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CLALLAM

County Fair

August 15-18 | Port Angeles

A special section produced by the Peninsula Daily News/Sequim Gazette Advertising Department


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Clallam County Fair | August 2013

Welcome to the

CLALLAM COUNTY FAIR The Fairgrounds

The Clallam County Fair is one of the highlights of summer on the North Olympic Peninsula. It offers entertainment for the entire family, with exhibitors, vendors, entertainment and plenty of activities, so you won’t want to miss the Clallam County Fair. Mark your calendars today!

The Clallam County Fairgrounds are located at 1608 W. 16th St., next to William R. Fairchild International Airport and just minutes away from downtown Port Angeles. FREE parking is provided at the fairgrounds (other than the pre-paid reserved parking spaces).

What’s new?

The fair will be closing at 9 p.m. — an hour earlier than previous years. On Sunday, the fair will continue its tradition of closing at 7 p.m. The carnival will remain open after hours, and vendors can stay open if they choose to.

Kids Day

Fair Hours

Kids Day at the Clallam County Fair is Thursday, Aug. 15. Children 12 and younger get into the fair for free until 6 p.m. that day. Bring the kids to check out the animals, peruse the barns, enjoy the carnival or delight in fair food.

• Gates open: 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15 through Saturday, Aug. 17; 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 18. • Buildings open: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15 to Saturday, Aug. 17; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 18 • Carnival opens: Noon to 10 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15 through Saturday, Aug. 17; noon to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 18.

More information

Visit clallamcountyfair.com for more information about the Clallam County Fair.

Admission prices

day pass season pass Adults (18 and older) $8 $24 Seniors (62 and older) $6 $13 Students (13 to 17) $6 $13 Youth (6 to 12) $5 $12 Kids 5 and younger, with an adult, get in for free.

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Schedule of demonstrations Running continuously each day

Crafts in the Home Arts Barn for a complete schedule.

Throughout the fair

• Art demonstrations — Art Barn • Live beehive and honey extractor from beekeepers — Agriculture Barn • North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders — Hobbies & Crafts in the Home Arts Barn • Cribbage-PA Peggars — Come play a “pro” — Hobbies & Crafts in Home Arts Barn • 4-H Still Life Demonstrations, check barn for times • 11 a.m. to 9 a.m. — Dog Demonstrations. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday in the Dog Barn • Daily demonstrations from Master Gardeners and Lavender Associations — Agriculture Barn

Thursday, August 15

11 a.m.

• “What rabbits are used for now and in the past” — Rabbit Barn

Noon to 6 p.m.

• Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers — fly tying — Hobbies & Crafts in the Home Arts Barn

1 p.m.

• How to take care of rabbit” — Rabbit Barn

3 p.m.

• “What to do if rabbits get sick” — Rabbit Barn

6 p.m.

• 4-H Dog Drill Team — Dog Arena

Sunday, August 18 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

11 a.m.

• Hobbies and Crafts Demonstrations — see Hobbies & Crafts in the Home Arts Barn for a complete schedule.

• “What rabbits are used for now and in the past — Rabbit Barn Noon to 4 p.m. • Free Kids Craft Activity (Hobbies & Crafts in the Home Arts Barn

11 a.m.

• “What rabbits are used for now and in the past” — Rabbit Barn

Noon to 6 p.m.

1 p.m.

• Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers — fly tying — Hobbies & Crafts in the Home Arts Barn

• How to take care of rabbit — Rabbit Barn

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• What to do if rabbits get sick — Rabbit Barn

• How to take care of rabbit” — Rabbit Barn

• 4-H Dog Drill Team — Dog Arena

• “What to do if rabbits get sick” — Rabbit Barn

FrIDAY, August 16

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11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

• Hobbies and Crafts Demonstrations — see Hobbies & Crafts in the Home Arts Barn for a complete schedule.

Noon to 6 p.m.

• Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishers — fly tying — Hobbies & Crafts in the Home Arts Barn

6 p.m.

• Scent Work: Detection work for pet dogs — Dog Arena

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• Hobbies and Crafts Demonstrations — see Hobbies &

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Grandstand EVENTS Draft Horse Show

Thursday, August 15 — 6 p.m. Don’t miss watching the beautiful draft horses demonstrate their skills while pulling logs, carts and more!

4-H Western Games

Friday, August 16 — 9 a.m. Watch experienced riders gracefully race around barrels, perform pulls and more with their horses.

Cavallo Equestrian Arts

Friday, August 16 — 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. The Ma’Ceo Gypsy Show entertains with beautiful horses, acoustic music and death-defying stunts from a cast of artists from around the world. Take a break from today’s age of frills and technology, and watch nearly 10 different breeds of horses perform the most classic of riding styles from dressage to gypsy bareback in a high-energy, fully choreographed, multicultural experience that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Don’t miss this forgotten art form!

Rodeo

Saturday, August 17 — 5 p.m. Sunday, August 18 —Noon Bull-riding, team -oping, team-penning, zany clowns and more await you at the Clallam County rodeo!

Demolition Derby

Sunday, August 18 — 5 p.m. A treat for the senses, the derby promises to entertain with loud noises and spectacular automotive feats. All Grandstand events, with the exception of the Demolition Derby, are included in the price of fair admission. Demolition Derby tickets will be sold outside the Yellow Gate (west side of the fairgrounds) on Sunday, Aug. 18, starting at 9 a.m. Tickets are $11 each. The derby begins at 5 p.m. It will be necessary to purchase admission to the fair, in addition to the Demo Derby ticket.

THEME CONTEST FOR 2014! The 2013 Clallam County Fair theme is “Party ’til the Cows Come Home.” Have you always thought: “I could come up with a great theme for the Fair”? Then enter the 2014 Fair Theme Contest. Get the rules and a form at any entrance or the fair’s Information Booth and write down your ideas. If your theme is chosen, you will win two fair season passes for 2014 and two fair T-shirts with the theme printed!

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Saturday, August 17 — Noon Get caught up in the excitement as loggers from throughout the Northwest demonstrate skills with axes, saws and more. Come and watch the sawdust fly!

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Entertainment

SUNNY FARMS CENTER STAGE THURSDAY, August 15

10 a.m. — Opening Ceremony 10:30 a.m. — Klahhane Cheerleaders 11:30 a.m. — Young Fiddlers 1 p.m. — Old Sidekicks 2 p.m. — Dancing Grandmas 3 p.m. — Roberto the Magnificent 5 p.m. — Buck Ellard 7 p.m. — Roberto the Magnificent

FRIDAY, August 16

11 a.m. — Eden Valley Strummers 1 p.m. — Luck of the Draw 3 p.m. — Roberto the Magnificent 5 p.m. — Shady Grove 7 p.m. — Roberto the Magnificent

SATURDAY, August 17

11 a.m. — Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus 1 p.m. — String Theory 3 p.m. — Roberto the Magnificent 5 p.m. — Retro Guys 7 p.m. — Roberto the Magnificent

SUNDAY, August 18

11 a.m. — Young Fiddlers 1 p.m. — Guardian Elephant 5 p.m. — Guardian Elephant

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SATURDAY, August 17

11 a.m. — Olympic Mountain Cloggers Noon — Sweet Adelines 2 p.m. — Retro Guys

^ Petty Fever 4 p.m. — Aaron Crawford Country Band 6 p.m. — Brian Ledbetter Magic 8 p.m. — Aaron Crawford Country Band

SUNDAY, August 18

Noon — Happy Soles Line Dancers 2 p.m. — Third Annual Variety & Talent Show 5:30 p.m. — World Famous Little Dragons Show

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An awesome carnival & KID ZONE

who aren’t tall enough to enjoy the carnival rides. The Kid Zone will be open each day throughout the fair — Aug. 15 through Aug. 18. The zone is located in the Northwest area of the fairgrounds (see map on Page 8). There will be free activities for children including Bale-A-Hay, Fire Prevention Trailer, Costco Fun Activity and Strider Bike Races on Kids Day — Thursday, Aug. 15. Each day within the “zone” you’ll find pony rides, tractor pulls, a 25-foot rock wall and Euro bungee jump. Some additional fees apply. Two bungee-jumping harnesses will sweep thrillseekers 30 feet in the air. Bungee jumpers must weigh at least 10 pounds but no more than 200 pounds. Controls allow bungee operators to bounce jumpers as high or low as they want — younger kids may like to start out slow and get progressively more brave with each bounce. Fees apply. Each day of the fair, enjoy the Rowdy Referees Game Show. Hours are 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Sunday. The KID ZONE ensures that every age group has Roberto the Magnificent will hold workshops at something extra-fun to do at the fair. The zone is tailored for those 12 and younger — particularly those 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. To enjoy unlimited carnival rides at a discount price, you have to purchase a special ticket before the fair opens. These tickets, which cost $25, won’t be sold at the fair. They must be purchased in advance. Tickets can be purchased at the following locations before Aug. 15: In Port Angeles at: • Higher Grounds, 802 C St. and 510 N. Oakridge Drive. • Swain’s General Store, 602 E. First St. • Wilder Auto Center, 97 Deer Park Road • Clallam County Fair Office, 1608 W. 16th St. In Sequim at: • Pacific Mist Books, 121 W. Washington St. In Forks at: • Forks Outfitters, 950 S. Forks Ave. **Please note: Checks will not be accepted at Swain’s General Store.

Locals take the stage There is a wealth of talent on the North Olympic Peninsula. Some of this talent will be on display during the Clallam County Fair’s third annual Variety and Talent Show. Acts of all kinds — vocal, instrumental, magic, juggling, dance, comedy and others — will take the Wilder Auto Community Stage between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 18. Money and prizes will be awarded to first-, secondand third-place winners. Everyone is invited to cheer on neighbors and friends at this community talent.

LIFETIME CARE FOR YOUR PETS

BLUE MOUNTAIN ANIMAL CLINIC

Dr. Liz (Lauerman) Oien was a member of the Clallam County 4-H Club “Pure Country” (1992-2002) and now practices Veterinary Medicine right here in Port Angeles! Blue Mountain Animal Clinic and Drs. Jensen, Oien and Wagnon support 4-H. Our veterinarians are helping the Clallam County’s 4-H Scholarship Fund by participating in the Kiss the Pig contest. Come in and vote for your favorite Veterinarian!

Blue Mountain Animal Clinic is a locally owned, companion animal clinic founded in 1980. We remain one of the most respected businesses on the Olympic Peninsula. Owned by Dr. Sharon Jensen, our mission is to provide complete care for your pet in a professional, comfortable atmosphere. We care about your entire family’s welfare, (including the moms, dads, grandpas, grandmas...), providing a broad spectrum of surgical and dental procedures & veterinary diagnostics via on-site testing and the use of reference laboratories. We now offer orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation.

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wrap (all with chicken or beef), grilled veggie wrap, sandwiches or cold cut wraps (ham, roast beef or turkey) and sodas. Sold separately or as a meal combo. Sabai Thai — Crab rangoon, Thai chicken salad lettuce wraps, pineapple chicken curry with rice, pad Thai with prawns, chicken or beef satay, Thai fried rice and combo plates. Sequim Valley Products — Funnel cakes, deepfried Twinkies, peanut butter and jelly and brownies, Port Angeles Lions Club — Hot dogs, hamburghot dogs, bowls of chili, chili dogs and pie slices a la ers, nachos, sno-cones, ice cream bars, candy bars, mode. popcorn and pastries. Smokey’s BBQ Grill — Smoked meats, including Roadrunner Concessions — Fish, shrimp, clam pork, sausages, beef, ribs, cole slaw, beans and drinks. strips, chicken nuggets and strips, curly fries and corn Gordy’s Pizza & Pasta — Pizza, pasta, salad, cindogs. namon rolls, cheesecake and brownies. XI IOTA — Ice cream bars and pretzels. MaryAnn’s Shaved Ice — 34 flavors of tropical Dry Creek Grange — Raspberry, blackberry and snow Hawaiian shaved ice. strawberry scones and strawberry “sconecake.” Chocolate Dee-Lite’z — Cheesecake, strawberries Maggie May’s Espresso & Outfitter — Espresso, and bananas on-a-stick (plain and dipped in chocolate cinnamon rolls, cookies, gluten-free cookies, turkey with nuts/candy sprinkles), Rad’s root beer floats, frowraps, biscuits and gravy, veggie salad, broccoli salad, zen lemonade, chocolate sundaes and bottled water. potato salad, taco, split pea and ham soups, smoothies, Mocha Motion — Smoothies, Red Bull with flavors, Italian sodas and hot chocolate. latte/mocha (hot, iced, or blended) and pastries (mufUncle Norski’s — Blooming onions, garlic fries, fins, strudel, cinnamon rolls and croissants). chili cheese garlic fries and fresh squeezed lemonade. Deep Fried Everything — Deep-fried candy bars, Lariat Ladies — Breakfast menu, specialty nachos, chili cheese fries, bacon cheese fries, chili dogs, sandwiches, Lariat Double Dog, fresh salads, cold day hand-dipped Wisconsin famous corn dogs, deep-fried warmer uppers, turkey burgers, buffalo burgers, Lariat Oreos, deep-fried smores, deep-fried peanut butter and Burgers, pulled pork, kid’s special meal, desserts and jelly sandwich, tower of onion rings, alligator on a stick drinks. and sodas. J & J Italian Sausage — Italian sausage sandChin Cha Teriyaki — Shrimp, pork, chicken and wiches, Italian cheese steak sandwiches and beverages. beef teriyaki, egg rolls, soft noodles, fried vegetables Mega Wraps — Caesar wrap, veggie wrap, teriyaki and Korean beef short ribs.

Taste Buds

Little O’s/Tri-pod & Co. — Mini doughnuts, slushies, Italian soda, candy, chips, soda and bottled water. Nadya’s Greek Cuisine — Gyros, dolmathes, falafel sandwich and baklava. Francines Fancy’s — Waffle cones, sundaes, banana splits, fudge brown cows, mud pies, elephant ears, hand-dipped corn dogs, fried ice cream, chilicheese and nachos and regular-cut fries. Pure Kettle Corn — Kettle corn and freeze drinks. Rainbow Girls Sequim Assembly No. 57 — Corn on the cob. The Kaffeehaus — Hot/iced coffee drinks (espresso, latte, mocha, etc), hot/iced coffee alternatives (tea, Chai tea, apple cider, etc), blendeds (blended coffee, blended Chai, etc.), Italian sodas and milkshakes. “Gourmet Grub” Fair Board Kitchen — Delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner items. Proceeds from the Fair Kitchen go towards improvements and upgrades at the fairgrounds.

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PUCKERING UP TO

Kiss a PIG

One lucky local veterinarian again will have the unique opportunity to kiss a pig at the Clallam County Fair, courtesy of the 4-H Leaders’ Council. Participating veterinarians started collecting donations July 22 at their offices for the 13th annual Kiss the Pig contest. The “winner” — the vet with the most money donated in his or her name — gets to kiss the pig in the swine/sheep arena at the Clallam County Fair at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 18. Donations provide year-end awards and scholarships to graduating 4-H seniors and help cover costs associated with attending out-of-area 4-H events. Each graduating 4-H senior who applies for a scholarship and completes the year will receive funding. About $1,500 was donated during last year’s contest. Participating veterinarians include: Sequim-area veterinarians include: Heather Short, Mary Danley and Vickie Howell of Sequim Animal Hospital, 202 N. Seventh Ave.; Rawnie Torres of Country Care Veterinarian and Acupuncture Service, 51 Valley Center Place; Erik Splawn of Happy

Valley Veterinary Services; Linda Allen and Dr. Rachael Snyder of Pacific Northwest Veterinary Hospital, 289 W. Bell St.; and Toni Jensen of Hurricane Ridge Veterinary Hospital, 530 W. Fir St., Suite D. Port Angeles-area veterinarians include: Carmen Czachor and Holly Irish, Family Veterinary Clinic, 3217 E. Mahogany St.; Sharon Jensen, Nicole Wagnon and Liz Oien (local former 4-Her Liz Lauerman), Blue Mountain Animal Clinic, 2972 Old Olympic Highway; Andi Thomson, Priscilla Stocker and Christina Wagner, Angeles Clinic for Animals, 160 Del Guzzi Drive; Dwight Waknitz Olympic Veterinary Clinic, 1417 E. Front St.; Sandra Smith, Northwest Wilderness Veterinary Service (house calls only) and Patricia Dowell, Best Friends Pet Care, 1004 W. 16th St. Kiss the Pig display boards taking donations for all the veterinarians are located at: Sequim: Clallam Co-op Farm & Garden, 216 E. Washington St. and Sunny Farms Farm Store, 261461 U.S. Highway 101. Port Angeles: Airport Garden Center, 2200 W. Edgewood Drive; and Leitz Farms 1527 E. Front St.,

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Suite B in Port Angeles. Donations also will accepted by mail. Checks should be made out to Clallam County 4-H Leaders’ Council. Be sure to give the name of the veterinarian receiving your vote. Send check and information to: G.P. Taylor, 2103 W. Eighth St., Port Angeles, WA 98363-1623. Melissa Smith, last year’s “winner” and 2013 contest spokeswoman, will be cheering on the new winner and giving advice in the challenging event of actually kissing the pig. For more information, phone Gayle Taylor at 360452-2925 or Judy Richmond at 360-683-4837.

Thursday / Friday / Saturday Noon & 2 pm

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Dr. Melissa Smith, a Sequim veterinarian, kisses Annie the pig after winning the 2012 “Kiss a Pig” contest at the Clallam County Fair.

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Aaron Crawford Country Band 4 pm & 8 pm

Sunday

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Tom Petty Tribute Band

4 pm & 8 pm

The Retro Guys 2 pm

3rd Annual Variety & Talent Show 2 pm

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SHOW YOUR FAIR SPIRIT Shirts with the Clallam County Fair theme and logo in a variety of sizes, colors and styles are going fast! Choose from classic T-shirts, ladies V-necks, crewneck sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts and full zippered hooded sweatshirts. Youth and unisex T-shirts are available in turquoise, yellow and sand. Ladies V-neck T-shirts are available in turquoise and yellow. Crewneck sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts and

full-zip hooded sweatshirts are available in Carolina (light) blue and gray. Prices vary from $14 to $20 for T-shirts and $25 to $39 for sweatshirts. Shirts can be purchased at the Clallam County Fair Office, 1608 W. 16th St. in Port Angeles, or at the Clallam County Parks office, 223 E. Fourth St. in the courthouse. Shirts will also be available during the fair at the main information booth.

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Animal Shows THURSDAY, August 15

9 a.m. • 4-H/FFA/Open Swine, Written Test & Breed Market Steers • 4-H Dog Information Test • Open/4-H/FFA Pygmy, Dairy, Pack & Market Goat • Fitting & Showing, followed by Type Classes 10 a.m. • Poultry Open Pee-Wee Fitting and Showing • 4-H Poultry Fitting & Showing • Poultry Adult Fitting & Showing • 4-H Intermediate/Senior Dog Obedience • 4-H Horse Showmanship 1 p.m. • 4-H/FFA Rabbit & Cavy Judging Contest • 4-H Horse English Performance • 4-H/Open Poultry Type Class 1:30 p.m. • 4-H Intermediate/Senior Dog Conformation

2 p.m. • Cat Cage Decoration Judging 2:30 p.m. • 4-H Intermediate/Senior Dog Fitting and Showing 3 p.m. • Horse Judging 5 p.m. • 4-H Cat Judging Contest

FRIDAY, August 16

9 a.m. • 4-H/FFA Beef Fitting and Showing followed by Type, followed by Open Beef Type Classes • 4-H Dog Judging & Oral Reasoning • 4-H Rabbit, Cavy, and Small Animal Fitting & Showing Classes • FFA Rabbit, Cavy, and Small Animal Fitting & Showing followed by 4-H Rabbit, Cavy, and Small Animal Type Classes, FFA Rabbit, Cavy, and Small Animals Type Classes 9:30 a.m. • 4-H Western Games (Grandstand)

10 a.m. • 4-H/FFA/Open Sheep Fitting & Showing, followed by Type Classes • 4-H Cat Fitting & Showing • 4-H Cat Primary Fitting & Showing

10:30 p.m. • 4-H Primary/Junior Dog Obedience

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Non-Stop Entertainment at the Grandstands! Thursday

Sunday

Draft Horse Pull 6 pm

Friday

Cavallo Show

3 pm 5 pm 7 pm

Demolition Derby 5 pm

Saturday Logging Show 12 pm Rodeo Sat 5 pm,

For a full list of the entertainment line-up at the Clallam County Fair, visit:

www.clallamcountyfair.com

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Noon

4-H Poultry Judging Contest

1 p.m. • 4-H Cat Type Classes • Open Cavy Type Classes • Open Rabbit Type Classes 1:30 p.m. • 4-H Primary/Junior Dog Conformation 2 p.m. • 4-H Reining 2:30 p.m. • 4-H Primary/Junior Dog Fitting and Showing 3 p.m. • 4-H Groom Squad • Open Cat Show • 4-H Quality Assurance Skill-A-Thon • Fleece Show

SATURDAY, August 17

9 a.m. • 4-H Horse Western Performance Classes 10 a.m. • 4-H Intermediate/Senior Dog Rally-O • 4-H Western Performance Classes • 4-H/FFA Dairy Cattle Fitting & Showing, followed by Type Classes

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• Open Dairy Cattle Type Classes 1 p.m. • 4-H Intermediate/Senior Dog Agility • 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Auction • (Located at the Sheep/Swine Arena) 2 p.m. • 4-H Cat Costume Classes 3 p.m. • 4-H Horse Judging Contest 4 p.m. • 4-H Dog intermediate/Senior Costume Class

SUNDAY, August 18

10 a.m. • 4-H Primary/Junior Dog Agility • 4-H Miniature Horse Classes • 4-H Rabbit, Cavy, Poultry and Small Animal Costume Class • 4-H/FFA Large Livestock Round Robin 12:30 p.m. • 4-H Horse Trail Classes • Lads & Ladies Lead — Sheep 1 p.m. • 4-H Primary/Junior Dog Rally-O 1:30 p.m. • Open Large Livestock Adult Fitting & Showing • The winning vet will Kiss the Pig, and the total for the fundraiser will be announced! See Page 10 for

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ting & Showing • 4-H Horse Costume Class 4 p.m. • 4-H Primary/Junior Dog Costume Classes 5 p.m. • Horse & Rider Pie Eating Contest


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Fair Superintendents Behind the scenes at the Clallam County Fair, you will find a group of hardworking people known as fair superintendents. These people help to take in and set up the exhibits for display at the fair and more! These Clallam County Fair leaders deserve a huge thank-you!

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The Clallam County Fair Royalty will hold a meetand-greet Thursday, Aug. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Wilder Auto Community Stage. Queen Torrie McIntyre, sponsored by Gauthum Chiropractic, is 18 and a graduate of Sequim High School. Her parents are John and Deana McIntyre. Torrie is a 4-H member in Rascals, and her project is market steers. She has participated in FFA. Torrie plans on attending Peninsula College to earn her AA degree and then attend Pierce College to earn a veterinary technician license. Princess Grace Koenigsaecker, sponsored by RE/Max Fifth Avenue, is 17 and will be a senior at Sequim High School. Her parents are Scott and Claire Koenigsaecker. Grace is enrolled in the Running Start program at Peninsula College and upon graduation from high school also will receive an AA degree. She has participated in the Clallam County Fair in the Photography Division. Princess Naomi Gish, sponsored by attorney Steve Gish, is 16 and will be a junior. Her parents are Steve and Jeanette Gish.

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2013 Clallam County Fair princesses Grace Koenigsaecker and Lily Paulsen, Fair Queen Torrie McIntyre and Princess Naomi Gish will hold a meet-and-greet Aug. 15.

Naomi is involved in a home school program and has participated at the Clallam County Fair in 4-H projects. Her long-range goals are to pursue acting or broadcast journalism. Princess Lily Paulsen, sponsored by Sequim Olympic Sewer & Drain Cleaning, is 18 and will be a senior at Sequim High School. Her parents are Steve and Christine Paulsen. Lily has participated at the Clallam County Fair in 4-H projects. Lily plans on attending the University of Idaho after high school graduation and major in theatre and minor in criminal justice.

4-H/FFA STILL LIFE: Sarah Aubin, 360-461-5601 HOBBIES & CRAFTS: Cheryl Martin, 360-461-1025 AGRICULTURE: Mark Urnes, 360-457-4524 HOME ARTS: Reneé Holt, 360-417-1188 FINE ART: Assistant Carol Janda, studio@olypen.com HORSE: Judy Richmond, 360-683-4837 CATS: Tara West, 360-461-7535 GOATS & LLAMAS: Shirley Gump, 360-461-6447 CATTLE: Julie Mowbray, 360-457-5403 PHOTOGRAPHY: Witta Priester, 360-683-7490 DOGS: Karen Fink 683-4918 OR Elaine Diedrich, 360683-2226 POULTRY: Karen Dybedal, 360-452-9172 RABBITS & CAVIES: Becky Smith, 360-467-2500 FLORAL: Gladys Wallace, 360-452-4047 SHEEP: Cyndie Stumbaugh, 360-683-6495 SWINE: Bob Cristion, 360-457-0870 ANTIQUE FARM & LOGGING EQUIPMENT: Josh Borte, 360-452-6053 FFA Adviser: Steve Mahitka ,360-582-3600, ext. 682 4-H Adviser: Jennifer Schmidt, 360-417-2398

Non-Stop Entertainment on the Sunny Farms Stage Friday

Luck of the Draw 1 pm Shady Grove 5 pm

Thursday

Old Sidekicks 1 pm Buck Ellard 5 pm

Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Roberto the Magnificent 3 pm & 7 pm

Juggling Workshop in the

KidZone 5 pm

Saturday

— ENTERTAINMENT ON THIS STAGE GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY SUNNY FARMS —

For a full list of the entertainment line-up at the Clallam County Fair, visit:

www.clallamcountyfair.com

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A Huge round of applause For fair sponsors Westport Shipyard First Federal Wilder Auto Port Angeles Power Equipment Family Medicine of Port Angeles Sunny Farms Country Store Peabody Street Coin Laundry Richard E. Davies, DDS Sound Community Bank The Quarry Olympic Game Farm Ernst “Fine Art Photography” Hermann Bros. Logging & Construction Arrow Septic Sunset Wire & Rope Les Schwab (Sequim & Port Angeles) Merrill & Ring, Inc. Interfor Pacific SickkTees Pen Print Peninsula Daily News KONP Sequim Gazette

Naval Elks Lodge #353 Fiesta Jalisco Bella Italia Sequim Animal Hospital Peninsula Tanks Greywolf Veterinary Dr. Brian Marts Angeles Clinic for Animals Dr. Sandra Smith of Northwest Wilderness Veterinary Services Laurel Lanes Linda Jadasohn Peninsula Bottling Franni’s Gift Expressions Hank & Barbara Offermann Swain’s General Store Frugal’s McDonald’s Necessities & Temptations Fair Board Kitchen Best Friend Pet Care Clallam County PUD And the many volunteers who have supported the committees, contests and events!

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