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All-American Country Hoedown

Schedule of Events Thursday, June 3rd 6:00 pm

Miss Country Girl – Brown/Vernon Fire House, admission fee $2.00, children 12 & under free Entertainment: Katie Stahl

Friday, June 4th 12:00 pm

Senior Citizens Lunch, Bingo, Cake Walk - Community Building 5:30 pm - ? Classic Car Show/Cruise-in – DJ - Scott Ratts 6:00 pm Campbellsburg Masons Fish Fry - Community Building – Fish sandwich, fries & drink 6:00 pm - ? Talent Show - Shelter House 6:00 pm Kids Zone, Children's Activities – Northside of Fire House 7:30 pm - 9 pm Paul Smith and Company - Shelter House

Saturday, June 5th 7:00 - 10 am

Lions Club Pancake Breakfast - Community Building – Pancakes, sausage, coffee, milk & orange juice 7:00 am Habitat for Humanity 5k Walk/Run Registration - Front of Campbellsburg Christian Church, North Sycamore St 8:00 am Habitat for Humanity 5k Walk/Run Begins 9:00 am Habitat for Humanity Kids Run 9:15 am Habitat for Humanity Awards Presentation 9:00 am Food & Craft Booths Open and Antique Tractor Show Display Opens 9 am - 5:00 pm Trampoline Bungee Jump 9:55 am National Anthem sung by Erin Houchin at Shelter House 10:00 am Westview Bell Choir – Shelter House 10:30 am Lisa Adams, Kayce Johnson, Sarah Cole, Patriotic Medley - Shelter House 10 - 11:30 am Baking Entries Accepted at Old Bank Building – Sponsored by K&E Market 11:00 am American Legion Barbeque behind the Town’s Water Building – BBQ chicken, baked beans, cole slaw & roll 11:00 am Paul Stout - Shelter House

SALEM

12:00 pm

Southern Indiana Dulcimers - Shelter House Judging of Baking Contest Entries -t Old Bank Building 1:00 pm Jimmy Wilcoxen - Shelter House Baby Contest Registration - Brown/Vernon Fire House 1:00 pm Kiddie Tractor Pull by Tri-County Antique Farm Machinery Association of Mitchell 2:00 pm J. C. O’Neal - Shelter House Baby Contest Judging - Brown/Vernon Fire House 2 - 4:00 pm Ice Cream Social - Community Building – Sugar Creek Church Relay for Life 3:00 pm Winners Announced and Awards Presented for Coloring Contest, Baking Contest - Shelter House 3:15 pm Auction of Baked Goods - Shelter House 4 pm Little Cowboy/Little Cowgirl Contest - Shelter House 5:00 pm Crawford County Community Band - Shelter House 5:00 pm- ? Kids Zone, Children's Activities - Northside of Fire House 6:00 pm Grandview Junction - Bluegrass - Shelter House 7 pm - 9:00 pm Paul Smith and Company - Shelter House 9 pm -11:00 pm Paul Stout and Band – Street Dance

All-American

Country Hoedown Campbellsburg, Indiana 2010 Lizzie Chastain and Mason Cope, two of the winners in last year’s Little Cowboy and Cowgirl contest, wave to the crowd during the parade.

Sunday, June 6th 12:00 pm

12:30 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:30 pm 2:00 pm 3:00 pm 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00

pm pm pm pm

Antique Tractor Show Display by Tri-County Antique Farm Machinery Association of Mitchell Food & Craft Booths Open John Trinkle and Tanya Webb - Shelter House Parade Registration and Line-up - NetShape Technologies Jason Beard - Shelter House Meet and Greet -Parade Grand Marshall, Brian Durham – Gazebo - James Wilkins House B & B - Refreshments Sparkles and Spurs Line Dance Group - Firehouse Parade – “Small Town-Big Dreams” Grand Marshall Brian Durham "Short Notice" – Shelter House Awards for Parade Winners - Shelter House “Sonshiners Quartet” - Shelter House Closing

Little Cowboy, Cowgirl contest Saturday Do you have that special child who likes to dress up and play like they are back in the good old days when there were real cowboys/cowgirls who rode their horses into town? We know there are plenty of children who still dream of riding a horse or pony, or better yet, having their own! Enter your little cowboy or cowgirl in the annual contest Saturday, June 5. The contest is open to any child age 2 through 12. Entry forms must be turned in with registration fee of $5. Each entrant will receive a prize for participation. Winners in each category will each receive a $50 savings bond. A panel of judges will determine the winning cowboy and cowgirl. Judging and awards will be presented at that time. Western wear is encouraged, but not absolutely necessary. For more information contact Kathie Green, 755-4487. Entry forms can be found at: Norm’s Bait Shop, National City Bank, and K & E Market in Campbellsburg and at the information booth in the community building during festival hours Friday and Saturday, or visit www.campbellsburghoedownfestival.com and print off a registration form.

Sonshiners to sing Sunday The Sonshiners Quartet, a Southern gospel group, will entertain Sunday afternoon. The quartet features Tim Chastain (front) of Campbellsburg.

Information booth A festival information booth will be located in the community building and open at the following times. Friday: 6–8 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday: Noon – 2 p.m. Be sure to pick up your copy of this year’s festival schedule. Registration forms for the talent show, baby contest, and little cowboy/little cowgirl contest will also be available. Available for purchase: 2010 Edition Collectors Pottery, a 2-quart utility crock, for $25, and festival T-shirts. First aid station – Brown / Vernon Fire Department.

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Baby contest Saturday The Brown-Vernon Fire Department will be filled

Antique tractor show, games

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ALLEN, ALLEN & BROWN ATTORNEYS AT LAW #12 Public Square • P.O. Box 485 Salem, Indiana 47167 (812) 883-4171 FAX (812) 883-4214 Jay D. Allen of counsel

David P. Allen Daniel L. Brown

Tara Coats Hunt Associate

James D. Allen (1916 - 2003)

Smedley Farm Service - Philip Lee -

returns for the 16th annual All-American Country Hoedown in Campbellsburg to present its Antique Tractor show on Saturday and Sunday10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Owners of equipment will be on hand throughout the day to share their hobby and the history of rescue and restoration of their machines. There is no charge for admission but donations are most welcome. A Little Kiddie Tractor Pull will also take place at 1 p.m. on Saturday and new this year is an adult pedal tractor pull at 2 p.m. All tractors are invited to join the parade on Sunday. A trophy will be awarded for best entry. For more information, Steve Suddarth at 812-865-2056 or Harold White 812-849-2534.

Kids’ Zone Friday, starting at 6 p.m, children can search for dinosaur eggs in the dinosaur dig, catch a duck at the duck pond or pop a balloon. On Saturday, there will be arts and crafts for all at 5 p.m. in the Kids’ Zone. This will take place next to the Brown/Vernon Firehouse. Starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, behind the water department, there will be the double bungee jump trampoline along with two inflatables to romp on and air brush tattoos for all ages.

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Senior Day is Friday

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Diane Callahan, Innkeeper 225 W. Oak St. - Campbellsburg, IN 47108 - 812-755-4274 Available for Luncheons and Meetings

Gift Certificates Available • Tours Available $2.00

David W. Morris Financial Advisor 120 E. Botts Lane Salem, IN 47167 Ph: (812) 883-9147

Randall R. Pepmeier

Owner: Ann Tegarden

Financial Advisor 17 N. Side Square Salem, IN 47167 Ph: (812) 883-4757 www.edwardjones.com

10237 W. Mt. Tabor Rd.

Member SIPC

755-4348

Talent show

Senior Day at the festival is Friday, June 5. The afternoon will start with a delicious meal served to senior citizens at noon at the community center. The meal will be catered by June Greene and her daughter, Suzi. Menu: Roast Pork, Whipped Potatoes, Green Beans, Slaw, Dessert and Beverage. At 1 p.m., then the fun really begins and all will enjoy everybody’s favorite, the magic of Jack Bridwell. The selection of this years’ Senior King and Queen, a cake walk and door prizes will be awarded following magic show. All seniors from all areas are invited to come and share in a good time. Please call 755-4368 to place your reservation for lunch. A small donation of $3 is requested to help cover expenses.

The talent show will take place Friday at 6 p.m. with two divisions. Junior is for those 12 and under and senior is for those 13 and older. Prizes will be awarded in both divisions: $50 for first and $25 for second. Call Nina Webb at 755-4251 for more information.

To Diane Callahan Executive Director of the Indiana Bed and Breakfast Association

The 2010 Miss Country Girl pageant will take place in the Brown/Vernon Firehouse on Thursday, June 3, starting at 6 p.m. There will be a $2 admission fee with children 12 and under admitted at no charge. Katie Stahl will provide musical entertainment. Be sure to join us!

Destiny Alexander Age: 14 Parents: Robert & Regina Alexander Sponsor: Cottongim Enterprises

Natalie Boling

Laci Barksdale

Age: 15 Parents: Chris & Brenda Boling Sponsor: Mead, Mead & Clark

Age: 15 Parents: Tim & Missy Barksdale Sponsor: K&E Market

Diane is the innkeeper of James Wilkins Bed and Breakfast on Oak Street in Campbellsburg built in 1894 Sponsored by the

The Lanning House Bed and Breakfast 206 East Poplar Street, Salem

Meet Brian Durham A meet and greet with Brown-Vernon Fire Chief Brian Durham, this year’s parade grand marshal, will be held on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the gazebo of the James Wilkins House Bed and Breakfast on West Oak Street, prior to the parade. Stop by, say hello and join us for refreshments. .

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Friday, June 4, is senior day, starting with a delicious meal served to senior citizens at noon at the community center in Campbellsburg. The meal will be catered by June Greene and her daughter, Suzi. Desserts by the Waters of Salem. At 1 p.m., then the fun really begins and all will enjoy everybody’s favorite pastime, bingo. The selection of this years’ senior king and queen, and a cake walk are also included. All seniors from all areas are invited to come and share in a good time. Please call 755-4368 to place your reservation for lunch. A small donation of $3 is requested to help cover expenses.

ANN’S HOUSE OF BEAUTY

Senior Day

7 vie for Miss Country Girl crown

HATS OFF

Habitat for Humanity 5K Walk/Run

Classic Car Show Hope to see you at this year’s Classic Car Show featuring music by DJ Scott Ratts. The show is open to all makes and models, cars and trucks from all areas. There is an entry fee of $10 for each car and driver with door prizes and the first 50 cars to register will receive a dash plaque and the show is open to the public. Trophies will be awarded to the: Best GM, Best Ford, Best Mopar, Best Other, People’s Choice and Best Truck. For more information call Gene Williams, 755-4026.

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Creations & Gifts

812-755-5206 Hwy. 60, Campbellsburg, IN Owners: Darlena Knapp & Teresa Green Hours: M-F 9-4:30; Sat. 9-12:00

The Habitat for Humanity 5K Walk/Run will begin just north of the railroad tracks on Sycamore Street in the front of the Campbellsburg Christian Church building Saturday. The out and back course will take you through beautiful Washington County. Water will be provided at the turnaround in the Hopp Cemetery. Registration opens at 7 a.m., run/ walk begins at 8 a.m. Kids’ run begins at 9 a.m. Awards after Kids’ Fun Run. Registration is $15. Questions? Call John Calhoun at (812)755-4212 (evenings) or e-mail at jcalhoun@salemschools.com Prizes awarded to overall male and female winners and age group winners. All participants in run and walk are eligible for door prizes from many of our great sponsors.

C-Burg Auto Service & Tire Supply • Towing & Recovery • Auto Repair, Fuel, Race Fuel, Tires, Service Truck

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Carina White Age: 15 Parent: Kerry White & Jessica Kirby Sponsor: Jean’s Extrusions

Lacy Wilson Age: 16 Parents: Angela Wilson Sponsor: The Cooper Agency

Previous Miss Country Girl winners The All-American Country Hoedown is in its 15th year. It was not until 1996 that the first Miss Country Girl Pageant was held. Here are the previous year’s winners. 1996……………………...Jennifer Nicholson 1997 ……………………..Dawn Green

NORM’S BAIT SHOP

Joni Combs - Owner Mark Johnson - Manager

812-755-4257

Jessica Gray

Melissa Feldmeyer Age: 17 Parents: Robert & Regina Alexander Sponsor: Craig “Foot” & Sherri Wilson

“All our fishing supplies in one stop” N. Sycamore St. Campbellsburg, IN

812-755-4402 Mon.-Thur. 7-5, Fri.-Sat. 7-6 Sun. 7-3

1998 …………………..…No contest held 1999……………………...Natalie Zink 2000……………………..Ashley Packwood 2001…………………Kara Ann Kalbfleisch 2002…………………......Julita Ferguson 2003……………………..Christy Satterfield

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HOUCHIN 1400 W. Mulberry St. Salem, IN 883-6995

Real Estate & Personal Property Appraisers * Real Estate Brokers – Auctioneers – Maurice L. Day (812) 883-4121

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Animal Care Clinic 883-3666

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Owners: Rita & Rick Lincks Paid for by the Dustin Houchin for Prosecutor Campaign Committee, Teresa Smedley, Treasurer

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Parade is Sunday The 2009 Campbellsburg All-American Country Hoedown Festival Parade will be held on Sunday, June 6. The theme for this year is “Small Town - Big Dreams.” Fire Chief Brian Durham will serve as grand marshal. The parade entries will start registering at 1 p.m. in the parking lot of NetShape Technologies in Campbellsburg. Registration will end at 2:30 p.m. The parade is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. Trophy presentation will begin at 4:45 p.m. Trophies will be awarded The categories are: Antique Tractor, Antique Auto, Miscellaneous Float, Pet, Walking Unit, Cycles/4 Wheelers, Ball Team and Horse Unit. Pre-registration is not necessary. All entries are encouraged to decorate in Red, White and Blue. For additional information, call 755-1010.

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There are five categories in the contest with divisions in each for boys and girls. The categories are: 0-3 months, 4-6 months, 7-12 months,13-18 months and 19-24 months. There is one category for twins; 0-9 months and 10-18 months. Judging will be based on the babies’ personalities, not the clothes they will be wearing. Entry fee is $5 and all entrants will receive a prize. For additional information, please call Karen Qualkinbush at 883-4556. We ask that the entry form be completely filled out and presented at time of registration along with entry fee. Entry forms will be available at: Norm’s Bait Shop, National City Bank, and K & E Market in Campbellsburg and at the information booth in the community building during festival hours Friday and Saturday up until time of registration.

Campbellsburg at the All-American Country Hoedown. Stop by the old bank building and check out all the entries. Contestants may enter their baked goods and a copy of the recipe between 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. at the old bank building on East Oak Street Saturday. Do not put your name on baked goods or the recipe. Categories are Homemade Cakes, Fruit Pies and Cookies. Judging will take place at noon. Contestants should enter a whole pie or cake or one dozen cookies, which will be auctioned Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. following announcement of winners, so be sure to take home a goodie or two. All entries must be in disposable containers covered with clear plastic wrap and must not require refrigeration, for safe handling. No recipe, container or entry will be returned. Cooks of all ages, from all areas are invited to enter the contest. Each contestant may enter only one item in each category, but are welcome to enter all categories. K&E Market is again sponsoring the baking contest. For contest information call Helen Chastain at 883-5020.

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Terry Perkins, M.D. Julie Maudlin, N.P.

with beautiful babies for the 16th annual baby contest. The Tri-County Antique Farm This year’s contest is set for Saturday, June 5, with regMachinery Association of Mitchell istration beginning at 1 p.m. Judging will begin at 2 p.m.

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