2014 Morgan County Fair Tab
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DESCRIPTION2014 Morgan County Fair insert into The Reporter-Times in Martinsville, Indiana.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 30 7:30 - 8:30 am STATE FAIR PERISHABLE Projects need to be taken to the Extension Office 10:00 am 4-H Robotics Demonstrations - Free Stage 10:30 am 12:30 pm BAKERS BEST Baking with Cherries Contest Entries accepted in Kendall Room 12:00 Noon 4-H & Community Building - Open to the public until 10:00 pm 12:00 Noon Home & Family Arts Building - Open to the public until 10:00 pm 12:00 Noon Merchant Building - Open until 10:00 pm 12:30 pm Presidents Report live from the WCBK Radio Active Barn 12:30 pm Sign up for Pedal Tractor
Pull - By the Antique Machinery Barn 1:00 pm 4-H Pet, Pack & Cart Goat Show - Show Arena 1:00 pm Kiddie Day at the Midway - 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm Unlimited Rides for $12.00 Per Person 1:00 pm Pedal Tractor Pull - By the Antique Machinery Barn Sponsored by Morgan County Antique Machinery Assn. 1:00 pm Judging for Bakers Best Baking with Cherries Contest Wilber Kendall Room - Open Judging- 2:00 pm ADZOOKSS PUPPETS - Free Stage 3:00 - 6:00 pm Fair News from the WCBK Radio Active Barn featuring live 4-H interviews and 4-H Winners Circle 5:30 pm CELEBRITY GOAT MILKING CONTEST - Show Arena Udderly Awesome Challenge 6:00 pm Rabbit Round-up - Show Arena - Free Admission Sponsored by CO-ALLIANCE, LLP 6:15 p m Round Robin Showmanship Competition - Show Arena Following the Rabbit Round-Up 7:00 pm Fair Contests live from the WCBK Radio Active Barn 8:00 pm HOG WRESTLING - GRANDSTAND Admission: 12 and over $5; Under 12 - Free 8:00 pm SILLY SAFARI LIVE ANIMAL SHOW - FREE STAGE celebrating 15 years of conservation education and entertainment
THURSDAY, JULY 31 10:00 am 4-H Fur & Feather Finals - Show Arena 12:00 Noon 4-H & Community Building - Open to the public until 10:00 pm 12:00 Noon Home & Family Arts Building - Open to the public until 10:00 pm 12:00 Noon Merchant Building - Open until 10:00 pm 12:30 pm Presidents Report live from the WCBK Radio Active Barn 2:00 pm 4-H Livestock Auction - Show Arena 3:00 - 6:00 pm Fair News from the WCBK Radio Active Barn featuring live 4-H interviews and 4-H Winners Circle 6:00 pm FAMILY NIGHT ON THE MIDWAY Poor Jack Amusements Special Prices ! 7:00 pm Fair contests live from the WCBK Radio Active Barn 7:30 pm 4-H CALF ROUND-UP FREE at the GRANDSTAND SPONSORED by FARM CREDIT MID-AMERICA, MORGAN COUNTY FEED & MORGAN COUNTY BEEF CATTLE ASSOCIATION 8:00 pm TERRY LEE & THE ROCKABOOGIE BAND - FREE STAGE The wildest piano pumpin rock-n- roll show since Jerry Lee Lewis 9:00 pm BATTLE OF THE BARNS - Show Arena - Free Admission 8:30 pm HEAVY HORSE PULLS - FREE at the GRANDSTAND FRIDAY, AUGUST 1 * HEALTHIER MORGAN COUNTY * SPONSOR OF THE DAY * 7:00 am - 7:00 pm Steps for Charity Challenge - Every Step Counts! Winning Group receives $1000 for your Charity 10:00 am 12:00 Noon 4-H Fun Day - Show Arena 11:00 am - 1:00 pm INDIANA PACER FAN Events 12:00 Noon 4-H & Community Building - Open to the public until 9:00 pm 12:00 Noon Home & Family Arts Building - Open to the public until 9:00 pm 12: 00 Noon Merchant Building - Open until 9:00 pm 12:30 pm Presidents Report live from WCBK Radio Active Barn
1:00 pm 4-H Awards Program - Show Arena 2:00 pm 4:00 pm 4-H Premium Time - Wilber Kendall Room 3:00 - 6:00 pm Fair News from the WCBK Radio Active Barn featuring live 4-H interviews and 4-H Winners Circle 5:00 - 8:00 pm Morgan County Challenge - Improving Health & Fitness at the Fair Show Arena - Games & fun 7:00 pm Fair Contests live from the WCBK Radio Active Barn 7:00 pm DEMOLITION DERBY - GRANDSTAND Admission: Adults $10; 6-12 $5; Under 6 Free; Pit Gate $15 8:00 pm THE SILVER LADIES FREE STAGE Song we remember, mostly Upbeat ones. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2 8:00 am IRON MAN Competition - Free Stage & Front Parking Lot 8:00 am 4-H Dog Show Obedience & Showmanship - Show Arena 8:00 am Second Annual 5 K Walk / Run - Show Arena 9:00 - 11:00 am Breathe Better Indy Outside North Side of Swine Barn
Sponsored by: Emmis Communications9:00 am Open Class Rabbit Show - Rabbit/Poultry Building 9:00 am 4-H Dog Agility & Rally Show - Dairy Barn 9:00 am 11:00 am Release of Open Class Exhibits Home & Family Arts Building 9:00 am 12:00 Noon Release of 4-H & Mini 4-H Exhibits 4-H &
Community Building-PickUp Projects 9:00 am 12:00 Noon 4-H Premium Time - Wilber Kendall Room 12:00 Noon Merchant Building - Open until 7:00 pm 1:00 pm Kiddie Day at the Midway - 1:00 until 5 pm Unlimited Rides for $12.00 Per Person 2:00 pm INDIANA WILD - Show Arena Live Animal Show 6:00 pm CHOPPED CHALLENGE - 4-H
Auditorium Competitive Team Cooking6:00 pm FAMILY NIGHT ON THE MIDWAY Poor Jack Amusements - Special Prices! 7:00 pm DEMOLITION DERBY - GRANDSTAND Admission: Adults, $10; 6-12, $5; Under 6 Free; Pit Gate $15
SCHEDULE OF FAIR EVENTS CONTINUED
Clayton BruceThe son of Ben and Trisha Bruce of Cloverdale, Clayton is a senior at Hoosier Academy. His major projects during his 10 years of 4-H with A&A Town-ship 4-H Club include horse and pony, swine, goats, corn and soybeans. He has enjoyed making so many new 4-H friends and memories through his 4-H career and while working with the farm animals hes cared for. Clayton plans to attend college and pursue a career working with animals. He hopes to help with 4-H horse and pony activi-ties in the future.
Christa CheathamChrista is a senior at Martins-ville High School and member of the Morgan County 4-H Beef Club. Her parents are Ron and Jennifer Cheatham. Among Christas many 4-H projects are photography, horse, beef, vet science, foods, personality, dog, livestock posters, crafts and child development. Her major 4-H awards include reserve grand steer (open show), champion shorthorn steer, Key Club Award, Beef Herdsman of the Week, grand champion in photography and champion dog leader (Indiana State Fair). Christa says the activities shes enjoyed most have been Junior Leaders, animal science trips to Purdue and livestock judging. She attributes her mother as being the most influential person in her 4-H career,
helping her establish the Beef Club. Christa recommends 4-H to experience many life lessons and make lifelong friends. Her future plans are to attend Purdue University, majoring in animal science with a focus on pre-veterinary medicine and to help with the livestock committee, primarily beef.
Trevor ChewA senior at Mooresville High School, Trevor is the son of Diane Waltz and Ron Chew and a member of the Critter Keepers 4-H Club. During his 10 years in 4-H, he has completed over 30 projects including goat, fine arts, garden, Junior Leaders and crafts five of his favorite. Among Trevors honors are the John R. Gilbert scholarship, leadership pins, goat pin, small animal pin, grand champion and reserve grand champion meat goat wethers, reserve grand champion small animal, junior goat and small animal showmanship and intermediate goat showman-ship. Trevor attributes his leadership abilities and public speak-ing skills to the experiences 4-H has given him. He appreciates the friendships hes made and opportunities to be involved in his community through service activities. Trevor feels 4-H is an im-portant organization in which to learn meaningful lifelong skills.
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Board president invites community to county fair
We wish to invite you to the 2014 Morgan County Fair. Our fair theme this year is Embracing Technology but Not Losing Sight of the Past. We feel our theme encompasses everything that continues to make our fair The Event to attend each year.
Our fair could not function with-out all the volunteers and support of the community and so it has been since the Morgan County Fair began.
You will see some new things this year as we institute a shuttle service for our mobility-challenged attend-ees. We hope this will make their
fair experience more enjoyable and possibly even afford others the ability of attending.
You will also see some new pro-grams, such as the Adzooks Puppet Show on July 30 as well the Indiana Wild program in the show area Aug. 2. Then, later in the evening on Aug. 2, we will hold our Morgan County Fair Chopped Challenge cooking competition in the auditorium. This competitive contest with a live audi-ence promises to be a fun evening.
Be sure and join us July 30 in the show arena for the Udderly Awe-some Celebrity Goat Milking Contest, when we will put to rest who is the best of the area goat-milking wan-nabes.
Be sure and check the schedule for
all the great events happening at the grandstand. There will be something for the entire family.
The free stage offers evening en-tertainment to be enjoyed.
Be sure and bring your appetite to the best fair food court around, and Poor Jacks Amusements offers fun for the child in all of us. Be sure and tour the home and family arts building and the merchants building to see the area talent and what the area busi-ness community has to offer.
We are happy to once again wel-come the Healthier Morgan County Initiative on Aug. 1 for their Steps for Charity event. Dont put those sneak-ers away, becaus