willamette Valley, Jackson Michelson is a country singer/songwriter who takes pride in his roots. The development of his unique style is the result of a lifetime of musical inspiration. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE He lives and breathes music and entertainment. SUNDAY • SEPTEMBER 8TH When you leave his show, you will have a tune Sterling Savings Bank Stage stuck in your head and a smile on your face. His 2:15 p.m. • 5:30 p.m. soul infused, country style pays tribute to some of his greatest influences such as Keith Urban and Sam Cooke. Jackson’s debut EP “Dreams” was released in October of 2010, which topped the iTunes top 100 charts. He was the Country Showdown Winner in 2010 and has enjoyed a year of radio play, and has toured in over 25 states. Jackson has shared the stage with artists such as Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker, Clay Walker, James Otto, Ronnie Dunn, and many more.

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nterviews for the 2013 Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Court were held Tuesday, May 21, 2013 in Tulelake, CA. Six applicants from Tulelake and six from Butte Valley competed for the honor of representing their community at the 2013 Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair. A panel of judges made up of community members, former Fair Court, and Fair Board members from both Tulelake and Butte Valley conducted interviews and applicant evaluations. All applicants were judged on their community involvement, academic achievements, communication ability, and poise. The committee of judges, who were very impressed with the quality and depth of the applicants, selected Shaina Wood as Miss Tulelake and Lizzie Struble as Miss Butte Valley. Shaina Wood is a senior at Tulelake High School. Shaina is the daughter of Shane and Jolie Wood and has two brothers, Derek and Dusty. Shaina is very involved with community, sports, and school activities in Tulelake. She serves as the Tulelake FFA Chapter President, is a varsity volleyball and basketball co-captain, holds a spot on the honor roll each quarter, and tutors for TASSEL. Shaina enjoys teaching children, Ag Sales, volleyball, church, and public speaking. After graduating from Tulelake High School, Shaina would like to attend college at BYU Provo or Utah State in order to receive a degree in global business. Shaina applied to be Miss Tulelake in order to be a role model for others and give back to the community. Lizzie Struble is a senior at Butte Valley High School. Lizzie is the daughter of Shannon and Tracey Struble and has two brothers, Austen and Colten. Lizzie is active in her community and school through her many activities which include serving as 4-H President, participating in the Butte Valley FFA chapter, serving on the Tulelake-Butte Valley Junior Fair Board, and playing varsity volleyball and basketball. Lizzie enjoys riding horses, branding, reading, playing sprorst, and spending time with her dog. After graduating from Butte Valley High School, Lizzie would like to attend college at Oregon State University or the University of Nevada, Reno in order to become a large animal veterinarian. Lizzie applied to be Miss Butte Valley in order to represent her community and fair. In addition to Miss Tulelake and Miss Butte Valley, this year’s fair court will include Little Miss’s from both communities. After applications were reviewed by community members from Tulelake and Butte Valley, Cabella Wright was selected as Little Miss Tulelake and Yoselin Fernandez was selected as Little Miss Butte Valley. Cabella Wright will be entering 2nd Grade at Tulelake Elementary School this fall. Cabella is the daughter of Heath

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Left to Right/Top to Bottom: Shania Wood, Miss Tulelake, Lizzie Struble, Miss Butte Valley (Top) Cabella Wright, Little Miss Tulelake, Yoselin Fernandez, Little Miss Butte Valley and Heather Wright and has one brother, Colten. She loves riding horses and going swimming. Her dream is to be a successful businesswoman and take over Dutch Brothers. Cabella’s favorite parts of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair are the gymkhana and the rides. Yoselin Fernandez will be entering the 2nd Grade at Butte Valley Elementary School this fall. Yoselin is the daughter of Jesus and Leticia Fernandez. Yoselin is a sweet, happy girl and loves painting in her free time. Her dream is to be a makeup artist when she grows up. Yoselin’s favorite parts of the fair are cotton candy and the rides. As hostesses of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair, the fair court will represent their fair at various festivals and fairs this summer and fall. Some of the events which the girls will participate in include the Dorris 4th of July Celebration, Tulelake-Butte Valley Keeping the Dream Alive Benefit Event, Siskiyou Golden Fair, Klamath County Fair, Modoc District Fair, and the Intermountain Fair. The highlight of the girl’s reign will be attending to their royal duties at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair from September 5-8, 2013. Shaina, Lizzie, Cabella, and Yoselin will attend events, present awards, make an appearance in the Annual Fair Parade, and will proudly represent their communities and the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair. Please visit the fair’s website at www.tbvfair.com for more information and a full list of events at the 2013 Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair.

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Sharon Trumbly Mary Mauch, Tulelake Janet Scweigert Rae Dean Marks Susan Sura, Tulelake Susan Perry, Tulelake Diane Sweasy, Tulelake Faye Adams, Tulelake Sharon Baghott, Tulelake Linda Holbrook, Butte Valley Rita Hundley, Tulelake Joyce Jordan, Butte Valley Vickie Hedington, Tulelake Chris Jerzykowski, Tulelake Joanna Fleming, Butte Valley Pam Short, Butte Valley Julia Schindler, Tulelake Karlene Edwards, Tulelake Janna Jones, Tulelake Holly King, Tulelake Jan Rose, Tulelake Connie Ericson, Butte Valley

So much more than just the annual fair!

Miss Tulelake Miss Butte Valley 1975 Janie Smalley Janice Peters 1976 Debra Wilson April Ward 1977 Jackie Duran Karen Wheeler 1978 Stacey Brennam Shelly Boese 1979 Marla Jerzyskowski Lori Sammis 1980 Linda Scott Lorrie Boese 1981 Mary Kelleher Dina Kelley 1982 Patricia Pierce Karen Boese 1983 Cindy Lawson Sheila Boomgarden 1984 Joanne Rodriguez Michele Nilsson 1985 Beth Danosky Sheri Titus 1986 Leslie Green Michele Hamilton 1987 Jennifer Boyd Leann Nelle 1988 Vicki Woodman Chana Farnam 1989 Annaliesa Guthrie Shawn Buckmaster 1990 Denise Oman Heather Holmberg 1991 Jessica Green Hollie Streed 1992 Kori Peterson Tonya Hamilton 1993 Leah Costa Marcy Barnett 1994 Megan Seus Jesse Truax 1995 Julie Naylor Melissa Ward 1996 Caroline Jenkins Heather Hanson 1997 Heather Wright Jamie Faivre 1998 Jennifer Molder Sabrina Rinehart 1999 Sarah Robison Julie Root 2000 Annie Ratliff Susanne Fields 2001 Bridget Luscombe Kirby Rosecrans 2002 Brooke Heiney Mary Beth Cleland 2003 Katherine Edgar Olivia Rosecrans 2004 Michelle Huffman Alyssa Carroll 2005 Shyla Crawford Kristen Berengue 2006 Jordan Walden Patti Tracy 2007 Heather Ademac 2008 Laura Plass Emily Rosecrans 2009 Lexie Greenbank Becky Zarzynski 2010 Marilyn Macy Kady Porterfield 2011 Karra Mahan Kara Porterfield 2012 Rosario Jaime Delaney Helms

hat happens at the fairgrounds when it’s not fair-time? There is so more to the TulelakeButte Valley Fair than just the annual fair following Labor Day weekend each year. In fact, there are many services available to you throughout the year! The facilities provide a wide variety of history and educational opportunities through both the Museum of Local History operated by the fair staff and the Visitor’s Center of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, Tule Lake Unit which is operated by the Lava Beds National Park Service. The fairgrounds offers very reasonably priced building rentals and storage rental space for boats, house trailers, motor homes, recreational vehicles and farm equipment. During the rest of the year the fairgrounds buildings are utilized for numerous rental services and events including the Tulelake Continuation School held in the prior main office building, a 2 month housing facility for 450 migrant workers, various weddings and receptions, meetings, fundraisers and social gatherings are held in the Home Economics, Arts & Crafts, Main Exhibit and Commercial Buildings. The outdoor facilities are used for numerous events and services ranging from sports to year round RV Camp sites. Numerous local community groups utilize the fairgrounds for their annual gatherings including the TID summer picnic, Tulelake Volunteer Fire Department annual fundraiser, Babe Ruth Baseball Games, the Stateline Spectacular Livestock Jackpot Show. If you are interested in utilizing the fairgrounds for your next activity, event, table rental or storage service please call the fair office at (530) 6675312 or email tulefair@cot.net. We will try our best to accommodate all of your rental needs and in doing so provide you with great “old fashioned small town” customer service!

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HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING

COMMERCIAL BUILDING The Commercial building is 100’x50’ when rented out it includes one of our concession kitchens and a restroom building. Dimensions: 100’x50’ Heat: Monitor Heater

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The Home EC building is the ideal site for weddings, wedding receptions, dances and meetings. It includes a foyer, main hall, floriculture wing, and kitchen. Dimensions: Foyer: 616 sq ft Main Hall: 2464 sq ft Floriculture wing: 1920 sq ft Capacity: Main hall: 164 seated or 352 standing Floriculture wing: 128 seated or 278 standing

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Kitchen: Equipment includes: ovens, stoves, freezer, refrigerator, dishwasher, dishes, and utensils Heat: 3 monitor heaters

Utilities: Hardwood floors, men’s and women’s restrooms Rental Rates: Main Hall & Floriculture wing (includes kitchen & restrooms):

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ARTS & CRAFTS BUILDING The Arts & Crafts building is an attractive facility for your open house receptions and meetings. The building does include a small kitchen. Dimensions: 2029 sq ft

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Utilities: Linoleum tile and men’s and women’s restrooms

Kitchen: Equipment includes a sink and stovetop

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Rental rates:

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MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING The Main Exhibit building is 160’x60’ when rented out it includes one of our concession kitchens and a restroom building. Dimensions: 160’x60’

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PO BOX 576 – TULELAKE, CA 96134

STATELINE PARTS SUPPLY INC.

WoRKing foR YoU WoRKing WiTh YoU We know the unique challenges faced by the agricultural industry. After all, we’ve specialized in agricultural financing, services and programs since 1916.

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SERVING NORTHERN CALIFORNIA & THE KLAMATH BASIN

Call today or visit us online at www.agloan.com

TULELAKE: 530-667-3358 • MERRILL: 541-798-5015 22301 Stateline Rd. & Hwy 39 (Oregon & California Stateline)

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ALTURAS 530.233.4304 TULELAKE 530.667.4236 YREKA 530.842.1304 A part of the Farm Credit System. Equal Opportunity Lender.

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Proud Sponsor of the 2013 Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair Serving the Communities of the Klamath Basin Since 1985.

AUTO | HOME | LIFE FARM | CROP WORKERS’ COMP BUSINESS TULELAKE 204 Highway 139 Just south of CA/OR border (530) 667-5656 KLAMATH FALLS 6508 South 6th Street Across from Home Depot (541) 850-8170

You Can Trust Us to Do the Job For You

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