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Agricultural Society - Past & Present ....................52-53 Baby Show .................................................................. 41 Beef Cattle Show ........................................................ 17 Committee Chairpersons ............................................. 5 Culinary Crafts .......................................................26-27 Dairy Cattle Show ....................................................... 15 Demolition Derby ........................................................ 25 Goat Show .................................................................. 18 Hay & Grain ................................................................. 21 Horticulture.................................................................. 23 How to Fill Out the Entry Form................................... 56 Leisure Arts & Crafts .............................................34-37 Officers, Directors, Assoc. Directors ......................... 52

Open Heavy & Light Horse Show ............................... 13 Pet Show ..................................................................... 41 Pickles & Preserves .................................................... 29 President’s Message, Mayor’s Message ..................... 5 Roots & Vegetables .................................................... 21 Rules & Regulations ...................................................... 7 Schedule of Events ..................................................... 31 Youth Prize List ......................................................43-47 Sheep Show ................................................................ 19 Sponsors & Donors .................................................... 57 Tractor & Truck Pull - Sanctioned ........................ 24-25 4H Life Skills ................................................................ 51

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On behalf of the directors, members, and volunteers of the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society, we welcome you to our 160th Old Tyme Fair.

On behalf of the Township of Mapleton Council and Staff, I would like to welcome everyone to Mapleton and the 2016 Drayton Fair.

This is a huge milestone we have reached. We could not have done it without our supportive community, dedicated volunteers and hard working directors. We have made some exciting changes for this year and as always hope there is something here for everyone to enjoy.

I would like to congratulate the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society on the celebration of the 160th Drayton Fair. This milestone represents hard work and dedication from many volunteers that continue to bring a successful event to our Township. Without a doubt, the 160th Old Tyme Fair will be a weekend filled with friendly competition and family entertainment within our diverse rural community. Once again congratulations,your work is the foundation for a strong municipality.

So make sure you come out and bring some friends, family and some new neighbors to support our local fair.

Jim Zantinge, President of The Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society

Best of luck to everyone participating in this years’ events!

Neil Driscoll, Mayor

2016 Chairpersons Beef Cattle Buildings & Grounds Campin’ & Jammin’ Catering Concessions Culinary Crafts Dairy Cattle Demolition Derby Gates Goats Hay & Grain Heavy Horse Horticulture Leisure Arts & Crafts Pet Show Pickles & Preserves Roots & Vegetables School Section & Youth Sheep Storage Tractor Pull Website

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Rules & Regulations See for Registration Forms & more Information. Proof of at least two million dollars liability insurance must be shown by all livestock exhibitors and event participants. 1.

All exhibitors, spectators and participants must pay admission - a wristband will be issued. Children 6 & under are Free. Valid 4H Card - 1 FREE Admission to the Fair.

2. All exhibits, except livestock, will be judged on the first day of the show and must be entered with the Secretary and on the grounds between 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Thursday, or 8:30- 11:00 a.m. Friday. Judging will start at 12:00 p.m. Friday. Exhibits can be picked up at 4:00 p.m. Sunday. All livestock must be entered with the Secretary, and on the grounds before 10:00 a.m. the day of showing and judging to start at 11:00 a.m. unless otherwise stated. 3.

While the Directors will take every possible precaution under the circumstances to secure safety of articles sent to the exhibition, the owners must take the responsibility and the risk of exhibiting and should any article be accidentally injured, lost or stolen, the Directors will give all the assistance in their powers towards recovery but will not make any payments for the value thereof.

4. Persons exhibiting articles not their own and not in accordance with these rules, shall forfeit all prizes. 5. All articles included in the Homecraft Division must be the production of the house exhibiting it and the Director in charge of Division has the authority to call for an affidavit. 6. A piece of each entry will be kept on show and the remaining pie, cake, etc., will be allowed to be taken home at 4:30 p.m. Friday, or when judging is completed. 7. An exhibitor may enter only one entry per class, with the exception that an exhibitor in livestock classes may have 2 entries in any class. 8. Root vegetables are: beets, carrots, parsnips, turnips, rutabagas, radishes and sugar beets. Vegetables should be cleaned and uniform in size and shape. 9.

Membership fee. Everyone over the age of 18 who competes, pays a membership fee. Annual Associate Membership $5 or Full Voting Membership $10.

10. The Society will not be responsible for any loss, damage or accident occurring to any property on the grounds during the fair. 11. In the case of an error in the printing of the prize list, the Directors have the power to rectify the same. 12. No prize will be paid until the books are properly made up, and all complaints, if any, heard and decided by the Directors. 13. No person shall be allowed to go near the judges during their inspection of stock except the Directors appointed for that purpose whose duty it shall be to preserve order and point out the various lots.

14. All exhibits in harness classes must be shown in a suitable vehicle. 15. Exhibitors of purebred stock must produce to the Secretary, previous to entry, satisfactory Certificates of Registration in their different Class Books, or give satisfactory evidence that they are entitled to be registered in the same. 16. Brood mares must be accompanied by their foals or satisfactory proof furnished that they have suckled a foal during the present season. 17. Proof of at least two million dollars liability insurance must be shown by all livestock exhibitors and event participants. 18. All livestock must be shown in the judging ring in order to be awarded prize money. 19. No animals shall be removed from the show grounds until 3:00 p.m. without permission. All stock, produce or other articles exhibited are at risk of the owner and bulls must be secured by the proper rings to prevent mischief. 20. All prize cheques are to be cashed within 90 days of date issued. To accommodate exhibitors at a distance the Secretary will receive entries by mail addressed to: Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society Box 255, Drayton, Ont. N0G 1P0 SPECIAL NOTE In case of bad or unfavorable weather, or other reasons causing the receipts to fall short of paying expenses, a proportionate amount, exclusive of membership, will be deducted from such prizes, to enable Directors to balance the amounts collected, and not leave the whole sum to be a debt to bear heavily on the Society and thus impair its usefulness. PRIVACY OF INFORMATION POLICY Any information collected by the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society regarding members, exhibitors, commercial exhibitors, sponsors, directors and any other persons related directly to the business of the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society and the Drayton Fair, will be used solely for the purposes of promotion of the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society and the Drayton Fair, and for maintenance of their files and data base. Any member, exhibitor, commercial exhibitor, sponsor or director realizes that when they agree to take part in the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society and the Drayton Fair, their names may be published for these reasons only. None of this information, whatsoever, will be sold or transferred to any outside party for any reason.

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Open Heavy & Light Horse Show Saturday, August 6th – 11:00 a.m. Director: Jim Walker 638-2449, Wendy Holtzhauer, Janice Nixon Please Note: Exhibitors must register with the Secretary prior to the show. When an exhibitor is showing more than one entry in a class, please ensure the additional entries are listed on the entry form. Numbers must be worn while showing, Proof of insurance is required, and all exhibitors must sign a “Hold Harmless Agreement”. Helmets must be worn when showing under saddle. ORDER OF SHOWING WILL BE ANNOUNCED. CLASS AALL BREED HEAVY HORSE HARNESS CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1. 4 Horse Hitch $80 $70 $60 $50 2. Unicorn Hitch $60 $50 $40 $30 3. Heavy Team $40 $35 $30 $25 4. Light Team $40 $35 $30 $25 5. Best Mated Groomed Team $40 $35 $30 $25 6. Team with Lady Driver $40 $35 $30 $25 7. Single Draft Hitch $40 $35 $30 $25 CLASS B – OPEN CLASS 1. Junior Driver- Heavy $20 $15 $12 $10 2. Open Horse or pony under saddle $20 $15 $12 $10 3. Open Costume Class $20 $15 $12 $10

CLASS C – LINE CLASS 1. Draft- Broodmare $20 $15 $12 $10 2. Draft – Foal of current year $20 $15 $12 $10 3. Draft- Yearling $20 $15 $12 $10 4. Draft- 2 year old filly or gelding $20 $15 $12 $10 5. Draft- 3year old filly or gelding $20 $15 $12 $10 6. Draft- 3 horses owned by 1 owner $20 $15 $12 $10 7. Junior Showmanship (under 18) $20 $15 $12 $10 8. Best Pony on the Grounds $20 $15 $12 $10 REG BLACK SPECIAL Trophy for the Best Heavy Horse on the grounds RYAN AND ROBERT BLACK SPECIAL Random draw for exhibitorsWin Black’s Bioplus Vitamin & Mineral Supplement


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Dairy Cattle Show Saturday, August 6th – 12:00 p.m. Class F – Open Dairy Classes Director: Ben Hennessy 519-638-2071 All animals must have RFID button in ear 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

1. Showmanship, ages 16 and over $50 $40 $30 $20 Sponsored by Drayton Veterinary Services 2. Showmanship, ages 13 – 15 $50 $40 $30 $20 Sponsored by Nieuwland Feed & Supply Ltd. 3. Showmanship, ages 10 – 12 $50 $40 $30 $20 Sponsored by Eldale Veterinary Clinic 4. Showmanship, ages 9 and under $50 $40 $30 $20 5. Junior Heifer, born Mar 1, 2016 or later $50 $40 $30 $20 Sponsored by Bridge Country Feeds 6. Intermediate Heifer, born Dec 1, 2015 – Feb 28, 2016 $50 $40 $30 $20 Sponsored by Conestogo Agri Systems 7. Senior Heifer, Born Sept 1, 2015 – Nov 30, 2015 $50 $40 $30 $20 Sponsored by Allan Johnston Limited 8. Summer Yearling, born June 1, 2015 – Aug 31, 2015 $50 $40 $30 $20 Sponsored by Jones Feed Mill 9. Intermediate Yearling, born Mar 1, 2015 – May 31, 2015 $50 $40 $30 $20 10. Overall Junior Champion Dairy Calf & Reserve Rosettes donated by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society 11. Champion & Reserve Champion Rosettes donated by Daisy Meadow Farms $100 $50







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Beef Cattle Show Sunday, August 7th - 12:00 p.m. Class V – Open Beef Classes Director: David Wooddisse 519-638-2705 All animals must have RFID button in ear 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

1. Senior showmanship, ages 16 – 21, $50 2. Intermediate Showmanship, ages 13- 15 $50 Sponsored by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society 3. Junior Showmanship, ages 10 – 12 $50 Sponsored by Wellington Construction Contractors Inc 4. Showmanship, ages 9 and under $50 Sponsored by Gray’s Auction Service Inc 5. Champion & Reserve Beef Showperson Rosettes donated by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society 6. Heifer Calf, born after Jan. 1, 2015 $50 Sponsored by Secure Insurance 7. Fall Yearling, Born Sept 1, 2015 – Dec 31, 2015 $50 8. Summer Yearling, Born Apr 1, 2015 – Aug 31, 2015 $50 9. Senior Yearling, Born Jan 1, 2015 – Mar 31, 2015 $50 Sponsored by Jones Feed Mill 10. Champion Beef Breeding Heifer $100 Rosettes donated by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society 11. Market Animal $50 Sponsored by Jones Feed Mill 12. Bull Calf $50

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Goat Show Saturday, August 6th - 11:00 a.m. “OUTSIDE PENS” Director: Femmy Campbell 519-343-5882 Exhibitors limited to 2 entries in each section. Contact the Director for information. Exhibitors please bring your own straw.

All animals must have RFID button in ear CLASS I - ALPINE 1. Doe Kid, current year $14 $13 $12 2. Dry yearling doe, never born a kid $14 $13 $12 3. Doe, 1st freshener $14 $13 $12 Sponsored by Jones Feed Mill 4. Doe, 2nd freshener $14 $13 $12 5. Doe, 3rd or more freshener $14 $13 $12 6. Best doe from section above: Champion & Reserve

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CLASS M - SAANEN List and Prizes as Class I

SPECIALS 7. Best Dam and Daughter in the show: Trophy donated by Santog Dairy Goats 8. Best Kid in the show: Trophy donated by Nieuwland Feed & supply Ltd. 9. Best Doe in the show: Ribbon Only 10. Showmanship: Trophy donated by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society

CLASS N - OPEN CLASS Any animal not shown in previous classes List and prizes as class I CLASS O - BOER GOATS List and prizes as class I

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Sheep Show Sunday, August 7th - Judging to start at 12:30 p.m. “OUTSIDE PENS” Directors: Jim Driscoll 519-638-5703 Jim Walker 519-638-2449 Exhibitors limited to 2 entries in each section single entry in groups. All entries must be washed.

All animals must have RFID button in ear 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

CLASS P - SOUTHDOWNS Yearling Ewe $25 $20 $18 $15 $15 $15 Ewe Lamb $25 $20 $18 $15 $15 $15 Pair of Ewes From Class 1 or 2 $25 $20 $18 $15 $15 $15 Yearling Ram $25 $20 $18 $15 $15 $15 Ram Lamb $25 $20 $18 $15 $15 $15 Mixed Pair From Class 1, 2, 4 or 5 $25 $20 $18 $15 $15 $15 Get of Sire – $25 $20 $18 $15 $15 $15 Group of 3 animals from one sire. 1st pair of incisors in place. Both sexes may be represented Breeders Flock – $25 $20 $18 $15 $15 $15 Group of 4 animals. Both sexes must be represented

Class Q – Suffolk List and prizes as in Class P

Class R – Hampshire – List and prizes as in Class P

Class S – Dorset – List and prizes as in Class P

Class T – Any Other Breed – List and prizes as in Class P

9. Best Flock of Purebred Sheep Donated by Old Mill-Blyth 10. Supreme Champion Ram & Reserve $30 $20 11. Supreme Champion Ewe & Reserve $30 $20

Class U - Junior Exhibitor’s Class All Junior Exhibitors age 21 and under placing after 5th place will receive $5.00. Classes will be split according to age on show day 12. SHOWMANSHIP $15 $13 $12 $10 $10 13. TYPE $15 $13 $12 $10 $10

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Hay & Grain Class AA – Hay & Grain Director: Dave Wooddisse 519-638-2705 All exhibits to be tagged. 2015 cereal grains are eligible in this class. Entries must be in place between 7:00pm & 8:30pm Thursday, August 4th or between 8:30am and 11:00am Friday, August 5th. Removal time 4:00pm Sunday, August 7th. Sponsored by Bramhill Seed Co. 1. Bushel of hard Red Winter Wheat 2. Bushel of hard Red Spring Wheat 3. Bushel of Soft Red Winter Wheat 4. Bushel of Soft White Winter Wheat 5. Bale of Legume Hay 6. Bushel of Corn Silage 7. 5 Stalks of Ensilage Corn 8. Bale of Grass Hay 9. Bushel of Haylage

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1. 5 snow peas 2. 5 pods peas 3. 5 table carrots, tops trimmed to 1” (2.5 cm) 4. 3 ripe tomatoes, stems on 5. Largest tomato, by weight, can be green 6. 5 Tiny Tim tomatoes, ripe, stems on 7. 2 field cucumbers 8. 2 English cucumbers 9. 5 onions, Dutch Set, may be green 10. 5 onions, Spanish Set, may be green 11. 3 garlic bulbs 12. 5 red onions 13. 3 green peppers, stems on 14. 3 hot peppers, stems on

One entry per class. All entries must be produce of your own garden. Vegetables should be wiped clean. Entries must be in place between 7:00 & 8:30 pm Thursday, August 4th, or between 8:30 & 11:00 am Friday, August 5th. Removal time 4:00 pm Sunday, August 7th. Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00

15. 10 green beans 16. 10 wax (yellow) beans 17. 5 climbing beans 18. 2 stems leek, trimmed 19. 1 head cabbage, green 20. 1 head cabbage, red 21. 5 pickling beets, tops trimmed to 1” (2.5 cm) 22. 5 cylinder beets 23. 3 ears sweet corn, 1/3 kernels showing 24. 1 beet, largest by weight 25. 3 zucchini, stir fry size 26. 1 potato, largest by weight 27. 5 white potatoes, any variety 28. 5 red potatoes, any variety 29. Any summer squash

30. Vegetable oddity 31. Largest Zucchini by weight Prizes: 31. Homecraft Director’s Special: 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10 Best collection of home grown vegetables - no less than 7 named vegetables. 32. Margreth Signer Special: Prizes 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $5 “Summer Bounty” – using vegetables & herbs to express the season, displayed in a container or on a board. Variety to count, flowers may be added for decoration.

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Horticulture - Class CC

Directors: Phyllis Fletcher, 519-638-2372, Elvira Bawden, Lisa Bye, Susan Klassen, Jr Director: Jacinda Schieck

Please read prize list carefully. Entry tags must be TIED. Entries must be in place between 7:00 and 8:30pm Thursday, August 4th or on Friday August 5th between 8:30 - 11:00 a.m. Judging begins at 12 noon Friday, August 5th. Door closes Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Removal time - Sunday 4:00p.m. Flowers and plants must be homegrown. Prizes: 1st-$4.00, 2nd-$3.00, 3rd-$2.00 POTTED PLANTS: NO PLANTS IN HANGERS. Single plant per pot (exceptions 15 and 18) 1. African violet, single crown, single floret 2. African violet, single crown, double or semi-double floret 3. Baby Tears 4. Shamrock 5. Begonia, tuberous, large flowering 6. Begonia, foliage beauty 7. Cactus or succulent 8. Coleus 9. Orchid 10. Geranium, in bloom, red 11. Geranium, in bloom, any colour 12. Geranium, variegated leaf, any colour 13. Impatiens, (single bloom) 14. Impatiens, (double bloom) 15. Fern, any kind, named 16. Streptocarpus 17. Aloe Vera 18. Spider plant 19. Any flower plant, not listed, with bloom 20. Any non-flowering plant, not listed. Not over 15” CUT FLOWERS Gladioli stem should be cut back to 10” to avoid tipping over 21. Cleome, 1 stem, any colour 22. Clarkia, 1 bloom, any colour 23. Cosmos, 1 stem, at least 3 blooms 24. Calendula, 3 blooms, any colour 25. Cornflower, 3 blooms, 1 colour, 1 stem 26. Coneflower, any colour, 1 stem 27. Chrysanthemum, 2 stems, any kind, any colour 28. Dahlia, Pompom, under 2” (5cm), 1 bloom 29. Decorative dahlia, 2’(5cm) or over, 1 bloom 30. Dahlia, Cactus, 1 bloom 31. Dahlia, 1 bloom, 6”(15cm) or over, any colour 32. Gladioli, 1 spike, red 33. Gladioli, 3 spikes, white and/or pink 34. Gladioli, 3 spikes, each a different colour 35. Gladioli, 1 spike, any colour not listed 36. Gladioli, miniature, 1 spike, any colour 37. Marigolds, 3 blooms, under 2”(5cm) 38. French Marigolds, 3 blooms, any size 39. Marigolds, 3 blooms, 2-4” (5-10cm) 40. Marigolds, 3 blooms, over 4” (10cm) 41. Pansies, 3 blooms, with own foliage 42. Petunias, 2 sprays, any colour, single bloom 43. Petunias, 2 sprays, any colour, double bloom 44. Rose, 1 tea rose in bloom in bowl

45. Rose, 1 spray, miniature, any colour 46. Rose, Grandiflora or Floribunda, 1 spray 47. Salvia, 3 blooms 48. Snapdragons, tall, 3 stems, any colour 49. Snapdragons, dwarf (semi) 3 stems, any colour 50. Sweet peas, 3 stems, any colour 51. Zinnias, 1 bloom, over 4” (10cm) 52. Zinnias, 3 blooms, 2-4” (5-10cm) 53. Zinnias, 3 blooms, under 2” (5cm) 54. Lavatera, 1 stalk, any colour 55. Asters, 3 blooms, any colour 56. Sunflower, 1 bloom, under 6” (15cm) 57. Sunflower, 1 bloom, over 6” (15cm) 58. Everlasting flower: stacice 59. Any other annual, 1 stem or spray, named 60. Any blooming perennial, 1 stem, named if possible FLORAL DESIGNS Prizes: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00 61. “Good Morning”, bright colours in a coffee mug 62. “Gorgeous”, vase of mixed annuals, minimum 4 varieties 63. “Spirit Lifter”, design for a confined person 64. Display of Zinnias all around 65. In a vase, using flowers and grasses, found in a fence corner 66. Dish Garden: miniature landscape in an open shallow container not over 15” (38cm) in any direction 67. Remember Grandma: old fashioned flowers in an antique container, not over 15” (38cm) in any direction HORTICULTURE SPECIALS 68. Pine Corner Tree Farm, Jack & Donna Vos Special: Best potted plant (#1-20) Prize: $10.00 gift certificate 69. Blooming Dale’s Special: Best Rose (#44, 45, 46) Prize: $10.00 gift certificate 70. Dobben’s True Value Special: Patio Container. The container must not measure more than 16” high and must contain at least 3 different varieties of plants. Prize: $10 gift certificate 71. Homecraft Director’s Special: Table arrangement, with flowers and candles, any colour. Not more than 10” (25cm) high. Prizes: 1st-$20.00, 2nd-$15.00, 3rd-$10.00 72. Helen Moffat Special: “Summertime” large arrangement (OVER 15”) (38cm) tall of cut sunflowers, other foliage and one contrasting flower Prizes:1st - $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 73. Arthur Greenhouse Special: Flower arrangement using day lilies and Hostas. Prize: $30.00 gift Certificate 74. Arlene Martin Memorial Trophy: Presented to the exhibitor with most points in Horticulture. Winners from previous two years not eligible.

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Truck & Tractor Pull LOCAL TRACTOR & TRUCK PULL Friday, August 5th 6:30 pm

OTTPA TRACTOR & TRUCK PULL Sunday, August 7th 6:00 pm


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Sponsored by Premier Equipment, Chalmers Fuels


Sponsored by ESM Farm Equipment

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8500 LOCAL TRACTOR Sponsored by Rothsay Farm Services


PRO STOCK TRACTORS – 7,500 PRO STOCK TRACTORS – 9,000 Sponsored by The Murray Group


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SINGLE ENGINE MODIFIED TRACTOR Sponsored by Country Air & Repair, Holborn Farms

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Digital Electronic Scales will be used for track-side weigh in at the John Street entrance.

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“King of the Pull” Sponsored by:

LOCAL FARM TRACTOR PULL COMPETITION To promote the participation of local farmers in area tractor pulls the Drayton, Grand River and Fergus Agricultural Societies would like to award a top cash prize and trophy to the top pullers in local farm tractor classes.

Points will be accumulated in the 17,500 lbs local farm class, 22,000 lbs local farm class and the 32,000 lbs local farm class. After the Fergus Fall Fair tractor pull, the point winners from each class will be awarded a $100 prize, a trophy, and be crowned the “King of the Pull” in Wellington County local farm classes. All competitors must meet all “King of the Pull” rules regarding NON-CIRCUIT tractors, as well as all required safety rules. Point System Will Be as Follows: 1st place – 20 points | 2nd place – 19 points 3rd place – 18 points | 4th place – 17 points Down to ………. . 20th place – 1 point Points will be accumulated after each event. The final results will be announced after the Fergus Fall Fair Pull Any Puller misconduct will result in immediate surrender of points For more information Call Derek Bruder 519-501-1387

Thank you to the following pull sponsors who contributed to the cost of the sled, scales, lighting and P.A. system Cosens Excavating, Zonne Gloren Farms, Hanna & Hamilton Construction Co. Ltd.

TRACK OFFICIALS DECISIONS FINAL. Classes will not necessarily be pulling in the order printed For information contact David McCready 519-820-1133, Jim Zantinge 519-503-4682

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Culinary Crafts CLASS DD - Culinary Crafts Associate Directors - Darlene Brodhaecker, Shelda Morphy 519-638-5022 and Barb Waite Junior Directors - Matthew Brodhaecker, Shayna Morphy Baking must arrive on Thursday August 4, 2016 between 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm or on Friday August 5, 2016 between 8:30 am - 11:00 am. All baking to be picked up on Friday August 5 after 4pm and judging of all exhibits have been completed. All baking is to have 2 entry tags attached in clean plastic bags, no plastic wrap, and no elastic closures. No commercial mixes or fillings unless specifically stated. Thank you for participating! **If you are a First time Exhibitor please mark on each entry tag N.E. (New Exhibitor). PIES Pies baked on foil. **New foil plates should be tempered before use in 400 degree F oven for at least 10 minutes or the bottom of the pies will not cook. Prizes: 1st 6.00, 2nd 4.00, 3rd 3.00 1. Apple Pie - lattice top 2. Raspberry pie - fancy top 3. Blueberry pie - fancy top 4. Cherry tarts - 5

SPECIALS First prize becomes property of the donor. Prizes: 1st 10.00, 2nd 3.00, 3rd 2.00 5. Connie Walker Special Raspberry & Red Currant Pie 6. Connie Walker Special - Coconut Cream Pie 7. Doug & Mary Hilborn Special - 1 dozen butter tarts 8. Darlene Brodhaecker Special - Peach Pie 9. In Memory of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Enid Whaleâ&#x20AC;? Special - Raisin Pie

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Culinary Crafts 10. Dale Franklin Special - Carrot cake with nuts cream cheese icing - 9”x13 11. Robert Peel Special - Apple pie - with crumb top *12. Ron Ellis Special - 2 layer Chocolate cake no date filling *13. John Cherrey Special - 2 layer Chocolate cake iced *14. Nadine Peel Special - 2 layer Chocolate cake with DATE FILLING 15. Edith Schieck Special Cherry Pie - Fancy Top *Please note section 16-17 must be placed on foil wrapped cardboard 1” larger than the cake. Prizes: 1st 25.00, 2nd 15.00, 3rd 10.00 Cakes Prizes: 1st 5.00, 2nd 4.00, 3rd 3.00 Please place cakes on foil wrapped cardboard 1” larger than the cake. Size of pan 9” x 9” 16. Coffee Cake 17. Apple Cake 18. Husband’s Cake Squares Biscuits & Cookies Please do not use commercial mixes. Cookies and squares are to be approximately 2 inches in diameter - unless otherwise stated. Prizes: 1st 4.00, 2nd 3.00, 3rd 2.00 19. Chocolate Chip Cookies - 5 - include a copy of your chocolate chip cookie recipe written on vintage looking paper. Recipes will be displayed. 20. Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies - 5 21. Sugar Cookies - 5 22. Brownies - no nuts - 5 23. Date Squares - 5 24. Chocolate Fudge - 5 pieces - cut into 1 inch pieces. Loaves & Muffins Prizes: 1st 4.00, 2nd 3.00, 3rd 2.00 Muffins to be placed on plate or tray, no paper linings. Loaves please cut in half. Enter one half of loaf in clean plastic bag. No commercial mixes. 25. Lemon Loaf 26. Banana Loaf 27. Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins - 5 28. Carrot Pineapple Muffins, no nuts - 5

Yeast Bread & Buns Prizes: 1st 4.00, 2nd 3.00, 3rd 2.00 29. Loaf White Bread 30. White Dinner Rolls or Buns - 5 31. Open section - your favourite loaf of yeast bread except for white or 60% whole wheat. 32. Loaf 60% whole wheat baked in 4”x 8”x2 1/2” loaf pan. Winner to supply loaf of bread for District Competition in October/November. Commercial Mixes Prizes: The following items are to be made with commercial mixes. Please place cake on foil wrapped cardboard 1” larger than the cake 33. Brownies - 5 34. 8” round Double Layer White Cake, iced 35. Blueberry Muffins - 5 Director’s Special Prizes: 1st 20.00, 2nd 10.00, 3rd 5.00 36. Queen Elizabeth Cake with topping. Please place cake on a foil wrapped cardboard - 1” larger than cake. Cake size 9”x13” pan. Please include recipe for cake and topping on vintage looking paper. Recipe will be displayed with cake. Cake will be kept on display for the weekend of the Fair. Thank you for participating! Additional Prizes: Most points in culinary crafts and pickle & preserves - Prize voucher from Zehrs Food Market. Most points in sections 1 - 4 of culinary crafts - $15.00 prize voucher from Drayton Food Mart. First time exhibitor with most points in culinary crafts and pickle & preserves will be awarded 1 year subscription to CANADIAN LIVING magazine. Please mark on entry tag N.E. - new exhibitor. The winner please contact Arlie during the fair weekend for the details. Special thanks to our long time local sponsors! Drayton Fair appreciates your support!

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Pickles & Preserves Class EE - Pickles and Preserves Director: Erica Zantinge 519-638-3323 All entries must have new snap caps and rings in sealed jars. Only one jar per entry. Only one entry per class.

UNSEALED JARS, RUBBER RINGS WITH GLASS LIDS & WAX SEALS WILL NOT BE JUDGED. 1st place entries in the personally sponsored specials will go to the sponsor after judging. Entries must be in between 7:00 – 8:30 pm Thursday August 4th or 8:30 – 11:00 am Friday August 5th. Removal time is 4:00 pm Sunday August 7th. Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 1. Apple Sauce 2. Canned Peaches 3. Strawberry Jam (Cooked) 4. Raspberry Jam (Cooked) 5. Any Other Cooked Jam – labelled 6. Strawberry Jam (Freezer) 7. Raspberry Jam (Freezer) 8. Red Currant Jelly 9. Any Other Jelly – labelled 10. Dill Pickles 11. Icicle Pickles 12. Bread & Butter Pickles 13. Any Other Pickle – labelled 14. Any Relish – labelled 15. Any Chutney – labelled 16. Canned Tomatoes 17. Salsa – Mild or Medium 18. Chili Sauce 19. Dave Cooper Special: Any Diabetic Chili Sauce – Must include attached recipe. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 20. Shirley Cooper Special: Diabetic Blueberry Jam - Must include attached recipe. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00

21. Barb Wilson Memorial Special: Hot Pepper Jelly – Must include attached recipe. 1st – $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 22. John and Arlie Zantinge Special: Any Jam with Two or More Fruits – Must include attached recipe. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 23. Ann Buehler Special: Old Fashioned Nine Day Pickles – Must include attached Recipe. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 24. Bernardin Best Jam or Jelly Award: Best Jam or Jelly using Bernardin pectin as selected by judge. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture & recipe creativity - Must include attached recipe AND proof of purchase of Bernardin pectin (product box is sufficient). 1st - $20.00 Bernardin Gift Certificate 25. Bernardin SNAP Lid/Mason Jar Creative Craft Award: Best decorative or functional homemade craft made using a Bernardin mason jar AND/OR two-piece SNAP Lid – 1st - $20.00 Bernardin Gift Certificate 26. Top New Exhibitor Special: The first-time exhibitor in Class EE with the highest collective points will receive a $10.00 Zehrs Gift Card

Preserved by Dehydration CLASS EED – Preserved by Dehydration Director: Erica Zantinge 519-638-3323 Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 1. Any Dehydrated Fruit – labelled 2. Any Dehydrated Vegetable – labelled 3. Fruit Leather


Director’s Special: Any One Dried Herb – labelled – Packaged in a small preserves Jar or spice bottle. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00

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VENT S Schedule SCHEDULE OofF EEvents FRIDAY, August 5, 2016

SUNDAY, August 7, 2016

5:00 pm - Gates, Exhibits open

7:30 am - Gates open

6:30 pm - Local Tractor & Truck Pull

9:00 am - Exhibits Open

7:00 pm - Euchre Admission to game is paying to get in at gate. Lots of Prizes!

11:00 am - 12:00 pm - Excavator Games Sponsored by DeBoer’s Equipment 12:00 pm - Beef Cattle Show

SATURDAY, August 6, 2016 7:30 am - Gates open 10:00 am - Exhibits open 11:00 am - Heavy Horse Show Following the Heavy Horse Show: Martin Ranch - Chets Custom Colts - Reining Demonstration 11:30 am - Goat Show 12:00 pm - Dairy Cattle Show 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Air Bounce Inflatables, Drayton Kinettes Kids Games Corn Box 1:00 pm - Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo 2:00 pm - Pet Show 4:00 pm - Baby Show 6:00pm - OTTPA Tractor & Truck Pull Antique Tractor Display - ALL DAY

12:30 pm - Sheep Show 2:00 pm - Demolition Derby Antique Tractor Display - ALL DAY! Coffee & Breakfast available on the Grounds Sunday Morning Vendors open: Friday 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Sunday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm Licensed facility (beer garden) All Weekend

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Leisure Arts & Crafts CLASS FF Director: Helen Moffat 519-638-2493, Jean Brodhaecker 519-638-2291, Ann Whale, Donna Schieck, Connie Walker & Rachel Brodhaecker Entries will be accepted Thursday August 4tH 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm & Friday August 5th 8:30 am -11:00 am. Removal time is 4:00 PM Sunday August 7TH NOTHING IS PERMITTED TO LEAVE THE BUILDING BEFORE THIS TIME. RULES: ALL QUILTS HAND QUILTED AND MACHINE QUILTED MUST HAVE A PERIMETER MEASUREMENT OF AT LEAST 324” (823 cm) FOR ALL CATAGORIES TO BE JUDGED FOR GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION, UNLESS STATED. All articles must be made and owned by the exhibitor. All articles shown for the previous two years are not eligible for a prize. All old, defaced or soiled work will be discarded in favour of up-to-date work. Please use safety pins, not straight pins for attaching entry tags. QUILTS & BEDROOM Prizes 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00 1. Quilt, cotton, hand quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm). 2. Quilt using two colours only, hand quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm). 3. Quilt, exhibitor’s choice, hand quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm). 4. “Scrappy” Quilt, machine quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm). 5. Quilt, log cabin pattern, machine quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm). 6. Quilt, exhibitor’s choice, machine quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm). Grand Champion Quilt – Hand Quilted - Prize $15.00 Reserve Grand Champion Quilt – Hand Quilted - Prize $10.00 Grand Champion Quilt – Machine Quilted - Prize $15.00 Reserve Grand Champion Quilt – Machine Quilted - Prize $10.00 7. Duet Quilt, pieced, embroidered or appliquéd, top and binding done by one exhibitor and quilted by another party, top and binding to be judged only. Hand quilted. 8. Duet Quilt, pieced, embroidered or appliquéd, top and binding done by one exhibitor and quilted by another party, top and binding to be judged only. Machine quilted. 9. “Quilt as you go”, minimum size 36” x 40” (91.5 cm x 101.5cm), can be larger. 10. Sample quilt block, pieced, embroidered, or appliquéd must be 12.5 inches x 12.5 inches (32cm) mounted and named. 11. Quilt top only (not quilted)

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12. Quilt or comforter, tied. 13. An old quilt, made prior to 1950, quilted, not necessarily to be work of the exhibitor. Attach a story to the quilt if available. 14. Machine quilted wall hanging, ready to hang, not less than 18” square (45 cm). 15. Crib Quilt, child’s nursery design, (pre-printed fabric), hand quilted. 16. Youth Design Quilt, suitable for a single bed under 324” perimeter (823 cm). 17. ENID WHALE SPECIAL: Prizes 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 Lap quilt for youth (must be bright and cheerful) minimum size 36” x 40” (91.5 cm x 101.5cm), maximum size 45” x 60” (112cm x 150cm). 18. DEBBIE OXBY SPECIAL: Prizes 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $2.00 a. Crib Quilt, hand quilted, approximately 45”X 54” (114.5cm x 137cm). b. Crib Quilt, machine quilted, approximately 45 “X 54” (114.5cm x 137cm). 19. Quilt Class Special - Sponsored by Peggy Nagle, Elora Ontario. Prize: An Edge to Edge Quilting design up to Queen Size. To a New Exhibitor with the most points in sections 1-16 LIVING ROOM Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 20. Afghan, knit, Minimum 45” X 60” (112cm x 150cm) or larger. 21. Afghan, crochet, minimum 45” x 60” (112cm x 150cm) or larger. 22. Afghan, made from squares or strips - knit or crochet. 23. Lap Afghan, not more than 3’ x 4’ (90cm x 120cm). 24. Cushion, knit or crochet. 25. Cushion, practical, washable fabric. 26. Cushion, using panel, hand or machine quilted. 27. Cushion for a child’s room.

Leisure Arts & Crafts 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34.

Scatter rug, any method. Any article of counted cross stitch, not a picture, eg. pillow, finger towel. Hand quilted wall hanging, ready to hang. Crochet doily, not more than 12” (30.5cm), mounted. Crochet doily, more than 15” (38cm), mounted. Any article using “Thanksgiving Theme”. Candle mat, not bigger than 8” (20cm) across, hand or machine quilted.

DINING ROOM & KITCHEN Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 35. Decorated lamp shade. 36. Casserole carrier. 37. 2 pot holders, practical, different designs. 38. 2 pot holders, decorative, different designs. 39. Article made from terry towel and 1 knitted dish cloth. 40. Two place mats - crochet or knitted any theme. 41. Two place mats, quilted, any theme. 42. Table centerpiece, depicting theme of the fair. 43. Table runner, any theme, hand or machine quilted. CLOTHING FOR THE FAMILY Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 44. Bib style apron, men’s or ladies’. 45. Apron, any style, men’s or ladies’, depict theme of the fair. 46. Half apron. 47. Receiving blanket. 48. Child’s bib. 49. Cape, sewn. 50. Any nightwear or boxer shorts. 51. Something useful from something useless (fabric only). 52. Something useful from something useless (made from anything except fabric). 53. Article of clothing made from fleece. 54. Any smocked finished article. 55. Decorated sweatshirt - decoration only to count. 56. Child’s apron. 57. Child’s dress. 58. Any other excellent piece of work. KNITTING Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 59. Ladies’ sweater. 60. Knitted baby dress. 61. Sweater, pullover, adult. 62. Scarf, knit from specialty yarn. Eg. Boa, eyelash. 63. Sweater, adult or child, short sleeve or shell. 64. Infinity scarf, knit 65. Mitts, one pair, any style.

66. Poncho or prayer shawl. 67. Socks, one pair. 68. Hat, toque or cowl. 69. Baby shawl or carriage cover. 70. Baby outfit, two pieces (sweater and hat), newborn to one year displayed in a box. 71. Child’s sweater or cardigan. 72. Slippers, adult or youth, plain or decorated. 73. Any other knitted article. CROCHETING Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 74. Baby sweater, 6-18 months size. 75. Baby shawl or carriage cover. 76. Prayer shawl, at least 54”. 77. Crochet poncho or shawl. 78. Any other crochet item. SENIOR CITIZENS (60 PLUS) No entry fee required if exhibitor is ONLY entering in Class FF Sections 79 - 85. Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 79. Knit article, e.g. adult sweater, shawl, large doily etc. 80. Knit article, e.g. mitts, socks, hat, dishcloth, hand towel etc. 81. Crochet item. 82. Article of woodworking. 83. Scrapbooking page, theme “Remembrance Day”, at least three pictures, mounted. 84. Any article depicting theme of the fair. 85. Article from men’s or women’s favourite hobby, not listed above. TALENT TABLE Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 86. Any article handmade for your pet. 87. Stuffed animal, suitable for a child’s room, any material. 88. Stuffed bear, any medium, any size. 89. Article made from plastic canvas over 5“. 90. Decoration for a bathroom. 91. Counted cross stitch picture, under 15” not including mat and frame. Ready to hang 92. Homemade pincushion. 93. Decoration for an office. 94. Harvest decoration, homemade. 95. Memory book page, scrapbooking, theme “Spring” at least 3 pictures. 96. Memory book page, scrapbooking page,” Halloween”, at least 3 pictures. 97. An article of homemade jewelry. 98. Any article of hand embroidery.

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Leisure Arts & Crafts 99. Yard or garden decoration. 100. Any article of bead work. 101. Decoration for a “Child’s Birthday”. 102. Decorated flower pot or jar - not Christmas theme. 103. 3 handmade articles, different techniques, for a bazaar displayed in a box or container. 104. Handmade tote bag. 105. Penmanship. On a 8 ½” x 11”(21.5cmx28cm) paper, NO PRINTING, use this verse:

The County Fair

Oh, let’s go out to the county fair And breathe the balmy country air, And whittle a stick and look at the hosses, Discuss the farmer’s profit and losses We’ll take a look at the country stock And drink some milk from a dairy crock Look at the pigs and admire the chickens, And try to forget it’s hot as the dickens.

Forget there are any political rings Just think of the butter and eggs and things: So wash off the buggy and hitch up the mare, And we’ll all go out to the county fair.

106. Article made of wood, decorative. 107. Woodworking article, may be a wooden pallet creation. 108. Welcome door decoration, not a wreath. 109. 3 handmade greeting cards. 110. Gift basket for a “Baby Shower” to include three handmade items. 111. Have you completed an excellent piece of work, only to find there is no section to show it in? Please enter here! 112. Have you started an article which is not complete. Enter your UFO here! ART Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 Drawings and paintings should be framed for hanging. 113. Oil painting, any subject. 114. Acrylic painting, any subject. 115. Drawing or Sketch, any subject, in black and white. 116. Landscape painting. 117. Painting on wood, metal, or glass jar. PHOTOGRAPHY No computer enhancements or effects are permitted Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 Photos should be mounted and labeled on cardboard on firm backing 118. Photography, 2 photos of farming activity.

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119. Photography. 2 photos “Old Fashioned Transportation”. 120. Photography, 2 photos, “Man and Machine Working”. 121. Photography, 1 photo, “Owner and Pet Look-a-like”. 122. Photography, 2 photos, “Jack Frost”. 123. Photography, 1 print, “Water feature”. 124. Photography, 2 photos, “Past Its Prime”. 125. DIANNE SCHIECK SPECIAL: Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 1 or more older photos of past fairs. 126. STUDIO FACTOR SPECIAL: Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $5.00 Design, draw and/or sculpt to the theme of the fair. Have fun! 127. MARG KIRBY SPECIAL: Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 2 old photos of “Horses at Work”. CHRISTMAS Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 128. 1 pair of decorated candleholders. 129. Christmas theme in a jar, any size. 130. Christmas door decoration, inside or outdoor. 131. 3 Christmas tree ornaments, mounted in a box, different techniques. 132. Christmas sewing article, apron, placemat, runners etc. 133. Christmas bazaar item for under $15.00 made by exhibitor. 134. Christmas Gift Basket - using edible items - at least 5 items. 135. Christmas stocking, any medium. 136. Christmas centerpiece, not fabric. 137. QUILTER’S NINE PATCH SPECIAL: $15.00 gift certificate for the most points in classes 1 - 16. 138. SPINRITE SPECIAL: A box of yarn for the most points in classes 59-78. 139. ANN WHALE SPECIAL a. $10.00 to most points in classes 118- 124. b. $10 to runner up in points in classes 118 - 124 (cannot be same person as winner of a).

Leisure Arts & Crafts 140. LEN’S MILL STORE SPECIAL: a. $15.00 gift certificate for the most points in classes 20 - 58. b. $15.00 gift certificate for the most points in classes 86 - 112. c. $15.00 gift certificate for the most points in classes 128 - 136. d. All exhibitors that have entered in the leisure crafts section will have a chance to win a $15.00 gift certificate from Len’s Mill Store. A random draw will be done on Sunday August 7th, 2016. 141. HOME CRAFT DIRECTORS SPECIAL: Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00: A homemade article that is at least 50% blue (afghan, quilt, pillow etc.) 142. LADY FAIR DIRECTOR’S TROPHY: DONATED BY DRAYTON HOMECRAFT DIRECTORS for the most points in Horticulture, Roots and Vegetables, Leisure Arts and Crafts, Culinary Crafts and Pickles and Preserves. Open to residents of Mapleton Township. Last year’s winner is not eligible.

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YOUTH Prize List 2016 YOUTH PRIZE LIST Directors: Ruth Shaw – 519-638-2432; Kathy Mallett, Jackie Shaw Junior Director: Laura Shaw The following classes are open to any elementary school pupil unless stated otherwise. Each entry must be labeled – name of entry, class, section, EXHIBITOR’S FULL NAME AND ADDRESS AND THE SCHOOL ATTENDED IN JUNE 2016. Grade refers to the exhibitor’s grade at the end of June. Pupils must enter exhibits only at their grade level (not above or below). No entry may be exhibited for more than two years. In the Crafts & Hobbies class, please enter only one piece of work per child in the sections “Any other piece of work (craft or artwork)”. All exhibits done at school will be picked up by a Director during the last week of June. All exhibits done at home are to be placed in the exhibition hall between 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Thursday August 4th or between 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Friday August 5th. Doors will close at 3:00 p.m. Sunday to allow Directors to prepare for removal. PLEASE REMOVE ALL EXHIBITS FROM THE EXHIBITION HALL AT 4:00 P.M. ON SUNDAY AUGUST 7TH, 2016. ANNOUNCEMENT TO PARENTS: Parents are urged to allow the children to do the work and preparation of exhibits without assistance. Please encourage them in every way, but remember that every bit of work you do for them helps defeat the object of the youth fair. Please observe all rules and regulations. CLASS MM – ROOTS & VEGETABLES All vegetables are to be brushed clean and stems trimmed to 1” (2.5 cm) Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 1. 5 pods of peas 2. 3 round beets, trimmed 3. 3 cylindrical beets, trimmed 4. 5 cucumbers, between 5-10 cm 5. 2 slicing cucumbers 6. 5 carrots, trimmed 7. 3 onions 8. 1 head of cabbage (red or white) 9. 3 ripe tomatoes, stems on 10. 1 large tomato (weight to count, can be green) 11. 5 Tiny Tim tomatoes, stems on 12. 2 green peppers, stems on 13. 3 hot peppers, stems on 14. 3 red potatoes 15. 3 white potatoes 16. 10 green beans 17. 10 yellow beans 18. 2 ears sweet corn, 1/3 kernels showing 19. Vegetable oddity 20. 1 zucchini, largest by weight 21. 1 potato, largest by weight 22. Selection of vegetables, displayed in a basket 23. Collection of 5 sprigs of different herbs displayed in a small vase. Name the herbs on a card. SPECIALS: KLAASSEN MECHANICAL PLUMBING Special: Prizes: 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th - $2.00 24. Tallest sunflower including roots

DIRECTOR’S Special Prizes: 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th - $2.00 25. Largest diameter sunflower head ROOTS AND VEGETABLES Special: Prize: $10.00 26. First time exhibitor with the most points in the Roots and Vegetables sections. Please indicate on your entry tag if you are a first time exhibitor. CLASS NN – FLOWERS Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 PRESCHOOL – GRADE 3 1. Flower bouquet for the teacher 2. Bouquet of wild flowers 3. Petunias – 5 blooms with foliage 4. Bouquet of cut flowers GRADES 4 – 8 5. Gladioli, 3 stems 6. Bouquet of garden flowers 7. Floating rose in any container 8. Blooming plant – named 9. Arrangement of heirloom flowers SPECIALS: PHYLLIS FLETCHER Special: Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th - $1.00 PRESCHOOL – GRADE 3 10. An arrangement of wild flowers and weeds only, in a watering can, no garden flowers – total height of arrangement not to exceed 75 cm.

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YOUTH Prize List GRADES 4 – 8 11. An arrangement of 50% to 75% wild flowers and weeds in a watering can, no garden flowers – total height of arrangement not to exceed 75 cm. CLASS OO – BAKING Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 PRESCHOOL – GRADE 3 1. Decorate a large cookie (pie pan size) 2. One decorated hard-boiled egg 3. Open face sandwich, decorated and wrapped 4. 3 cupcakes, each decorated differently GRADES 4 – 8 5. A small square cake (8” or 9” wide) decorated to celebrate 160 years of the Drayton Fair 6. Make a vegetable animal, name the animal 7. 6 cookies – 3 kinds, 2 of each, label the kinds 8. 3 muffins, no papers – any kind, label the kind 9. A nutritionally balanced school lunch attractively displayed on a plate or tray SPECIALS: DISTRICT DIRECTOR’S Special: Youth up to age 15 as of December 31st, 2016. One class only. The winner from our fair will be eligible to enter at the district competition. Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $7.00, 3rd - $3.00 10. Entry must consist of 8 plain chocolate chip cookies, no nuts, displayed in a sturdy box with easy to remove lid. Box may be decorated (will count as part of presentation). Cookies to be no larger than 3” (6.75 cm) and no smaller than 2” (5cm). CLASS PPA - PENMANSHIP This class is sponsored jointly by RICK & SANDY LADD of Goldstone and EDWARD & NANCY STANNERS of Moorefield. Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 PRE-SCHOOL 1. Print you first name. JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN 2. On lined paper, print your first and last name, and the numbers 1 to 10. SENIOR KINDERGARTEN 3. PRINT the following on lined paper:

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When you watch for Feather or fur Feather or fur Do not stir Do not stir.

GRADE 1 4. PRINT the following on lined paper: Star light, star bright, Very first star I’ve seen tonight; I wish you may, I wish you might Give me the wish I wish tonight. GRADE 2 5. PRINT the following on lined paper: Whether the weather be fine Or whether the weather be not, Whether the weather be cold Or whether the weather be hot, We’ll weather the weather Whatever the weather, Whether we like it or not. GRADE 3 6. WRITE, in cursive, the following on lined paper: In Search of Cinderella by Shel Silverstein

From dusk to dawn, From town to town, Without a single clue, I seek the tender, slender foot To fit this crystal shoe. From dusk to dawn, I try it on Each damsel that I meet. And I still love her so, but oh, I’ve started hating feet.

GRADE 4 7. WRITE the following on lined, 3-ringed binder paper: A Turtle By Jack Prelutsky

A turtle never feels the need To ambulate at breakneck speed. Of course, unsuited for the deed, It certainly would not succeed.

Because a turtle takes its time, It’s life is quietly sublime. It’s happy in its habitat… There’s something to be said for that.

YOUTH Prize List GRADES 5 AND 6 8. WRITE the following with pen, on lined, 3-ringed binder paper: Poorly Dressed by Bruce Lansky

I have a friend who’s not well dressed. He wears no hat. He wears no vest.

Upon his back he wears no shirt, so you can see there’s lots of dirt.

He wears no shoes upon his feet. He wears no pants upon his seat.

In fact, he doesn’t wear a stitch, so he can scratch if there’s an itch.

I hope that you don’t find him rude– my dog is happy in the nude.

GRADES 7 AND 8 9. WRITE the following with pen, on lined, 3-ringed binder paper: Unharvested by Robert Frost

A scent of ripeness from over a wall. And come to leave the routine road And look for what had made me stall, There sure enough was an apple tree That had eased itself of its summer load, And of all but its trivial foliage free, Now breathed as light as a lady’s fan. For there there had been an apple fall As complete as the apple had given man. The ground was one circle of solid red.

May something go always unharvested! May much stay out of our stated plan, Apples or something forgotten and left, So smelling their sweetness would be no theft.

CLASS PPB – CRAFTS AND HOBBIES Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 Sections marked with “*” denotes only one (1) piece of work per child please. PRE-SCHOOL 1. Using wax crayons, draw a picture of yourself on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). 2. Colour a colouring book picture. 3. Finger painting. 4. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*

JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN 5. Using wax crayons, draw a picture of your family on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45 cm). 6. Using wax crayons, draw a picture of a farm animal, including a background, on paper no larger that 18”x24” (45cm x 60 cm). 7. Sponge painting. 8. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* SENIOR KINDERGARTEN 9. Using wax crayons, draw a picture of a group of farm animals, including a background, on paper no larger than 18”x24” (45cm x 60 cm). 10. Cut and paste picture, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) of a person, no photographs. Name the person. 11. Drawing, using wax crayons, 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) – “What I Like to do at the Fair”. 12. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 1 13 Paint a picture of your dream pet on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 14. Draw a picture of a farming activity on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 15. Make a picture using wax crayons of your family having fun on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 16. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 2 17. Paint a picture, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), showing your favourite summer activity. 18. Illustrate the lifecycle of an animal, name the type of animal. 19. Drawing, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), – “My Favourite Ride at the Fair”. 20. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 3 21. Pencil crayon drawing to illustrate a pioneer way of life on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 22. Draw and name a mismatched farm animal, using markers, on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). 23. Any abstract design using cut paper, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). 24. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 4 25. Illustrate, using pastels, a “TRACTOR OR TRUCK PULL” on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper.

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YOUTH Prize List 26. Design your name or initials using crayons or pencil crayons. 27. Picture making – using markers illustrate a scene from Medieval Times – 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm). 28. Make a poster, approx. 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), showing one Canadian province or territory with its map, flag, some natural resources, and industries. Label. GRADE 5 29. Picture making – illustrate any type of early civilization studied at school (12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). Name the period. 30. Pencil sketch of your shoe, black and white, 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) paper. 31. Design a greeting card for a friend, no larger than 5”x7” (12.5cm x 17.5cm). 32. Decorate a school duotang. GRADE 6 33. Picture making – illustrate a scene from space exploration, no larger than 18”x24” (45cm x 60cm). 34. Cut and paste – a leafy tree, 12”x12” (30cm x 30cm). 35. Make something new from something old. 36. Illustrate at least three things that contribute to Canada’s identity on 18”x24” (45 cm x 60cm) paper. GRADES 7 – 8 37. Design a CD cover for a fictitious band. 38. Pencil sketch, no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). 39. Half ‘n half picture – cut a picture in half, glue one part onto a page, then draw and colour to complete the whole. 40. Cartoon drawing – any subject, using any colour medium, may be copied by hand. 41. Design an abstract (e.g. radial, mosaic, tessellation, outlining, etc.) design on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. GRADES 9 – 12 42. Drawing or sketch, using pen, pencil, or marker – mounted. 43. Style a hairdo on your cosmo head. 44. Create a design using computer graphics. 45. Abstract design – any medium. 46. Piece of work using any material except paper. SPECIAL NEEDS (all grades) 47. Paint or draw a picture on paper no larger than 18” x 24. (45cm x 60cm). 48. Create and decorate a door knob sign.

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49. Decorate a container to use as a pencil holder. 50. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork). SPECIALS: ROY AND SHARON BOWMAN Special: Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 ALL GRADES FROM PRE-SCHOOL TO GRADE 6 Collections: 51. Collection of leaves, label or name. 52. Collection of stones. 53. Collection of buttons, mounted. 54. Collage of farming photos, any source. JEAN CAMPBELL Special: Prizes: 1st - $7.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00 FOR UP TO GRADE 6 55. Make a decoration for a birthday party, any theme. 56. Mount a fair themed picture on a stiff background and cut up to make a jigsaw puzzle. 57. Sew together an outline of a bear on two pieces of fabric of your choice, cut out and stuff the bear, add features, maximum 8” (20 cm) tall. GRADES 7 – 12 58. Make a cushion suitable for a teenager’s bedroom. Choose fabric and trims to show your individual preferences. FRANCES TURNER and ROBYN RUNSTEDLER Special: Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 59. GRADES 6 – 8 1 sample page, 12”x12” (30cm x 30cm) of a scrapbook using the fair theme “Old Tyme Fair”. Must have both photos and journalism.

60. GRADES 9 – 12 3 homemade cards, all different, each no larger than 5”x7” (12.5cm x 17.5cm). LORI WOODHAM Special: 61. GRADES 6 Prizes: 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $7.00, 3rd - $3.00 On an 8.5”x11” (22cm x 28cm) lined paper write a summary of what your parents or grandparents remember about an Old Tyme Fair. Must be a least three paragraphs.

YOUTH Prize List STUDIO FACTOR Special: Design, draw or sculpt to the theme “Old Tyme Fair”. 62. GRADES JK – SK Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $3.00 63. GRADES 1 – 2 Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $3.00 64. GRADES 3 – 4 Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $3.00 65. GRADES 5 – 6 Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $3.00 66. GRADES 7 – 8 Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $3.00 67. GRADES 9 – 12 Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $5.00 PHOTOGRAPHY Special: Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 UP TO GRADE 6 68. Selfie photo, no enhancements, mounted. 69. Summer photo taken by the exhibitor, no enhancements, mounted. GRADES 7 – 12 70. Selfie photo, no enhancements, mounted. 71. Animal photo taken by the exhibitor, no enhancements, mounted. WELLINGTON COUNTY FARM AND HOME SAFETY ASSOCIATION 72. GRADES JK – 2 Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 On an 8.5”x11” (22cm x 28cm) sheet of paper, draw a fire escape plan for your home. Show the location of fire extinguishers, smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. 73. GRADES 3 – 6 Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00 On an 8.5”x11” (22cm x 28cm) sheet of paper, draw a picture on any safety topic. Include a sentence on the poster to explain the poster.

74. GRADES 7 - 9 Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00 On an 8.5”x11” (22cm x 28cm) sheet of paper, draw a picture on any safety topic. Include a sentence on the poster to explain the poster. DRAYTON FAIR DIRECTORS’ Special: Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th - $1.00 ALL GRADES 75. Make a poster, larger than 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) advertising or commemorating a specific event (e.g. Fire Safety; Remembrance Day; special school events such as book fair, bake sale, concert, school spirit day, sports, etc.). MURAL Special: ALL GRADES Each class at the schools in Mapleton Township is encouraged to make a mural for the fair, incorporating the theme: “160TH OLD TYME FAIR”. Please name the class, teacher, and school on the front so that the remuneration of $15.00 can be sent to the correct classroom. 2016 DRAYTON SUMMER FAIR “YOUTH” POSTER COMPETITION CLASS A – Youth up to Grade 4 CLASS B – Youth Grade 5 to Grade 8 CLASS C – Youth Grade 9 to Grade 12 Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th - $1.00 Theme: “Promoting Your Fair”. Fair name and dates are to be indicated. Must be hand drawn. Poster size is a minimum 8.5”x11” (22cm x 28cm) to a maximum 11”x17” (28cm x 44cm) without border. The poster is to be CENTRED ON ONE SOLID COLOUR CARDSTOCK OR BRISTOL BOARD BACKGROUND to give a 2” (5.5cm) BORDER on all four sides. The winning poster from the Drayton Fair advances to the district competition in November. MOST POINTS Special: Sponsored by JEAN CAMPBELL Prizes: 1st place boy and girl – Medallion and $15.00 Runner-up boy and girl – $10.00 Most points earned by a boy and a girl in the over-all School Youth Section will be awarded prize money. Last year’s first place winners are not eligible for first prize, but may still be awarded runner-up prize.

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Agricultural Society - Past & Present PRESENT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OFFICERS Past President President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Secretary Treasurer Auditors Officer

Brad Schieck Jim Zantinge Shayne Green Brad Schieck Natalie Green Arlie Zantinge Barbra Driscoll Lorraine Dorst

DIRECTORS Bruce Bawden Harry Dietrich Jim Driscoll Shayne Green John Klaassen Brad Schieck Jim Walker Derk Zantinge

Bryan Campbell Matt Dorsche John Foster Ben Hennessy David McCready Bryan Street David Wooddisse Jim Zantinge

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Susan Bates Sheila Bogaert Daryl Brodhaecker Lisa Bye Shirley Cooper Wendy Driscoll Neil Driscoll Phyllis Fletcher Shirley Franklin Doug Hilborn Wendy Holtzhauer Stephanie Klaassen Chris Lunge Art Miller Jeremy Moore Greg Morphy Janice Nixon Nadine Peel Dianne Schieck Floyd Schieck Donna Selinger Barb Waite Marion Walker Ann Whale Erica Zantinge

Elvira Bawden Darlene Brodhaecker Jean Brodhaecker David Cooper Daryl Cooper Marg Driscoll Mary Lou Fletcher Lloyd Franklin John Hahn Mary Hilborn Wendy Holtzhauer Susan Klaassen Sharon Lunge Helen Moffat Phil Moore Shelda Morphy Tammy Nobel Bob Schieck Edith Schieck Tom Schieck Ruth Shaw Connie Walker Travis Walker Tom Wood Arlie Zantinge

JR. ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Jacinda Schieck Laura Shaw Matthew Brodhaecker Rachel Brodhaecker Abigail Wiens Shayna Morphy

PAST PRESIDENTS LADIESâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; DIVISION 1956-57 1958-59 1960 1961 1962-64 1965-66 1969-70

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Mrs. William Hodge Mrs. Lloyd McEwing Mrs. F. Brandon Mrs. W.C. Cunningham Mrs. R.E. Henry Mrs. L. Jackson Mrs. A. Cherrey

1971-72 1973-74 1975-76 1977-78 1979-80 1981-82 1983-84

Mrs. Enid Whale Linda Brimblecombe Virginia McIsaac Helen Moffat Ann Main Edith Schieck Jean Dobben

1985-86 1987-88 1989 1990 1991-92 1993-94 1995-96

Lois Lennox Virginia McIsaac Mary Ridgeway Arlie Zantinge Margaret Vogel Irene Dickau Peg Schieck

Agricultural Society - Past & Present PAST AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 1856 - 2016 PRESIDENTS 1856-57 1858 1859 1860 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869 1870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1875 1876 1877-78 1879 1880 1881

Thomas Garbutt William Watson James Gibson Thomas Halliday Thomas Garbutt John Barritt David Ghent W.S. Sutherland Magnus Henderson Thomas Garbutt William Sturtridge James Gibson Thomas Garbutt George Wilson Robert Hay Elisha Turner Thomas Garbutt John Jackson David Ghent John Lang Thomas Whale Charles Forrest Jas Simmon Ira Burrows

1882-84 Thomas Whale 1885-86 L.R. Adams 1887 Hendry 1888-96 Phineas Henry 1897 S. Clements 1898-1928 No Record Available 1929-30 T.E. Stone 1931-33 Colonel Noecker 1934-36 S.C. Whale 1937-39 Orrin Schieck 1940-44 Thomas McClanahan 1945-48 Alvin Schieck 1949 Robert Ritch 1950-51 Everett Oxby 1952-54 W.B. Smith 1955-56 R.A. Cherrey 1957-58 Allan Mitchell 1959-60 Herbert Thompson 1961-62 Elwin Whale 1963-64 Campbell Ellis 1965-66 Clifford Gibson 1967-68 Art Schieck 1969-70 Cecil Brimblecombe 1971-72 Jim Walker

1973-74 1975-76 1977-78 1979-80 1981-82 1983-84 1985-86 1987 1988 1988 1989-90 1991-92 1993-94 1995-96 1997-98 1999-2000 2001-03 2003-05 2005-08 2008-09 2010-11 2012-13 2014-16

Reg Black Paul Samis Bruce Schieck Grant Schieck Jack McIsaac Adrienne Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Reilly Orville Brodhaecker Jack Fletcher Orville Brodhaecker Earl Archibald Bruce Schieck Alan Black Arthur Miller David Wooddisse Bruce Bawden Jim Walker Derk Zantinge David Wooddisse Brad Schieck Ryan Schill Jim Driscoll Brad Schieck Jim Zantinge

SECRETARIES &/OR TREASURERS T. Flath G.B. Armstrong R.P. Brandon Frank Brandon A.C. Woodman (Treasurer) Mrs. George Bates Mrs. Frank Johnson L.A. Flewwelling John Hill (Treasurer) Mary Ridgeway James Gibson Sinclair Sutherland Thomas Heritage William Watson

Thomas Henderson Jas Simmon J. Hawke L.R. Adams Wilson Cunningham Mrs. W. C. Cunningham J. E. McDougall (Treasurer) Clifford Gibson (Treasurer) Lloyd McNeil (Treasurer) Mrs. Neil Jackson (Treasurer) Lorne Riddolls Mrs. Floyd Schieck Mrs. Ron Tutton Mrs. Monica Smith

Mrs. Susan Scheerer Mrs. Beverley A. May Mrs. Christine Petznick Mrs. Kim Dyksterhuis Yvonne Schieck Dianne Schieck (Secretary) Mrs. Lori Woodham Christine Stanley-Thompson (Secretary) Dianne Schieck (Secretary) Kim Meulenbelt (Treasurer) Nina Becker (Secretary) Jean Campbell (Secretary/Treasurer) Nikki Bogaert (Secretary/Treasurer) Eliza Dippel (Secretary/Treasurer)

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How to fill out the Entry Form & Tag ENTRY FORM

DRAYTON SUMMER FAIR IMPORTANT: Please make your entries on this form. Annual Associate Membership fee of $5 or a Full Voting Membership of $10 will be collected at the time of registration, $5 Annual Associate Membership fee will be retained for next year from winnings. Give BOTH ENTRY COPIES, to Secretary / Treasurer. Personal information on this form is collected under the Privacy Policy of the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society. The Drayton Mapleton Agricultural will use the information for registration and payment for the entries entered in events at the Drayton Fair and for the purpose of processing payment of prize monies and publication of the winners’ names in the local papers and to inform you of upcoming events related to the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society. By completing and submitting this form, the EXHIBITOR consents toENTRY the Information FORM in the form being used by the said parties, for theDRAYTON said purposes. SUMMER FAIR

IMPORTANT: Please make your entries on this form. A $2.00 optional membership fee will be collected at the time of registration, if the registrants would like to be a member of the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society. Give BOTH ENTRY COPIES, to Secretary / Treasurer. Personal information on this form is Proof of at least two million dollars liability insurance must be shown collected under the Privacy Policy of the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society. The Drayton Mapleton Agricultural will use the information for registration at this time by all livestock exhibitors. and payment for the entries entered in events at the Drayton Fair and for the purpose of processing payment of prize monies and publication of the winners’ names in the local papers and to inform you of upcoming events related to the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society. By completing and submitting this form, the EXHIBITOR consents to the Information in the form being used by the said parties, for the said purposes. Proof of at least one million dollars liability insurance must be shown at this time by all livestock exhibitors. For Exhibitor For Secretary Class Section Placed Amount


For Exhibitor For Secretary Class Section Placed Amount




No. of Entries & Amount won in each Class

Hold Harmless Agreement

Heavy Horses ............................ Miniature Horses ..................... Beef Cattle ................................. Dairy Cattle................................ Sheep .......................................... Goats ........................................... Hay & Grain ............................... Roots & Vegetables ................ Horticultural.............................. Culinary Crafts ......................... Preserves & Pickles ................. Leisure Arts & Crafts................ W.I. Special................................. School Section ......................... 4-H ................................................ Total Won............................... Total Paid............................... Cheque No. ...........................

I hereby enter the above listed entries at my own risk and subject to the rules of the Drayton Fair. I agree to indemnify and hold harmless THE DRAYTON MAPLETON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, their members, agents, and employees from and against all claims, demands, losses, costs, damages, actions, suits or proceedings by any third parties that may arise out of, or may attribute to all operations performed by or carried out by my agents, employees, or servants, or anyone for whose acts they may be held liable, howsoever caused. Exhibitor’s Signature:

I hereby certify that the above entries are made in accordance with the rules in the Prize List. Entry forms must be filled out correctly, in order to receive prize money. Name:___________________________________________________________ Member’s No. ___________________ M. Smith 101 Address: _________________________________________________________ Postal Code: ____________________ 123 Smith Drive, Somewhere ON H0W 0H0 School Attended in June of this year:____________________________________

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Thank you To All Our Sponsors Who Contributed To Our Fair! 4 Wheel Performance A La Mode Allan Johnston Alma Women’s Institute Ann Buehler Anne Whale Arthur Greenhouse Bailey Repair Services Ltd Brad And Dianne Schieck Bramhill Seeds Ltd Bridge Country Feeds C & S Auto Accessories Cal Deen Electric Captain Cook De Fries Chalmers Fuels Circle R Livestock Conestogo Agri Systems Inc Connie Walker Cosens Excavating Country Air And Repair Craftsman Hardwoods Inc Daisy Meadow Farms Dale Franklin Darlene Brodhaecker Dave And Shirley Cooper David McCready Debbie Oxby Deboer’s Farm Equipment Dipple’s Family Garage Dobben True Value Doug And Mary Hilborn Drayton Rotary Club Drayton Veterinary Services Eldale Vet Clinic

Elmira Auto Supplies Erica Zantinge ESM Farm Equipment Ltd Floradale Feed Mill Limited Fran Turner Gleeson Electric Grand River Agricultural Society Grant And Edith Schieck Gray’s Auction Centre Hair Daze Hanna & Hamilton Construction Company Harkness Equipment Ltd Hei-View Auctions Helen Moffat Holborn Farms Jean Brodhaecker Jean Campbell Jim And Marion Walker Jim And Wendy Driscoll John And Arlie Zantinge John And Stephanie Klaassen John Cherrey Jones Feed Mill Kathy Cowper Kinsmen Club Of Drayton Len’s Mill Store Lillie And Associates Financial Sevices Linwood Veterinary Services Lori And Alwyn Woodham Luymes Farms Maple Run Ranch Margaret Driscoll Margareth Signer Marquardt Farm Drainage Ltd

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