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WELCOME TO THE 44TH ANNUAL RAY COUNTY FAIR
t’s that time of year – the Ray County Fair is back for its 44th year. I would like to start by thanking all of the hard-working fair board members and their families who volunteer many hours of their time and energy to bring us a great fair each and every year. This is not only the ones you see, but also the ones that spend time year round and behind the scenes. I would also like to say a special “THANK YOU” to all the sponsors and the community for their wonderful support of our efforts to bring a quality fair. Our volunteers take pride in bringing you a quality fair. If you are interested in volunteering your time and know how, please ask a current member. This year’s fair starts Friday, July 12, with a Kick-off Night. This will include a live band for dancing or just sitting and listening. On Saturday, July 13, the morning will start out with a car, motorcycle and tractor show. The evening will follow with the Super Teen contest. The standard events through the week include 4-H and FFA projects on display at the Eagleton Center and outside the FFA/4-H Building on the fairgrounds. The livestock and small animal shows will also be throughout the week. On Tuesday, July 16, will be the Ham Breakfast and Auction. This breakfast includes country cured ham, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, plus juice and coffee for $5. The breakfast starts at 6:30 a.m., with the ham auction to follow. On Wednesday, July 17, Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual will Farmers Appreciation Dinner. This dinner is open to all area farmers. After dinner will be the Ray County 4-H/FFA Livestock Auction. This auction is where area businesses really show their support of the area 4-H/FFA youth. Please come out and help support the local youth. On Friday, July 19, will be the Horse Raceo. This event is held at the Richard Swope Arena located on the fairgrounds. On Saturday, July 20, the fair will conclude with the Demolition Derby. The derby has some more changes in order to bring a fun and entertaining show for you. Again, I must say sorry for not having a tractor pull. We are still searching for one that works in our time frame. We’ll keep searching. Some of you may have seen a flyer about being a Ray County Fair supporter. We are a not-for-profit organization. We are striving to continue to have a place for area youth to showcase their crafts and livestock. At this time we are reaching out for extra funding and support. Your help in this program is greatly appreciated. In conclusion, I would like to express a personal Thank You to all the fair board members and sponsors for their hard work and dedication to bring you a quality county fair. Please say a big Thank You to these special people. Sincerely,
President, Ray County Fair 2013
RAY CO. FAIR ASSOCIATION President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joel Richards First Vice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephen Penny Second Vice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeremy McGinnis Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nancy Coleman Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Townsend
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chris Oyler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marvin Griffin Stephen Penny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dale Vandiver Jeremy McGinnis
FAIR ASSOCIATION MEMBERS Everett & Martha Balman ** Bob Bathgate Rick & Sherry Bersano Derick Bersano Butch & Gail Bisbee Kevin Bisbee Adam & Valerie Brock Arlyn & Sandy Burns Garry Bush Charles & Marsha Calvert Marion Calvert Jerin & Cody Calvert Ryan Calvert Norman & Holly Clevenger Nancy Coleman Jack & Gloria Cunningham Jack Cunningham III Larry Danner
Shelly Dickey Roy Dunwoodie Larry Engler Rodger Fitzwater Travis & Amy Gibson **Beulah Graham Marvin & Paula Griffin Steve & Brenda Hamm Steven & Amanda Hamm ** Nadine Harrell Ben Hockemeier Don & Jamie Honeycutt Mike & Shelly Hoskins Kyle & Erica McBee Jeremy & Jamie McGinnis Johnny & Vickie McGinnis Chris & Dianne McGuire Chris & Jeanne Oyler Dwayne & Marsha Penny Stephen & Jamie Penny
Jim & Donna Proffitt Paul Rapp ** Larry & Jean Renfro Dean & Sharon Richards Joel & Kristy Richards Justin Richards Eddie & Julie Roberson Joe & Kim Robinson Danny & Courtney Sisson ** Frances Smith ** Gregg Steele ** Harold & Jane Strobel Dickie Swope Tom & Deanne Townsend Mike & Tracie Twyman ** Kay Vandiver Dale Vandiver Robert Williams Dale & Amanda Wollard ** denotes honorary members
Schedule of Events Friday, July 12 “Fair Kick-off Night” Boomerz performs 7:30-11:30 p.m. Gates open at 7, livestock barn, fairgrounds, $5 Saturday, July 13 Shooting Sports, 8 a.m., fairgrounds Classic Car, Truck & Hot Rod Show, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Eagleton Civic Center 4H/FFA Cured Ham Show Hams entered 1 to 2 p.m. Judging at 2:30 p.m., fairgrounds Super Teen Contest 6 p.m., fairgrounds arena Monday, July 15 Sheep Show, 8 a.m., fairgrounds 4-H/FFA Exhibit Day, 9 a.m., Eagleton Civic Center Goat Show, 10:00 a.m., fairgrounds Dog Show, 6 p.m., pole barn Tuesday, July 16 Ham Breakfast/Auction, 6:30 a.m., Eagleton Civic Center Swine Show, 9 a.m., fairgrounds Wednesday, July 17 Beef Show, check in at 8 a.m., show at 9, fairgrounds Farmers Appreciation Dinner, 6:30 p.m., livestock pole barn Livestock Auction, 7:30 p.m., livestock pole barn
Evans Midland Carnival Wristband Night, 6 to 10 p.m., downtown Richmond, $20 Thursday, July 18 Poultry Show, 10 a.m., fairgrounds Cat Show, 12:30 p.m., Eagleton Civic Center Clover Kids Pet Show, 12:45 p.m. Fashion Show, 2 p.m., Eagleton Civic Center Rocket Shoot-Off, 5:30 p.m., front lawn. Exhibits released at 6 p.m. Evans Midland Carnival Wristband Night, 6 to 10 p.m., downtown Richmond, $20 Friday, July 19 Rabbit Show, 9 a.m., fairgrounds Exhibits released from Eagleton Civic Center, 9 to 11 a.m. Not responsible for exhibits after11 a.m. Horse Raceo, sign up at 6:30 p.m., show at 7:30, Richard Swope Memorial Arena Evans Midland Carnival Wristband Night, 6 to 10 p.m., downtown Richmond, $20 Saturday, July 20 Evans Midland Carnival, 1 to 10 p.m., downtown Richmond Demolition Derby, 7:30 p.m., fairgrounds arena $10 at the gate
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RAY CO. COMMITTEES 2013 Livestock Travis Gibson – Chairperson Nancy Coleman, Rodger Fitzwater, Johnny McGinnis, Dwayne Penny, Gail Bisbee, Mike Twyman, Tom Townsend, Jeremy McGinnis, Erica McBee, Don Honeycutt, Joe Robinson and Adam Brock Grounds Roy Dunwoodie, Steve Hamm, Dean Richards, Joel Richards, Eddie Roberson, Everett Balman, Justin Richards, Robert Williams, Larry Engler, Larry Danner and Chris Oyler Parking Stephen Penny - Co-Chairman • Mike Twyman - Co-Chairman Jack Cunningham, Travis Gibson, Mike Hoskins, Dwayne Penny, Jack Cunningham III and Robert Williams Demolition Derby Charles Calvert - Chairman Johnny McGinnis, Joel Richards, Steve Hamm, Eddie Roberson, Mike Twyman, Roy Dunwoodie, Jeremy McGinnis, Ryan Calvert, Jerin Calvert and Chris McGuire horse raceo Tracie Twyman - Co-Chairperson • Vicki McGinnis - Co-Chairperson Dale Vandiver, Dwayne Penny, Joel Richards, Eddie Roberson, Kevin Bisbee, Travis Gibson,
Stephen Penny and Mike Hoskins Displays Paul Rapp, Joel Richards Ham Breakfast Rodger Fitzwater - Co-Chairman • Tom Townsend - Co-Chairman Paul Rapp, Garry Bush, Dean Richards, Charles Calvert, Brenda Hamm, Everett and Martha Balman, Holly Clevenger, Mike and Shelly Hoskins, Shelly Dickey and Larry Danner Trophies & awards Tracie Twyman, Rodger Fitzwater, Vickie McGinnis and Nancy Coleman Gate Marion Calvert, Marsha Calvert, Sandra Burns, Vickie McGinnis, Kristy Richards, Brenda Hamm, Jamie Penny, Jamie McGinnis, Marsha Penny, Tracie Twyman, Tom Townsend and Deanne Townsend, Eddie Roberson, Shelly and Danielle Hoskins Security Jack Cunningham and Garry Bush announcerS Mike Twyman and Justin Richards Super Teen Night Tracie Tywman and Nancy Coleman Advisor Farrell Hockemeier
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Sons carry on fathers’ traditions at county fair Charter member Howard Calvert took pride in fair’s growth, made it a family affair
or the first time in a long time, a familiar face will not be making the rounds at this summer’s Ray County Fair. Howard Calvert, one of the charter members of the Ray County Fair Board, died at the age of 88 in March. Calvert, along with Harold Strobel, Junior Graham, Gary Holloway and Paul Rapp, decided the Ray County Fair needed a permanent home after the fair had been moved around for the first few years of its existence. “They had it back where the old Woodson School was at one time,” recalls Calvert’s son Charles. “They had a bunch of tents set up to show the cattle. Then they decided to find their own area. They always used to have a county fair, but there never was a Ray County Fair Association.” Due to the lack of space, the earlier HOWARD fairs featured very little compared to the CALVERT current ones. Cattle and a few hogs were the featured shows in the beginning, but a visitor to today’s Ray County Fair will find chickens, rabbits, goats, hams, 4-H exhibits and a ham breakfast just to name a few. In addition, there are other attractions such as the demolition derby and tractor pulls. “It just gets bigger and better every year,” Charles said. Calvert said one of the first duties of the newly formed fairboard was to find a permanent place to hold the Ray County Fair. Once the board decided on the current location, the fair was able to expand, barns were built to replace the tents, and the new home of the Ray County Fair was established in the early 1970s. Calvert and the board then went out to seek public support. “He wasn’t the only one, it was a group thing,” Charles said. “They all went out and got donations from the businesses and the sponsor trophies and things like that. They all had a list of businesses and that would be what they would work on for a week or two.” Charles added the board members had no trouble in getting support. After the fair was established, Howard remained involved in almost every aspect of the fair, but Charles said his dad would always be keeping an eye on the finances. “He was always a guy that watched their money,” he said. “If they got low on money, he would get on them and make sure they would spend their money wisely.” Charles said his dad got him involved in the fair when he was in high school by showing cattle. Since then, he has been involved in the demolition derby for the past 35 years and he adds it will be a different feeling when the Ray County Fair rolls around in July. He said his mother, Marian, who still lives at the farm they owned for over 60 years, sent over $1,000 in memorial donations from the services to the Ray County Fairboard. – Russ Green/Richmond News
After his father’s passing in January, Dale Vandiver takes over his role of establishing floor bids for auction
t any auction, someone has to start the bidding for each item, and for decades at the Ray County Fair livestock auction, that someone was Robert “Bob” Vandiver. With his passing in January, the fair board sought a logical replacement for the job: Bob’s son Dale Vandiver.
As a longtime member of the fair board and its advisory committee, Bob always furnished straw bales for seating at the Farmers Appreciation Dinner, livestock for the rodeos and tractors for the pulls, Dale said. “He never set up gates or made decisions, but he would help in any way he could,” Dale said.
Dale Vandiver gives credit to his father, Bob, for making Ray County Fair livestock auctions successful for many years. “If they hadn’t had my dad all those years, they wouldn’t have had anybody start the bidding,” he said.
Since the fair’s early days in the late 1960s, Bob’s chief contribution was to the livestock auction, where 4-H and FFA members show their steers, hogs, goats and sheep in hopes of selling the animals and earning some money. To get that process rolling, Bob offered the starting bid – the market value for the animal on auction day. “If they hadn’t had my dad all those years, they wouldn’t have had anybody start the bidding,” Dale said. Dale said, for instance, that if the market value for a steer were $1.20 per pound, as it was on July 1, Bob established that floor. Then other bidders jumped in and topped the bidding off at, say, $1.50 per pound. Bob then paid the first $1.20, and the winning bidder paid the remaining 30 cents. Bob ended up with the animals, and the bidder ended up with a little pubBOB VANDIVER licity for himself and a lot of gratitude from the exhibitor. The process worked because Bob, a longtime cattleman, had the equipment to haul away the livestock. He was the only person in the area who could handle the volume, Dale said. “He’d put them on the truck and send them to the packing house,” Dale said. This year, Dale expects the auctioneer to offer 12 steers, 10 hogs and five to seven sheep at the livestock show July 17. “Just the best, the blue ribbon animals,” Dale said. Dale said that in the past, more exhibitors showed more animals, but the number of youths participating has “really dropped.” Young people are busier, but more significantly, raising livestock is expensive. A 4-H or FFA member may spend $1,000 or more to buy a steer and then spend VANDIVER
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New car category, beer sales changes to demo derby Ray County demolition derby organizers are adding a new car category for more ways to win at the Saturday, July 20, event at Ray County Fairgrounds. The group has added a modified compact division along with its stock compact cars. Prizes in the modified compact DEMOLITION DERBY divisions are $700 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 20 for first, $300 for Ray County Fairgrounds arena second, $200 for $10 admission at the gate third and $100 for fourth, along with trophies. Stock compact division guarantees a 100 percent payback, and if more than 10 cars are entered, the prize money ups to $250 more. This year’s derby also has a full-sized car category with more prize money. First receives $1,200, second $500, third $300 and fourth place $150 along with trophies. Also added is a Mad Dog Trophy in the fullsized and modified compact categories. One thing that has stayed the same is the entry fee. It’s $25 and $20 for a pit pass.
Organizers, with the approval of Ray County Commission, are re-introducing beer sales at the July 20 event. All alcohol was banned in past years due to a few unruly incidents. The fair board hopes beer availability at the event – in a controlled environment – will bring back more spectators. Calvert said Ray County Sheriffs Department and Richmond Police Department will be on hand at the event. Richmond City Council approved a one-day caterer’s license to Andy Skiles, co-owner of Our Place, to serve beer. No coolers will be allowed inside the fairgrounds. “For us, it’s just a draw, hopefully 500 to 600 more people will attend,” said organizer Charles Calvert. “We make no money off beer sales.” More attendees equals more money from the gate, Calvert said, and that benefits 4-H and FFA fair participants. “We give $6,000 in prize money each year at the fair, and that comes from profits,” he said.
A SHOW FOR ALL VEHICLES Fair rolls out inaugural car, truck and tractor show
Rides of various forms will be on display at Ray County Fair’s first-ever car, truck and tractor show Saturday, July 13, in front of Ray County Museum. Unlike most car shows, you don’t have to have an antique truck or car to participate. “Entries should be antique tractors, but it’s open to cars and trucks of any year,” said coordinator Robbie Williams. Registration is 10 to 11 a.m. and judging begins at 12:30 p.m. Entry fee is $15. Williams said the public will have a big hand in who’ll be the winners. The public can vote on four different car and trucks awards and three awards for antique tractor. In all, awards will be given to the Top 5 antique tractors and the Top 10 in autos and trucks. For more information, contact Williams at 816-255-8601.
The fair’s demolition derby has added a modified compact division along with Mad Dog trophies with prizes and cash in the fullsized and modified compact categories. The derby is 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 20.(File photo)
Evans Midland Carnival returns to Richmond during fair time, July 17-20 Kids didn’t see much carnival action at this year’s snowy Mushroom Festival, so festival organizers jumped at the chance to accept an open date from Evans Midland Carnival. After all, it was a chance for the Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce to recoup some of its loses from the weatherplagued May event. The open date, July 17-20, just happens to coincide with the Ray County Fair. Proceeds of the carnival will be split between the chamber and Ray County
Fair Board, according to Mushroom Festival chairman Nathan Preston. The partnership is a way to aid the fair with financial costs, he said. The carnival will be at its Mushroom Festival location, just off Main Street in the Camden Street parking lot. Evans Midland will offer three wristband nights, July 17-19, so kids can ride all the rides from 6 to 10 p.m. for $20. The carnival will also be open Saturday, July 20, 1 to 10 p.m.
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Dance band Boomerz kicks off Ray County Fair
K, it might be a little corny to say Ray County Fair is starting its eight-day event with a bang – or a boom. But fair board organizers are definitely changing up things with Kansas City-area band Boomerz performing on the first evening of the fair Friday, July 12, along with beer sales that evening. Boomerz returns to Richmond after its first stint playing at this year’s frigid Mushroom Festival. Around 40 to 50 people braved near-freezing temps at Friday’s festival beer garden. But with the band’s large repertoire of dance tunes, maybe they weren’t cold. “We’re excited to come back when it’s not 33 degrees,” said Mark Rezac, leader of the band. “Being a barefoot drummer, it was little rough on my feet.” Rezac said they had a great time with the festival crowd, and were told by them they would be out to see the band again. Some of those folks must have told Robbie Williams, who’s coordinating the kick-off night of the fair. “I had a lot of people request them because they liked them at the Mushroom Festival,” he said. Rezac said his band considers itself a “variety dance band.” “Our slogan, actually it’s a warning, says our shows have been known to cause uncontrollable foot tapping, head bobbing and booty shaking,” Rezac said. The band likes to play songs that are danceable and recognizable, he says, in a rapid-fire succession. The also sprinkle in country into their play sets. The playlist – to say the least – is diverse. There are classic rock dance numbers, like “Long Cool Woman,” by The Hollies to new country anthems, like “Cruise” by Georgia Florida Line. “We go from Elvis to Roy Orbison to Michael Jackson to AC/DC to Luke Bryan. It’s a long stretch. We try to mix and match that as best we can,” Rezac says. The band – Rezac, Terry Viles and John Pierce – all take turns as lead singers and like to showcase their harmony, too. That’s why the Doobie Brothers and the Eagles are two of the band’s favorites. Rezac says they’re not afraid of a little July heat. The band, which has been together since 1995, says they’ve
Boomerz performed at the chilly Mushroom Festival this year and say they’re ready for some warm weather and a good crowd. (Photo by Russ Green/Richmond News)
played in several outdoor shows under pretty warm conditions. They’ll perform in the livestock barn at Ray County Fairgrounds 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. Cover charge is $5. Gates open at 7. As the band opens, beer will be available for purchase, Williams said, and I.D.s will be checked at the entrance of the barn. FFA will also operate its concession stand, selling hamburgers, hot dogs, water and soft drinks. Outside food or drinks aren’t allowed. “This is for all ages, not just for those consuming alcohol,” Williams said. He suggests concert-goers bring their lawn chairs and enjoy the show. “People who missed the first time can catch us this time,”
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Friday, July 12 7:30 to 11:30 p.m., Kansas City-area band Boomerz performs classic rock and country dance tunes at the livestock barn of Ray County Fairgrounds Cover charge is $5. Gates open at 7. Food, water, soft drinks and beer will be available for purchase. I.D.s will be checked prior to entrance of barn. Public is invited to bring lawn chairs.
Rezac said. To hear the band’s music, go to Boomerzkc.com or to its facebook page. – JoEllen Black/Richmond News
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Ham CURinG COnteSt: Grand Champion Ham..............Ray County Land & Title Reserve Champion Ham .... Farmers Home Insurance Co.
Beef Cattle: Supreme Champion Heifer Trophy ........................................................Townsend Farms $30 Prize Money ................. Ray Carroll County Grain Growers Reserve Champion Heifer Trophy........Valley View Stock Farm /Art and Christie Endsley $20 Prize Money ............................................. Lawson Bank Champion Steer Trophy ......... Pioneer Hi-Bred Int’l/Mike Arnold, Sales Rep $100 Prize Money ........................................... Kay Vandiver Reserve Champion Steer Trophy ..............................................Twyman Family Farms $50 Prize Money ............................................. Kay Vandiver
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Supreme Champion Boar Trophy .............................................Lindsay Machine Works $30 Prize Money ............................Boos & Penny Livestock Reserve Champion Boar Trophy ........................................ Gallo’s Crossroads Conoco $20 Prize Money .................................................................... ...........................Central Missouri Community Credit Union Supreme Champion Gilt Trophy ....................................................... Hardin Mini Mart $30 Prize Money ....................MFA Agri Services, Norborne Reserve Champion Gilt Trophy .....................................................Jerry’s Hair Design $20 Prize Money ...............................Richmond Rotary Club Champion market Hog Trophy ...............Central Missouri Community Credit Union
Showmanship (13 & Under) Trophy ........................ Lawson Agri-Services LLC, Lawson $20 Prize Money ...........................Boos & Penny Livestock Showmanship (14 & Over) Trophy ..................................................................Jale Angus $20 Prize Money ......................................... Nancy Coleman
SHOOtinG SPORtS: Best of Show - (8-10 age grp) ....................... ...........Orrick Lions Club Best of Show - (11-13 age grp)................................. Orrick Lions Club Best of Show - (14 & up age grp) ............................ Orrick Lions Club Best of Show ....................................................... Orrick Lions Club
Small animalS: Champion Dog (14 & over) ............................Richmond Kiwanis Champion Dog (13 & under) ......................... Roger & Jean Wholf Dog Showmanship (14 & over) .......................Richmond Kiwanis Dog Showmanship (13 & under) ......................Richmond Kiwanis Champion Rabbit .............Merchants & Farmers Bank, Hardin Champion Rabbit ........................ Ray County Animal Hospital Champion Poultry ............Merchants & Farmers Bank, Hardin Champion Poultry ....................... Ray County Animal Hospital Champion Cat ..................Merchants & Farmers Bank, Hardin
$50 Prize Money ...............................Richmond Rotary Club Reserve Champion market Hog Trophy ....................................................Nadler’s Catering Co. $25 Prize Money ......................................... Orrick Lions Club Showmanship (13 & Under) Trophy ........................................... MFA Propane, Lexington $20 Prize Money .......................................Orrick Lions Club Showmanship (14 & Over) Trophy ........................... Ray-Carroll County Grain Growers $20 Prize Money .......................................Orrick Lions Club
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RAY COUNTY 4-H/FFA HORSE SHOW LOCATION: Fairgrounds – Richard Swope Memorial Horse Arena – Richmond DATE: Saturday, June 29, 2013 - (Rain Date: Sunday, July 21, 2013) CHECK-IN TIME: 8 a.m. | SHOWTIME: 9 a.m.
Bob Vandiver is pictured with granddaughter Abby Vandiver after purchasing her heifer in last year’s livestock auction at Ray County Fair. (Submitted photo)
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more for feed to fatten the animal. Once the exhibitor invests that kind of money, profit margins can grow slim. The auction is more rewarding when bidders who want to support a family friend run bids higher, Dale said. “They help out the kids they know,” Dale said, adding that his family has always tried to support exhibitors from Orrick to thank families who have done business with the Vandivers at Orrick Farm Service.
Dale said that by raising show animals, exhibitors learn not only how to care for livestock but also how to manage financial aspects of the business. It can be a valuable lesson that might teach participants that the livestock business isn’t for them. “Some are the third or fourth generation, some only do it once,” Dale said. Dale will now be the second generation Vandiver to start the floor bid process at the auction. “You have to start with market value for sheep, hogs and cattle,” Dale said. “That’s what Dad did, and that’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to carry on his name.”
SPECTATORS WELCOME!!! Please go to the Missouri 4-H Web site: http:// mo4h.missouri.edu; then click on horses and that will take you to the manual. These rules will be followed at the County Horse Show with the following exceptions and/ or additions. 1. Exhibitor must have attended a majority of the Horsemanship project meetings held by their project leader including a majority of those where the horse was required at the meeting and half or a majority of the community club meetings depending on your club bylaws. 2. Horse Forms must of been turned in by MAY 1 on each horse that you might use during the year. NO EXCEPTIONS! 3. You MUST SHOW at the County Horse Show in order to show at the Missouri State Fair. 4. Novice Classes are open only for members in their first or second year of horsemanship – members 8-19.
5. If start in NOVICE (walk, trot only) – you show in novice for the 4-H year. You must show before the judge in a performance class of horsemanship or showmanship to participate in game classes. If in NOVICE CLASSES you show ONLY in NOVICE Game Classes. 6. Entries were due May 31, 2013 at the Extension Center. NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED. 7. COGGINS TEST REQUIRED. Need the Coggins certificate number. 8. There is an entry fee of $5 per class and the Entry Fee must accompany entry forms by May 31. 9. Entry fee is non-refundable, unless show is on rain date and you can’t participate. 10. You must state which horse you will show on the entry form. 11. A Neutral Zone consisting of a 30-foot semi-circle centered on the entry gate of arena. The purpose of the Neutral zone is for member and spectator’s safety. No one
will be allowed in zone unless entering or leaving arena. A designated gate person will notify Show Officials if there is a violation. Violator will be disqualified from class. Second offense, member will be asked to load and leave. 12. A horse may be led in the gate by a handler for a game class but must be out of the zone before horse makes final turn of run. 13. Safety of ALL individuals at a show are a priority of 4-H. Horses MUST be under control. 14. Patterns for classes are in the “horse rules book.” At each show a judge will select patterns of their choice for Horsemanship and Showmanship classes and Trail class. 15. Classes may be combined if 3 or less are entered in a class. 16. Ray County 4-H does carry “Special Activities Coverage for Accident” through American Income Life for ALL Ray County 4-H members and leaders; if enrolled/recognized in the 4-H enrollment system.
FASHION REVUE LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center, Richmond, Mo. DATE: Thursday, July 18, 2013 | TIME: 2:00 p.m. Judging 1. Must pre-register by 12 noon, June 10 2012 ----with description of outfit to the Extension Center 2. Judging will be in two categories: JUNIOR: 8-13 and SENIOR: 14 and over. 3. A winner in each group will participate in the
State Fashion Revue at Columbia. 4. All 4-Hers participating in the Fashion Revue judging are entered into the Fashion Show.
FASHION SHOW LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center, Richmond, Mo. DATE: Thursday, July 18, 2013 | TIME: Immediately Following Judging For the public to see the 4-Hers model their clothing projects they have made/coordinated this year.
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PUBLIC SPEAKING/ DEMONSTRATIONS/ILLUSTRATED TALKS LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center, Richmond, Mo. DATE: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 | TIME: 6:30 p.m.
1. Must pre-register by 12 noon, June 10 2013 at the Extension Center. (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) 2. Speeches may be on any topic of the participant’s choosing but must be prepared specifically for “4-H Public Speaking” this year, by the participant. 3. Five to seven minute speeches are required. Exceed-
ing seven minutes will access negative points. 4. When entering please state what project the demonstration represents and length of time. 5. Participants will receive $5 each for doing a speech or giving a demonstration.
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RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Entries are limited to 2013 projects of members of Ray County 4-H Clubs. 2. Judging will be on the Danish System with conference Judging. 3. A maximum of four (4) items per project may be exhibited. Exhibits must not be duplicates. 4. All (5-8 year olds) members in 4-H exhibit under the project of CLOVER KIDS. 5. Samples are needed with food items; except for canned product. 6. The best blue ribbon item exhibited from each class is eligible for the State Fair. However, ONLY TWO ITEMS PER EXHIBITOR can be taken to the State Fair. Exhibitors must decide which two exhibits will be taken if they have more than two exhibits selected. 7. All exhibits will be on display until Thursday afternoon – 3 p.m., if removed prior forfeit premium. 8. Educational displays are a method to tell the story of
project learning. They interpret a project to viewers and arouse individual and community interest in meaning and achievements of the 4-H program. Themes or title of educational displays focus on learning gained in the project. They should challenge viewers to study exhibit more closely. Keep the 4-H display simple. Make it attractive: use color, light, and action. Use one idea and stick to it. Use IMAGINATION. The display must be three-dimensional and self-supporting. It can be any size not exceeding 11 inches in height, 12 inches in width (depth front to back) and 14 inches in length. Flat or two-dimensional with items taped to them do not qualify as an educational display. 9. Awards will be presented directly to the individual or attached to the article. 10. Awards are awarded at judge’s discretion. Judges may elect not to award any prize.
4-H CLUB BUILDING HOSTS 9-12 noon 12-3 p.m. 3-6 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 7/15 Mon. Central 7/16 Tues. Clever Clovers Dale-Patton Guys & Gals Lawson 7/17 Wed. Millville Olde Tyme Orrick Guys & Gals 7/18 Thurs. Dale-Patton Lawson Millville Olde Tyme 7/19 Friday Clever Clovers – 4-H group will leave the building at 12 NOON 4-H IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS LEFT AFTER 11 A.M. on July 19th. YOU need to make arrangements with someone in your club to pick up exhibits if you cannot.
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“Learning by Doing” is the basis of 4-H work, and each year thousands of young Missourians between the ages of 8 and 19 do just that. 4-H members make the items displayed in the Missouri State Fair 4-H Building or raise and train the animals on display in State Fair shows. The Missouri State Fair provides
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1. Items made by 4-H members should reflect the skills they have learned in their 4-H project, the needs and interests of the 4-Her, and quality workmanship. Use the 4-H project literature and the “Clover” for ideas and criteria. 2. 4-H members may display only in projects in which they are enrolled in the current 4-H year. Items showcased must be the work of the 4-H member submitting the item and made in the current year. 3. Items must be of Blue Ribbon quality. 4. Items displayed at the risk of the individual 4-H member. The 4-H staff, Extension Centers, and Missouri State Fair are not responsible for the loss or damage to items. 5. A member is limited to two items in the 4-H Building and at the MSF and one demonstration in the 4-H division. 6. All 4-H Building items must be registered on the Fair Computation Program report. 7. These items will be accepted from any project. Members should understand that their exhibits will be touched. These 3 areas will be displayed in the “library” section. 1) Notebooks (three-ring binders are preferred), 2) Posters (flat only; do not fasten items to the poster) and 3) File card systems. 8. Where the item list states, “any item made,” the 4-H member may display any item made in that project. This includes notebooks, file cards, photo displays, posters or educational dis-
plays. 9. Because of space, available cases & number of exhibits in certain project dimension criteria is specified. NO posters, pictures, or patterns attached to projects. Scrapbooks made in other projects other than class 315 will be displayed in the library or with other exhibits. Poster - No larger than 14” x 22;” flat only; do not fasten any items to the poster. Educational display - Must not exceed 11 inches in height, 12 inches in depth (front to back) and 14 inches in width. Must include three dimensional items and stand-alone. (Posters with items taped to them do not qualify as an educational display. Science Fair display boards are too large). Entomology or Geology display boxes - Box must be exactly 18” long x 24” wide and 3 1/2” deep to fit in display racks. Plexiglas or plastic covers are preferred. No handles or knobs. Boxes will be displayed upright in racks. Scrapbooking – exhibits should be only one page representative of the complete scrapbook. Size not to exceed 12”x12.” All pages should be in clear protective sleeve or clear zipper bag. Do not frame. Working models - These exhibits should show how things actually work (cutaway-sections of motors or computers) or can
be used to help people identify parts such as parts of a motor or computer. Many times these exhibits are considered “handson” and can be handled by visitors. Working models -- floor space no larger than 14” x 22.” Decorated Cakes – The use of forms or pans is recommended. Cakes should not exceed 13” in height or at the base. Cake boards should not exceed 1” margin on each side of cake pan or form & is part of 13” base. Must use Royal Icing or Rolled Fondant Or commercial product (i.e. Dapp) that will harden & preserve decorated cake. (No real cakes or butter crème icing or tube/gel icing – displays containing these items will be considered ineligible and will be rejected.) 10. No early removal or checkout of items is permitted. 11. Photographs of items too large or fragile: should not exceed 5x7 and should not be mounted on anything. Tags should be attached to back of photo. Indicate on voucher of this type of exhibit. 12. Exhibits using batteries---should not connect wires to the battery because of potential fire hazard. 13. All items must have a Ray County Fair tag securely fastened to the item in a place that is visible to fair-goers. A second identification label is required on all items, except perishable items such as food, vegetables or crops. This label
Photo display 1. Photos must be mounted on 8” x 10” Solid Mounting Board. 2. The mounting surface should be mat board. 3. Photographs must be 8”x10” or smaller, with no more tha 4 photos per mat board. PLEASE NOTE: • “Solid “ requires that there are no cutouts or other holes in the mat board, either around or behind the photo.
• “Mat board” is a specific material. It is not cardboard, foam core, poster board, etc. Mat board may be easily purchased from online retailers if local craft stores are not available. Examples of online retailers that sell 8”x10” mat board include Sears, Golden State Art, Redimat, Etsy and several others which can be found via google. • Mount photos on the smoothest side of the mat board, using only
adhesives designed for permanent mounting of photographs • Photo exhibits should arrive in a “zip-lock-style” bag to protect them from dust, humidity, etc. • Include name, address and county on the back of each photo.
All exhibits are subject to the FULL State Fair Photography guidelines. They are posted online at http://4h.missouri.edu/go/events/ statefair/photoguidelines.pdf.
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should give name and county of the 4-H member, and be placed in an inconspicuous spot. Two-piece items: each piece must be labeled with name and county. (Examples: jacket and skirt; rocket and rocket launcher; ceramic tea set; mittens, etc., should have an identifying label
on each piece.) Textile items (clothing, knitting, visual arts, etc.) should have a cloth label sewn or safetypinned into the item as a second label. Please remove all county or regional ribbons. 14. Hams will be dually enrolled in the Youth Class of the Country Ham
Class and may become eligible for sale if selected as Champion. The 4-H member is required to complete all Open Division entry forms and pay the $7 entry fee in the Agriculture Building. Checks must be made payable to the “Missouri State Fair.”
2013 RAY COUNTY FAIR AND MISSOURI STATE FAIR ITEM LIST AND GUIDELINES Exhibits receive: 6 points/exhibit/project AEROSPACE Class 811 AEROSPACE LEVEL I: any item made 812 AEROSPACE LEVEL II: any item made 813 AEROSPACE LEVEL III: any item made 814 AEROSPACE LEVEL IV: any item made
Class 581 BREADS I: any item made 582 BREADS II: any item made 583 BREADS III: any item made
AGRONOMY Class 981 FORAGES: Any Item Grown 982 GRAINS: Any Item Grown AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES Class 611 AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES: any item made ARTS AND CRAFTS Class 311 ARTS & CRAFTS: any item made 312 ADVANCED VISUAL ARTS – LEVEL 1 any item made 313 ADVANCED VISUAL ARTS – LEVEL 2 any item made 314 ARTS & COMPUTERS: any item made 315 SCRAPBOOKING: follow guidelines under #9 BEEF Class 121 BEEF UNIT I: any item made 135 BUCKET CALF: any item made
CAKE DECORATING The use of forms or pans is recommended. Cakes should not exceed 13” in height and 13” at the base. Cake boards should not exceed 1” margin on each side of the cake pan or form. Must use Royal icing or rolled fondant or Commercial product like DAPP! NO REAL CAKES, BUTTER CREME ICING OR Tube-Gel will be ACCEPTED. Class 361 CAKE DECORATING - UNIT I: any item made 362 CAKE DECORATING - UNIT II: any item made 363 CAKE DECORATING - UNIT III: any item made CATS Class 177 CAT CARE UNIT I: any item made 178 CAT CARE UNIT II: any item made 179 CAT CARE UNIT III: any item made CHILD DEVELOPMENT Class 411 CHILD DEVELOPMENT UNIT I: any item made 412 CHILD DEVELOPMENT UNIT II: any item made 413 CHILD DEVELOPMENT UNIT III: any item made
BICYCLE Class 731 BICYCLE I: any item made 732 BICYCLE II: any item made
CITIZENSHIP Class 200 PUBLIC ADVENTURES: any item made
BREADS Bread products should be displayed in mini versions (portions of 1/3 to 1/4 of total product. USE disposable plates only, unless it is a gift package. Do Not send expensive or keepsake containers!
CLOTHING & TEXTILES Double tag all clothing items selected for State Fair. Class 521 SEWING EXPRESSIONS 1: any item made Guidlines
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SEWING EXPRESSIONS 2: any item made SEWING EXPRESSIONS 3: any item made BUYING CLOTHES 1: any item bought or made BUYING CLOTHES 2: any item bought or made
CLOVER KIDS CK1 CLOVER KIDS: any Four (4) items made CLOWNING Class 231 CLOWNING: any item made COMMUNICATIONS Class 237 COMMUNICATIONS: any item made 238 COMMUNICATIONS: any item made 239 COMMUNICATIONS: any item made 241 COMMUNICATIONS TOOLKIT: any item made COMPUTERS Class 891 COMPUTERS 1: any item made 892 COMPUTERS 2: any item made 893 COMPUTERS 3: any item made 894 COMPUTERS 4: any item made 895 SCRATCH: any item made 896 ALICE: any item made CONSERVATION Class 911 CONSERVATION FRONTIERS: any item made CONSUMER SAVVY Class 431 CONSUMER 1: any item made
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Class 921 ENTOMOLOGY: UNIT I: any item made 922 ENTOMOLOGY: UNIT II: any item made 923 ENTOMOLOGY: UNIT III: any item made 924 BEEKEEPING: any item made
casseroles, pizza, cream pies; items made with cream cheese, etc. Samples and recipes are needed with any food items. Biscuits, cookies, muffins and other small items: 4/plate. Display cakes – 1/4 or 1/3 of a larger total product.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP Class 441 “BE THE E” ENTREPRENEURSHIP: any item made 442 ENTREPRENEURSHIP – UNIT I: any item made 443 ENTREPRENEURSHIP – UNIT II: any item made 444 ENTREPRENEURSHIP – UNIT III: any item made
Class 551 FOODS A: any item made 552 FOODS B: any item made 553 FOODS C: any item made 554 FOODS D: any item made 555 DAIRY FOODS: any item made 557 INTERNATIONAL FOODS I: any item made 558 INTERNATIONAL FOODS II: any item made 561 MICROWAVE MAGIC A: any item made 562 MICROWAVE MAGIC B: any item made 563 MICROWAVE MAGIC C: any item made 564 MICROWAVE MAGIC D: any item made 571 FOOD PRESERVATION : any item made
DOGS Class 171 DOG UNIT I: any item made 172 DOG UNIT II: any item made 173 DOG UNIT III: any item made
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Class 913 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I: any item made 914 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE II: any item made 915 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE III: any item made
ELECTRICITY Items should be made in accordance with the National Electrical Code. Consult power suppliers or electricians for code requirements. Battery operated items are eligible items – Do Not Connect Them Or Leave them at Home. Class 831 ELECTRICITY - UNIT I: any item made 832 ELECTRICITY - UNIT II: any item made 833 ELECTRICITY - UNIT III: any item made 834 ELECTRICITY - UNIT IV: any item made
EXPLORING 4-H – (Grades 2-4 suggested) Class 261 EXPLORING 4-H: any item made
ENERGY Class 861 Power of Wind: any item made ENTOMOLOGY—Boxes Must be 18” long x 24” wide x 3 1/2” deep. Only 1 box accepted/member.
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Filmmaking Class 270 Filmmaking: any item made FINANCIAL CHAMPIONS Class 421 FINANCIAL EDUCATION UNIT 1: any item made 422 FINANCIAL EDUCATION UNIT 2: any item made FOODS/NUTRITION 4-Hers must adhere to the following rules: Food must be of reasonable quality to keep more than a week. NO food items that will spoil quickly such as
FORESTRY Educational displays of leaf, twig/ wood samples, 3-D models, etc. Class 931 FORESTRY LEVEL I: any item made 932 FORESTRY LEVEL II: any item made 933 FORESTRY LEVEL III: any item made GEOLOGY See Item 8 for display box dimensions. Specimens should be labeled & mounted so the boxes can be displayed. Rocks need to be attached securely. Member can send one box. No knobs or handles on the box. Class 941 GEOLOGY: any item made Guidlines
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GUIDELINES Continued from page 10 GEOSPATIAL Class 991 Exploring Spaces, Going places
GLOBAL EDUCATION Class 221 GLOBAL EDUCATION UNIT I: any item made
Class 971 GARDENING UNIT A: any item grown or made 972 GARDENING UNIT B: any item grown or made 973 GARDENING UNIT C: any item grown or made 974 GARDENING UNIT D: any item grown or made
GOATS Class 136 DAIRY GOAT UNIT I: any item made 137 DAIRY GOAT UNIT II: any item made 138 DAIRY GOAT UNIT III: any item made 139 MEAT GOAT PROJECT: any item made
Pumpkin (1) Egg Plant (2) Summer Squash (2) Beets (4) Winter Squash (2) Cucumbers (4) Other Veggies: Large produce-1; Small produce-4
KNITTING Class 331 KNITTING UNIT I: any item made 332 KNITTING UNIT II: any item made
HEALTH/FITNESS Class 711 BOWLING: any item made 712 GOLF: any item made 771 FIRST AID: any item made 772 STAYING HEALTHY: any item made 773 KEEPING FIT: any item made 774 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN 4-H CLUBS: any item made 775 MOVE ACROSS MO (MOVE): any item made
LEADERSHIP Class 271 STEP UP TO LEADERSHIP – UNIT I: any item 272 STEP UP TO LEADERSHIP – UNIT II: any item 273 STEP UP TO LEADERSHIP – UNIT III: any item
HOME ENVIRONMENT Class 471 HOME ENVIRONMENT 1 & 2: any item made 472 HOME ENVIRONMENT 3 & 4: any item made 473 HOME ENVIRONMENT 5 & 6: any item made 474 HOME ENVIRONMENT 7: any item made 475 DESIGNING A SPACE OF MY OWN: any item made
MEATS Hams will be on display in the Ag Building: check in at 4-H Building if selected at County fair. 4-H member is required to pay a $7 entry fee in the Ag Building and complete entry forms in Premium Book available at www.mostatefair.com.
HORSE Class 140 HORSELESS HORSE & HORSE KNOWLEDGE: any item made 141 HORSE RIDING: any item made HORTICULTURE Live plants or cut specimens must be displayed in a container no larger than 8” in diameter. 4-H member must have grown: Flowers and Vegetables. Class 961 FLORICULTURE LEVEL A: any item grown or made 962 FLORICULTURE LEVEL B: any item made 963 FLORICULTURE LEVEL C: any item made 964 FLORICULTURE LEVEL D: any item made GARDENING 4-H member must grow vegetables. State Fair vegetables will be in a group display. The following guidelines should be followed: 1. Vegetables must be of reasonable keeping quality. Potatoes (4) Watermelon (1) Onions-dry (4) Cantaloupe (1) Tomatoes (4) Peppers (4)
LIVESTOCK JUDGING Class 117 LIVESTOCK JUDGING: any item made
Class 115 COUNTRY CURED HAM & Bacon: any item made 116 MEAT EVALUATION PROJECT: any item made OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Class 761 HIKING-UNIT 1: any item made 762 CAMPING-UNIT 2: any item made 763 BACKPACKING EXPEDITIONS: any item made
151 POULTRY UNIT I: any item made 152 POULTRY UNIT II: any item made 153 POULTRY UNIT III: any item made
884 GEAR TEACH 21: any item made 885 FIRST ROBOTICS: any item made 886 GENERAL 4-H ROBOTICS: any item made
PUBLIC SPEAKING Class 242 PUBLIC SPEAKING: any item made243 MAKING THE POINT: any item made
SELF-DETERMINED Class 950 SELF-DETERMINED: any item made
QUILTING Class 341 QUILTING: any item made RABBITS Class 111 RABBITS UNIT I: any item made 112 RABBITS UNIT II: any item made 113 RABBITS UNIT III: any item made ROBOTICS Class 881 Junk Draw ROBOTICS: any item made 882 Virtual ROBOTICS 2: any item made 883 ROBOTICS PlatformS: any item made
SHEEP Class 161 SHEEP UNIT I: any item made SHOOTING SPORTS NO Live Ammunition Or Points on Arrows Allowed Class 740 SHOOTING SPORTS SAFETY: any item made 741 ARCHERY: any item made 742 AIR AND PELLET RIFLE: any item made 743 SMALLBORE RIFLE .22: any item made 744 AIR PISTOL: any item made 745 SHOTGUN: any item made 747 SMALLBORE PISTOL: any item made 748 MUZZLELOADING: any item made 749 HUNTING & OUTDOOR SKILLS: any item made Guidlines
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PETS Class 101 Pets UNIT I: any item made 102 Pets UNIT II: any item made 103 Pets UNIT III: any item made PHOTOGRAPHY See Item #9 for specifications regarding photography displays. Class 351 PHOTOGRAPHY - UNIT I: any item made 352 PHOTOGRAPHY - UNIT II: any item made 353 PHOTOGRAPHY - UNIT III: any item made
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VETERINARY SCIENCE Class 191 THE NORMAL ANIMAL - UNIT I: any item made 192 ANIMAL DISEASE - UNIT II: any item made 193 ANIMAL HEALTH - UNIT III: any item made
SMALL ENGINES Educational displays or working models no larger than 14” x 22”. Class 851 SMALL ENGINES - UNIT I: any item made 852 SMALL ENGINES - UNIT II: any item made 853 SMALL ENGINES - UNIT III: any item made
WELDING For State Fair – large items will not be accepted. A photograph may be used. A photograph may be used. Class 846 ARC WELDING: any item made
SPORT FISHING Class 725 SPORT FISHING Unit 1: any item made 726 SPORT FISHING Unit 2: any item made 727 SPORT FISHING Unit 3: any item made SWINE Class 181 SWINE: any item made
WILDLIFE Class 724 WILDLIFE: any item made WOODWORKING WONDERS Use plans from any source. Class 871 WOODSCIENCE UNIT I: any item made 872 WOODSCIENCE UNIT II: any item made 873 WOODSCIENCE UNIT III: any item made 874 WOODSCIENCE UNIT IV: any item made
THEATRE ARTS Class 251 THEATRE ARTS 1: any item made 252 THEATRE ARTS 2: any item made 253 THEATRE ARTS 3: any item made
The how-to on bidding at the livestock auction So, you don’t want to own the whole hog. That’s OK. You don’t have to. For those curious how the Ray County Fair’s 4-H and FFA livestock auction works, here goes: • Informational sheets are provided the night of the auction, which is 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 17. The sheet includes type of livestock (sheep, goats, hogs and cattle), weight of animals, owners’ names and 4-H and FFA affiliation. • Floor price, meaning base minimum price per pound, will be announced the night
of the auction for each type of livestock, according to Travis Gibson, the fair’s livestock chairman. Bids start at the floor price and go up. For example: a 250-pound boar has a floor price of 50 cents a pound. The winning bid is for $1.25 a pound. The bidder can choose to keep the animal and pay the full amount – $312.50 – or sell it back to the owner and only pay above the floor price, 75 cents a pounds or $187.50. All bid money goes back to FFA or 4-H exhibitors.
Gregg Steele, (right) owner of Richmond Farm and Lawn, is a big supporter of the Ray County Fair. He regularly buys livestock and hams from 4-H and FFA exhibitors, including Cody McNelly’s hog last year.
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CLOTHING AND TEXTILES Use patterns from any source. Items should reflect skills learned in a given unit. Double tag all clothing items. Class 521 Sewing Expressions 1: any item made Suggested projects to make: Year 1 Household items such as placemats, napkins, table runner, throw using a serged edge, Pillow with straight edges, simple turned blanket; Pillow case, Nine patch pillow, Chef’s apron with straight seams, Tote bag/ drawstring bag with straight seams Year 2: Simple stuffed animal with curved seams; Simple tote bag/purse with curved seams; Simple garment with shirt-type sleeve; Simple woven garment with facing, PJ bottoms, skirt or shorts with elastic waist or casing and machine hem; Simple knit garment with ribbing; Autograph elephant. 522 SEWING EXPRESSIONS LEVEL 2: any item made Suggested projects to make: Year 1: Garment or household item with 2 or more skills listed; Household item or garment made with rolled hem; Locker or sewing organizer with 2 or more skills listed; Fleece hat or simple fleece item. Year 2: Garment or household item with 2 or more of the skills listed; Garment or household textile item with zipper or button closure; Item with a binding, strips, ties or bands (ex: top, shirt, etc); Make a new garment or accessory from old denim jeans. Item made from your own fabric: Garment for someone else using 1 or more skills; Pressing Aids:
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CAKE DECORATING These are suggestions for the various levels. Cakes should not exceed 13” in height and at the base. Cake boards should not exceed 1” margin on each side of the cake pan or form. Must use Royal icing or rolled fondant or commercial product like DAPP! NO REAL CAKES OR BUTTER CREME ICING or Tube-Gel Icing WILL BE ACCEPTED! Class 361 - CAKE DECORATING UNIT I: any item made Examples: Sugar molds – 3 on a plate; Party mints – shaped in molds or rolled and cut, 10 on a plate; Drop flowers – 6 on a plate; Five different borders displayed flat; Decorated cupcakes or cookies – 3 on a plate; Cake using any of the above techniques learned. 362 CAKE DECORATING UNIT II: any item made Examples: Ten different borders displayed flat; Flat surface flowers (such as sweet pea, rosebud, half carnation, jonquil, daisy, etc), royal or butter cream icing, 6 of one kind on a
plate or 3 different flowers, 2 of each kind on a plate; Figure piping, royal, butter cream or boiled icing, 3 figures; Cornelli lace used to fill in any shape about 6” in area; Cake using any of the above techniques learned. 363 CAKE DECORATING III: any item made Examples: Flowers made on a flower nail, royal or butter cream icing, either assorted or 6 of 1 kind (such as roses, carnation, lily, mum); Pine cones formed on a tree former, royal or butter cream icing, 2 on plate; Trees formed on a tree former, royal or butter cream icing, 2 on a plate; color flow displayed flat or on a cake; Filigree work for a cake decoration, royal icing, displayed flat or on a cake; Petit fours, 4 on a plate, each decorated differently; Bouquet or corsage containing flowers made from royal icing, a minimum of 6 flowers; Panorama sugar mold decorated with royal or butter cream icing, 1 on a plate; Doll cake using a minimum of 3 tips and 3 colors; Fancy cake using minimum of 3 tips/3 colors and any technique learned; Wedding cake using minimum of 3 tiers and 5 tips.
FOODS/NUTRITION Suggestions for the following foods classes: Class 551 FOODS A: any item made (4 of the product per exhibit and include the recipe) Bar cookie, Muffin of any kind--no muffin liners, Granola, Pancakes, Drop cookies, Non-yeast dinner rolls Recipes for classes 552-554 cannot use ready to use mixes as an ingredient. 552 FOODS B: any item made (4 of the product, if not whole product and include recipe) whole grain muffins, cake from scratch, soft pretzel, biscuits, shaped cookies, quick breads, dehydrated foods
553 FOODS C: any item made (include recipe) Bread sticks or yeast rolls (any shape); Yeast breads (can be loaf, braid--not rolls) using a specialty bread such as whole wheat, rye, oat bran, etc. or a sweet bread such as tea rings. One jar--home-canned fruit or vegetables, ex: tomato product such as tomato juice, catsup, barbecue sauce, or salsa. Include index card with the recipe and instructions for cooking or using the product. Label with name of product, quality and date canned. One package---nonperishable invented snack such as a granola bar, fudge, fruit leather, popcorn snacks, trail mix, etc. The exhibit: include folder
containing a marketing plan with product name, recipe, how it will be packaged, and a package design, where it will be sold or suggested selling price. Label should include product name, date, quantity and serving size. One jar--canned pickles or a canned pickled product. Include index card with recipe and storage instructions. Label with name of product, quantity, date canned. 554 FOODS D: any item made (include recipe) Single or double crust baked fruit pie--no graham cracker crust. Not a State Fair quality item. One jar of pressure canned vegetable, meat or combination product, such as soup, stew, spaghetti sauce with meat, etc. Include index card with recipe and instruction for cooking or using the product. (Products using a fancy pack are not accepted). Label with name of product, quantity, and date canned. Nonperishable baked international food product (such as apple strudel French bread, Mexican wedding cakes, fortune cookie, etc.) With a separate page describing the food customs of a country and how the food product is used in relation to that county’s customs or a table display on a country outlining food preference, meal patterns, how nutritional needs are met, interesting customs, traditions, etc. A nonperishable baked food product for a special occasion cake, altered (such as an appetizer, holiday food, fruit cake, special occasion cake, altered recipe product, etc.) with a separate page outlining how this product is to be used at the event or a table display for a special occasion or catered meal. The display should include a notebook outlining menu, supplies to buy, preparation schedule, equipment, table layout, etc. 555 DAIRY FOODS: any item made A. Any baked item containing at least 1/2 cup cheese, non-fat dry milk or butter – identify on a 3” X 5” card how the ingredient is used or how the recipe has been modified to include the ingredient. B. Educational display – suggested topics include foods made from milk,
nutritive value of milk products, calorie comparison of regular and low-fat dairy products; key nutrients in dairy product. 557 INTERNATIONAL FOODS I: any item made 558 INTERNATIONAL FOODS II: any item made Suggestions apply to both classes 557 and 558 as suggested in project materials. A. Baked item (such as tortilla, Swedish tea ring, Swedish rye, cookies, etc. Provide recipe, information on country, what foods are served with the baked item, other information). B. Gift package – of three (3) or more food products, commercial or homemade, representative of a foreign country. Provide information on recipes, the country, the time represents, and other facts of interest about each product. Place items in a unique, attractively decorated container. C. Baked item (such as tortilla, Swedish tea ring, Swedish rye, cookies, etc. Provide recipe, information on country, what foods are served with the baked item, other information). Gift package – of three or more food products, commercial or homemade, representative of a foreign country. Provide information on recipes, the country, the time represents, and other facts of interest about each product. Place items in a unique, attractive container. 4-H Microwave Magic Project Level Guidelines and Exhibit Ideas Level A – Bag of Tricks (561) Learn how microwaves work, Learn to use microwaves safely, Learn about microwave power levels & Learn to prepare foods such as scrambled eggs, apples, popcorn treats, snacks, fudge and desserts. Exhibit Ideas: Apple crisp, Granola mix, Fudge and Popcorn treats. Level B – Microwave Magicians (562) Learn: about wattage – the amount of power in microwaves, to cook for two or more people, beginner baking tips, beginner meal-making, to prepare foods such as potatoes, vegetables, pudding, fondue, macaroni and cheese, sloppy joes, chicken nuggets, bar cookies and brownies, and upside down cake.
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Exhibit Ideas: Bar cookies and brownies OR Cakes – single layer, upside down cake, coffee cake. Level C – Amazing Rays (563) Learn how to shield, defrost and brown, Learn to store and reheat leftovers, Learn to prepare foods such as chili, pork chops, chicken, meatloaf, lasagna, candy, cake, fruit crisps, vegetables, soup and spaghetti. Exhibit Ideas: Fruit crisp, Candy – fudge, peanut brittle, toffee, Coffee cake. Level D – Presto Meals (564) Learn to: use probes and microwave thermometers, adapt recipes for the microwave, cook for large groups, comparison shopping, plan a menu,
prepare foods such as chicken, cakes, jelly and jam, pie, quiche, tarts, casseroles and meals and understand the benefits of microwave cooking. Exhibit Ideas: Fruit Chips, Pie Crust, Jam/Jelly Cake. Food Preservation: 571: must follow USDA processing guidelines Canned, dried or pickled foods, gift package of preserved foods, educational displays, etc. Accompany items with index card or label that outlines procedures and recipes used in processing and date of processing. Any sign of spoilage or alteration from standard guidelines will be the basis for disqualification. Information on standard procedures is available from the Ray
4-H DEMONSTRATIONS AND/OR ILLUSTRATED TALKS 1. Demonstrations must have earned a blue ribbon at the Ray County achievement event. 2. 4-H personnel must make nominations on the specific form provided and received in the State 4-H Office prior to July 15. The 4-H Youth Specialist or Youth Education Assistant must sign the form. 3. A member is limited to ONE DEMONSTRATION in the 4-H Division. Team demonstrations may consist of no more than three (3) members. (Complete only one form per team demonstration.) 4. Demonstrations involving firearms, live animals, open flames, and/or other unusual circumstances must receive special approval from the State 4-H Office prior to August 1 by calling Patty at 573882-1441. 5. Demonstrators must provide own ingredients, equipment and props. The State Fair will provide an electric outlet, demonstration table and easel. 6. General demonstrations should not
exceed 10 minutes in length. 4-H ELECTRIC THEATRE DEMONSTRATIONS: Eight (8) demonstrations per county. 4-H members of any age may demonstrate in the Electric Theatre. All demonstrations must use electricity. 4-H GENERAL DEMONSTRATIONS: Eight (8) demonstrations per county. Demonstrations and illustrated talks may be on any topic or project area. WORKING DEMONSTRATIONS: Four (4) demonstrations per county. Demonstrations may be on any topic or project. In a working demonstration, the 4-H member works continuously on an item, or shows a particular skill. Members do not give a formal talk while they work, but respond to questions from fair-goers. Members should bring enough material so they can work for about one-half hour. A poster giving the topic of the demonstration and the 4 H member’s name can be displayed on the demonstration table.
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SPECIALTY CONTESTS EGG CONTEST: Two demonstrations per county. 8-13 and 14 and over. Winner in the older division will represent Missouri at the national contest in Louisville; travel, overnight expenses will be covered. Specific rules: contact Jesse Lyons, email@example.com or call 573-882-0247 or Jo Manhart, MO Egg Council, 573-874-3138; firstname.lastname@example.org. For the complete rules go to http://national4hpoultryandegg. psu.edu/ PORK CONTEST: Six (6) demonstrations per county, 2 per age group---8-10, 11-13, and over 14. The Missouri Pork Producers Association sponsors contest. Members must be enrolled in Foods or Swine project. Demonstration may be on any facet of pork, including food, nutrition, productions practices or by-products. (Animals may not be used.) Demonstration topics should be challenging and exhibit contestant’s knowledge as well as presentation skills. Team demonstrations, by teams of no more than two are allowed only in the 8-10 year division. Three placings are awarded in each age category and will receive plaques.
International Topic Demonstrations: Two (2) demonstrations/county: one from age 8-13 and one from age 14 or older. Team demonstrations are allowed. Members must earn a blue ribbon at the county level on an international topic demonstration. Members can be enrolled in any 4-H project. Demonstrations can be about an item that is made in another country, used in another country, or originates from another country. Demonstrations should be 7-10 minutes in length. The best demonstrations will include a lot of information about the place where the item originates and the people who use the item. If the item made is a food item, a copy of the recipe, nutrition information and a sample of the food should be given to judges. Contest is sponsored by the MO 4-H Global Education Program. AGRI MISSOURI FOODS CONTEST: Three (3) entries per county, with 8-10, 11-13; and 14 and over. Demonstrations should be 7-10 minutes in length. No team demonstrations allowed. Members do not have to be enrolled in any specific project. The demonstration must use a food product produced by a Missouri company or producers, give
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background information on the company or producer, and provide nutrition and preparation information. The demonstration will also be judged for presentation and speaking ability. A copy of the recipe and a sample of the food should be given to judges. The Missouri 4-H Foundation and Missouri Department of Agriculture jointly sponsors the event. SOYFOODS CONTEST: (Up to six (6) entries per county with no more than two from each group: 8-10; 11-13 and 14 and over.) No team demonstrations are allowed. Demonstrators use any recipe that contains soyfoods and should be
at least 5 minutes in length, but no longer than 20 minutes. Demonstrators will be judged on the contestant’s knowledge of soyfoods (use in recipes and benefits of using soyfoods) and presentation skills. Copies of the recipe used in the demonstration and a sample of the finished product should be given to the judges. For more information, contact the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council at 1-800-MOBEAN-1 or by E-mail at email@example.com. The Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council sponsors the contest.
4-H CHICKEN B-B-Q CONTEST Monday, Aug. 12, 2013 | 9:30 a.m. to Noon | East of the 4-H Building Jesse Lyons, Chair • Contact Number: 573-882-6754 Who can enter? Any 4-H member in the state enrolled in any 4-H project, if between the ages of 14-18. 1. Pre-registration will be due through the local extension center no later than July 1, 2013. 2. Each contestant will prepare using charcoal barbeque grilling techniques, four (4) 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 pound chicken halves provided to them by the contest monitors. 3. There will be a 2 1/2 hour time limit on the preparation of the chicken.
4. Contestants may have one adult (leader or parent) as a coach supervising and assisting during set up, although cooking and product handling is restricted to the contestant. For Complete rules: check the MSF Fairbook. 5. Ribbons will be awarded. Winning contestant who is 14-18 years old as of Jan. 1 of the current year will qualify for the National 4-H Chicken Barbeque Demonstration Contest in Louisville, Ky. in November.
FFA AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS PROJECT REGULATIONS LOCATION: Ray County Fairground | FFA/4-H Building DATE: Friday, July 12, 2013 | TIME: 10 a.m.
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1. Articles may be entered from 10 to 11 a.m. on Friday, July 12. 2. Articles released Thursday AFTERNOON, July 18, at 3 p.m. 3. Smaller items will be on exhibit in the Eagleton Civic Center. 4. Articles exhibited must have been constructed by FFA member either as a part of their agricultural mechanics instruction in vocational agriculture, or as a part of their supervised work experience program. 5. Entries will be judged on the basis of workmanship, finish, design, strength, usefulness and suitability. 6. Can only show an item once at the County Fair, doesn’t have to be constructed during the year it is exhibited.
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7. All articles must be clean and in presentable condition even though they may have been used. 8. Each chapter is limited to a total of eight entries of the same kind of project. For example: eight loading chutes or eight pairs of horses. The entries may be individually owned or chapter-owned. 9. The points assigned to projects are based upon the amount and difficulty of the work involved, difficulty and cost of moving, averages products of the kind listed. The superintendent may adjust the point up or down within a range of 50 percent when a project is unusual in size or difficulty and it appears necessary in order to keep the points in balance.
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Tuesday, July 16, 2013 • 6:30 A.M. The top country hams judged during the fair will be auctioned to the highest bidder. Rick Wrisinger & Heather Wrisinger-Pugh, Auctioneers
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Eat a country cured ham breakfast and take one home with you Thomas McCorkendale (left) shows off his ham to be sold with the help of auctioneer Rick Wrisinger last year.
It’s about as “old school” as you can get. Country cured ham with all breakfast side dishes – homemade biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs and beverage. The price is old school, too. It’s only 5 bucks. Fair organizers don’t remember when the ham breakfast started, but say it’s been a part of Ray County Fair since its early days. The meal is an alluring way to get folks to the Eagleton Center bright and early Tuesday (6:30 a.m.), July 16, to bid on country cured hams produced by county 4-H and FFA members. FFA and 4-H students start the curing process in January, many utilizing the vocationagriculture room and guidance at Richmond High School, according to Nancy Coleman, Ray County 4-H coordinator. Salt, sugar and saltpeter are applied to a fresh ham, then wrapped in paper and fitted into a stockinette. Hams are typically cured for three to six months to acquire the characteristic
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6:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 16 Eagleton Center $5 cost for ham, biscuits and gravy and egg breakfast. The Top 25 placed blue ribbon hams will be sold at auction following the Ham Breakfast on July 16. Seller will be admitted to breakfast at no charge. All other family members must purchase a ticket.
flavor. Hams are cleaned prior to judging and reviewed on eye appeal, color, smoothness of skin, fitting, firmness, meatiness and aroma. Col. Rick Wrisinger and daughter Heather Wrisinger-Pugh will auction hams, starting with the grand champion and reserve grand champion. Coleman said those hams could go on to the state fair, but most elect to sell their hams for the proceeds.
Ray County Only – Must have registered by June 14 LOCATION: South Pole Barn on Fairgrounds | DATE: Monday, July 15, 2013 | TIME: 6 p.m. Special rules: Please refer to Ray County 4-H Dog Show Guidelines for complete rules. 1. Must be enrolled in the 4-H Dog Project and have recommended proper fitting equipment. 2. Dress: Obedience & Showmanship – slacks and short sleeve shirt with collar or Ray County Fair t-shirt. 3. If you have shown in the Ray County Dog Show previously, you must move up to the class as indicated below. First year at the show you may show as a novice junior handler and in 1-year pre-novice obedience, unless your dog is titled dogs with title must be shown in the level about their degree. A member may show in pre-novice (beginner) - 1 year; Novice class, 2 year; graduate novice, 3 year, and open or utility, not limit on years. 4. Be considerate of others: do not bother other dogs while they are in the ring. Do not scream, make gestures, or talk to other dogs in the ring. This will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave the ring and forfeit points for that exercise. 5. Sportsmanship MUST be used at all times. 6. NO double commands; if command is repeated points will be deducted. 7. If dog stops to scratch or sniff something in the ring, points will be deducted. 8. If dog defecates in the ring, points will be deducted and you will be asked to clean it up. 9. NO aggressive behavior will be tolerated. If your dog bites another dog or person they will be disqualified. 10. Dogs in season must be kept in cages and will be shown in a separate area. CLASS POINT VALUE C570 Pre-novice, First year dog, 8-12 …………..…………………………….......... 9 6 3 C571 Pre-novice, First year dog, 13 and over………………………….……… .......... 9 6 3 C572 Pre-novice, graduate beginner or second year dog, 8-12 year olds….................................................... 9 6 3 C573 Pre-novice, graduate beginner or second year dog, 13 and over…….…. .......................................... 9 6 3 C574 Novice-member 13 years and younger-dogs in novice in 2012…….….. .......................................... 9 6 3 C575 Novice-members 14 and over-dogs trained in novice in 2012……….… ................................................ 9 6 3 C576 Graduate novice-dogs who have trained in graduate novice in 2012….................................................. 9 6 3 C577 Open-dogs who have trained in open during 2012………….…………................................... 9 6 3
C578 Utility-dogs who have trained in utility…………………………….....… ................ 9 6 3 C579 Agility – Pre Novice Standard and Jumpers with Weaves………………........................................ 9 6 3 C580 Agility – Novice/Open/Excellent Standard & Jumpers with Weaves........................................................... 9 6 3 C581 Showmanship................................................ 9 6 3 Obedience Classes – Obedience classes will be judged according to AKC rules and score cards as follows: Pre-Novice – (beginners or first year dogs) Heel on leash and figure “8” – 40 points. Stand for examination on leash, 30 points; Recalls on leash, 30 points; Long sit on leash (1 minute) – 30 points; Long Down on leash (3 minutes) – 30 points = 160 points. Pre-Novice – (graduate beginner or second year dog) Heeling with figure “8” on leash – 40 points; Standing for examination off leash – 30 points; Recalls off leash – 30 points; Long sit (1 minute) off leash – 30 points; Long down (3 minutes) – 30 points = 160 points. Novice – Heel on leash and Figure “8” – 40 points; Stand for examination off leash – 30 points; Heel off leash – 40 points; Recall off leash – 30 points; Long sit (1 minute) off leash – 30 points; Long down (3 minute) off leash – 30 points = 200 points. Open Graduate Novice – Ray County Class Only Heel on leash – 30 points; Stand for Examination off leash – 30 points; Heel free and figure “8” off leash – 40 points; Drop on recall, off leash – 40 points; Long sit (3 minutes and handler out of sight), off leash – 30 points; Long down (5 minutes and handler out of sight), off leash – 30 points = 200 points Graduate Novice – Heel off leash – 40 points; Stand for examination off leash – 30 points; Drop on recall off leash – 30 points; Dumbbell recall – 40 points; Recall over broad jump (2 times height of jump) Long sit (3 minutes) off lead – 30 points; Open Long down (5 minutes) – 30 points = 200 points. Open (off leash) – Heel free and figure “8” – 40 points, Drop on recall – 30 points; Retrieve on flat – 20 points; Retrieve over high jump – 30 points; Broad jump (2 times height of jump) – 20 points; Long sit (3 minutes and handler out of sight, off lead – 30 points; Long down (5 minutes and handler out of sight) – 30 points = 200 points. Utility (off leash) – Signal exercise – 40 points; Scent discrimination, leather – 30 points; metal – 30 points; Directed retrieve – 30 points; Directed jumping – 40 points; group examination – 30 points.
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JUNIOR HAM SHOW LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center | DATE: Saturday, July 13, 2013 ALL HAMS ENTERED by 1 p.m. | JUDGED AT: 2:30 p.m. Exhibitor must be a Ray County 4-H or FFA member. Exhibitor may enter 1 ham, which they have cured and owned. All hams eligible (top 25 blue ribbon hams) will sell July 16, 2013.
All exhibitors selling a ham are requested to be at the Ham Breakfast Auction. All hams must be pre-registered by July 10, 2013 at the Ray County Extension Office.
RAY COUNTY ONLY | LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center DATE: Thursday, July 18, 2013 | TIME: 12:30 p.m. | Must Pre-register by June 14 as early in the year as possible. A practical date for this would be no later than May 1. 4. If less than 3 per class classes may be combined. CLASS POINT VALUE C590 Kitten (4-8 months).............................................. 6 4 2 C591 Altered male, neutered (over 8 months)...... 6 4 2 C592 Altered female, spayed (over 8 months)...... 6 4 2 C593 Unaltered male (over 8 months)..................... 6 4 2 C594 Unaltered female (over 8 months)................. 6 4 2
LOCATION: RAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS | DATE: Thursday, July 18, 2013 | TIME: 9 a.m. Pre-register by June 14 and Entry fee is $1 per bird. After deadline fee is $2 per bird. 1. All poultry must be free of infections and/or contagious tion classes. disease and will be subject to inspection while on exhi- 6. Cockerels and pullets are birds less than one year, cocks bition. Please check health regulations. and hens are birds over one year. 2. Wings of poultry should not be clipped. 7. Limit of TEN (10) BIRDS per exhibitor. 3. Birds must be owned by member on or before June 1, of 8. Exhibitor can only show two (2) entries per class. the current year except broiler and fryer. 9. Present your MOSMQA card at registration on the day 4. Diseased birds will be promptly removed. of the show. 5. All poultry must be purebred except meat and producCLASS POINT VALUE STANDARD BREEDS C530 Trio........................................................... 6 4 2 C531 Cockerel.................................................. 6 4 2 C532 Pullet........................................................ 6 4 2 C533 Cock......................................................... 6 4 2 C534 Hen........................................................... 6 4 2 BANTAMS C535 Trio.......................................................... 6 4 2 C536 Cockerel................................................ 6 4 2 C537 Pullet...................................................... 6 4 2 C538 Cock........................................................ 6 4 2 C539 Hen......................................................... 6 4 2
CLOVER KID PET SHOW
Open to Ray County Only | LOCATION: Eagleton Civic Center DATE: Thursday, July 18, 2013 | TIME: 12:45 p.m. | Must have pre-registered by June 14 SPECIAL RULES: 1. Each 4-H Clover Kid may exhibit one (1) approved small animal. Approved are: amphibians (frogs or toads), birds, cavies (guinea pigs, gerbils, hamsters), cats, chinchillas, dogs, fish, hedgehogs, lizards mice, rabbits, rats or snakes.
2. Follow animal health regulations. CLASS Point Value C600 Clover Kids Pets......... 6 4 2
SMALL ANIMAL EXHIBITS
SPECIAL RULES: 1. Exhibitors are responsible for keeping their cat pens clean and also cleaning up after the judging. 2. Cats must have immunizations up to date: feline pneumonitis, rabies, rhinetractus, calice and distemper. Proof of vaccinations and exhibits cat project record must be attached to show cage. 3. One of the objectives in owning a cat is to learn new skills in breeding, feeding, management and health. To accomplish this, the 4-H member should secure the cat
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LIVE MARKET POULTRY C541 Broiler (2 birds) 2-3 lbs..................... 6 4 2 C542 Fryers (2 birds) 3-4 lbs...................... 6 4 2 C543 Roasters (2 birds) over 4 lbs........... 6 4 2 C544 Capons (2 birds)................................. 6 4 2 DUCKS/GEESE C550 Pair............................................................ 6 4 2 C551 Drake....................................................... 6 4 2 C552 Hen........................................................... 6 4 2 Turkey C553 Pair............................................................ 6 4 2 C554 Tom.......................................................... 6 4 2 C555 Hen........................................................... 6 4 2
LOCATION: RAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS | DATE: Friday, July 19, 2013 TIME: Following Rabbit Show | Must have pre-registered by June 10 CLASSES POINT VALUE GUINEA PIGS C6000 Boar................................ 3 2 1 C6001 Sow................................. 3 2 1 HAMSTERS C6002 Female........................... 3 2 1 C6003 Male................................ 3 2 1
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RABBIT SHOW LOCATION: RAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS DATE: Friday, July 19, 2013 | TIME: 9 a.m.
Pre-register by June 14 at the Ray County Extension Center. Entry Fee: $1 per rabbit; after deadline $2/head. An individual may only show 2/class. Members must furnish pens for rabbits. Colored or White Fur class – only 1 entry per person. Must present your MOSMQA card at registration on the day of the show. CLASS POINT VALUE C5001 Senior Buck - 6 month and over...... 6 4 2 C5003 Senior Doe - 6 month and over....... 6 4 2 C5505 Junior Buck - 2 - 6 months................. 6 4 2 C5507 Junior Doe - 2 - 6 months................... 6 4 2 C5009 Colored Fur.............................................. 6 4 2 C5010 White Fur.................................................. 6 4 2 C5011 Showmanship......................................... 8 6 4
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NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS • RULES AND REGULATIONS • PRIZE MONEY TO BE DETERMINED Entries for animals must be made by: JUNE 10 or pay double late fee Section 1. The Board of Directors may expel any member from the association for rude, disorderly behavior at any of the fairs or meetings. Section 2. Liquor shall not be sold or drank on the grounds. Section 3. There shall be appointed by the board of directors, a Marshall whose duty it shall be to superintend the exhibition and put in the places designated for them. Section 4. No animal or article shall compete for a premium unless the fact be known to the recording secretary before the time of exhibition. Section 5. Pedigrees with names and ages of animals exhibited shall be accessible to the awarding committees before the exhibition. Section 6. The board shall appoint superintendents of gates, booths, and stalls, who shall have sole charge of their departments; collect the money there and pay it over to the treasurer, taking duplicate receipts for the same, and of which shall be filed with the secretary. Section 7. No person other than the Marshall, secretary, awarding committee and grooms in charge of stock shall be allowed to go into the ring when stock and other articles are being exhibited without a special order of the direction. Section 8. 4-H and FFA will compete together. Section 9. Open to 4-H and FFA members enrolled in any 4-H Club or FFA Chapter in Missouri.
Section 10. SHOWING: exhibitors must show their own animals. The show superintendents may permit other 4-H or FFA members to show an animal in case of illness or physical handicap or 4-H/FFA approved activity. If an exhibitor has more than one animal in a class, another exhibitor must show the second animal. NO ADULTS may show animals for exhibitors. Uncontrollable animals that exhibitor cannot handle alone may be disqualified by the superintendent and required to leave the ring. Section 11. $2 per head for hogs and sheep by pre-entry deadline or $4/head thereafter. Section 12. $5 per head for cattle, this includes tack by pre-entry deadline or $10/head thereafter. Section 13. Must furnish own bedding. Section 14. Health certificate to accompany animal, if needed. Section 15. Forward to Ray County Extension Center, 1015 W. Royle St. P.O. Box204, Richmond, MO 64085, by JUne 10, the pre-registration as requested for all livestock. Section 16. All steers will be shown by weight classes. Section 17. Showmanship winners will be determined by a qualified judge during the livestock shows. Section 18. All beef animals will be subject to mouthing: the Livestock Committee reserves right to disqualify any questionable livestock.
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1. 4-H or FFA member must be a Ray County resident and a member of a Ray County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter, or be a student in a Ray County School District and a member in Ray County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter. 2. Can only sell in one county in the state of Missouri in a given 4-H year or school year. 3. Exhibitors must show and sell their own animals. The show superintendents may permit another 4-H/FFA
member to show an animal in case of illness, physical handicap or 4-H/FFA approved activity. 4. Must be enrolled in the project of the species you sell by Jan. 1 of current year. 5. Must attend at least half of the community club and project meetings held up to fair time. A signature form REQUIREMENTS
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will be required to verify this. 6. Steers must weigh in at the spring steer weigh-in to sell. 7. Market hogs, Market Lambs and Market Goats must be tagged by the livestock committee at a specified date. 8. Must show own animal at the Ray County Fair and receive a blue ribbon to sell. 9. Can sell only one species. 10. Steers must weigh at least 1,100 pounds and have ownership by March 1 to sell. 11. To SELL – All steers with a broken mouth will be disqualified, meaning that a full set of baby teeth is required. Steers also checked for ringworm or warts and they must be clear of ringworm and warts. 12. If a steer is mouthed and disqualified – animal will not be eligible to show or sell. 13. Solicitation for “Team Bidding” is prohibited. 14. If individual chooses to sell an animal – it cannot be shown anywhere after the auction. 15. Market hogs can be barrows or gilts. 16. Market hogs can ONLY be shown in one class. Ex: a gilt CANNOT – also show in a gilt class. 17. Market hogs must weigh between 230-300 lbs. to
sell. 18. Sheep must weigh 90 pounds to show (100 pounds to sell) and have ownership by May 1. 19. Ear tags: Steers will be tagged at steer weigh-in in March; market swine and lambs will be tagged by June 1 by livestock committee members with photo. You may nominate 5 animals for sale. 20. Animals will be inspected by veterinarian before you can show. 21. Once animal is sold, it cannot show at any other fairs. 22. There will be no designated slaughter point. 23. Need to check with your buyer in regards to sale arrangements. 24. One time weigh-in is all that is allowed on show day. NO allowance on weight for sale class. 25. Animals (sheep and swine) weighing light weight or over will be placed in a designated class BUT not eligible for champion or sale. 26. Livestock Committee reserves the right to limit the number of animals that qualify to sell. 27. Sale Order will follow the placing that has been designated by the judge. 28. Exhibitor must be present in the line of sale order OR will not be able to sell.
RAY COUNTY FAIR, INC. SHEEP SHOW SHEEP MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED BY: JUNE 14 LOCATION: Ray County Fairgrounds in Richmond | Pole Barn DATE: Monday, July 15, 2013 | TIME: Breeding Sheep on grounds by 7 a.m. BREEDING SHOW: 8 a.m. | SHOWMANSHIP: Following Breeding Sheep Market Lambs on grounds and weighed by 8 a.m. Market Show: Following showmanship RELEASE: Sheep after Market Show 1. Any animal that is shown for exhibition must have a scrapie tag. Call 573-636-3116 if you need tags. 2. Market Class: Exhibit is limited to a total of 2 market lambs for paid premium. Must weigh 90 lbs. to show for champion, 100 lbs. to sell. 3. Ray County youth ONLY. May nominate up to 5 lambs by June 1 of current year to sell. At fair weigh-in (July 15) you may designate 1 lamb for the sale. 4. Each exhibitor is limited to two entries in a single class and only one entry in the pair classes.
5. All lamb classes must have lamb teeth. Base date: Sept. 1 for computing the age of sheep. 6. Breeding stock must be registered in 4-H or FFA member’s name. Each lamb must carry label of Breed Association in ear at time of showing, which applicable. 7. Note health requirements at beginning of livestock section for sheep. 8. Entry fee - $2/head by pre-entry deadline or $4 thereafter. 9. Showmanship class will be between the breeding show and the market class. 10. LAMBS ARE NOT TO BE LEFT UNATTENDED ON WASH RACKS/ LEFT IN STANDS LONGER THAN ONE HOUR.
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GOATS MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED BY: JUNE 14 or pay double late fees. LOCATION: Ray County Fairgrounds in Richmond Pole Barn DATE: Monday, July 15, 2013 SHOWTIME: 10:00 a.m. 1. Each Exhibitor will be limited to two (2) entries per class. 2. All animals must have an official USDA Scrapie ID ear tag. 3. Entry fee is $2/head or $4/head after deadline. 4. See animal health regulations for requirements. 5. Meat Goats must weigh between 90-110 pounds to show or sell.
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BEEF SHOW NO BULL CLASSES • REQUEST THAT CATTLE BE PRE-REGISTERED BY JUNE 14 OR Pay Late Fees DATE: Wednesday, July 17, 2013 | TIME: Entered and stalled by 8 a.m. SHOW TIME: 9 a.m. | RELEASED: AT DISCRETION OF LIVESTOCK COMMITTEE 1. Each exhibitor will be limited to two (2) entries per breeding class. 2. All steers will be shown by weight. Steers will be weighed to determine classes. 3. Entries in the beef steer classes must have been born after Jan. 1, 2012. 4. Steers will be mouthed. No steers with a broken mouth may be shown: meaning a full set of baby teeth is required, unless a veterinarian overrules. If a steer is mouthed and disqualified the steer will not be eligible to show OR sell. 5. Can only show a total of 2 steers, not per weight break. 6. PARTNERSHIP – 4-H members who own breeding live-
stock in partnership may have them registered jointly, and each member may show the same number of head as if the animals were individually owned. Partnership is defined as joint owner-identify which animal is to be shown by each exhibitor. 7. Stall fee is $5 per animal by pre-entry deadline or $10 thereafter. 8. Showmanship awards will be given. 9. Each exhibitor can only show an animal once during the show, except for the derby and championship classes. 10. Uncontrollable animals will be disqualified and asked to leave the ring.
ANIMAL OWNERSHIP One objective of an animal project is to learn skills in animal feeding, management, health and breeding. To accomplish this, the 4-H members should secure and/or be responsible for the animal as early in the year as
possible. Livestock shows and exhibitions set up minimum dates for length of ownership necessary for exhibiting. Ray County has patterned their ownership dates after the following shows.
Animals Ray County Beef Steers March 1 1 Steer Nose prints N/A Heifers/Bulls April 1 SHEEP Market May 1 Lamb Nose prints N/A Ewes/Rams May 1
Animals Ray County SWINE Market May 1 Boars May 1 Gilts May 1 HORSES May 1 DOGS April 1 CATS May 1 Cavy/Gerbil/Hamster May 1 Poultry May 1 Rabbits May 1
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SWINE SHOW MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED BY: JUNE 14 or pay a double late fee LOCATION: Ray County Fairgrounds | Pole Barn DATE: Tuesday, July 16, 2013 | TIME: Must be on grounds and entered by 8:30 a.m. SHOW TIME: 9 a.m. | RELEASED FOLLOWING CLOSE OF SWINE SHOW 1. Note health regulation in fairbook. 2. Each exhibitor will be limited to two entries in each boar, gilt and market class. 3. ALL EXHIBITORS must show their PQA certification card at check-in. 4. All 4-H animals must be registered in the 4-H member’s name or jointly.
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A 4-H or FFA member must be a Ray County resident and a member of a Ray County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter; then you may enter only one of the following project animals: Market lamb: Must weigh 90-100# Class 1098 Top 7 Market hog: Must weigh 230-300# Class 1150A Top 18
Market Steer: Must weigh 1100# Class 3026 Top 12 Market Meat Goat: Must weigh 90-110# Class 2018 Top 5 Steers must weigh a minimum of 1,100 pounds to sell. All species will go to slaughter after the Ray County Fair. NO OPTIONS.
RAY COUNTY ONLY | LOCATION: Across from the Museum DATE: Thursday, July 18, 2013 | TIME: 5:30 p.m. The Rocket Shoot-Off is open to 4-H rocketry members only. Must pre-register by June 14. At least five must pre-enter or the event will be cancelled. Each member must: 1. Have their own rocket and follow safety regulations. 2. Prepare for launch by yourself. 3. Bring own packing, engines, starter and tape.
4. Allowed three tries, then disqualified. 5. Altitude Class: engine must be an Estee A3-4T engine or an engine that has a total impulse of .56 lb/sec. Classes: 813A……….Parachute Duration 813B……….Spot Landing 813C………Altitude Bring Your Lawn Chair to enjoy the Show!
SHOOTING SPORTS CONTEST LOCATION: Fairgrounds DATE: Saturday, July 13, 2013 | TIME: 8 a.m. | Pre-register by June 14
1. Must be in good standing and enrolled in the discipline of the 4-H shooting sports project. 2. Contestants will be judged on knowledge and accuracy. 3. At least 5 members must pre-register for the contest to
be offered. 4. The committee requests that mechanical releases not be used unless more than five use them.
ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RAY COUNTY FAIR, INC. The Rules listed below are for Missouri exhibitors; if you need out of state information contact the fair secretary. INTERPRETATIONS, AMENDMENTS AND VIOLATIONS 1. The Ray County Fair, Inc. and Missouri State Fair management reserves the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations, settle and determine all matters, questions and differences in regard thereto, otherwise arising out of, connected with or incident to the fair. 2. The management reserves the right to amend or add to these rules, with previous notice, as it, in its judgment, may deem advisable. 3. Any person who violates any of the foregoing or special rules will forfeit all privileges and premiums. ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR EXHIBITION (The following is a SUMMARY, and not a reprint of 2CSR 30-2.040 Animal Health Requirements for Exhibition regulations. Contact the Missouri State Veterinarian’s Office at 573-7514359 for clarification on the following.) CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION/General Requirements. A. All animals must have a certificate of veterinary inspection unless specifically exempted. The certificate of veterinary inspection must show required tests, vaccinations, etc., and individual identification and description of animals. Certificate of veterinary inspection are valid for thirty (30) days. Some species require an entry permit; please check under the specific requirements by species for details. B. Animals with ringworm lesions or easily visible warts will not exhibit and will have to be removed from community holding areas and stalls since these are contagious conditions. C. Sales scheduled in association with exhibitions must employ a veterinarian to examine animals and process certificate of veterinary inspection for change of ownership. The following requirements are for animals EXHIBITED in Missouri. Animals sold in addition to being exhibited must meet the entry requirements of Missouri or any other state of destination. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR CATTLE IN MISSOURI: A. INTRASTATE – cattle in MISSOURI moving for MISSOURI exhibition only. 1. No certificate of veterinary inspection is required. 2. Brucellosis - no test or vaccination is required. 3. Tuberculosis - no test is required. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR SWINE IN MISSOURI: A. Intrastate - (swine in MISSOURI moving for exhibition only in MISSOURI) 1. No certificate of veterinary inspection is required. 2. BRUCELLOSIS: No test is required. 3. PSEUDORABIES: No test is required. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR SHEEP A. Intrastate (sheep in MISSOURI moving for exhibition only). 1. Sheep must be free of clinical signs of an infectious or contagious disease. 2. All Sheep, including wethers must be accompanied by a Certificate of Vet Inspection or a paper copy of an electronic Certificate of Vet Inspection showing official ID, eartag, electronic implant or registration tattoo) as defined in Part 79 of the Code of Federal Regulations. If electronic implants are used for ID, owner/manager must provide electronic implant reader. 3. No test required. B. Interstate (sheep from another state entering MISSOURI for exhibition only) 1. Sheep must be free of clinical signs of an infectious or contagious disease.
2. All sheep including wethers must be accompanied by a Certificate of Vet Inspection or a paper copy of an electronic Certificate of Vet Inspection showing official id (eartag, electronic implant or registration tattoo) as defined in Part 79 of the Code of Federal Regulations. If electronic implants are used for id, owner/manager must provide electronic implant reader. 3. No test required. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR GOATS A. Intrastate (goats in Missouri moving for exhibition only) 1. Goats must be free of clinical signs of an infectious or contagious disease. 2) ALL Goats – All goats, including wethers, must be accompanied by an electronic Certificate of Vet Inspection showing official id (eartag, electronic implant or registration tattoo) as defined in Part 79 of the Code of Federal Regulations. If electronic implants are used for id, owner/manager must provide electronic implant reader. 3. No test required. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR EQUINE A. Intrastate (equine in Missouri moving for exhibition only. 1. Equine that are to be exhibited must be free of clinical signs of an infectious or contagious disease. Any equidae showing signs of infectious or contagious diseases at an exhibition, may be excused by the official inspecting vet. When an official inspecting vet is present; all equidae will be subject to daily inspection. 2. A certificate of Vet Inspection is not required. 3. All equidae (except nursing foals accompanied by their dams) must be accompanied by a current VS Form 10-11 or any officially recognized state EIA test chart showing graphic description of all markings needed for ID, or microchip, or legible tattoo, or unique registered brand. A certified photo copy or certified facsimile of the VS Form 10-11 or any officially recognized state EIA test chart may be accepted for the purpose of exhibition. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS OF POULTRY/WATERFOWL A. Intrastate – poultry/waterfowl in MISSOURI moving for exhibition only. 1. All Poultry and Waterfowl to be exhibited must be free of clinical signs of contagious or infectious disease. 2. No Certificate of Vet inspection is required. 3. Pullorum-Typhoid test. All Poultry (except waterfowl) exhibited shall be tested negative for Pullorum-Typhoid within ninety (90) days to exhibition, or originate from a flock approved by the National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) or an equivalent program which has been tested within the past 12 months with no change of ownership. This information shall be documented on a VS Form 9-2 (see 2CSR 30-8.020) or similar certificate, which shall accompany the poultry to the exhibition and shall be made available on request. EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS FOR RATITE IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI A. Intrastate (ratites in MISSOURI moving for exhibition only). 1. All ratites to be exhibited must be free of clinical signs of any infectious or contagious disease. 2. No Certificate of Vet Inspection is required. 3. Ratities must be officially identified by leg band, wingband or microchip. 4. No test is required. EXHIBITION FOR DOGS and CATS A. Intrastate – dogs and cats in MISSOURI moving for exhibition only. 1. A Certificate of Vet Inspection is not required. 2. Dogs and cats four (4) months of age or older must be vaccinated for rabies by one of the methods and within the time period published in the current “Compendium of Animal Rabies Vaccines” by the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians, INC.
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6th Annual Ray County Fair
Super Teen ConTeST
Saturday, July 13, 2013 • 7 p.m.
Ray County Fairgrounds • Richmond (Prizes will be awarded) The team contest Must consists of 4 (2 boys and 2 girls). Team members will preform individual tasks as well as team events. These may consist of, but are not limited to: bale toss for height/ distance, cow milking contest, egg gathering contest and an obstacle course. Rules: 1. Must be 14-19 years of age. 2.The team contest must consists of 2 boys and 2 girls. 3. All contestants must have a signed Waiver of Liability from parent or legal guardian. 4. Not respoNsible for aNy iNjuries or accideNts 5. Judges and Officials decisions are final. No protest will be allowed. 6. Ties: The points will be added and split between the teams that are tied. In case of a tie for “Super Teen,” the team with the most event wins will be named: “ray county super teen 2012” 7. Point Tabulation: Each event will award points as follows: 1st = 15 pts, 2nd = 12 pts, 3rd = 10 pts, 4th = 7 pts, 5th = 6 pts, 6th = 5 pts, 7th = 4 pts, 8th = 3 pts, 9th = 2 pts, 10th = 1 pts $10 per team if pre-entered by July 6th OR $15 a team if you enter day of contest. If you have any questions, contact: Nancy Coleman: 816-776-6961 or Tracie Twyman: 816-853-4266 SpOnSORed by the Ray COunty FaiR, inC.
Super teen Contest entry Form team name ___________________________________________ Contact name/phone number___________________________ names of team members: teenS: 2 boys & 2 girls 1. _________________________ 2. _________________________ 3. _________________________ 4. _________________________ Signature of parent/Guardian, if under age__________________________ $10 per team if pre-entered by July 6th or $15 per team if entering day of contest. Make checks payable to: Ray County Fair, Inc. Mail entries to: Tracie Twyman • 35565 W. 108th Street • Orrick, MO 64077
Entries must be postmarked by July 6, 2013 for this event
We wish to thank the following businesses and individuals for the donations that help make our County Fair so successful: McDonald’s Ray County Commissioners Garry Bush, Sheriff Dale Vandiver Richmond News Richmond Farm & Lawn, Inc. Macey Excavating, LLC Sonic Veterinarians: Ray Co. Animal Hospital Renfro Veterinary Services Town & Country Animal Clinic The State Bank Auctioneers: Steve Ritter Rick Wrisinger Heather Wrisinger-Pugh Westbrook & Co., P.C.
The Ray County Fair, Inc.
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Special Souvenir Edition | Richmond News
Welcome to the Ray County Fair! “We look forward to seeing you during the Fair for our Fair Day Specials!” Bob MacDonald & Larry Bowman Locally Owned & Operated Since 1979
We invite you to stop in and see the difference that “hometown pride” makes! We understand you take shopping for your family seriously. From the freshest produce to the highest quality meats, right down to insuring that we carry the brands that your family prefers, you can count on Apple Market. And because we know how tight your schedule can be, we have made sure that shopping at Apple Market is always convenient. We pride ourselves in offering the type of service you could never find at any super-sized grocery chain. our services include: • Professional Meat Cutters cut fresh meat daily • Carryouts on duty to serve you • Convenient parking • Stamps and Money Orders • We fill orders and deliver to our customers who can’t come to us
• Apple Market donates 1% of receipts to local churches • Our donuts are fried fresh daily • Bakery and Deli for your catering needs; birthday cakes, weddings, and cakes for any occasion • In-house liquor shop
SELECTION. QUALITY. SERVICE. CONVENIENCE.
708 Wollard Blvd. • richmond, mo • 816-776-2100