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EVENTS WEDNESDAY 08.26.15 7:00PM

XTREME BULLS

presented by Hanley Construction

ADMISSION: $20 SENIOR AND YOUTH: $16 (includes Fair admission)

followed by:

THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND

presented by the Geico Local Office

THURSDAY - SATURDAY 08.27.15 - 08.29.15 7:00PM

PRCA RODEO ADMISSION: $16 SENIOR AND YOUTH: $12 (includes Fair admission)

SUNDAY

08.30.15 NOON

KITSAP DESTRUCTION DERBY ADMISSION: $13 SENIOR AND YOUTH: $10 (includes Fair admission)

DAILY

X-TREME AIRDOGS presented by Davis Amusments


Buy 2 Lunch Entree’s & 2 Beverages Receive $4.00 OFF

FAIR

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Buy 2 Dinner Entree’s & 2 Beverages Receive $6.00 OFF After 4 pm Present this coupon to receive. Not valid with any other offer. Expires 11/30/15

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HOURS & ADMISSION FAIR & STAMPEDE HOURS DAILY HOURS OF OPERATION

CARNIVAL HOURS

FAIR ONLY Wed - Sat...........................................................10am-10pm Sunday.................................................................10am-6pm

Fair Admission Required Wed & Thurs.................................................... Noon-11pm Fri & Sat...................................................... Noon-Midnight Sunday.................................................................Noon-6pm

XTREME BULLS Wednesday, Aug 26th.................................................7pm STAMPEDE (PRCA RODEO) Thurs-Sat, Aug 27th-29th...........................................7pm

DESTRUCTION DERBY Sunday, Aug. 30th......................................................12pm

FAIR & STAMPEDE ADMISSION FAIR ADMISSION ONLY Wed-Sat August 26th - 29th Adults............................................................................ $10.00 Senior & Youth..............................................................$7.00 Children 5 & under.......................................................FREE

FAIR & STAMPEDE COMBOS Thur-Sat August 27th - 29th Adults............................................................................ $16.00 Senior* & Youth......................................................... $13.00 Children 5 & under.......................................................FREE

PARKING No Re-Entry Privileges/Per Vehicle, Per Lot...... $6.00

Sunday, August 30th FAIR ADMISSION Adults, Seniors & Youth.............................................$7.00

XTREME BULLS TICKETS Wednesday, August 26th Adults............................................................................$20.00 Senior* & Youth......................................................... $16.00

FAIR & DESTRUCTION DERBY COMBO (SUNDAY ONLY)

Adults............................................................................ $13.00 Senior* & Youth......................................................... $10.00 Children 5 & under.......................................................FREE

EVERYDAY CHILDREN 5 & UNDER FREE! *Seniors (60 years or older) / * Youth (6 years to 12 years old)

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DAILY SPONSORS & SPECIALS Sponsors

Night Sponsors

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26TH

Your Local ROOFING Company

Senior & Youth Day (Fair Only)............................................ $2.00

THURSDAY, AUGUST 27TH

Hero Day** - $5 (Fair and Rodeo) **For all military - active duty, retired, and dependents; First Responders (with ID)

Free Rodeo Night for Youth Exhibitors

Coors Night at the Rodeo @ 7 p.m.

Free Coors Hat to the First 500 People

FRIDAY, AUGUST 28TH

Pepsi Day - $1 until 1:00pm

All Ages (Fair Only)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 29TH

Kitsap Bank Day

Tough Enough To Wear Pink Night

SUNDAY, AUGUST 30TH Family Day - All Ages (Fair Only)..........................................$7.00

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Wrangler National Patriot Night


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Aloha Kitchen Boomtown Services Evergreen Trophy Fast Signs Gordon Sound Hard Rock Cement Inc Hudson Photography RedNeck Feeds LLC Shearer Excavation Stokes Auction The Arena Sports Bar & Grill

The Cloverleaf Sports Bar & Grill Washington Tractor Ace Signs Fast Signs Millican Crane Mentor Group The Soil Factory Randy Khan His Hands Viking Fence

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Call for a FREE quote and receive two passes to theofKitsap Proud sponsor Hero Day County Fair! the 2015 Thank you for attending Kitsap County Fair Please visit the GEICO Local Office booth inside the Kitsap Sun Pavilion

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AUGUST 20th-24th Y AZ CR IC’S ER

CRAZY ERIC’S

SPONSORS

CRAZY ERIC’S

XTREME BULLS followed by Award Winning Counrty Artist,

XTREME BULLS followed by JOHN MICHAEL Award Winning MAJOR EVENT SPONSORS RODEO EVENTS MONTGOMERY Extreme Airdogs: Davis Amusements Counrty Artist, Bareback: Gresham Pump & Drilling Team Roping: Pickett Properties Market Animal Auction: Les Schwab Tires / Kitsap Bank Wed, Aug. 20th • 7PM

CRAZY ERIC’S

JOHN MICHAEL MONTGOMERY

Arena Concert: GEICO Local Office Center Stage: West Hills Auto Plex Your Pepsi Community Stage: Pepsi / Bremerton Bottling Marine View Beverage

Wed, Aug. 20th • 7PM

Your Local ROOFING Company

Tie-Down Roping: Saddle Bronc: Arena Sports Bar Local Barrel Racing: Oien Construction Steer Wrestling: Barrel Racing: Shearer Excavation Bull Riding: Stokes Auction

Presented by:

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DAY SPONSORS Wednesday Senior & Youth Day: The Point Casino Thursday Hero Day : GEICO Local Office Friday: Pepsi Day Saturday: Kitsap Bank Day Sunday: PSE

RODEO CHUTE SPONSORS Chute 1: Bremerton Health & Rehabilitation Chute 2: Les Schwab Tires Chute 3: Haselwood Auto Group Chute 4: Fairway Mortgage

KDDA DESTRUCTIO DERBY

Chute 5: Kitsap Bank Chute 6: Stokes Auction Chute 7: Bank Rock Chute 8: Coors Light

KDDA Sun, Aug. 24th DESTRUCTION Bank Rock12PM DERBY

Sun, Aug. 24th 12PM NEW DAILY ENTERTAINMENT

NEW DAILY ENTERTAINMENT!

NATIONAL RODEO SPONSORS

OTHER RODEO EVENTS Barn Sponsor: Wilco Pick-up Men: Ram Rodeo Randy Corley, Barrleman Entertainer: Major support provided by the Top Hands Committee Scorecard: Millican Crane Bucky the Bull: Bir Air Productions Star Rentals

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2015 FAIR BOARD Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Fairgrounds & Events Center in the Kitsap Sun Pavillion conference room. Please note: the Fair Board does not meet in December.

FAIR HISTORY

The first recorded Kitsap County Fair was held in 1923 in Port Orchard, some 15 miles from its present location. It moved to the Kitsap Fairgrounds & Events Center, in 1958. In 1929, exhibitors at the Fair totaled 1,000; today there are more than 6,000 exhibitors with annual attendance of 80,000. In 1960, the Chief Kitsap Stampede sold stock certificates for $1 and constructed the Thunderbird Arena. When completed it held 12,000 spectators. In the late ‘70’s, portions of the Arena were condemned. The covered grandstands were later added. Today the Arena holds 5,000 spectators and is used year-round for various events such as D-derby, Thunderbird Pro Rodeo, and other events. The complex has an annual overall attendance at its various events of more than 211,000.

AIMS & PURPOSES

From Left to Right: Doug Dillon, Concessions Director; Maaren Stroble, Commercial Director; Mike Brady, Vice President and Parking Director; George Serrano Jr., Security Director; Joe Drouin, Rodeo Director; Danise Barnes, President, Admissions Director; Cassie O’Hara, Livestock Director; Linda Moran, Still Life Director; Diana Pheasant, Entertainment Director.

today and what it will become in the future. We promote agriculture so that consumers may better understand the source of their food and fiber. We will also provide information to consumers so that they may make better choices of products and ideas in their private lives. Competitive exhibits are another one of the tools that our fair will use to educate our customers.

ENTERTAINMENT

The Kitsap County Fair & Stampede is held annually for the purpose of educating, entertaining and creating a better quality of life for the residents of Kitsap County and surrounding counties.

Entertainment will be available to assist people in enjoying the fair and it will also be used as a tool to increase fair attendance enabling us to better educate the public.

EDUCATION

A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE

Education will consist of teaching our youth historical lessons so they may better understand what has shaped Kitsap County to become what it is

meeting spaces for our public to use off season is another way that we improve the quality of life for our customers. The Kitsap County Fair & Stampede generates community spirit by having the largest interaction between residences from Kitsap and surrounding counties.

The end result of the education and entertainment provided by the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede is a better quality of life in Kitsap. Providing

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Thank You to our Kitsap County Board of Commissioners: From Left to Right; Commissioner Robert Gelder, District 1; Commissioner Charlotte Garrido, District 2; Commissioner Ed Wolfe, District 3;


SPECIALTY EVENTS PREDATORS OF THE HEART Our goal is to educate children about wildlife, not only to teach the facts about the animals but use an approach that leads to an appreciation, affection, compassion and respect for these living creatures. To make it clear to the children that an animal’s value is not determined by its similarity or service to humans. Our purpose is to promote caring and concern for the animals. Together find a way to open the eyes of their hearts to see that all nature is interconnected and realize that apart from it we cannot survive. The Predators of the Heart show features Animal Encounters as an educational and entertaining close-up of nature’s most amazing animals. Just when you thought you had seen it all, out comes another awe-inspiring animal! This crowd pleasing program incorporates audio, video, and live exhibits. Animal Encounters expel myths while promoting wildlife conservation and the vital role that each animal plays in maintaining nature’s delicate balance. Predators of North America may include the cougar, wolf, bobcat, and other large mammals.

SHOWS ARE AT: 1:00 P.M., 3:00 P.M. AND 5:00 P.M. NEXT TO THE RODEO GATE

EXTREME AIRDOGS This a competitive K-9 Dock Diving national championship series that combines first time competitors with our elite “Rock Star” K-9 handler teams in 5 divisions and 4 sports! X-Treme Air is a team dock jumping sport. Teams are made up of one dog and one handler. In the X-Treme Air event, handlers are allowed to throw a single, floatable toy into the water for their dog to chase. Each dog will have 2 attempts per wave and can enter as many waves as they like. To make the finals for the Pros we take the top 12 jumpers and the top 6 jumpers of the 4 lower divisions of the competition. Winners from each division will take home a prize…and bragging rights, maybe even a National Championship!

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COMMUNITY SERVICES KITSAP COUNTY SHERIFF’S K-9 SHOWS Shows at: 1p.m., 3p.m., 5p.m., and 7p.m. behind the Presidents Hall The Kitsap County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit was established in 1980. The mission of the K-9 Unit is to locate suspects and/or evidence at or near crime scenes and to provide protection and/or backup of the line officers when possible and practical. We also participate in public education and demonstrations. Call or come see us at the Kitsap County Fair. The unit consists of two tracking/protection dogs. A call out schedule provides for 24-hour response capabilities. The K-9 handlers and their partners undergo an exhaustive training regimen upon entrance to the program, and continue to train on a weekly basis to maintain a high level of proficiency.

Deputy Joe Hedstrom & K-9 Titan

Deputy Dan Twomey & K-9 Heiko

Tour Our Law Enforcement and Safety Area Central Kitsap Fair and Rescue – First Aid Location

Our Community services are has great information for you and the entire family. • Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue • Kitsap County Sheriff Department • Kitsap County Traffic Safety Task Force • CenCom 911 • Safe Kids Kitsap

• Washington State Patrol • DUI mobile processing unit • Domestic Violence Task Force • National Guard • Kitsap Regional Library

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PRESIDENTS HALL COMMUNITY EXHIBITORS

While browsing each department – you will find a wealth of information wherever you look! You will see Kitsap County’s finest quilts, crafts, woodcarvings, canning, photographs and much more. Hundreds of volunteer hours have gone into making this year’s event particularly spectacular! The main 4-H stage will be a source of information and entertainment, so don’t miss out! The 4-H kids will be doing their annual fashion show, and many others will be demonstrating a variety of topics such as floral arranging, wood carving, pie making, and more. The schedule of stage events will be posted in the building, on the Big County Fair website, as well as via announcements during the Fair!

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A Community Tradition Brought to You By Your Community Bank Proud to serve as the Presenting Partner of the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede!

Join Us at The Big County Fair! August 26-30, 2015 www.kitsapbank.com • 800-283-5537

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JUNIOR 2015LIVESTOCK Kitsap County Junior Livestock AUCTION Auction 2015 2015 Kitsap County Junior Livestock Livestock Auction Auction

Picture credit to A. Moren and G. Moren, Kitsap County 4-H ers

Picture credit to A. Moren and G. Moren, Kitsap County 4-H ers

ThankTO YouOUR to our 2014JUNIOR Junior Livestock Auction Supporters THANK YOU 2014 LIVESTOCK AUCTION SUPPORTERS Acme CattleAcme Cattle All Steel NW All Steel NW Alice Archuleta Alice Archuleta Kevin Archulatea Kevin Archulatea Paul and Jaci Archuleta Paul and Jaci Archuleta Vicki Avery Vicki Avery Blackjack Blackjack Valley FarmValley Farm Beth Boardman Beth Boardman Dorothy Bonnette Dorothy Bonnette Boomtown Productions Boomtown Productions Charles Brown Charles Brown Acme AcmeCattle Cattle Bill & Kimberly Bill & Kimberly All AllSteel SteelNW NW Bumbalough Bumbalough Will & Judy Bumbalough Alice AliceArchuleta Archuleta Will & Judy Bumbalough Charlie & Kathy Cates Kevin KevinArchulatea Archulatea Charlie & Kathy Cates Central Market Paul Pauland and Jaci Jaci Archuleta Archuleta Central Market Joe Cerda, Jr. Vicki Vicki Avery Avery Cross Sound Machine Blackjack BlackjackValley Valley Farm Farm Eric Davis Beth Beth Boardman Boardman Dungeness Real Estate Dorothy DorothyBonnette Bonnette Brian Durnil &Productions Ty Luster Boomtown Boomtown Productions Ralph & Gayla Eckis Charles Charles Brown Brown Farmer George Bill Bill&&Kimberly KimberlyBumbalough Bumbalough Farmland PetsBumbalough and Feed Will Will&&Judy Judy Bumbalough

Joe Cerda, Jr. Jantz Chisolm Inc. Pheasant Fields Farm RandallLarry & Shirley Stokes Madelyn Goble Shannon Rich Powers Reckless Farm Ray & Maaren Stroble Cross Sound Machine JD Transport David Graham Kitsap Bank Shannon Randall Eric Davis Dana Hancock Red Barn Farm John Sutton Reckless FarmRedneck Farms, LLC Jay & Paula Villars Dungeness Real Estate Kitsap Reclamation JP & Alison Harper Carter Watts Material Red Barn FarmCarl & Cynthia Rienstra Brian Durnil & Ty Luster Les & Vickie Harper BrettRivera Weisgerber Ralph & Gayla Eckis Shawn & Mary Konkler Redneck Farms, LLC & Michelle Sarah Hatfield Benjamin Picture PictureCarl credit credit totoA.A.Moren Moren and G.G.Moren, Moren, Kitsap Kitsap County County4-H 4-Hers ers Brian & Kristina & Cynthia Rienstra Farmer George Jabber Suffolks Sarah Lange Roy &and Stephanie Russell Weisgerber Farmland Pets and Feed Benjamin & Michelle Jantz ChisolmAlan Inc. & Kristin Langguth Sequim Valley Angus Fish Farms Rivera Claudia & Steve JD TransportLegacy Farm Silver Creek Angus Weisgerber Leland Valley Farms Roy & Stephanie Russell Madelyn Goble Kitsap Bank Silverdale Kiwanis David Graham Les Schwab Tires Sequim Valley Angus Westbrook Angus Kitsap Reclamation Material South Sound Electric Madelyn Madelyn Goble Goble Shannon Shannon Randall Randall Madrona Grove Farms Silver Creek Angus Wilco Dana Hancock Shawn & Mary Konkler Jodie Steinke DavidGraham Graham Reckless RecklessFarm Farm Silverdale Kiwanis JP & Alison Harper David Sarah Magee Sarah Lange Stokes Auction DanaHancock Hancock Red RedBarn BarnFarm Farm Les & Vickie HarperDana Meyer Farm South Sound Electric Alan Kristin Langguth Larry & Shirley Stokes JPJP&& &Alison AlisonAdilyn Harper Harper Redneck Farms, Farms, LLC LLC Sarah Hatfield Murray Jodie Steinke Redneck Legacy Farm Ray &&Maaren Stroble Les Les & & Vickie Vickie Harper Harper Carl Carl & Cynthia Cynthia Rienstra Rienstra Jabber Suffolks Renee Overath Stokes Auction Leland Farms John Sutton&&Michelle Sarah SarahValley Hatfield Hatfield Benjamin Benjamin MichelleRivera Rivera Les Schwab Tires Jay && Paula Villars Russell Jabber Jabber Suffolks Suffolks Roy Roy &Stephanie Stephanie Russell Madrona GroveInc. Farms Carter Watts Jantz JantzChisolm Chisolm Inc. Sequim Sequim Valley ValleyAngus Angus Sarah Magee Brett Weisgerber JDJDTransport Transport Silver Silver Creek CreekAngus Angus Meyer Farm Brian & Kristina Weisgerber Kitsap Kitsap Bank Bank Silverdale Silverdale Kiwanis Kiwanis Adilyn Murray Claudia &Sound SteveElectric Weisgerber Kitsap Kitsap Reclamation ReclamationMaterial Material South SouthSound Electric Renee Overath Westbrook Angus Shawn Shawn &&Mary MaryKonkler Konkler Jodie JodieSteinke Steinke Pheasant Fields Farm Wilco Sarah SarahLange Lange Stokes StokesAuction Auction

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Fish Farms Charlie Charlie &&Kathy KathyCates Cates

SATURDAY, AUGUST 29TH 11:00 AM SWINE ARENA

Central CentralMarket Market Joe JoeCerda, Cerda,Jr.Jr. 14 H Machine The Kitsap Cross Cross Sound Sound Machine Eric EricDavis Davis Dungeness DungenessReal RealEstate Estate Brian BrianDurnil Durnil&&TyTyLuster Luster Ralph Ralph&&Gayla GaylaEckis Eckis

Rich Powers Alan Alan &&Kristin KristinLangguth Langguth

Legacy LegacyFarm Farm Leland LelandValley ValleyFarms Farms Official 2015Tires Program Les LesSchwab Schwab Tires Madrona MadronaGrove GroveFarms Farms Sarah SarahMagee Magee Meyer MeyerFarm Farm Adilyn AdilynMurray Murray

Larry Larry&&Shirley ShirleyStokes Stokes Ray Ray&&Maaren MaarenStroble Stroble John JohnSutton Sutton Jay Jay&&Paula PaulaVillars Villars Carter CarterWatts Watts Brett BrettWeisgerber Weisgerber Brian Brian&&Kristina KristinaWeisgerber Weisgerber Claudia Claudia&&Steve SteveWeisgerber Weisgerber

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K I T S A P ' S B E S T N E W H O M E VA L U E Selbo Peak offering 15 Family Sized Lots in Silverdale area Starting in the mid $300's with an average lot size of 6,890 SF. Desirable Central Kitsap School District. Come Visit Our Community S-O-O-N!

WRANGLER NATIONAL PATRIOT NIGHT - THURSDAY Honor. Respect. Bravery. We salute the core principles of America’s soldiers because they so proudly reflect the ways of the West. Wrangler is honored to support the Wrangler® National Patriot™ program, created to provide funding and support for America’s wounded and fallen soldiers and their families. More than $750,000 have been donated to date. Benefiting: Washington Veterans Home Retsil The Washington Veterans Home was built in 1910 in Retsil (near Port Orchard) and is located on a 31- acre bluff overlooking the Sinclair Inlet of

EXTERIOR FEATURES Backyard fencing Front & rear yard landscaping Protective Covenants & CC&R’s Concrete Siding Enclosed finished soffits & overhangs County sewer connection Wave Cable available 95% Efficient Natural Gas heat On Demand Natural Gas hot water

Puget Sound. Today the Veterans Home is a stateof-the-art, non-institutional facility providing a “Resident Centered Care” concept that focuses resources around the individual resident. All primary services for a resident are available within a forty-bed “neighborhood.” The Home serves 240 residents needing skilled-nursing care.

INTERIOR FEATURES Classically finished interior with painted millwork & doors Expansive use of hardwood flooring Slab granite kitchen counter tops Shaker styled alder cabinets Insulated & Drywalled garages Hot & Cold front hose bibs

Over 5,000 Wrangler bandanas will be handed out to our rodeo attendees. Help support our program through our various fundraising activities. Wrangler matches each dollar we raise up to $5,000

From dining to gaming,

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Contact Ken West: 360.990.2444 kenwest@johnlscott.com

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it’s all fresh at The Point.

The helpful place.

Encourages you to use all your tools to succeed!

Services we offer: Enjoy nightly dining specials in the Market Fresh Restaurant | Buffet & casual fine dining in the Little Boston Bistro.

Glass Cutting Key Cutting Computerized Paint Color Matching Screen Repair Blade Sharpening

Check out our selection of home repair supplies, extensive paint department, plus a huge home section with items for every room in your house.

EVENT CENTER Kingston, WA | the-point-casino.com | 1.866.547.6468 The Point Casino is proudly owned and operated by The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe. See the Wildcard Players Club for complete details. Management reserves all rights. Knowing your limit is your best bet—get help at (800) 547-6133.

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SATURDAY AUGUST 29th SATURDAY AUGUST 29th 

SUNDAY AUGUST 30th SUNDAY AUGUST 30th 

BUCK & ELIZABETH BUCK & ELIZABETH

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DIAPER DERBY

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DIAPER DERBY FINALS

IRENE SCHOOL OF DANCE IRENE SCHOOL OF DANCE

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SELWOOD CHEER & ELIZABETH‐N‐BUCK ELIZABETH N BUCK 4:00 Patsy Cline & other Country Patsy Cline & other Country  DANCE TEAM Classics 5:00 5 00

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ARENA EVENTS Marshall Tucker Band

Wednesday, August 26th After Xtreme Bulls

The Marshall Tucker Band will be the main entertainment at this year's Kitsap County Fair. "We were just kids," said Doug Gray, the only surviving original member of the band. "We had no idea what we were doing." It was Gray and his buddy Tommy Caldwell who formed The New Generation. After high school, that band merged with members of another local band, The Rants, which included Caldwell's brother, Toy, Jerry Eubanks and Ross Hanna and became the Toy Factory. They played clubs and small venues near their home in Spartanburg, South Carolina. But it was the mid 1960s and there was a war on. Most of the band members were drafted and went to Vietnam. Gray, who was a sergeant in the U.S. Army, saw combat and was in Vietnam for 13 months, beginning in 1968. When they returned to the U.S. they put the band back together and played under the name of the Toy Factory. In 1972, Gray, the Caldwell brothers, Eubanks, guitarist George McCorkle and drummer Paul T. Riddle formed a new band, The Marshall Tucker Band. As the story goes, they were rehearsing in an old warehouse. They had yet to decide on a name and were discussing what they should call themselves one evening. Someone looked at the tag on the key and it said "Marshall Tucker" and it was suggested they call themselves The Marshall Tucker Band, not knowing it was a real person's name. Because it was time to go to dinner and everyone was hungry they said "sounds great" and the rest is history. A few years later they found out that Marshall Tucker was the name of a real person who rented the building before them.

His name was still on the key tag because the warehouse owner hadn't changed it yet. Tucker was a blind piano tuner, who, along with his partner, used the building for their piano business. They signed with Capricorn Records, the same label that guided The Allman Brothers Band, Wet Willie and others to national fame. They opened shows for The Allman Brothers in 1973, and the following year, they began to headline their own shows across America due to the platinum-plus sales of their debut album. They toured constantly playing sheds, stadiums, theaters, fairs, and festivals. Along the way, the band has recorded 22 studio albums, three DVDs, three live albums and many compilations. In 1980, Tommy Caldwell died as a result of injuries from an auto accident. In 1984, Toy Caldwell, George McCorkle, and Paul Riddle decided to retire. Gray and Eubanks, with the blessings of the other three, continued to record and perform as The Marshall Tucker Band. In 1993, Toy Caldwell, who wrote the majority of their songs, died, as did McCorkle in 2007. Eubanks retired in 1996 and Gray continues to lead the current band of musicians, BB Borden, Pat Elwood, Marcus James Henderson, Chris Hicks and Rick Willis. It's hard for Gray to look back. As the remaining member of the original band, he feels the spirit of the original band every time he walks on stage. "The guys I play with now are excellent, talented musicians," he said. "The band is still all about the music." The band plays 150 concerts a year, and with travel time, Gray's away from home about 200 days a year. Between gigs, he makes his home in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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1. Have a Crazy Eric’s Burger 2. Eat a Scone 3. Find the snake 4. Take a selfie at a selfie station 5. Pet a duck 6. Enter a contest 7. Can you find the Floriculture display? (hint…upstairs) 8. Meet a vendor 9. Watch a show 10. Smile and have fun

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Kitsap Public Facilities District is dedicated to community partnerships that drive economic development throughout the County. Successful Partnerships Include: • Kitsap Conference Center, with the City Of Bremerton • Kitsap Fairgrounds and Event Center, with Kitsap County & Parks Dept. • NK Regional Event Center, with Kitsap County, City of Poulsbo and NK School District KPFD Event Fund Kitsap PFD has up to $5K each for organizations that need funds to promote/market local events being held at one of our partner facilities this year. Learn more at www.kitsappfd. org/eventfund.html

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COWBOY CORRAL WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 1:00PM TO 11:30PM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: NOON TO MIDNIGHT SUNDAY NOON TO 5:00

THURSDAY THE TAMMY FROST BAND 9:00pm-11:30pm The “Tammy Frost Trio" is a blend of country, blues, bluegrass, and soul, and Americana. Tammy is from Port Orchard, WA. The “Thursday House Band” at the Swim Deck in Port Orchard and you can catch Tammy the last Friday of every month at Pat’s Little Red Barn. Currently Tammy is in the studio working on a CD

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6:00pm – 7:00PM and 9:00pm – 11:30pm Brothers Isaac and Luke Olson started the group out as a duo playing guitar and writing music together beginning in 2011. Luke and Isaac also won a national songwriting contest for their hit song "Sunrise" in The Olson Bros won $5000, a trip to Nashville to consult with a publishing company, and got introduced at The Grand Ol' Opry.  The Olson Bros enjoy writing songs that display strong emotion.  They write about dancing, partying, natures beauty, ladies, love, big ass trout, beer, changing the world, and basically anything that relates to their lives or having a good time!.  

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SATURDAY JAMES HUNNICUTT

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Back from his European Tour, James is ready to play for you at the Kitsap County Fair. His solo act fills a room like an entire band. This home town boy is an amazing solo artist but an accomplished entertainer.

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james Redfern, Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist from Poulsbo, WA. "Like Maroon 5 meets John Mayer, with hair on it's chest" James replies when asked to describe his sound. He continues to write new material, while fine-tuning an explosive live show filled with catchy tunes, guitar acrobatics & an always killer band. Stephanie Anne Johnson is a singer and songwriter, born and raised in Tacoma, Washington. Her soulful sound combines elements of blues, folk and rock, and she is constantly refining her favorite instrument, her voice. Guided by a killer musical instinct, her rich, melodic soundscapes surround her audience and inspire her listeners into a depth of emotional possibility. And yes, she did appear on “that one show” ..

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SUNDAY TRIVIA TIME LIVE Do you play Trivia Time Live in Kitsap?? Well we have the finale! Watch your local teams compete for bragging rights and much more.

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Saturday August 29th ~ 7pm

Come join us on Saturday Night for the annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink night. This year we are honoring Bridging the Gap in Kitsap. Their mission is to offer financial support and resources to those diagnosed with breast cancer in Kitsap County; especially, those who have exhausted or are otherwise ineligible for assistance with other organizations.  You can support our cause by purchasing raffle tickets for some great items, purchasing merchandise, or by making a donation in honor of someone with our Boot Campaign. We would like to remember Linda Foutch for all the time and energy she put into this great program. She has left a footprint for many of us to follow in. She continues to be present in all that we do.

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Red Cedar Farm Unforgettable Experience – Captivating Country Charm

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Kitsap County’s roots are green. Our community was founded on agriculture! The Livestock Department of the Kitsap County Fair and Stampede focuses on agriculture education and developing the skills of our local farmers! We are comprised of both youth and adults. FFA, 4-H and Open Class exhibitors work together it create the exhibits we have on display. As the face of agriculture in Kitsap County has changed over the last 100 years, where once we were known for our egg and dairy production, today we see more specialty farms producing organic and naturally grown products and livestock. In the livestock area you are given the opportunity to experience both traditional and specialty farming both of which provide a wholesome and educational stroll through the historical and modern faces of today’s farmers.

Discover all that Red Cedar Farm has to offer, our 100-year-old renovated farm and 25 acres of lush plantings beckon you to plan your ultimate wedding. Visit with the animals, play in the nostalgic pinball gallery, and relax in the elegantly landscaped surroundings. You and your guests will have memories to last a lifetime! 27051 NW Lofall Rd Poulsbo, WA 98370 360-697-7770 www.redcedarfarm.com

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BABY FRIENDLY LOUNGE

Visit our baby friendly lounge located in the corner of the backside of the Kitsap Sun Pavilion. This area is organized and run by the Kitsap Breast Feeding Coalition. You will be greeted with big smiles and any emergency baby supplies you need for the fair. This lounge is a place moms (or dads) can feed and change their baby in a relaxing environment.

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said. Carpenter noted that firefighters also doused a quarter-acre fire at Pritchard Park two weeks ago, and a smaller fire near the water tower behind the high school Monday. The grass fire on Fletcher Bay Road was apparently caused by a riding lawnmower. “The homeowner was mowing his grass, and the grass is so dry — that he hit a rock ... and created sparks. That’s all it took,” Carpenter said. By the time the man finished mowing a row on his riding mower and turned around, Carpenter said, the homeowner saw the fire. It was quickly spreading, and he called 911. By then, the fire had grown to roughly 50 feet by 50 feet in size. It was even larger when firefighters arrived at the scene moments

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Where were you when the mountain blew? On Friday, a blue Volkswagen van/mobile film studio will be parked outside Eagle Harbor Books from 5 to 8 p.m. to collect islanders’ stories about the Mount St. Helens eruption. Local production company Draft 22 is teaming up with Honey Toad Studio to create an anthology-style web series — “Who Will You Save?” — about man’s struggle to survive in the face of disaster.

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the series, which will revolve around audience engagement. It’s “Survivor” meets the “Choose Your Own Adventure” gamebooks: Every week, viewers will have 36 hours to vote for their favorite characters online, and the character with the fewest votes will be written out of the show — to put it nicely. “It’s going to be heartbreaking every time a character has to die,” Wallace said. “But we’re putting [them] at the mercy of the fan base.” Wallace expects the local cast to get involved, too. “We hope actors will tweet

out to their fans, [go to] whatever lengths to [save themselves],” she said. The elimination feature will create a unique challenge for the series’ creators, who will scramble to write, film and edit each episode in just a few days. Still, Wallace and her team are excited to break new ground and produce such an open-ended story. “There are a lot of web series out in the universe; we were trying to come up with something that would capture our

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Council District 6 race, RichBY PETER O’CAIN ard Huddy (55.9 percent) POCAIN@SOUNDPUBLISHING.COM and incumbent Roy Runyon PORT ORCHARD — (26.7 percent) advanced to Primary elections on Aug. 4 the general election on Nov. 3. yielded the lowest voter turn- Kim Faulkner, Runyon’s wife, out since at least 1998, as only received 17.2 percent of votes. By MICHELLE BEAHM Cisneros posted signs and banners 20 percent of voters completHuddy said he feels “valmbeahm@northkitsapherald.com call attention to her protest. ed their ballots. (The county idated” by the results,tobut POULSBO — After 48only hours, Sara N. Miller / Herald auditor provides election there’s still work to be done. Kimberly Cisneros reached her records online to 1998.) limit on Aug. 6 and climbed tree),” said Debra D’Angelo. In the Bremerton City SEE ELECTIONS, A9 down from an old fir tree off D’Angelo didn’t know Cisneros Caldart Avenue. until after the tree-climbing, but With a new housing develthe message Cisneros was sendopment being built right next ing was one D’Angelo approves to her rented home, Cisneros of. wanted to protect the tree she “She gave the tree a voice,” has a special connection with, so protest around 10 a.m. Aug. 4. D’Angelo said, who came out “She has a connection to (the she spontaneously climbed it in

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BREMERTON — She acknowledges it is a unique contrast. Port Orchard’s Aimee Durgan, who coaches and competes with the Northwest Derby Company, works as a head server at best-selling author Debbie Macomber’s Victorian Rose Tea Room. “I spend my day in a pink dollhouse waiting on little old ladies, feeding them tea and sandwiches,” Durgan said with a laugh. “Then I come here and knock people down at night.” Here is Skateland in Bremerton. Northwest Derby

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C ompany competed at Sk8town in Port Orchard until that business shuttered earlier this year when a bank evicted the tenants at 1501 Piperberry Way. “We miss our home rink, but this rink has been extremely welcoming,” Durgan said. “They’ve been really good to us and we’ve been able to pick up right where we left off. It caused no interference in our season. We were really lucky.” While Durgan misses the crowds at Sk8town, which she said dwarf those at the current location, the centralized Kitsap County venue has buoyed participation. Durgan said 24 women pre-registered for their Aug. 2 orientation.

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public is urged to stay out of the water, off beaches and refrain from collecting rocks and shells until the no-contact advisory is lifted. On Aug. 4, a second spill of about 16,000 gallons occurred when a mechanical rubber plug installed in the sewer force main failed. The plug was meant to stop the sewer flow while creating a bypass line around the construction site. The incident occurred at around 10:15 a.m. and was initially contained with on-site equipment. There was about 45 minutes where sewage flow exceed the capacity of the on-site equipment resulting in the 16,000 gallon spill. “Any impact to the environment and the water ways of the County is of great concern to us,” said Andrew Nelson, director of Public Works, in a press statement. SEE SPILLS, A9

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According to a Kitsap County BY CHRIS TUCKER home visiting programs and Sheriff’s Office report, Mark Eugene CTUCKER@CENTRALKITSAPREPORTER.COM high-quality early learning Per Salzwedel, 55, of Bremerton, went during an Aug. 5 public programs as effective crime SEATTLE — Bremerton Month of featureless rear walls of retail box economy. BY CHRIS TUCKER GORST – A Bremerton man who into the Peninsula Subaru dealerhearing. The school board is Police Chief Steve Strachan prevention strategies. stores, hikers walking along Clear But the miles-long sprawling allegedly threatened car dealership ship in Gorst Aug. 3 at 11 a.m. and CTUCKER@CENTRALKITSAPREPORTER.COM scheduled to approve the budOil Changes “As police chief, my numspoke at the National Confer- Lease Creek Trail are treated to a study in complex of trails that make up Clear staff with death was arrested by Sher- was acting in an odd manner. His Photo courtesy Eric Lyons Photography get during its Aug. 19 meeting. For Life ence of State Legislatures Leg- ber one priority is to protect SILVERDALE – With a mix of tall contrast between the beauty of the Creek trail is still quite a treat that is iff’s deputies and charged with felony Baker said SKSD’s reveNorthwest Derby Company faced the Oly Rollers one wetland of several teams compete against throughout thethe region islative Summit Early Learn- public safety, but I know from forest trees,—dense plant life, atheynatural world as well as some of harassment. SEE THREATS, A9 nues are expected to increase — during a bout in May. SEE CLEAR CREEK, A9 ing Fellows meeting Aug. 2, personal experience that we burbling creek and the regular views less attractive aspects of a modern By CHRIS CHANCELLOR fromCLOSED $97.6 million in 2014SUNDAYS FOR FAMILY DAY part of the nation’s largest can’t just arrest, prosecute cchancellor@soundpublishing.com 15 to $110.7 million during Hwy 16, Orchard | www.peninsulamitsubishi.com and incarcerate ourPort way out gathering of state legislators 3550 The Central Kitsap Reporter: Top local stories, every Friday in print. Breaking news daily on CentralKitsapReporter.com and on Facebook Reid a simthe upcoming school year. *Leaseproblems, starting at $179 per month for 36 months with $3,378 due at siging with 12,000Michelle limited mileage all has O.A.C. tea and sandwiches,‚“ Durgan said with of crime ” Strachan and staff. ple mantra when it comes Expenditures, which include a laugh. “Then I come here and knock At the summit, Strachan LOWER TAXES IN KITSAP COUNTY to finances: revenues should transfers to pay debt service people down at night.” advocated for research-based SEE STRACHAN, A9 exceed expenditures. and capital projects, are “Here” is Skateland in Bremerton. And for a second consecuexpected to total $109.9 milNorthwest Derby Company competed tive year, it appears that will be lion. Much of that revenue at Sk8town in Port Orchard until that By CHRIS CHANCELLOR with the Northwest Derby Company, the case under South Kitsap comes from the state. cchancellor@soundpublishing.com business shuttered earlier this year works as a head server at best-selling School District’s superintenBaker said while the state when a bank evicted the tenants at 1501 author Debbie Macomber’s Victorian BREMERTON — Port Orchard’s dent. is expected to provide more Piperberry Way. Rose Tea Room. Aimee Durgan acknowledges it is a Annette Baker, the district’s funding in 2015-16, much “I spend my day in a pink dollhouse unique contrast. business office director, prewaiting on little old ladies, feeding them Durgan, who coaches and competes sented the 2015-16 budget SEE DERBY, A13 SEE SCHOOLS, A19 STAFF REPORT

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This passport is your adventure guide to Kitsap County Fair fun. 4-H, FFA, local farmers, and the Kitsap community come together annually to exhibit accomplishments at this fair. Please enjoy visiting and discovering what each passport station has to offer. When you have completed the passport, return your registration to the WSU Exhibit, located in the cat barn, for your chance to win a grand prize. Passport Hours: 9am to 4pm

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ROYALTY MISS KITSAP FAIR & STAMPEDE - TORI STEVENS Tori Stevens is the 17 year old daughter of David and Monique Stevens, and attends Klahowya high School. Tori is a true Kitsap County native whose grandfather and even great-grandfather grew up in Kitsap County. When asked why she wanted to be Miss Kitsap Fair & Stampede, Tori said “When I was a little girl, I idolized the rodeo queens that I saw at the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede and became determined to be one of those queens someday. Now I can be an inspiration to another little girl. I believe that the Miss Kitsap Fair & Stampede title is still the most prestigious title in Kitsap County.” Tori is no stranger to the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede. She was a member of the 4-H Equine Program for 8 years and competed in all events. She is currently an active participant in the Washington State Equestrian Team program and competes in dressage, saddleseat, two barrel flags, barrels, poles, birangle, Canadian flags, in hand obstacle relay, working pairs and cow sorting. Three interesting facts about Tori are that 1) she is terrified of monkeys and spiders, 2) she can mimic a rattlesnake and 3) she owns a rifle, a compound bow and a hunting slingshot. When Tori is not on her horse or at a rodeo, she enjoys singing and practicing her marksmanship.

MISS KATIE KITSAP 2015 - MACY PAINE Macy Paine is 6 years old and was chosen as the 2015 Miss Katie Kitsap to represent the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede along with her mentor, Miss Kitsap Fair & Stampede, Tori Stevens. Macy is the daughter of Scott and Andrea Paine of Port Orchard. Macy’s favorite animals are peacocks, penguin, horses and bunnies. Her favorite color is blue and her favorite movie is “Frozen.” When asked why she wanted to be Miss Katie Kitsap 2015, Macy stated it was because she wanted to be in the arena and meet new people. She likes to entertain and be herself. She loves horses and rodeos.

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RODEO EVENTS TIMED Events

Professional rodeos in the United States and Canada usually incorporate both timed events and “rough stock” events, most commonly calf roping, team roping, steer wrestling, saddle bronc and bareback bronc riding, bull riding, and barrel racing. Some events are based on traditional ranch practices; others are modern developments and have no counterpart in ranch practice.

STEER WRESTLING

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Also known as “Bulldogging,” is a Is based on ranch work in which rodeo event where the rider jumps off calves are roped for branding, medical of his horse onto a steer and “wrestles” treatment, or other purposes. It is the it to the ground by grabbing it by the oldest of rodeo’s timed events. horns. This is probably the single most The cowboy ropes a running calf physically dangerous event in rodeo around the neck, and his horse stops for the cowboy, who runs a high risk and sets back while the cowboy of jumping off of a running horse dismounts, runs to the calf, throws head first and missing the steer, or of it to the ground and ties three feet having the thrown steer land on top together. of him, sometimes horns first. When the tie is complete, the roper Typical professional times will be throws his hands in the air to signal in the range of 3.0 to 10 seconds “time” and stop the clock. The roper from the gates opening to the then returns to his horse, mounts, and waving of the flag. The steers used moves the horse forward to relax the today generally weigh between tension on the rope. The timer waits 450–650 pounds, and the human steer for six seconds, during which the calf wrestlers typically weigh 180–300 must stay tied before an official time is recorded. pounds.

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TEAM ROPING

Two people capture and restrain a full-grown steer. One horse and rider, the “header,” lassos a running steer’s horns, while the other horse and rider, the “heeler,” lassos the steer’s two hind legs. Once the animal is captured, the riders face each other and lightly pull the steer between them, so that it loses its balance and lies down. This technique originated from methods of capture and restraint for treatment used on a ranch.

BARREL RACING

A timed speed and agility event. In barrel racing, horse and rider gallop around a cloverleaf pattern of barrels, making agile turns without knocking the barrels, barrel racing is an exclusively women’s sport. Barrel racing originally developed as an event for women. While the men roped or rode bulls and broncs, the women barrel raced.


RODEO EVENTS Rough Stock Events

BAREBACK BRONC RIDING

The rider is only allowed to hang onto a bucking horse with a “rigging.” Each competitor climbs onto a horse, which is held in a bucking chute. When the rider is ready, the gate of the bucking chute is opened and the horse bursts out and begins to buck. The rider attempts to stay on the horse for eight seconds without touching the horse with his free hand. A rider that manages to complete a ride is scored on a scale of 0-50 and the horse is also scored on a scale of 0-50. Scores in the 80s are very good, and in the 90s, are exceptional. A horse who bucks in a spectacular and effective manner will score more points than a horse who bucks in a straight line with no significant changes of direction.

SADDLE BRONC

The bareback rider does not use a saddle or rein, but uses a rigging that consists of a leather and rawhide composite piece often compared to a suitcase handle attached to a surcingle and placed just behind the horse’s withers. The rider leans back and spurs with an up and down motion from the horse’s point of shoulder toward the rigging handle, spurring at each jump in rhythm with the motion of the horse.

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RODEO EVENTS Rough Stock Events BULL RIDING

An event where the cowboys ride full-grown bulls instead of horses. Because bulls are unpredictable and may attack a fallen rider, rodeo clowns, now known as “bullfighters,” work during bull-riding competition to distract the bulls and help prevent injury to competitors. The ride is scored from 0–100 points. Both the rider and the bull are awarded points. There are usually two judges, each judge scoring the bull from 0–50 points, and the rider from 0–50 points. The combined point totals from both judges make up the final score for the ride. Scores of zero are quite common as many riders lose control of the animal almost immediately after the bull leaves the bucking chute. Many experienced professionals are able to earn scores of 75 or more. Scores above 80 are considered excellent, and a score in the 90s exceptional. For points to be awarded the rider must stay mounted for a minimum of 8 seconds, and he is scored only for actions during those 8 seconds. A rider is disqualified for touching the bull, the rope, or himself with his free arm.

Bucking Chute DEFINITION OF BUCKING CHUTE: The bucking chutes are the stock pens in a rodeo arena where the wild horses and bulls are placed. Cowboys and cowgirls then place their riding equipment on the animal and mount for their ride. A gate that opens up into the arena is flung wide when the competitor nods their head. Chute 1: Bremerton Health & Rehabilitation Chute 2: Les Schwab Tires Chute 3: Haselwood Auto Group

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