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A MORE INTIMATE LOOK AT . . .

The Dozers STEVE CABOT - Steve is a founding member of Phil Dirt & The Dozers. A captivating performer, Steve has a wonderful stage presence and a beautiful singing voice. He also has that uncanny ability to emulate the vocal styles of some of the most beloved musical artists, such as Roy Orbison, Mike Love of the Beach Boys, Frankie Vali . . . and yes, even Elvis! Musically versatile, Steve also plays guitar, percussion, keyboards, sax and drums. MARK FRYE - Mark joined the Dozers in 1983. Extremely talented and musically multidimensional, Mark has the most formal music education among those in the group. Not just the Dozers' primary keyboardist, he also plays saxophone, flute and bass guitar . . . and makes a fine contribution with his strong vocals. Mark also has experience in many other facets of the music business including arranging, engineering, production, and composing. In fact, his work composing music soundtracks for TV documentaries has earned him two well-deserved Emmy awards. His solo CD entitled Jack Hanna's World is available worldwide on VIRGIN Records. TONY ALFANO - Tony joined the Dozer organization in 1993 as a veteran singer/guitar player for many great bands . . . including that of the U. S. Army Band. And, to put it mildly, he has been a whirlwind of enthusiasm ever since he arrived. An avid Beach Boys fan as well as a true lover of Oldies and Classic Rock, Tony has had the wonderful opportunity to perform on stage with such groups as The Beach Boys, Jan & Dean, The Temptations, JJ Jackson, plus many others. A born and raised New York native, Tony brings heart-felt emotion and superb presentation to each and every song he performs. He has reawakened the pure and heartfelt love for that special music that first inspired the Dozers to become full-time musicians! CRAIG GOODWIN – Joining the Dozers in early 2001, Craig had been a good friend of the band for many years prior. In fact, Craig’s instrumental CD entitled Finger Tones was produced by Mark Frye in 1997 and recorded in the Dozer’s own Phil Harmonix Studio. Craig has been a professional musician for more than 30 years and has performed with such well-known acts as McGuffey Lane and the Byrd’s own Roger McGuinn. Craig’s range is quite extensive for not only is he the Dozer’s bass player . . . he also lends his accomplished skills on guitar, piano and vocals too. And his enthusiasm for “the Oldies” is quite obvious when he brings to life such artists as Buddy Holly, John Fogerty, Ricky Nelson and The Beatles. HADDEN SAYERS – Hadden joined the The Dozers in the spring of 2006. Born in Nacogdoches, Texas and raised in Sugar Land, Texas, Hadden began playing the guitar as a teenager and was immersed in live music while earning a journalism degree at Texas A&M University. After all-night jam sessions and performances with blues and Texas music legends Gatemouth Brown, Joe Ely, Omar and the Howlers, Eric Johnson and other musicians of different genres, Hadden moved to Austin, Texas where he began his “blues internship” with legendary bluesman BB King and his rhythm section “Silent Partners.” Shortly thereafter he joined bluesman Lucky Peterson’s touring band and spent time learning the finer points of keeping a juke joint band on the road. Hadden began writing and working on his first album in late 1993, at which time the Hadden Sayers Band was born. After releasing five CDs and touring the United States, Canada, Spain, France, Denmark, Holland, and Russia, Hadden moved to Columbus, Ohio in 2005 with his wife, a genetic researcher and university professor. TONY MCCLUNG – Tony grew up in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains near Flatwoods, West Virginia listening to the country and bluegrass music his family dearly loved. From an early age, Tony would sneak out and listen to his favorite band The Beach Boys as well as other rock and roll bands his parents despised. Early on in life, he knew he wanted to be a musician and learned to love all kinds of music. Tony honed his drumming skills early on with many different local and regional bands playing rock, jazz, R&B, Afro-Cuban, Brazilian, and country. Since 1994, he has gained fame as the drummer for Ohio's acclaimed Hoodoo Soul Band. He is an in-demand studio musician and has played on many national TV & radio commercials including McDonalds, Wendys, Goodyear, Cooper Tires, Tide, Febreeze, and many others. Tony joined Phil Dirt & The Dozers in February 2007 soon after the untimely death of legendary Dozer drummer Rick Frye. As a friend and fan of Rick’s, Tony says he feels “honored to be sitting in the same drum chair of such a talented and great friend.” and finally . . . PHIL DIRT - In 1981 on a cold, lonely night, in a dark and smoke-filled barroom . . . Phil Dirt was born. Those lucky enough to be present probably had no idea that this single event would have such a wonderful long-term impact on so many people. Who would have guessed that in just a few short years Phil Dirt & The Dozers would have traveled the continent performing to thousands of screaming fans . . . have several albums to their credit . . . appear on local and national television including their own TV show . . . and be the focus of hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles! Yes, Phil Dirt is a figment of our imagination who exists only in our hearts. He has become an essential part of Americana . . . a nostalgic link to our past who continues to remind us of those great times we once shared. And like an old family friend, Phil Dirt continues to live in our hearts for many. So come and be a part of our family . . . come be a part of Phil Dirt & The Dozers! In Memorial . . . RICK FRYE – Like younger brother Mark, Rick joined the band in 1983 and immediately made an important contribution to the Dozer sound. A seasoned professional, Rick’s extensive knowledge of 50’s and 60’s musical heritage was showcased in a way that fans came to know and love. A low key, mellow guy until he got on stage, his exuberance on the drums was controlled only by the fact that he had to sit to perform! Rick’s dry wit at the most unexpected moments during the show was loved and expected by everyone and became a favorite show stopper. Adding great vocals to Chuck Berry, John Lennon and Little Richard numbers, Rick was an extremely talented musician and drummer and was a tremendous asset for 24 years to Phil Dirt & The Dozers. Rick passed away unexpectedly on January 5, 2007 immediately following a performance in Williamsburg, Virginia. He will forever be remembered in our hearts and in our music. 3


2013 Richland County Fair

TABLE OF CONTENTS

“OPENING CEREMONY”

2012 Market Livestock Buyers/Buyers Clubs ................... 93-96 2012 Market Livestock Champion Buyers ........................ 91-92 2013 Ohio Agricultural Fair Schedule .................................... 97 Admission Fees ........................................................................ 6 Ageless Beauty Contest ......................................................... 11 Antiques & Tractor Display .................................................... 13 Auxiliary ................................................................................. 85 Bicentennial Moments .......................................................... 16 Blood Drive .............................................................................. 4 Board Committees .................................................................. 8 Board of Directors ................................................................... 7 Camping Regulations ............................................................. 84 Constitution ...................................................................... 81-83 County Officials ...................................................................... 86 Demolition Derby ............................................................. 17-25 Department 2 - Draft Horses ............................................ 26-30 Department 3 - Light Pony ............................................... 31-33 Department 4 - Beef Cattle ............................................... 34-35 Department 5 - Sheep ........................................................... 36 Department 6 - Swine ............................................................ 37 Department 7 - Dairy Goats................................................... 38 Department 8 - Poultry..................................................... 39-40 Department 9 - Rabbits .................................................... 41-42 Department 10 - Agricultural & Horticulture ................... 43-46 Department 11 - Home Arts ............................................. 47-50 Department 12 - Needlework ........................................... 51-55 Department 13 - Fine Arts & Photography ....................... 56-57 Department 14 - Hobbies ................................................. 58-59 Department 15 - Flowers .................................................. 60-63 Department 16 - Subordinate Grange Display ...................... 64 Department 17 - Dairy Cattle............................................ 65-66 Department 18 - Draft Ponies........................................... 67-69 Entertainment Schedule .......................................................... 6 Entry Form/Livestock ........................................................ 77-78 Entry Form/Non Livestock ................................................ 79-80 Entry Rules ............................................................................. 76 Fairgrounds Map ..................................................... Back Cover Frequently Asked Questions/Answers .................................. 75 In Memory ............................................................................... 5 Jr. Fair Ribbon Sponsors ........................................................ 87 Jr. Fair Schedule of Events ................................................ 89-90 Jr. Fair Support Committee .................................................... 88 Kiddie Tractor Pull ................................................................. 12 Membership ............................................................................ 6 Muttville Comix ....................................................................... 9 Nature Park............................................................................ 16 Ohio Livestock Health Rules ............................................. 70-74 OSTPA Tractor Pull ................................................................. 99 Opening Ceremony .................................................................. 4 Our Facility ............................................................................. 14 Phi Dirt & The Dozers ........................................................... 2-3 Pie Auction ............................................................................. 11 Richland County Tractor Pull ................................................. 98 Speed Program ...................................................................... 15 Zerbini Family Circus .............................................................. 10

August 4, 2013 at 2 PM Around the “Flag Pole” located north of Fairhaven Hall “Honoring All Military Personnel and their families from Richland County.” “FREE admission for VETERANS.” “Honoring departed Board of Director & Ladies Auxiliary members.”

Monday, August 5th - 1 - 6 pm Tuesday, August 6th - 1 - 7pm Wednesday, August 7th - 1 - 7 pm Friday, August 9th - 1 - 7 pm Red Cross Busses located by the “Red Barn”

2 free admission tickets to “Fairgrounds” & “Grandstand Event” of your choice for blood donation!!!

Thank you for your donation.

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In Memory JACK SPANGLER Jack was a very dear person to the Fairgrounds, the community and his church where he served as President of the Church Council. He was a board member of the Richland County Agricultural Society for 20 years, serving some of that time as president, and the Events Coordinator for 10 years. Through the Board, Jack was instrumental in getting Fairhaven Office built, the Red Barn addition, Nature Park Wall, Fairhaven addition and numerous other projects. As much as he loved the fairgrounds, his family was his biggest accomplishment, taking great pride in his children and grandchildren. He will be dearly missed but will live on in his many accomplishments. Jack’s wife Betty (who passed away in April 2011) was also a long time member of the Ladies Auxiliary, serving as treasurer for many years. With the passing of both of these truly selfless, kind & generous friends, the Fairgrounds will never be the same. Denny, Debbie & Diane

On behalf of the Fairboard: Jack, a many year veteran of our Richland County Agricultural Society departed from our earth March 14, 2013. His snow white hair and gentle voice is etched in the memories of many of Ohioans, Michiganders and people residing in numerous states. Born in Crestline, Ohio he remained true to family, church and activities throughout surrounding communities. His overall leadership skills enable numerous civic organizations and our fair to prosper. His abundant righteous qualities have influenced the youth, middle aged folks and the elderly. Jack’s generosity and devotion to the Richland County Fairgrounds will be forever remembered by both the Richland County Agricultural Society and The Fair Haven Women’s Auxiliary. Thank you so very much.

SHARON HARTGE Sharon volunteered in the grandstand during the Richland County Fair for nearly 25 years before joining the Auxiliary and becoming a very active member. She thought of the Auxiliary as family and was serving as Treasurer at the time of her death. Sharon contributed many hours assisting in the food service program at the Fairgrounds. She is sorely missed!

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2013 DIRECTORS RICHLAND COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 750 N. Home Rd., Mansfield 44906 419.747.3717 President: Clark Swank Vice President: Bill Rieman

Event Coordinator: Brian Friebel Secretary: Vicki DeBolt

TERMS EXPIRE IN 2013 Charles Fisher Clark Swank Fran Miller Gary Blum Howard Harriman Jason Snyder Karen Rieman

342.6712 565.6686 347.2898 683.4727 571.3989 342.2670 295.6430

258 W. Main St., Shelby 44875 265 Reeder Rd., Butler 44822 3974 Henry Rd., Plymouth 44865 2487 N. Horning Rd., Shelby 44875 2765 Springmill Rd., Mansfield 44903 4539 Stine Rd., Shelby 44875 1606 N. Horning Rd., Crestline 44827

Shelby Worthington Plymouth Sharon Mifflin Mansfield Sandusky

TERMS EXPIRE IN 2014 Carol Toms Dave Barnhart Donna Siebert Ed Cotter Julie Sanders Kim Kollin Loren McKinney Rob Young Roy Walter Tom Craft

892.2334 347.6795 895.1385 709.9156 571.9381 886.4453 884.0887 512.4949 884.1553 747.1130

3791 Basore Rd., Lucas 44843 3307 Hazelbrush Rd., Shelby 44875 8256 Olivesburg-Fitchville Rd. Greenwich 1550 N. Rock Rd., Mansfield 44903 3420 Bowman St., Mansfield 44903 6469 Clever Rd., Bellville 44813 881 Orchard Park Rd., Lexington 44904 1246 Mayfair Rd., Mansfield 44905 125 Plymouth St., Lexington 44904 1219 Poth Rd., Mansfield 44906

Monroe Cass Butler Springfield Franklin Jefferson At-Large Mansfield Troy At-Large

TERMS EXPIRE IN 2015 Angie Swackhammer Bill Rieman Chuck Miller Dave Fackler Dean Wells Ed Miller Steve Spoerr Tom Mitchell

571.4653 295.5384 295.5549 565.4387 756.6863 347.7582 895.1188 512.6730

12 Jennings Ct., Shelby 44875 1606 Horning Rd., Crestline 44827 5458 Ganges 5 Points Rd., Shelby 44875 3523 Hazelbrush Rd., Shelby 44875 2185 Woodville Rd., Mansfield 44903 2045 Shelby-Ganges Rd., Shelby 44875 2155 St Rt 96 E, Ashland 44805 1352 Barbara Ln., Mansfield 44905

Shelby At-Large Bloominggrove At-Large Washington Jackson Weller Madison

Ex Officio Ed Olson, Tim Wert, Gary Utt Judy Villard-Overrocker

419.774.5550 419.747.8755

County Commissioners: County Extension Agents:

Fair Manager: Dean Wells Treasurer: Shirley Swihart

Honorary Fair Board Members *Deceased Albert Dunn Charles Huston Chris Pataky* David Culler Dwain Swank Ed Eilenfeld, Jr. Ed Fishburn Ed Schamber Freeman Swank*

H. Dean Hamman* Hazel Gray* Jack Spangler* Jim Day* Joe Priess John Them Leonard Kleilein R. C. Kline* Ralph Hulit

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Rhea Goetz* Richard Harrison* Richard Herman Robert H. Harvey Robert Kuhn Roscoe Anderson* Ross B. Fackler Thomas Glauer William Schwartz


RICHLAND COUNTY FAIRBOARD COMMITTEES 2013 EXECUTIVE Clark Swank Dean Wells Loren McKinney Eddie Cotter Jason Snyder

NOMINATING/ELECTIONS Karen Rieman Angela Swackhammer

Bill Rieman Charlie Fisher Tom Craft Jack Spangler

JR FAIR Donna Siebert Chuck Miller Ed Miller

BUDGET Loren McKinney Bill Rieman Carol Toms Dean Wells

Donna Siebert Jack Spangler

David Fackler

RACE TRACK Charlie Fisher Kim Kollin

GROUNDS Tom Mitchell Bill Rieman Tom Craft Jack Spangler

GRANDSTAND Charlie Fisher Howard Harriman

Tom Craft Chuck Miller Tom Mitchell

LIVESTOCK Ed Miller Loren McKinney David Fackler

ANTIQUE Howard Harriman Eddie Cotter Julie Sanders

Chuck Miller Steve Spore

PARKING/TRAFFIC Steve Spoerr Rob Young

Dave Barnhart

OSTPA

CAMPGROUND

Clark Swank Eddie Cotter Roy Walter Bill Rieman

Jason & Lynn Snyder Fran Miller

INFIELD

Angela Swackhammer

Bill Rieman Clark Swank Charlie Fisher

FAIRBOOK Dean Wells Shirley Swihart

Rob Young

Jason Snyder Charlie Fisher

Jason Snyder

Vicki DeBolt

SPONSORSHIP ADMISSIONS

Dean Wells Gary Blum

Donna Siebert Fran Miller

COUNTY TRACTOR PULL BY-LAWS Donna Siebert Fran Miller Howard Harriman

Jason Snyder Eddie Cotter Clark Swank

Gary Blum Karen Rieman

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Roy Walter Bill Rieman


Johnny Peers’ Muttville Comix Johnny Peers, introduction to the circus came at an early age. His father ran a concession stand at the Ringling Circus where Johnny helped out. While working with his father he continually managed to sneak away to watch the clowns and eventually decided to be one. He joined the Ringling Clown College and graduated in 1970. Johnny got his first pup from the Humane Society in 1972, which quickly became part of the show. He continued to pick up dogs over the years and eventually ended up with the troupe of dogs he has today. Each has their own character and attributes, providing for a range of exciting and talented performances, such as jumping rope, climbing ladders, knocking Johnny down and of course walking all over him. Johnny Peers’ Muttville Comix is a menagerie of mongrels. He has acquired each of these animals through pet shelters. Any dog can be a good dog. Any animal likes kindness, attention and affection. With a Charlie Chaplin like shuffle, Peers silently plays the fall guy to his mutts. The flawless comic timing, choreography and uncanny collaboration produce a truly great show. The Muttville Comix have television appearances that include David Letterman, Regis & Kathy Lee, Primetime Live, Travels with Harry and Seinfeld.

Johnny Peers has successfully presented his hilarious comic canine routine from coast to coast and on four continents. He and his doggie ensemble have toured with Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey, The Big Apple Circus, Shrine Circuses, Cruise Boats, Fairs and school programs. The troupe has been featured at Busch Gardens, Circus of the Stars and Disneyland. 9


SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF THE ZERBINI FAMILY CIRCUS THE ZERBINI FAMILY CIRCUS UNDER THE BIG TOP STARTED IN THE USA IN 1992. BEFORE THAT TIME, THE ZERBINI FAMILY OF CIRCUS PERFORMERS AND OWNERS GO BACK OVER A CENTURY. ORIGINATING IN FRANCE, THE ZERBINI’S OWNED CIRCUSES THROUGHOUT EUROPE AND AFRICA. JULIAN ZERBINI BROUGHT HIS FAMILY TO THE USA IN 1968 WORKING AS HIGH WIRE ARTIST IN ALL THE TOP NAME CIRCUSES.

UNFORTUNATELY, IN 1991 THERE WAS AN ACCIDENT. A FAULTY WIRE SNAPPED, ALAIN FELL TO THE CIRCUS RING 40 FEET BELOW AND WAS TOLD BY DOCTORS, SHORTLY AFTER, HE WOULD NEVER WALK AGAIN. TRUE TO HIS NATURE, HE WAS NOT WILLING TO ACCEPT THIS AND AFTER MONTHS OF REHIBILITATION, ALAIN DECIDED TO GIVE IT ALL HE HAD AND OPENED THE ALAIN ZERBINI CIRCUS. THEN IT WAS A SMALL BIG TOP SEATING 500 PEOPLE. IT HAS GROWN TO A NEW RED AND WHITE STRIPED TENT WITH A CAPACITY OF JUST OVER 1000. ALAIN’S DETERMINATION GREW WITH THE CIRCUS AND CONTRADICTING THE DOCTORS DIAGNOIS, HE NOT ONLY MANAGED THE CIRCUS BUT ALSO RETURNED TO PERFORMING.

VIEWING THE CIRCUS SHOW, YOU MAY SEE ALAIN ZERBINI PERFORMING AERIAL ACTS, BALANCING ACTS AND HIS FAVORITE, ANIMAL ACTS. THE CIRCUS TRAVELS OVER 8 MONTHS A YEAR AND IS A FAVORITE AT A NUMBER OF COUNTY FAIRS, SUCH AS MOUNDVILLE, WC, LEXINGTON, VA, CANTION, OH, HARRISBURG, VA, HILLIARD OH, HENDERSON, NC, MEADVILLE, PA, ZANESVILLE, OH, KIRKSVILLE, MO AND SUMPTER, SC JUST TO NAME A FEW. WITH OVER A DECADE BEHIND HIM TRAVELING FROM TOWN TO TOWN AND FAIR TO FAIR, ALAIN ZERBINI KNOWS WHAT THE PUBLIC LIKES AND MAKES EVERY EFFORT TO BRING IT TO THEM YEAR AFTER YEAR.

THE CIRCUS SHOW CHANGES IN ITS ENTIRETY EVERY YEAR SO THEY CAN RETURN TO THE SAME TOWNS. ALAIN ZERBINI BRINGS DEPENDABILITY AND PROFESSIONISM WITH HIM AND PRIDES HIMSELF ON THE CLEANLINESS OF THE CIRCUS, EQUIPMENT AND TRUCKS. WHEN YOU DEAL WITH THE ALAIN ZERBINI CIRCUS YOU DEAL DIRECTLY WITH THE OWNER, ALAIN ZERBINI. HE CONTROLS, OVERSEES AND MANAGES ALL PARTS OF THE CIRCUS FROM THE TIME THEY ROLL INTO TOWN TILL CIRCUS DAY IS JUST A MEMORY.

Call the fair office at 419.747.3717 for times and location or visit online at www.richlandcuntyfair.com.

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AGELESS BEAUTY CONTEST August 5th - 2pm John Hartz Building Theme - “OUR RESIDENTS ROCK” With a 50’s theme. 30th year sponsored by Shelby Pointe!!!

Don’t Miss! The 19th Annual Pie Auction! At the Arts & Crafts Building Wednesday, August 7th Judging of pies will begin at 2pm

Auction begins at 5pm

Funds received from the auction to benefit the Arts & Crafts Building!

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Individuals or groups who wish to rent Richland County Fairgrounds, part of the grounds, or specific buildings can contact 419.747.3717 for rates, regulations and scheduling. The FAIRGROUNDS consist of 106 acres in an easily accessible location north west of Mansfield, Ohio, just off U.S. 30 at Trimble Road. The grounds are well lighted for evening events and for security. Parking is available for 5,000 cars. The asphalt midway is 1,200 x 200 feet with an ell that is 300 x 100 feet. The FAIRHAVEN HALL is steel and masonry construction with a clear span of 100 feet, an unobstructed depth of 180 feet and a 14 foot clearance. The concrete floored hall has restrooms, office, and kitchen. It is fully lighted, heated and ventilated. The GRANDSTAND seats 2,400, has a ticket booth, restrooms, and food catering area. It is situated on an oval half-mile dirt track or can be used with the 16 x 24 foot portable stage or temporary stage. The YOUTH BUILDING is concrete block, concrete floored structure with restrooms, showers, lighting and heating. It also houses a complete cafeteria. The ARTS AND CRAFTS BUILDING has a 60 x 200 foot concrete floor, heated and lighted, with restrooms. The OUTDOOR ARENA with 500 bleacher seats is available for horse shows. Other BUILDINGS are available for winter storage of boats and trailers. The RICHLAND COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FOOD SERVICE/FAIRHAVEN HALL – CAFETERIA has quality food at affordable prices accommodating 50 – 1000. It is staffed by volunteers and all money goes back into the fairgrounds. Contact the office at 419-747-3717 for more information and to schedule your wedding reception, banquet, reunion, business meeting or other activities.

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SPEED PROGRAM SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2013 - 6PM Pace Trot Pace Trot Pace Trot -

2 Year Old Fillies (Home Talent Early Closer) 2 Year Old Fillies (Home Talent Early Closer) 3 Year Old Fillies (Home Talent Early Closer) 3 Year Old Fillies (Home Talent Early Closer) Open - Winners Over $300 in 2013 Non-winners $2000 Lifetime - One heat only (No more than 8 horses to start)

Est. $3000 Est. $3000 Est. $3000 Est. $3000 $ 500 $ 400

MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 2013 - 6PM

Pace Trot Pace Trot TrotPace-

2 Year Old Colts (Home Talent Early Closer) 2 Year Old Colts (Home Talent Early Closer) 3 Year Old Colts (Home Talent Early Closer) 3 Year Old Colts (Home Talent Early Closer) Open - Winners Over $300 in 2013 Non Winners $2000 Lifetime—One heat only (No more than 8 horses to start)

Est. $3000 Est. $3000 Est. $3000 Est. $3000 $ 500 $ 400

CONDITIONS 1. U.S.T.A. and Home Talent Rules to govern with exceptions 2. All Overnight Fees $30 3. Declarations must be made by 11:00 A.M., DST, three (3) DAYS PRECEDING RACE. (Any horse programmed must pay entrance fee.) 4. Overnights — Must be at least 5 starters. 5. No entry accepted without past performance information. 6. Overnight purses to be divided 45 - 25 - 15 - 10 - 5 percent. No monies added 7. Society will not be liable for any accidents and reserves the right to declare off any overnight, change classes or change the order of the program. 8. Racing starts at 6pm Sunday and Monday. PARI-MUTUALS

FREE GRANDSTAND

Starting Gate: Richard Roth Photo Finish: Linscott Photography Announcer: Mike High

CHARTED LINES Presiding Judge: Roy Devalt Clerk: Terri Mt. Pleasant

RACE SUPERINTENDENT: Charles Fisher & Kim Kollin SPEED OFFICE PHONE: (during fair) 8 A.M. to 12 noon - 419.747.6919 HOME TALENT COLT STAKES PASSES HONORED AT GATE DRIVER'S INSURANCE PROVIDED. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ON GROUNDS OR TRACK. NOTICE: ALL HORSES ON LASIX ARE OBLIGATION OF TRAINER HORSES SHIP IN ONLY ON DAY THEY RACE NO HORSES LEFT OVERNIGHT. WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO JOIN THE OHIO HARNESS HORSEMAN'S ASSOCIAITON, INC. FAIR OFFICE PHONE: (419) 747.3717 15


Nature Park Daily Schedule Sunday, August 4 at 7 pm: “Parental Guidance” Monday, August 5 at 6 pm: “Bicentennial Moments” at 7 pm: “T.B.A.” Tuesday, August 6 at 7 pm: “T.B.A.” Wednesday, August 7 at 7 pm: “T.B.A.” Thursday, August 8 at 7 pm: “Glenwood Boulevard Band” Friday, August 9 at 6 pm: “Bicentennial Moments” at 7 pm: “T.B.A.” Saturday, August 10 at 6 pm: “Bicentennial Moments” at 7 pm: “T.B.A.”

RICHLAND COUNTY SOLID WASTE will have a booth at the NATURE PARK BUILDING. There will be literature, calendars and other items for you to pick up at our booth. There will be no children’s activities this year. If you have any questions in general please give our office a call at 419.774.5861 Monday-Friday 8:00

BICENTENNIAL MOMENTS 2013 RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR Day Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Date August 4th August 5th August 6th August 7th August 8th August 9th August 10th

Time 12pm 6pm 7pm 4pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

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Place Flag Pole Nature Park Grandstand Arts & Crafts Bldg. Youth Hall Nature Park Nature Park


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2013 Richland County Fair Demolition Derby August 10th

COMPACTS & MID- SIZE

7:00 pm

RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Each driver must be signed in and have their car(s) inspected by 6 pm or a $25 late fee will be imposed. 2. All classes will be run as single heat/feature events (one shot deals) down to the car making last aggressive contact. Payouts will be $600, $300, & $100 plus trophies per heat. “Best of Show” trophy and “Mad Dog” trophies will also be awarded. 3. Drivers are responsible for the actions of their crew members. Any driver or pit person found under the influence of alcohol, drugs or becomes unruly will be disqualified and removed from the grounds. They could be barred from future events. 4. No profanity will be allowed on any portion of the car. Please remember, THIS IS A FAMILY EVENT.!!! 5. All rules are subject to change and the Officials have the FINAL say. It is impossible to list everything that you can and cannot do. We realize that rules will be bent, stretched, pushed to the max and tested with new ideas. Weather any stipulations or variations to these rules are allowed or not is the Officials decision, AND IT IS FINAL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! TYPES OF CARS 1. Any hard top Foreign or Domestic automobile or station wagon is allowed. 2. Compact Class: Cars with a wheel base of 103” or less & a 4 cylinder engine only. 3. Mid-size Class: Cars with a wheel base of 109” or less rear wheel drive, 110” or less front wheel. 4 or 6 cylinder engine only. PREPARATION OF CARS Car number: It is mandatory that your car number be put on a roof sign on top of your car. Signs must be at least 12” tall and max. 24” long. Sign must be welded or bolted to roof in at least 4 places. Number on door is no longer necessary. 2. Remove: all glass, head and tail lights, and clean inside of car and trunk before arrival at fairgrounds. This applies to metal parts, trash, screws, nails, nuts, bolts and glass. Broken glass inside doors is not permitted. Chrome molding strips, side-view mirrors, protruding outside door handles and emblems must be removed. All rear seats must be removed, including third seat and deck plates in station wagons. All air bags and activation charges must be removed. 3. Drivers door: May be welded shut and re-enforced (inside & out). Only flat plating may be used to reinforce the outside it cannot exceed 6” past drivers door vertical seams. It is mandatory that it be reinforced on all compacts. You should also leave the inside drivers door panel on or replace with padding for drivers safety. If not, all sharp edges must be covered or removed. 4. Drivers Area: Angle iron, square tubing or steel bar can be used to brace the rear of the drivers seat, door post to door post. You may also use one in place of the dash. Plates on end of these 2 bars not to exceed 12”x12”. They may be connected by using same across both front doors to form a rectangular safety zone. Door bars cannot extend pass dash and seat bar. Four, straight down kickers may be run from the corners to the floor only. No angling (tilting) of the kickers or attaching to the frame. No roll cages inside car. Bars or pipes used should be no more than 4” outside diameter. Seat brace must be within 4” of the seat back and measured ¾ of the way up. A roll over bar can be welded behind the seat and run straight up (no tilting) and over the roof. Strongly recommended for 4 doors with no center door post or for cars with weak roofs. 5. Passenger Door's: may be welded all around, outside only. If plating/strapping is used it can not be more than 3” wide and ¼ thick. Doors that are not welded may be wired or chained. 6. Frame and frame seams: You are allowed to weld front frame seams from firewall forward only. No other frame seam welding. Damaged or rusted frame areas may be repaired with metal no thicker than original thickness. Patch can not be any larger than necessary to attach to good metal in all directions. This also applies to repairing frame damage on previously run cars. Damage must be obvious and repair necessary or it will not be allowed. Dimples and puckering of frame do not constitute damage. It would need to be split, broken or rusted through. Maximum of 4 patched area's for damage is allowed per car. No trailer hitches. If in doubt, call for prior approval or to see what an Official might suggest. 1.

7. Tires: Solids and doubles are allowed. No studded snow tires and no wheel weights on drive axle tires. Valve stem protectors are ok. 8. Body seam welding : Only allowed to repair rusted areas or previously run damaged cars. Repair with metal no thicker than area being repaired (20 gauge) and patch can not be any larger than necessary to attach to good metal in all directions. Rusted or damaged area must be obvious and repair necessary or it will not be allowed. No welds inside car except for driver's rectangular safety zone, rust repair or as stated in this rule sheet...OFFICALS HAVE THE FINAL SAY ON THIS !!

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9. Hoods: must be open for inspection. They must have a hole above the carburetor at least 4” larger than air cleaner or if stacks are used an 8” hole around each stack is acceptable. Car must have hood unless fan blades are removed. Carburetors must have air cleaners. Hoods may be wired or bolted. If washers are welded to sheet metal to reinforce holes for wires then only 4 places can be used instead of the standard 8 places. ½ of wires may be run to bumper or frame. Each wired location may have max. 2 strands (#9 gage max.) of wire per spot. If bolted, no larger than 5/8” in size and in 4 places total. Through top only of core support and/or firewall or small pieces of angle iron welded to hood and fender edges. Call or e-mail for any clarification. 10. Factory leaf springs cars must have original number of springs and be of original thickness and length. No homemade from flat stock and main spring must be on top. They may be rebuilt but must have at least a 2” stair-step in length. No extra leafs allowed. Four spring clamps are allowed per side, at least 1 must be in front of axle. 11. Bumper shocks: may be welded, but no extra metal may be added. No home-made shocks, (pipes or tubing) in frame, factory bumper shocks only. 12. Bumper: substitution is allowed as long as it is of comparable size. Outer bumper shell may be welded to inner backing. If there are no access holes to see inside you must cut a 2” hole in each end of the bumper. Bumpers must be at least 12” and no more than 24” from ground to bottom of bumper. You may replace bumpers with pipe or square tubing. It may not be more than 4” in diameter and 5/16” thick. Ends must remain open and can not be capped shut. It can be bolted or welded directly to bumper shock or end of frame. No extra added metal to sides or bottom but a small 4”x4”- ¼ “ thick piece may be used to secure top. If pipe is used you may use a small amount of metal to help secure the pipe into position and keep it from rolling. OFFICALS HAVE THE FINAL SAY ON OVER USE OF METAL OR NOT. !!! 13. Gas tanks: Stock tank must be removed & discarded. A portable tank or fuel cell must be SECURELY FASTENED to the floor and covered. It must be behind front seat and as far forward towards back of front seat as possible. Gas tank protectors are allowed. They can be no wider than 24” and back side of protector can be against, but not be attached to any vertical sheet metal. It can be bolted or strapped down through floor only. No extra width or height (over-sized plates) on rear of protector allowed. It is highly recommended that cars equipped with electric fuels pumps have a kill switch mounted at the base of drivers door post and dash area for easy reach by safety personnel. All fuel lines and fittings run inside car should be pressure tested quality. If not, then all exposed lines and fittings must be covered and secured for drivers safety.

14. Battery: only one (any size) is allowed. It must be removed from original position and placed on the floor board of front seat passengers area. It also must be SECURELY FASTENED to the floor and covered. 15. Radiators: must remain in the original position or be taken out. Comparable replacement radiators are permitted. Transmission coolers are allowed under the hood or behind the drivers seat. A fan or ice chest may be used for cooling purposes. If ice is used the container should seal good and not leak. All lines and fittings used should be of pressure tested quality. If not, then all exposed lines and fittings must be covered & secured. Officials have final say on this. 16. Trunks or tailgates: May be wired, chained or welded. No larger than medium size chain or max of 2 strands of #9 gauge wire per place. Body metal to body metal only or body metal to bumper in no more than 4 of the 8 places. If washers are welded to sheet metal to reinforce holes for wires or chains then only 4 places can be used instead of the standard 8 places. If welding, then 4 plates are allowed – 3x6x¼ “ thick. Sheet metal to sheet metal only. Rear section of vehicle may be creased, tucked or smashed, but not tightly. Officials have the final decision on this. 17. Body: Cutting fenders & ends of bumpers is allowed. No re-welding or bolting of fenders. Folding or rolling of sheet metal is allowed. You must have a window bar, chain or wire in the windshield area. Rear window bar is also permitted. Max strapping of 3”wide and ¼” thick to run from roof to firewall & roof to rear deck plate. If welded to trunk it must be within 3” of upper edge of trunk lid. 18. Fabricating: Welded solid or chained down engine & transmission mounts are recommended. Slider drive shafts and modified steering columns are allowed. Distributor protectors can not have any kickers to body, frame or dash bar. DP can not be any wider than intake manifold and must be at least 4” from dash bar. 19. Suspension: Shock helper springs and coil ex-panders may be used to help saggy or worn out springs. Not to increase the original height of the car. No homemade trailing arms on rear-end. Homemade or reinforced tie-rod ends are allowed. Reinforcement within reason, officials have final say. Rear-end braces are allowed but should be formed to fit against rear end. If not, they cannot extend more than 6" off rear-end and must be shorter than length between frame rails. If in doubt, call or e-mail with a question. Front suspension can be welded. It can not be done in a way to re-enforce or strengthen the frame or body. OFFICIALS HAVE THE FINAL DECISION ON THIS. Bumper height requirements in Rule #12 must still be met. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT AN OFFICIAL Chris Lloyd (419) 768.9999 Mt. Gilead jsclloyd@centurylink.net

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2013 Richland County Fair Demolition Derby August 10th

Mini Van – Class Rules

7:00 pm

RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Each driver must be signed in and have their van(s) inspected by 6 pm or a $25 late fee will be imposed. 2. All classes will be run as single heat/feature events (one shot deals) down to the van making last aggressive contact. Payouts for this class will be $1000, $200, & $100 plus trophies. “Best of Show” trophy and “Mad Dog” trophies will also be awarded. 3. Drivers are responsible for the actions of their crew members. Any driver or pit person found under the influence of alcohol, drugs or becomes unruly will be disqualified and removed from the grounds. They could be barred from future events. 4. Drivers must have working lap seat belt and wear helmet with eye protection.

5. All vans are to be removed from the in-field after the show. Vans left on the fairgrounds overnight are at your own risk. Neither the Officials or the Fairboard will be responsible for any vans, parts or property before, during or after the show. 6. No profanity will be allowed on any portion of the van. Please remember, THIS IS A FAMILY EVENT!!!!!!!!!! 7. All rules are subject to change and the Officials have the FINAL say. It is impossible to list everything that you can and cannot do. We realize that rules will be bent, stretched, pushed to the max and tested with new ideas. Weather any stipulations or variations to these rules are allowed or not is the Officials decision, AND IT IS FINAL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

TYPES OF VANS 1. Any stock Foreign or Domestic 4 or 6 cylinder mini-van is allowed. 2. It must be front engine only and 2 wheel drive. AWD & 4WD must be converted to 2 wheel drive. 3. Must be at least 168” total length, no mico mini vans.

PREPARATION OF VANS 1. Van number: It is mandatory that your van number be put on a roof sign on top of your van. Signs must be at least 12” tall and max. 24” long. Sign must be welded or bolted to roof in at least 4 places. Number on door is no longer necessary. 2. Remove: all glass, head and tail lights, and clean inside of van before arrival at fairgrounds. This applies to metal parts, trash, screws, nails, nuts, bolts and glass. Broken glass inside doors is not permitted. Chrome molding strips, side-view mirrors, protruding outside door handles and emblems must be removed. All rear seats must be removed, including third seat in rear. All air bags and activation charges must be disconnected and removed. 3. Drivers door: It is mandatory that it be welded shut and re-enforced (inside & out). Only flat plating may be used to reinforce the outside it cannot exceed 6” past drivers door vertical seams. You should also leave the inside drivers door panel on or replace with padding for drivers safety. If not, all sharp edges must be covered or removed. 4. Drivers Area: Angle iron, square tubing or steel bar must be used to brace the rear of the drivers seat, door post to door post. Plates on end of this bar not to exceed 12”x12”. You may also run a dash bar above the steering column as far forward towards firewall as possible. You may also run a drivers door bar from dash bar to seat bar. This bar may also be run from seat bar and angled down and welded to floor under dash. If there is a hole in roof from sunroof removal it can be patched with sheet metal. 5. Side Door's: may be welded all around, outside only. If plating/strapping is used it can not be more than 3” wide and ¼ thick. Doors that are not welded may be wired or chained. 6. Frame and frame seams: You are allowed to weld front frame seams from a-arms forward only. No other frame seam welding. Damaged or rusted frame areas may be repaired with metal no thicker than original thickness. Patch can not be any larger than necessary to attach to good metal in all directions. This also applies to repairing frame damage on previously run vans. Damage must be obvious and repair necessary or it will not be allowed. Dimples and puckering of frame do not constitute damage. It would need to be split, broken or rusted through. Maximum of 4 patched area's for damage is allowed per van. No trailer hitches. If in doubt, call for prior approval or to see what an Official might suggest.

7. Tires: Solids and doubles are allowed. No studded snow tires and no wheel weights on drive axle tires. Valve stem protectors are ok. 8. Body seam welding : Only allowed to repair rusted areas or previously run damaged vans. Repair with metal no thicker than area being repaired (20 gauge) and patch can not be any larger than necessary to attach to good metal in all directions. Rusted or damaged area must be obvious and repair necessary or it will not be allowed. No welds inside van except for driver's door and seat bars, rust repair or as stated in this rule sheet...OFFICALS HAVE THE FINAL SAY ON THIS !!

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Hoods: must be open for inspection. They must have an 10” hole in center of hood or if stacks are used an 8” hole around each stack is acceptable. Van must have hood. Carburetors must have air cleaners. Hoods may be wired or bolted. If washers are welded to sheet metal to reinforce holes for wires then only 4 places can be used instead of the standard 8 places. ½ of wires may be run to bumper or frame. Each wired location may have max. 2 strands (#9 gage max.) of wire per spot. If bolted, no larger than 5/8” in size and in 4 places total. You may run bolts through top (only) of core support and/or firewall or small pieces of angle iron welded to hood and fender edges. Call or e-mail for any clarification. 10. Factory leaf springs cars must have original number of springs and be of original thickness and length. No homemade from flat stock and main spring must be on top. They may be rebuilt but no extra leafs allowed. Four spring clamps are allowed per side, at least 1 must be in front of axle. 11. Bumper shocks: may be welded, but no extra metal may be added. No home-made shocks, (pipes or tubing) in frame, factory bumper shocks only. 12. Bumper: substitution is allowed as long as it is of comparable size. Outer bumper shell may be welded to inner backing. If there are no access holes to see inside you must cut a 2” hole in each end of the bumper. No loaded bumpers. Bumpers must be at least 12” and no more than 24” from ground to bottom of bumper. You may replace bumpers with pipe or square tubing. It may not be more than 4” in diameter and 5/16” thick. Ends must remain open and can not be capped shut. It can be bolted or welded directly to bumper shock or end of frame. No extra added metal to sides or bottom but a small 4”x4”- ¼ “ thick piece may be used to secure top. If pipe is used you may use a small amount of metal to help secure the pipe into position and keep it from rolling. OFFICALS HAVE THE FINAL SAY ON OVER USE OF METAL OR NOT. !!! 13. Gas tanks: Stock tank must be removed & discarded. A portable tank or fuel cell must be SECURELY FASTENED to the floor and covered. It must be behind front seat and as far forward towards back of front seat as possible. Gas tank protectors are allowed. They can be no wider than 24” and can be bolted or strapped down through floor only. It is highly recommended that vans equipped with electric fuels pumps have a kill switch mounted at the base of drivers door post and dash area for easy reach by safety personnel. All fuel lines and fittings run inside car should be pressure tested quality. If not, then all exposed lines and fittings must be covered and secured for drivers safety. 9. Battery: only one (any size) is allowed. It must be removed from original position and placed on the floor board of front seat passengers area. Front passenger seat may be removed for battery re-location. Keep battery and gas tank as far apart as possible. It also must be SECURELY FASTENED to the floor and covered. 10. Radiators: must remain in the original position or be taken out. Comparable replacement radiators are permitted. Transmission coolers are allowed under the hood or behind the drivers seat. A fan or ice chest may be used for cooling purposes. If ice is used the container should seal good and not leak. All lines and fittings used should be of pressure tested quality. If not, then all exposed lines and fittings must be covered & secured. Officials have final say on this. 11. 16. Rear Doors or Tailgates: May be wired, chained or welded. No larger than medium size chain or max of 2 strands of #9 gauge wire per place. You may wire in up to 8 places with no more than 4 of the places running from sheet metal to bumper or frame. The other 4 from body metal to body metal only. If washers are welded to sheet metal to reinforce holes for wires or chains then only 4 places can be used instead of the standard 8 places. If you do not wire or chain then you may weld. If welding, 4 plates are allowed – 3 x 6 x ¼ “ thick. Sheet metal to sheet metal only. 12. Body: Cutting fenders & ends of bumpers is allowed. No re-welding or bolting of fenders. Folding or rolling of sheet metal is allowed. You must have a window bar, chain or wire in the windshield area. If your van is a cargo van and has no rear side windows then one must be cut in the sheet metal on each side where they would normally be located. This is for drivers visibility and safety. Any holes in roof may be patched with sheet metal. 13. Fabricating: Welded solid or chained down engine & transmission mounts are recommended. Modified steering columns and transmission shifters are allowed. Distributor protectors are allowed. 14. Suspension: Shock helper springs and coil ex-panders may be used to help saggy or worn out springs. Not to increase the original height of the van. No solid suspension, must have some bounce. No homemade trailing arms on rear-end. Homemade or reinforced tie-rod ends are allowed. Reinforcement within reason, officials have final say. If in doubt, call or e-mail with a question. OFFICIALS HAVE THE FINAL DECISION ON THIS . IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT AN OFFICIAL Chris Lloyd (419) 768-9999 Mt. Gilead jsclloyd@centurylink.net

Dale Hatfield (419) 589-2274 Mansfield hatfielddale@hotmail.com

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2013 Richland Co. Fair Demolition Derby August 10th.

7:00 PM Full Size Old Iron-Stock Class Rules

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This class is limited to full size hard top automobiles or station wagons from the 70's and before. No Crown (Full Frame) Chrysler Imperials, no ambulances, convertibles, hearses, or limos. Wheel base of over 108” and 6 or 8 cylinder engines only. Call if in Question. Drivers must be at least 16 years old for this class. Only one entry per person per class. There is no Entry Fee for this derby so no pre-entries. However, everyone must pay to get into the fair & pits. This includes the driver and pit personnel. Driver must be registered and vehicle must be inspected one hour before show time or a $25. late fee will be imposed. This class will be a heat, one shot deal. The top 3 drivers will receive money and a trophy. Payout will be: $600, $300, $100. Mad Dog trophies will be available and given to any deserving drivers. Safety belts, helmets and eye protection are required. Full length pants and long sleeve shirts are highly recommended for your safety. Demolition Derbies are hazardous and a high risk sport. Neither the Fairboard or Track Officials are responsible for any injuries sustained by driver or pit crew before, during or after the event. Drivers are responsible for the actions of their crew members. Any driver or pit person found to be unruly due to the influence of drugs or alcohol will be disqualified and removed from the grounds. No profanity will be allowed on any portion of the car. Please remember, This is a Family Event. All cars are to be removed from the in-field after the show. Cars left on the fairgrounds overnight are at your own risk. Neither the Officials or the Fairboard will be responsible for any cars, parts or property before, during or after the show. The track officials have the right to reject any entries and to re-inspect any cars at anytime. All rules are subject to change and the Officials have the final say. Judges decisions are Final PREPARTION OF CAR

1. Car number must be on a sign mounted securely on top of car, (at least 12” tall, max 24” long). 2. Remove all glass, head and tail lights, and clean inside of car and trunk before arrival at fairgrounds This applies to metal parts, trash, screws, nails, nuts, bolts and glass. Broken glass inside doors is not permitted. Chrome molding strips, side-view mirrors, protruding outside door handles and emblems must be removed. All rear seats must be removed, including third seat and decking plates on wagons. 3. Drivers door may be welded shut and re-enforced (inside or out) for drivers safety. Only flat metal can be used on outside and cannot exceed 6” past drivers door vertical seams. Inside can be re-enforced with anything. Top of drivers door skin can be rolled over and welded but no welding on any other doors. All others must be chained or wired shut, no welding. 4. Drivers area: A pipe, angle iron, square tubing or steel bar can be used to brace the rear of the drive seat, door post to door post. No larger than 4” outside diameter and within 4” of rear of seat. Flat plates (12” x 12” or less) can be used on ends of bar. A roll over bar can be welded to the bar behind the seat and run straight up (no tilting) and over the roof. No cages or any other re-enforcements inside the car. 5. Windshield area: We suggest you install a bar, metal strap, chain or wire in the windshield area for the drivers protection to help prevent hood from coming in. Nothing allowed in any other window areas. 6. Motors swaps are allowed but must match make of car: GM in a GM, Ford in a Ford & Mopar in a Mopar. They may be welded or chained down in stock position. Stacks on engine are ok. No distributor protectors or any other kind of engine protector. Carburetors must have air cleaners. Exhaust stacks are allowed.

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Rear-ends must be stock for that make of car. Spider gears can be welded. No alterations of any kind to trailing arms. 8. Suspension must be stock and have bounce. Shock helper springs and coil ex-panders may be used to help saggy or worn out springs. No welding of suspension. Factory leaf spring cars must have original number of springs and be of original thickness and length. They may berebuilt but must have at least a 2” stair-step in length. No extra leafs or homemade flat stock springs. Four spring clamps allowed per side, at least 1 must be in front of axle. 9. Frame: No welding on frame. Notching of frame is ok but no re-welding. No frame repairs allowed. 10. Bumpers must be stock and can not be welded in any way. No alterations to bumper of any kind. Bumper shocks may be drained and pushed in. You may use a small piece of chain from frame to bumper, or frame to frame around bumper in 2 places. Only the last link can be welded or bolted. 11. Battery, only 1 any size, is allowed. It must be removed from original position and placed on the floor board of front seat passengers area. It must be securely fastened to the floor and covered. 12. Radiators must be mounted in stock location. Comparable replacement radiators are permitted. Transmission coolers are allowed under the hood only. 13. Body: No welding or patching on body unless approved in advance by an official. If it is not a safety issue it will not be approved. Rusted through floors between the firewall and the rear axle can be patched for driver, gas tank and battery safety. Body mount bolts must be stock in stock location with rubber mounts. No screws or bolts in any sheet metal, like fenders, quarters, hoods or trunks. No wedging or severe tucking of vehicle. Minor creasing or denting is OK put don't get carried away. We would like them to look stock their first time out. Pre-run cars are allowed more leniency in body tucking, denting & creasing. For seriously damaged cars please call first. Example: If you are going to sedagon a wagon. 14. Gas tanks: stock must be removed and replaced. A portable tank or fuel cell must be securely fastened to the floor and covered. It must be behind front seat and no farther back than the rear seat. Gas tank protectors are allowed but must meet requirements. They can be no wider than 24” and back side of protector can be against, but not attached to any vertical sheet metal. It can be bolted or strapped down through floor only. No extra width or height (over sized plates) on rear of protector allowed. It is highly recommended that cars equipped with electric fuel pumps have a kill switch mounted at the base of the drivers door post and dash area for easy reach by safety personnel. All fuel lines and fittings run inside car should be pressure tested quality or be covered and/or wrapped for drivers safety. An old garden hose or heater core hose works well for this. Gas tank must be covered. 15. Tires: No restrictions on tire size. Solids and doubles are allowed. No wheel weights on drive axle and no studded snow tires. Valve stem protectors are allowed. 16. Hoods, Trunks and Tailgates may be wired or chained in up to 8 spots. Maximum wire size of 9 gauge with no more than 2 strands per spot. No more than 4 of the locations can be run to bumper or frame. Hoods must be left open for inspection. Hood must have a hole above carburetor at least 4” larger than air cleaner. If stacks are used an 8” hole around each stack is acceptable. Car must have hood. 17. Transmission: Homemade shifters through the floor are allowed. 7.

This class is for the guy or gal that does not want to put a lot of work and money into building a car. We will not tolerate any bending of these rules. If the officials decide you are overbuilt you will have to run another class or load your car. Officials decisions are final. If it does not say it within the rules it does not mean your allowed to do it. If in doubt, call first. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT AN OFFICIAL Dale Hatfield (419) 589-2274 hatfielddale@hotmail.com Chris Lloyd (419) 768-9999 jsclloyd@centurylink.net

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2013 Richland Co. Fair Demolition Derby August 10

7:00 PM

Full Size 80's - Stock Class Rules 1.

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This class is limited to full size hard top (80's and newer model) automobiles or station wagons. Some 70's are eligible if the body style was made into the 80's. Examples: GM full size cars 77-up, Ford LTD & Granada 79-up, Chrysler Newport & New Yorker 79-up, Plus ? Call if in Question. Wheel base of over 108” and 6 or 8 cylinder engines only. No ambulances, convertibles, hearses, limos. Drivers must be at least 16 years old for this class. Only one entry per person per class. There is no Entry Fee for this derby so no pre-entries. However, everyone must pay to get into the fair & pits. This includes the driver and pit personnel. Driver must be registered and vehicle must be inspected one hour before show time or a $25. late fee will be imposed. This class will be a heat, one shot deal. The top 3 drivers will receive money and a trophy. Payout will be: $600, $300, $100. Mad Dog trophies will be available and given to any deserving drivers. Safety belts, helmets and eye protection are required. Full length pants and long sleeve shirts are highly recommended for your safety. Demolition Derbies are hazardous and a high risk sport. Neither the Fairboard or Track Officials are responsible for any injuries sustained by driver or pit crew before, during or after the event. Drivers are responsible for the actions of their crew members. Any driver or pit person found to be unruly due to the influence of drugs or alcohol will be disqualified and removed from the grounds. No profanity will be allowed on any portion of the car. Please remember, This is a Family Event. All cars are to be removed from the in-field after the show. Cars left on the fairgrounds overnight are at your own risk. Neither the Officials or the Fairboard will be responsible for any cars, parts or property before, during or after the show. The track officials have the right to reject any entries and to re-inspect any cars at anytime. All rules are subject to change and the Officials have the final say. Judges decisions are Final PREPARTION OF CAR

1. Car number must be on a sign mounted securely on top of car, (at least 12” tall, max 24” long). 2. Remove all glass, head and tail lights, and clean inside of car and trunk before arrival at fairgrounds This applies to metal parts, trash, screws, nails, nuts, bolts and glass. Broken glass inside doors is not permitted. Chrome molding strips, sideview mirrors, protruding outside door handles and emblems must be removed. All rear seats must be removed, including third seat and decking plates on wagons. 3. Driver's door must be welded shut and re-enforced (inside or out) for safety. Only flat metal can be used on outside and cannot exceed 6” past doors vertical seams. Inside can be re-enforced with anything. Top of drivers door skin only, can be rolled over and welded. All other doors must be chained or wired shut plus one 3”x 6” x 1/4” plate may be welded on each door seam at the impact zone, half way up the door. 4. Drivers area: A pipe, angle iron, square tubing or steel bar can be used to brace the rear of the drivers seat, door post to door post. No larger than 4” outside diameter and within 4” of rear of seat. Flat plates (12” x 12” or less) can be used on ends of bar. A roll over bar can be welded to the bar behind the seat and run straight up (no tilting) and over the roof. No cages or any other re-enforcements inside the car. 5. Windshield area: We suggest you install a bar, metal strap, chain or wire in the windshield area for the drivers protection to help prevent hood from coming in. Nothing allowed in any other window areas. 6. Motor swaps are allowed but must match make of car: GM in a GM, Ford in a Ford & Mopar in a Mopar. They may be welded or chained down but must be in stock position. Stacks on engine are ok. no distributor protectors or any other kind of engine protector. Carburetors must have air cleaners. Exhaust stacks are allowed.

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Rear-ends and trailing arms must be stock for that make of car. Spider gears can be welded.

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Suspension must be stock and have bounce. Shock helper springs and coil ex-panders may be used to help saggy or worn out springs. No welding of suspension. Factory leaf spring cars must have original number of springs and be of original thickness and length. They may be rebuilt but must have at least a 2” stair-step in length. No extra leafs or homemade flat stock springs. Four spring clamps allowed per side, at least 1 must be in front of axle.

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Frame: No welding on frame. Notching of frame is ok but no re-welding. No frame repairs allowed.

10. Bumpers must be stock and can not be welded in any way. No alterations to bumper of any kind. Bumper shocks may be drained and pushed in. You may use a small piece of chain from frame to bumper, or frame to frame around bumper in 2 places. Last link only can be welded or bolted. Links Cannot be welded together. 11. Battery, only 1 any size, is allowed. It must be removed from original position and placed on the floor board of front seat passengers area. It must be securely fastened to the floor and covered. 12. Radiators must be mounted in stock location. Comparable replacement radiators are permitted. Transmission coolers are allowed under the hood only. 13. Body: No welding or patching on body unless approved in advance by an official. If it is not a safety issue it will not be approved . Rusted through floors inside the car between the firewall and rear axle can be patched for driver, gas tank and battery safety. Body mount bolts must be stock in stock location with rubber mounts. No screws or bolts in any sheet metal, like fenders, quarters, hoods or trunks. No wedging or severe tucking of vehicle. Minor creasing or denting is OK put don't get carried away. We would like them to look stock their first time out. Pre-run cars are allowed more leniency in body tucking, denting & creasing. For seriously damaged car changes call first. Example: if you are going to sedagon a wagon. 14. Gas tanks: stock must be removed and replaced. A portable tank or fuel cell must be securely fastened to the floor and covered. It must be behind front seat and no farther back than the rear seat. Gas tank protectors are allowed but must meet requirements. They can be no wider than 24” and back side of protector can be against, but not be attached to any vertical sheet metal. It can be bolted or strapped down through floor only. No extra width or height (over-sized plates) on rear of protector allowed. It is highly recommended that cars equipped with electric fuel pumps have a kill switch mounted at the base of the drivers door post and dash area for easy reach by safety personnel. All fuel lines and fittings run inside car should be pressure tested quality or be covered and/or wrapped for drivers safety. An old garden hose or heater core hose works well for this. Gas tank must be covered. 15. Tires: No restrictions on tire size. Solids and doubles are allowed. No wheel weights on drive axle and no studded snow tires. Valve stem protectors are allowed. 16. Hoods, Trunks and Tailgates may be wired or chained in up to 8 spots. Maximum wire size of 9 gauge with no more than 2 strands per spot. No more than 4 of the locations can be run to bumper or frame. Hoods must be left open for inspection. Hood must have a hole above carburetor at least 4” larger than air cleaner. If stacks are used an 8” hole around each stack is acceptable. Car must have hood. 17. Transmission: Homemade shifters through the floor are allowed.

This class is for the guy or gal that does not want to put a lot of work and money into building a car. We will not tolerate any bending of these rules. If the officials decide you are overbuilt you will have to run another class or load your car. Officials decisions are final. If it does not say it within the rules it does not mean your allowed to do it. If in doubt, call first. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT AN OFFICIAL

Dale Hatfield

(419) 589.2274

hatfielddale@hotmail.com

Chris Lloyd

(419) 768.9999

jsclloyd@centurylink.net

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DEPARTMENT 2 - DRAFT HORSES Superintendent: Craig Harvey - 419.989.0860 Richland County Draft Horse Committee: Gary Biglin, Gary Hummel, Dave Myers, Cory Myers, Tom Glauer, Mark Harvey, Martha Laser SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Draft Horses and Draft Pony Hitch: Hitch classes will be held in the draft horse arena near the North gate. Draft Horse Halter classes will be held in the South side of the feeder calf barn show arena. All other classes will be held in the draft horse arena near the North gate. The show schedule is subject to change due to weather or surface conditions in the arena. Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday:

10:00 am Draft Horse & Pony Hitches Decoration Fun Competition 10:00 am Halter Classes 10:00 am Farm Day Classes 6:00 pm Costume. Stick Horse and Under Saddle 5:00 pm Dinner (Make-up Hitch day, if cancelled on Monday) 10:00 am Draft Horse Pull

DRAFT HORSE AND DRAFT PONY GENERAL DEPARTMENT RULES The Fair Board and/or draft horse committee will not be responsible for any accidents, injuries or losses. NOTE: any classes you wish to participate in must be listed on your entry blank (hitch classes, halter classes, saddle classes and the draft horse pull and farm classes). To participate in the pull, you must show in either a halter class or hitch class. The Agriculture Society will pay $10.00 transportation cost for each DRAFT HORSE entered up to a maximum of 6 horses per exhibitor. Each draft horse exhibitor is to furnish a rope behind each horse. All draft horses must be owned by the exhibitor. Purebred horses over the age of one year must have registration papers showing ownership in the exhibitor’s name. Registration papers will be checked by the Superintendent. Ages of the animal will be recorded as of January 1. Draft horse exhibitors must specify the number of stalls needed (including tack stalls) on the entry form. Please specify if a box stall is needed for a mare and foal. Draft horses may borrow only in get of sire and produce of mare halter classes, unicorn, four and six horse hitches. Draft horses are permitted to wear their ribbon won in their respective class for Champion and Group classes. Do not enter Champion classes - winners are entered automatically. Each exhibitor shall display suitable placard giving information on the draft horse (name, age, weight, etc.) All draft horses must be fed and watered daily; stalls must be cleaned daily by 9:00 am. All stalls must be cleaned before release on Sunday. All draft horses must be exhibited for the duration of the fair to be eligible for any class. No truck-ins will be permitted. There is no coloring of hooves on the midway or pavement. The draft horse committee will make the decisions on any questions or issues. **Note, for all halter and hitch junior classes, the exhibitor’s age should be as of August 1 of the current year.

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DEPARTMENT 2 – SECTION 1 DRAFT HORSES AND DRAFT PONY HITCH CLASSES Monday 10:00 am Draft Horse arena ENTRY FEE: 10% of 1st Place The hitch classes for draft horse and draft ponies are open to those entered in open class and must have entered on the entry blank. Farm harness and show harness will be shown separately for the draft horses. Show harness will be recognized as having housings or patent leather. Farm harness will be one piece and having no housing or patent leather. Exhibitors will be permitted to show only in farm harness or show harness not both. Anyone trying to show in both will be dismissed from the show. Exhibitors are not allowed to use the same draft horse or draft pony in men’s and ladies cart. Junior classes are open to all youth 18 years and under as of August 1. The Fair Board and/or draft horse and draft pony committee will not be responsible for any accidents, injuries or losses.

Classes 1. Draft horse cart class, man to drive, farm harness 2. Draft horse cart class, man to drive, show harness 3. Draft Pony cart class, man to drive 4. Draft horse cart class, lady to drive, farm harness 5. Draft horse cart class, lady to drive, show harness 6. Draft pony cart class, lady to drive 7. Draft horse 4-H cart class 8. Draft pony 4-H cart class 9. Draft horse junior cart class 13 yrs. to 18 yrs. 10. Draft horse junior cart class 8 yrs. to 12 yrs. 11. Draft pony junior cart 18 yrs. and under 12. Draft horse tandem hitch class, farm harness 13. Draft horse tandem hitch class, show harness 14. Draft pony tandem hitch class 15. Draft horse team hitch class, man to drive, farm harness 16. Draft horse team hitch class, man to drive, show harness 17. Draft pony team hitch class, man to drive 18. Draft horse team hitch class, lady to drive, farm harness 19. Draft horse team hitch class, lady to drive, show harness 20. Draft pony team hitch class, lady to drive 21. Draft horse 4-H team 22. Draft pony 4-H team 23. Draft horse team hitch, junior driver 13 yrs. to 18 yrs. 24. Draft pony team hitch junior driver18 yrs. and under 25. Draft horse team hitch junior driver 8 yrs. to12 yrs. 26. Draft pony unicorn hitch 27. Draft horse unicorn hitch, farm harness 28. Draft horse unicorn hitch, show harness 29. Draft pony 4 hitch 30. Draft horse 4 hitch, farm harness 31. Draft horse 4 hitch, show harness 32. Draft pony 6 hitch 33. Draft horse 6 hitch, farm harness 34. Draft horse 6 hitch, show harness 35. Draft pony 4 hitch free style drive (music welcome) 36. Draft horse 4 hitch free style drive (music welcome)

Premiums $25, $20, $17, $14, $12. $10 $25, $20, $17, $14, $12, $10 $25, $20, $17, $14, $12, $10 $25, $20, $17, $14, $12, $10 $25, $20, $17, $14, $12, $10 $25, $20, $17, $14, $12, $10 Trophy & Ribbons Trophy & Ribbons $25, $20, $15, $10, $5 $25, $20, $15, $10, $5 $25, $20, $15, $10, $5 $30, $25, $20, $15, $10 $30, $25, $20, $15, $10 $30, $25, $20, $15, $10 $40, $30, $25. $20, $15 $40, $30, $25, $20, $15 $40, $30, $25, $20, $15 $40, $30, $25, $20, $15 $40, $30, $25, $20, $15 $40, $30, $25, $20, $15 Trophy & Ribbons Trophy & Ribbons $25, $20, $15, $10, $5 $25, $20, $15, $10 $25, $20, $15, $10, $5 $50, $40, $35, $30 $50, $40, $35, $30 $50, $40, $35, $30 $60, $50, $40, $30 $60, $50, $40, $30 $60, $50, $40, $30 $90, $70, $50 $90, $70, $50, $30 $90, $70, $50, $30 $60, $50, $40, $30 $60, $50, $40, $30

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DEPARTMENT 2 – Section 2 DRAFT HORSE HALTER Wednesday 10:00 am All required manes and tails will be rolled and/or braided for the halter classes. If they are not done, the judge will be asked to place that horse or horses at the end of their class or classes. Class 1. 4-H Showmanship 2. Showmanship 8 yrs to 12 yrs 3. Showmanship 13 yrs to 18 yrs 4. Showmanship over 18

Premium Ribbons & Trophy Trophy and $15, $12, $10, $8, $5, $5 Trophy and $15, $12, $10, $8, $5, $5 Gift Card and ribbons 1st—6th place

DEPARTMENT 2—Section 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 DRAFT HORSE HALTER WEDNESDAY immediately following the showmanship classes Classes 5 through 31 will be shown in the following sequence: Section 4: Clydesdales (2013) *NOTE this section will only pay 4 places in all halter classes Section 5: Belgian (2014) Section 6: Percheron (2015) Section 7: Any other recognized breeds (2016) *NOTE this section will only pay 4 places in halter classes Section 3: Spotted (2017) *NOTE this section will only pay 4 places in all halter classes. Classes 5. Grade Mare, any age 6. Gelding 3 and under 7. Gelding 4 and under 8 8. Gelding 9 and older 9. Champion & Reserve Geldings; 1st & 2nd classes 6,7,8 10. Stallion 2 and over 11. Champion & Reserve Sr. Stallion; 1st and 2nd in class 10 12. Stallion 1 and under 2 13. Stallion under 1 14. Champion & Reserve Jr. Stallion; 1st & 2nd class winners of 12 & 13 15. Grand & Reserve Overall Stallions; class winner of 11 & 14 16. Mare 4 and over – dry 17. Mare 4 and over – wet 18. Mare 3 and under 4 19. Champion & Reserve Sr, Mare 1st & 2nd classes 16, 17, 18 20. Mare 2 and under 3 21. Mare 1 and under 2 22. Mare under 1 23. Champion & Reserve Jr. Mare 1st & 2nd in classes 20, 21, 22 24. Grand & Reserve overall Mare class winners 19, 23 25. Grand Champion of Breed— class winners in 9, 15, 24 26. Mare and Foal 27. Produce of Mare, 2 animals 28. Get of Sire, 2 animals 29. Stallion and 3 Mares 30. 3 Mares 31. Matched Pair 32. Sweepstakes Champion winner in class 25 for each breed

Premiums $20, $18 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10, $10 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10, $10 Rosettes and Lead $20, $18 Rosettes and Lead $20, $18 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10

Rosettes and Leads Rosettes and Leads $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 Rosettes and Lead $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 Rosettes and Lead Rosettes and Lead Rosettes and Gift Card $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 $20, $18, $15, $12 $20, $18, $15, $12 $20, $18, $15 $20, $18 $20, $18, $15, $12, $10 Trophy

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DEPARTMENT 2 - SECTION 8 Draft Horse Saddle Classes - Thursday 6:00 pm Those wishing to enter the saddle classes must indicate it on the fair entry blank. This will be walk - trot class. To be eligible for riding classes you must either show in a halter or hitch class in the Draft Horse section.

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Class Draft Horse Costume Class - ride or lead Stick Horse Draft Horse Under Saddle - 18 and under Draft Horse Under Saddle - any age

Premiums $25, $20, $15, $10, $10 Ice Cream Gift Card Trophy and ribbons 1st - 6th place $25, $20, $17, $14, $12, $10, $10, $10, $10, $10

Immediately following the saddle classes will be several “fun” classes (barrel race, ride-in-run, catalog race, egg and spoon, etc.) that any draft horse or draft pony exhibitor are invited to participate in for fun prizes.

Thank you to the Central Ohio Draft Horse Club for their sponsorship!

DEPARTMENT 2 - SECTION 9 Draft Horse Farm Classes - Thursday 10:00 am Fun Classes Draft Horse Arena - All participants must have shown in a Draft Horse or Draft Pony Horse Halter or Hitch show. The farm classes are for fun, an obstacle course will be set up for ground driving and the log skid will follow. Please sign up for the classes! This will not be a timed event. It will be based on a point system set up prior to the event.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Class Obstacle Course 18 and under Obstacle Course over 18 Log Skid 18 and under Log Skid over 18 Hay and Feed Race

Premiums Trophy and Ribbons 1st - 6th place Gift Card Trophy and Ribbons 1st - 6th place Gift Card Gift Card

DEPARTMENT 2 - SECTION 10 Draft Horse Pull—Saturday 10:00 am (weather permitting - be backed up if inclement weather is a problem) All participants must have shown in a Draft Horse Halter or Hitch show. Only participants will be allowed in arena. Pullers need to inspect their equipment and only use equipment that is safe and in good condition. Steel doubletrees must be used - no wooden ones. Weigh-in questions will be decided by the committee. No open bridles will be permitted. No headers will be allowed. Drivers are allowed one person to help the contestant hook onto the sled, but will not be permitted to touch or speak to the horses during the pull. Drivers are not allowed to touch or whip their horses. In case of breakage of harness, the team will be entitled to another pull. The ground judges will decide the teamster award.

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Class Light Weight Draft Horse Heavy Weight Draft Horse

Premiums Gift Card Gift Card

**The recipient of the Teamster Award will also be awarded a Gift Card.

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HORSE PULL RULES: The draft horse and draft pony pull is intended as good fun and sport for the exhibitors and spectators. The Fair Board and/or draft horse and draft pony committee will not be responsible for any accidents, injuries or losses. To be eligible for the draft horse and draft pony pull, animals must be stabled in the barn during the fair and show in either the halter or hitch classes. The Fair Board has allotted $400 in premiums to be divided equally among the contestants. Trophies will be awarded to the class winners and Best Teamster. Only the participants will be allowed in the arena. Pullers need to inspect their equipment and only use equipment that is safe and in good condition. Steel doubletrees must be used – NO wooden ones! Weigh in will be at the discretion of the committee. Horses may take first, second, and third pulls. Horses must be harnessed properly with no loose straps. No open bridles will be permitted. No pulling shoes are permitted – plates with borium or 3/8 tacks are allowed. No headers will be allowed. Drivers are allowed one person to help contestant hook on to the sled. The helper is not allowed to touch or speak to the horses during the pull. NO profane language. Drivers are not allowed to touch or whip their horses. Violations of this disqualify the team and driver from the pull. Drivers and horses must be ready to pull in order. Distance for the pull will be 21’. The distance between boundaries is 16’. Any forward movement of the sled after the driver gives command will be counted as a pull. If space permits, second and third pulls may continue in the same direction; otherwise they will reverse. A whistle signal will indicate that the pull is completed or the sled coming to a stop indicates the end of the pull. In case of breakage of harness, the team will be entitled to another pull. The committee will decide any other questions or issues.

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DEPARTMENT 3 - SECTION 1 LIGHT PONY SHOW Rules, Regulations and Release of Liability Superintendent: Jocelyn Patton (419.564.2049) Asst. Light Pony Superintendent: Cindy Bookmyer (419.631.8770) Special THANK YOUs to: HorseLoverLodge.com, Patton Power Products, Elzey Milling and Trade, LTD., Shortbred Farm, Smokin Acres, Colleen Runion Equine Sports Massage Therapy, Trail Blazers 4-H Club and the Fair Board for making this all possible.

Show starts Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. Judge(s) to be announced the day of the show. Decision of the judge(s) are FINAL. Classes open to the world, except residents of counties where classes are closed to Richland County. Closing date for entries: see entry form. RICHLAND COUNTY ponies stalled first, all other county ponies by seniority in the Pony Department. Tie stalls will be assigned first followed by box stalls being assigned to mares and foals thereafter by availability with consideration 1 st given to child safety due to the increased number of children in the program. Please note: Incomplete entries and/or stall requests will be reviewed after all correctly completed entries are filled. Ponies are to be in place Sunday by 12:00 p.m. All ponies will remain in place and tied for the duration of the fair until release time on Sunday between 8 a.m. to 12, noon. Ponies must be led in and out of the barn. There will be no riding/driving in or out of the barn. There are to be absolutely no ponies exiting, entering or standing on the midway. No coloring of hooves in the barn or on the midway of the fair. All exhibitors are to provide their own bedding and feed regiments. Stalls are to be cleaned by 9:00 a.m. daily. Ponies are to be fed and watered daily. Exhibitors must keep gates secured behind ponies. Rope gates are not permissible. Stalls, including tack stalls, are to be stripped upon release Sunday to receive premiums. The Fair Board and/or Pony Show Committee will not be responsible for any accidents, injuries or losses. Beginning 2010 all ponies participating in the light pony division will be measured yearly, no exceptions. Ponies may be measured barefooted or shod (the pony must be shown as measured). Large pony begins at 54” but not to exceed 58”. Medium pony begins at 48” but not to exceed 54”. Small pony begins at 34” but not to exceed 48”. Miniatures shall not exceed 34” in height. In order to compete, paid entry form MUST be submitted to the fair board (see deadline on following pages), complete a class entry form (received at barn meeting Sunday night of fair at 7:00) and ponies must be measured. Measurement times will begin immediately after the barn meeting until Monday before 2:00 p.m. Unless prior scheduling arrangements are made, if your pony(ies) are not measured by the scheduled time they WILL NOT SHOW. This is to allow time to prepare for the show and to allow for our own family time. Review of measurements will ONLY be done by committee and/or Fair Board representatives. Cross entering between light pony and draft pony classes are NOT permitted. Beginning 2013 our process will be as follows: Measurements can be done immediately following the barn meeting (preferred). Deadline for show entries is Monday at 2:00 p.m. which is also the deadline for measurements. Any changes that you would like to make MUST be done before 6:00 p.m. Monday evening. Your completed entry form will be available to you the morning of the show. Exhibitor numbers are assigned by the Fair Board and are to be shown for the duration of the show. Supplies will be provided for numbers the morning of the show. Children’s ages are as of January 1 of the current year. Any child not able to handle their pony must be assisted by an adult. No stallions permitted in leadline, walk-trot, showmanship, horsemanship or costume classes. All exhibitors must be neatly and properly attired according to their breed and discipline upon entering the show ring. All classes will pay $14-12-10-8-6 receiving rosettes except Horsemanship, Showmanship, and Championship classes will receive rosettes only. Championship classes will consist of 1st & 2nd place winners. Rosettes may be worn in Championship classes only. The light ponies will use the main arena located behind the poultry barn. The draft ponies will use the make up arena located behind the rabbit barn. So please be considerate to keep that available for their usage. WELCOME AND HAVE A GREAT FAIR!!!!!! **Anyone interested in sponsoring trophies….we could use the help!!

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DEPARTMENT 3 - SECTION 2 SHOW BILL SHOW DATE: Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.

Judge TBA. Decision of the judge is FINAL.

1. MINIATURE STALLIONS $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 2. STALLIONS-SMALL PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 3. STALLIONS-MEDIUM PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 4. STALLIONS-LARGE PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 5. STALLION CHAMPIONSHIP (OPEN TO 1ST & 2ND PLACE WINNERS IN CLASSES 1-4) 6. MINIATURE MARES $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 7. MARES-SMALL PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 8. MARES-MEDIUM PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 9. MARES-LARGE PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 10. MARE CHAMPIONSHIP (OPEN TO 1ST & 2ND PLACE WINNERS IN CLASSES 6-9) 11. MARES WITH THIS YEARS FOAL $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 12. MINIATURE GELDINGS $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 13. GELDINGS-SMALL PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 14. GELDINGS-MEDIUM PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 15. GELDINGS-LARGE PONY $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 16. GELDING CHAMPIONSHIP (OPEN TO 1ST & 2ND PLACE WINNERS IN CLASSES 12-15) 17. DONKEY HALTER (THE 1ST AND 2ND PLACE WINNERS WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SUPREME CHAMPIONSHIP HALTER CLASS) 18. SUPREME CHAMPIONSHIP (OPEN TO 1ST PLACE WINNERS IN CLASSES 5,10, 16 AND 17) 19. PEE-WEE SHOWMANSHIP (8 YRS & UNDER) 20. SHOWMANSHIP (9 YRS – 12 YRS) 21. SHOWMANSHIP (13 YRS – 18 YRS) 22. SHOWMANSHIP (19 YRS & OLDER) 23. LEAD-LINE (Rider 6 yrs. or under any age to lead) $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 *************LUNCH BREAK************* 24. LEAD-IN COSTUME (Rider 6 yrs. or under, any age to lead) Not eligible for class 28. 25. LEAD-IN COSTUME-NON RIDER (ALL AGES) Not eligible for class 27. 26. WALK-TROT (Rider 8 yrs. or under, no 3 gaited classes) 27. WALK-TROT (9 YRS TO 18 YRS, no 3 gaited classes) 28. HORSEMANSHIP/EQUITATION (9YRS – 12 YRS) 29. HORSEMANSHIP/EQUITATION (13 YRS – 18 YRS) 30. HORSEMANSHIP/EQUITATION (19 YRS & OLDER) 31. LIGHT PONY/DONKEY PLEASURE-SMALL 32. LIGHT PONY/DONKEY PLEASURE-MEDIUM 33. LIGHT PONY/DONKEY PLEASURE-LARGE 34. LIGHT PONY/DONKEY JACK BENNY (W/T 25 & OLDER) 35. MINIATURE DRIVING 36. SMALL LIGHT PONY/DONKEY DRIVING 37. MEDIUM LIGHT PONY/DONKEY DRIVING 38. LARGE LIGHT PONY/DONKEY DRIVING 39. LIGHT PONY DRIVING REINSMANSHIP (15 & UNDER TO DRIVE) 40. LIGHT PONY DRIVING REINSMANSHIP (16 & OLDER TO DRIVE) 41. WILLIS LEHNHART SPEED DRIVING CLASS (WALK TROT)

$14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6

$14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6 $14-$12-$10-$8-$6

ALL 3 TRAIL IN HAND CLASSES WILL BE SET UP IN ARENA 2 AFTER THE DRIVING CLASSES & WILL RUN CONCURRENTLY WITH CONTESTING CLASSES (saddles acceptable) 42. TRAIL IN HAND (13 YRS AND UNDER) 43. TRAIL IN HAND (14 YRS—18 YRS) 44. TRAIL IN HAND (19 & OLDER) 45. WALK-TROT/LEAD-LINE BARRLES 46. BARRELS (13 & UNDER) 47. BARRELS (14 & OLDER) 48. WALK-TROT/LEAD-LINE POLES 49. POLES (13 & UNDER) 50. POLES (14 & OLDER)

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DEPARTMENT 3 - SECTION 3 LIGHT PONY SHOW ENTRY FORM Mail COMPLETED entry forms to: RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR DEPT #3-PONY SHOW 750 N. HOME RD. MANSFIELD, OH 44906 PHONE: 419.747.3717 FAX: 419.747.7141

ENTRY DEADLINE – JULY 15, 2013 ENTRY FEE - $5.00 PER PONY (max 6)

Please print & complete fully Exhibitor Name: _________________________________ Address: ______________________

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____________ City: ______

Phone: _______________________________ _________ State: ______ Zip: __________

County: _______________________ If 18 years of age or younger, please enter age: _______

Is your pony your 4-H project? ______ If yes, which Club? ______________ ***Please be certain to attend the barn meeting Sunday evening at 7:00. ***If you are unable to attend then please send a representative on your behalf. ***Make certain your pony is measured and your class entry form is completed. Number of ponies stalled in the pony barn __

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___ (Please note: Do not include ponies being stalled in 4-H barns)

This year will NOT require entering into classes. You MUST send this form to the fair grounds so they have the necessary information they need. This is only requesting a spot in the pony barn and identifying that you would like to participate in the pony show. To eliminate confusion, class entry forms will be available at the barn meeting Sunday evening at 7:00. For more information please refer to the Rules and Regulations. Season Pass (7 entries into the fair) or Membership Pass (7 entries into fair and the right to vote for fair board directors) MUST be purchased to exhibit in the fair. Does not apply to ages 6 and under. Please mark which you would like to purchase and how many. Each are $20.00. Membership Pass _________ TOTAL PAID

Season Pass

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Entry Fees _________ The Richland County Fair Board will take every precaution in its power for the safe preservation of livestock articles on exhibition, after their arrival and arrangement on the grounds, but is hereby agreed and understood by the undersigned owner/exhibitor that all animals and articles are brought onto the fairgrounds at the owner’s/exhibitor’s risk. The Richland County Agricultural Society, its employees, officers, directors and agents will not be held liable nor responsible for any damage to exhibited or livestock by fire, water, disease, wind storm, any act of God or any other cause whatever its nature. Nor will the Society be held liable for any loss by thefts or accidents to person or property, nor for any errors or omissions in the Premium Book. I have read and understand this and I agree to abide by this waiver of responsibility and the Constitutions and By-Laws of the Richland County Agricultural Society and the rules of the Department(s) I wish to enter, as printed in the Premium Book. Exhibitors Signature: ___________________________________________________________ If under the age of 18, must have parent or guardian signature: ____________________________________

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DEPARTMENT 4 – BEEF CATTLE SUPERINTENDENT: ADAM FOULKS – 419.571.1211 Entry Fee: $10 per head; $10 Group Classes Beef Open Class to be in place between 8am & 8pm Saturday, August 4. Released at 6pm Wednesday. Judging will begin at 4pm Tuesday. Please do not store grooming chutes in the aisle ways. If there is only one animal entered in a breed, it will be shown in the All Other Breeds Section. Entries must be typed or printed neatly. Each breed should be listed separately and in order by class. They will be returned if not done properly.

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SECTION 1 – POLLED HEREFORD FEMALES Junior Heifer Calves – Jan. 1 to Apr. 30 this year Senior Heifer Calves – Sept. 1 to Dec. 31 last year Late Summer Yearling Heifers – July 1 to Aug. 31, last year Early Summer Yearling Heifers – May 1 to June 30 last year Late Junior Yearling – Mar. 1 to Apr.30 last year Early Junior Yearling – Jan. 1 – Feb 28 Last year Senior Yearling Heifers – Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 2 years previous Cow/Calf – Cow must be calved from Jan. 1, 5 years previous to Aug. 31 2 year previous. Birth date of calf on or after Jan. 1 of this year. Champion Reserve Champion BULLS Junior Bull Calves – Jan 1.to Apr. 30 this year Senior Bull Calves – Sept.1 to Dec. 31 last year Summer Yearling Bull – May 1 to Aug. 30 last year Junior Yearling Bulls – Jan. 1 to Apr. 31 last year Senior Yearling Bulls – Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 2 years previous 2-yr Old Bulls – May 1 to Aug. 31, 2 years previous Champion Reserve Champion GROUP CLASSES Two Heifers – bred and owned by exhibitor Two Bulls – bred and owned by exhibitor Pair of Yearlings – from junior and summer yearling classes Both sexes to be represented Pair of calves from senior and junior calf classes Both sexes to be represented Natural produce of Dam, two head Junior Get of Sire, 3 head, both sexes from Jr. & Sr. Calf classes Get of Sire, 4 animals, any age, both sexes to be represented Best 5 head, owned by exhibitor

Section 2 Angus

Section 3 Shorthorn

Section 8 Maine-Anjou

Section 9 Highlanders

$15-10-5 $15-19-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 Rosette Rosette $15-10-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 $15-10-5 Rosette Rosette $15-10 $15-10 $15-10 $15-10 $15-10 $15-10 $15-10 $15-10

Premiums same as Section for Section 2 thru Section 11 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 Section 7 Simmental Limousine Charolais Chianina Section 10 Crossbred

Section 11 Dexter

SECTION 13 1. Supreme Champion Female – Premium by Auto Workers Credit Union 2. Supreme Champion Bull – Premium by Auto Workers Credit Union

Section 12 All other Purebred beef breeds

$100 & Rosette $100 & Rosette

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CATTLE – Competition open to Ohio READ SPECIAL RULES FOR ENTRY See entry blank for closing date. All animals must be in place by 8 am, Monday, except as otherwise stated.

RULES: 1. The base dates in determining the class in which animals should be shown are as stated in class listing. A heifer, under 24 months, in milk, must be entered in 2-year old cow class. 2. To be eligible for competition, whether singly or in groups, animals must be bona fide property of exhibitors, except where otherwise specified. The exhibitor, if requested by the superintendent of cattle must produce certificates of registration of transfer showing ownership. Animals must be tattooed when required by registry. In the classes for get of sire and produce of dam, the exhibitor need not own animals. 3. The owner of the dam at the time of service shall be considered the breeder of the animal. 4. Firms and co-partnership entering animals for competition must be in existence sixty days prior to the date of closing entries and in all cases must be bona fide and the management may require affidavits of the age of the firms. Firms and co-partnerships entered into for show purposes will not be recognized by the association, but cattle bred by a member of the firm or company shall be considered as bred by the company. Should temporary sale or transfer of a show animal be discovered, the exhibitor and proper owner may be barred from any and all future shows. 5. Every female over twenty-four months old must have produced a living calf within twelve (12) months or prove to be with calf. Every bull thirty-six months must have dropped to his service a calf within twelve months previous to the opening dates of this show to be eligible to compete. A Freemartin heifer shall be barred from showing until she has become of age as to have proven a breeder. No animal which is not exhibited and shown in single classes shall be permitted to show in groups. 6. Any exhibitor making a false or misleading statement, exhibiting cattle that have been artificially fitted or treated, showing an animal out of the proper class, substituting one animal for another without proper correction of records at the cattle superintendents office before entering the ring or for any other dishonorable practice, shall forfeit all premiums. If payments to exhibitors have been made before the evidence is given that such violations have occurred, the exhibitors must refund the premium money so forfeited to the Richland County Fair Board of the State of Ohio or be barred from showing at the Richland County Fair in the future. 7. The judge may, at his option, require any cow to be milked while in the ring or before the awards are made. 8. All animals must be shown in their proper class and may only be shown in one class – except championship and group classes. 9. Judges must not award a prize to any unworthy exhibit. It is the intention of the management that no premium or distinction of any kind shall be given any animal that is not deserving. 10. Get of Sire consist of three animals of any age or sex the get of one sire, not more than one male. Beef cattle consist of four animals. 11. Production of dam shall consist of two animals of any age or sex, the produce of one cow. 12. Exhibitors must specify on entry blank the number of animals entered. 13. Purity of blood as established by pedigree, symmetry, size, early maturity and general characteristics of the several breeds of all animals to be considered. The judge will make proper allowance for age, feeding and other circumstance. 14. Each breed to be shown separately for champion. 15. Do not make entries in Championship classes.

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DEPARTMENT 6 – SWINE Superintendent: Josh Hoffman 419.571.6573

Asst. Superintendent: Scott Wagner & Jim Bly

Competition open to the STATE – Judging Monday at 7pm. Entry fee of 10% of 1st Place per head will be charged. Two entries per exhibitor allowed. Wood chip bedding must be used. Pens must be cleaned by noon Wednesday. Livestock entries will be accepted as long as accommodations are available up to closing date. Thereafter, entries will be promptly returned to sender. All animals entered in Section 1 are automatically entered in Section 2. NO HOGS ARE TO BE SHOWN WITH OIL OR POWDER USED FOR GROOMING SUBSTANCE. NO OTHER SUBSANCE THAT WILL CAUSE HOGS TO OVERHEAT MAY BE USED. No hogs shall have body hair clipped shorter than ½ inch. Ears and tails can be clipped shorter. All hogs must be in place by Saturday between 8am and 6pm and will be weighed after the Junior Fair swine weigh-in. For safety reasons, no showman under 5 years of age. SECTION 1 – CARCASS “ON FOOT” CLASS: PREMIUMS:

Ribbons & Trophies only

GRAND CHAMPION Trophy Sponsor is: Dave Grauer, Twin Oaks Hog Farm RESERVE CHAMPION Trophy Sponsor is: Broerman’s Crop Insurance, Mike Oehlhof and Benji Lynch, Agents Boars and Gilts of all breeds may compete in this section. Carcass “On Foot” Class will be judged Monday at 7pm. Hogs must weigh 200-275 lbs. SECTION 2 – CARCASS “ON RAIL” CLASS

PREMIUM & TROPHYS donated by The Garry Bly Family at The Crying Bridge Ranch, Ganges, Ohio. “In Memory Of My Sweet Annie” First Place: Second Place: Third Place: Fourth Place”

Trophy & $150.00 Trophy & $100.00 $60.00 $50.00

Fifth Place: $40.00 Sixth Place: $30.00 Seventh Place: $20.00

Hogs will be shipped to Heffelfinger Meats, Inc., in Jeromesville, for processing on Tuesday following “On Foot” class. NOTE: This year Heffelfinger Meats will only accept a total of 35 head. A small fee for trucking and a $5 per head processing charge will be deducted from hog checks. To qualify, carcasses must be: Minimum length of 29.5 inches, maximum of 1.2 inches back fat at the 10th rib, minimum 4.5 square inch loin eye, minimum 150 lbs., carcass weight. Placement will be made on two factors, first being the percentage of ham and loin and second being a usability factor based on the color and overall appearance of the meat. These two factors combined will be used to determine final placing's. Meat placing's of carcasses by Heffelfinger Meats will be final. Data and placing will be posted in the swine barn as soon as possible.

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ORIENTAL 68. Black Sumatra 69. Spanish FRENCH 70. Mottled Houdans 72. Araucanas 71. Modern Games, any 73. A.O.V. Large Fowl

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SECTION 2 – BANTAMS AMERICAN Barred Rock 9. Buff Wyandotte White 10. Partridge Wyandotte Sil. P. Rock 11. Sil. Lace Wyandotte Partridge Rock 12. Bl. Wyandotte A.O.V. Rock 13. Sil. Pen. Wyandotte S.C.R.I. Red 14. Columbian Wyandotte R.C.R.I. Red 15. A.O.V. Wyandotte White Wyandotte

16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

ASIATIC Lt. Brahmas Dk. Brahmas Buff Brahmas White Cochins Black Cochins

21. 22. 23. 24.

28. 29. 30. 31.

Buff Cochins Partridge Cochins Mottled Cochins A.O.V. Cochins

27. Wt. Lace Red Cornish

MEDITERRANEAN S.C.L.T. Br. Leg 32. S.C. Dr. Br. Leg R.C. Lt. Br. Leg 33. Silver Leghorn S.C. Wh. Leg 34. A.O.V. Hamburg R.C. Wh. Leg

36. A.O.V. Hamburg

POLISH 37. Wh. Cr. Black Polish 38. White Polish

39. Buff Polish 40. A.O.V. Hamburg

FRENCH 41. Mottled Houdan

42. 43. 44. 45.

51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57.

ORNAMENTAL Silver Sebrights Gold Sebrights Black Rosecomb White Rosecomb White Silkies A.O.V. Silkies Mille Fleur

58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

Black Japs White Japs Bl. Tailed Wh. Japs Grey Japs Antwerp Belgians Black Belgians A.O.V. Belgians

SECTION 4 – GEESE Goose Young Goose Gander Young Gander 1. Embden 6. Pilgrim 2. White China 7. Egyptian 3. Brown China 8. Buff 4. Toulouse 9. Sebastopol 5. African 10. A.O.V. Geese

HAMBURG 35. S.S. Hamburg

OLD ENGLISH Sil. Duckling Old English B.B. Red Old English White Old English Black Old English A.O.V. Old English

SECTION 3 – DUCKS Duck Young Duck Drake Young Drake 1. Rouen 10. Crested White 2. White Muscovy 11. A.O.V. Crested 3. Colored Muscovy 12. White Runner 4. Mallard 13. A.O.V. Runner 5. White Call 14. Buff 6. Gray Call 15. Blue Swede 7. A.O.V. Call 16. Khaki Campbell 8. Aylesbury 17. East Indie 9. Cayuga 18. A.O.V. Ducks

ENGLISH

25. Cark Cornish 26. White Cornish

46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

GAMES Birchen Modern Games B.B. Rd. Modern Games White Modern Games A.O.V. Modern Games

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RABBIT ENTRY ONLY (OPEN) A.R.B.A. OFFICIAL SHOW ENTRY AND REPORT ENTRY NO.

DATE OF SHOW

EXHIBITOR/OWNER

RABBITRY NAME

ADDRESS CITY

STATE

ZIP

PHONE NO. DO YOU DESIRE RIBBONS, IF APPLICABLE

YES

NO

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY COOP

BREED AND VARIETY

EAR NUMBER

SEX and CLASS

ENTRY FEE

NO. IN CLASS

PLACE

Total Entry Fee $

POINTS

Total Cash Payback $

Display Awards 1.

Sponsoring Club

2.

Show Location

3.

Show Secretary

TOTAL POINTS RABBIT ENTRY ONLY (OPEN) 42

CASH

SPECIALS


DEPARTMENT 10 - AGRICULTURE & HORTICULTURE Superintendent: Mary Kay Steele – 419.347.2662

Asst. Superintendent: Vince & Jennifer Rehburg - 419.564.8849

ENTRY FEE: .25 PER ENTRY OPEN ONLY TO RICHLAND COUNTY RESIDENTS. Premiums paid only on articles listed and will be forfeited if exhibits are removed early. Exhibits are to be brought in the Saturday before the fair, starting at noon and on table in place by 5:00 pm. NOTE TIME CHANGE. Please Note: Only one entry, per class number, per exhibitor. OPEN JUDGING: First Sunday at 9:00am. Exhibits must be removed Sunday, day after fair closes between 8am & noon. All items must be picked up by Tuesday after the fair or they will be discarded. The exhibitor must have grown articles in this class since August 1 of last year. Articles to be from exhibitors own garden plot, not to be taken from a community garden. PREMIER EXHIBITOR: Rosette for the exhibitor winning the most blue ribbons. BEST OF SHOW: Rosette and $5.00 for exhibitor with the best single entry. BEST DISPLAY: Ribbon will be given per judge’s decision. We appreciate and Thank All Exhibitors.

SECTION 1 – GRAIN All grain & seed must be labeled & named true to variety and a product of this agricultural year. Seed and grain to be shown in glass quart containers. CLASS 1. Best display of Field Corn not to exceed 3 varieties, 4 ears each 2. 4 ears Field Corn, any variety 3. 4 ears Ohio Hybrid 4. 4 ears Dekalb 5. 4 ears Yellow Corn 6. 4 ears Indian Corn 7. Best display Sweet Corn, 4 ears each variety, limit 3 varieties 8. 4 ears Golden Sweet Corn 9. 4 ears Golden Sunshine Sweet Corn 10. 4 ears Yellow Country Gentlemen Sweet Corn 11. 4 ears White Country Gentlemen Sweet Corn 12. 4 ears White Evergreen Sweet Corn 13. 4 ears Golden Evergreen Sweet Corn 14. 4 ears Early White Sweet Corn 15. 4 ears Hybrid Sweet Corn 16. 3 heads Broom Corn 17. Head Cane 18. Any other variety corn not listed 19. Wheat, any variety 20. White Oats 21. Clinton Oats 22. Rye, any variety 23. Barley 24. Silver Hull Buckwheat 25. Timothy 26. Mammoth Clover Seed 27. Medium Clover Seed 28. Alsike Clover Seed 29. Soy Beans 30. Speltz 31. Best of Class

PREMIUMS $5.00 $4.00 $2.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $5.00 $4.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 $4.00 $3.00 $1.00 Rosette and $5.00

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DEPARTMENT 10- AGRICULTURE & HORTICULTURE – Cont. SECTION 2 – POTATOES Premium: 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $1.00 Potato Exhibits to be shown on plate of 5 1. Kennebec 2. Yukon Gold 3. Early Ohio 4. Irish Cobbler 5. Rural Russet 6. Katahdin 7. Red Viking 8. Chippewa 9. Red Pontiac 10. Norland 11. Superior 12. Sweet Potatoes or Yams 13. Any other variety - NOT listed 14. Best display, 3 varieties (labeled) 4 potatoes each plate $8.00 $5.00 $1.00 15. Grand Champion (no entry needed, winners of First premium eligible) Rosette & $5.00 SECTION 3 – OTHER VEGETABLES Premium: 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $1.00

25. Plate of 4 green peppers sweet 26. Plate of 4 yellow banana peppers 27. Plate of 4 medium hot peppers 28. Plate of 4 chili, jalapeno or cayenne peppers 29. Plate of 4 hot peppers, any other variety not listed 30. Plate of 4 pickling cucumber 31. Plate of 4 slicing cucumbers 32. Bunch celery, with root washed 33. 4 stems rhubarb with bottom and 4” of top 34. Plate of 4 purple turnips 35. Plate of 4 kohlrabi 36. 12 pods wax beans 37. 12 pods green beans (bush) 38. 12 pods green beans (pole) 39. Plate of carrots, washed tops trimmed - 4” 40. 12 pods lima beans, 6 open 41. Egg Plant 42. Quart of lima beans, dry 43. Plate of 2 best leaks 44. 3 bulbs garlic – stem on - 4” 45. Best herb specimen, named (Bring bottle for display) 46. 3 stems elderberries 47. Pint of Ground cherries 48. Best of Class Rosette and $5.00

Please label variety on plates for all vegetables, if known 1. Best head, flat cabbage, trimmed 2. Best head round cabbage, trimmed 3. Best head red cabbage, trimmed 4. Plate of 4 beets, tops trimmed 5. Plate of 4 yellow cooking onions, outer skins removed, washed with roots, tops trimmed 6. Plate of 4 yellow slicing onions, outer skins removed, washed with roots, tops trimmed 7. Plate of 4 white cooking onions, outer skins removed, washed with roots, tops trimmed 8. Plate of 4 white slicing onions, outer skins removed, washed with roots, tops trimmed 9. Plate of 4 red onions, outer skins removed, washed with roots, tops trimmed 10. Plate of 4 largest onions, any variety, outer skins removed, washed with roots, tops trimmed 11. Plate of 4 best early variety tomatoes, stems off 12. Plate of 4 best late variety tomatoes, stems off 13. Plate of 4 best yellow tomatoes, stems off 14. Plate of 4 best paste tomatoes, stems off 15. Plate of 4 best cherry tomatoes, stems off 16. Plate of 4 best heirloom tomatoes (all same variety) stems off, ONLY one variety can be displayed.

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DEPARTMENT 10- AGRICULTURE & HORTICULTURE – Cont. SECTION 4 FOUR APPLES CONSIDERED A PLATE PREMIUM:

1st - $4.00

1. Melrose 2. Red Delicious 3. Golden Delicious 4. Grimes Golden 5. Rome Beauty 6. Jonathan

2nd - $3.00

SECTION 6 – JUNIORS

3rd - $1.00

Ages up to and including 16 years of age. Age must be stated on entry form and ticket. Class A - 6 & under. Class B – 7 thru 10 yrs. Class C - 11 thru 16 yrs. Entry dates same as adults. Junior exhibits must be brought in and placed on table by Junior Exhibitor.

7. Ida Red 8. Lodi 9. Cortland 10. Crab Apple 11. Any other not listed 12. Plate of largest apples

PREMIUM:

1st - $4.00

2nd - $3.00

3rd - $2.00

1. Best plate of 6 pods green beans

13. Best apple display, five varieties to be displayed on individual plates with 4 apples on each for a total of 20 apples, labeled $5.00 $4.00 $2.00 14. Best of Class Rosette and $5.00

2. Best plate on 3 early tomatoes 3. Best plate of 5 different vegetables 4. Best of show

Rosette & $5.00

SECTION 5 – MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUM:

1st - $4.00

2nd - $3.00

3rd - $1.00

1. Display of 4 white peaches 2. Plate of 4 Golden Jubilee 3. Plate of 4 other variety peaches 4. Display of 4 pears 5. Display of 3 bunches of grapes 6. Display of 4 plums 7. Best cantaloupe 8. Best watermelon 9. Heaviest head of cabbage, trimmed 10. Heaviest Cucumber 11. Heaviest tomato 12. Heaviest kohlrabi 13. Largest sunflower head 14. Largest pumpkin 15. Heaviest Zucchini 16. Heaviest Potato 17. Longest green bean 18. Heaviest Squash 19. Heaviest Red Beet, top off 20. Heaviest sweet potato or yam 21. Heaviest turnip 22. Best Pint of light maple syrup 23. Best Pint of amber maple syrup 24. Best Pint of dark maple syrup 25. Best grouping of BOTH fruits $10.00 $8.00 $4.00 and vegetables (at least 10). Display will be judged on quality of contents, originality and attractiveness 26. Dress a scarecrow $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 (Theme most original) RULES: Must bring own material. All material must be securely attached as we cannot be responsible for lost or stolen items. Areas not to exceed 40 inches wide will be assigned for each scarecrow. Scarecrow must be free standing or sitting and made by exhibitor. 27. Ugliest/oddest Vegetable

SECTION 7- HONEYBEES & PRODUCTS OF THE HIVE RULES: 1. One entry per class per exhibitor 2. Honey to have been produced not earlier than previous year 3. All products entered shall be the property of and have been produced by the exhibitor 4. Exhibitor Note: limited to Richland County 5. Exhibits to be brought in the Saturday before the Fair starting at noon and in place by 6:00 pm. 6. Judging the first Sunday at 9:00 am 7. See rules for Agriculture and Horticulture Dept.

PREMIUM: 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 1. 2 one pound glass queen line jars of light honey

3rd - $1.00

2. 2 one pound glass queen line jars of amber honey 3. 2 one pound glass queen line jars of dark honey 4. 2 sections of comb honey 5. 2 cakes of cut honey – 12 oz. min. in clear plastic container 6. One frame of honey 7. 1 one pound (approx) beeswax 8. 1 frame of bees with marked queen and brood in observation hive 9. Best of Class (Class 1 – 8)

$7.00 $5.00 $3.00 Rosette and $5.00

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DEPARTMENT 10 – AGRICULTURE & HORTICULTURE – Cont. HONEY BAKED GOODS To be displayed in Honey exhibit area with Section 7 classes. At least 25% of sweetener used must be honey. Each entry must be accompanied by a copy of the recipe, printed or typed on a 3” X 5” card. In class 16 (Pies), rules apply only to the filling. Icings are not to be considered in judging. Exhibitor will furnish paper plate and clear cellophane covering for each entry. *EXHIBITORS NOTE: limited to Richland County. Only one entry per exhibitor per class. After judging a portion of each loaf of bread, pie or cake and 2 rolls or muffins must be left on exhibit, remainder may be picked up by exhibitor after judging. Premiums will be forfeited if items are removed early. Honey Baked Goods will be judged by the “Honey” judge. General appearance Flavor Texture (grain, uniform, color, moisture) Lightness PREMIUM:

1. Yeast bread 2. Quick bread 3. Rolls 4. Muffins 5. Cookies 6. Brownies 7. Cakes

1ST - 4.00

2ND - $3.00

20 ponts 35 points 30 points 15 points

3RD - $1.00

8. Pies 9. Any product using 100% honey as a sweetener 10. Best of Class (Classes 9 - 17) 11. Best of Show for All - Section 7 Rosette and $5.00

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DEPARTMENT 11 – HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT Superintendent: Bob Watts – 419.545.1105

Entry Fee: .25 per entry One entry per exhibitor for each class number. Competition is open to ALL Richland County but NOT limited to Richland County. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE HOMEMADE AND NO COMMERCIAL MIXES UNLESS STATED. After judging, a portion of each entry will be kept for exhibit. Remaining baked goods may be taken home after 5 p.m.. All canned fruits, vegetables and meats should be put in standard one QUART canning jars with new lids and rings. No decorated jars or fancy lids will be accepted. Judge reserves the right to open jars at random. In SECTION 2, the ‘Pickle and Relish Display’ should be in pint jars. All food must have been processed according to standard approved safe methods. Premiums will be paid only on articles listed and will be forfeited if articles are removed early. Articles must be brought in the Saturday before the fair between Noon and 6:00 p.m.. Judging is the first Sunday at 9 a.m.. Entries must be removed Sunday (day after fair closes) between 8 a.m. and Noon. All entries must be picked up by Tuesday after the fair or they will be discarded. Please report to the superintendent or helpers before removals. SECTION 1 – CANNED FRUITS – QUART JARS ONLY Premiums: First $2.50 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Second $1.50

Apples Applesauce Apple pie Filling Apricots Blackberries

6. Black Cherries 7. Red Sour Cherries 8. Elderberries 9. Yellow Peaches 10. Pears

Third $1.00 11. Black Raspberries 12. Red Raspberries 13. Mixed Fruit 14. Display of four varieties of fruit in quart jars. $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 15. Best of Class – Fruit (single jar) “Rosette”

SECTION 2 - CANNED VEGETABLES - QUART JARS ONLY Premiums: First $2.50

16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Green Beans Yellow Wax Beans Lima Bean Red Beets Cauliflower Corn Carrots Onions Peas Hot Peppers

Second $1.50

26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35.

Sweet Peppers Bread & Butter Pickles Dill Pickles Sweet Pickles Pickled Mixed Vegetables Rhubarb Pumpkin Sauerkraut Sweet Potatoes White Potatoes

Third $1.00

36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41.

Red Tomatoes Tomato Juice Vegetable Soup Spaghetti Sauce Salsa (pint jar) Pickle & Relishes 4 min—4 max varieties in pint jars - $3.00, $2.00, $1.00 42. Display of four varieties of vegetables in quart jars—$3.00, $2.00, $1.00 43. Best of Class—Vegetables single jar - ”Rosette”

SECTION 3 - CANNED MEATS - QUART JARS ONLY Premiums: First - $2.50 44. 45. 46. 47. 48.

Beef Steak Boiling Beef Hamburger Chicken Pork Sausage

49. 50. 51. 52. 53.

Second - $1.50

Pork Shoulder Pork Tenderloin Spare Ribs Turkey Ham

Third - $1.00 54. Ham & Bean Soup 55. Display of six varieties of meat quart jars - $3.00, $2.00, $1.00 56. Best of Class - Canned Meats single jar - “Rosette”

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DEPARTMENT 11 - HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT Cont’d. SECTION 4 – JELLIES - SEALED STANDARD JELLY JARS Premiums: First - $2.00 57. 58. 59. 60.

Apple Blackberry Black Raspberry Cherry

61. 62. 63. 64.

Second - $1.50

Elderberry Grape Red Currant Strawberry

Third - $1.00 65. Display of four varieties $3.00, $2.00, $1.00 66. Best of Class - Jellies single jar - “Rosette”

SECTION 5 - PRESERVES - SEALED STANDARD JELLY JARS Premiums: First - $2.00

67. 68. 69. 70. 71.

Blackberry Black Raspberry Cherry Peach Red Raspberry

72. 73. 74. 75.

PREMIUMS FOR SECTIONS 6 - 11: First—$2.50

Second - $1.50

Strawberry Apple Butter Pepper Butter Display of four varieties $3.00, $2.00 $1.00

Second - $1.50

Third - $1.00

76. Best of Class—Preserves single jar - “Rosette” 77. Display of Assorted Canned Goods (1 each of 5 varieties - Meat - Potatoes Vegetables - Fruit - Jelly) $3.00, $2.00, $1.00 78. Best of Show - Canned Goods single jar - “Rosette” & Gift Certificate Third - $1.00

SECTION 6– CANDY 9 - 1” pieces to be displayed on a paper plate in a clear ziplock bag.

79. Peanut Butter Cups - Buckeyes 80. Chocolate Fudge 81. White Fudge

82. Peanut Butter Fudge 83. Peanut Brittle 1/2 lb. 84. Molded Mints

85. Favorite Fudge (list kind on tag) 86. Best of Class - Candy - “Rosette”

SECTION 7 – YEAST BREADS To be displayed in a ziplock bag. 87. Loaf Bread (white) 88. Loaf Bread (wheat 89. French Bread

90. Coffee Cake (yeast - iced or uniced) 91. Pecan Rolls (6 on a plate) 92. Plain Rolls ( 6 on a plate)

93. Cinnamon Rolls (6 on a plate) 94. Best of Class - Yeast Breads - “Rosette”

SECTION 8 – QUICK BREADS To be displayed on a paper plate in a clear ziplock bag. 95. 96. 97. 98.

Banana Nut Bread Date Bread Ginger Bread Nut Bread

99. Pumpkin Bread 100. Zucchini Bread 101. Fruit Bread - any flavor 102. Dry Noodles (1/2lb in plastic bag)

103. Coffee Cake (cake type - iced or uniced in 8 by 8 pan) 104. Best of Class - Quick Breads—”Rosette”

SECTION 9 - MUFFINS 6 to be displayed on a paper plate in a clear ziplock bag. 105. Bran 106. Banana 107. Blueberry

108. Pumpkin 109. Coffee Cake Type 110. Corn

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DEPARTMENT 11 - HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT Cont’d. SECTION 10 - COOKIES No cookies are to be iced except Cut Outs. 6 cookies to be displayed on a paper plate in a clear ziplock bag. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118.

Bar Type (list kind on tag) Brownies Butterscotch Chocolate Chip Cut Outs - iced and decorated (list kind on tag)

119. 120. 121. 122. 123.

Ginger Oatmeal Peanut Butter Sugar Sandwich Style (list kind on tag)

124. Decorated Cookie Jar, any theme using a wide mouth quart jar filled with homemade cookies 125. Best of Class - Cookies - “Rosette”

SECTION 11 - PIES To be baked in an 8 or 9 inch disposable tin. To be displayed in a clear ziplock bag. 126. 127. 128. 129.

Apple Blackberry Cherry Elderberry

130. 131. 132. 133.

Peach Black Raspberry Rhubarb Pecan

134. Blueberry 135. Favorite Pie - needing no refrigeration (list kind on tag) 136. Best of Class - Pies - “Rosette”

SECTTION 12 - CAKES To be displayed on cardboard or disposable plate, and covered. ALL cakes must be made from scratch except Favorite Cake. Premiums: First - $3.50

Second - $2.50

EXCEPT CLASSES: 144, 146 & 148 - First - $4.50 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142.

Angel Food - not iced Red Velvet Layer Bundt Cake - any flavor Chocolate Layer Chiffon - not iced Coconut Layer

143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148.

Second - $3.50

Third - $1.50

Third - $2.50

German Chocolate Layer Hickory Nut Layer White Layer Walnut Layer Spice Layer Pecan Layer

149. Yellow Layer 150. Carrot Layer 151. Favorite Layer Cake - using a box mix (list kind on tag) 152. Best of Class - Cakes - “Rosette” 153. Best of Show - Candy & Baked Goods “Rosette” and Gift Certificate

SECTION 13 - SPECIAL CLASS Premiums: First - $10.00

Second - $7.50

Third - $5.00

154. Fair Manager’s Sweet Tooth Box Box - Maximum size 14 x 20 x 3 1.) Make box attractive - let your imagination go wild 2.) Box must be completely wrapped in cellophane 3.) First Place winner will present his or her box to the Fair Manager Sunday evening after judging Guide Line - Items to be in box 1.) Cookies - 2 to 3 kinds or more 2.) Candy - 2 to 3 kinds or more 3.) Quick Breads - 5 x 3 loaf size—1 or more

Judging Guide Lines 1.) Attractiveness 2.) Taste

4.) Muffins / Cupcakes - 2 of each kind 5.) Anything else—whatever is sweet that would go nice

40% 40%

3.) Texture 4.) Quality

10% 10%

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CAKE DECORATION

Simulated bases (styrofoam , cardboard, etc.) should be used in Sections 14, 15 and 16. Entire display not to exceed an area 30” x 30” square. Frostings must be edible. Premiums:

First - $6.00

Second - $4.00

Third - $3.00

SECTION 14 - CAKE DECORATION - NON PROFESSIONAL 155. Children’s Birthday Cake 156. Other Party Cake

157. Wedding Cake - 3 tiers or more 158. Best of Class / “Rosette” & Gift Certificate SECTION 15 - CAKE DECORATION - PROFESSIONAL

159. Children’s Birthday Cake 160. Other Party Cake

161. Wedding Cake - 3 tiers of more 162. Best of Class / “Rosette” SECTION 16 - CHILDREN TO AGE 14

163. Children’s Birthday Cake 164. Other Party Cake

165. Super Hero - Nursery Rhyme 166. Best of Class / “Rosette”

SECTION 17 - 19TH ANNUAL PIE DAY PIE AUCTION 5 PM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2013 Premiums: First Place in each class $4.00 and Ribbon. Grand Champion - $15.00 and Rosette; Reserve Champion—$10.00 and Rosette. Money received at auction to be divided 40% to exhibitor, 60% to Arts and Crafts Building. RULES: 1. Make entry on entry form by closing date. Entries to be in place by 2pm Wednesday in the Arts and Crafts Building. NO EXCEPTIONS! 2. Each exhibitor limited to four entries. 3. NO added ingredients beyond the class description allowed. 4. Pies must be made from scratch. No ready-made pie crusts or mixes allowed. 5. Judging pies at 2:30pm Wednesday. 6. Auction sale at 5pm Wednesday in the Arts and Crafts Building. 7. Pies to be presented in aluminum foil pans. Please have pies cooled an in ziplock bags. Entry tag to be taped to the top of the ziplock bag so auctioneer can quickly and easily read it. 8. Pies to be judged on flavor, texture of crust, texture of filling and general appearance. Classes: 1. Apple 2. Peach 3. Cherry 4. Mince 5. Raspberry

6. Blackberry 7. Elderberry 8. Pecan 9. Lemon Meringue, needing no refrigeration 10. Favorite (kind of pie stated on entry form) Must not be in classes 1 - 9. NO EXCEPTIONS

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DEPARTMENT 12 – NEEDLEWORK Superintendent: Bob Watts, 419.545.1105 ENTRY FEE: .25 PER ENTRY Open to ALL Richland County but NOT limited to Richland County. All articles must be clean, in good condition, and never been shown in any previous Richland County Fairs. Pictures are taken each year. All others will be rejected. No exhibit will be received in this department by express freight or mail. Exhibitors must bring their exhibits in person or have someone do it for them. NO PURCHASED items can compete. No exhibitor permitted to enter more than one article under one class number. Articles MUST be checked in and in place the Saturday before the fair between NOON & 6:00 pm. Pickup time is Sunday after the fair between 8:00 am and NOON. If removed early, premiums will be forfeited. Please report to superintendent before removal. Gift Certificates will be given of BEST OF CLASS - Counted Cross Stitch pictures, BEST OF SHOW Yarn, and BEST OF CLASS - Quilts. PREMIUMS for Section 1 & 2:

First $5.00

Second $4.00

Third $3.00

SECTION 1: QUILTS 1. Applique Quilt, new cotton, adult hand quilted, single thru king size 2. Applique Quilt, new cotton, adult machine quilted, single thru king size 3. Embroidered Quilt, new cotton, adult hand quilted, single thru king size 4. Embroidered Quilt, new cotton, adult machine quilted, single thru king size 5. Pieced Quilt, new cotton, adult hand quilted, single thru king size 6. Pieced Quilt, new cotton, adult machine quilted, single thru king size 7. Pieced Quilt, new cotton, child 8. Embroidered Quilt, new cotton, child 9. Printed Quilt, new cotton, child 10. Any other new cotton Quilt – Adult NOT listed above 11. Any other new cotton Quilt – Child’s NOT listed above 12. Pieced Quilt, new cotton made by 2 or more people 13. Pieced Knotted Comforter, adult 14. Pieced Knotted Comforter, child 15. Pieced Lap Size Quilt 16. Pieced Miniature Replica Quilt, up to 18 inches 17. Best of Class – QUILTS AND COMFORTERS – “Rosette” SECTION 2: AFGHANS – crocheted, knitted – BEDSPREADS 18. Afghan crocheted, shell pattern, adult 19. Afghan crocheted, granny squares, adult 20. Afghan crocheted, ripple, adult 21. Afghan crocheted, mile-a-minute, adult 22. Afghan stitch, with or without embroidery, adult 23. Afghan crocheted, scrap yarn, adult 24. Afghan crocheted, popcorn, adult 25. Afghan crocheted, motifs, adult 26. Afghan crocheted, any other pattern NOT listed above, adult 27. Bedspread, crocheted 28. Afghan knit, adult 29. Afghan knit, fancy (lace, aran), adult 30. Best of Class: AFGHANS CROCHETED, KNITTED, & BEDSPREADS – “Rosette” PREMIUMS for Sections 3 – 13:

First $4.00

Second $3.00

SECTION 3: ITEMS FOR THE HOME 31. Placemats, 2, pieced & quilted 32. Placemat, 2, crocheted. 33. Placemats, pieced & quilted, any Holiday 34. Placemats, 2, crocheted, any Holiday. 35. Table Topper, pieced & Quilted. 51

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DEPARTMENT 12 - NEEDLEWORK Cont’d. SECTION 3: ARTICLES FOR THE HOME Cont’d. 36. Table Topper, crocheted, 37. Pillow Cases, pair, hand embroidered.

38. Pillow Cases, pair, machine embroidered. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49.

Pot Holders, pair, crocheted usable, mounted on cardboard Pot Holders, pair, quilted usable, mounted on cardboard Pot Holders, pair, NOT listed above, mounted on cardboard Dishcloths, pair, crocheted Dishcloths, pair knitted Tablecloth, crocheted Tablecloth, knitted Best of Class – ITEMS FOR THE HOME – class 31 – 45 – “Rosette” Doilies, crocheted, 11” & under, mounted on cardboard Doilies, crocheted, 12” – 18”, mounted on cardboard Doilies, crocheted, 19: & over, mounted on cardboard

PILLOW TOPS ON PILLOWS (not over 16: in any direction) 50. Pillow Top, pieced & quilted, on pillow 51. Pillow Top, crocheted, on pillow 52. Pillow Top, knitted, on pillow 53. Pillow Top, Holiday, on pillow 54. Pillow Top, created from old memorabilia 55. Pillow Top, any other NOT listed above or elsewhere RUGS: 56. Rug, crocheted 57. Rug, loom woven 58. Rug, latch hook 59. Rug, hooked wool rug – Primitive or Folk art 60. Rug, any other NOT listed above 61.Best of Class – ITEMS FOR THE HOME – Class 47 – 60 – “Rosette” SECTION 4: CROCHETED BABY 62. Afghan, rectangle or square 63. Afghan, circular 64. Baby Cocoons 65. Crocheted 3pc. Infant set of sweater, hat & booties 66. Crocheted Infant Sweater 67.Best of Class - CROCHETED BABY – “Rosette” SECTION 5: KNITTED BABY 68. Knit, afghan, rectangle or square 69. Knit, afghan, circular 70. Knit, baby cocoon 71. Knitted 3pc infant set of sweater, hat & booties 72. Knit, infant sweater 73. Best of Class: KNITTED BABY – “Rosette” SECTION 6: CROCHETED ARTICLES 74. Crocheted Dress, child 75. Crocheted Sweater, child 76. Crocheted Sweater, adult 77. Crocheted Vest, child 78. Crocheted Vest, adult

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DEPARTMENT 12 - NEEDLEWORK Cont’d. SECTION 6: CROCHETED ARTICLE Cont’d. 79. Crocheted Shawl 80. Crocheted Stole 81. Crocheted Cape 82. Crocheted Poncho 83. Crocheted Purse or Tote Bag 84. Crocheted Hat & Scarf Set, child 85. Crocheted Hat & Scarf Set, adult 86. Crocheted Hat, child 87. Crocheted Hat, adult 88. Crocheted Scarf, child 89. Crocheted Scarf, adult 90. Crocheted Slippers 91. Crocheted Socks 92. Crocheted Gloves or Mittens 93. Best of Class – CROCHETING – “Rosette” SECTION 7: KNITTED ARTICLES 94. Knit Dress, child 95. Knit Sweater, child 96. Knit Sweater, adult 97. Knit Vest, child 98. Knit Vest, adult 99. Knit Shawl 100. Knit Cape 101. Knit Poncho 102. Knit Purse or Tote Bag 103. Knit Hat & Scarf set, child 104. Knit Hat & Scarf set, adult 105. Knit Hat, child 106. Knit Hat, adult 107. Knit Scarf, child 108. Knit Scarf, adult 109. Knitted Stole / Wrap 110. Knitted Slippers 111. Knitted Socks 112. Knitted Gloves or Mittens 113. Best of Class: KNITTING – “Rosette” SECTION 8: CLOTHING AND ACCESSORY ARTICLES 114. Purse or Tote Bag, fabric, home constructed 115. Apron, full or half 116. Sweatshirts, any type except counted cross-stitch 117. Shirts or Blouses, woven fabric, any size 118. Dress, any fabric, child; thru adult 119. Sports Clothing, child, thru adult 120. Sleepware, child thru adult 121. Vest or Jacket, pieced & quilted 122. Vest or Jacket, any other type 123. Best of Class: CLOTHING AND ACCESSORY – “Rosette”

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DEPARTMENT 12 - NEEDLEWORK Cont’d. SECTION 9 – COUNTED CROSS-STITCH PICTURE (framed, any size, wire hanger). 124. Floral 125. Animal 126. People 127. Landscape 128. Sampler 129. Verse or Saying 130. Still Life 131. Halloween 132. Christmas 133. Patriotic or Americana 134. Wedding or Birth Announcement. 135. Any other type cross-stitch picture NOT listed above. 136. Best of Class – COUNTED CROSS-STITCH PICTURE - “Rosette” SECTION 10 – MISC. COUNTED CROSS-STITCH ITEMS. 137. Blanket 138. Sweatshirt, vest or jacket using tear away canvas 139. Pillow Top on pillow 140. Pillow Cases, pair 141. Guest Towels, pair 142. Placemats, pair 143. Christmas Stocking 144. Bookmarks, set of 2 145. Best of Class – MISC. COUNTED CROSS-STITCH – “Rosette”

SECTION 11 – OTHER TYPE NEEDLE HANDWORK (framed, any size, wire hanger) Includes but not limited to Crewel Floss Embroidery, Ribbon Embroidery, Stamped Cross-Stitch, Needlepoint. 146. Floral 147. Animal 148. Landscape 149. People 150. Sampler 151. Verse or Saying 152. Still life 153. Any Holiday 154. Wedding or Birth announcement. 155. Any other type needle handwork picture NOT listed above. 156. Best of Class OTHER TYPE NEEDLE HANDWORK – “Rosette” SECTION 12 - MISCELLANEOUS 157. Crocheted wall hanging 158. Pieced & Quilted wall hanging 159. Any other type and style wall hanging 160. Crocheted Christmas tree skirt 161. Pieced & Quilted Christmas tree skirt. 162. Any other type and style Christmas tree skirt 163. Doll, fancy crocheted dress, not over 24” in any direction 164. Doll, fancy knitted dress, not over 24” in any direction 165. Doll, fancy fabric dress, not over 24” in any direction 166. Doll, fabric sewn and stuffed, not over 24” in any direction 167. Animal, fabric sewn and stuffed, not over 24” in any direction 168. Fabric bowls, boxes or vases 169. Christmas stocking, crocheted 170. Christmas stoking, pieced & quilted

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DEPARTMET 12 - NEEDLEWORK Cont’d. SECTION 12: MISCELLANEOUS Cont’d. 171. Christmas Stocking, any other 172. Christmas Ornament, set of 3 crocheted 173. Christmas Ornament, set of 3 any other 174. Christmas Doorknob decoration 175. Plastic Canvas, any type, under 24” in any direction 176. Best of Class - MISCELLANEOUS - “Rosette” SECTION 13 – OLD QUILTS AND BABY CLOTHING. 177. Quilts. 25 – 50 years old 178. Quilts, over 50 years old 179. Knotted comforter, over 25 years old 180. Baby Dress, 10 – 30 years old 181. Baby Dress, over 30 years old 182. Baby Boys, 10 – 30 years old 183. Baby Boys, over 30 years old SECTION 14 FOR CHILDREN AGE 12 & UNDER (Children do not need to purchase a membership ticket to enter this section.) 184. Knitted, dishcloth 185. Knitted scarf 186. Knitted slippers 187. Crocheted dishcloth 188. Crocheted scarf 189. Crocheted slippers

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DEPARTMENT 13 – FINE ARTS AND PHOTOGRAPHY For more information call Dean Wells 419.756.6863 AMATEURS ONLY – ALL CLASSES ENTRY FEE: .25 PER ENTRY Rules: YOU ARE NOT AN AMATEUR if you currently, or at any time previously have earned income as a professional with your art or photography, or if you have ever taught art or photography professionally. Exhibits should be the ORIGINAL WORK OF EXHIBITOR, completed within current fair year. Socially controversial subject matter (nudes, drugs, etc.) will not be accepted. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE PREREGISTERED. Department Superintendent reserves the right to deny any entry that does not meet criteria. Entries entered in the wrong class may be moved to the correct class by the superintendent or withdrawn from the competition entirely. Closed Judging is Sunday at 9am. Entry tags must be obtained from the FAIR OFFICE before admittance to department. Entry tag must be attached to the UPPER LEFT HAND CORNER of the entry. Entries are received in the ARTS & CRAFTS BUILDING 12 noon to 4pm on Saturday preceding the fair opening. Late entries will be disqualified. PICK-UP SUNDAY (Closing day of Fair) between 8am and noon. The building will be locked during non-display hours. The Richland County Fair Board provides around the clock security personnel on the fairgrounds, and all reasonable precautions will be taken to protect your entries. However, the Richland County Agricultural Society and the department superintendents accept no responsibility for loss or damage. Any rules written within the Department 13 section take precedence over all other written rules within the fair book. PREMIUMS: Fine Arts Adult, Photography Adult, Fine Arts Youth 11 – 17, Photography 17 & under. 1st $5.00 2nd $4.00

3rd $3.00

Best of Show $5.00 & Rosette

Fine Arts – Youth 10 & Under 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00

3rd $1.00 Best of Show $3.00 & Rosette

FINE ARTS Rules: All entries must be capable of being hung securely. Exhibitor name must not be visible on the entry Entries no larger than 18” X 20”Entries not meeting these requirements will be disqualified.

SECTION 1 – ADULT (18 YEARS OR OLDER) 1. Paintings

Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor

2. Drawings

Pencil, Colored Pencil, Ink, Charcoal, Pastels

3. Mixed Media

Any combination of media

4 Specialty Arts

Any project that does not fit into other categories.

SECTION 2 – CHILDREN (AGE 11 – 17) Rules: Same as Section 1

SECTION 3 – CHILDREN (AGE 10 AND UNDER) Mounted on any stiff backing. No larger than 8”X10” 1. Paintings

2. Drawings

3. Mixed Media 4. Paper Bag Puppets

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PHOTOGRAPHY – Cont’d. RULES: Entry is limited to two (2) per class. All photography must be matted or mounted 8”X 10” (matting not to exceed 11” X 14”) Glass and frames prohibited. Each photograph entry must have its own entry tag. You must enter each photograph individually on the entry form. Photograph may not be entered in more than one class. Computer generated enhanced or altered images or those manipulated electronically or by any other means are not allowed in any class except Digital Manipulation.

Class:

SECTION 7

1. People – the person or persons must be the item of main Interest – Posed or Candid 2. Scenic Landscapes, Seascapes, Sunrise, Sunset 3. Animals Pets, Farm, Wild, Insects, Birds, Reptiles 4. Plant Life Live flowers, Fungus, Trees 5. Still Life A Close-up of any inanimate object 6. Around Ohio Any aspect, scene, or event representing Ohio (Include place and county where taken) 7. Digital Manipulation Any photo with any changes or Enhancements added/deleted.

BLACK & WHITE (DIGITAL) - ADULT (18 & OLDER) Enter as Section 7 with class number listed above.

SECTION 8 COLOR PRINTS – FILM – YOUTH (17 & UNDER) Enter as Section 8 with class number listed above.

SECTION 9 BLACK & WHITE – FILM – YOUTH (17 & UNDER) Enter as Section 9 with class number listed above.

SECTION 4 COLOR PRINTS - FILM- ADULTS (18 & OLDER) Enter as Section 4 with class number listed above.

SECTION 10 COLOR PRINTS – DIGITAL – YOUTH (17 & UNDER) Enter as Section 10 with class number listed above’

SECTION 5 BLACK & WHITE – FILM – ADULTS (18 & OLDER) Enter as Section 5 with class number listed above.

SECTION 11 BLACK & WHITE – DIGITAL– YOUTH (17 & UNDER) Enter as Section 11 with class number listed above.

SECTION 6 COLOR PRINTS (DIGITAL) – ADULT (18 & OLDER) Enter as Section 6 with class number listed above.

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DEPARTMENT 14 – HOBBIES Superintendent – Sally Hoak – 419.566.7144 ENTRY FEE: .25 PER ENTRY Open to all Richland County but not limited to Richland County. Articles must be brought in the Saturday before the fair between noon and 6pm. Pick up entry tags at the Fair Office before placing exhibits. Judging will be the first Sunday at 9 am. Exhibits must be picked up between 8am and Noon the Sunday after fair closes. All items must be picked up by Tuesday after the fair or they will b e discarded. We will not be responsible for items left after that time. Every precaution will be taken, but we cannot be held responsible for theft or breakage. Articles must have been prepared by an amateur exhibitor in the calendar year previous to the fair.

PREMIUMS: 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00 Best of show overall for Hobbies - Rosette SECTION 1 – CERAMICS (handmade) 1. Adults 2. Children (14 & under) SECTION 2 – WOODCRAFTS 1. Toy, painted or unpainted 2. Home Décor, painted or unpainted 3. Basket weaving 4. Miscellaneous 5. Children (14 & under) SECTION 3 - WOODCARVING 1. Waterfowl (ducks & geese) 2. Aquatic (fish) 3. Birds 4. Canes 5. Group carvings 6. Miscellaneous figures in the round, painted or unpainted 7. Relief carving, painted or unpainted 8. Carving 9. Children (16 & under) SECTION 4 – ADULT COLLECTIONS Up to 10 piece maximum – Space limited to 16” 1. Salt & Pepper sets 2. Cup & Saucer sets 3. Cream & Sugar sets 4. Glassware 5. Animals 6. Birds 7. Baseball memorabilia 8. Tins 9. Bells 10. Caps or Hats 11. Bottles 12. Advertising memorabilia 13. Miscellaneous

SECTION 5 – CHILDREN’S COLLECTIONS Up to 10 piece maximum – space limited to 14” 1. Age 4 years & under 2. Age 5 – 6 years 3. Age 7 – 8 years 4. Age 9 – 11 years 5. Age 12 – 14 years SECTION 6 – SCRAPBOOKING (12 x 12 size) One page layout in sleeve protectors, entry tags attached to top left hand corner – NO ALBUMS 1. Wedding 9. 4th of July 2. Baby 10. Halloween 3. Travel 11. Thanksgiving 4. Family 12. School 5. Sports 13. Heritage/Vintage 6. Christmas 14. Miscellaneous 7. Valentine’s Day 15. Children 8. Easter (14 & under) SECTION 7 – HANDMADE GREETING CARD (Insert in ziplock bag for protection & hanging), entry tags attached to top left hand corner. 1. Birthday 8. 4th of July 2. Get Well 9. Halloween 3. Anniversary 10. Thanksgiving 4. Thank You 11. Invitation 5. Christmas 12. Everyday Note 6. Valentine’s Day 13. Children 7. Easter (14 & under) SECTION 8 – GIFT WRAPPING 1. Birthday 2. Christmas 3. Graduation 4. Father’s Day

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DEPARTMENT 14—HOBBIES cont’d.

SECTION 9 – TABLE CENTERPIECES No commercial Arrangements No fresh flowers 1. Valentine’s Day 2. Easter/Religious 3. St. Patrick’s Day 4. Halloween 5. Thanksgiving 6. Christmas 7. Independence Day

8. Father’s Day 9. Mother’s Day 10. Birthday 11. Wedding Shower 12. Baby Shower 13. Children (16 & under)

SECTION 10 – ADULT HANDMADE MISCELLANEOUS - No bigger than 16” 1. Jewelry (mounted on cardboard) 2. Ornaments, set of 6 (no needlework) Stained glass, beads, wire, etc. 3. Decorated picture frame 4. Models – car, truck, train, plane, etc. 5. Other – any handmade item NOT included in any other section. NO needlework

DAILY ACTIVITIES Arts and Crafts Building

Sat. Aug. 3 - Noon – 6pm- All Arts & Crafts Exhibits Except flowers accepted Sun. Aug. 4: 9am Sun. Aug. 4: 3-8 pm

Judging Arts & Crafts exhibits Flower Exhibits accepted

Mon. Aug. 5: 8-11 am Mon, Aug. 5: Noon –

1st Show flowers accepted Open Judging Flower Show

Wed. Aug. 7: Wed. Aug. 7: Wed. Aug. 7: Wed. Aug. 7:

Pie Auction Entries Pie Judging Pie Auction 1st show flowers removed

Noon - 2pm 2:30 pm 5pm 8- 9pm

Thur. Aug. 8: 8 - 11am Thur. Aug. 8: Noon

2nd Show flowers accepted Open Judging flowers

Sun. Aug. 11: 8 – Noon:

Remove all exhibits

SECTION 11 – CHILDREN’S HANDMADE MISCELLANEOUS – Must be made by the child14 Years old & under. 1. Model car, truck, airplane, rocket, etc. 2. Jewelry- mounted, no bigger than 16” 3. T-shirt on hanger, painted, beads, tie dyed, etc. 4. Decorated picture frame

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DEPARTMENT 15 - FLOWERS Superintendent: Pat Wells, 419.756.6863 1st show exhibits accepted first Sunday from 6 – 8 pm and Monday from 8 – 11am 2nd show exhibits accepted Thursday from 8 – 11am Open judging on Monday and Thursday at 12:00 noon ENTRY FEE: .25 PER ENTRY Open to all Richland County amateur growers and arrangers. Exhibitors are required to have an Exhibitor’s ticket that provides them with an Exhibitor’s number and may be purchased at the Fair Board office for $20.00 and includes 8 admittances to the fair. Juniors do not need to purchase an Exhibitor’s ticket unless they are entering the adult division, but must have an Exhibitor’s number that is provided when entries are made. Entry tags must be picked up at the Fair Board Office. All entries must be passed by the Entries committee before placing in show. Assistance will be provided to bring in entries from the EAST gate to the Arts and Crafts Building on Monday and Thursday from 8 – 11 am. Contact the superintendent if you need this service. 419-756-6863 Entries in sections 1, 5 and 9 must be removed Wednesday between 8:00 and 9:00 pm. Entries not claimed will be moved at owner’s risk. Exhibits will be eliminated from competition if they are not in the proper class, are not properly registered or fail to meet the requirements of the schedule. The Flower show committee will subdivide classes if entries warrant it. Judges decision is final. All entries must be removed the last Sunday of the fair between 8:00 am and 12:00 noon. Persons removing entries early will forfeit premium money. Premium awards will be mailed at the close of the fair. Contact the superintendent with questions. 419-756-6863 SPECIMEN CLASSES FOR: SECTION 1 – FIRST SHOW SECTION 2 – SECOND SHOW Exhibits should be groomed and free of soil or spray residue. Specimen flower should be disbudded where noted and shown with natural foliage. (Disbudding is removing bud shoots as the specimen develops). Some clear glass bottles will be available, however you may provide your own. Bottles must be suitable for size of exhibit. Styrofoam will be available for wedges. Specimens must be grown by the Exhibitor and correctly labeled as to variety. More than one entry per class is allowed, provided each entry is a different variety. Only named specimens may qualify for Best of Show award. Premiums: 1st $2.50 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.50 Best of Show $5.00 1. Rose, Hybrid Tea, 1 bloom, disbudded 2. Rose, Floribunda, 1 cluster 3. Rose, Full blown, 1 bloom, disbudded 4. Rose, Any other, 1 bloom or spray 5. Rose, Miniature, 1 bloom 6. Rose, Miniature, 1 spray 7. Tuberous Begonia in saucer with leaf unattached. 8. Gladiolus, 1 spike, disbudded, class will be sub-divided, if warranted 9. Gladiolus, miniature, 1 spike, disbudded 10. Hydrangea, 1 cluster 11. Snapdragon, 1 spike 12. Lily, any variety, 1 stem 13. Rudbeckia, 1 bloom, disbudded (Gloriosa Daisy, Goldstrum, Indian Summer, etc.) 14. Hemerocallis, 1 scape 15. Zinnia, (4” or over) 1 bloom, disbudded 60


16. Zinnia, Small flowered (1 ½” to 3”), 3 blooms of same variety, disbudded 17. Marigold, Large flowered, 1 bloom, disbudded 18. Marigold, petite, 1 spray 19. Cleome, 1 spike, 20. Celosia, plumed, 1 stem, no side stems 21. Celosia, crested, 1 stem 22. Dahlia, 1 variety, 3 blooms, 3” and under, disbudded 23. Dahlia, 1 bloom, over 3”, disbudded 24. Petunia, Single bloom, 1 spray 25. Petunia, Double bloom, 1 spray 26. Sunflower, small decorative, 1 bloom, disbudded not to exceed 8” in diameter 27. Bulb, 1 stem (magic lily, calla lily, water lily, etc.) 28. Any other annual, round form, 1 bloom, disbudded 29. Any other annual spike form, 1 stem 30. Any other annual spray form, 1 spray 31. Everlasting, fresh, 3 blooms or 1 spray, 1 variety 32. Caladium, 1 leaf 33. Coleus, 1 stem 34. Echinacea (Purple Cone flower), 1 bloom, disbudded 35. Any other perennial round form, 1 bloom, disbudded 36. Any other perennial spike form, 1 stem 37. Any other perennial spray form, 1 spray 38. Sedum, 1 stem 39. Flowering shrub, not over 24” 40. Fruited shrub, not over 24 “ 41. Vine, not over 24” 42. Ground Cover, 1 stem, named 43. Hosta, 1 leaf, named 44. Hosta, 5 leaves, named 45. Herbs, perennial, named 46. Herbs, annual, named 47. Collection of herbs, 5 varieties, named 48. Cosmo, 3 stems 49. Calendula, 3 stems 50. Blue Salvia, 3 stems SECTION 3 – PLANTS TO BE ENTERED IN FIRST SHOW AND LEFT FOR ENTIRE FAIR. MUST BE IN EXHIBITORS POSSESSION AT LEAST 90 DAYS. Premiums: 1st $2.50 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.50 51. Foliage plant, 1 plant per pot not to exceed 12” in diameter 52. Blooming plant, 1 plant per pot not to exceed 12” in diameter 53. Combination planting, to include at least 5 varieties, named (basket or decorative pot may be used) not to exceed 12” in diameter 54. Foliage hanging plant, 1 variety, must provide hanger 55. Blooming hanging plant, 1 variety, must provide hanger 56. Cacti or succulent, 1 plant per pot 57. African Violet SECTION 4 – SPECIAL EXHIBIT TO BE ENTERED IN FIRST SHOW AND LEFT FOR ENTIRE FAIR. FIRST 4 reservations will be accepted. Premiums: 1st $2.50 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.50 56. Dish Garden. Container no to exceed 14” diameter. Saucer or bowl container preferred. Collection to include at least 5 named varieties. Ex: Sedums, herbs, succulents, etc. 61


ARRANGEMENT CLASSES One entry per person per class for each show. Accessories are permitted in all classes unless otherwise stated. No artificial plant material may be used. No fresh plant material may be painted. Painted material permitted in classes. Do not cut fruits or vegetables. Limited space will be provided for assembly of arrangements in workroom. Exhibitors must check in with the placement committee before staging arrangements. The committee is not responsible for breakage, theft or loss of property.

PREMIUMS:

1st $2.50

2nd $2.00

3rd $1.50

Best of Show $5.00

SECTION 5 – FIRST SHOW THEME: A WALK THROUGH HISTORY—1800’s 59. 1808: Richland County formed - All green design 60. 1811: Block House built - Include wood in design 61. 1811: First Post office - miniature design 62. 1820: First Church built - Inspirational design 63. 1831: First Fire Company formed - Featuring red 64. 1848: First Train comes to Mansfield - synergistic design 65. 1860: Mansfield Independent Baseball Team - Include sports equipment 66. 1880: First Census Taken - A line mass design 67. 1881: First Phone Service - Spiral Design 68. 1887: Vasbinder in Central Park - Include water in design 69. 1887: Reformatory Opens - Include rocks in design 70. 1887: Manufacturing (Westinghouse) - A panel design

SECTION 6 – SECOND SHOW THEME: A WALK THROUGH HISTORY - 1900’s 71. 1907: Arched Street Lights dedicated - Crescent design 72. 1908: Library opens - Black and White design 73. 1911: Luna Park opens - Luminary design 74. 1916: Fourth Street Markets open - Include vegetables in design 75. 1928: Ohio Theater opens - Interpretive design 76. 1932: Jesse Owens competes in Mehock Relays - Oval design 77. 1939: “The Rains Came” premier at Madison Theater - using 2 containers 78. 1945: Bogart/Becall married at Malabar Farm - Include parts of corn in design 79. 1949: Mansfield beats Massillon - Include football in design 80. 1953: Kingwood Center opens - mass design 81. 1961: Snow Trails opens - spatial design 82. 1978: Great Snow Blizzard - all white design

SECTION 7 - NICHES To be entered in the first show and left for the entire fair. Premiums: 1st $5.00 2nd $4.00 3rd $3.00 83. 1980: Miss Ohio Pageant - Your interpretation to be staged in niches that are approximately 37” high, 31” wide, and 24” deep. Limited to FIRST 6 reservations. MUST reserve space with Superintendent.

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SECTION 8 –CRAFTED ITEMS To be entered in the first show and left for the entire fair. Must be able to hang on a peg board. Designs may incorporate pods, cones, nuts, dried flowers, contrived flowers, etc.

PREMIUMS:

1st $2.50

2nd $2.00

3rd $1.50

84. Design on a woven mat, plate, etc. 85. Basket 86. Wreath – any shape may be used 87. Design on a garden tool

JUNIORS No entry fee needed to enter Junior section. Must have Exhibitor’s number. Age must be stated on entry form and entry tag. CLASS A – under 6 years, CLASS B – 6 thru 10, CLASS C – 11 thru 16.

PREMIUMS:

1st $2.50

2nd $2.00

3rd $1.50

Best of show Rosette and $5.00

SECTION 9 – FIRST SHOW 88. Horticulture specimen – perennial– 1 bloom, disbudded 89. “Johnny Appleseed” - an arrangement to include an apple 90. Bean Mosiac – Sketch design on a 5”X7” cardboard. Cover design with thick coat of white glue. Arrange beans following the drawn design.

SECTION 10 – SECOND SHOW 91. Horticulture specimen – annual – 1 bloom, disbudded 92. Contrived settler – pieces and parts of plants or vegetables 93. 1990: Carrousel built - An arrangement of your interpretation. May use accessory

SECTION 11 – PLANTS To be brought for the first show and left the entire fair. 94. Blooming plant, named, 1 plant per pot – pot not to exceed 10” in diameter 95. Foliage plant, named, 1 plant per pot – pot not to exceed 10” in diameter 96. Plate of vegetables – at least 5 varieties attractively displayed on a 10” paper plate ONLY.

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DEPARTMENT 16 – SUBORDINATE GRANGE DISPLAY Judging is on the first Sunday at 1pm RULES: All exhibits must be in place by 8am on the Saturday before the fair. They must remain in place until released by the Superintendent on the Sunday after the fair. All items must be picked up by Tuesday at the fairgrounds SECTION 1 – GRANGE AGRICULTURAL DISPLAY A

SECTION 2 – GRANGE THEME DISPLAY B

Theme: Use your own or Ohio State Grange Theme

Theme: Use your own or Ohio State Grange Theme

General Appearance and Neatness Total 100 Presentation of Theme 50 Originality 50

General Appearance & Neatness Presentation of theme Originality

100 50 50

Garden Produce Total 50 Corn & Potatoes 25 Fresh Fruits & vegetables 25 Canned fruits, vegetables, pickles Jellies, spreads, optional

Variety & Quality of Exhibit Community service Hobbies & Handcrafts Grange projects & contests Produce & Products Labeling pf Exhibits

150 30 30 30 30 30

Variety & Quality of Exhibit Total 100 Flowers (no artificial) 25 Grange projects & contests 25 Grange Achievements 25 Labeling of Exhibits 25 Must be displayed: National Flag & Bible Bible must be covered

Must be displayed: national Flag and Bible (Bible must be covered) Optional Display: State flower, state bird, state flag, Grange flag & candles PREMIUM: $125 Exhibit space 8x8

Optional display: State flower, state bird, State flag , Grange flag and candles PREMIUM: $125 Exhibit space: 8x9 Total Points Possible: 250

SECTION 3 COUNTY YOUTH DISPLAY Incorporate Ohio State Grange Youth Theme Must be displayed: National Flag & Bible (Bible must be covered) Optional Display: State flower, state bird, state flag, Grange flag & candles PRIMIUM: $125 Exhibit space 8x8

SECTION 4 COUNTY FAMILY ACTIVITIES DISPLAY Theme: Current format Must be displayed: National Flag and Bible (Bible must be covered) Optional Display: State flower, state bird, State flag, Grange flag & candles PREMIUM: $125 Exhibit space 8x8

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Department 17 - Dairy Cattle

Superintendent: Steve Spoerr Show Committee: Julie Sanders, Dwane Radder

Entry Fee: $5.00 per head Entry Dead line: (See entry form) Member or Season must be purchased to be eligible to show. Entries MUST be in place by Thursday at 9:00 AM & will be released on Saturday 12:00 Midnight (Use NORTH Gate) Show Date: Friday August 9th Time: 9:00 AM Location: Show arena Beside the Goat Barn unless it rains. Rules: The base dates in determining the classes in which animals should be shown are listed in class description. In the class for produce of dam, animals need not to be owned by the exhibitor. The owner of the dam at the time of service shall be considered the breeder of the animal. Produce of dam shall consist of two females of any age – the produce of one cow. Every female over 24 month’s old mush have produced a living calf within 12 months or prove to be with calf. A freemartin heifer shall be barred from showing until she has become of age as to have proven a breeder. Any exhibitor making a false or misleading statement, exhibiting cattle that have been artificially fitted or treated, showing an animal out of proper class, substituting one animal for another without proper correction of records with the dairy cattle superintendent before entering the ring, or for another dishonorable practice, shall forfeit all premiums. If payment to exhibitor has been made before the evidence is given that such violations have occurred, the exhibitor must refund the premium money so forfeited to the Richland County fair Board of the state of Ohio or be barred from showing at the Richland County Fair in the future. The judge may, in his or her opinion require any cow to be milked while in the ring or before the awards are made. All animals must be show in their proper classes. Judges may not award a prize to any unworthy exhibit. It is the intention of the management that no premium or distinction of any kind shall be given any animal that is no deserving. The exhibitors must specify on entry blank the number of animals entered. Purity of blood as established by pedigree, symmetry, size, early maturity and general characteristics of several breeds of all animals to be considered. The judge will make proper allowance for age, feeding and other circumstances. Each breed to be shown separately for champion; do not make entries in champion classes. Entries in each class must be in the show wing within ten minutes following the first call. Any individual or group wishing to donate a trophy in any class in any breed, may do so. Sponsorship should be ran through the show committee or superintendent. Exhibitors MUST keep pens and aisles clean and in order, along with keeping their animals on exhibit clean as a part of their contribution to the Richland County Fair. Exhibitors neglecting to do this will be warned for the first offence. Premiums and special awards won shall be forfeited for further neglect and lack of cooperation. All cows and calf’s MUST be dehorned for the safety of the exhibitors and spectators. All cows in Milk will be trailed in the day of the show, for we do not have a milking facility. Section A – Holsteins Section B – Jerseys Section C – Guernseys Section D – Brown Swiss Section F – Ayrshires

All breads will show in showmanship classes together. All showmanship classes will receive a trophy and rosette.

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DEPARTMENT 17 - Dairy Cattle

Superintendent: Steve Spoerr Show Committee: Julie Sanders, Dwane Radder

Showmanship – Novice A Rosette and Trophy Showmanship – Novice B Showmanship – Junior Showmanship – Senior Showmanship – Pro (winners of classes 1-4) Junior Heifer Calf Born 03/01/13 Intermediate Heifer Calf Born 12/01/12-02/28/12 Senior Heifer Calf Born 09/01/12-11/30/12 Intermediate Summer Yearling Born 06/01/12-08/31/12 Junior Yearling born 03/01/12-05/31/12 Intermediate Senior Yearling born 12/01/11-02/28-12 Senior Yearling Born 09/01/11-11/30/11 Junior Champion open to winners of classes 6-12 Cow 2 years Born 09/01/10-08/31/11 Cow 3 years Born 09/01/09-08/31/10 Cow 4 years Born 09/01/08-08/31/09 Cow 5 years & Older Born before 08/31/08 Dry Cow Senior Champion open to class winners in 14-18 Best three females bed and owned by one exhibitor Produce of dam Best udder of the show Grand Champion Winner of classes 13 & 19

Rosette and Trophy Rosette and Trophy Rosette and Trophy Rosette and Trophy Rosette and Trophy Rosette and Trophy $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 Trophy and Rosette $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 Trophy and Rosette Trophy and Rosette Trophy and Rosette Trophy and Rosette Trophy and Rosette

Thank you to all business and sponsors for allowing this show to come back to Richland County. A special THANK YOU To the Richland County Fair Board for making this possible!

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DEPARTMENT 18 – SECTION 1: DRAFT PONIES Julie Sanders Superintendent - 419.571.9381 Larry Schell Assistant Superintendent - 419.961.7138

Entries Close: (See Entry Blank) Entries must be in place by: Sunday 12:00 Noon

Entries will be released: Sunday 6:00am

Judging Schedule: Monday: 10:00am Draft Pony Hitch Classes Wednesday: 9:00am Draft Pony Halter Classes, Light Harness Classes, and Riding Classes Saturday: 9:00am Barn breakfast any pony exhibitor and their family are welcome. Bring a covered dish and table setting. Draft Pony General Department Rules: The Fair Board and/or draft pony committee will not be responsible for any accidents, injuries or losses. ***NOTE*** any classes that you wish to participate in, must be listed on your entry blank (hitch classes, halter classes, saddle classes, etc). Each draft pony exhibitor may enter up to a maximum of 6 ponies per exhibitor/per address. Draft ponies must have a secured wooden gate behind each animal for the duration of the fair. All draft ponies must be owned by the exhibitor. Each animal must be fed by 9:00am each day; their pen must stay clean throughout the day. Draft ponies can be lead to water or water kept in their stall. All draft ponies holding registration papers do not have a height limit, grade draft ponies must not exceed 58” tall. Registration papers will be checked by the Superintendent. Ages of the animal will be recorded as of January 1. Draft pony exhibitors must specify the number of stalls needed (including tack stalls) on the entry form. Please specify if a box stall is needed for a mare and foal. Draft pony exhibitors may only borrow ponies for unicorn, four and six pony hitches. Draft ponies are permitted to wear their ribbon won in their respective class for Champion and Group classes. Do not enter Champion classes – winners are entered automatically. Each exhibitor shall display suitable placard giving information on the draft pony (name, age, weight, etc.). All stalls must be cleaned before release on Sunday. All draft ponies must be exhibited for the duration of the fair to be eligible for any class. NO truck – ins will be permitted. Draft ponies are not to enter the barn from the midway; they must enter and exit from the back of the barn. There is no coloring of hooves on the midway or pavement. **Note, for all halter and hitch junior classes, the exhibitor’s age should be as of August 1st of the current year**. All Draft pony exhibitors must refer to the draft pony department rules! No rules in the draft horse section apply. This is a FUN fair intended for family and friends to enjoy our wonderful draft animals! Please have a fun and safe week!!!

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DEPARTMENT 18 - SECTION 3 DRAFT PONY Halter, Light Harness, and Riding classes Wednesday 9:00am – Make up arena behind the rabbit barn Classes

Premiums

1. 4-H Halter 2. 4-H Showmanship 3. Pee Wee Showmanship (8 yrs. & under) 4. Showmanship (9 yrs. to 12 yrs.) 5. Showmanship (13 yrs. to 18 yrs.) 6. Showmanship (19 yrs. and older) 7. Stallions All Ages 8. Stallion Championship open to class 7, 1st and 2nd place 9. Mare and this year's foal 10. Mare 3 yrs. and under 11. Mare 4 yrs. to 8 yrs. 12. Mare 9 yrs. and older 13. Mare Championship open to classes 10,11, & 12, 1st & 2nd place 14. Geldings 3 yrs. and under 15. Geldings 4 yrs. to 8 yrs. 16. Geldings 9 yrs. and older 17. Gelding Championship open to classes 14, 15 & 16, 1st & 2nd place 18. All "Other" recognized breed of draft pony All Ages 19. Champion All "Other" rec. breeds open to 1st and 2nd in class 18 20. Matched Pair one owner 21. Best 3 Ponies one owner 22. Supreme Champion open to class winners in 8, 13, 17 & 19

Ribbons & Trophy Ribbons & Trophy Ribbons & Trophy Ribbons & Trophy Ribbons & Trophy Ribbons & Trophy $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 Ribbons & Trophy $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 Ribbons & Trophy $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 Ribbon s & Trophy $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 Ribbons & Trophy $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 Ribbons & Trophy

Draft Pony Light harness driving and riding classes Those wishing to enter the saddle classes and light harness classes must indicate it on the fair entry blank. To be eligible for riding classes you must either show in a halter or hitch class in the Draft Pony section. Light harness classes regulations are only on the harness used not the type of shoe your animal is shoed with. You MAY show both in heavy and light harness with the same draft pony. Your harness must have a breastcollar or a light name and collar. Immediately following the saddle classes and light harness classes there will be several "fun" classes (barrel race, ride-n-run, catalog race, egg and spoon, etc.) that any draft pony exhibitor is invited to participate in for fun prizes. You MAY use the same driving pony for the driving classes you DO NOT have to change the pony for men or ladies during the light driving classes.

Classes:

Premiums:

23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

$14, $12, $10. $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10., $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 $14, $12, $10, $8, $6

Costume ride, drive or lead Light harness cart man to drive 19 and older Light harness cart woman to drive 19 and older Light harness cart junior drive 18 and under Light harness cart barrels 19 and under Light harness cart barrels 18 and under Lead in saddle class rider 8 years and under Walk-trot 18 years and under Walk-trot 19 and over 3 gated riding class 18 and under 3 gated riding class 19 and over

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____________OHIO'S LIVESTOCK HEALTH EXHIBITION RULES

901:1-18-01 Chapter's application. (A)

(B)

Animals listed in this chapter when moved or imported into Ohio for exhibition purposes only shall comply with the requirements of this chapter and when in compliance with the provisions of this chapter shall, with the exception of rules governing movement and importation of quarantined animals, be exempt from any other rules governing movement within or importation into Ohio. Animals moved within or imported into Ohio for any purpose in addition to exhibition shall meet all movement and import requirements of Chapter 901:1-17 of the Administrative Code.

901:1-18-02 Definitions. As used in this chapter: (A) "Exhibition" means any public show of animals which is sponsored by or under the control of an Ohio county or independent agricultural society organized under chapter 1711. of the revised code; or the Ohio state fair; or which is assembled for a period which exceeds thirty-six hours or contains animals of origins other than Ohio. (B) "Certificate of veterinary inspection" means a form from the state of origin which has been issued and completed by a licensed and accredited veterinarian attesting to the health status and identification of an animal listed thereon. (C) "Approved veterinarian" means any licensed and accredited veterinarian approved by the Ohio department of agriculture, or an employee of the Ohio department of agriculture or the United States department of agriculture, animal plant health inspection service, veterinary services. (D) "Licensed and accredited veterinarian" means a person who is licensed by the state of Ohio to practice veterinary medicine and who is certified by the United States department of agriculture, animal plant health inspection service, veterinary services, to be an accredited veterinarian. (E) "Residue" means any poisonous or deleterious pesticide governed by 40 C.F.R. 180, any poisonous or deleterious substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 109.6, or any other substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 556. (F) "Contagious or infectious disease" means any disease, including any foreign animal disease, or vector, capable of transmission by any means from a carrier animal to a human or to another animal and includes dangerously contagious or infectious diseases. (G) "Tuberculosis accredited free herd" is one that has passed at least two consecutive annual negative official tests for tuberculosis in accordance with the "Uniform Methods and Rules - Bovine Tuberculosis Eradication", and has no other evidence of bovine tuberculosis. 901:1-18-03 Exhibitions: sanitation, inspection and records. (A) Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall have in attendance an approved veterinarian for the duration of the exhibit. (B) Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall: (1) Immediately, prior to an exhibition and under the direction of the approved veterinarian, thoroughly clean and disinfect each building, pen, stall, ring or other enclosure in which animals are to be quartered for exhibition; (2) Have the approved veterinarian: (a) Examine the certificate of veterinary inspection when required for an animal brought to the exhibition; (b) Inspect within a reasonable time of arrival each animal brought to the exhibit for symptoms of any infectious or contagious diseases;

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(c)

(C)

Daily inspect each animal present at the exhibition for symptoms of infectious or contagious disease. (3) Maintain a record for one year from the date of the exhibition of each animal present at the exhibit. The record shall contain the name and address of the owner of each animal and the species and breed of the animal. (4) May order the immediate removal of any animal which in the opinion of the approved veterinarian places other animals at unacceptable risk of disease. An exemption from the requirements of paragraph (B)(l) of this rule may be requested from the department and will be granted when, in the judgment of the department, cleaning and disinfection will serve no purpose. By way of example only, cleaning and disinfection will generally serve no purpose in a newly constructed building that has never been occupied.

901:1-18-04 Exhibitors. (A) (B)

(C)

(D)

No person shall present for exhibition or exhibit an animal which he knows or has reason to suspect is affected with or has been exposed to a dangerously contagious or infectious disease or residue. The owner or bailee of an animal with symptoms of an infectious or contagious disease shall, when directed by an exhibition official, the approved veterinarian, or an employee of the Ohio department of agriculture, immediately remove the animal from the exhibition premises. Upon request, each person who presents for exhibition or exhibits an animal, shall make available any certificate of veterinary inspection, registration certificates, vaccination certificate, and other documents to exhibition officials, the approved veterinarian or an employee of the Ohio department of agriculture. Each person who presents for exhibition or exhibits an animal for which a certificate of veterinary inspection is required by rules 901:1-18-01 to 901:1-18-11 of the Administrative Code shall forward a copy of the certificate of veterinary inspection to the Ohio department of agriculture's division of animal industry.

901:1-18-05 Poultry and fowl. (A)

All turkeys, chickens and gamebirds moved within or imported into Ohio for exhibition must: (1) Originate directly from a flock or hatchery which is a participant in the national poultry improvement plan for the eradication of disease and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet the requirements of this paragraph; or (2) Originate directly from a flock which has had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease within twelve months preceding the opening date of exhibition and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet the requirement of this paragraph; or (3) Have had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease, within ninety days, preceding the opening date of the exhibition and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet the requirement of this paragraph; or (4) Be tested for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease upon arrival at the exhibition by a tester approved by the Ohio department of agriculture and found negative.

(B)

The rapid whole blood test shall not be used to test turkeys for compliance with the requirements of paragraph (A)(2),(A)(3) and (A)(4) of this rule. Waterfowl, doves and pigeons are exempt from this rule.

(C)

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901:1-18-06 Cattle. (A)

(B)

(C)

Cattle moved within Ohio for exhibition: (1) The animals presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease. All cattle imported into Ohio for exhibition must: (1) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of the exhibition and be identified with official individual identification; (2) Originate from a tuberculosis-accredited free herd, an accredited free state or zone, or a modified accredited advanced state or zone; (3) If originate from a modified accredited state or zone must comply with Rule 901:1 -17-03 of the Administrative Code; (4) If originate from an accreditation preparatory or a non-accredited state or zone are prohibited from exhibition; (5) If from a brucellosis class A state or area/zone must be negative to an official brucellosis test within thirty days of the opening date of the exhibition unless: they are under six months of age, steers, or official vaccinates under twenty months of age (dairy) or twentyfour months of age (beef); and (6) If from a brucellosis class B or C state or area/zone must meet all requirements for preentry testing as specified in 9 C.F.R. 78.9 and obtain an Ohio permit prior to movement. Cattle from a brucellosis certified free herd or class free state or area/zone are not required to be brucellosis tested.

901:1-18-07 Goats. (A)

(B)

(C)

Goats moved within Ohio for exhibition: (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease. (2) All sexually intact animals and any wether eighteen months of age and older must be identified with an official identification as defined hi rule 901:1-13-04 of the Ohio Administrative Code. Goats imported into Ohio for exhibition: (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of the exhibition and be identified with official individual identification; (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease; and (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the following statement written on the certificate of veterinary inspection "the goats in this shipment are not known to be under any movement restrictions because of scrapie." (4) Originate from a tuberculosis accredited free herd as defined in rule 901 -18-02 (G) of the Administrative Code for bovine tuberculosis eradication; or (5) Originate from a bovine accredited free state or zone, or a bovine modified accredited advanced state or zone; or (6) Originate from a bovine modified accredited state or zone must comply with Rule 901:1 17-06 of the Administrative Code. If originate from a bovine accreditation preparatory or a bovine non-accredited state or zone are prohibited from exhibition.

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901:1-18-08 Horses, mules and ponies. (A)

(B)

Horses, mules and ponies moved within Ohio for exhibition: (1) If not under quarantine and if they are free of any signs of a contagious or infectious disease; and (2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older, the exhibition manager may require that the animal has been tested and classed negative to an official test for equine infectious anemia within twelve months of the opening date of the exhibition. Horses, mules and ponies imported into Ohio for exhibition: (1) Shall be accompanied by an official certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days of the opening date of the exhibition; and (2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older, it shall be accompanied by evidence the animal was negative to an official test for equine infectious anemia within twelve months of the opening date of the exhibition; and (3) Upon request by an authorized representative of the Ohio department of agriculture, the person responsible for each animal must make available a chronological list of dates, places and events attended by this animal within thirty days prior to entry into Ohio.

901:1-18-09 Sheep. (A)

(B)

Sheep moved within Ohio for exhibition: (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease. (2) All sexually intact animals and any wether eighteen months of age and older must be identified with an official identification as defined in rule 901:1-13-04 of the Ohio Administrative Code. Sheep imported into Ohio for exhibition: (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of the exhibition and be identified with official individual identification; and (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease; and (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the following statement written on the certificate of veterinary inspection "the sheep in this shipment are not known to be under any movement restrictions because of scrapie."

901:1-18-10 Swine. (A)

Swine moved within Ohio for exhibition: (1) The animals presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease. (2) Will be exempt from the requirement of a certificate of veterinary inspection if they originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies stage V area. (3) Swine originating from a pseudorabies stage IV area shall: (a) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of the exhibition; and (b) Originate from a pseudorabies qualified herd; or

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(1)

(c) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty days of the exhibition. (B) Swine imported into Ohio for exhibition: Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of the exhibition; and (a) Originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies stage V area or an area or country recognized by the United States department of agriculture, animal plant health inspection service, veterinary services as pseudorabies free; or (b) Originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies stage IV area; and (c) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty days of the exhibition.

901:1-18-11 Llama. (A)

(B)

Camelids including, but not limited to, llamas, alpacas and vicuanas moved within Ohio for exhibition when presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease. Camelids including, but not limited to, llamas, alpacas and vicuanas imported into Ohio for exhibition: (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of the exhibition and be identified with official individual identification. (2) When presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of contagious disease.

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Frequently Asked Questions ????

Q - What is the difference in passes? A - $20.00 Membership pass has 7 gate admissions and entitles the person to vote and hold office in the Agricultural Society. It can only be purchased by a Richland County resident that is 21 or older.

Q - Do I have to buy a pass? A - If you wish to enter animal or non animal projects in the fair you must purchase either the $20.00 membership (Richland County residents 21 or older) or the $20.00 season pass.

Q - Do I have to purchase a pass if I am entering my Junior Fair animal in the open show? A - Yes, you must purchase a $20.00 season pass.

Q - As a Junior Fair participant, can I enter an animal that isn’t a Junior Fair project? A - Yes, as long as you buy a $20.00 season pass and pay the entry fee.

Q - Do I have to pay an entry fee for non animal entries? A - Yes, you only have to purchase one of the two passes.

Q - When do I drop off my entries? A - You must look at the drop off times for each department you are entering.

Q - How do I buy tickets to the Grandstand show? A - Starting July 2, 2013, Grandstand Show tickets will be on sale in the Secretary’s Office during normal office hours .

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ENTRY RULES—DEADLINE is JULY 15, 2013 (Except where otherwise stated on Department pages)

LIVESTOCK: 1. Entry fees are listed on the entry blank. Junior Fair exhibitions must pay Open Class entry fees.

ALL LIVESTOCK EXCEPT POULTRY AND RABBITS MUST BE INSPECTED BY THE VETERINARIAN IN THE NORTH PARKING LOT BEFORE PLACING IN STALLS OR PENS. 2. Livestock will be admitted Saturday, August 3, 2013 between the hours of 8am and 5pm. Release Time for Open Class and Junior Livestock: 8am, Sunday, August 11, 2013.

3. For the convenience of livestock exhibitors, a veterinarian will be on the grounds each day. Any exhibitor having need for the services of a veterinarian will please leave written request, giving name and location at the Open Class Entries office and the veterinarian will call at her next visit. The exhibitor will be liable for any veterinary charges incurred. Exhibitors are urged to contact their own veterinarian in case of serious illness. NON-LIVESTOCK: The non-livestock exhibits are to be set up Saturday or Sunday, August 3 - 4 as indicated in the rules for each department. Please pick up your entry tags at the Administration Office before reporting to your superintendent with your exhibits. All non-livestock exhibits are to be displayed in the Arts and Crafts Building until released after 8am Sunday, August 11. All non-livestock exhibits, except for flowers will be judged on the first Sunday of the Fair. This is to give the public the opportunity to know the winners in each department from the opening of the Fair.

SUPERINTENDENTS’ ADDRESSES AND PHONE NUMBERS (All are area code 419)

DEPARTMENT Draft Horse Draft Horse & Pony Pony Show Beef Cattle Sheep Swine Goats Poultry Rabbit Agri. & Hort. Home Arts Needlecraft Fine Arts & Photography Hobby Show Flowers

Craig Harvey Julie Sanders Jocelyn Patton Adam Foulks Gene Esbenshade Josh Hoffman Ben Keller Alan & Teresa Kaylor Angie Hicks Mary K Steele Bob Watts Bob Watts Dean Wells Sally Hoak Pat Wells

3420 Bowman St.

Mansfield

44903

7100 Follin Rd. 5379 Olivesburg-Fitch.

Bellville Ashland

44813 44805

3821 Funk Rd.

Shelby

44875

3 1/2 Myers Ave. Rt 2, Box 489 343 Esley Lane 343 Esley Lane 2185 Woodville Rd

Shelby Shelby Mansfield Mansfield Mansfield

44875 44875 44905 44905 44903

2185 Woodville Rd

Mansfield

44903

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989.0860 571.9381

(740) 694.5236 895.1217 571.6573 295.7831 631.4274 989.0387 347.2662 589.8808 589.8808 756.6863 566.7144 756.6863


RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR OPEN CLASS ENTRY FORM Livestock Entry Only 750 NORTH HOME RD., MANSFIELD, OH 44906 phone 419.747.3717 fax 419.747.7141 ENTRY DEADLINE – JULY 15, 2013 Livestock Entry Fees Per Head Cattle $10 Swine $4 Sheep 10% of 1st place Goats 10% of 1st place Poultry .50 Rabbits $1 Ponies 10% of 1st place Draft horse 10% of 1st place

PLEASE PRINT & COMPLETE FULLY

Name: Phone: Address: City:

State:

County

Zip:

If 18 years of age or younger, please enter age

4-H Club Name: Dept.

Sec.

Class

Description of Animal/Article

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12

13 14 15 77


16

17 18 19 20

Number of stall or pens desired Are these animals being shown in Jr. Fair?

Number of Tack Stalls Y

N

Total Entry Fees $

Season Pass (7 entries into the fair) or Membership Pass (7 entries into the fair and the right to vote for fair board directors) MUST be purchased to exhibit in the fair. Does not apply to ages 6 and under. Please mark which you would like to purchase and how many. Both are $20.00.

Membership Pass

Season Pass

Total Fees Paid $

The Richland County Fair Board will take every precaution in its power for the safe preservation of livestock articles on exhibition, after their arrival and arrangement on the grounds, but is hereby agreed and understood by the undersigned owner/exhibitor that all animals and articles are brought onto the fairgrounds at the owner’s/ exhibitor’s risk. The Richland County Agricultural Society, its employees, officers, directors and agents will not be held liable nor responsible for any damage to exhibited or livestock by fire, water, disease, windstorm, any act of God, or any other cause, whatever its nature. Nor will the Society be held liable for any loss by thefts or accidents to person or property, nor for any errors or omissions in the Premium Book. I have read and understand this and I agree to abide by this waiver of responsibility and the Constitutions and By-Laws of the Richland County Agricultural Society and the rules of the Department(s) I wish to enter, as printed in the Premium Book.

Exhibitor’s Signature:

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RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR OPEN CLASS ENTRY FORM NON Livestock Entry and Arts & Crafts Building Only 750 NORTH HOME RD., MANSFIELD, OH 44906 phone 419.747.3717 fax 419.747.7141 ENTRY DEADLINE – JULY 15, 2013

ENTRY FEE

PLEASE PRINT & COMPLETE FULLY

Argicultural & Horticulture Home Arts Needlework Fine Arts & Photography Hobbies Flowers

Name:

Phone: Address: City:

State:

County

Zip:

If 18 years of age or younger, please enter age

4-H Club Name: Dept.

Sec.

Class

Description of Article

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15

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16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

24 25

Total Entry Fees $ Season Pass (7 entries into the fair) or Membership Pass (7 entries into the fair and the right to vote for fair board directors) MUST be purchased to exhibit in the fair. Does not apply to ages 6 and under. Please mark which you would like to purchase and how many. Both are $20.00.

Membership Pass

Season Pass

Total Fees Paid $

The Richland County Fair Board will take every precaution in its power for the safe preservation of livestock articles on exhibition, after their arrival and arrangement on the grounds, but is hereby agreed and understood by the undersigned owner/ exhibitor that all animals and articles are brought onto the fairgrounds at the owner’s/exhibitor’s risk. The Richland County Agricultural Society, its employees, officers, directors and agents will not be held liable nor responsible for any damage to exhibited or livestock by fire, water, disease, windstorm, any act of God, or any other cause, whatever its nature. Nor will the Society be held liable for any loss by thefts or accidents to person or property, nor for any errors or omissions in the Premium Book. I have read and understand this and I agree to abide by this waiver of responsibility and the Constitutions and By-Laws of the Richland County Agricultural Society and the rules of the Department(s) I wish to enter, as printed in the Premium Book.

Exhibitor’s Signature:

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CONSTITUTION Article I - Title SECTION I - The Society shall be known as The Richland County Agricultural Society and its purpose shall be the improvement of Agriculture, Industry, Public Education and other interests beneficial to the people of Richland County. Article II - Membership SECTION I - Membership in the Society shall be open to any citizen of Richland County upon the purchase of membership ticket. SECTION II - Membership ticket shall be on sale at a place designated by the Board of Directors for at least 30 hours each week from December 15th until the opening day of the fair. Notice of the time and place where they may be purchased shall be announced in the annual premium list and in at least one newspaper of general circulation in the county twice during the period of the sale. This notice shall appear when they go on sale and again no less than seven days or more before the sale is terminated. SECTION III - Membership tickets shall bear the dates designating the period of membership in the Society and a place for the signature of the person holding such membership. SECTION IV - Membership shall be issued to individuals only and only upon payment of the annual membership fee. Only holders of membership tickets shall be entitled to vote at the annual election of Directors. These members must be at least 18 years of age. Article III - Board of Directors SECTION I - The management shall consist of a Board of Directors made up of one representative from each town-ship, three from the City of Mansfield, two from Shelby and four members at large, for a total of 27 members. SECTION II - Candidates for directorship shall file a petition signed by ten or more members of the society with the secretary at least seven days before the annual election of Directors is held. Blank petitions shall be furnished by the Agricultural Society and shall be obtained from its Secretary. SECTION III - The annual election of Directors shall be held at the place designated by the Board of Directors and notice of same shall be published in the Premium Book. The polls shall be open four hours as designated in the notice of election. SECTION IV - The President shall appoint three judges and two clerks who are members of the Society but not can-didates for election, to conduct the election of Directors and declare the results thereof. Candidates may witness the count either personally or by proxy. The judges of the election shall have the membership roll and verify the rights of all persons to vote before issuing ballots . The clerk of the election shall register the names of all persons voting and count, one copy of which register and tally sheet shall be placed on file with the Secretary of the Society, and the other shall be mailed to the Department of Agriculture of Ohio. SECTION V - It shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Society, to post a current list of the membership of the Society in a public place or to make sure a list is available for inspection upon request of any resident of the county. SECTION VI - Directors shall be elected for a term of three years and be so arranged that the terms of one-third of the Directors shall expire annually. The term of the retiring Director shall expire and that of the Director-elect shall be sworn in at the November meeting. SECTION VII - It is the duty of the Board of Directors to settle up the business of the year by the end of November. SECTION VIII - Before assuming office each Director shall take the oath of office prescribed by the State Department of Agriculture in rule VII and administered by a competent authority. SECTION IX - Absence from three consecutive meetings, unless due to absence from the County, illness of the Director or member of his or her family, or cause connected with his or her regular employment, may be deemed grounds for declaring his or place on the Board vacant. Directors shall notify the Secretary of reason for absence not later than the date of the third consecutive absence. In such a case, or in case of resignation or moving from the county, the Board of Directors may select a Director to serve until the next election when a Director shall be elected for the unexpired term. Article IV - Organization of Board of Directors SECTION I - The Board of Directors as elected under Article III shall hold the election of officers at the regular meet-ing in November electing a President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer and such other officers as may be deemed proper. SECTION II - The President and Vice President shall be Directors and the Secretary and Treasurer may or may not be Directors.

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SECTION III - All elected officers shall be on duty each day of the fair. SECTION IV - The office of the President and of the Vice President will be elected for one-year terms, not to exceed four consecutive terms. After holding office for four consecutive terms, the officer must wait one year before trying to hold that office again. SECTION V - The Secretary's position and the Treasurer's position shall not be held by the same person. Article V - Duties SECTION I - The duties of the President and Vice-President shall be such as usually attached to these officers. Their expenses shall be allowed as set by the board of directors. The President shall, if possible, attend the annual meeting of the Ohio Fair Manage rs Association. Other members of the Board may also attend this meeting. SECTION II - The Secretary shall perform the normal duties of that office keeping the records according to the laws of Ohio and the rules of the State Department of Agriculture and the State A uditors office, and shall have such other duties as prescribed by the rules of procedure adopted by the Board of Directors. SECTION III - The Treasurer shall be the custodian of all monies of the Society and shall have such other duties as are prescribed by the rules of procedure adopted by the Board of Directors. SECTION IV - The Executive Committee shall have full power and authority to execute any and all orders, contracts and other legal specified duties as prescribed and authorized by the Board of Directors. They shall make a complete report of any and all acts pertaining to contracts, purchases, etc., to the Board of Directors at the next regular Board meeting. SECTION V - The Grounds Chairman and Committee shall be responsible for the general appearance of the grounds, maintenance and repair of buildings, fences, etc., and shall take such other duties prescribed by rules and procedures adopted by the Board of Directors. SECTION VI - A Fair Manager may be employed under contract executed by the Executive Committee upon authorization and approval of the Board of Directors. His/her duties shall be to have full supervision of any and all con tracts, including concessions, rides, and entertainment, agricultural and industrial displays (not for competition) and any and all other activities pertaining to the Fair as may be authorized by the Executive Committee as herein provided. He/she shall be bonded at the expense of the Society in an amount not less that $50,000 (blanket coverage). An Executive Committee consisting of five members shall be appointed by the Preside nt with the approval of the Board of Directors. Their duties shall be to work with the Fair Manager and approve or disapprove su ggestions and plans as submitted to them by the Fair Manager. The Fair Manager is to have authority to perform the duties approved by the Executive Committee. SECTION VII - An Event Coordinator may be employed under contract executed by the Executive Committee upon authorization and approval of the Board of Directors. His/her duties shall be having the responsibility of renting space both open and closed e xcept during the fair. He/she shall be bonded at the expense of the Society in the amount of not less than $50,000 (blanket coverage). Article VI - Meetings SECTION I - Regular meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held once a month at the time and place specified by the Board. SECTION II - the President shall call special meetings only. A majority of the membership shall constitute a quorum to transact business. SECTION III - Written notice of special meetings of the Board of Directors shall be delivered personally to each director or sent to each director by mail at least two days before the meeting. The notice shall specify the purpose of the meeting. Article VII - Annual Meeting of the Membership SECTION I - The annual meeting of the members of the Society shall be held on the date set by the Board of Directors. SECTION II - At the meeting, the officers and directors of the Society shall make reports to the membership of the Society concerning the past Fair and make recommendations for the betterment of future Fairs. The members shall be given opportunity to make suggestions and recommendations for the improvement of the Society and its Fair. Such other business may be presented at may be prescribed by this constitution or may be deemed proper by the board of Directors. Article VIII - Executive Committee SECTION I - The Executive Committee shall consist of not less than five members and shall include the President, Secretary, and Treasurer (if director of the Society) and two members of the Board of Directors to be appointed and approved by the Board of Directors.

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Article IX - Annual Fair SECTION I - The Society shall hold an annual Fair at such time and place as may be designated by the Board of Directors. Article X - Annual Audit SECTION I - The President shall appoint an auditing committee of three Directors to inspect and audit the books and the accounts of the Secretary and the Treasurer and make a report of its findings. Said report to show the resources, receipts and expenditures for the year. This report shall be made a part of the records. Article XI - Amendments SECTION I - The Constitution and by-laws of the Society may be amended by a majority vote of the membership at the annual meeting of the membership of the Society. The membership shall vote on an amendment or amend ments proposed by a majority of the membership of the Board of Directors voting as a scheduled meeting, in favor of placing an amendment or amendments on the ballot. Article XII - Compensation SECTION I - Members of the Board of Directors may receive $1.00 compensation per year for meeting attendance and for serving at the annual fair. Article XIII - Honorary Membership SECTION I - Anyone having served three or more terms on the Board of Directors shall be considered an honorary member of the Board with the privilege of membership without voting power and shall receive a free pass to the annual fair. Article XIV - Conditions of Audit SECTION I - a member of the Senior Fair Board shall be appointed by the President each year to serve as the Board's auxiliary committee representative. This representative shall periodically summarize the activities of the Women's Auxiliary. It becomes the responsibility of the auxiliary to provide monthly financial statements of the activities held on the fairgrounds. Any financial activity that is generated when utilizing the Fair Board equipment/facilities shall fall under the Senior Fair Board review and be subject to state auditing procedures. Any other group that utilizes the fairground's equipment/facilities must meet the approval of the Senior Fair Board. These groups shall supply financial records if requested.

BY-LAWS Article I - Order of Business SECTION I- Roll Call Minutes of Previous Meeting Standing Committee Reports Reading of Communications Special Committee Reports Treasurer's Report Unfinished business Presentation of Bills New Business Grounds Chairman's Report Appointments Fair Manager's Report Adjournment SECTION II - The order of business may be temporarily suspended at any meeting upon a majority vote of a quo-rum present. Article II - Rules SECTION I - The Board of Directors may enact such Rules and Regulations for conducting the business of the Society as do not conflict with the Constitution and By-Laws Regulations of the Ohio Department of Agriculture or Laws of the State of Ohio.

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CAMPING REGULATIONS

For those campers who have not pre-reserved a lot, but wish to arrange for their camping, any available lots will be sold at the fair administration office on the first Tuesday after July 4th. This year's date is Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 8am. The parking of camper/trailers can be done Thursday, August 1st from 5-9 pm, Friday, August 2nd from 1 - 9pm, Saturday and Sunday August 3rd and 4th from 9am - 9pm. No camper/trailers will be permitted in the campgrounds until checked in with a campground attendant. The price of a camping permit, good for the duration of the 2013 fair is $150.00 for all camping spaces. Each space includes one special car pass. Car passes can be obtained ONLY from the campground attendant and will be given ONLY when checking in camper/trailers. If you choose to park your camper/trailer at any other time than the times listed, you will forfeit that special parking pass for the week. No Exceptions!

Membership & Season tickets can be purchased at the administration office prior to the fair. No free admissions are provided with the camping lots. The special car pass is admission ONLY for your vehicle! You must still surrender admission ticket at the gate when entering in your vehicle. CONDITIONS; 1. Camper trailers to enter by the east gate ONLY! 2. Special campground car passes MUST be displayed in your rear view mirror. Use ONLY the East gate to enter and exit the campground. 3. Each camping trailer shall have an adult leaseholder. The adult in whom the lot is rented is responsible for all activities on the lot. All persons camping on the lot must be registered with the park manager. 4. Electrical hookups must be made in a safe manner and include a safe electrical ground. 5. Licensees are responsible for keeping the lots nice & clean at all times using trash containers provided. 6. Persons under 18 have a curfew of 12 midnight, unless accompanied by a parent or an adult supervisor. 7. Due to state regulations, all campers must be parked with the hitch out towards campground access roads. The arrangement of camping equipment on each lot must be approved by the park manager. 8. Law enforcement n the trailer park area is under the jurisdiction of the Richland County Sheriff and the Richland County Fair police. 9. The campgrounds manager of the Fair Board will rule on any question not specifically covered in the rules. 10. The members of the Richland County Fair Board or the park manager have the right to remove any person or persons not abiding with the conditions of the contract. 11. THE WATER CONNECTION FROM YOUR UNIT MUST BE FOOD GRADE HOSE COMPLETE WITH A DOUBLE CHECK BACKFLOW DEVISE AS REQUIRED BY THE MANSFIELDONTARIO COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 12. Access roads should NEVER be blocked in order to allow emergency vehicles to pass. One car per lot will be strictly enforced for safety & consideration of your neighbors. Anyone in violation will be towed! 13. No sewage or waste water may be discharged on lot in the trailer park area. There is a dump station at the main access road for this purpose. 14. Intoxicants including alcohol or drugs found or observed in use, or the presence of persons under the influence, will be considered grounds for eviction. 15. Pets must be controlled in such a manner as not to disturb other campers. All pets must remain in the campground & not permitted anywhere else on the fairgrounds. 16. Charcoal burners may be used. NO OPEN FIRES.

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RICHLAND COUNTY AGRICULTURE SOCIETY AUXILIARY

The RCAS Auxiliary is a dedicated group of 15 ladies who have a special interest in the Richland County Fairgrounds. Most of them are from a rural background and have been fair goers since early childhood. They VOLUNTEER their time to assist where needed, but primarily work in the food service area where they prepare and serve food for the scheduled events held at the fairgrounds throughout the year. Events such as auctions, flea markets, Bottle shows, Toy Shows, bingo, livestock sales, gun shows, The Buckeye Iron Will, camping rallies, wedding receptions, the Civil War show, the Ham fest, the Home and Garden Show, craft shows, Martial Arts contests, the Mock Crash and Holiday dinners keep us busy all year. The Youth Hall cafeteria was built in 1994 at a cost of $500,000.00 which we paid off in 2003. That along with the Snack Bar in Fair Haven Hall, a kitchenette in the Arts and Crafts Building and a snack bar in the Grandstand are the bases of our food service operations. However, we have set up in other buildings on occasion to accommodate event planners. The monies realized from this service are funneled back into the Fairgrounds in the form of siding for all the barns, improvements for the Red Barn, replacement of barn roofs, vehicles, ice machines, a small freezer and refrigeration for the kitchens, plus many repair services throughout the year; all of which make the Richland County Fairgrounds the envy of other counties and provides a great place for almost any event. To accomplish all this, the members of the Auxiliary need extra help for the really large events such as The Civil War Show and during the Fair. During the fair alone we need 30 - 35 people each day to staff the cafeteria and grandstand. We are fortunate to have a group of wonderful people in the community who are willing to assist us. We simply could not do this without the help of community members. We are always looking for additional members. If you have a special interest in the Fairgrounds and would like to join our ranks, you are welcome. All that is required is for you to purchase a membership of $20.00. We meet the 4th Tuesday of each month in the Fairgrounds office at 7:00 pm. More information may be received by contacting Pat Wells, Auxiliary president at 419.756.6863. Members: Janie Barnhart, Ginny Bauer, Pam Burgan, Bonnie Cline, Marilyn Gilbert, Jean Green, Cindy Johnson, Martha Laser, Nita Mitchell, Jeannine Smith, Amy Stine, Kim Waggoner, Janet Miller, Martha Frank, Martha Shaffer, Carol Shultz, Lennah Vollmer, Pat Wells.

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THANK YOU TO THE 2013 JUNIOR FAIR RIBBON SPONSORS

Alpine Electric Barkdall Funeral Home Bob & Bob Door Cornell’s IGA Dr. Wingibler Eberts Energy Center EZE Rental Farm Credit Services Lake Erie Electric Mansfield News Journal Phillips Manufacturing Sensmeier’s Oil Company Shelby Floral Shelly & Sands Standard Plumbing & Heating Tribune Courier Washington Floors

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2012 MARKET LIVESTOCK CHAMPION BUYERS PLACE STEERS

EXHIBITOR

BUYER

AMOUNT

Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place

Kyle Blust Logan Vail Kaylin Studer Nicholas Gowitzka

Milliron’s Iron & Metal Milliron Auto Parts Phillips Mnugacturing Sunrise Cooperative, My Town Partners, Milliron’s Iron & Metal

$5,600.00 $1,400.00 $1,050.00 $5,500.00

Grand Champion

Shiloh Stuart

$3,600.00

Reserve Champion 3rd Place

Sarah Cook Ashley Franklin

4th Place

Katlyn Hulit

Phillips Mfg., Mid-Wood Inc/Agronomy Serv., Sunrise Cooperative Sunrise Cooperative Shelby FFA Alumni Buyers Club, Art & Mary Lee Barr, Jim & Terri Rieman Town & Country Co-op, Jim & Terri Rieman, Rieman Farms

Kelcie Chance Adam Cook Judiah Fields Logan Myers Brett Chance Madeline Baker Jeremy Williams Connor Ladd

Milliron’s Iron & Metal Sunrise Co-op, Niese Brother’s Farm Phillips Manufacturing Plymouth/Shiloh FFA Markley Show Pigs Phillips Manufacturing R & R Niese Farms Grove Swine Farm Show Pigs

$1,100.00 $ 950.00 $ 600.00 $ 900.00 $ 525.00 $1,400.00 $ 800.00 $ 800.00

Seth Wasilewski Justin Leach Kristen Wasilewski Lindsay Dunn Zack Temple Sidney Cassidy

Phillips Manufacturing Balck’s Heating & Air Conditioning Dave & Tammy Gauer,Abby & MaryAnn Boor Cornell’s IGA Sunrise Cooperative Kroger

$1,075.00 $ 550.00 $ 900.00 $ 525.00 $ 450.00 $ 625.00

Grand Champion

Luke Grauer

$3,000.00

Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place

Kathy Lehman Logan Vail Colton Boyer Hannah Shepherd

6th Place 7th Place 8th Place

Kristen Eisenhauer Kaitlyn Eisenhauer Ty Hoffman

Shearers Equip,Evans Sales & Serv, Mid-Wood Inc/Agronomy Serv Elite Excavating Co Inc Studer Farms R.S. Hanline & Co Tim & Melissa Keller Family, Mid-Wood Inc/ Agronomy Services, Shearers Equipment Shepherd Farms R.S. Hanline & Co Sunrise Cooperative

Sarah Cook Jordan Harvey Abby Motter Adam Cook Adison Niese Kaitlin Bowman Connor Ladd Jake Lewis

Milliron’s Iron & Metal Milliron’s Iron & Metal,Milliron Auto Parts Whetstone Concessions Phillips Manufacturing Burkhart Farm Center Phillips Manufacturing Richland Bank Crestview Area Buyer’s Club

$1,000.00 $ 900.00 $ 950.00 $ 900.00 $1,000.00 $ 650.00 $ 600.00 $ 525.00

DAIRY STEERS $1,350.00 $1,850.00 $1,650.00

HOGS Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th Place 7th Place 8th Place

LAMBS Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th Place

BEEF FEEDER CALVES $2,100.00 $1,600.00 $1,050.00 $2.000.00 $1,150.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00

DAIRY FEEDEER CALVES Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th Place 7th Place 8th Place

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2012 MARKET LIVESTOCK CHAMPION BUYERS cont’d. PLACE

EXHIBITOR

BUYER

AMOUNT

Peter Bisel Gabriella Allen Abigail Crouch Elizabeth Maglott Benjamin Crouch Taylor Stamper Emily Handshoe Camryn Hummel

Milliron’s Iron & Metal Phillips Manufacturing Kroger Jamison Well Drilling Kroger Milliron’s Iron & Metal Schroeder Farms Richland Bank

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

700.00 525.00 325.00 300.00 275.00 220.00 340.00 350.00

Samuel Dixon Joshua Dixon Rachel Doklovic Stephanie Eidt

Phillips Manufacturing Jamison Well Drilling Milliron’s Iron & Metal Schroeder Farms

$ $ $ $

675.00 400.00 325.00 425.00

Sydni Hempstead Seth Gwirtz Cory Myers Joseph Burkhalter

Nachurs Alpine Solutions Sportsman’s Den Cole Distributing Inc Schroeder Farms

$ $ $ $

900.00 500.00 400.00 500.00

Kristen Eisenhauer Brianna Gwirtz Mikka Messmore Christian Sauder Morgan Roush Hunter Shifley Seth Gwirtz Austin Friend

Milliron’s Iron & Metal, Plymouth/Shiloh FFA Fackler Farms Feed & Grain Shelby Floral Mechanics Savings Bank Schroeder Farms Phillips Manufacturing Mid-Wood Inc, Agronomy Services Adena Corporation

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,275.00 1,275.00 1,025.00 750.00 1,275.00 500.00 475.00 500.00

Kristen Eisenhauer Hannah Hardman Mackenzie Wagers Becca Hostetter

R. S. Hanline & Co Fackler Farms Feed & Grain Arcelor Mittal Shelby FFA Alumni Buyers Club

$ 1,100.00 $ 850.00 $ 725.00 $ 450.00

Brayden Burhalter Logan Cronenwett Jackson Vent Warren Rehberg Derek Savick Emma Hlad Chloe Hlad Brycen Burkhalter

Shelby Owls Club Rader Old Fashion Ice Cream Arcelor Mittal Jenny & Dan Circosta Lucas/Lucas FFA Alumni Buyers Club Milliron’s Iron & Metal Milliron’s Iron & Metal Sportsman’s Den

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

RABBITS Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th Place 7th Place 8th Place

TURKEYS Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place

BROILERS Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place

BORER GOATS Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th Place 7th Place 8th Place

DAIRY GOATS Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place

DUCKS Grand Champion Reserve Champion 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th Place 7th Place 8th Place

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2012 MARKET LIVESTOCK BUYER’S Abby & Mary Ann Boor Adam Bihl MD-Shelby Primary Care Adams, Albert & Curry Agency Adena Corporation Adrian & Tonya Garofalo Arcelor Mittal Art & Mary Lee Barr Beer’s Repair Benham & Ream Law Office Black’s Heating & Air Conditioning Briner Farms Brodbeck Seeds Broerman Crop Ins Broshco Fabrications Burkhart Farm Center C. Eshelman Concrete Carl Schroeder Carter Electric Century Link Charles & Vicky Schroeder Farms Chuck & Karen Steele Chuck Shaw Citizens Bank Clear Fork Buyers Club Cole Distributing Inc Consolidated Electric Co-op Cornell’s Express Cornell’s IGA Country Roads Veterinary Serv. Inc Crawford Drainage Crestview Area Buyers Club D & C Farms-Dale & Charlie Schroeder Dale & Linda Schroeder Farms Dale & Pam Hulit Dave & Tammy Grauer Dearman Moving & Storage Earl’s Custom Bailing Elite Excavating Co., Inc. Evans Sales & Service Fackler Farms Feed & Grain Farm Credit Services Gloria Franklin Gorman Rupp Grauer Club Calves Grove Swine Farm Show Pigs Gwirtz Foods Hicks Auto Body Hidden Pines Cattle Co J & J Spray Inc James & Pat Schaub, Brenda Roberts Jamison Well Drilling Jay Industries Jay Plastics Jenny & Dan Circosta Jim & Pat Schaub Jim & Stacy Thomas & Family Jim & Terri Rieman Joe Morganstern

John Williams Family/Phyllis Lybarger Just Biz Inc Keith & Brian Alt Farm Keith & Nancy Alt Farms Kelvin Egner Kranz Farms-Tom & Loren Kroger Kronis Coatings Kuhn Costume Rental Lantz Star Graphics Leedy Farms Lexington Buyers Club Link’s Country Meats Longview Steel Lucas/Lucas FFA Alumni Buyers Club Lucky 4-Hers 4-H Club MWG Nubians Mark Schroeder Markley Show Pigs Matt & Robin Smedley Rentals McGinty Rentals Mechanics Savings Bank Mennel Milling Metz Machine Shop Metzger Farms Metzger Feeds Metzger’s Precision Electric Mid-Wood Inc/Agronomy Services Mike Nancy Oehlhof Milliron Auto Parts Milliron Waste Management Milliron’s Iron & Metal My Town Partners N-Route Machine Works Nachurs Alpine Solutions Nationwide Ins – Chris Schiefer Niese Brothers Farm On The Loose & Runnin 4H Club P R Machine Works PGW Industries PNC Bank-Barb Fisher PNC Bank-Lanny Hopkins Page Exc. Performance Feed Phillips Manufacturing Plymouth/Shiloh FFA Alumni Quality Saw & Tool R & R Niese Farms R.S. Hanline & Co Rader Old Fashion Ice Cream Raymond & Becky Meadows Reiman Farms Richland Bank Rietschlin Electric & Maintenance Rocky Acres Feeder Calves Russ-Men Farms-Russ & Mindy Sellman SASCO Specialty Advertising Sarca Manufacturing Schroeder Farms-Anthony & John 93

Schumacher Farms Scott W Franklin Sharpnack Ford of Willard Shearers Equipment Sheila Hummel-Corpad Co Shelby FFA Alumni Buyers Club Shelby Floral Shelby Owls Club Shepherd Farms Sieving Asparagus Farm Sportsman’s Den Studer Farms Sunrise Cooperative Supper Shredded Chicken Sutton Bank The Henning Co Tim & Melissa Keller Family Timothy Lynch Farm Todd Schroeder/Pioneer Seed Tony & Lisa Fernandez Town & Country Co-op Trent Walker Tres Den’s Jewelers Turner Funeral Home Vince & Jennifer Rehberg Westfield Insurance Whetstone Concessions Zara Construction 2012 CLEAR FORK BUYER’S CLUB Alpina Farms Buckeye Iron Will Club Butler Wood Products Chem Tech Consultants Inc Charles Miller Auctioneer Employees Chris Laux Family Chuck Steelman-Great Lakes Hybrids Circle H Cattle Clear Fork Veterinary Hospital Dave & Delores Dill David Jolin Nationwide Insurance Dr T L Sazdanoff D.C.,P.A. Doug Leedy Farms Eberts Energy Service Gary & Suzanne Mathes Gatton Packaging George & Nancy Keep Jefferson Twp Bellville Fireman Jones Potato Chip Co K & R Supply LLC Lois Oyster Malinda Worner McDonald’s Milliron Auto Parts Raymond Ball Family Rheabelle Swank Richland Co Agricultural Society Richland Co Township Assoc Robert & Erica Parnisari


2012 CLEAR FORK BUYERS CLUB cont’d Scott & Brenda Gerhart Sieving Asparagus Farm Smith’s Body Shop Smith True Value Hardware Steve Bloir Stoodt’s Market Weekley CDJ Inc Westfield Tropical Sno Whatman Hardwood Whatman Realtors & Auctioneers Worner Veterinary Hospital 2012 CRESTVIEW BUYERS CLUB Andrew & Rhonda Motter Ashland Tractor Sales Beck Farms Becky & Joseph Givens Beers Repair Inc Buckeye Iron Will Clug Cliff & Ann Williams Charles Miller Auctioneers Chris & Stacy Campbell Country Roads Vet Services Inc Crestview FFA Crestview FFA Alumni Dale & Pam Hulit Dave & Nancy Oswalt Dennis & Judith Figley Diane & Alan Westfield Esbenshade Whetstone Concession Farm Gang 4H Club Frank & Carmen Walthour Gardner Insurance Gary & Angie Lehman Gary & Nancy McGraw George Myers Heather & John Motter Family Joel & Mary Beth Albright Kuhn Costumes Marilyn Esbenshade Mark,Veronica, Abe & Jed Sauder Matthew Bernhard MD Mike & Mary Frazier Milliron Auto Parts New Edition 4H Club PK’s Place LLC Ralph Hulit Richland Co Agricultural Society Richland Co Township Association Ringler Plumbing & Heating Robert & Marilyn Glen Sam & Angel Sauder Schroeder’s Dairy Delight Shiloh Community Grange Shirley Hartschuh Spring Hill Fruit Farm LLC Steve & Deb Spoerr Tim & Deb Bernhard

Tom & April Bruzda Trent Insurance Group 2012 LEXINGTON BUYERS CLUB Annabelle Kochheiser Appleseed Valley Veterinary Hospital Betty McKinney Bill & Judy Swartzmiller Bud & Janice Ford Cedar Brook Farms Charles Miller Auctioneer Employees Craner Chiropractic Craner Club Lambs Darla, Emma & Max Baker in memory of Bill Baker Jr. Haring Chiropractic J & B Accoustical Keith & Sue Kisling Family Kelly’s Propane Kochheiser Farms Lesch Battery Loren & Chris McKinney McDonald’s Restaurant, Hanley Rd Mike & Pat Ziegelhofer Milliron Auto Parts Nathan Kiefer Family Phil & Ann Walter Plain View Farms Richland Co Agricultural Society Richland Co Livestock Lovers 4H Club Richland Co Township Association Sutton Bank Timothy Wert The Pooch Parlor Tom Dubusky Family 2012 LUCAS BUYERS CLUB Baker’s Mechanical Repair Berry Chiropractic Best Little Horse House in Lucas! Blevins Tires Charles Miller Auctioneer Clearview Farms Cook Plumbing & Heating Cook’s Machine Shop Cubs Cave Custom Home Building & Construction Davis Tree Service Davis Well Service Dean & Jan Cook, In Memory of Brad Cook Duke’s Bar Ed & Earlene Savick Fanello Concrete Hal Maxfield Real Estate Hamilton’s One Trip Interstate Battery Loudonville Equity Lucas FFA Alumni Lucas Farm Club 94

Lucas Lions Club Lucas Superintendent, Steve & Sherri Dickerson Mansfield Charity & Scholarship Group Mansfield Restaurant Miller Auctioneering Employees Milliron Auto Parts Mohican Steel Fabricators Paul Revere’s Restaurant Pioneer Administrator, Mary Lee & Art Barr Premier Hair Co Rainbow Garden Ralph Garnsey Auto Repair Richland Co Agricultural Society Richland Co Township Association Rocky Fork Repair Sauder Comfort-A/C & Heating Schroeder’s Dairy Delight Sieving Asparagus Farm Town Money Saver US Bank, Lucas Branch Westfield’s Tropical Sno Andrew & Jennifer Doklovic Ann Dunn Barb Schaad Betty Berry Bill & Jan Grubaugh Bill Yarnell Jr. Bill Yarnell Sr. Brent & Sue Sanders Brian & Lisa Cook Bruce & Denise Sauder Bruce & Susan Cook Charlotte McFarland Connie & John Caugherty Dean & Jan Cook Dennis Kragick Dick Sauder Gary & Janet McGugin George McFarland Glen McLaughlin Jack Barrett Janet Grover Jim Procker, In Memory of Andy Procker Jim & Carol Hardin Jim & Kathleen Fanello Jim & Nancy Niswander Jim & Tammy Canfield Joe & Karen Morganstern John & April Kleilein Juanita Lehnhart Ken Wolf Ken & Susan Sauder Larry & Ann Kleilein Lee Cook Leonard & Kathy Kleilein Linda McFarland Margaret Stone Mark, Abraham & Jed Sauder Martha Arehart


2012 LUCAS BUYERS CLUB cont’d Scott & Amy Savick Scott & Julie Sauder Tim & Tammy Cooper Tim & Vicki Stallard Tom & Alesia McFarland Trent & Amy McFarland Tyler Cook

2012 PLYMOUTH/SHILOH BUYERS CLUB Alice & Frank Snyder Andi & Mike Gowitzka Arden & Penny Kessler Betty Gilger Bibs & Boots 4-H Club Bi-Cracky Farm Blackfork Friends 4-H Club Buckeye Iron Will Club Charles D Huston Chris’s Cakes & Supplies Cole Distributing Cory, Melissa, Levi & Logan Myers Dan “Butch” & Barb Gilger David & Brenda Myers David & Candi Shepherd Daron Farms Greenhouse Discount Drug Mart Doris Arnold Dorothy Boyer Dr Winbigler & Zitko Opt Echelbarger Farms Eileen & Randy Eisenhauer Elaine Root Eugene & Carol Kirkpatrick Felty Farms Fenner’s Plbg, Htg & AC Fiddler Construction Finnegan Painting & Decorating Gary & Terri Bisel Glen’s Surplus Heather Baker Hidden Pine Cattle Co Hound Dog Hop Ice Box Drive Thru Ivan King J. J. Pizza James L. Bond Agency Jay & Gale Adams Jeff & Candy Echelbarger Jeff & Laura Burrer Joe & Dorothy Runkel Joe & Laura Ringler John Adams John & Dixie Hart Joyce VonStein Keith Boyer Kenneth & Charlene Burrer

Kenneth & Marlene Snider Kessler’s Drywall Kilgore & Herring CPA Korre & Belinda Boyer Kranz Farm Kurtzman Sanitation Larry & Pat Laser LJ Environmental LLC Mark,Jennifer,Andy & Susan Fry Met’s Machine Shop Mickey Mart-Plymouth Midwood Inc Mike & Trish Tracey Miller’s Auctioneering Employees Miller’s Auctioneering Milton Brown Mr. & Mrs. Steve Rhodes Mrs .Harmon Sloan Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour Nancy Beauty Shop New Editions 4-H Club Onion Boy Inc Mickey Mart Planktown Country Market Planktown Hardware & More Plymouth American Legion Post #447 Plymouth Barber Shop Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Plymouth FFA Chapter Plymouth Fire Department Plymouth Hardware Plymouth Lion’s Club Plymouth Locomotive Service LLC PM Acres R S Hanline Company R&R Drywall Finishing Reer Family Farms Richland Co Agricultural Society Richland Co Coonhunters Club Richland Co TWP Assoc Rietschlin Farms Ruggles Elevator Sam’s Club Scott & Gale Wagner Secor Funeral Home Shiloh Community Grange #2608 Shiloh Diner Shiloh, Bloomingrove & Cass Firefighters Spring Hill Fruit Farm Stephanie & Tom Lewis Stoodt Insurance Co Swartz Potato Farm The Pipe Shop The Shop Custom Cabinets Todd & Jenny Arnold Tom & Amy Miller Tom Thompson Insurance Co Tony & Pam Hugel 95

Virginia Fidler Walnut Hill Feed Inc Westfield Tropical Sno William & Priscilla Briner Woody Ridge Golf Course 2012 SHELBY BUYERS CLUB Allen’s Barber Shop American Legion O’Brien Post #326 Barkdull Funeral Home Beers Repair Benham & Ream Co L.P.A. Bibs Boots 4H Club Boliantz Hardware BREAKFAST C & L FarmS Cain Graphic & Screen Printing Chaos Café Charles Miller Auctioneer Employees Chester Jones Memorial Cole Distribution Inc Cornell Express Cornell’s IGA Country Clovers 4H Club Country Kids 4H Club Details Hair Salon Edward D Jones Investments Fenner Plumbing & Heating Freedom Wranglers Fry Farms Hastings Financial Services Hazelgrove Ladies Aid J & L Construction Knights of Columbus Lamb Builders LLC Lantz Star Graphics Ltd Legends Sports Grill & Pub Fundraiser Mansfield Hardware & Supply MedCentral Health System Milliron Auto Parts Moritz Material MTD Products New Edition 4H Club Paul’s Drive In Pioneer Career & Technology Admin Pioneer Career & Technology Administrators Pioneer Career & Tech Center Staff PNC Bank Poland Depler & Shepherd Co., LPA Poplar Lane Farm Principal Red & Gray Gang 4H Club Richland Co TWP Assoc Richland Co Agricultural Society Rod’s Custom Stocks Roush Realty & Auctioneer Schere Farm Market Schroeder’s Dairy Delight


2012 SHELBY BUYERS CLUB cont’d Shelby Area Democratic Club Shelby Carryout Shelby City School Treasurer Shelby Daily Globe Shelby FFA Shelby Fire Fighters Shelby Mutual Insurance Agency Shelby Parts Co Shelby Rotary Club Shelby Thrift Shop Shelby Water Service SHS Athletic Boosters Snappy Studio & Design Statice Quo Greenhouse Stoodt Insurance Superintendent Shelby Schools Ted & Ali’s Corner Café Thuvette Financial Services Tucker Car Wash Viers Electric Westfield Tropical Sno Winbigler & Zitko Optometrists, LTD Harold & Phyllis Alt Jeff Alt Katie Alt Keith & Nancy Alt Scott Alt Sylvia Argo Paul & Carolyn Armstrong Bill & Pat Baird Roger & Teresa Baird Art & Mary Lee Barr Gary & Donna Biglin Jim & Cathy Bly Rene Burtscher Jim & Mandy Bricker Richard & Patricia Carlisle George & Maxine Cole Jr. Edward Cooke Fred & Lynn Cooke Lance & Ron Copoke Jr Kenny Coontz Dave & Andrea Downs Jeremy & Brittany Drapper Todd & Colette Dunn Randy & Eileen Eisenhauer Doug & Barb Fidler Jay & Allison Fordyce Chad & Evelyn Franklin Gregg, Gloria & Scott Franklin Bill, Kathy, Kim & Matt Gardner John & Cheryl Gies Rob & Jamie Gilger Lanny Gooding Bob & Carol Grove Dick & Diane Guill Tom & Judy Guill Tom & Susan Guill Cass & Lisa Gwirtz

Cory & Jessica Hanlon Mark & Karen Harvey Robert & Marlene Harvey Scott & Barb Harvey Richard & Barbara Hawk Bruce & Sherry Hebble Susie Henkel Kevin Herring CPA Patrick & Denise Heydinger Hans Hiedemann Pamela Hoffman Dave & Garnet Hoover Judy & Jacque Hoover Stan & Darlene Ingram Erin Jones Diana Delauder & Josh Yee William & Janet Kehres Norma Kerley Ronald & Carolee Kissel John & Marilyn Klopfenstein Concessions Lore & Kristi Kranz Mike & Natalie Lantz Chuck & Jenny Leemaster Sam & Kari Lybarger Carl & Marilyn McCracken Gene & Ruth McFarland Marty Metzger Brittany VanDine & Morgan Schumacher Dean & Gail Myers Roger & Terri Niese Phil Pearson Kenny & Sheryl Phillips Adam Reith John & Karen Reith Robert & Monica Robinson Darwin & Lou Ellen Sampsel Judge Jon Schaefer Paul & Miriam Schroeder Steve & Linda Schumacher Richard & Jan Shelhouse Joyce Shetler Bob & Linda Simmons Kent & Kathy Snyder Ron & Linda Spangler Rob & L:ouann Steiner Dr. Mike Tenpenny Randy & Beth Terman Alan & Julie Vogt Christopher & Christine Vogt Joyce VonStein Scott & Gale Wagner Mike & Jen Walter Gregory & Jackie Wasilewski Dr. Edwin Winbigler Jeff & Jen Yates Nate Yockey Steve & Jody Yockey Mike & Darlene Zappa 96


2013 Ohio Agricultural Fair Schedule OHIO STATE FAIR (Columbus) July 24 - August 4

COUNTY FAIR & LOCATION ADAMS COUNTY FAIR (West Union) ALLEN COUNTY FAIR (Lima) ASHLAND COUNTY FIAR (Ashland) ASHTABULA COUNTY FAIR (Jefferson) ATHENS COUNTY FAIR (Athens) AUGLAIZE COUNTY FAIR (Wapakoneta) BELMONT COUNTY FAIR (St. Clairsville) BROWN COUNTY FAIR (Georgetown) BUTLER COUNTY FAIR (Hamilton) CARROLL COUNTY FAIR (Carrollton) CHAMPAIGN COUNTY FAIR (Urbana) CLARK COUNTY FAIR (Springfield) CLERMONT COUNTY FAIR (Owensville) CLINTON COUNTY FAIR (Wilmington) COLUMBIANA COUNTY FAIR (Lisbon) COSHOCTON COUNTY FAIR (Coshocton) CRAWFORD COUNTY FAIR (Bucyrus) CUYAHOGA COUNTY FAIR (Berea) DRAKE COUNTY FAIR (Greenville) DEFIANCE COUNTY FAIR (Hicksville) DELAWARE COUNTY FAIR (Delaware) ERIE COUNTY FAIR (Sandusky) FAIRFIELD COUNTY FAIR (Lancaster) FAYETTE COUNTY FAIR (Wash. C.H.) FRANKLIN COUNTY FAIR (Hilliard) FULTON COUNTY FAIR (Wauseon) GALLIA COUNTY FAIR (Gallipolis) GEAUGA COUNTY FAIR (Burton) GREENE COUNTY FAIR (Xenia) GUERNSEY COUNTY FAIR (Old Wash.) HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR (Carthage) HANCOCK COUNTY FAIR (Findlay) HARDIN COUNTY FAIR (Kenton) HARRISON COUNTY FAIR (Cadiz) HENRY COUNTY FAIR (Napoleon) HIGHLAND COUNTY FAIR (Hillsboro) HOCKING COUNTY FAIR (Logan) HOLMES COUNTY FAIR (Millersburg) HURON COUNTY FAIR (Norwalk) JACKSON COUNTY FAIR (Wellston) JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR (Smithfield) KNOX COUNTY FAIR (Mt Vernon) LAKE COUNTY FAIR (Painesville) LAWRENCE COUNTY FAIR (Proctorville) LOGAN COUNTY FAIR (Bellefontaine) LORAIN COUNTY FAIR (Wellington) LUCAS COUNTY FAIR (Maumee) MADISON COUNTY FAIR (London) MAHONING COUNTY FAIR (Canfield) MARION COUNTY FAIR (Marion) MEDINA COUNTY FAIR (Medina) MEIGS COUNTY FAIR (Pomeroy)

DATES July 14-20 Aug. 16-24 Sept. 15-21 Aug. 6-11 Aug. 2-10 July 28-Aug. 3 Sept. 3-8 Sept. 24-28 July 21-27 July 16-21 Aug. 2-9 July 19-26 July 21-27 July 6-13 July 20-Aug. 4 Sept.27-Oct. 3 July 14-20 Aug. 5-11 Aug. 16-24 Aug. 17-24 Sept. 14-21 Aug. 6-11 Oct. 6-12 July 14-20 July 13-20 Aug.30-Sept.5 July 29-Aug. 3 Aug. 29-Sept.2 July 28-Aug. 3 Sept. 9-14 Aug. 7-11 Aug. 28-Sept.2 Sept. 3-8 July 2-6 Aug. 9-15 Aug. 31-Sept.7 Sept. 9-14 Aug. 5-10 Aug. 12-17 July 12-20 Aug. 13-18 July 21-27 Aug. 13-18 July 6-13 July 8-13 Aug. 19-25 July 9-14 July 7-13 Aug. 28-Sept.2 July 1-6 July 29-Aug. 4 Aug. 12-17

COUNTY FAIR & LOCATION MERCER COUNTY FAIR (Celina) MIAMI COUNTY FAIR (Troy) MONROE COUNTY FAIR (Woodsfield) MONTGOMERY COUNTY FAIR (Dayton) MORGAN COUNTY FAIR (McConnelsville) MORROW COUNTY FAIR (Mt. Gilead) MUSKINGUM COUNTY FAIR (Zanesville) NOBLE COUNTY FAIR (Caldwell) OTTAWA COUNTY FAIR (Oak Harbor) PAULDING COUNTY FAIR (Paulding) PERRY COUNTY FAIR (New Lexington) PICKAWAY COUNTY FAIR (Circleville) PIKE COUNTY FAIR (Piketon) PORTAGE COUNTY FAIR (Randolph) PREBLE COUNTY FAIR (Eaton) PUTNAM COUNTY FAIR (Ottawa) RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR (Mansfield) ROSS COUNTY FAIR (Chillicothe) SANDUSKY COUNTY FAIR (Fremont) SCIOTO COUNTY FAIR (Lucasville) SENECA COUNTY FAIR (Tiffin) SHELBY COUNTY FAIR (Sidney) STARK COUNTY FAIR (Canton) SUMMIT COUNTY FAIR (Tallmadge) TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR (Cortland) TUSCARAWAS COUNTY FAIR (Dover) UNION COUNTY FAIR (Marysville) VAN WERT COUNTY FAIR (Van Wert) VINTON COUNTY FAIR (McArthur) WARREN COUNTY FAIR (Lebanon) WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR (Marietta) WAYNE COUNTY FAIR (Wooster) WILLIAMS COUNTY FAIR (Montpelier) WOOD COUNTY FAIR (Bowling Green) WYANDOT COUNTY FAIR (Up. Sandusky)

DATES Aug. 9-15 Aug. 9-15 Aug. 19-24 Aug. 28-Sept.2 Sept. 3-7 Aug. 26-Sept.2 Aug. 11-17 Aug. 26-31 July 15-21 June 10-15 July 15-20 June 15-22 July 26-Aug, 3 Aug. 20-25 July 27-Aug. 3 June 24-29 Aug. 4-10 Aug. 3-10 Aug. 20-25 Aug. 5-10 July 21-28 July 21-27 Aug. 27-Sept.2 July 23-28 July 9-14 Sept. 16-22 July 21-27 Aug. 28-Sept.2 July 22-27 July 16-20 Aug. 31-Sept.3 Sept. 7-12 Sept. 7-14 July 29-Aug.5 Sept. 10-15

INDEPENDENT FAIRS ALBANY (Athens Co.) ATTICA (Seneca Co.) BARLOW (Washington Co.) BELLVILLE (Richland Co.) HARTFORD (Licking Co.) LOUDONVILLE (Ashland Co.) RICHWOOD (Union Co.)

DATES Sept. 4-8 Aug. 6-10 Sept. 26-29 Sept. 11-14 Aug. 3-10 Oct. 1-5 Aug. 28-Sept.2

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2013 Richland County Fair

Truck and Tractor Pull Friday, August 9th @ 7pm Track 1 6000 lb V-8 Tractors 6500 lb Open Farm Tractors

8500 lb Light Pro Tractors 12,000 lb Hot Farm 15,000 lb Farm Stock 8000 lb Work Stock Diesel Trucks

Track 2

Antiques 4500 lb 5500 lb 6500 lb King of the hill (no weight limit)

> NO cut tires > 3.5 mph speed limit Tri County Garden Tractor Pullers $20 Entry fee Competitors enter Pits off of Longview Ave. For more information email firefarm@hotmail.com 98


OSTPA Tractor Pulling Returns to the Richland County Fair! “Heaviest Motorsport on Wheels”

OSTPA Modified Tractor Pull Thursday, August 8th, 2013 @ 7pm Richland County Fairgrounds Mansfield, Ohio

Super Stock

Pro Stock Semi

Classes 8300lb Super Stock Tractors 6500lb Super Modified Four Wheel Drive Trucks 10,000lb Pro Stock Semis 2.6 Diesel 4x4 Trucks Tickets prices — (12 and under FREE) Fair admission

- $5

Grandstand admission - $8

Pit Side seating - $13 www.OSTPA.com

Diesel 4x4

For more information call – 419.747.3717 or visit our website www.richlandcountyfair.com Super Modified Four Wheel Drive

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Speed Barn

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