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The Fair Wishes to Thank ... Biasi Automotive

Gunlock Rock

Monster Design & Screenprinting

Brian Head Resort

Harris Cabinet

Parowan Café

Brian Head Reservations

Home Depot

Parowan Chamber of Commerce

Sponsors............................................................................2 Parowan City Employees C-A-L Ranch IFA Country Stores Welcome...........................................................................3 Parowan Dairy Freeze Castro & Company Jewelers Iron County Building Dept. Fair Board..........................................................................4 Parowan High School Cedar Breaks Lodge Iron County IT Dept. Miss Iron County...........................................................6 Stage Crew Cherry Creek Radio Iron County Search & Rescue Demolition Derby.........................................................7 Parowan Visitors Center Cliff Stubbs Concrete Iron County Sheriff Dept. Mud Bog............................................................................7 Scholzen Products & Excavating Iron County Today Trail Ride............................................................................7 Smith’s Supermarket Color Country Pediatrics Iron County Tourism New! Photo Contest...............................................8 State Bank of Southern Utah Complete Family Dental Jared Burton Horseshoeing New! Yodeling Contest.........................................8 Wal-Mart Coy & Dennis Stowell Jerry Veseley New! Minute-To-Win-It........................................8 Wecco Kip Stowell New! Frozen T-shirt Contest..............................8 Jolley’s Ranchwear Zion’s Photography Del Ray’s Auto Body New! Wife/Husband Calling Contest...........8 Lin’s Supermarket ERA Realty Center And all others who so New! Ski Pass Scramble.......................................8 Lloyd Stubbs Family Fresh Market Supermarket generously donate prizes Beautiful Baby Contest..............................................9 and/or time for the Fair Grand Lodge M&D Foodtown Diamond Dive................................................................9 Iron County Fair’s Got Talent...................................9 Labor Day Car Classic..............................................10 Labor Day Parade.......................................................11 Grand Marshal............................................................11 Schedule of Events....................................................12 Little Buckaroo Rodeo..............................................14 Miss Rodeo Iron County.........................................14 Exhibits . ........................................................................15 Entertainment Tent..................................................16 Entertainer Bios.........................................................16 ... For arena events on sale beginning Midway West Carnival............................................18 August 2. $1 off Petting Zoo....................................................................18 the regular price Food Concessions......................................................18 if purchased early. Fair Vendors..................................................................18 Tickets can be Family Fun and Ranch Rodeo..............................19 purchased at Cedar City & Parowan Broken Heart Rodeo.................................................20 Visitor Centers. RMPRA Rodeo...............................................................20 We will have a new After the Rodeo...........................................................21 express line at the Fireworks.......................................................................21 grandstands for Sunday Evening Program......................................22 advance ticket holders. Tractor Caravan & Show........................................23 Horse Races..................................................................24 Horseshoe Toss...........................................................24 This Iron County Fair publication was printed and distributed in part by Cedar City Radio Control Club............................24 Southwest Publishing, publisher of the Iron County Today weekly newspaper. 5K Fun Run and Walk...............................................24 Advertising sales and design/layout was provided by Iron County Today.

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Welcome to the Iron County Fair year unty Fair. Last e 2010 Iron Co irs ever and we fa Welcome to th essful the most succ we had one of to be just as exciting. ar ar l time of the ye e expect this ye to this specia at d br ar le rw ce fo to ok We lo together families come rowan to enjoy the d an s nd ie fr when e to Pa mer and com the end of sum ents associated with it . e ev to the Fair fair and all th y appreciation for all their hard m s es pr ex to I’d like y volunteers d all the man Fair. Committee an joy the 2010 Iron County n en ca l al at th re work to insu ty Mayor es, Parowan Ci Donald G. Land

It’s Iron County Fair time agai getting shorte n. The days ar r, the children e ar homemakers are busy cann e back in school, ing/freezing th season’s gard is en moderated so produce, the summer heat mewhat. Yes!!! has It’s and the hint of winter weath Labor Day weekend er is already in entries over to th th the ribbons yo e fairgrounds and clear an e air. Get those prize-winni ng u will be taking area on the liv in It is a great pl ace to meet yo home after the judging is co g room wall for ur friends and mpleted. Oh ye all summer. Th neig s! er midway as wel e will be exciting rides for th hbors that you have not se ! l as vendors in en e children of al during the tim th l e entertainmen e food court to cater to your ages on the community bu t in the grands every taste bu t, d ta events hoping the citizens of Brian Head w nd area. We may be a smal to see our frie l ill be out in fo nds and neighb rce communities during ors from the su at the various rrounding See you at the this fabulous fall event. Iron County Fa ir!!

On behalf of Iron County Co Iron County and the mmissioners, Iw like to extend a personal invi ould tation to each of you to attend the 20 10 Iron County Fair. Th e Iron County Fair is filled with acti vities and trad itio provide entert ainment for ev ns that eryone. Parowan, the first County, is hono settlement in Iron red to host th e major portion of the festivities and extend a warm welcom e to all those attending. “COUNTRY PR is the theme se IDE – COUNTY WIDE” lected for ever ything that is will there be al happening th l the traditiona is year. Not on l activities such the car show, ly the Miss Iron as the parade County Contes , the horse ride added several t, etc. but the , new attraction com s this year. Th Photo Contes ere will be a Sk mittee has t and Minute -T i Pass Scrambl o-Win-It cont Fair’s Got Tale e, a est and the 2n nt competition d annual Iron , and other ac Be sure to look County tivities too nu through this merous to list tabloid for a lis times they ar here. ting of all the e available. events and th I am so proud e to live in Iron tion is honore County where d, the people th e scenery is beau are friendly an WELCOME TO tiful, tradid patriotism is THE 2010 IRO still alive and N COUNTY FA well. IR!! Lois Bulloch, Ir on County Co mmissioner

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Dutch Deutsch lander, Brian H ead

Each year Cedar City residents look forward to th e Iron County Fa ir. It has always been the plac e to be on Labo r Day weekend . It meet old friend is a great place to s ones. Whether and to make new yo area or your fa u are visiting our mily has been here for 100 years, the fair has so mething for you. From frui rodeos to para t displays to music, de carnival rides, s, petting zoos to it is all at the fair. I invite you to co m variety of expe e and share in the riences that ar e the Iron County Fa ir. Cedar City is a place to live of beautiful, friendly fering a qualit y of life that is un matched. We have a history of ed uc and hardworki ation, the arts ng citizens who volunteer for numerous ca uses The Iron Coun ty Fair gives us . an opportunit y to share thes e talents and ac complishmen ts with all those who attend th e fair. I look forward you at the fair. to seeing all of

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nce again it is time for the Iron County Fair. Our theme this year is “Country Pride – County Wide.” Within our county, we have wonderful people that exemplify Country Pride. The fair is the time for people to come together and enjoy each other. We have tried to find activities and entertainment that will appeal to all of our citizens. Last year our contests were such a success that we have increased them with fun contests and great prizes donated by many supportive businesses of Iron County. Again this year, we will have local entertainment, fireworks, great arena events, and fun for all ages. I would like to extend a welcome to everyone and hope you will join us in the fun of this year’s Iron County Fair. Joyce Evans, Iron County Fair Manager

Alma Adams County Commission

Lois Bulloch County Commission

Wayne Smith County Commission

Joyce Evans Manager

Debbie Grimm Secretary/ Tickets & Gates

Mary Halterman Graphic Design

David Yardley County Clerk

Garth Decker Fairgrounds Maintenance

Kelly Stones Parowan City Maintenance

Mike Robinson 5K Fun Run/Walk

John & Dave - B92.1 Announcers Mud Bog/Demo Derby

Michelle Naegle Baby Contest

Jet Smith Concessions

Angie Bentley Contest Tent

Royce Houchen Demo Derby/ Mud Bog

Heather Shurtleff Entertainment Tent

Lisa Cox Exhibits

Kasey Stowell Family Ranch Rodeo

Gib Mitchell Horseshoe Tournament

Kathy Riggs Iron County Extension/4H

Chad Reid Iron County Extension/4H


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Amber Burton Little Buckaroo Rodeo

Angie Benson Little Buckaroo Rodeo/ Rodeo Committee

Mari Burgess Miss Iron County Pageant

Ty Mackelprang Miss Rodeo Iron County

Marge Cipkar Petting Zoo

Brad Benson Rodeo Chairman

Mike Adams Rodeo Committee/ Equipment

Coy Stowell Rodeo Committee/ Equipment

Jerry Vesely Sound Technician

Dusty Benson Rodeo Arena Music

Jared Burton Rodeo Sound/ Rodeo Committee

Marilee Stowell Sunday Evening Program

Sheridan Hansen Tractor Caravan & Show

Mark Evans Trail Ride

Marie B. Adams T-shirts

Cambria Conlin Iron County Volunteer Center/Parade

Tracy Garrett Iron County Volunteer Center/Parade

Judy Rockwell Custodian

Carey & Lisa Brough - Car Show (No Photo Available)


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Miss Iron County Pageant Saturday, Aug. 14 • 7 p.m.

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he Miss Iron County Pageant will be held on Saturday, August 14 at 7 p.m. in the Canyon View High School auditorium. The 12 contestants will have a tough competition this year with so many qualified contestants. With the theme of “You Can’t Stop the Beat,” we are looking forward to another fantastic pageant this year. The new Miss Iron County will have a year of excitement ahead of her as she represents Iron County around the state and at the Miss Utah Pageant next year. We thank Mari Burgess, director of the Miss Iron County Pageant, and her committee for all of their hard work. Come and see the Miss Iron County contestants compete for scholarship money and prizes donated by our generous sponsors.

Delaney Westfall

Miss Iron County 2009

Ashley Aitken

Laura Bugg

Katie Bulloch

Crystal Cardon

Brittney Evans

Stephany Grass

Lindsey Hancock

McCall Nielson

Aimee Peterson

Kellie Terry

Nicole Terry

Cheyenne White


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Mud Bog

Aug. 21 • 7 p.m.

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or more mind-boggling, mud-boggling excitement than you can handle, come down to the Iron County Fair Grandstands on Saturday, August 21 at 7 p.m. Sponsored by the Parowan Dairy Freeze, Harris Custom Cabinets and Monster Design and Screenprinting, this year’s Mud Bog promises to be the most fun you’ll have all summer. So bring a date, or the whole family, and enjoy some down-and-dirty fun as cars try to make it through a pit of mud. Come cheer on your favorite car, truck or 4-wheeler as they spin out of control with their drivers vying for top prize money. Prices are $6 for adults and $3 for children under 12 ($1 off if you buy in advance). For more information or to enter, call the Iron County Fair at 477-8380 or visit www.ironcountyfair.net for an application.

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mash! Crash! Bam! Bash! If you like the excitement of watching vehicles destroyed before your very eyes, the 2010 Iron County Fair is hosting the Demolition Derby to satisfy your hunger. The event takes place at the Iron County Fairgrounds arena on Saturday, August 28 at 7 p.m. In an effort to attract additional cars from all over Southern Utah, the entry fee for the first 20 drivers will be waived. The entry fee will be $40 after the first 20 drivers have applied. This year’s Demolition Derby will also feature Mini Car Races—compact cars racing in a figure eight— and a Powder Puff category. Bring your friends and family to bask in the malicious disregard for life and limb for the small price of $6 for adults and $3 for children under 12 ($1 off if you buy in advance). For information or to enter call 477-8380 or visit www. ironcountyfair.net. A special thanks to Color Country Pediatrics and Cliff Stubbs Concrete and Excavating for sponsoring this event.

Demolition Derby Aug. 28 • 7 p.m.

Trail Ride

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ome join the fun and see the scenic landscape of Southern Utah on the Iron County Fair Trail Ride. A beautiful horse ride through the Parowan foothills is just what you need to get your family into the Fair spirit. If you are interested in participating in this event, meet at the Iron County Fairgrounds at the South parking lot at 9 a.m. on Saturday, August 28. As if the ride alone just wasn’t enough, there will also be a free lunch and a drawing for prizes after the ride. The event directors suggest that riders come prepared with proper clothing and sun block. They also stress that parents not send their children unattended. Mark Evans will be the trail boss this year, with help from John Bentley. The Fair Committee would like to thank them for heading up this event. For more information or questions call the Fair Office at 477-8380.


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alling all competitors! Meet in the Contest Tent at the fairgrounds for fun and games Friday, Saturday and Monday. Come participate in any or all of the exciting new contests.You can try your hand at everything from Oreo stacking to speed texting. Or try one of the three eating contests–watermelon, hotdogs, or pie. Come with an empty stomach and see who will win the title of Eating Champ!

Photo Contest

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ountry Pride – County Wide” is the theme of this year’s fair and new photo contest. What is Iron County to you? Where is your favorite spot? What does your family like to do in Iron County? Show us with your best photograph representing the theme. Open to residents only, professional or amateur. Photo must be taken within the last 12 months. Each photograph must be sent to the Iron County Fair Office as a jpeg file, accompanied by your name, address, phone number, and location of the photo taken within Iron County. All photographs become the property of Iron County. Photos will be judged upon the best representation of the theme “Country Pride – County Wide.” These photos will be compiled onto a DVD and will be made available to the public at the fair for $5. Email your photo to the fair office at fair@ironcounty. net. Cash prizes of $100, $50 and $25 will be awarded to first, second and third place winners.

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odel your way to stardom and fame at the Iron County Fair. Each contestant will be allowed 1 minute to yodel, either a capella or with one acoustic instrument. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Open to all ages.

Minute-To-Win-It

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oes your family, or you and your friends, have what it takes to be champions? Come compete in the Iron County Fair’s family-friendly version of “Minute-To-Win-It.” Ten teams of four people each (family members or friends) will have the opportunity to compete for great prizes in this fun event in the contest tent area at 3 p.m. Saturday, September 4. Teams can sign up in the exhibit building beginning at 11 a.m. on a first come-first served basis.

Frozen T-shirt Contest

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e the fastest to unwad, untwist or undo an Iron County Fair frozen T-shirt and put it on. Brrr. You keep the T-shirt and the winning prize is $25. Only first 10 can compete.

Wife/Husband Calling Contest

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hen you need your sweetie in a hurry, what do you do? You will be given 15 seconds to show us how you call your spouse. Be as creative as possible because you are competing for a 2-night stay at a Brian Head condo, dinner for 2 at Cedar Breaks Lodge and mountain bike rental for 2. Thank you to our sponsor Brian Head Reservations and Cedar Breaks Lodge.

Ski Pass Scramble

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et ready for ski season by diving for a season pass donated by Brian Head Resort at the Iron County Fair Monday, September 6 at 3 p.m. Right after the Diamond Dive, in the same pool, 10 pre-qualified contestants will have the opportunity to scramble for the ski pass. Listen to John and Dave in the Morning on B92 – Today’s Hit Music Monday through Friday, August 23-27 and August 30-September 3 to qualify. Contestants must be residents of Iron County and 16 years of age or older. Don’t miss the mayhem as they race to be the first to find the ski pass. Sponsored by Brian Head Resort and Cherry Creek Radio.


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The Diamond Dive

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ou’ve heard of pearl diving in the beautiful waters of the Pacific? Come participate in the Iron County Fair’s Diamond Dive Monday, September 6 at 2:30 pm to experience the next best thing. The midway between the contest tent and entertainment will be transformed into a pool filled with ice cubes, where 10 pre-qualified contestants will have the opportunity to dive for a beautiful diamond donated by Castro & Co Jewelers of Cedar City, Utah. Listen to John and Dave in the Morning on B92 – Today’s Hit Music Monday through Friday, August 23-27 and August 30-September 3 to qualify. Contestants must be residents of Iron County and 18 years of age or older. Be there in person to witness the excitement as these 10 participants scramble and fight for the. You don’t want to miss this! Sponsored by Castro & Co Jewelers and Cherry Creek Radio.

Dime Dive

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mmediately following the Diamond Dive and Ski Pass Scramble, before the ice melts, the pool will be filled with dimes for the children to jump in and pocket a bit of change.

Beautiful Baby Contest

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very baby is beautiful and to prove it, visit the Entertainment Tent at the Iron County Fairgrounds on Saturday, September 4 where Iron County’s most darling babies will be gathering at 10 a.m. (sign-ups at 9:30 am) for the Iron County Fair Beautiful Baby Contest. If your baby is the cutest around, enter him or her in the annual contest with an entry fee of only $5. The contest is open to babies up to 24 months old and boys and girls will compete separately. They will be separated into the following age groups: 0 to 6 months, 7-12 months, and 13-24 months. As always, there are great prizes. For more information contact the Iron County Fair at 477-8380.

Iron County Fair’s Got Talent

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o you juggle, dance, sing, perform magic? Come show us your stuff and compete in the 2nd Annual Iron County Fair’s Got Talent contest. Participants can compete in three age categories: Youth (ages 3-12), Teen (ages 13-17), and Adult (ages 18 and up). Single acts only will be accepted – sorry, no group entries. Applications can be found online at ironcountyfair.net, and only the first 10 in each category will be accepted. These 10 contestants will then compete in the Entertainment Tent at the Fairgrounds. Youth contestants will perform at 4 p.m. on Friday, September 3, teen contestants will perform at 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 4, and adult contestants will perform at 2:45 p.m. on Saturday, September 4. Two winners will be selected from each category to compete in the finals, held at 2 p.m. on Monday, September 6. All contestants must be residents of Iron County. For more information, call 477-8380.

Geocaching at the Fair Attention Geocachers, a new cache will be placed just in time for Iron County Fair. All you need is a GPS unit and the coordinates to be able to participate in this event. You can go to www. geocaching. com to find the coordinates.

Contest Tent Schedule Friday, Sept. 3 4 p.m.....................Oreo Stacking Ages 12 and Under - How high can you go?

5 p.m.............. Yodeling Contest 1 minute time limit per contestant

6 p.m............Hula Hoop Contest .Longest time wins bicycle from WalMart Saturday, Sept. 4 11 a.m. My Food Looks Funny .Does your food look funny? Do you have a Picasso on your plate? Can you create a robot out of cucumber, a porcupine out of pineapple or a watermelon into a whale? This is the contest for you!

11:30 a.m.

Wife/Husband Calling

15-second time limit

12 noon...........Graham Cracker Structures See how creative you can be (frosting and crackers provided)

1 p.m........ Watermelon Eating 2 p.m.......Bubble Gum Blowing Size matters

3 p.m............. Minute-To-Win-It 4 p.m...........Cell Phone Texting

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Monday, Sept. 6 1 p.m............................. Pie Eating 2 p.m..... Frozen T-Shirt Contest 2:30 p.m.............Diamond Dive Dime Dive 3 p.m.............Ski Pass Scramble 4 p.m..................Hot Dog Eating

Each day there will be new set of arena tickets and a treasure! Please – only one win per family.


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Labor Day Car Classic Sept. 6 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

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he Rotary Club of Cedar City is proud to sponsor the Labor Day Car Classic for the seventh consecutive year from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday, September 6. The Car Classic is an opportunity for owners to display vintage antique, classic, hot rods, and customized cars, as well as fancy motorcycles, for the public to enjoy. This has become one of the premier car shows in Southern Utah. Lisa and Cary Brough, 7TH

director of the Car Classic, invite vehicle owners and the public to participate in this event. The Cedar City Rotary Club is using this occasion as a fundraiser to help local organizations in financial need. The show will begin immediately after the parade at the Lion’s Park (200 S. 300 E.) in Parowan. Vehicle owners are required to pay a $25 entry fee for one or multiple entries registered to the same owner. A free t-shirt and door prize

ticket will be given for each entrant. Awards will be given to exceptional entries. Early-bird registration begins at 8:00 a.m. with a complimentary breakfast. Any early-birds who also want to drive their car in the parade contact Lisa or Cary at 805-703-0556. Come and enjoy DJ music, prize drawings, and food concessions, while viewing the magnificent varieties of classic cars on display. The event is free to the public.

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Monday, Labor Day September 6, 2010 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Parowan City Park

200 South 300 East

ENTRY FEE: $25

(Registration opens at 8:00 a.m.)

Includes single or multiple entries by same owner One 2010 Tee-Shirt per paid entry One Prize Drawing Ticket per paid entry Free Continental Breakfast Award Ceremony at 2:00 p.m.

Food & Beverages at Reasonable Prices Parade of Cars - Music - Awards

Name: ____________________________________________ Phone: ________________ Address: _________________________ City/State: _______________ Zip: __________ Make: _____________________ Model: _____________________ Year: ___________ Body Style: ________________ Engine: _______________ Car Club: _______________ Please describe any modifications to your vehicle or additional vehicles on back of this sheet. Please note - all entries that want to be in the parade will be grouped as an early entry to allow adequate time for cars to be returned to Parowan City Park. If you would like to be in the parade, please check the box.

ENTRY #

(For Official Use Only)

Participant’s Signature: __________________________ Please complete entry form and mail with payment to: (Make checks payable to Cedar City Rotary Club)

Labor Day Car Classic P.O. Box 1024 Cedar City, UT 84721 For more information, contact Carey or Lisa Brough at 1-805-703-0556 No responsibility is assumed or implied by the Iron County Fair, Cedar City Rotary Club, Car Classic Committee or any other individual for any loss due to theft, damage or injury.


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Grand Marshal

Labor Day Parade

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ountry Pride – County Wide” is the theme chosen for this year’s fair and parade, featuring Grand Marshal Gerald Sherratt. Come early to get your favorite shady spot so you don’t miss the floats, beauty queens, horses, marching bands, dancers and old-fashioned cars as they make their way down Parowan’s Main Street. The parade will be held on Monday – Labor Day – September 6 at 10 a.m. If you are interested in participating in the parade, turn in the entry form and a brief description of your entry to the Iron County Fair Office by Wednesday, September 1. We encourage entries to follow the theme to compete for prize money in each category. For more information contact the Iron County Fair Office at (435) 4778380 or visit the website www. ironcountyfair.net to download information and an application.

Gerald R. Sherratt Former Mayor of Cedar City, Utah President Emeritus, Southern Utah University

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erald R. Sherratt, former mayor of Cedar City and president emeritus of Southern Utah University, was born in Los Angeles, California, on November 6, 1931, the son of Lowell Heyborne and Elva Genevieve Lamb Sherratt. He attended public schools in Los Angeles; Goodsprings and Las Vegas, Nevada; and Cedar City, Utah. He graduated from Cedar City High School in 1949 where he was named “Man of the Year.” Dr. Sherratt attended the Branch Agricultural College (now

Southern Utah University) where he received an associate degree in 1951. He transferred to Utah State University in 1952 and was twice named “class personality.” He received a bachelors degree in elementary education in 1953 and a masters degree in education administration in 1954 from USU. He received a Ph.D. degree in administration of higher education from Michigan State University in 1975, where he was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, scholastic honorary. Dr. Sherratt served as an officer in the United States Air Force from 1954 to 1957 at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, where he was a training officer and later commander of a basic training squadron. Dr. Sherratt was selected as the 13th president of Southern Utah University in November, 1981 and assumed the presidential responsibilities on January 1, 1982. The institution was then known as Southern Utah State College. He served as president for 15 and a half years, retiring on June 30, 1997, the second longest presidential tenure during the university’s first century. Among the buildings constructed during Dr. Sherratt’s

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administration are the Centrum, a combined classroom and special events facility; the library; the Student Center; the Randall Lunt Jones Performing Arts Center; the R. Haze Hunter Conference Center; the Jay Dee Harris and Alice C. Harris Center; the Sharwan Smith Center; the Eccles Coliseum; the Presidentís Residence, and the Science Center. Dr. Sherratt is the founder of the Utah Summer Games and served as chairman of its Board of Directors for 11 years. He is also the founder of the Festival of the American West in Logan, Utah, and authored the Festival’s centerpiece pageant, The West: Americaís Odyssey, which was presented each summer in Logan for 25 years from 1972 to 1997. In 2001, he was elected mayor of Cedar City and held that position for two terms (eight years). During his service as mayor Cedar City built a new airport terminal, the Library in the Park, Festival Hall was constructed, and plans and funding were put into place for the construction of a new aquatic center, the largest in Utah. He was active in support of economic development and was named by Governor Jon

Huntsman to the Governorís Board of Economic Development. During his administration Cedar City built a new railroad spur to the industrial area near the airport, and constructed a fiber optic line from the eastern part of Iron County to Cedar City giving businesses and manufacturing firms full and redundant access to broadband. During his tenure as mayor a number of new parks and recreation sites were developed including the Rotary Centennial Veteranís Park, the Lake at the Hill (providing swimming, boating, and an urban fishery), the Memorial Grove, a number of new area parks, the Hills new ball complex was funded, and soccer fields were added. Dr. Sherratt has been named to the Utah Educator’s Hall of Fame, the Utah Tourism Hall of Fame, the Southern Utah University Hall of Honor, the Utah Shakespearean Festival’s Imperial Order, the Sigma Nu Hall of Honor, and the Utah Summer Games Hall of Honor, He has received an honorary doctorate degree from Southern Utah University. In 1998 he received the Pioneer of Progress Award of the Days of ‘47, Inc. In 1997 Southern Utah University placed his name on its library. For his years of service to Cedar City and Iron County, we proudly name Gerald R. Sherratt as this year’s Iron County Fair Grand Marshal.


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2010 Iron County Fai SATURDAY, AUG. 14

Miss Iron County Pageant: Canyon View High School, 7 p.m.

SATURDAY, AUG. 21

Mud Bog: Grandstands, 7 p.m. ($6 Adults, $3 Children)

SATURDAY, AUG. 28 For information call 865-1113

Rodeo

Trail Ride: IC Fairgrounds, 9 a.m. Demolition Derby: Grandstands, 7 p.m. ($6 Adults, $3 Children) Dance: Grandstand Gazebo, after Derby (music by Two Much Fun)

TUESDAY, Aug. 31

Carnival

Enter exhibits: (except crops, flowers, baked goods, candy), IC Fair Building, 1:30 to 8:30 p.m. Horse Race signup: IC Fairgrounds Gazebo, 6 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 Enter baked goods & candy: IC Fair Building, 8 to 10 a.m. (Judging starts at 10 a.m.)

THURSDAY, SEPT. 2

Contests

Enter crops, flowers: IC Fair Building 7 to 10 a.m. (Judging starts at 11 a.m.) Exhibits closed for judging: 10 a.m. Carnival opens: 4 p.m. Little Buckaroo Junior Rodeo: Grandstands, 6 p.m. ($5 Adults, $3 Children)

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 3

Exhibits: Noon to 10 p.m. Concessions: 3 p.m. to midnight Carnival: 4 p.m. to midnight Petting Zoo: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Entertainment Tent: 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Contest Tent: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Broken Heart Rodeo: Grandstands, 7 p.m. ($6 Adults, $3 Children, SUU students $5) Dance: Entertainment tent, 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. (music by Muddy Boots)

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*Some events, times & prices are subject to change. All children’s prices are for children age 12 and under.


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Parade

SATURDAY, SEPT. 4

Tractor Caravan: Cedar to Parowan through the Gap, 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tractor Show: Parowan Lion’s Park, 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Cedar City Radio Control Club Flight Demonstration: Valentine Peak Soccer Fields 10:00 a.m. Baby Contest: Entertainment Tent, 10:00 a.m. with sign up at 9:30 a.m. Exhibits: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Carnival & Concessions: 10 a.m. to midnight Entertainment Tent: Noon to 7 p.m. Contest Tent: Open 11 a.m. Family Ranch Rodeo: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jr. Livestock Show and Petting Zoo: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.10 a.m. - rabbits11 a.m. - chickens 12 noon - pets1 p.m. - ugly dog Broken Heart Rodeo: Grandstands, 7 p.m. ($6 adults, $3 children) Dance: Entertainment Tent, 9 p.m. after rodeo (music by Full Throttle)

Food

SUNDAY, SEPT. 5

Exhibits, Carnival, Concessions: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tractor Show: Parowan Lion’s Park, All Day Sunday Evening Program: Parowan High School Auditorium, 7 p.m.

Exhibits

5K Fun Run: South Pole of Fair Grounds, 8:00 a.m. Walk & 8:30 Run Car Show: Parowan Lions Park, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free registration breakfast 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Parade: Parowan Main Street, 10 a.m. Petting Zoo: Noon to 6 p.m. Entertainment Tent: Noon to 8:00 p.m. Tractor Show: Parowan Lion’s Park, noon to 3:00 p.m. Exhibits: Noon to 5 p.m. Exhibit Pick-Up: 5:30 to 7 p.m. Carnival: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Concessions: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Horseshoe tournament: Noon Iron County’s Got Talent Finals: 2 p.m. Contest Tent: Open 1 p.m. Diamond Dive/Ski Pass Scramble/Dime Dive: 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. UHRA TB & QH Horse races: Post Time 1 p.m. ($6 adults, $3 children) Bull Wars: Grandstand, 7 p.m. ($6 Adults, $3 Children)

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Miss Rodeo Iron County

Little Buckaroo Rodeo

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his year’s Miss Rodeo Iron County Pageant was held Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31 at the Iron County Fairgrounds in Parowan. The girls had a rigorous competition in many categories such as horsemanship, moving cattle, speech, interview, modeling, impromptu speaking, and personality. After all was said and done however, Chanille Chouquer came out on top as the 2010 Miss Rodeo Iron County Queen and Sadie Waller as the Princess. If you missed the pageant, you can still see the Rodeo Royalty at work herding cattle at the rodeos as well as judging contests during many events at the Fair. The Fair management would like to thank Miss Rodeo’s Director, Ty Mackelprang and her committee for putting on an awesome pageant!

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he Little Buckaroo Rodeo is a great opportunity for all kids 17 years and under to prepare for the big time rodeo. Barrel racing, goat tail tie, mutton bustin’, dummy roping, poles, and steer riding are among the classes in which you can participate. The contestants will be divided into four age groups: 8 and under, 8 and under assisted, 9-13, and 14-17 years old. Mutton bustin’ and dummy roping are for kids 8 and under, and steer/calf riding and breakaway is offered for ages 9-17. The Little Buckaroo Rodeo begins at 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 2 at the Iron County Fairgrounds Rodeo Arena. Belt buckles will be awarded to the winners in each event and in each age division. Trophy rope bags will be given to second place and trophy spur straps will be given to third place. All-around buckles will also be awarded. You must pre-register and all entries must be postmarked by September 1. Leanne Adams and Amber Burton will be taking in the entries this year. Late entries will be charged a $10 processing fee. Parents, you can join in the action by coming down to the Fairgrounds to watch your little buckaroo in the rodeo. Prices are: $5 for adults and $3 for children under 12. For more information contact the Iron County Fair Office at 477-8380.

Must Pre-enter All Age Divisions Are as of Date of Rodeo

Name__________________________________________

Shae Bohn

Phone_________________________________________ Prizes

Age 8 & Under Assisted

1st Place - Belt Buckle 2nd Place - Trophy Rope Bag 3rd Place - Trophy Spur Straps All Around Buckles

Age 8 & Under

 Name________________

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Barrels Poles Goat Tail Pull Mutton Bustin’ Dummy Roping

$5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00

Total_______

 Name________________

� Barrels � Poles � Goat Tail Pull

Parents may lead on foot, on horse, or ride with kids to assist. Every assisted participant will win $1 prize—regular 1st, 2nd, 3rd or all-around do not apply to the assisted category.

Alyssa Fairbanks

Karrie Ann Savage 2nd Attendant

Dusti Fallon

Matea Martineau

Age 9 - 13

 Name________________

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Barrels Poles Goat Tie Steer/Calf Riding Dummy Roping

$3.00 $3.00 $3.00

Total_______

Stephanie Jimerson 1st Attendant

Please make checks payable to the Iron County Fair

Mailing Address__________________________________ City, State, Zip_________________/_____/____________

Chanille Chouquer Miss Rodeo Queen

$7.00 $7.00 $7.00 $7.00 $7.00

Total________

Age 14 – 17

Sadie Waller Miss Rodeo Princess

Jessica Benson 1st Attendant

McKinzie Jimerson 2nd Attendant

Mariah Brewer

McKayla Jimerson

Jade Robb

Name_________________

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Barrels Poles Goat Tie Steer Riding Dummy Roping

$10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00

Total_________

I______________ will not hold Iron County Fair and/or The Little Buckaroo responsible for any (parent/guardian)

injury which may occur while my child (children) __________________________________ (list all names that apply)

participates in the Little Buckaroo Rodeo on September 2, 2010 at 6:00 PM.

______________________/__________ (parent or guardian)

(Date)

All entries must be postmarked by August 28, 2010. Mail entry form to Amber Burton, PO Box 286, Parowan, UT 84761. Entries postmarked later than August 28, will be charged a $10.00 processing fee. Call in entries to Amber Burton at (435) 477-8401 or Leanne Adams at 435-477-8219.

Miss Rodeo Sponsors

IFA • Jolley’s Ranchwear • Zion’s Photography • Parowan Leather Works C-A-L Ranch • Joe Marshall • Custom Tack • Walmart • M&D Foodtown


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othing says “county fair” better than an Exhibit Building full of handcrafted items created by Iron County residents. We are a talented bunch here at the southern end of the state, so bring in your quilts, saddles, counted-cross stitch samplers, fine art, photographs, jams, jellies, zucchini, pumpkins, etc. and share with the rest of us. Items can be entered on August 31, September 1 and 2 (see Exhibit Book or Schedule of Events for details and times). Make sure you come back to see all of the exhibits, including your own! Exhibits will be open to the public for viewing on Friday through Monday, September 3-6. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite entry for the People’s Choice Award. Exhibit books are available at various locations throughout Iron County, the Fair Office, or online at www.ironcountyfair.net For list of directors and coordinators, see Exhibit Book.

Exhibit Entering Schedule Exhibits Tuesday, August 31 1:30-8:30 p.m. Baked Goods & Candy Wednesday, September 1 8:00-10:00 a.m. Horticulture Thursday, September 2 7:00-10:00 a.m. Pick up all exhibits Monday, Sept. 6, 2010 5:30-7:00 pm


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Color Country Cloggers

Entertainment Tent Schedule Friday, Sept. 3

Parowan Community Band Iron County Fair’s Got Talent Youth Auditions One Voice Color Country Cloggers

3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 4 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:00 noon 2:00 p.m. 2:45 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

Beautiful Baby Contest 4-H Talent Show Two Much Fun Iron County Fair’s Got Talent Teen Auditions Iron County Fair’s Got Talent Adult Auditions Shyanna & Savanna Morgan Ukulele Ladies One Voice Miss Iron County Royalty

Monday, Sept. 6 12:00 noon 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Clique Iron County Fair’s Got Talent Finals Suit Coats Off the Cuff Amy Wilkey & Cheryl Hollingshead Color County Winds

Off the Cuff

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ff the Cuff, which prides itself on being the most affordable and family friendly entertainment in town, has been a part of the Cedar City community for the past 6 years. Composed of some of the best improvisers in the state of Utah, company members have been trained by some of the comedic greats. The company has worked closely with the Second City of Chicago and Charna Halpern, legendary comedic mentor to Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Chris Farley. Off the Cuff can be seen on Friday nights at 10 p.m. at the Crystal Inn in Cedar City. They are also available for improve workshops as well as booking opportunities for a variety of events including corporate conferences, small parties, etc. Be sure to check them out at www. otccomedy.com. They look forward to seeing you at their show in the entertainment tent.

The Suit Coats

Parowan Community Band

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arowan Community Band is a new group of local Parowan residents who love music and are excited for the opportunity to get together and play. They perform under the direction of CaryLee Zwang, head of the music department at Parowan High School. Come for half-hour of fun and listen to your friends and neighbors.

Amy Wilkey & Cheryl Hollingshead

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heryl Johnson Hollingshead and Amy Wilkey are a mother-daughter duo from Parowan. They have been singing together since Amy was 3 years old.  They enjoy singing all kinds of music especially country.  Amy currently teaches 5th grade at Parowan Elementary School.  Cheryl recently married long-time Parowan resident, Leon Hollingshead, and works at Parowan High School as an aide.  They are looking forward to singing at the fair again this year.   

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lan and Marsha Garber, with percussionist Carylee Zwang, play a wide variety of rock and pop music, rhythm ‘m blues, golden oldies and have been heard playing country tunes to boot. Two Much Fun started 20 years ago in California and has been in Iron County for more than 11 years. Alan has been playing guitar since the mid-60s. His wife Marsha picked up the bass and joined him touring 20 states before settling in the Cedar city area. Carylee, an SUU graduate in percussion and music teacher at Parowan High School, joined them in 2008, adding her percussion and vocal talents to the mix. You won’t want to miss this fun group, in the entertainment tent and after the Demolition Derby on August 28.

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avanna and Shyanna Morgan have been singing together, since they were very little. They have been members of many choirs, including the Utah Honor Choir and the Parowan High School choir. They also participate in the musical productions at Parowan High. While mixing up the melodies and harmonies between the two, Savanna and Shyanna enjoy making their voices come together as one. They enjoy singing and favoring audiences with a variety of songs: everything from church music, to Broadway tunes, to the hits of today.

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he Parowan and Cedar City Ukulele Ladies may best be described through their “theme song,” which was composed by Irene Tebbs and Jeanne Lawler: Ukulele Ladies, play their ukuleles; we are here to sing for you. Ukulele ladies play their ukuleles, do a Untitled little Document hula too. If you know the song, just sing it right along, for we will sing the old and new. Ukulele Ladies play their ukuleles; having fun is what we do!

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Food Concessions

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fter a hard day at the Carnival or shopping at the Fair Vendor booths, stop by one of our delicious food booths. All of your old favorites are back with some new ones added. Experience various cultures as you taste Hawaiian delights, Navajo tacos, Chinese Food. The good old standards – hamburgers, hotdogs, roasted corn, BBQ, Kettle Korn, funnel cakes, chicken, donuts – plus freshly squeezed lemonade, ice cream, shaved ice, smoothies and soda will be there for your pleasure. The grandstand food concession is open during all arena events as well. Don’t miss out on all the vendors who have come to provide delicious food to tickle your taste buds. There is something for everyone! Concessions open Friday, September 3and go through Monday, September 6. See the schedule of events for specific times.

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Do you fancy yourself brave enough to try the Zipper? How about the Ferris Wheel? Perhaps a nice rest on a bench in the shade is more your style? The Midway West Carnival features rides and fun for kids of all ages. Benches are provided for parents and grandparents to relax and keep the children under a watchful eye while they have fun. Along with your favorite rides, family-friendly games--with levels of skill for all ages--are also provided to add to the fun carnival experience. Midway West Carnival specializes in popcorn, cotton candy, freshly made caramel, candy apples and snow cones. Carnival discount pre-sale tickets will go on sale Monday, August 23, 2010 at the following locations: Lin’s Market Place, Fresh Market, Smith’s, M&D Foodtown, Parowan Drug & Gift, The Parowan Visitors’ Center, Cedar City Visitors Center, and the Iron County Fair Office. The discounted price this year is $18 for 40 tickets, or you can buy them full price at the carnival. Wristbands will also be available for unlimited riding on Thursday and Sunday for $18. We’ll see you at the Fair!

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hat does Scentsy, jewelry and salsa makers have in common? You can buy them from the vendor booths at the 2010 Iron County Fair. Knives, books, guns, t-shirts, scented candles, landscape photographs: there is something for everyone! Concessions open Friday, September 3rd and go through Monday, September 6th. See the schedule of events for specific times.

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nimals! Animals! Animals! If you haven’t yet visited the Petting Zoo at the fair, you are missing a lot of fun. There are sure to be some baby chicks, ducks, rabbits, goats, lambs, and pigs. The tent will be in a new location this year. You can’t miss it – in the south parking area between the carnival and the concession booths. Check out the schedule below to see when our open livestock shows will be held. Prizes will be awarded $6 for a blue ribbon, $4 for a red ribbon, and $2 for a white ribbon. This year will be a ton of fun - we are adding a sawdust treasure dig - and you won’t want to miss any of it! See you at the Fair! For more information contact Marge Cipkar at 477-8218 or Diana Calloway at 477-9168.

Petting Zoo Schedule Friday, Sept. 3 Petting Barn 3-7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4 Petting Barn - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Livestock Show Open for children up to 18 years of age only Rabbits - 10 a.m. Chickens - 11 a.m. Pets - 12 p.m. Ugly Dog Contest - 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 6 Petting Barn 12-6 p.m.


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Family Ranch Rodeo

The Donkeys are Back!

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hat is more fun that watching the rough and tumble excitement of a rodeo? Participating in your very own rodeo!!! The Iron County Fair Family Ranch Rodeo is the place to be on Saturday, September 4 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Come try your hand at Team Branding, Team Penning, Muley Roping, Team Sorting, Barrel Racing, Ride-a-Bare Buck, or test your skills in the Egg Race or Musical Chairs. Back by popular demand are the donkeys!! The donkey-watermelon race was such a hit last year we had to bring it back. You will see it at the Family Ranch Rodeo as well as the rodeos on Friday, Saturday and Monday. Enter online at www.ironcountyfair.net or send in the entry form in this tabloid. Registration will also be from 8-8:45 a.m. day of rodeo.

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September 4, 2010 • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Iron County Fairgrounds Team Branding - $5/person $20/team (all ages) 1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________ 4._____________($20)______ Team Sorting - $5/person $20/team (all ages) 1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________ 4._____________($20)______ Muley Roping - $5/person $10/team (all ages) 1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________ 4._____________($10)______ Muley Roping - $5/person $10/team (all ages) 1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________ 4._____________($10)______ Team Penning - $5/person $15/team (all ages) 1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________ 4._____________($10)______ Donkey/Watermelon Race - $2/person $4/team (must be at least 14 to enter) 1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________ 4._____________ ($4)______ Team Rep___________________________________ (TOTAL)______ Mailing Address______________________________ Mail entries to: ____________________________________________ Kacey Stowell PO Box 1675 Entries are due by Saturday, August 28 Parowan, UT 84761 Get rules online @www.ironcountyfair.net 435-590-2875

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RMPRA Rodeo: Sept. 3 & 4

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roken Heart Rodeo, LLC, is family owned and operated by Ben and Jennifer German. They are located in West Point, Utah, the home of 100 head of bulls and 80 head of horses that make up Broken Heart Rodeo Company. Now in their 18th year of providing livestock, Broken Heart is a member of the Rocky Mountain Professional Rodeo Association and has provided animals for the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas along with all the top rodeos in Utah. Broken Heart has also produced animals for amateur rodeos, high school rodeos, and college rodeos throughout the state. One of their main goals is to consistently provide their committees with championship caliber livestock and production. Announcer Ed Bingham and Barrelman John Beck will return as well to entertain us. You can catch the Broken Heart Rodeo right here at the Iron County Fair on Friday, September 3 and Saturday, September 4 at 7 p.m. Be sure to stay after the Saturday evening performance for the fireworks display, and dances in the entertainment tent both Friday and Saturday following the rodeo. There will also be Bull Wars on Monday, September 6 at 7 p.m. Ticket prices are $6 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under ($1 off if you buy in advance). Don’t miss any of the exciting action at the Iron County Fair!

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ractor owners are encouraged to participate in the 5th Annual Iron County Fair Tractor Caravan and Show to be held September 4-6. The Caravan and Show are sponsored by the Color Country Antique Machinery Association. The Cedar Breaks Model A Club will participate in the caravan. The Caravan will travel from Cedar City to Parowan. A tractor show will then be held at the Parowan Lion’s Park. There will be a $10 per tractor fee or $25 maximum fee for multiple tractors by one owner. Rules for the caravan are as follows: 1.Tractors can be any make, model or year; 2. Drivers must meet state requirements; 3. Tractors should have slow moving signs on them; 4. Tractors are encouraged to fly big American Flags; 5. Family members or others may ride on tractors or in towed vehicles, but driver is responsible for their safety; 6. Tractors will travel in one of two groups, those which can travel 7 mph, and those which are slower. The Caravan will start in Cedar City at the Iron Country Central Water Conservancy District Office Parking Lot at 88 E. Fiddlers Canyon Road (1900 N., south of KB Express) at 9 a.m. on September 4 (lineup at 8:30 a.m.). Trailers, trucks, etc. can be left at the parking lot. The Caravan will travel 28.5 miles to Parowan via the Parowan Gap and will be at the Lion’s Park by 1:30 pm where a meal will be provided for participants and their families. For more information contact Sheridan Hansen at 435-586-7512 or the Fair Office at 477-8380

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et your family team together for the 2010 Iron County Fair 5K. This year in addition to the 5K run and the 5K walk; we will be adding a family race portion. Each family team must consist of five runners. The runners can be part of any age group or gender. The only requirement is that you are part of that family. The Family Race will be scored like a cross country race. Each team member will be awarded the number of points that correspond with the place they finish by gender. The family who finishes with the least number of points will be this year’s winner and will receive a prize as well as bragging rights for the next year. The Iron County Fair 5K provides a fun positive experience for any age or ability. With over 200 participants in last year’s event, you should be able to find someone to run or walk with that is at your pace. This year’s run will be starting earlier to allow you more time between the race and the start of the parade. The walk will begin at 8 a.m. followed by the run at 8:30. The race starts at the entrance to the carnival and finishes on Main Street and 200 North. For more information call Mike Robinson at 477-8869 or 590-0021 or check the Iron County Fair website for information and registration. http://www.fairironcounty.net. Get in shape, and come have a fun time at this year’s Iron County Fair 5K.

5k Fun Run & WALK REGISTRATION FORM September 6, 2010 Name:_________________________________ Date of Birth:________________ Mailing Address:______________________________ City:__________________ Phone #:______________________________ Shirt Size: Adult S M L XL

(if pre-registered by Aug. 28)

5K Run _____ 5K Walk _____ Family Race _____ Family Race team: 1. ________________________________ 2. _______________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. _______________________________ 5. ________________________________Team Name ______________________ Please fill out a registration form for each team member.

Race fee enclosed (make checks payable to Cross County Parents’ Club) _____ $10.00 - Pre-Registration (received by September 1.) _____ $15.00 - Day of Race Registration _____ $5.00 - (No Shirt) High School X-Country Team Member (School_____________) _____ $10.00 - (w/Shirt) High School X-Country Team Member (School_____________) Gender: Male____ Female____ Age Group: 10 & under___ 11-14___ High School____ 18-25___ 26-35___ 36-45___ 46-55___ 56-65____ 66 & over____ Emergency contact:_____________________________ Phone:______________ I understand that a 5K run is a strenuous event, and that I should consult my physician prior to participating in such an event. I am entering this event voluntarily and will not hold the Iron County Fair and/ or Cross Country Parents’ Club or any of their employees or volunteers responsible for any injury I may experience as a result of my participation in this event. _______________________________ _________ Signature of Participant

Date

__________________________________ _______

Signature of Parent or Guardian (if under 18) Date

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Horse Races T

he Utah Horse Racing Association sanctioned races are scheduled for Monday, September 6th at 1 pm at the Iron County Fairgrounds in Parowan. Everyone should be in attendance at this thrilling event! Kelly Gillins of Fillmore, Utah will be our announcer this year. Some of the greatest thoroughbreds and quarter horses in the Intermountain West will be at the Fairgrounds in Parowan to compete for a win! To race, you can sign-up on Tuesday, August 31 at 6 p.m. at the Iron County Fairgrounds gazebo. There will be big purses and each jockey that rides will receive $75 per ride. There will also be sponsor prizes. Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for children under 12 ($1 off if you buy in advance). Everyone come out for a good time at the racetrack.

Horseshoe Toss

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ho needs video games when you can enjoy the game of a slower, gentler time– horseshoe pitching. Head on over to the Iron County Fair horse shoe pits and try your hand at tossing a few horseshoes. This Southern Utah Horseshoe pitching Association Sanctioned Tournament is set for Monday, September 6 10 a.m. Signups will start at 9:30 a.m. After the parade, go directly to the Fairgrounds to toss a horseshoe or two. For more information contact Gib Mitchell at 586-8936.

Cedar City Radio Control Club Flight Demonstration

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he Cedar City Radio Control Club will be holding flight demonstrations from 10 a.m. until noon on Saturday, September 4 at the Valentine Peak Sports Complex parking lot in Parowan. Come see Radio Controlled Model Airplanes perform basic and advanced flight maneuvers. The pilots will be on hand to answer questions and show the basics of model airplanes.


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Iron County Today: 2010 Iron County Fair  

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