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2014 Daviess County Fair
A supplement to the Washington Times Herald June 20, 2014 - 12 pages
One Train Depot St., Washington, IN800-449-5262 812-254-5262 www.daviesscountychamber.com
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JUNEVeale Creek 2014 Kids CampJune 23-27, 2014 (& July 7-11)Contact Cady Roberts @ 812-380-1911 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Movies On Main StreetJune 27, 2014Auto Theme9pm - 10:30ishGerman American Bank Parking Lot Concessions Available
Daviess County FairJune 20-28, 2014Daviess County Fairgrounds, ElnoraAngela Wilson Commercial building 812-890-3993
Coming Home to Our Irish Roots - Summer PicnicCorning - St Patrick Catholic Church (850 E. 500 S)Sunday June 29, 2014 - at noon Freewill donationContact: Vince Sellers 812-444-9360 or email@example.com
JULYJuly 4th Celebrations July 1-4, 2014Eastside ParkWashington
Washington Conservation 3D Archery Bow Shoot July 6, 2014, Trophy Shoot350W 150S. Washington812-610-2490
4-H Fair in Washington July 11-18, 2014Eastside Park
Veale Creek 2014 Kids CampJuly 7-11, 2014Contact Cady Roberts @ 812-380-1911 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Montgomery Ruritan Club - Summer FestivalJuly 19, 2014-2 pm-??$15 per ticket pre sale - $20 ticket at door Trey Hughes 3-6 pmThe Springs 7:30 - 8:30 pmDavid Alan Coe - Entertainment - 8:30 pm-10 pmHowie the DJ 10 pm -1 amBeer Garden
Movies On Main StreetChunky 85July 25, 20149 pm - 10:30 ishGerman American Bank Parking Lot Concessions Available
AugustWashington Conservation 3D Archery Bow Shoot August 2-3, 20141/2 proceeds go to PCBA350W 150S. Washington812-610-2490
Old National Bank - 100 Men Who Cook in Vincennes Saturday, August 2, 2014Doors open 6pmFor even sponsorship info or to purchase tickets contactTina Meeks 812-895-4220 or email@example.com
August 2 Back to School Bash TBA Location
Old Settler FestivalFirst week of August, Tuesday through Saturday August 5-9, 2014Odon City Park - Odon, IN812-636-8218
Wine, Cheese and Art FestivalFriday before Labor Day Weekend August 29, 2014Corner Main Street and 2nd, Washington 812-254-5262
Dillon Amish Quilt AuctionSaturday of Labor Day WeekendAugust 30, 2014Simon J. Graber Community Building, Odon 812-296-1775
SeptemberLabor Day Special Horse & Tack Auction September 1, 2014Dinkys Auction CenterCannelburg812-486-2880
White River Valley Antique ShowAlways Thursday-Sunday after Labor Day September 4-7, 2014Daviess County Fairground-Elnora812-345-0064
Daviess County Turkey Trot Festival Always Thursday-Sunday after Labor DaySeptember 4-7, 2014Ruritan Park, Montgomery812-254-0938
Washington Conservation 3D Archery Bow Shoot September 14, 2014350W 150S, Washington812-610-2490
20th Century Chevy Car Festival 3rd Weekend in September September 20-21, 2014 Eastside Park, Washington812-617-5580
Corning Apple FestivalSeptember 20, 2014Corning Heritage Center800 E 500 SContact - Vince Sellers 812-444-9360
Gasthof Village Fall Fest and Quilt Auction September 17-19-preview daysSeptember 20, 2014-auctionGasthof Amish Village, Montgomery812-486-4900
One Book One Community Author Eventfeaturing Melanie Benjamin, author of The Aviators Wife Saturday, September 27, 2014 Time TBA
Fall Machinery, Carriage & Antique Machine Auction September 23-24, 2014Dinkys Auction CenterCannelburg812-486-2880
Fall Standard Bred AuctionSeptember 24, 2014Dinkys Center, Cannelburg812-496-2880
OctoberTerror on Main Street Haunted High607 E. Main StreetWashingtonFridays and Saturdays in October only
Washington times herald June 20, 2014 c3 fair
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This year the Daviess Coun-ty Fair will honor former North Daviess teacher and coach Bill Slatton.
Bill was the former North Daviess basketball coach, as well as the coach at Elnora before the consolidation. However, more than that, he was one of the faces of the northern Daviess community. Sadly, Bill passed away this February, leaving a hole in lives of those knew him, but a memory as large as the life he lived.
Bill original taught and coached at Dubois, before coming to Elnora, just about 50 years ago. From that point on Bill has always been a big part of the school and com-munity.
In fact, the last group of eighth graders he coached, were seniors this season.
He would have said being
honored at the fair was the last thing he would have wanted, but for those who knew him, knew he would have loved it. It is just the kind of person he was. Bill was all about laughing, joking and spending time with friends. He would loved wav-ing at the very people he would taught, coached and spent his life with.
This year Bills wife Marilyn will honor her husband serv-ing as the Grand Marshal at the parade, starting at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. They were to-gether for 60 years, married for 50.
I have had so many people come up to me and say Bill was their favorite teacher, Marilyn said. You might say he never met a stranger.
Here is a column written about Bill shortly after his passing by Todd Lancaster
managing editor and long-time sports editor:
A basketball life well lived
In the time that I have spent at the Times Herald, some of the best of those times were spent with Bill Slatton. Bill, the former long-time basketball coach at El-nora and North Daviess who passed away on Tuesday, was always ready to talk about basketball or just about any-thing else, often punctuated with a big laugh and a boom-ing Now, let me tell you something...
I was sad to hear the news, but it wasnt hard to quickly move on to the fact that Bill was not about sadness, he was about laughter.
I often enjoyed Bill talking about basketball back in the
days of Converse basketball shoes and two-handed set shots. The funny thing is, as much as Bill would reminisce about the good old days, he was still very much active in todays game as well. He
helped out with North Da-viess middle school program until just recently, sharing his skills and abilities with the players who have made North Daviess one of the most successful programs in
southwestern Indiana.Bill also loved baseball hav-
ing played for the Washing-ton Grays and in the Army. As an Army baseball and basketball player, he became a good friend of former Pacer coach and announcer Bobby Slick Leonard. Bill stayed close to him and just a few years ago he and I spent some quality time with Slick at Conseco Fieldhouse. Bill would often give me a little Pacer scoop after a call up to Leonard in Indy.
The one thing I never did see, was Bill as a coach. How-ever, I was told very early in my time in Washington that Bills 1969 ND team was one of the areas best ever. Steve Fisher who played for Bill that year, said fairness was Bills most important trait as a coach.
Fair to honor Bill, Marilyn Slatton as Grand Marshal in 2014
>> See slatton / / Page c8
c4 June 20, 2014 Washington times heraldfair
Today and Saturday night will be two of the most popu-lar nights with the Truck and Tractor Pull and the Super Pull.
Beginning at 7:30 p.m. to-day, the grandstand will fea-ture the Farm Stock Truck and Tractor Pull. Admission is $8 and pit passes are $10, but kids under 6 are admitted free.
Truck Classes are: 4x4 Street Stock, 4x4 Altered Stock and one hook per class. Entry fee is $20. 100 percent payback ($250 added purse)
Tr a c t o r C l a s s e s i n -clude:12,000 lb. Naturally As-pirated, 12,000 lb. 8 MPH, 13,000 lb. 10 MPH, 13,000 lb.
Open 4x4 Street Stock Trucks Class Rules:
Cast iron heads and stock intake. Front weight rack not to extend past front bumper.
Hitch no higher than 26 inches. Street legal tires. Block suspension and traction bars allowed. Gasoline only. Maxi-mum weight 6,500 lb..
4X4 Altered Stock Truck Class Rules:
Cast iron heads and alumi-num intake.
Down headers mandatory, no up header s al lowed. Weight rack not to extend more than 60 from centerline of front axle.
Hitch no higher than 26 inches. Maximum Weight
6,500 lbs. Cut out bed allowed but must be covered. Hydrau-lic steering allowed. Street le-gal tires. Block Suspension and traction bars allowed. Gasoline only. Must have drive shaft shields and safety
bell housing, and/or transmis-sion blanket.
For more information, con-tact Scott Miller at 812-787-1182.
Saturday night, June 21, will feature the Super Pull
with light super stock tractors starting at 7:30 p.m. Admis-sion will be $10, with children under 6 admitted for free.
Rigs will feature Pulling League 5,800 lb. Single-En-gine Modified and ORVTPA
West Region 9,500 lb. Limited Pro Stock Tractors. 4x4 street and altered stock trucks. Rules and payout for stock trucks the same as for Friday farm stock and tractor pull, except added purse raised to $500.
Full Pull!Tractor pulls big part of county fair experience
1704 E. National Highway, WashingtonOffice 254-3918 www.midwestrealty.net
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1-812-636-7324 Visit: www.fnbodon.com Member FDIC
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Washington times herald June 20, 2014 c5 fair
Jarrett looks back at remarkable year as fair queenBy Lindsay Owens
The last year has been an exciting