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2 0 1 3 N o d a w a yC o u n t y F a i rJuly 18, 19 & 20
4-H/FFA Livestock Shows~~~
Little Mr. & Miss Nodaway County~~~
Blackjack BillyMain Stage
7:45 & 9:30 p.m.*
*All times subject to change
Friday, July 19th
4-H/Open Exhibits & Demonstrations~~~
Nodaway County Fair Parade~~~
Main Stage starting 7:30 p.m.
Supplement to Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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Blackjack Billy is Rob Blackledge, Noll Billings, Jeff Coplan, Patrick Cornell and Brad Cummings.
The driving rhythms, rocking riffs, screaming harmonies and high octane live show have al-ready established this country band as a must see act of 2013. In only their first year on the road, the boys have shared the stage with some of the all time greats ranging from Lynyrd Skynyrd, and The Doobie Brothers to Travis Tritt and Tracey Lawrence.
Blackledge brings the Mississippi blues and soul to Billings southern rock country roots as they bounce back and forth on lead vocals, while Cor-nells driving bass and Coplans hard edge tasty guitar playing dominate the stage. Cummings holds it all down and drives the ship on the drums creating the unique sound of Blackjack Billy.
Already successful songwriters penning hit songs for other artists, BJB has teamed up with in
dustry veterans Doug Howard and Tony Conway in order to take their sound from stage to your ra-dio in 2013. The boys are out road dogging every weekend and have already booked a full spring and summer tour schedule as they continue build-ing their army of fans.
See Blackjack Billy on the Nodaway County Fair Main Stage on Saturday, July 20. The band will perform two shows, 7:45 and 9:30 p.m.
Blackjack Billy a must see for the fairLIVE ENTERTAINMENT: Blackjack Billy will be performing Saturday night, July 20 at the Nodaway County Fair on the Main Stage with two performances taking the stage at 7:45 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
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The Nodaway County Fair Board will host a pancake breakfast on Saturday, July 20, prior to the parade, beginning at 7 a.m. The breakfast will take place at the corner of Fourth and Buchanan.
Pancakes will be served until 9:30 a.m. For a free-will donation, the breakfast includes pancakes provided by Chris Cakes.
Duvalls Academy will be doing Martial Arts
demonstrations.Donations help provide funding for future fair
Pancake breakfast set for Saturday
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Fair-goers will be in for a special treat, Friday at 6:30 p.m., as the Texaco Country Showdown con-test takes over the main stage.
Eleven participants will compete to move on in the competition, highlighted by preliminary winner Michael Goff of Burlington Junction, who took home the Northwest Cell Peoples Choice Award on June 22nd at Mozingo Lake Recreation Area. Other contestants include: Andy Campbell, Faucett; The Capers Trio, Maryville; Tim Clark, Skidmore; Tabi Clements, Ravenwood; Tyler Folkerts, Maryville; Allison Hunt, Bedford, IA; Mathew Mularoni, Easton, MO; Codi Nuckolls, Maryville; Maddie VonBehren, Maryville and Dakota Walker, Maryville.
The local winner will move on to Boonville. The winner there goes to Regionals and the Regional winner advances to Nashville, TN.
For over 30 years, the Country Showdown has been supporting live country music and offering new country music performers across America the chance to launch their music careers. And with a Grand Prize of $100,000 and cash prizes at various levels, the Texaco Country Showdown is the biggest competition in country music with a uniform judging system.
The Texaco Country Showdown is a four-level competition beginning in the spring, when con-testants enter at their local country music radio station. State competitions are held in the summer at fairs, theme parks and clubs for a $1,000 prize. The five regional events take place in the fall. The regional prize is an all-expense paid trip to the National Final to compete on national television for the Grand Prize of $100,000 and the Best New Act in Country Music title. For more infor-mation, contact your local country radio station, 95.9 Pickup Country in Maryville or visit Texaco-CountryShowdown.com
Every year, over 10,000 artists perform at more
than 500 shows throughout the country. Promot-ed by over 450 local radio stations and Texaco, these shows give budding performers from all across the United States a shot at making their dream a reality. As a result of Texacos commit-ment, over $300,000 in cash and prizes is awarded each year to new performers as they follow their road to stardom.
Over the years, one of the greatest traditions of the Country Showdown has been the legendary stars that host and perform at all levels of the com-petition. Stars like Barbara Mandrell, Kenny Rog-ers, Lorrie Morgan, Reba McEntire, Lee Green-wood, Loretta Lynn, Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, the Oak Ridge Boys, Tanya Tucker, Sara Evans and many others. Garth Brooks, Sara Evans, Martina McBride, Ja-
son Aldean, Brad Paisley and many others got their start on country musics largest talent con-test. Who will be the next Texaco Country Show-down Star? Its going to be quite a year. Talented performers from across America are giving it their all to claim the title of Best New Act in Country Music for 2013.
Eleven area contestants vying in Texaco Country Showdown
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Take time to enjoy the sights, and especially the tastes, of our county fair. Theres no better
time of year. Hope to see you there.
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Saturday morning, following the parade, the 23rd Annual Nodaway County Fair Pedal Tractor Pull will be held in front of the Main Stage.
Registration will take place from 11 to noon., with the event beginning at noon.
All children, twelve years and younger are eli-
gible to participate in the pedal pull. The North-west Technical School FFA Chapter coordinates the event, which is sponsored by Taco Johns.
All participants will be divided into eight class-es according to weight.
The tractors will be provided and medals will be
awarded to the top two participants in each class.
Kids invited to participate in pedal tractor pullIts Fair Time in
Nodaway County,Come Enjoy the FUN!
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Last seen at the Nodaway County Fair in 2010, the FBC Prayz Puppet Team will present Heav-enly Hoedown Barnyard Bash in the Fellowship Hall of First Christian Church in Maryville at 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 20. Featuring bluegrass gospel and country music sung by a variety of barnyard animals, a toe-tapping, knee-slapping good time will be had by all. This particular program came about as a result of an entry in the Nodaway County Fair Parade in 2008. The theme that year was Barnyard Bash and First Baptist Church entered a float with the barn stage, as well as a lot of the puppets featured in the show. Parkdale Manor asked the puppet team to present a show for residents in Fall 2010 and Heavenly Hoedown Barnyard Bash was de-veloped from the music, barn and puppets fea-tured in the parade. In addition to Parkdale Man-or, it has been presented at First Baptist Church and First Christian Church. The FBC Prayz Puppet Team is a ministry of the First Baptist Church, Maryville. It was found-ed in 1996 by Naoma and Lisa Smeltzer, a mother and daughter team, who serve as co-directors and puppeteers. The team has participated in Puppet-ry Festivals in Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma; and has presented programs in area churches,
church camp, schools, nursing homes, the Nod-
away Senior Center, and at Beal Park.
Heavenly Hoedown Barnyard Bash to return to Fair with afternoon show
Group to perform at First Christian Church July 20 at 3 p.m.
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