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									Natasha Vivoda
Miss Ohio USA 2009




Photo by “Deb Knoske” www.debknoskephotography.com




                        June 30 Thru
                        July 5, 2009
                                                On the
                                               COver
       Natasha Aristea Vivoda proudly represented Trumbull County at the
       Miss Ohio USA Pageant that was held November 22, 2009 where she
       was crowned Miss Ohio USA 2009.

       She went on to compete in the Miss USA Pageant, held on April 19th
       at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino and broadcast live on NBC.

       Natasha began her pageant career by winning Miss Trumbull County Fair
       in 2005 - this was her first pageant experience (Miss Ohio was her second.)

       Natasha attended Slippery Rock University and recently transferred to
       Youngstown State University. She is continuing her studies towards a
       doctorate in Physical Therapy.

       Natasha is the daughter of Michael and Paula J. Vivoda-Klotz.




2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                       Page 2
     PRESIDENT 2009                 Trumbull County Agriculture Society
                               President Richard Roscoe would like to take this opportunity
                            to welcome all visitors, exhibitors, and participants to the
                            2009 Trumbull County Fair.

                               Richard and the Fair Board are proud to present the 163rd
                            fun and family oriented county fair for the community to
                            enjoy. Many hours of work goes into preparing for this
                            annual event.
                                Richard on behalf of the Fair Board would like to “Thank”
                            all those that have contributed to making this year’s fair one
                            of the best and he also would like to wish all participants
                            good luck in their events and congratulations to all.
                             Serving the Trumbull County Fair for 32 years...
 Richard Roscoe President                 9 years as President.

           Trumbull CounTy Commissioners




      Paul E. Heltzel               Dan Polivka                     Frank Fuda




                                      Welcome to
                                       the 2009
                                       Trumbull
                                      County Fair
    The Board of Directors wish to express their appreciation to all who have
 contributed in any way toward the support of the Trumbull County Fair. The
 following groups have helped to make this annual Fair possible: The Trumbull
 County Commissioners, County Extension Service, 4-H advisors and club
 members, Vocational School and all other youth groups, vendors, exhibitors,
 advertisers, members and friends of the Trumbull County Agricultural Society.
    We are proud of our Fair . . . it is a showplace for the creative skills of people
 of all ages, an exhibit of our agricultural resources, and a place to exchange
 ideas and see new products. It is top quality family entertainment! Enjoy your
 visit . . .and have a safe and happy return home.
    Thank you for attending the 2009 Trumbull County Fair

2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                            Page 3
                executive Committee 2009




                            Richard Roscoe President




                       Bud Rodgers              Terry Evans
                   1st Vice President       2nd Vice President




        Jack Lammers              Chris Barber            Brenda Richman
      Board Secretary           Board Treasurer        Financial Secretary




                                 David DeChristofaro, Pe, Ps
                                 Trumbull County Engineer
                                 Trumbull County Engineer David DeChristofaro is
                                 happy to welcome everyone to the 163rd Annual
                                 Trumbull County Fair. “It was my pleasure to assist
                                 the Fair Board and the Board of Commissioners
                                 with the preparations for this year’s event. Good
                                 luck to all of the exhibitors and welcome to all
                                 those who are visiting this year’s fair.”


2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                    Page 4
                               Directors 2009




      Paul Aaron                    Barry Brown            Carolyn Evinsky




   Richard Houk                      Ken Kubala              Don Nelson




   Nerissa Roscoe           Thomas Sawyer    Jan Solomon        Richard Turner


    Trumbull County Fair board Presidents
  1970         Louis Majick                 1981      Richard Roscoe
  1971         J.S. Durig                   1982-93   Thomas Sawyer, Sr.
  1072-73      Mark L. Hall                 1994-95   Harry “Bud” Rodgers, Jr.
  1974-75      Walter N. Horodyski          1996-99   Thomas Sawyer, Sr.
  1976         Nelson Chamberlain           2000-01   Robert Biery, Jr.
  1977-79      Robert J. Cebula             2002-09   Richard Roscoe
  1980         Charles Lauer




2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                   Page 5
        l to r: richard roscoe, robert boggs, Jack lammers

  The Ohio Department of Agriculture recognized the members of the Trumbull
  County Fair Board for the completion and success of the 2008 fair season.
  The Director of Ohio Department of Agriculture, Robert Boggs, presented a
  certificate of accomplishment to the fair board president, Richard Roscoe and
  secretary, Jack Lammers at the 84th annual Ohio Fair Managers convention,
  held Jan 5- 8, 2009 in Columbus, Ohio.

  Richard R. Roscoe, of Gustavus, has been on the Trumbull County Fair Board
  for 32 years and has served as president for 9 of those years. Richard was
  also nominated by the board for the fair industry’s Hall of Fame Award. Jack
  Lammers, of Hartford, has been on the Trumbull County Fair Board for 26 years
  and has served as secretary for 14 years. Both men have been recognized by
  Ohio Fair Managers Association for their hard work and dedication to the fair
  industry by receiving the Ohio Fair Supporter Award, Richard in 2003 and Jack
  in 2006. The OFMA introduced this award 22 years ago; only 9 individuals a
  year can receive this Award, one from each district.

  Ohio’s 94 county and independent fairs along with the Ohio State Fair
  participate in the Ohio Fair Managers Convention. This year the Trumbull
  County Fair Board was represented by seven directors and one staff member
  at the convention. Roscoe and the others attended various meetings and
  seminars, receiving information and knowledge, regarding changes to laws
  and rules governing the fair industry, as well as, bringing home ideas for future
  fairs. For more information on Ohio’s fairs, including a listing of fair dates for
  the 2009 season, go to the department of agriculture’s web site,
  www.sgri.ohio.gov.




2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                      Page 6
 Trumbull County Ag society                                ANNUAL MEETING HELD THE
                                                            3RD SAT. IN SEPT. @ 11 A.M.


 Meeting Notices } ALL MEETINGS ARE HELD AT FAIROF MONTH @ 7 P.M.
                              FOLLOWED BY THE ELECTION OF DIRECTORS FROM 1 – 5 P.M.
                                                BOARD OFFICE MONTHLY
                   MEETINGS HELD 3RD THURSDAY



 Trumbull County Fair board Directors
                                TERMS EXPIRE

        2009                       2010                         2011
      Paul Aaron                barry brown                  Chris barber
           Fowler                    Bazetta                     Howland
   Carolyn evinsky               Terry evans                 Ken Kubula
         McDonald                    Bazetta                       Niles
      Don nelson               richard Houk                  bud rodgers
       Southington             Newton Township                    Fowler
   Thomas sawyer               Jack lammers                nerissa roscoe
         Bristolville               Hartford                     Gustavus
     Jan solomon                 rich roscoe               richard Turner
         Lordstown                  Gustavus                      Fowler




                                                    The Trumbull
                                                   County Antique
                                                    Tractor Club
                                                   will have tractors
                                                   on display during
                                                    fair week at the
                                                   Historical Village.




                 Fine Foods


           Available for all events         DAVID L. ROCKMAN
 Steak • Sausage • French Fries • Pizza     architect                       NCARB

       Elephant Ears • Funnel Cakes        315 Washington, N.W.
        French Waffles • Lemonade          Warren, Ohio 44483
      Corn Dogs • Swiss Fried Cheese       P: 330.399.4020
2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                        Page 7
        2009 FAIR BOARD COMMITTEES
   President Richard Roscoe is a defacto member of all committees
Advertisement     Jan Solomon *
                  Ken Kubala
                                           Demo Derby        Chris Barber*
Audit             Carolyn Evinsky *                          Jack Lammers*
                  Nerissa Roscoe *                           Terry Evans* Asst. Chair.
Antique                                                      Barry Brown
Tractor Club      Richard Roscoe *
                                           Domestic & Culinary Arts
Bazetta Township Liaison                                    Don Nelson *
  Trustees, Fire Dept., & Police Dept.                      Terry Evans
                  Richard Roscoe *
                  Bud Rogers               Draft Horses      Tom Sawyer*
                  Jan Solomon                                Ken Kubala
                                                             Don Nelson
Beautification    Jack Lammers *
                  Nerissa Roscoe *         Fair Book         Richard Roscoe *
                  Carolyn Evinsky
                                           Fine Arts         Nerissa Roscoe *
Beauty Pageant Nerissa Roscoe *                              Carolyn Evinsky
               Carolyn Evinsky
                                           Fire Protection/ First Aid
Beef Cattle       Paul Aaron *                                Bud Rodgers *
                  Richard Houk                                Barry Brown
                                                              Terry Evans
Bicentennial Stage (Local Entertainment)                      Don Nelson
                 Nerissa Roscoe *                             Tom Sawyer
                 Carolyn Evinsky
                                           Flower Show       Jack Lammers *
Block Watch       Jan Solomon *                              Barry Brown
                  Tom Sawyer
                  Richard Turner           Future Focus Committee
                                                           Richard Houk*
Camping           Paul Aaron*                              Paul Aaron
                  Carolyn Evinsky                          Terry Evans
                  Richard Houk
                  Don Nelson               4-H Horses        Carolyn Evinsky *
                  Richard Turner                             Barry Brown
                                                             Jan Solomon
Commercial/Farm Machinery                                    Richard Turner
                Chris Barber *
               Terry Evans *               4-H Livestock Records Official
               Jack Lammers                                 Jan Solomon
               Richard Turner
                                           Gates             Jack Lammers *
                                                             Carolyn Evinsky
Concessions       Bud Rodgers *
                  Chris Barber             Golf Carts        Chris Barber*
                  Jack Lammers                               Paul Aaron
                                                             Terry Evans
Dairy Cattle      Paul Aaron *                               Richard Houk
                  Richard Houk
                  Nerissa Roscoe           Grandstand Entertainment (Motor)
                                                           Bud Rodgers *
Dairy Goats       Carolyn Evinsky*                         Chris Barber *
                  Ken Kubala                               Barry Brown
                  Richard Turner                           Terry Evans
                                                           Jack Lammers


2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                        Page 8
         2009 FAIR BOARD COMMITTEES
Grants             Jan Solomon *         Photography        Carolyn Evinsky *
                   Terry Evans                              Nerissa Roscoe
                   Ken Kubala
                   Jack Lammers          Rabbits           Tom Sawyer *

Grounds Superintendent                   Ride Contract     Bud Rodgers *
                Bud Rodgers *                              Richard Roscoe
                Chris Barber*
                Richard Roscoe           Sewage Plant, Sewage lines & Water Lines
                                                          Tom Sawyer *
Hay & Grain        Richard Houk *                         Paul Aaron
                   Paul Aaron                             Richard Houk
                                                          Richard Turner
Health Issues      Richard Houk *
                   Paul Aaron            Sheep             Carolyn Evinsky *
                   Terry Evans                             Ken Kubala
                   Richard Turner                          Richard Turner

Historical Area    Tom Sawyer *          Sponsorships      Jan Solomon *
                   Ken Kubala                              Ken Kubala
                   Richard Turner

Historical Stage (Local Entertainment)   Technology        Richard Houk *
                   Nerissa Roscoe *                        Paul Aaron
                   Carolyn Evinsky                         Ken Kubala

Horse Pulls        Tom Sawyer *          Track Maintenance Chris Barber *
                   Richard Turner                          Barry Brown
                                                           Terry Evans
Junior Fair        Jan Solomon *                           Don Nelson
                   Paul Aaron                              Bud Rodgers
                   Carolyn Evinsky                         Tom Sawyer
                   Richard Houk
                   Nerissa Roscoe        Tractor Pull      Bud Rodgers *
                                                           Chris Barber
Legislative        Barry Brown *                           Barry Brown
                   Ken Kubala                              Tom Sawyer

Mounted Unit       Don Nelson *          Trumbull County Commissioners Liaison
                   Bud Rodgers                            Richard Roscoe *
                   Tom Sawyer                             Jan Solomon

Office             Jack Lammers *        Trumbull County Engineers Liaison
                   Chris Barber                           Bud Rodgers *
                   Richard Roscoe
                                         Trumbull County Visitor’s Bureau Liaison
Opening Ceremonies                                        Jan Solomon *
               Carolyn Evinsky *                          Ken Kubala
               Ken Kubala
               Nerissa Roscoe                * Indicates Chairperson or Co-Chair

Parade of Colors Jan Solomon *
                 Tom Sawyer
                 Richard Turner

Parking            Jack Lammers *
                   Tom Sawyer
                   Richard Turner

2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                       Page 9
“NO PERSON SHALL BE PERMITTED TO MAKE SOLICITATIONS OF ANY NATURE
   ON THE TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS EXCEPT IN CONTRACTED
            CONCESSION OR COMMERCIAL RENTED SPACES.”
                               – ALSO –
       NO PERSON WILL BE PERMITTED TO POST OR DISPLAY SIGNS,
         DISTRIBUTE HANDBILLS OR ADVERTISING MATERIAL OR
     SELL OR DISTRIBUTE FREE, ANY MERCHANDISE, EXCEPT PERSONS
                          UNDER CONTRACT.
                DATe oF FAir: June 30 -July 5, 2009

                           rATe oF ADmission To THe FAir
     MEMBERSHIP TICKET (does not include rides) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$20.00
        (Membership available to Trumbull County
        residents 18 yrs. and older with valid photo I.D.)
     WEEKLy FAIR PASS (no voting privileges) (does not include rides) . .$18.00
     ExHIBITORS TICKET (does not include rides). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$12.00
     DAILy ADMISSION TICKET
       Tuesday - Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.00
       Senior Citizens (per day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3.00
        *Free mechanical rides with purchase of Daily Admission Ticket
     RIDE ADMISSION (for those entering on passes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4.00
     CAMPING PERMIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $125.00
        (Assigned spaces, first come – first served.)
     GOLF CART PERMIT (must have proof of insurance). . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100.00


     “The Trumbull County Agricultural Society assumes NO responsibility for damage to or loss of
              parked vehicles or personal property contained within parked vehicles.”

                               GrAnDsTAnD ADmission Free
                                Children up to 24 months Free
1.      Admission charges are subject to change by the Trumbull County Senior Fair Board.
2.      All tickets will be distributed through the Secretary’s Office.
3.      All campers and all house vehicles must obtain permit.
4.      All livestock trucks and trailers must park in designated area.
        Check at Senior Fair Board Office.
5.      Campers enter GATE C and report to the Secretary’s Office.
                       All DeliVeries To be mADe by 11:00 A.m.
                    miDWAy roADs CloseD To All VeHiCulAr TrAFFiC
                               From 11 A.m. - 11:00 P.m.
      Senior Fair Board Office & Junior Fair Board Office Open Daily 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
             Bates Brothers Rides 1:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
      Bates Brothers Rides Sunday Hours: 12:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
                     Exhibit Buildings Open Daily 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
                      Address: 899 Everett Hull Rd. • Cortland, OH 44410
                                    Phone: (330) 637-6010
2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                                                Page 10
        The Glenn Christian Church
          13th Annual Ox Roast
            Car & Motorcycle Show • Labor Day Extravaganza
                   The Trumbull County Fairgrounds
                        August 29, 30, 31, 2009
            NO alcohol permitted FREE & Open to the Public
            Friday Night - August, 29 • 6 - 9 pm - Night Cruise
      Saturday, August, 30 • 9 am - 9 pm • Car & Motorcycle Show
                    Sunday, August, 31 • 9 am - 10 pm
                     G.C.F. FREE Fireworks at Dark!
                    Sunday Worship Service 10:30 am
      Brown’s Amusements & Games (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)




                   spaghetti Dinner
                                        monday, June 29, 2009
                                   2 - 7 p.m. • $6 Adult • $3.50 Children
                                                   Saddlehorse Building

     Sponsored by The Trumbull Branch of the Ohio Horsemans Council

   Don't miss breakfast
   Sunday, July 5, 2009 • 8 am - 11 am
        Equine Block Building in Saddle Horse Area
                COST TO BE ANNOUNCED
        SPONSORED BY OSU 4-H EXTENSION OFFICE


       Never put off until tomorrow . . .
                              Doing things now is always easier
                              because we can never predict the future.
                              Please send me free booklets on:
                              ❑ Funeral Costs ❑ Pre planning
                              Name ________________________________________

    533 North Park Avenue     Address ______________________________________
    Warren, Ohio 44481-1164
                              City _________________________ Zip _____________
   330.394.4656
2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                  Page 11
    The 105th Ohio
 Volunteer Infantry
 and the 15th Ohio
    Light Artillery
 will have displays in
  the grove near the
  Historical Village
   during fair week.




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                              330-637-8065 Fax: 330-638-2016
2009 Trumbull County Fair                                             Page 12
       Enjoy the fair and visit us in building # 5-B

     Trumbull soil & Water
     Conservation District




   mission: The Trumbull SWCD will provide leadership in the promotion,
    enhancement, and protection of the natural resources by providing
     conservation technical, educational and financial assistance to
           meet the needs of the people of Trumbull County.

                                 sWCD
                  520 West main street
                  Cortland, ohio 44410
             Phone: 330-637-2056 ext. 101
                    Fax: 330-637-2809
           e-mail: wilson.m@embarqmail.com
              www.swcd.co.trumbull.oh.us

             Assistance provided by the sWCD:
  “Water Management Services” including: Drainage, Diversions, Reservoirs, Wetlands,
                                         Run-Off Control and Flood Prevention.
  “Soil Management Services” including: Erosion & Sediment Controls, Agriculture,
                                         Woodlands, Urban and Land Use Planning.
  “Educational Services” including:      Classroom Presentations, Teacher Workshops,
                                         Outdoor Field Days and Adult Conservation
                                         Workshops.

2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                         Page 13
                                  O UntA In DeW
         PeP SI & M
           THE PREFERRED SOFT DRINKS OF
      The Agriculture Community
                            in Northeast Ohio
                  AND PROUD SPONSOR TO
        The Trumbull County Fair
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              DEMOLITION DERBY OPEN TO ALL COUNTIES

         Sunday, July 5 • 5:00 p.m.
               Chris Barber ........................ Chairman
               Jack Lammers .................... Chairman
               Terry Evans .................Asst. Chairman
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Race Track
                                                                                                                             Campgrounds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   STAGE
                                                                                                                                   Back St .                                                                Draft Horse
                                                                          4-H Horse                                                                                                                         Show Ring                             Grand Stand
                                                                          Practice Ring                                                                                                                    Maintenance Road                        Information Booth                                        Maintenance Road




                                                                                                                Sixth St .
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  First Aid/Restrooms




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                                                                                                                                                                                   First St . First St .
                                                                                                                     Main Midway                                                                                                          Main Midway                                         Main Midway
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                                                                                                                                                                                                              Garden St.
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                             Durst-Clagg Rd.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Parking Lot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Bazetta Rd.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Handicap Parking




                                                 Bazetta                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            B
                                                Fire Dept.

                                                                                                                                                        Gate C                                                             Everett-Hull Rd.
                             * Ticket Booths                          ★ Restrooms
                            1. 4-H Horse Barns                                                                                             9. 4-H Hog Barns                                                                                   14. Milk Parlor                                                              24. Grandstand
                            2. 4-H Horse Barns                                                                                             10. 4-H Goat Barns                                                                                 15. Dairy Bar                                                                25. Bicentennial Stage
                            3. S.A.L.E. Barn                                                                                               11. Multi-Purpose Show Ring                                                                        16. Block Restrooms                                                          26. Media Pavillion
                            4. 4-H Sheep Barn                                                                                              11A. 4-H Dairy Cattle                                                                              17. Historical Stage                                                         27. Agricultural Building
                            5. 4-H Horse Block Building                                                                                    11B. 4-H Dairy Cattle                                                                              18. Historical Carriage House                                                28. Speed Horse Barn
                            5A. Jr. Fair Exhibit Building                                                                                  11C. Dairy Cattle                                                                                  19. Historical Church                                                        29. Old Barn
                            5B. Educational Building                                                                                       11D. Poultry                                                                                       20. Historical Gazebo                                                        30. Old Barn
                            6. 4-H Beef Barns                                                                                              11E. Sheep                                                                                         21. Historical Jail                                                          31. Annex Building
                            7. 4-H Beef Barns                                                                                              12. Draft Horse                                                                                    22. Historical Gas Station                                                   32. Flower Barn
                            8. 4-H Beef Barns                                                                                              13. New Building                                                                                   23. Commercial Building                                                      33. Office & Banquet Hall




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                                         Making this our 29th
                                          consecutive year.




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2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                    Page 17
               WeDnesDAy,
               July 1, 2009 @ 6:00 P.m.
                  Hot Laps @ 5:30 p.m.
               Late Crate Models & E-Mods

                 THursDAy,
             July 2, 2009 @ 6:00 P.m.
                Hot Laps @ 5:30 p.m.
         B.R.P. Modifies & Stock Car Racing
2009 Trumbull County Fair                     Page 18
   Historical Village Association of Trumbull County at the
  163rd Trumbull County Fair
                               Our village, founded in 1973, has the
                            1848 Bazetta Christian Church, where the
                            country store sells Trumbull County Replica
                            late 1800’s to 1950’s color postcards; wood
                            and cedar boxes; homemade crafts; new and
                            used books; and miscellaneous. Our candy
                            counter has old fashioned penny candy;
                            Bull’s Eyes; Mary Jane’s; Fireballs and old
                            time favorites. The church basement holds
                            the Heritage Museum and is the home of the
                            Trumbull County Beekeepers. Our replica
                            1848 carriage shed will have local artisans
                            and displays. the 1928 cities service gas sta-
                            tion welcomes back James G. Friend, artist.
 Preserving the past,       We also have the 1845 Orangeville Jail, and
   in the present,          our village green with gazebo, historical
    for the future          flags, and Military monument.



         In the Grove: Civil War units of the 105th Ohio
             Volunteer Infantry and 15th Ohio light
                   artillery camp for the fair.

                 Heritage Lace Guild to demonstrate
                    in carriage shed July 1, 2009

   Founded in 1985 by area lace makers dedicated to continuing the
traditions and history of lace crafts. The heritage Lace Guild’s goal is
to educate members, and the public, in the art of lace making with
bobbin lace, tatting, knitting, needle lace and crocheting. They will
demonstrate on Wednesday, July 1, 2009 from 10 am to 4 pm. View
their’ plain and fancy laces produced with wooden bobbins. the
Guild will be happy to chat with you about the history of this heir-
loom craft. ’BOB’-on-in and visit with them, you’ll be glad you did.


      The Historical Village Association of Trumbull County is a
    non-profit association, not affiliated with any other historical
   association in Trumbull County or the State of Ohio. The Village
   Association is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of
         the five buildings presently residing in the Village.

2009 Trumbull County Fair                                           Page 19
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                                                     GOOD
                                       LUCK TO ALL
                                      SPELLERS
                                                 e
                            Grades 1-8 in th

       23rd Ann ual SpeCloluinngaBee
                              ty F irmbull
                at this years Tru

               Thursday, July 2, 2009 @ 1pm
    Sponsored by Trumbull Retired Teachers Association
    FREE ADMISSION TO THE FAIR (no rides included) for all spellers
     pre-registered by June 5 for information or pre-registration please
   contact Denise Deltondo at 330.530.4011. On site registration deadline
                  is 12:45 pm the day of the spelling bee

2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                  Page 20
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                      Cattle Department rules
                       VETERINARIAN IN CHARGE All animals must meet the State Health Requirements.
                             Official Veterinarian shall be the sole judge as to the fitness of all animals.

1. Entries close per general rule B-9.                                       forfeited and exhibitor may be barred from
2. Entry fee is 10% of 1st place premium.                                    exhibiting at the Trumbull County Fair in the future.
    Do not make entries in Champion Classes.                           14.   In dairy classes, the judge may require any cow to be
3. Exhibitors must purchase an exhibitors pass or a                          milked while in the ring or before awards are presented.
    membership.                                                        15.   An animal may only be shown in one breed class
4. Cattle must be on the fairgrounds by 4:00 p.m.,                           or crossbreed class but not in both.
    Tuesday, June 30, 2009.                                            16.   Exhibitor is limited to two entries per class and
5. Cattle will be released at 8:00 p.m. the last day of Fair.                one entry in each group class.
6. Entries limited to available space.                                 17.   All cattle, except market livestock, must be
7. No bedding or feed will be furnished by the Fair Board.                   vaccinated for BVD, IBR, P13, BRSV and LEPTO 5,
8. Exhibitors are responsible for keeping their area clean                   at least two weeks prior to Fair.
    and to deposit manure in dumpsters provided.                       18.   No tranquilizers may be used on animals at Fair.
9. All feed, equipment & supplies will be delivered                          The use of any form of blindfold, to control and/or
    between 11:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m.                                        tranquilize and animal, is strictly prohibited.
10. All necessary health and registration papers must                  19.   There must be at least five animals entered for a
    accompany animals and be shown upon request.                             new section to be considered.
11. Entries will not be accepted unless animals are                    20.   All cattle must be presented in the show ring in
    registered, Crossbred beef cattle shall be the only                      order to receive premiums or awards.
    exception. All registered cattle shall have a legible              21.   Posted stall assignments are final.
    tatoo(s) or other means of permanent identifica                    22.   Aisles across center of barns shall remain open at
    tion consistent with breeds registration certificate.                    all times.
    Crossbred beef cattle shall have a permanent ear                   23.   Tack is not to be stored in the stalls. Grooming
    tag. If an animal has a microchip as its permanent                       chutes shall not be displayed or used for any
    identification, the exhibitor is responsible for                         purpose on the south sides of barn #6 and barn #11A.
    providing a microchip reader. Any animal without                   24.   All livestock trucks and/or trailers left on the
    proper permanent identification will be disqualified.                    Fairgrounds during the week of fair MUST be parked in
12. All bulls older than calf classes must be shown                          the lot north of the maintenance building (#13).
    with a nose ring or bull lead.                                     25.   All cattle are to remain in the designated livestock
13. Tampering and/or misrepresentation as to breeding,                       area during Fair week. Cattle are NOT PERMITTED
    age, ownership, custody and any other irregularity                       in the “Oak Grove” picnic area.
    in showing will be considered fraud and deception.                 26.   When presenting cattle in the show ring, all exhibitors
    To maintain a high degree of confidence and                              shall wear hard sole shoes. In dairy classes, “Dairy
    integrity in the livestock shows, the Trumbull                           Whites” shall be the proper clothing.
    County Agricultural Society reserves the right to                                                                    RULES REVISED 4/09
    disqualify any animal and/or exhibitor in violation,
    and premiums won by such exhibitor will be



                                               beef Cattle                                   Dept.
                                                                                              210
                                          Directors: Paul Aaron, Chairman
                                      Richard Houk & Assistant: Debra Winfield
                  Judging will be on Thursday, July 2, 2009 2:00 PM
                                                              SECTIONS
           1.     Angus                               4.      Hereford                             7.      Simmental
           2.     Belgian Blues                       5.      Limousin                             8.      Shorthorn
           3.     Crossbreds                          6.      Maine Anjou                          9.      All Other Breeds
                                                                                                           (Specify)
                                                            PREMIUMS
                                                     J, K, X & Y Rosette Only
                                                 Classes M & ZF $25 and Banner
                All Other Classes 1st - $30 ★ 2nd - $25 ★ 3rd - $20 ★ 4th - $15 ★ 5th - $10
         Class A:      Jr. Bull Calf (Born Jan. 1, 2009 and after)
         Class B:      Winter Bull Calf (Born Nov. 1, 2008 - Dec. 31, 2008)
         Class C:      Sr. Bull Calf (Born Sept. 1, 2008 - Oct. 31, 2008)
         Class D:      Late Summer Yearling Bull (Born July 1, 2008 - Aug. 31, 2008)
         Class E:      Early Summer Yearling Bull (Born May 1, 2008 - June 30, 2008)
         Class F:      Spring Yearling Bull (Born March 1, 2008 - April 30, 2008)
         Class G:      Jr. Yearling Bull (Born Jan. 1, 2008 - Feb. 28, 2008)
         Class H:      Yearling Bull (Born Sept. 1, 2007 - Dec. 31, 2007)
         Class I: 2    Year Old Bull (Born Jan. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2007)
         Class J:      Grand Champion Bull (Selected from 1st place animals, Classes A thru I)
         Class K:      Reserve Grand Champion Bull (Selected from 1st and 2nd place animals, Classes A thru I)

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                                                      BEEF CATTLE

       Class L:       Pair of Bulls (Owned by one exhibitor)
       Class M:       Supreme Champion Bull (Selected from All Breeds Grand Champion Bulls)
       Class N:       Jr. Heifer Calf (Born Jan. 1, 2009 and after)
       Class O:       Winter Heifer Calf (Born Nov. 1, 2008 - Dec. 31, 2008)
       Class P:       Sr. Heifer Calf (Born Sept. 1, 2008 - Oct. 31, 2008)
       Class Q:       Late Summer Yearling Heifer (Born July 1, 2008 - Aug. 31, 2008)
       Class R:       Early Summer Yearling Heifer (Born May 1, 2008 - June 30, 2008)
       Class S:       Spring Yearling Heifer (Born Mar. 1, 2008 - April 30, 2008)
       Class T:       Jr. Yearling Heifer (Born Jan. 1, 2008 - Feb. 28, 2009)
       Class U:       Sr. Yearling Heifer (Born Sept. 1, 2007 - Dec. 31, 2007)
       Class V:       2 Year Old & Older Cow (Born before Sept. 1, 2007)
       Class W:       Cow & Calf (Calf born Jan. 1, 2009 and after)
       Class X:       Grand Champion Female (Selected from winners of classes N thru V)
       Class Y:       Reserve Grand Champion female (Selected from 1st and 2nd place winners classes N thru V)
       Class Z:       Pair of Females (Owned by one exhibitor)
       Class ZA:      Pair of Yearlings (Bull from Classes D thru H, Heifer from Classes Q thru U)
       Class ZB:      Pair of Calves (Bull from A thru C, Heifer from Classes N thru P)
       Class ZC:      Produce of Dam (Two animals from same dam, any age)
       Class ZD:      Jr. Get of Sire (Three animals. Both sexes, represented from same bull, from classes A thru G,
                      N thru T. Owned by one exhibitor)
       Class ZE:      Best 6 Head (Owned by one exhibitor)
       Class ZF:      Supreme Champion Female (Selected from all breeds-Grand Champion Females)


              2009 Trumbull County Beef Herdsman Award
                               Special Prize for Outstanding Herdsman
                                   Proudly Sponsored by: Trumbull County Farm Bureau
                             The following distinguishing qualities will be taken into account:
                 A. Neatness & attractiveness of exhibit.                D. Exhibitor’s demeanor during Fair.
                 B. Appearance of Cattle.                                E. Friendliness toward other exhibitors.
                 C. Cleanliness of aisle.                                F. Promotion of exhibitor’s breed.




                                                 Culinary Arts                                              Dept.
                                                                                                             125
                                    Don Nelson, Chairman • Kathy Skeels, Coordinator
                                                        RULES
 1.     Entries close per general rule B-9
 2.     Canned items ONLY may be brought in on Sunday, June 28, 2009 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
 3.     Baked goods are to be brought to the Trumbull County Fair Grounds on Monday, June 29, 2009 from
        9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ONLY-NO EXCEPTIONS.
 4.     Entries are limited to two in each class per exhibitor.
 5.     Entry fee is 10% of the first place premium. Minimum entry is 50 cents per exhibitor, payable at registration.
 6.     An exhibitor must purchase either an exhibitors pass or a membership.
 7.     Please mark your entries as to Junior (under 16), Amateur, Professional, or Senior Citizen (State age on Junior entries only please)
 8.     NO GLASS DISHES OR GLASS PIE PLATES WILL BE ACCEPTED, SMALL PAPER PLATES ONLY!!!!!
 9.     A sample of baked items and the canned goods will remain on display throughout the Fair.
 10.    Ribbons and awards are to be picked up after 9 p.m. on the last day of the Fair or from 10 a.m. to Noon on the next day. All exhibits
        must remain in the building until 9 p.m. on the last day of the Fair.
 11.    Canned goods MUST be tagged as to method and time used in processing. This may be added to your exhibitor’s ticket when
        delivering items for display. Follow OSU and USDA processing recommendations. These may be obtained from the Cooperative
        Extension Office in Cortland. All entries must be in regulation jars with new lids. Approved methods are hot water bath and pressure canner.
 12.    The person entering baked goods must have baked them. They will be judged on general appearance, flavor, lightness, quality, and texture.
        A copy or recipes where indicated please, otherwise entry will be placed in Boxed category.
 13.    If you need help completing your entry form, someone will be available as per rule B-9.
 14.    Entries brought in without required recipes or explanations, will not be judged.




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                   BAKED GOODS • PREMIUMS: 1st - $5 ★ 2nd - $4 ★ 3rd - $3
                BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE WILL BE CHOSEN FROM THE FIRST PLACE WINNERS IN THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:
Section A: Cakes
Class 1: Decorated or Special Technique                      Class 3: Boxed (state variety)
Class 2: Scratch (include recipe)
Section B: CupCakes (3 on a paper plate please)
Class 1: Scratch (include recipe)                            Class 2: Boxed (state variety)
Section C: pies (include recipe)
Class 1: Fruit Filled                                        Class 3: Cheesecake (Please bring in Cooler)
Class 2: Custard or Cream (Please bring in Cooler)           Class 4: Any Other, state type on entry
Section D: Cookies, RECIPES MUST BE INCLUDED (4 on a plate)
Class 1: Brownies                 Class 3: Refrigerator               Class 5: No Bake                     Class 7: Ethnic
Class 2: Drop Cookies             Class 4: Cut Out or Pressed         Class 6: Bar Cookies                 Class 8: Any Other Type
Section E: Breads, RECIPES MUST BE INCLUDED
Class 1: White or wheat                                  Class 4: Muffins (3 on a plate)              Class 7: Any Other
Class 2: Machine Made                                    Class 5: Rolls (3 on a plate)
Class 3: Flavored (Banana, Zucchini, etc.)               Class 6: Biscuits (3 on a plate)
Section F: Candy, RECIPE MUST BE INCLUDED, 4 PIECES ON A PLATE
Class 1: Fudge                                   Class 3: Caramel or toffee                          Class 5: Any Other
Class 2: Dipped Choclates                        Class 4: Candies made with a mold
Section G: Special Contest
Entry fee is $2.00 per entry, one entry per exhibitor in each Special Contest class; recipe MUST be included with entry.
Both Classes are open to adults and juniors (please state on entry form if exhibitor is adult or junior).


Class 1: Dinner Rolls with RED STAR YEAST.
RED STAR YEAST is providing the prizes for this contest NO PAID PREMIUMS. This year your challenge is to use RED STAR YEAST to
make your best dinner roll recipe. YOU MUST USE RED STAR YEAST AND AN EMPTY PACKAGE MUST ACCOMPANY YOUR ENTRY.
If no yeast package is presented with your rolls, you will not be judged.
Class 2: Sugar Free Contest          Premium: 1st $10 ★ 2nd $5 ★ 3rd $3
This year we are giving you the assignment to make sugar free recipes. Baked goods or anything else you can make either sugar free or
using a sugar free substitute.
                  CANNED GOODS • PREMIUMS:                                   1st - $5 ★ 2nd - $4 ★ 3rd - $3
BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE WILL BE CHOSEN FROM THE FIRST PLACE WINNERS IN THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:
Section H: Jams, Jellies, marmalades
Class 1: Jelly, state type on entry            Class 3: Butters, state type on entry            Class 5: Any Other
Class 2: Jam, state type on entry              Class 4: Marmalades, state type on entry
Section J: Canned Fruit
Class 1: State type on entry
Section K: Canned Vegetables
Class 1: State type on entry
Section L: PiCkles
Class 1: Sweet                      Class 2: Dill                 Class 3: Any Other
Section M: salsa, sauCes, mustards, and relishes
Class 1: State type on entry
Section N: Vinegars
Class 1: State type on entry, must be sealed with wax
Section O: any other Canned ProduCt
Class 1: State type on entry
Section P: dried ProduCts
Class 1: Dried fruit, state type          Class 3: Dried Herbs, state type          Class 5: Any Other Dried
Class 2: Dried vegetables, state type     Class 4: Dried Meat, state type                    Product, state type
Section Q: honey
Class 1: Comb Honey                 Class 2: Extracted Honey
Section R: maPle syruP 1/2 Pint Containers aCCePted, syruP will be tasted
Section S: wine, will be tasted
Class 1: Red       Class 2: White Class 3: Brandy             Class 4: Mead        Class 5: Any other




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       Good luck everyone participating in the
            2009 Trumbull County Fair!




        Capri S. Cafaro
                 Ohio State Senate
                  Minority Leader
                   32nd District
   Representing Trumbull and Ashtabula Counties

          PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF SENATOR CAFARO, RONALD G. SILVESTRI, TREASURER.
                           600 WARNER RD. HUBBARD, OHIO 44425


2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                          Page 25
                                               Dairy Cattle                                   Dept.
                                                                                               220
                               Directors: Paul Aaron, Chairman, Richard Houk & Nerissa Roscoe
                                               Assistants: Leanne Rex, Rita Kibler
                     JUDGING Saturday, July 4, 2009 • 9:00 a.m.
                                                             SECTIONS
       1. Ayshires 2. Brown Swiss               3. Guernseys     4. Holsteins        5. Jerseys        6. Milking Shorthorns
                                                             PREMIUMS
                            Classes L & ZA $50 + Banner • Classes C, K, Y, & Z $10 + Rosette
 All Other Classes: 1st - $35 ★ 2nd - $30 ★ 3rd - $25 ★ 4th - $20 ★ 5th - $15 ★ 6th - $10 ★ 7th - $10 ★ 8th - $10

                                                              CLASSES
          Class A:             Bull Calf (Calved 9/1/2008 - 4/30/2009)
          Class B:             Yearling Bull (9/1/2007 - 8/31/2008)
          Class C:             Junior Champion Bull
          Class D:             Junion Heifer Calf (Calved 3/1/2009 - 4/30/2009)
          Class E:             Intermediate Heifer Calf (Calved 12/1/2008 - 2/29/2009)
          Class F:             Senior Heifer Calf (Calved 9/1/2008 - 11/30/2008)
          Class G:             Summer Yearling Heifer (Calved 6/1/2008 - 8/31/2008)
          Class H:             Junior Yearling Heifer (Calved 3/1/2008 - 5/31/2008)
          Class I:             Intermediate Yr. Heifer (Calved 12/1/2007 - 2/28/2008)
          Class J:             Senior Yearling Heifer (Calved 9/1/2007 - 11/30/2007)
          Class K:             Junior Champion Female
          Class L:             Supreme Junior Champion Female
                               (Selected from all breeds – Junior Champion Females)
          Class M:             Junior Get-of-Sire (3 animals from classes A thru J)
          Class N:             Junior Best Three Females (3 females under 2 yrs. of age, none of which have freshened, all bred
                               and at least one owned by exhibitor)
          Class O:             Junior Two Year Old (Calved 3/1/2007 - 8/31/2007)
          Class P:             Senior Two Year Old (Calved 9/1/2006 - 2/28/2007)
          Class Q:             Junior Three Year Old (Calved 3/1/2006 - 8/31/2006)
          Class R:             Senior Three Year Old (Calved 9/1/2005 - 2/28/2006)
          ClassS:              Four Year Old Cow (Calved 9/1/2004 - 8/31/2005)
          Class T:             Five Year Old Cow (Calved 9/1/2003 - 8/31/2004)
          Class U:             Aged Cow in Milk (Born before 9/1/2003)
          Class V:             1000,000 Pound Cow (Cow that produced at least 100,000 lbs. of milk)
          Class W:             3 & 4 Year Old Dry Cow (Calved 9/1/2004 - 8/31/2006)
          Class X:             Dry Cow (Born before 9/1/2004)
          Class Y:             Senior Champion Female
          Class Z:             Grand Champion Female
          Class ZA:            Supreme Champion Female Selected from all breeds Sr. Champion Females
          Class ZB:            Best Udder
          Class ZC:            Senior Get-of-Sire (3 animals, 2 yrs. old & over)
          Class ZD:            Produce of Dam (2 animals, any age)
          Class ZE:            Sr. Best Three Females (3 animals, 2 yrs. old & over)
          Class ZF:            Dam & Daughter
                                       2009 ADULT DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP
                                       Proudly Sponsored by: Trumbull County Farm Bureau
                                           No Entry Required - Sign Up Day of Event
          Class A:             After 4-H Age to 35 years old
          Class B:             Ages 36 and older

              2009 Trumbull County Fair Dairy Herdsman Award
                               Special Prize for Outstanding Herdsman
                                   Proudly Sponsored by: Trumbull County Farm Bureau
                             The following distinguishing qualities will be taken into account:
                 A. Neatness & attractiveness of exhibits.             D. Exhibitor’s demeanor during Fair.
                 B. Appearance of Cattle.                              E. Friendliness toward other exhibitors.
                 C. Cleanliness of aisle.                              F. Promotion of exhibitor’s breed.


2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                                                     Page 26
                              Dairy Cattle                 Dept.
                                                            220



          Sunday Programs July 5, 2009
       PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:    Trumbull County Farm Bureau
                    No Pre-entry required ~ Sign up Day of Show
  2:00 p.m.                 Cow Milking Contest
                            Location: Milking Parlor
  2:30 p.m.                 Dress A Kow Contest
                            Location: Universal Arena This contest is open to
                            Trumbull Fair Junior/ Open Dairy and Beef Exhibitors.
  Two Categories
  BEEF PROMOTION:
  Any beef animal, plus exhibitor(s) who are
  dressed in costumes promoting the BEEF industry.
  DAIRy PROMOTION:
  Any dairy animal, plus exhibitor(s) who
  are dressed in costumes promoting the DAIRY industry.
  yOUR ANIMAL MUST BE
  DRESSED FOR THIS CONTEST.
  3:00 p.m.
  Pee-Wee Dairy Showmanship
  Location: Universal Arena




      Daily Craft
     Demonstration
    Wednesday through Sunday in the
   Domestic Building in addition to our
     hand quilting demonstration.               Scarpaci’s
                                                 Fresh Fruits &
                                                   Vegetables,
                                                   139 Forest N.E.
                                                 330-393-5225
                                                 Fax: 330-393.0572
                                                www.scarpacisproduce.com

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                                       Dairy Goat                                    Dept.
                                                                                      230

                                          Directors: Carolyn Evinsky, Chairman
                                              Ken Kubala & Richard Turner
      Boer, Pygmy, Pee Wee Showmanship & Meat Goat Classes ~ Wednesday, July 1, 2009 @ 3 p.m.
                        All Dairy Goat Classes ~ Friday, July 3, 2009 @ 3 p.m..
      RULES:
1.    Entries close per general rule B-9.
2.    Entries open to all counties.
3.    Entry fee is 10% of first place premium.
4.    Exhibitors must purchase an exhibitor pass or membership.
5.    Exhibitors will be required to show registration for all goats shown. They must own
      the animal 30 days prior to Fair, and show their own animals.
6.    All animals brought to the fair must be exhibited in a class and expected to be shown, or the exhibitor
      may be disqualified from all winnings.
7.    Entries limited to available space, as always, Jr. Fair Projects have 1st right of pen space.
      Also due to the limited space, YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO BRING EXTRA ANIMALS IN FROM HOME.
 8.   Pen judging will be at the discretion of the Judge.
 9.   No bedding or feed will be furnished by the Fair Board.
10.   All livestock must enter Gate D and be in place by 4:00 p.m. the first day of the fair and remain until
      last day of fair at 8:00 p.m.
11.   THERE WILL BE A REQUIRED MILK OUT 12 HOURS BEFORE THE GOAT SHOW.
                                      PREMIUMS
                 1st - $10 ★ 2nd - $8 ★ 3rd - $6 ★ 4th - $4 ★ 5th - $2
                                                   SECTIONS
          1. Alpine                          6. Lamancha                       11. Pygmy
          2. Angora                          7. Market                         12. Pygora
          3. Boer                            8. Nigerian Dwarf                 13. Saanen
          4. Kiko                            9. Nubian                         14. Toggenberg
          5. Kinder                          10. Oberhasli
      Class A:          Does (3 months and younger)
      Class B:          Does (4-6 months)
      Class C:          Yearlings
      Class D:          Does (1 year and under 2 years not in milk)
      Class E:          Does (1 year and under 2 years in milk)
      Class F:          Does (2 years and under 3 years)
      Class G:          Does (3 years and under 5 years)
      Class H:          Does (5 years and older)
      Class I:          Does (In milk, any age, to be judged on udder only)
      Class J:          Breeders exhibit (two or more does, bred and owned by exibitor, limited to one entry)
      Class K:          Get-Of-Sire (4 does from not less than two dams, not more than one from any multiple
                        birth allowed. Get-of-Sire need not be owned by exhibitor.
                        Entries to be made in the name of the Sire).
      Class L:          Produce-of-Dam (Two does of different ages. Need not be owned by exhibitor.
                        Entries to be made in name of Dam.)
      Class M:          Mother & Daughter (Any age)
      Class N:          Dairy Herd (Four does, any age, owned by exhibitor)
      Class O:          Market Class
      Class P:          Pee Wee Showmanship (ages 5 thru 8)
      Best of Show - One winner only over all the winners. Rosette Only.
                      Animals Entered in Class I - N must have previously exhibited in Class A - H




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                             Domestic Arts/needlecraft
                                                                                                                         Dept.
                                                                                                                          120
                                  Don Nelson, Chairman • Teri Nelson, Assistant
                                                               RULES
1.    Entries close per general rule B-9.
2.    Articles will be accepted on Sunday, Jne 28, 2009, from 10 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. ONLY at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds.
3.    Entry fees are 10% of the first place premium. Minimum entry is 50 cents per entrant, payable at registration. Exhibitors must
      purchase an exhibitor pass or a membership. Only two entries per exhibitor please, such as 2 embroidered quilts or 2 crochet afghans.
4.    Items must be made by the person entering them.
5.    Please mark your entries as to Junior (state age), Amateur, Professional, or Senior Citizen. A professional is anyone who
      teaches or sells those items entered for profit. Items may only be entered once in a Fair, duplicate patterns entered by
      one person will be considered a set. In accordance with the rules and regulations governing premiums awarded at the
      Trumbull County Fair, the judges are instructed only on entries worthy of such premiums.
6.    Only clean items will be judged on neatness, method used, originality and technique. In those classes in which no competition
      exists, or if, in the opinion of the judges, articles are not worthy of a first award, the Judge may award a second, third, fourth
      or no award. Where two items are both of equal merit, the Judge may award duplicate awards.
7.    Like techniques will be judged against each other. For example, a knitted sweater will not be
      judged against a machine sewn coat, although both are adult apparel. Final or further division, if
      necessary, is the decision of the judge. Every precaution will be taken for the care of the exhibits. Hostesses will be on
      duty in the building, but the Fair Board will not be responsible for damage to or loss of property.
8.    The building will be closed at 8:00 p.m. on the last day of Fair, to prepare for the release of entries. Ribbons, awards,
      and entries may be claimed after 9:00 p.m. on that day. All exhibits MUST remain in the building until that time.
      Items not picked up the next day, between 10:00 a.m. and Noon will be left at the Secretary’s Office and the Fair Board
      will not be responsible for them.
9.    Nursing Home displays are welcome. Special ribbons will be awarded to these displays.
                                                        NEEDLECRAFT
      BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE WILL BE AWARDED FROM THE FIRST PLACE WINNERS OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:
                              PREMIUMS: 1st - $10 ★ 2nd - $5 ★ 3rd - $3
Section A: Quilts (Please state if person other than entrant worked on quilt)
     Class 1: Applique Class
     Class 2: Child’s or Baby’s up to 45” x 60”       Class 6: Pieced and Tied
     Class 3: Embroidered                             Class 7: Pieced and Quilted
     Class 4: Group Quilt                             Class 8: Machine Embroidered
     Class 5: Machine Quilted                         Class 9: Technique not listed
Section B: Original Works: Must be designed by person entering, or stated so on entry, such as: sewn by me,
               designed by Mom. State method used.
Section C: Afghans and Bedspreads
     Class 1: Baby                                                 Class 4: Machine Knit
     Class 2: Crochet Class                                        Class 5: Woven
     Class 3: Knit                                                 Class 6: Technique not listed
Section D: Tablecloths
     Class 1: State method used
                              PREMIUMS: 1st - $6 ★ 2nd - $5 ★ 3rd - $3
Section E: Clothing Embellishment, addition to purchased clothing
     Class 1: State Method Used
Section F: Apparel, Adult and Children
     Class 1: State Method Used
Section G: RUGS
     Class 1: Crochet                                     Class 3: Woven
     Class 2: Latch Hook                                  Class 4: Technique not listed
Section H: Pictures or Wallhangings, state on entry which one
     Class 1: Counted Cross stitch, state on entry fabric Class 5: Quilted
                                    which count of
     Class 2: Crewel                                      Class 6: Machine Embroidered
     Class 3: Embroidered                                 Class 7: Technique not listed
     Class 4: Needlepoint

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                            PREMIUMS: 1st - $5 ★ 2nd - $3 ★ 3rd - $2
 Section I:      Pillows
      Class 1: State technique used
 Section J: Holiday Decorations
      Class 1: State needlework technique used
 Section K: Pillowcases
      Class 1: State technique used
 Section L: Place Mats or Luncheon sets
      Class 1: State technique used
 Section M: Doily, Scarves, or Vanity Sets (MUST BE MOUNTED ON HEAVY CARDBOARD)
      Class 1: State technique used
 Section N: Dolls and Toys
      Class 1: State Needlework technique used
 Section O: Miscellaneous, any needlework item not covered by the above classes.
      Class 1: State technique used
                                               MANUAL CRAFTS
                     Best of Show will be chosen from the first place winners of the following classes:
                            PREMIUMS: 1st - $5 ★ 2nd - $3 ★ 3rd - $2
 Section P: Woodworking
      Class 1: Lathe work                                     Class 3: Furniture
      Class 2: Carving                                        Class 4: Item not listed, state method used
 Section Q: Leather Crafts
      Class 1: State Item and method used
 Section R: Basketry and Caning
      Class 1: State Item and method used
                                                  HOME CRAFTS
                            PREMIUMS: 1st - $5 ★ 2nd - $3 ★ 3rd - $2
 Section S: Jewelry making
      Class 1: Beadwork                                Class 3: Any other method
      Class 2: Femo or Clay
 Section T: Paper Mache
      Class 1: State Item and method used
 Section U: Shell Items
      Class 1: State Item and method used
 Section V: Other Manual Crafts not listed
      Class 1: State Item and method used
                            PREMIUMS: 1st - $4 ★ 2nd - $3 ★ 3rd - $2
 Section W: Floral Arrangements, dried or silk, no live plants
      Class 1: Wreaths                                  Class 3: Wall or door displays
      Class 2: Corsages                                 Class 4: Other, not listed
 Section X: Scrap Book Pages, one page per entry, YOU MUST MOUNT ENTRY ON HEAVY CARDBOARD, TO STAND IN SHOWCASE
 Section Y: Stamping, state method used
 Section Z: Kids 5 years and under only!
      Class 1: Needlecraft  Class 2: Manual Craft        Class 3: Technique not listed


                                       SPECIAL CONTESTS
       Section AA:
       Kids Special Contest: Entry fee $1.00 limited to one entry per child. This year we are asking you to deco-
       rate a pair of flip flops or clogs, using any material or techniques that you like. The rules are that they must
       do the project themselves, no help please! Entries accepted from children up to 12 years of age. This is a
       popular vote contest, so imagination counts!
       Section BB:
       Section BB: Adult Special Contest: Entry fee is $1.00 limited to one entry per exhibitor. This year we
       would like to showcase imagination machine embroidery. NOTHING LARGER THAN AN ADULT T-SHIRT
       PLEASE!! Item must be done by person entering it. How creative can you get?? Imagination counts as
       this is a popular vote contest! GOOD LUCK


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                                     Draft Horses                                          Dept.
                                                                                            240
                                      Directors: Tom sawyer Chairman
                                        Ken Kubala & Donald nelson
                         Judging Halter Classes: Friday, July 3, 2009 at 10:00 a.m.
                                                            RULES
 1.    Entries close per general rule B-9.
 2.    Entry fee is 10% of first place premium. Money must accompany the entry.
 3.    There will be a committee to screen all animals to determine if they are in show condition.
 4.    All horses entered for premiums must be entered in the name of the bonafide owner. Registration must be
       available to the department chairman if he so requests. Penalty is forfeiture of the premiums.
 5.    Horses to be shown at halter are judged on conformation, style and movement.
 6.    In no way will premiums be awarded either for first or second when the animal is unsound or blemished and,
        in the eyes of the judge, not worthy as representing the breed displayed.
 7.    Age of the horses will be reckoned from January 1st of the year of birth.
 8.    Schedule will be followed as closely as practical in judging, subject to change at any time by Superintendent in charge.
 9.    Superintendent will call the entries ten minutes before the judging starts. Judge will proceed promptly
       after such a call is made.
 10.   Exhibitors will keep their area clean. Manure dumpsters are provided for daily removal of manure. Exhibitors are
       responsible for completely cleaning the stalls at the end of the Fair.
 11.   Stall assignments will be made by the Chairman as soon as all the entries are in.
 12.   Draft horses must be stabled by Tuesday, June 30, 2009, by 4:00 p.m.
 13.   All stallions one year or over must have registration papers.
 14.   Out-of-state horses must have a Health Certificate and a Negative Coggins Test. No Coggins or health papers
       are necessary for Ohio horses.
 15.   A suckling colt is one foaled after January 1, 2008.
 16.   No horses will be permitted to run loose in the ring.
       PREMIUMS: 1st. - $35 ★ 2nd - $25 ★ 3rd - $20 ★ 4th -$15
                   SECTION 1: Belgian                 SECTION 2: Clydesdale/Shires
                                          SECTION 3: Percheon
            Class A:   Stallion, 4 years and older
            Class B:   Stallion, 3 years and under 4
            Class C:   Senior Champion Stallion, 3 years and over – ROSETTE
            Class D:   Reserve Senior Champion Stallion – ROSETTE
            Class E:   Stallion, 2 years and under 3
            Class F:   Stallion, 1 year and under 2
            Class G:   Stallion Colt
            Class H:   Junior Champion Stallion, 2 years and under – ROSETTE
            Class I:   Reserve Jr. Champion Stallion – ROSETTE
            Class J:   Reserve Grand Champion Stallion – ROSETTE
            Class K:   Grand Champion Stallion – ROSETTE
            Class L:   Mare, 4 years and older
            Class M: Wet Mare, foaled after January 1, 2008
            Class N: Mare, 3 years and under 4
            Class O:   Senior Champion Mare, 3 years and over – ROSETTE
            Class P:   Reserve Sr. Champion Mare – ROSETTE
            Class Q:   Mare, 2 years and under 3
            Class R:   Mare, 1 year and under 2
            Class S:   Filly
            Class T:   Junior Champion Mare, 2 Years and under – ROSETTE
            Class U:   Reserve Jr. Champion Mare – ROSETTE
            Class V:   Reserve Grand Champion Mare – ROSETTE
            Class W: Grand Champion Mare – ROSETTE
            Class X:   Mare & Colt, each to count 50%
            Class Y:   Produce of Dam (2 animals from same mare)
            Class Z:   Get-of-sire (3 aminals out of same stallion)
            Class ZA: Teams of mares at halter
            Class ZB: Supreme Champion Mare – ROSETTE - Winner of Grand
                       Champion mare in Section 1, 2, & 3.
            Class ZC: Supreme Champion Stallion – ROSETTE - Winner of Grand Champion stallion in Section 1, 2, & 3.


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 SECTION 4: Grade Horses/All Other Draft
             Class A: Stallion/Gelding, 3 years and over
             Class B: Stallion/Gelding, 2 years and under
             Class C: Champion Stallion/Gelding – ROSETTE
             Class D: Team of Geldings
             Class E: Mare, 3 years and under
             Class F: Mare, 2 years and under
             Class G: Champion Mare – ROSETTE
 SECTION 5: Showmanship
             Class A: Jr. Showmanship, ages 14 & under
             Class B: Sr. Showmanship, ages 15 - 18

             Drive-in Hitch Show - Saturday, July 4, 2009 at 10:00 am

       RULES
       1.    Entries may be made on or before the day of the event.
       2.    Entry fee is 10% of the first place premium.
       3.    Gate fee is the responsibility of the exhibitor.
       4.    Mares, geldings and stallions are eligible for all classes.
       5.    Horses shall be shown hitched to a suitable vehicle.
       6.    A hitch shown in the classes for 4 to 6 horses may be made up of horses owned by one or more exhibitors.
       7.    Driver and one assistant shall be permitted on the cart or wagon while in the ring.
       8.    All entries shall be ready well in advance of the class time to avoid delays.
       9.    Hitches not ready when the class is called, will not be allowed to show.
       10.   The hitch classes will be judged on quality, performance, and ease of handling.

 SECTION 6: Drive-in Draft Horse and Pony/Halflinger Hitch Classes
             Class A: Draft Mens Cart (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class B: Pony/Halflinger Mens Cart (Premium: 25-18-13-8-4)
             Class C: Draft Sr. Showmanship Cart (ages 15-18) (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class D: Pony/Halflinger Showmanship Cart (ages 15-18) (Premium: 25-18-13-8-4)
             Class E: Draft Ladies Cart (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class F: Pony/Halflinger Ladies Cart (Premium: 25-18-13-8-4)
             Class G: Draft Jr. Showmanship Cart (ages 14 & under) (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class H: Pony/Halflinger Jr. Showmanship Cart (ages 14 & under) (Premium: 25-18-13-8-4)
             Class I: Draft Tandem (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class J: Pony/Halflinger Tandem (Premium 25-18-13-8-4)
             Class K: Draft Team (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class L: Pony/Halflinger Team (Premium: 25-18-13-8-4)
             Class M: Draft Sr. Showmanship Team (ages 15-18) (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class N: Pony/Halflinger Sr. Showmanship Team (ages 15-18) (Premium: 25-18-13-8-4)
             Class O: Draft Jr. Showmanship Team (ages 14 & under) (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class P: Pony/Halflinger Jr. Showmanship Team (ages 14 & under) (Premium: 25-18-13-8-4)
             Class Q: Draft Unicorn (Premium: 60-50-40-25-15)
             Class R: Pony/Halflinger Unicorn (Premium 40-35-25-18-10)
             Class S: Draft Four Horse Hitch (Premium: 75-60-50-35-25)
             Class T: Pony/Halflinger Four Horse Hitch (Premium: 60-50-40-35-25)
             Class U: Draft Horse Single Farm Hitch (Farm Harness) hitched to a suitable vehicle (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class V: Draft Horse Under Saddle (English or Western) (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class W: Pony/Halflinger Six Horse Hitch (Premium: 90-65-50-35-20)
             Class X: Draft Farm Team (Farm Harness) hitched to a suitable vehicle (Premium: 40-30-25-20-10)
             Class Y: Draft Six Horse Hitch (Premium: 200-110-85-70-50)




                     The Trumbull County Fair does not require rabies
                   vaccinations for livestock for the 2009 fair. However,
                rabies vaccinations are required for dogs, cats, and ferrets.

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  School Bus Races
                            Tuesday, June 30, 2009
                            6:00 p.m. - Grandstand
                            STICK AROUND FOR ComPACT CAr rACes




   FireWorK DisPlAy by Hamburg Fireworks Display, inc.
              sunday, July 5 approx. 10 pm

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              2009 sCHeDule oF eVenTs
 SUNDAy, JUNE 28     SET-UP DAy
 10 am – 2 pm        Domestic Arts, Culinary Arts canned goods ONLY entries taken
 11 am – 2 pm        Fine Arts, and Photography entries taken

 MONDAy, JUNE 29     SET-UP DAy
 9 am – 9 pm         Exhibit/ 4- H Booth setup
 9 – 11 am           Open - Class Baked Goods entries accepted
 9 am – 5 pm         Hay & Grain entries taken
 2-7 pm              Spaghetti Dinner - Saddle Horse Arena
 6 – 8 pm            Flower Show Entries taken – Front of Flower Barn at split door
 6 pm                JR. FAIR KING & QUEEN – Historical Stage
 7 pm                MISS TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR BEAUTY PAGEANT –Bicentennial Stage

 TUESDAy, JUNE 30    OPENING DAy
 8 am                Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am.
 8 – 10 am           Flower Show Entries taken – Front of Flower Barn at split door
 8 – 12 pm           Exhibit/ 4-H Booth set-up
 1 – 5 pm            Rides Open
 1 pm                Flower Show Opens
 3 pm                Jr. Fair Horse Four Station Judging – Saddle Horse Area
 4 pm                All Animal Exhibits in place/ Sheep/Goat Weigh-in
 4:30 pm             Poultry/ Dairy Cattle Weigh-in
 5 pm                Beef Cattle/ Hogs Weigh-in
 6 pm                4-H ROYAL COURT – Historical Stage
 6 – 11 pm           Rides Open
 6 pm                SCHOOL BUS RACES & COMPACT CAR RACES - Grandstand
 6:30 PM             OPENING CEREMONY - w/ PARADE OF COLORS MARCH to follow
 7:30 pm             PARADE OF COLOR COMPETITION in Sawyer Ring
 10 pm               Gates Close

 WEDNESDAy, JULy 1
 8 am                Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am.
 9 am                Open-Class Rabbit Show / Jr. Fair Sheep Show / Jr. Fair PAS Horse Show – Sawyer Ring
 9:30 am             Jr. Fair Dairy Feeder / Dairy Beef Show
 Noon                Jr. Fair Rabbit Show
 1 – 5 pm            Rides Open
 3 pm                Jr. Fair Meat Goat Show w/ Open-Class Boer, Pygmy, Meat & Pee Wee Showmanship
                     Goat Show to follow/ Open-Class Sheep Show
 5 pm                Jr. Fair Swine Show
 5:30 PM             Jr. Fair Horseman/ Horsewoman Competition – Sawyer Ring
 6 – 11 pm           Rides Open
 5:30                AUTO RACES: HOT LAPS - Grandstand
 6 pm                AUTO RACES: Late Crate Models & E-Modes – Grandstand
 8 pm                JR. FAIR DAIRY CHEESE AUCTION
 10 pm               Gates Close

 THURSDAy, JULy 2
 8 am                Admission at Gate C/ remaining gate open at 10 am./ Jr. Fair Carcass Contest
 9 am                Jr. Fair Contest Horse Show- Sawyer Ring / Jr. Fair Cat Show
 9:30 am             Jr. Fair Pocket Pets Judging
 Noon                Jr. Fair Beef Showmanship
 1 pm                SPELLING BEE – Historical Stage Area – Sponsored by “Trumbull Retired Teacher’s
                     Association” Registration deadline 12:45 pm
 1 – 5 pm            Rides Open
 2 pm                Open-Class Beef Cattle Show
 4 pm                Jr. Fair Market Beef Show
 5 pm                Jr. Fair Poultry Contest
 5:30 pm             AUTO RACES: HOT LAPS – Grandstand



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                   2009 sCHeDule oF eVenTs
6 pm                AUTO RACES: B.R.P. Modifies & Stock Car– Grandstand
6 – 11 pm           Rides Open
8 pm                Jr. Fair Carcass Contest Results
10 pm               Gates Close

FRIDAy, JULy 3
8 am                Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am.
9 am                Jr. Fair Rabbit Showmanship
9:30 am             Jr. Fair Dairy Show
10 am               Open-Class Draft Horse Halter Judging – Draft Horse Show Ring/Jr. Fair Cavies Judging/ Jr.
                    Fair Stick Horse Fun Show – Sawyer Ring
11 am               Jr. Fair Free Style Horse Show – Sawyer Ring
Noon                Jr. Fair Horse Intro to Senior Members
1 – 5 pm            Rides Open
3 pm                Open- Class Dairy Goat Show / Jr. Fair Dairy, Showmanship & Cloverbud Goat
4 pm                Jr. Fair Horse Tack Check for Versatility
5 pm                Jr. Fair Versatility Horse Show – Sawyer Ring
7 pm                TRUCK PULLS – 4x4’s & Semi Trucks by Full Pull Productions- Grandstand
6 – 11 pm           Rides Open
10 pm               Gates Close

SATURDAy, JULy 4    VETERN’S DAy –“HAPPy JULy 4TH” Free admission to all veterans with proper ID
8 am                Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am.
9 am                Open Class Dairy Cattle Show / Jr. Fair English Horse Show – Sawyer Ring
10 am               Drive-In Open-Class Draft Horse & Pony/Half linger Hitch Show-Draft Horse Ring
10:30 am             JR. FAIR LIVESTOCK SALE – SALE Barn
1 – 5 pm            Rides Open
6 pm                TRUCK & TRACTOR PULL by Full Pull Productions - Grandstand
6 – 11 pm           Rides Open
6:30 pm             Jr. Fair Stick Horse Costume Contest
7 pm                JR. FAIR TRUMBULL IDOL COMPETITON – Historical Stage
8 pm                Jr. Fair Costume Class – Sawyer Ring
10 pm               Gates Close

SUNDAy, JULy 5
8 am                Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am / Jr. Fair Super Showmanship
                    Horse Show- Sawyer Ring
8 - 11 am           Breakfast – Saddle Horse Area “Sponsored by OSU 4-H Extension Office”
10 am               Jr. Fair Western Horse Show – Sawyer Ring
1 – 5pm             Rides Open
2 pm                COW MILKING CONTEST – Milking Parlor
2:30 pm             DRESS A KOW CONTEST – Universal Show Ring
3 pm                PEE WEE DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP – Universal Show Ring/ Jr. Fair Lead Line Horse Show –
                    Sawyer Ring
5 pm                DEMO DERBY - Grandstand
5:30 pm             Champion Animals Load out time
6 – 9 pm            Rides Open (Rides close at 9 pm on last day of fair)
7:30 pm             Release LIVESTOCK SALE ANIMALS
8 pm                Gates Close/ Release LARGE ANIMALS
8:30 pm             Release SMALL ANIMALS
9:00 pm             Release Culinary Arts, Domestic Arts, Fine Arts, Flower Show, Hay & Grain &
                    Photography Exhibits
10 pm approx        FIREWORKS DISPLAY by Hamburg Fireworks Display, Inc. - Grandstand
11 pm               Release Concessionaire & Vendor Exhibit




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                                              Fine Arts                                   Dept.
                                                                                           110


                        Nerissa Roscoe, Chairman • Carolyn Evinski, Assistant
                                                         RULES
  1.    Entries close per general rule B-9.
  2.   Articles will be accepted on Sunday, June 28, 2009, between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. ONLY at the
       Trumbull County Fairgrounds. Please take entries to rear of office in the Banquet Hall
  3. Entries are limited to 2 in each class per entrant. Exhibitors are responsible for choosing proper
       classification and tagging items.
  4. Entry fee is 10% of first premium.
  5. Residents of Trumbull County and surrounding counties are eligible to enter.
  6. Name and address should be attached to each entry.
  7.   Pieces previously shown at Trumbull County Fair are not eligible.
  8. No exhibit may be removed without exhibitor’s ticket. Articles may be picked up between 9:00 – 10:00 pm
       on the last day of the fair or from 10:00 am to noon the next day. All items not picked up are taken to the fair
       board office and are available M – F 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Every precaution will be taken, but the Fair Board
       cannot be held responsible for loss by theft or breakage.
  10. Please mark entries as: Junior (16 years and younger); Amateur, or Professional.
  11. PICTURES MUST BE READY TO BE HUNG WITH HANGERS SUITABLE TO WEIGHT OF ITEMS.
       (Preferably eyes & wire for heavier items and plastic saw tooth hangers [found at Hobby Lobby] for
       lighter items) ENTRIES WITHOUT THE PROPER HANGERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!
  12. Please keep in mind we are a family fair, Thank You!
                               PREMIUMS ★ 1st. - $10 ★ 2nd - $6 ★ 3rd - $4
  Section A: oil Painting
       Class 1: Portrait / Figure Study           Class 4: Abstract
       Class 2: Still Life                        Class 5: Other
       Class 3: Nature – Animal, Land, Sea
  Section B: waterColor
       Class 1: Portrait / Figure Study           Class 4: Abstract
       Class 2: Still Life                        Class 5: Other
       Class 3: Nature – Animal, Land, Sea
  Section C: Colored PenCils or magiC markers
       Class 1: Portrait / Figure Study           Class 4: Abstract
       Class 2: Still Life                        Class 5: Other
       Class 3: Nature – Animal, Land, Sea
  Section D: PenCil sketCh
       Class 1: Portrait / Figure Study           Class 4: Abstract
       Class 2: Still Life                        Class 5: Other
       Class 3: Nature – Animal, Land, Sea
  Section E: Pastel or CharCoal
       Class 1: Portrait / Figure Study           Class 4: Abstract
       Class 2: Still Life                        Class 5: Other
       Class 3: Nature – Animal, Land, Sea
  Section F: Pen & ink
       Class 1: Portrait / Figure Study                        Class 5: Calligraphy
       Class 2: Still Life                                     Class 6: Mixed Media
       Class 3: Nature – Animal, Land, Sea                     Class 7: Abstract
       Class 4: Illustrations




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Section G: Polymer - aCryliC
     Class 1: Portrait / Figure Study    Class 4: Reverse Glass Painting
     Class 2: Still Life                 Class 5: Abstract
     Class 3: Nature – Animal, Land, Sea Class 6: Other

Section H: graPhiC Prints
     Class 1: Block Prints Linoleum       Class 3: Wood Cut
     Class 2: Silk Screen                 Class 4: Etching
Section I: sCulPture
     Class 1: Paper                       Class 2: Wood
     Class 3: Stone                       Class 4: Metal             Class 5: Other
Section J: glass
     Class 1: Engraving             Class 3: Stained
     Class 2: Etching               Class 4: Other
                                                    CERAMICS
Section K: greenware modiFiCation
     Class 1: Cut Out Class 2: Miscellaneous
Section L: underglaze
     Class 1: Opaque Class 2: Miscellaneous
Section M: glaze
     Class 1: One Glaze Only                 Class 3: Miscellaneous
     Class 2: Glaze Combination, 2 or more used in combination, one over the other, and fired at the same time.
Section N: stoneware
     Class 1: Miscellaneous
Section O: stains
     Class 1: Opaque                         Class 4: Combination of Stain and Glaze
     Class 2: Translucent                    Class 5: Miscellaneous
     Class 3: Combination of Translucent and Opaque
Section P: PorCelain
     Class 1: Miscellaneous
Section Q: dolls (stuFFed or bisque bodies)
     Class 1: Porcelain                Class 2: Ceramic      Class 3: Miscellaneous
Section R: air brush                   Class 1: Miscellaneous
Section S: hand Formed, worked in Clay Class 1: Sculpturing        Class 2: Miscellaneous
Section T : Jewelry                    Class 1: Miscellaneous
Section U: deCals                      Class 1: Miscellaneous
                                   TOLE & DECORATIVE PAINTING
Section V: aCryliCs
     Class 1: Slate                           Class 4: Wood cuts under 12”
     Class 2: Glass                           Class 5: Wood cuts over 12”
     Class 3: Metal                           Class 6: Other
Section W: oils
     Class 1: Slate                           Class 4: Wood cuts under 12”
     Class 2: Glass                           Class 5: Wood cuts over 12”
     Class 3: Metal                           Class 6: Other
Section X: mixed media
     Class 1: Slate                           Class 5: Paper
     Class 2: Glass                           Class 6: Woods cuts under 12”
     Class 3: Metal                           Class 7: Wood cuts over 12”
     Class 4: Cloth                           Class 8: Other




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                                                                    Flower
                                                                    sHoW
  A Standard Flower Show Theme: “A Garden Wedding”
     Superintendent: Jack Lammers Presented by:                                HORTICULTURE PLACEMENT
        THE TRUMBULL COUNTY GARDEN FORUM                            Monday, June 29 2009 . .Nancy Kovach, Loretta Prokop
                 ENTRIES CHAIRPERSON                                Tuesday, June 30, 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bev Patrick
President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rita Bauger                    ALL CLUBS EXHIBIT
Flower Show Chairperson. . . . . . . Maxine Disko                    A+ and A Arrangers • B and C Arrangers (see rule #10)
Flower Show Co-Chairperson . . Alberta Ellwood
Flower Show Co-Chairperson . . . . . . Rita Bauger
Publicity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Raelene Price                 BARN SITTING SCHEDULE
Judge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Judy Smith    Tuesday, June 30, 2009               Members at Large
Clerk Chairwoman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barb Wright            Wednesday, July 1, 2009        Lordstown & Good Earth
                                                                    Thursday, July 2, 2009 Howland Garden Club & 4 Seasons
             ENTRIES CHAIRPERSON                                    Friday, July 3, 2009                        Herb Society
    Monday, June 29, 2009 - Rita Bauger, Bea Vincent                Saturday, July 4, 2009 Warren Twp. & Friendly Garden Club
        Tuesday, June 30, 2009 - Rita Bauger                        Sunday, July 5, 2009                      Forum Officers
                                                                     Hours: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. • 2 - 6 p.m. • 6 - 9 p.m.
              ARTISTIC PLACEMENT
Monday, June 29 2009 . . . .Alberta Ellwood, Phylis Buckner         The president of each club will get together and
                                                                    work out times so that the Barn is covered, at least
Tuesday, June 30, 2009 . . . . . . . Maxine Disko, Mary Jarrett     by 4 people. Two at the front and two at back exit.
                                                                    The schedule should be given to the Flower Show
                                                                    Chairman by the Rose Tea. Duties: Water, Sweep,
                                                                    Be attentive and Answer questions, Clean Up.


            A Standard Flower Show Theme: “A Garden Wedding”
CLASS 1:        Sweet Petite Flower Girl 5 inch mini               CLASS 2:         Blushing Bride (fresh) tones of pink
CLASS 3:        Ruffled Mother of the Bride – showing texture      CLASS 4:         Proud Father of the Bride
CLASS 5:        Always a Bridesmaid – one flower fresh foliage     CLASS 6:         Tall Dark Handsome Best Man – dark colors, dried
CLASS 7:        The Nervous Groom – fresh/dried, showing motion    CLASS 8:         Ring Bearer
CLASS 9:        Maid of Honor – fresh, featuring 1 figurine        CLASS 10:        Invited Guests – mass arrangement, fresh/dried
                       BARN CORNERS “A Wedding Garden”: 5 foot, must contain some plant material
  Entries may be brought to the Barn on Monday, June 29th from 6-8 pm or Tuesday, June 30th from 8 – 10 am.
  Exhibitors may pick up their entries on the last day of fair from 8 – 9 pm. Items not picked up on the last day of fair
 will be available at the Fair Board office during regular hours until Friday, July10, 2009 at 4 pm after that all items
                                  become the property of the Trumbull County Fair Board.

JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL ARTISTIC DIVISION Theme: “Gardens of Tomorrow”
CLASS 1: “MASS ARRANGEMENT” - (Rainbow of Colors) CLASS 2: “DESIGNERS CHOICE”
CLASS 3: “TOUCH OF ELEGANCE” Using a Bud Vase     CLASS 4: “F.F.A. CONTEST PROJECT” - Blue and Yellow
CLASS 5: “TOMORROW” - Dried or Silk -
Jr. High and High School only pick up entries from 6 – 7 pm last day of fair.




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JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL HORTICULTURE DIVISION
CLASS 1: Houseplant grown for foliage.            CLASS 2: Houseplant grown for flowers, must be in bloom.
CLASS 3: A dish garden, three or more plants.
CLASS 4: Any other single specimen entry of horticulture grown by exhibitor. Labeled as to species, variety and will be
          judged with others entered of same species.
JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL LANDSCAPE DIVISION
CLASS 1: Family Living in the 90’s (Backyard) A landscape design and exhibit to cover an area 60’ x 100’. Include back of the
house – a plain view drawing, which should be an 8”x14” piece of paper. House designer’s choice. Scale will be 1/8” = 1’
                                                LANDSCAPING RULES
1.    All plans must be drawn to scale. A 1” - 1’ scale suggested.
2.    Plans must include a top view and an elevation or side view.
3.    Use plants suitable for Ohio climate.
5.    A list of plants must be included, giving information as to number and size. Plant cost is optional.
6.    Design drawing will be judged on originality of design, composition, suitable choice of plant materials,
      legibility, and neatness of drawing.
                                                    HORTICULTURE
Division 1: Cut Specimen
     1. Coleus, one branch                          5. Petunia – single, 1 spray
     2. Marigold – African, American                6. Petunia – double, 1 spray
     3. Marigold – French, 1 spray                  7. Petunia – ruffled, 1 spray
         a. 3 alike                                 8. Zinnia – large, 1 blossom
         b. 3 different                             9. Zinnia -- small, 3 blossoms
     4. Pansy – 3 blooms                            10. Any other cut specimen, 3 blooms if small
Division 2: Perennials
     11. Day Lilies       13. Coral Bells           15. Yucca
     12. Daisy            14. Fox Glove             16. Any other specimen
Division 3: Bulbs & Tubers
     17. Gladiolus – miniature, 1 spike             20. Dahlia – grown from tuber
     18. Gladiolus – large & giant, 1 spike         21. Any other bulb or tuber, named
     19. Dahlia – seed grown, 3 blooms
Division 4: Lilies (please do not remove antlers or stamen)
     22. Calla                                             25. Miniature
     23. Hosta or Plantation Lily –                        26. Tiger
         (3 leaves the same regardless of size)            27. Trumpet
     24. Hybrids – Asiatic                                 28. Any other lily, named
     a. open upfacing b. down facing                       c. out facing
Division 5: Roses: Hybrid Tea
     29. White or near white                  32. Pink or pink blend
     30. Yellow or yellow blend               33. Red or red blend
     31. Apricot or orange blend              34. Any other color Hybrid tea
     Floribunda:
     35. White or near white                  38. Pink or pink blend
     36. Yellow or yellow blend               39. Red or red blend
     37. Orange or orange blend               40. Any other Floribunda
     Grandiflora – naturally grown:
     41. Any variety – one bloom                    44. Old Fashioned Shrub Climber
     42. Any variety – multiple bloom                      – Old Garden Rose
     43. Miniature roses                            45. Any other rose, named
Division 6: Houseplants
     46. 1. Flowering Houseplants
         a. African Violet – single                        b. African Violet – double
         c. Mini                                           d. trailers
         e. Begonia                                        f. Bromeliads
         g. Any other flowering houseplant, named
          2. Foilage Houseplant
          a. Ferns                                         b. Begonia (1-Rex, 2-Any other flowering)
          c. Geranium                                      d. Bromeliads
          e. Any other foliage houseplant, named
     47. Vines            48. Cacti           49. Succulent 50. Dish Gardens
                    (must be in owners possession three months)
      51. Planters
      52. Hanging Baskets
            a. Flowering b. Foliage
      53. Plants in unusual containers
                    (may be more than one plant per container)


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Division 7:
     54. Collection of 10 different named cut flowers (in one container).
     55. Collection of 10 different named cut foliage.
     56. Plate of five different vegetables grown by you.
     57. Collection of five different named dried or treated materials, no weeds.
     58. Basket of artistically arranged garden flowers (yours)
     59. a. Herbs, named                         b. Artistically arranged
           1. Culinary                           c. Any other
           2. Medicinal
           3. Any other
Division 8: Trees & Shrubs
     60. Trees & Shrubs                          c. Broadleaf Evergreens
        a. Deciduous shrub branch                d. Collection of five named cut branches
        b. Deciduous tree branch                        1. Deciduous          2. Evergreen
     61. Bonsai
                                                                      RULES
1. Interpretation of the schedule is of primary importance. Avoid disqualification by carefully
    following schedule and reading rules.
2. Entries will be received from Monday, June 29, 2009 6-8 p.m. and Tuesday, June 30, 2009 8-10 a.m.! NO ENTRIES RECEIVED AFTER
    THAT WILL BE JUDGED! All entries are to be picked up at 9 p.m. on the last day of show. Those unable to pick-up their entries
    on the last day of Fair, may pick them up the next day from 10 a.m. to noon.
    SHOW DATE: Tuesday, June 30, 2009.
3. Florist grown flowers and foliage are permitted in all arrangement classes.
4. Accessories, bases and backgrounds may be used only at the exhibitor’s own risk.
5. Only one entry in each class permitted, unless the class is subdivided.
6. All entries in Horticulture Specimen classes must be grown by the exhibitor and should be labeled as to variety. Houseplants
    must have been in exhibitor’s possession at least three months (Junior & High School Division – at least 45 days).
    Horticulture specimen should be show quality and groomed.
7. No native grown conservation materials are to be used in any exhibit.
8. The committee will furnish containers for Horticulture Specimen classes.
9. No artificial fruit, nuts, vegetables, foliage or flowers will be permitted in any class unless class states otherwise.
10. There will be A+, A, B, and C Divisions in each arrangement class. A+ is for advanced arrangers and judges who have won
    more than five Rosettes (Tri-Color, etc.) A — is for advanced arrangers and judges who have won less than five Rosettes.
    B is for those who have heretofore won a first place (Blue) ribbon in an artistic arrangement class in a Trumbull County
    Garden Forum Show. C is for all other members.
11. All arrangements must contain some plant material.
12. Artistic arrangements should not exceed 30” in width and no higher than 48”.
13. Painted or tinted material allowed where award permits.
14. The Junior Division will have two divisions: A. Ages 8-12              B. Ages 7 & under
15. Junior High and High School Division: Ages 13-18
16. All properties should be labeled with the owner’s name. Trumbull County Garden Forum Show Committee will exercise
    all possible care but cannot be responsible for loss or damage.



                                                                   AWARDS
1. ONE FIRST PLACE (blue ribbon), one seCond PlaCe (red ribbon), and one third PlaCe (yellow ribbon), may be awarded in each
    class. One or more honorable mention (white) may be awarded for exceptionally high quality exhibits in a class or sub-class.
2. TRI-COLOR AWARD: An award to be given to an arrangement with fresh cut material
    predominating and point scoring at least 95 points. Accessories permitted. Rosette of blue, red and yellow ribbons.
3. AWARD OF DISTINCTION: An award may be given to an arrangement consisting of dried, treated, tinted or glycerized or a
    combination of these materials. Accessories permitted. Rosette of brown ribbons with gold lettering.
4. CREATIVITY AWARD: An award may be given to an arrangement point scoring at least 95 which uses a combination of fresh
    and dried material. Creativity must be one of the qualities in the scale of points. Any arrangement in schedule may receive this award if they
    qualify. Rosette of purple ribbons.
5. PETITE AWARD: An award given for a miniature or small design in a specified section of the Flower Show. Small rosette
    of blue and white ribbons.
6. AWARD OF HORTICULTURE EXCELLENCE: An award may be given only to a named exhibit of fresh plant material judged
    as the finest in the entire Horticulture Division. Rosette of green, orange, blue ribbons.
7. ARBOREAL AWARD: It is a section award and may be given to an exhibit of fresh plant material in a section com
    posed of tree or shrub branches. Rosette of two value of green ribbons.
8. AWARD OF MERIT: Is a section award and may be given in the cut specimen division and one in the house plant
    division if exhibit warrants it. Rosette of orange ribbons.
9. COLLECTOR’S SHOWCASE: It is a section award and may be given to a display or collection of fresh plant materials, with
    no fewer than five specimens or no fewer than five container-grown plants of one family or no fewer than five with like characteristics.
    Each specimen within the exhibit must score 95 points or more. The specimens must be properly named
    as specified in the schedule. Rosette of brown and green ribbons.
10. SWEEPSTAKES AWARD: It will be given in the Artistic and Horticulture Divisions. It is a rosette of green and white ribbons.
11. HIGH SCHOOL GARDENERS AWARD: May be offered and awarded to an outstanding horticulture, design, or
    educational exhibit in the High School Division and must score 90 points or more. One award may be given in each of the
    categories above, for a total of three. Rosette of red and white ribbons.

2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                                                                  Page 40
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                                        Hay & Grain                                      Dept.
                                                                                          140

                                            richard Houk, Chairman
                                             Paul Aaron, Assistant
                                                     RULES
         1.    Entries close per general rule B-9.
         2.    Entires will be received at AG Building, Monday, July 29, 2009 from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
               All entries are to be picked up after 6:00 p.m. the last day of show.
         3.    Entry fee is 10% of first premium, minimum entry is 50 cents.
         4.    Exhibitors must purchase either an exhibitor’s pass or membership.
         5.    ALL entries must be home grown.

                           PREMIUMS 1st - $7 ★ 2nd - $6 ★ 3rd - $5
     Premiums sponsored by: Trumbull Farm Bureau & Trumbull Soil & Water Conservation
  SECTION A: Baled Hay (10” Slice) or (20” diameter round bale)
             Class 1: Alfalfa, 50% or more alfalfa, first crop
             Class 2: Clover, 50% or more clover, first crop
             Class 3: Timothy, 50% or more timothy, first crop
             Class 4: Mixed Hay, mixture of any legume & grasses, first crop
             Class 5: Grass Hay, 50% or more brome, orchard, or other grasses, first cutting
                                                        GRAINS
  Section B: Grass Seed (Entry to consist of one-quart clear glass jar)
             Class 1: Clover, name variety            Class 3: Timothy
             Class 2: Alfalfa                         Class 4: Any other grass seed, name variety
  Section C: Wheat (Entry to consist of one-quart clear glass jar)                               Class 1: Any named variety
  Section D: Oats (Entry to consist of one-quart clear glass jar)                                Class 1: Any Named Variety
  Section E: Soybean Seed (Entry to consist of one-quart clear glass jar)                        Class 1: Any Named Variety
  Section F: Soybean Plant (Entry to consist of three plants with roots)                         Class 1: Any Named Variety
  Section G: Shelled Corn (Entry to consist of one-quart clear glass jar of last years growth) Class 1: Any named variety
  Section H: Ear Corn (entry to consist of five ears on plate of last years growth)              Class 1: Any Named Variety
  Section I: Corn Stalk (entry to consist of three stalks with roots of this years growth) Class 1: Any Named Variety
  Section J: Popcorn (Entry to consist of one-pint clear jar of last years growth)               Class 1: Any Named Variety
  Section K: Ornamental Corn (Entry to consist of five ears on plate of last years growth)         Class 1: Any Named Variety
  Section L: Sunflower Seed (Entry to consist of one-quart clear glass jar of last years growth) Class 1: Any Named Variety
  Section M: Speltz (entry to consist of one-quart glass jar of last year’s growth)               Class 1: Any named variety

                                                        SILAGE
  Section N:          Corn Silage         Class 1: Entry to consist of one-five gallon container.
  Section O:          Hay Silage          Class 1: Entry to consist of one-five gallon container.
                                                     STRAW
  Section P:          Straw (10” Slice) Class 1: Wheat Class 2: Oat                 Class 3: Speltz




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2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                  Page 43
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2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                         Page 44
                                      Photography Dept.
                                                   150
                                           Carolyn evinsky, Chairman
                                            nerissa roscoe, Assistant

                                                          RULES
 1.     Entries close per general rule B-9.
 2.     Entry fee is 10% of first Premium
 3.     Limit three (3) entries per section per exhibitor. Exhibitors are responsible for choosing proper
        classification and tagging items.
 4.     Articles will be accepted on: Sunday, June 28, 2009 between 11 a.m. to
        2:00 p.m. ONLY at Trumbull County Fairgrounds. NO EXCEPTIONS.
 5.     Exhibitors must purchase either an Exhibitor’s pass or membership.
 6.     Prints must be solely the work of the Exhibitor.
 7.     All prints must be between 8”x10” and 16”x20”.
 8.     Pictures are to be matted only (NO FRAMES) and ready to hang with plastic saw tooth hangers.
        (Hangers can be found at Hobby Lobby)
 9.     Name, address, and phone number of each entrant must appear on the back of EACH entry.
 10.    Exhibitor must mark entry form as: Young Photographer (16 years of age & under) or Senior
        Photographer (all others).
 11.    No previous winning photos are to be entered.
 12.    Chairperson in charge has the right to reject any and all photos entered.
 13.    Every precaution will be taken, but the Fair Board will not be held responsible for the loss or damage of Entries.
 14.    No exhibit may be removed without exhibitor’s ticket. Photos may be picked up between 9:00 – 10:00 pm on
        the last day of the fair or from 10:00 am to noon the next day. All items not picked up are taken to the fair
        board office and are available M – F 9:00 am – 4:00 pm after that all entries become property of the
        Trumbull County Fair Board
                     PREMIUMS:              1st - $10 ★ 2nd - $6 ★ 3rd - $4
 Section A:          Landscape
 Section B:          People
 Section C:          Animal
 Section D:          Other
 Section E:          Black & White
 Section F:          Digital (Digital prints are images that have been altered using a computer and software,
                     such as, but not limited to Adobe Photo Shop)
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2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                                             Page 45
                                                   rabbits                                   Dept.
                                                                                              270
                              Director: Tom sawyer
                             Assistant: Wanda sawyer
                Judging date Wednesday, July 1, 2009 • 9:00 a.m.
                                         RULES
1.       Entries close per general rule B-9.
2.       Entry fee is 10% of first place premium.
3.       List on entry form EAR TATOO, BREED, VARIETY, SEX, CLASS PER ARBA RULES FOR EACH RABBIT.
         Use one line for each rabbit entered. Form may be copied.
4.       Entry form and ARBA remark cards MUST BE IN THE SAME EXHIBITORS NAME.
5.       Cages will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. Water and feed containers must be provided by exhibitor
         and be in good repair. Feed and bedding will not be provided.
6.       Superintendent reserves the right to eliminate any animal that appears unhealthy or othewise unfit for show.
7.       All rabbits must be permanently earmarked. If the earmark is not readable, the judge will be instructed to eliminate
         the rabbit with forfeiture of fees paid. Put coop number in right ear.
8.       Meat pen consists of three rabbits of the same breed and variety. Each rabbit must be less than 70 days old on the first
         day of Fair and weigh less than five pounds.
9.       Rabbits must be entered in a Class in Sections 1-44 to be entered in the Fur & Wool Class.
10.      Rabbits eliminated or disqualified in singles classes will be eliminated from Fur & Wool Classes with forfeiture of fees paid.
11.      Doe and litter consists of a doe and her litter. Litter to be from 6-8 weeks old. Limit two (2) doe and litter to an exhibitor.
         Must secure pen with extra wire to keep babies in.
12.      Make out own ARBA Remark Cards and entry forms. Turn both in at time of check-in (deadline Tuesday, June 30 at 4 p.m.) in
         designated coop cage.
13.      Clean cages as necessary during the week. Clean under cage daily.
14.      All rabbits sold are released on Sunday at 8 p.m. only.
15.      This is an ARBA sanctioned show and all ARBA show rules apply.
16.      You must provide at least one person to carry your rabbits during judging.
            Official ARBA SANCTIONED SHOW P.O. BOX 5667 BLOOMINGTON, IL 61702
      MEMBERSHIP DUES:
      Adult: $20.00 per year OR $50.00 for 3 years
      Youth: $12.00 per year or $30.00 for 3 years
      Combination Husband/Wife: $30.00 per year or $75.00 for 3 years
      Single Adult Family: $20.00 plus $5.00 per youth per year or $50.00 plus $10.00 per youth for three years
      Husband/WifeFamily:$30.00 plus $5.00 per youth per year or $75.00 plus $10.00 per youth for three years

      Section 1: American                         Section 19:   Flemish Giant                 Section 37: Netherland Dwarf
      Section 2: American Chincilla               Section 20:   Florida White                 Section 38: New Zealand
      Section 3: American Fuzzy Lop               Section 21:   French Angora                 Section 39: Palomino
      Section 4: American Sable                   Section 22:   French Lop                    Section 40: Polish
      Section 5: Belgian Hare                     Section 23:   German Angora                 Section 41: Rex
      Section 6: Beveren                          Section 24:   Giant Angora                  Section 42: Rhinelander
      Section 7: Blanc de Hotot                   Section 25:   Giant Chincilla               Section 43: Satin Angora.
      Section 8: Britannia Petite                 Section 26:   Harlequin                     Section 44: Satin
      Section 9: Californian                      Section 27:   Havana                        Section 45: Silver Fox
      Section 10: Champagne d’Argent              Section 28:   Himalayan                     Section 46: Silver Marten
      Section 11: Checkered Giant                 Section 29:   Holland Lop                   Section 47: Silver
      Section 12: Cinnamon                        Section 30:   Hotot                         Section 48: Standard Chinchilla
      Section 13: Creme d’Argent                  Section 31:   Jersey Wooly                  Section 49: Tan
      Section 14: Dutch                           Section 32:   Lilac                         Section 50: Thrianta
      Section 15: Dwarf Hotot                     Section 33:   Lionhead                      Section 51: Velveteen Lop
      Section 16: English Angora                  Section 34:   Mini Lop                      Section 52: Woolies
      Section 17: English Lop                     Section 35:   Mini Rex
      Section 18: English Spot                    Section 36:   Mini Satin
                                              PREMIUMS
                       1st - $7 ★ 2nd - $5 ★ 3rd - $3 ★ 4th - $2 ★ 5th - $1
                               Best in Show $20 ★ Reserve in Show $15
Class A:        Senior Buck, over 6 months                                Class G:    Breed Fur
Class B:        Senior Doe, over 6 months                                 Class H:    Commercial Normal Fur Colored
Class C:        Intermediate Buck, 6-8 months                             Class I:    Commercial Normal Fur White
Class D:        Intermediate Doe, 6-9 months                              Class J:    Meat Pen
Class E:        Junior Buck, under 6 months                               Class K:    Doe & Litter
Class F:        Junior Doe, under 6 months
2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                                                       Page 46
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2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                               Page 47
                                                  sheep                                Dept.
                                                                                        280
                      Director: Carolyn evinsky, Chairman
                          Ken Kubala, richard Turner
                                     RULES
            Judging Wednesday, Wednesday, July 1, 2009 • 3:00 p.m.
 1.    Entries open to all counties.
 2.    Entries close per general rule B-9.
 3.    Entries limited to available space.
 4.    Entry fee is 10% of first place premium. Money must accompany entry.
 5.    Exhibitors must purchase either an exhibitors pass or membership.
 6.    Entries are limited to 2 in each single class and one in each group class.
 7.    Animals must be on grounds by 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June, 30, 2009.
 8.    No bedding or feed will be furnished by the Senior Fair Board.
 9.    All feed must be delivered through Gate D before 10:00 a.m. and after 11:00 p.m.
 10.   All necessary health and registration papers must accompany animals and be shown upon request.
       Must own animals 30 days prior to Fair with registration papers.
 11.   Exhibitors are responsible for keeping their area clean.
                                       PREMIUMS
             1st - $12 ★ 2nd - $10 ★ 3rd - $8 ★ 4th - $6 ★ 5th - $4 ★ 6th - $2
        Section 1: Cheviot                             Section 10: Oxford
        Section 2: Columbia                            Section 11: Shropshire
        Section 3: Corriedale                          Section 12: Southdown
        Section 4: Dorset                              Section 13: Suffolk
        Section 5: Hampshire                           Section 14: Tarhgee
        Section 6: Long Wooled White                   Section 15: Tunis
        Section 7: Merino (White)                      Section 16: Angora (WOOL CLASS ONLY)
        Section 8: Montadale                           Section 17: LLAMA (WOOL CLASS ONLY)
        Section 9: Natural Colored Sheep               Section 18: Aplacas (WOOL CLASS ONLY)

                                       PREMIUMS
             1st - $12 ★ 2nd - $10 ★ 3rd - $8 ★ 4th - $6 ★ 5th - $4 ★ 6th - $2
 Class A: Yearling Ram, 1 year & under 2
 Class B: Ram Lamp, under 1 year
 Class C: Pair of Ram Lambs
                                          CHAMPION RAM ROSETTE
 Class D: Yearling Ewe, 1 year & under 2
 Class E: Pair Yearling Ewes
 Class F: Ewe Lamb under 1 year
 Class G: Pair of Ewe Lambs
                                           CHAMPION EWE ROSETTE
 Class H: Pen of Four Lambs, 2 ewes, 2 rams
 Class I: Breeders Young Flock - Lambs (1 ram and 2 ewes)
 Class J: Exhibitors Flock (1 ram, 2 yearling ewes, 2 lamb ewes)
 Class K: Get-of-Sire - Four breeding animals (Get-of-Sire need not be owned by exhibitor)
                                                     PREMIUMS
                                        1st - $5 ★ 2nd - $3 ★ 3rd - $2
        Class L • WOOL
                                  BEST OF SHOW WOOL ROSETTE & $10
          Wool will be displayed in the Educational Building Release time is 9:00 p.m. the last day of Fair.
                                                   PREMIUMS
              1st - $15 ★ 2nd - $13 ★ 3rd - $12 ★ 4th - $11 ★ 5th - $10 ★ 6th - $9
        Class M: Open Class Market Lambs
        RULES:     1. Lambs must weigh over 80 pounds.
                   2. Entry fee is 10% of first place premium.
                   3. Entries are limited to 2 per Exhibitor.
2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                                      Page 48
                            2009
           Parade of
           Colors
 Tuesday, June 30, 2009 • 7:30 pm
     4-H Saddle Horse Area • The Parade of Colors
      is open to all Junior Fair Clubs & Members
                   Jan soloman, Chairwoman
                  Tom sawyer, richard Turner
  Grand March will start at Gate D,
  turn left at Dairy Bar, then left on Front St.
  Floats and parade marching units, wagons, etc.
  will be judged by the Elk Club during the parade.
  Judges will be located on stage across from Dairy Barns.

  Categories:
  1). Best Appearing Club Marching Unit
  2). Best Appearing Float

  Costume Class will be in the Horse Ring following the Parade


  Categories:
  1). Best Appearing Individual Award
  2). Best Appearing Pony and Rider
  3). Best Appearing Horse and Rider
  4). Ken Rhine Award: Best representation of the theme
      of the Parade of Colors.
      (Patriotism, love of country, and the American Flag).

  Note: Winners only win one of the categories
  and a normal size American Flag must be in the
  ring during the performance. Club participants
  may consist of members, advisors, parents,
  siblings, and grandparents.


2009 Trumbull County Fair                                        Page 49
                      Miss
  Trumbull
 CountyFair
   2009 Beauty Pageant


                                                               1st Place
                                                                $1,000
                                                      Savings Bond
                                                               SPONSORED BY
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                                              Custom Counter Top of Cortland


                            All Trumbull County resident girls between the ages of 15
                            and 18 by Sunday, June 28, 2009 are eligible to enter the
                                    Miss Trumbull County Fair-2009 Pageant.
                                     Judging will be on Monday, June 29, 2009
                                      at 7:00 pm on the Bicentennial Stage at
                                         the Trumbull County Fairgrounds,

                                 ACCEPTING FIRST 15 ENTRIES WITH AN
                                ENTRy DEADLINE OF FRIDAy, JUNE 5, 2009

                            Registration forms will be available at the fair office or on
                             our website Please call the Fair Office at 330-637-6010
                                             for more information.


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                                       $100 Gift Certificate
                                            2ND RUNNER UP
                                        $50 Gift Certificate

                                         Chairperson: President Rich Roscoe
                               Pageant Coordinators: Nerissa Roscoe & Carolyn Evinsky

                   One free daily pass for each participant
2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                           Page 50
             rules & reGulATions
             TRUMBULL COUNTy AGRICULTURAL SOCIETy
                                        – Constitution –
Article i - Title
section 1: The Society shall be known as the Trumbull County Agricultural Society.

Article ii - obJeCT
section 1: The object of this Society shall be to promote and encourage agriculture, industry, sci-
               ence, art and other interests of Trumbull County which the Board deems proper and in
               the best interest of the community.

Article iii - membership
section 1: Any resident (of voting age) of Trumbull County may become a member of this Society by
               paying annually the membership fee fixed by the Board of Directors.
section 2:    No person shall pay for or secure more than one such membership, and that membership
              shall be for himself. No memberships shall be issued to corporations, organizations,
              partnerships, or firms.

Article iV - boArD oF DireCTors
section 1: The management shall consist of a Board of 15 members, who shall be elected for a term
              of three years and the terms so arranged that the terms of one-third of the members
              shall expire annually.
section 2: Any vacancy caused by death, resignation, removal from office, or other causes, may be
              filled by the Board until the next annual election, when a director shall be elected for the
              unexpired term.
section 3: All Board of Director’s must purchase their membership by the current year’s January
              regular monthly meeting.

Article V - eleCTion
section 1: The annual election of the Board of Directors must be marked with an “X” opposite the
              name of each candidate from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
section 2: The said election shall be from ballot. Ballots must be marked with an “X” opposite the
              name of each candidate voted for; otherwise, the name will not be counted.
section 3: Only persons holding membership certificates at the close of the annual Fair may vote.
section 4: Members of the Society must declare their candidacy for the office of Director of the
              Society by filing with the Secretary of the Society, a petition signed by ten or more mem-
              bers of the Society who are residents of the County in which the Society is organized, at
              least ten (10) days before the annual election of Directors, and must be in the Secretary’s
              office by 4 p.m. Only regularly nominated candidates who have met the filing requirements
              will be eligible for election as a Director.

section 5:    The term of office of the retiring Directors shall expire, and that of the Directors-Elect
              shall begin, 14 days after the Annual Meeting and Election of the Society each year, or until
              their successors are elected and qualified.
section 6:    All Society Members will be notified of any proposed Constitutional Amendments, pro-
              vided a list of candidates running for Director, and given the exact date and time polls
              will open and close, prior to the annual meeting.

Article Vi - AnnuAl meeTinG oF THe membersHiP
section 1: The Annual Meeting of the members of the Society shall be
              held in the Fair Board Office on the third Saturday of
              September at 11:00 a.m.
section 2: At this meeting, the officers and directors of the Society shall make reports to the mem-
              bership of the Society concerning the past Fair and make recommendations for the bet-
              terment of future Fairs. The members shall be given opportunities to make suggestions
              and recommendations for the improvement of the Society and its Fair. Such other busi-
              ness may be presented as may be prescribed by this Constitution or as may be deemed
              proper by the Board of Directors.




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Article Vii - orGAniZATion AnD meeTinGs
section 1: The Board of Directors shall meet annually 14 days after the annual meeting and elec-
               tion each year, and elect a President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary and
               Treasurer. The President, Vice Presidents, and the Treasurer shall serve
               one year, and the Secretary not more than three years as the Board may determine, and
               until their successors are elected and qualified.
section 2: The President and Vice Presidents shall be Directors. The Secretary and the Treasurer may
               or may not be Directors.
section 3: Before election of officers, the newly elected Directors shall qualify by taking the following
               oath (for affirmation) before a competent authority (designated by law).

Article Viii - AmenDmenTs
section 1: Amendments to the Constitution or By-Laws may be proposed by:
    A.         A majority of the Board of Directors at a scheduled
               meeting voting in favor of placing an amendment on the ballot.
    b.         Filing a petition with the Secretary of the Society at least 14 days prior to the Annual
               Meeting of the membership of the Society. Said petition must set forth the proposed
               amendment and be signed by not less than 25 members with addresses.
section 2: If an amendment is proposed, it shall be submitted to the membership of the Society at
               the annual meeting of the membership of the Society.
section 3: When more than one amendment shall be submitted at the time, they shall be so submit-
               ted as to enable the members to vote on each amendment separately.

section 4:    If the majority of the membership voting on the proposed amendment shall adopt such
              amendment, it shall become a part of the Constitution or By-Laws.

Article IX - Compensation
section 1: The compensation of Board members shall be fixed by the Board in accordance with the
              Rules of the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

ARTIClE X - boNDS
section 1: The Secretary shall post a surety bond in the amount of $3,000 payable to the Society,
            conditioned upon the faithful performance of the duties of his office.
section 2: The Treasurer shall post a surety bond in the amount of $5,000 payable to the Society,
            conditioned upon the faithful performance of the duties of his office.
ARTIClE XI - fAIR DATES
section 1: The Board of Directors shall fix the dates for the Annual Exposition of the Society, subject
            to the approval of the Ohio Director of Agriculture.

– by laws –

ArTiCle i - quorum
section 1: A majority of the members of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum for the
             transaction of business of the Society.

Article ii - meeTinGs
section 1: The regular meeting of the Board of Directors shall be the third Thursday of each month
               at 7:00 p.m. at the Fair Grounds Office.
section 2: Special meetings may be held when necessary at the call of the President, or at the call of
               the Secretary upon the written request of the Secretary by not less than 4 members of
               the Board of Directors.
section 3: Written notice of special meetings of the Board of Directors shall be delivered person-
               ally to each Director or sent to each Director by mail, telegram, cablegram, radiogram, or
               telephone at least two days before the meeting. Such notice, however, may be waived by
               any Director either before or after the meeting. The notice need not specify the purposes
               of the meeting.
section 4: Attendance will not be counted unless a Director is present for the entire meeting. If a
               Board member misses three (3) consecutive meetings, they are automatically terminated
               from the Board. The formal termination notice shall be forwarded to said Board member
               by the Executive Secretary.
section 5: Any item discussed at a regular or special meeting must be on the agenda. All items to be
               put on the agenda must be turned into the fair board office 8 days prior to the meeting.

Article iii - orDer oF business
section 1: 1.        Roll Call

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               2.      Reading & Approval or Adoption of Minutes
               3.      Bills & Accounts
               4.      Reports of Committees
               5.      Reports of Officers
               6.      Unfinished Business
               7.      New Business
               8.      Appointments
               9.      Adjournment
section 2:     The order of business may be temporarily suspended at any meeting upon a majority
               vote of a quorum present.

Article iV - DuTies oF oFFiCers
section 1: It shall be the duty of the President to preside at all meetings of the Board, to appoint
              committees, countersign all orders for the disbursement of funds, and to perform such
              other duties as are determined by the Board.
section 2: The President and Vice Presidents shall be Directors.
              The Secretary and the Treasurer may, or may not, be Directors.
section 3: It shall be the duty of the Secretary to:
          1. Keep a list of all members of the Society;
          2. Keep accurately a record of all proceedings of the Society and the Board;
          3. Notify all members of the Board of the time and place of all special meetings;
          4. Give the members of the Society notice of the time and
              place of the Annual Election of the Board of Directors and the Annual Meeting of the
              Membership;
          5. Keep strict account of all monies that may come into his
              hands and pay the same over to the Treasurer and take his receipts therefore;
          6. Keep a correct itemized account of all receipts and expenditures of money;
          7. Make out the Annual Report to the Ohio Department of Agriculture;
          8. Perform such other duties as are determined by the Board.
section 4: It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to:
          1. Receive all monies, and give a receipt for same, as to amounts and sources from which it came;
          2. Keep an accurate account of all receipts and disbursements;
          3. Pay such orders as may be countersigned by the President and the Secretary;
          4. Perform other duties as are determined by the Board.

Article V - rules
The Board of Directors may enact such Rules and Regulations for conducting the business of the
Society which do not conflict with the Constitution or By-Laws, Regulations of the Ohio Department
of Agriculture, or laws of the State of Ohio.




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                         GENERAL RULES
  A. MEMBERSHIPS
        1. Memberships to the Society can be purchased for a fee of $20.00. Purchasers must
            be of legal voting age and must be a resident of Trumbull County.
        2. Memberships entitle the member entrance to the grounds and free grandstand and
            voting privileges at the Annual Meeting and Election.
        3. Memberships are on sale daily at the Secretary’s Office, during the Fair. The hours will
            be 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. No memberships will be sold after 9:00 p.m. on the last day
            of the fair.
  B. ENTRIES
        1. All entries must be made in the name of the bona fide owner or owners. In the Animal
            Get or Sire and/or the Produce of Dam, ownership shall not be required. All articles
            must have been made, grown, or produced since the last Fair, otherwise premiums will
            be withheld.
        2. If it is ascertained that any exhibitor has made or caused to be made, any false state-
            ment in regard to any entry, or interfered with any of the judges, he shall be excluded
            from all competitions and forfeit all premiums awarded.
        3. Any person making an entry in a department, with the exception of the Educational
            and Speed Horse Departments, will be required to pay an entry fee equal to ten
            percent (10%) of the first place money, for each entry. A minimum entry fee, per
            department is 50 cents. All exhibitors are required to purchase an exhibitors pass, or
            a membership. This same formula applies to Junior Fair entries in open classes.
        4. Open-class Exhibitors, even as a business or a firm, are entitled to only one exhibitor’s
            ticket. A Weekly Fair Pass can be purchased in unlimited quantity.
        5. Exhibitor’s passes are $12.00. Weekly Fair passes are $18.00. These passes entitle
            the owner entrance to the grounds and the free grandstand. They do not constitute
            membership in the Society and have no voting privileges.
        6. All animals and articles must be in place by 4:00 p.m. the first day of the Fair, at
            which time the Exhibition will be considered formally opened. All animals must be on
            the grounds for display until 8:00 p.m. the last day of the Fair. All other exhibits and
            machinery must remain until after 10:00 p.m. the last day of the Fair. Any exceptions
            of these rules must be made by the Director in charge of that department, or a for-
            feiture of premium will be the result.
        7. All protests from exhibitors will be deferred until the first meeting after the Fair, and
            must be made according to State rules.
        8. Awarding committees may award premiums as the exhibit animal may be deemed
            worthy, or none if unworthy. The member in charge may require proof of ownership
            on any doubtful or disputed point.
        9. All entries in all departments will close on June 13, 2009, at 4:00 p.m. at the fair office,
            or all entries be postmarked on or before June 13, 2009
        10. No bedding or feed will be furnished for livestock of any kind, by the Fair Board.
        11. The Society reserves the right to pay the premium which may be awarded for exhibi-
            tion, pro rata, provided there are not sufficient funds after paying current expenses in
            the treasury to pay in full.
        12. All premiums will be paid within 30 days of the last day of the Fair.
        13. A violation of any of the foregoing rules prefacing any of the classes, or stated herein,
            on the part of the exhibitor will make premiums void.
        14. All animals are to enter at Gate D.
        15. Trumbull County Agricultural Society will provide adequate security during the Fair,
            but will not be responsible for articles lost or stolen.
  C. DIRECTORS
        1. The Board shall hold regular daily sessions during the Fair, at the Secretary’s Office,
            when all matters pertaining will be heard.
        2. A majority of the members of the Board, with the President or Vice President, shall
            constitute a quorum to transact business.
        3. It shall be the duty of the Executive Committee to exercise a general supervision of
            affairs of the Society, during the recess of the Society. They shall have authority to act
            on all matters of interest to the Society, if not in session.
        4. Superintendents in charge of the various departments and classes shall be named by
            the President.
         5. No action, decision, or ruling of an officer shall be considered binding on the Board,
            except if it is in accordance with all the Rules governing the Board and the Exhibition,
            or a duly constituted committee empowered by the Board.
        6. The Superintendent of Grounds shall take charge and have full control of the grounds
            and rent of same, subject to instructions of the Board, or Executive Committee, paying
            all monies received by him/her to the Secretary, taking his/her receipt for same.
        7. It is the duty of the Superintendents of the several departments to post themselves
            on the Rules and be able to instruct their awarding committees correctly, see that
            awards are made and entered as first and second premiums in their proper column
            in the Judge’s book.
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 D. MISCELLANEOUS
        1. No person will be allowed to engage in any business, traffic or exhibition on the
            grounds without a permit from the Secretary or President.
        2. Persons renting privileges of any kind on the Fair Grounds will be required to pay in
            advance to receive notice of location. Any such privilege cannot be sublet without permis-
            sion of the Superintendent of Grounds or the Secretary. The selling of a concession does
            not constitute the selling of the right to a location on the Trumbull County Fair Grounds.
        3. Disorderly conduct of any kind is forbidden. Those indulging therein will forfeit their right
            to remain on the grounds and will be promptly ejected. Any person being banished from
            activities (examples: demo derby, truck and tractor pulls, horse pulls, etc.) will be done at a
            regular meeting by the Board of Directors for a period of up to five (5) years, if the Board
            so motions and this procedure may continue until the Board feels the banishment has been
            long enough to fit the conduct.
         4. The Trumbull County Agricultural Society shall not sell, or permit for sale for one (1) week
            prior to, or three (3) days after our Fair, any spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors.
        5. Every precaution will be taken to prevent accidents to persons, animals, and vehicles, but the
            Society will not be responsible for any accidents that may occur.
        6. The Trumbull County Fair Board will not be held responsible for any type of entertainment
            canceled due to circumstances beyond our control.
        7. No fire arms to be allowed on the fairgrounds property at any time with the exception
            of state certified commissioned peace officers and non-uniform police officers. All non-
            uniform police officers carrying a concealed weapon must verify proof of certification with
            the fair office or sheriff’s office before entering the fairgrounds.
        8. Positively no swimming pools allowed on fairgrounds except for duck ponds and
            vendor displays.
 E. JUDGES – INSTRUCTIONS & SUGGESTIONS
        1. You are respectfully requested to report each day and prove your attendance, not later
            than 9:00 a.m., at the Secretary’s Office.
        2. You may recommend, but not award, premiums on articles not enumerated in the
            premium list.
        3. Pay no attention to articles or animals that have information and/or advertising attached.
        4. Permit no person to interfere with your examination or deliberations.
        5. Awards in the livestock department are to be made by the one judge system where possible,
            and no judges can be employed two years in succession, unless sanctioned by the Board. Other
            departments to be left to the discretion of the Superintendent in charge.
 F. JUDGING AND PROTESTS
        1. All exhibitors, parents, and representatives are expected to show respect and courtesy to
            judges. Violations may result in disqualifying the exhibitor. Qualified judges will judge all exhibits.
            Decision of the judge is final.
        2. Tampering in any form will not be tolerated.
        3. Any participant and/or representative attempting to interfere with judges before, during or
            after their event will cause the participant to be disqualified from participation. In the event
            of a discourteous or unethical act to a judge or official of the Fair, recourse may be barring an
            exhibitor, participant or their representative and will forfeit all entry fees and any prize money,
            trophies, awards, that may have been awarded to them and return of sale money to the buyer.
        4. All protests must be filed by the Exhibitor in writing.
        5. If anyone contests any classification or regulation, the issue must be presented before the
            Director in charge and/or Junior Fair Coordinator for consideration BEFORE the show
            begins.
        6. PROTESTS:
        a. All protests must be in writing, accompanied by an affidavit setting forth the grounds for
            protesting. Protests against an exhibitor of either an animal or article must be filed with the
            Secretary of the Senior Fair Board on the day of the contest.
        b. A $100 protest fee must be paid to the Trumbull County Agricultural Society at the time
            the protest is made in writing. The Society will retain the $100 fee if the protest is not
            sustained. The board shall hear protests with the Director of the department involved and
            if necessary other people will be involved as designated by the Board. All protests will be
            considered at a time set by the Board of the Trumbull County Agricultural Society and all
            parties will be notified.
        7. Disciplinary Actions for Violations of Rules
        a. Any person who violates a provision of the Fair Rules or the rules of the State of Ohio
            Livestock Exhibition Rules may be subject to any of the following disciplinary actions:
            Disqualification from any exhibition; Disqualification of the exhibition livestock from any
            exhibition; Continuing education; Written letter of reprimand; Forfeiture or return of
            awards, prizes, premiums, or proceeds; Pre and/or Post-exhibition drug testing (shall be
            paid by party filing the complaint); BANISHMENT and or Other Disciplinary Actions as
            determined by the Senior Fair Board.
        b. Disqualification may include any or all shows and classes and may be for any number of years.
        c. All violations of the rules are serious and the severity of the violation will determine the
            level of the disciplinary action. The Senior Fair Board has the final determination on the
            severity of the violation and the severity of the disciplinary action.


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        2009 Livestock Health Exhibition Rules
 ALL REQUIRED ANIMALS COMING TO THE
 TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR MUST BE VACCINATED FOR RABIES
 BY A LICENSED VETERINARIAN.

 901:1-18-01 • CHAPTER’S APPLICATION
 (A)    Animals listed in this chapter when moved or imported into Ohio for exhibition
        purposes only shall comply with the requirements of this chapter and when in
        compliance with the provisions of this chapter shall, with the exception of rules
        governing movement and importation of quarantined animals, be exempt from any
        other rules governing movement within or importation into Ohio.
 (B)    Animals moved within or imported into Ohio for any purpose in addition to exhi-
        bition shall meet all movement and import requirements of Chapter 901:1-17 of
        the Administrative Code.

 901:1-18-02 • DEFINITION
 As used in this chapter:
 (A)     “Exhibition” means any public show of animals which is sponsored by or under
         the control of an Ohio county or independent agricultural society organized under
         Chapter 1711 of the Revised Code; or the Ohio State Fair; or which is assembled for
         a period which exceeds 36 hours or contains animals of origins other than Ohio.
 (B)     “Certificate of veterinary inspection” means a form from the state of origin which
         has been issued and completed by a licensed and accredited veterinarian attesting
         to the health status and identification of an animal listed thereon.
 (C)     “Approved veterinarian” means any licensed and accredited veterinarian approved
         by the Ohio Department of Agriculture, or an employee of the Ohio Department
         of Agriculture or the United States Department of Agriculture, animal plant health
         inspection service, veterinary services.
 (D)     “Licensed and accredited veterinarian” means a person who is licensed by the
         state of Ohio to practice veterinary medicine and who is certified by the United
         States Department of Agriculture, animal plant health inspection service, veteri-
         nary services, to be an accredited veterinarian.
 (E)     “Residue” means any poisonous or deleterious pesticide governed by 40 C.F.R.
         180, any poisonous or deleterious substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 109.6, or any
         other substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 556.
 (F)     “Contagious or infectious disease” means any disease, including any foreign animal
         disease, or vector, capable of transmission by any means from a carrier animal to
         a human or to another animal and includes dangerously contagious or infectious
         diseases.
 (G)     “Tuberculosis accredited free herd” is one that has passed at least two consecu-
         tive annual negative official tests for tuberculosis in accordance with the “Uniform
         Methods and Rules - Bovine Tuberculosis Eradication”, and has no other evidence
         of bovine tuberculosis.

 901:1-18-03 EXHIBITIONS: SANITATION, INSPECTION & RECORDS
 (A)    Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall have in attendance an approved veteri-
        narian for the duration of the exhibit.
 (B)    Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall:
        (1) Immediately prior to an exhibition and under the direction of the approved
            veterinarian, thoroughly clean and disinfect each building, pen,
            stall, ring or other enclosure in which animals are to be quartered for exhibition;




                                     SENIOR FAIRBOARD RULE
                   All 2009 Junior Fair Livestock "Champions and Grand Reserves"
                   in the following species Beef, Dairy Beef, Goats, Hogs, and lamb
             will go DIRECTLY to "Mahan Packing" for slaughter on the last day of fair.

                Complete O.D.A. 2009 Season Livestock Tampering
                   Exhibition Rules available at the Fair Office
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         (2) Have the approved veterinarian:
              (a)    Examine the certificate of veterinary inspection when required for an
              animal brought to the exhibition;
              (b)    Inspect within a reasonable time of arrival each animal brought to the
                     exhibit for symptoms of any infectious or contagious diseases;
              (c)    Daily inspect each animal present at the exhibition for symptoms of
                     infectious or contagious disease.
         (3) Maintain a record for one year from the date of the exhibition of each animal
              present at the exhibit. The record shall contain the name and address of the
              owner of each animal and the species and breed of the animal.
         (4) May order the immediate removal of any animal which in the opinion of the
              approved veterinarian places other animals at unacceptable risk of disease.
(C)      An exemption from the requirements of paragraph (B)(1) of this rule may be request-
         ed from the department and will be granted when, in the judgment of the department,
         cleaning and disinfection will serve no purpose. By way of example only, cleaning and
         disinfection will generally serve no purpose in a newly constructed building that has
         never been occupied.

901:1-18-04 • EXHIBITORS
(A)    No person shall present for exhibition or exhibit an animal which he knows or has
       reason to suspect is affected with or has been exposed to a dangerously contagious or
       infectious disease or residue.
(B)    The owner or bailee of an animal with symptoms of an infectious or contagious dis-
       ease shall, when directed by an exhibition official, the approved veterinarian, or an
       employee of the Ohio Department of Agriculture, immediately remove the animal from
       the exhibition premises.
(C)    Upon request, each person who presents for exhibition or exhibits an animal, shall
       make available any certificate of veterinary inspection, registration certificates, vaccina-
       tion certificate, and other documents to exhibition officials, the approved veterinarian
       or an employee of the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
(D)    Each person who presents for exhibition or exhibits an animal for which a certificate
       of veterinarian inspection is required by rules 901:1-18-01 to 901:1-18-11 of the
       Administrative Code shall forward a copy of the certificate of veterinary inspection to
       the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Division of Animal Industry.

901:1-18-05 • POULTRY AND FOWL
(A)    All turkeys, chickens and gamebirds moved within or imported into Ohio for
       exhibition must:
       (1) Originate directly from a flock or hatchery which is a participant in the national
       poultry improvement plan for the eradication of disease and be accompanied
       by documentary evidence that they meet the requirements of this paragraph; or
       (2) Originate directly from a flock which has had a negative test for pullorum/fowl
       typhoid disease within twelve months preceding the opening date of exhibition and be accom-
       panied by documentary evidence that they meet the requirement of this paragraph; or
       (3) Have had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease, within ninety days,
       preceding the opening date of the exhibition and be accompanied by documentary
       evidence that they meet the requirement of this paragraph: or
       (4) Be tested for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease upon arrival at the exhibition by a
       tester approved by the Ohio department of agriculture and found negative.
(B)    The rapid whole blood test shall not be used to test turkeys for compliance with the
       requirements of paragraph (A)(2), (A)(3) and (A)(4) of this rule.
(C)    Waterfowl, doves and pigeons are exempt from this rule.

901:1-18-06 • CATTLE
(A)    Cattle moved within Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) The animals presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of
       an infectious or contagious disease.
(B)    All cattle imported into Ohio for exhibition must:
       (1) be accompanied by a certificate of veterinarian inspection issued within
            30 days preceding the exhibition opening date;
       (2) Originate from a tuberculosis-accredited free herd, an accredited free state
       or zone, or a modified accredited advanced state or zone;
       (3) If originate from a modified accredited state or zone must comply with Rule

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            901:1-17-03 of the Administrative Code;
       (4) If originate from an accreditation preparatory or a non-accredited state or
            zone are prohibited from exhibition;
       (5) If from a brucellosis class A state or area/zone must be negative to an official
            brucellosis test within thirty days of the opening date of the exhibition
            unless: they are under 6 months of age, steers, or official vaccinates under
            twenty months of age (dairy) or twenty-four months of age (beef); and
       (6) If from a brucellosis class B or C state or area/zone must meet all
            requirements for pre-entry testing as specified in 9 C.F.R. 78.9 and obtain an
            Ohio permit prior to movement.
(C)    Cattle from a brucellosis certified free herd or class free state or area/zone are not
       required to be brucellosis tested.
901:1-18-07 • GOATS
(A)    Goats moved within Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of
       an infectious or contagious disease.
       (2) All sexually intact animals and any wether eighteen months of age and older must
       be identified with an official identification as defined in rule 901:1-13-04 of the Ohio
       Administrative Code.
(B)    Goats imported into Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinarian inspection issued within
            30 days preceding the exhibition opening date;
       (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of
            an infectious or contagious disease; and
       (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the following statement
            written on the certificate of veterinary inspection “the goats in this shipment
            are not known to be under any movement restrictions because of scrapie.”
       (4) Originate from a tuberculosis accredited free herd as defined in rule
            901-18-02(G) of the Administrative Code for bovine tuberculosis eradication; or
       (5) Originate from a bovine accredited free state or zone, or a bovine
            modified accredited advanced state or zone; or
       (6) Originate from a bovine modified accredited state or zone must comply with
            rule 901:1-17-06 of the Administrative Code.
(C)    If originated from a bovine accreditation preparatory or a bovine non-accredited state
       or zone are prohibited from exhibition.

901:1-18-08 • HORSES, MULES & PONIES
(A)    Horses, mules and ponies moved within Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) If not under quarantine and if they are free of any signs of a contagious or
           infectious disease; and
       (2) If the animal is 12 months of age or older, the exhibition manager may require
           that the animal has been tested and classed negative to an official test for
           equine infectious anemia within 12 months of the opening date of the exhibition.
(B)    Horses, mules and ponies imported into Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) Shall be accompanied by an officials certificate of veterinarian inspection
           issued within 30 days of the opening date of the exhibition or obtain a permit
           for extended time granted by the chief of the division of animal industry as
           authorized in paragraph (C) of rule 901:1-17-01 of the Administrative Code; and
       (2) If the animal is 12 months of age or older, it shall be accompanied by
           evidence the animal was negative to an official test for equine infectious anemia
           within 12 months of the opening date of the exhibition; and
       (3) Upon request by an authorized representative of the Ohio Department of
           Agriculture, the person responsible for each animal must make available a
           chronological list of dates, places and events attended by this animal within
           30 days prior to entry into Ohio.

901:1-18-09 • SHEEP
(A)    Sheep moved within Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of
       an infectious or contagious disease.
       (2) All sexually intact animals and any wether eighteen months of age and older must
       be identified with an official identification as defined in rule 901:1-13-04 of the Ohio
       Administrative Code.

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(B)    Sheep imported into Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinarian inspection issued within
            30 days preceding the exhibition opening date;
       (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of
       an infectious or contagious disease; and
       (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the following statement written
            on the certificate of veterinary inspection “the sheep in this shipment are not
            known to be under any movement restrictions because of scrapie.”
901:1-18-10 • SWINE
(A)    Swine moved within Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) At a terminal show must:
            (a) Show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease;
            (b) Originate from a county which sixty days prior to the exhibition opening
                 date had no pseudorabies quarantined herds; and
            (c) Have no breeding swine present and all swine removed are delivered for
                 immediate slaughter or to a licensed livestock facility.
            (d) Not withstanding any other provisions of these rules, the manager or
                 sponsor of the exhibition may, prior to permitting the exhibition of any
                 porcine animal at a terminal show require proof, for example a VS
                 from 4-33, animal disease diagnostic laboratory submission form, or a
                 certificate of veterinary inspection, the animal has been tested and classed
                 “negative” to an official test for pseudorabies within forty-five days
                 immediately preceding the openinging date of the exhibition.
       (2) At all other shows, must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary
            inspection issued within forty-five days preceding the exhibition opening date;
            and Must be negative to an official pseudorabies test within forty-five days of
            the exhibition opening date unless:
            (a) The originated immediately and directly from a pseudorabies qualified
                herd; and
            (b) Are suckling pigs accompanying a negative dam; or
            (c) The originate from a pseudorabies vaccinated herd and meet the
                following conditions:
                (i) The herd has had a negative monitored test within twelve months, and
                (ii) The swine presented for show are negative to a pseudorabies
                differential test; or
       (3) Will be exempt from the requirement of a certificate of veterinary inspection if
            they originate immediately and directly from a stage V area and show no symptoms or
            evidence of an infectious or contagious disease.
       (4) Are exempted by a written permit issued by the department.
(B)    Swine imported into Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty
            days preceding the exhibition opening date; and
       (2) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty days of the exhibition
            opening date, unless:
           (a) They originate immediately and directly from a stage V area or from an area or
            country recognized by USDA, animal plant health inspection service, veterinary services
            as pseudorabies free; or
           (b) They originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies qualified
            herd and have not been previously exhibited this show season; or
           (c) Are exempted by a written permit issued by the department.
(C)    Swine moved within or imported into Ohio for racing shall:
       (1) Be separated at all times from any other swine on the exhibition grounds by the
            greatest distance reasonably possible; and
       (2) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days
            preceding the opening date of the exhibition; and
       (3) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty days of the exhibition
            opening date, unless:
            (a) They originate immediately and directly from a state V area or from an area
            or country recognized by United States department of agriculture, animal
            plant health inspection service, veterinary services as pseudorabies free; or
            (b) They originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies qualified herd and have
            previously exhibited this show season;
            (c) Are exempt by written permit issued by the department.
       (4) Be exempt from the immediate slaughter requirement of paragraph (A) (C) of this rule.
901:1-18-11 • LLAMA
(A)    Llama moved within Ohio for exhibition when presented for exhibition must show no
       symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease.
(B)    Llama imported into Ohio for exhibition:
       (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinarian inspection issued within
            thirty days preceding the exhibition opening date.
       (2) When presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of contagious disease.

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  2009 Trumbull County Fairboard Camping rules and regulations
1. CAMPING PERMITTED ONLy IN AUTHORIZED AREAS WITH PRIOR REGISTRATION.

2. All occupants staying overnight in all campers or tents will be required to wear a wristband at all times throughout
   the week of fair. Wristband is to be on before Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 11 pm. To acquire a wristband at the Fair
   Office, you must show one of the following: your advisor pass or your junior fair wristband or purchase a
   membership @ $20, a weekly fair pass @ $18 or an exhibitor pass with competition entry @ $12; and be listed
   on the Camping Registration as allowed to stay. These passes can be purchased at the Fair Office Monday
   through Friday during the month of May and June from 9 am until 5 pm and you must be 18 years or older to
   get a camping permit. You must have your pass with you to pick up your camping permit. One adult must stay
   in camper. The camping area will be policed so we urge you to obey this rule in case you are asked to show one
   of the above requirements. Without a wristband, you will be taken off the fairgrounds.

3. CAMPING PERMITS PROVIDES FOR:
   A. One campsite rented per family. If camper is over 30’ you must buy two sites – head to tail.
   B. 1.) Camping fee will be $125.00 for each 30’ site. (One camper per site) For those campers over 30’ two sites,
      to tail, can be purchased for $175.00 (One, 30’ plus, camper per double site).
      2.) Anyone staying over-night on the Fairgrounds, in an area other than the Campgrounds and Vendor area,
      must register at the office as primitive camping and pay a $75.00 weekly fee. This includes persons staying in
      motorized vehicles, horse/stock trailers, or other mobile units. Anyone found in violation will be removed
      from the Fairgrounds.
   C. Camping permit must be displayed on the door of the camping unit, or on the window to the right of the
      door, and must be visible at all times.
   D. Deadline for renewal is Friday, June 5, 2009 before 4 pm or POSTMARKED June 5, 2009.
   E. Campsite rentals will re-open for new campers or changes on Saturday, June 13, 2009 in the Fairboard Office
      from 9:00 am until 3 pm. You must be present to rent a campsite on June 13, 2009. No one will be permitted
      to rent a campsite for another person.
   F. All camping units will enter by Gate “C “and report to the Fair Office upon arrival to obtain your permit.
   G. No refunds of camping permit after the opening of the fair.

4. CAMPSITES: You must provide your own picnic tables. No borrowing of fairgrounds tables.
   Camper set-up date will be Saturday, June 27, 2009. All camper units shall be placed
   by 10:00 am Tuesday, June 30, 2009.
   A. Only one unit per site (trailer, tent, pop-up, 5th wheel). Units MUST be pulled-in or backed-in, tongue out or
       engine out within lines on site.
   B. Only one vehicle per campsite (car or pickup). Vehicle MUST fit within lines and are not permitted to park on
       the grass or roadways at any time.
   C. At no time will any vehicle or camping unit move in the camping area between the hours of 10 am and
       11 pm after the start of the fair. If an emergency arises that you must move during the stated hours, written
       permission must be obtained from the fair office or Director in charge.
   D. All electrical hook–ups shall be in compliance with the National Electrical Code (NEC). A 110 volt, 30 AMP
       R.V. type receptacles protected by a 20 AMP GFCI circuit breaker is provided. All extension cords shall be “UL”
       approved with a minimum of 12 gauge wire. “Think Green, Conserve Energy”
   E. Trailer to trailer hook–ups will not be permitted and No outside appliance over 4 cu. ft.
   F. There will be no generators run in the camping area when electric hook-ups are provided.
   G. Curfew hours must be observed from midnight to 6 a.m. and will be enforced.
   H. Dumpsite for trailer waste will be provided. Ask at Fair Office for location.
   I. No campfires or open flames will be allowed on the fairgrounds in accordance with 1301.7-7-04 open flame,
       Ohio Fire Code.
   J. No waste will be dumped directly onto the ground – liquid or solid.
   K. No cars, vans, or trucks will be parked on the campground roads. This is in accordance with 1301.7-7-03
       Sec. K, F/311.0, and Fire Lane, Ohio Fire Code.

5. No alcohol beverages or drugs will be permitted on the fair grounds.

6. All animals needing rabies vaccination that are coming to or staying at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds MUST
   have been vaccinated at least 21 days prior to coming onto fairgrounds by a licensed veterinarian and a copy of
   the paper work must be filed with camping registration in Fairboard Office.

7. All animals staying in campground MUST be confined to campground area. They are NOT PERMITTED in the
   Barns, Midway, Grandstand or “oak Grove” areas. All pets shall be on a leash.

8. Release time for all campers on the last day of the fair will be 10 p.m. Any camper left after 7 days of the close of
   the fair will be charged a $50 per week storage fee.

9. ANY VIOLATION OF THESE REGULATIONS and you will be removed from the fairgrounds and lose your campsite
   for the next year.

10. For Emergency Dial 911. The Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office is located under the Grandstand week of fair.

                                                                                                         Revised 3/2009

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         2009 ohio Agricultural Fair schedule
      OHiO StAtE FAiR (COlumbuS) AuguSt • July 30-AuguSt 10
FAIR LOCATION ...................................................DATES          Hamilton County Fair (Carthage) .........................Aug 11-15
THE WEEK OF JUNE 14                                                             Attica Independent Fair (Seneca Co.) .................Aug 12-16
Paulding County Fair (Paulding) ..........................June 16-20            Henry County Fair (Napoleon) ..............................Aug 14-20
Pickaway County Fair (Circleville) ........................June 20-27           Mercer County Fair (Celina) ....................................Aug 14-20
THE WEEK OF JUNE 21                                                             Miami County Fair (Troy) .........................................Aug 14-20
Putnam County Fair (Ottawa) ...............................June 23-28           THE WEEK OF AUGUST 16
THE WEEK OF JUNE 28                                                             Muskingum County Fair (Zanesville) ..................Aug 16-22
Marion County Fair (Marion) .......................... June 29-July 4           Holmes County Fair (Millersburg) ........................Aug 17-22
Trumbull County Fair (Cortland) ................... June 30-July 5              Huron County Fair (Norwalk) .................................Aug 17-22
THE WEEK OF JULy 5                                                              Meigs County Fair (Pomeroy) ................................Aug 17-22
Harrison County Fair (Cadiz) .....................................July 7-11     Jefferson County Fair (Smithfield) ........................Aug 18-23
Clinton County Fair (Wilmington) ........................ July 11-18            Lake County Fair (Painesville) ................................Aug 18-23
Lawrence County Fair (Proctorville) .................... July 11-18             Allen County Fair (Lima) ..........................................Aug 21-29
Madison County Fair (London) .............................. July 11-18          Darke County Fair (Greenville) ..............................Aug 21-29
THE WEEK OF JULy 12                                                             Defiance County Fair (Hicksville) ..........................Aug 22-29
Logan County Fair (Bellefontaine) ....................... July 14-19            THE WEEK OF AUGUST 23
Jackson County Fair (Wellston) ............................. July 17-25         Monroe County Fair (Woodsfield) ........................Aug 24-29
Crawford County Fair (Bucyrus) ............................ July 18-25          Lorain County Fair (Wellington) ............................Aug 24-30
Franklin County Fair (Hilliard) ................................ July 18-25     Portage County Fair (Randolph) ...........................Aug 25-30
THE WEEK OF JULy 19                                                             Sandusky County Fair (Fremont) ..........................Aug 25-30
Adams County Fair (West Union) ......................... July 19-25             THE WEEK OF AUGUST 30
Carroll County Fair (Carrollton) ............................. July 20-26       Noble County Fair (Caldwell) ......................... Aug 31-Sept 5
Ottawa County Fair (Oak Harbor) ......................... July 20-26            Morrow County Fair (Mt. Gilead) .................. Aug 31-Sept 7
Perry County Fair (New Lexington) ...................... July 20-25             Morrow County Fair (Mt. Gilead) .................. Aug 31-Sept 7
Warren County Fair (Lebanon) .............................. July 20-25          Hancock County Fair (Findlay) ...................................Sept 2-7
Clark County Fair (Springfield) .............................. July 24-31       Mahoning County Fair (Canfield) .............................Sept 2-7
Knox County Fair (Mt. Vernon) ....................... July 25-Aug 1             Montgomery County Fair (Dayton) .........................Sept 2-7
THE WEEK OF JULy 26                                                             Richwood Independent Fair (Union Co.) ...............Sept 2-7
Butler County Fair (Hamilton) ......................... July 26-Aug 1           Van Wert County Fair (Van Wert) ..............................Sept 2-9
Clermont County Fair (Owensville) ............... July 26-Aug 1                 Geauga County Fair (Burton) .....................................Sept 3-7
Seneca County Fair (Tiffin) ............................... July 26-Aug 2       Fulton County Fair (Wauseon) .................................Sept 4-10
Shelby County Fair (Sidney) ............................ July 26-Aug 1          Washington County Fair (Marietta) .........................Sept 5-8
Union County Fair (Marysville) ....................... July 26-Aug 2            Highland County Fair (Hillsboro) ............................Sept 5-12
Vinton County Fair (McArthur) ....................... July 26-Aug 1             THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 6
Fayette County Fair (Washington C.H.) ....... July 27-Aug 1                     Morgan County Fair (McConnelsville) ..................Sept 8-12
Lucas County Fair (Maumee) .......................... July 28-Aug 2             Hardin County Fair (Kenton) ....................................Sept 8-13
Summit County Fair (Tallmadge) ................... July 28-Aug 2                Belmont County Fair (St. Clairsville) ......................Sept 8-13
Ohio State Fair (Columbus) .............................. July 29-Aug 9         Albany Independent Fair (Athens Co.) .................Sept 9-13
Pike County Fair (Piketon) ................................ July 31-Aug 8       Wayne County Fair (Wooster) ...............................Sept 12-17
Preble County Fair (Eaton) ...........................................Aug 1-8   Williams County Fair (Montpelier) ......................Sept 12-19
THE WEEK OF AUGUST 2                                                            THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 13
Auglaize County Fair (Wapakoneta) .........................Aug 2-8              Guernsey County Fair (Old Washington) .......... Sept 14-20
Greene County Fair (Xenia) ..........................................Aug 2-8    Hocking County Fair (Logan) ................................Sept 14-19
Medina County Fair (Medina) .....................................Aug 2-9        Wyandot County Fair (Upper Sandusky) .......... Sept 15-20
Columbiana County Fair (Lisbon) ..............................Aug 3-9           Bellville Independent Fair (Richland Co.) ......... Sept 16-19
Gallia County Fair (Gallipolis) ......................................Aug 3-8   Delaware County Fair (Delaware) ........................Sept 19-26
Wood County Fair (Bowling Green) ....................... Aug 4-10               THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 20
Athens County Fair (Athens) .................................... Aug 7-15       Ashland County Fair (Ashland) .............................Sept 20-26
Champaign County Fair (Urbana) .......................... Aug 7-14              Tuscarawas County Fair (Dover) ..........................Sept 21-27
Ross County Fair (Chillicothe) .................................. Aug 8-15      Barlow Independent Fair (Washington Co.) .... Sept 24-27
THE WEEK OF AUGUST 9                                                            THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 27
Hartford Independent Fair (Licking Co.) .............. Aug 9-15                 Brown County Fair (Georgetown) ................. Sept 28-Oct 3
Richland County Fair (Mansfield) ........................... Aug 9-15           Coshocton County Fair (Coshocton) .........................Oct 2-8
Cuyahoga County Fair (Berea) ...............................Aug 10-16           THE WEEK OF OCTOBER
Scioto County Fair (Lucasville) ..............................Aug 10-15         4 Loudonville Independent Fair (Ashland Co.) ....Oct 6-10
Ashtabula County Fair (Jefferson) ........................Aug 11-16             THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 11
Erie County Fair (Sandusky) ....................................Aug 11-16       Fairfield County Fair (Lancaster) ............................ Oct 11-17


2009 Trumbull County Fair                                                                                                                     Page 61
                                                               INDEX
Beef Cattle, Dept 210 ....................................................................................................23-23
Camping Rules & Regulations ......................................................................................... 60
Cattle Dept. Rules ................................................................................................................. 22
Culinary Arts, Dept. 125 ...............................................................................................23-24
Dairy Cattle, Dept 220 ..................................................................................................26-27
Dairy Goats, Dept 230......................................................................................................... 28
Domestic Arts, Dept 120 ...........................................................................................29-30
Draft Horse, Dept 240 ...................................................................................................31-32
Fair Board Committees ......................................................................................................8-9
Fair Board Directors ..............................................................................................................5
Fine Arts, Dept 110 ........................................................................................................36-37
Flower Show, Dept 130 ................................................................................................38-40
General Rules ...................................................................................................................54-55
Hay & Grain, Dept 140 ........................................................................................................ 42
Map ......................................................................................................................................... 16
Miss Trumbull County Fair Pageant ............................................................................... 50
Ohio Agricultural Fair List .................................................................................................. 61
Parade of Colors .................................................................................................................... 49
Photography, Dept 150 ...................................................................................................... 45
Rabbits, Dept. 270 ................................................................................................................ 46
Rate of Admission ...................................................................................................................9
Rules & Regulations .......................................................................................................51-53
Schedule of Events ........................................................................................................34-35
Sheep, Dept 280 ................................................................................................................... 48
Welcome & Trumbull County Commissioners ..............................................................3

                                      INDEX To ADVERTISERS
 Ainsley Oil ..................................................... 12            Peden’s Freezer Meat ................................. 47
 Bates Brothers Amusement Co. ............. 17                                   Pepsi America ............................................... 14
 Bud’s Towing .....................inside front cover                            Pipelines ......................................................... 63
 Cafaro, Senator ............................................ 25                 Rockman & Assoc ........................................ 7
 Charlanne Farms .......................................... 47                   Roscoe Bros. .................................................. 44
 Cope Farm Equipment .............................. 17                           Ryan, Congressman .................................... 44
 Cortland Mower ........................................... 21                   Sandy’s Tire .................................................... 47
 Hall Funeral Home ...................................... 11                     Scarpaci Produce ......................................... 27
 Horodyski Bros. & Co. ................................. 20                      Small Business Management .................. 42
 Institutional Foods ...................................... 45                   Trumbull Soil & Water Conservation Dist. .. 13
 Job’s Daughters ............................................ 43                 Viking & White Sewing .............................. 17
 King Bros......................................................... 45           WFMJ .............................................................. 43
 LYLE Printing ................................................. 20              Zahurak’s Concessions ............................. 7
 Miller & Sons ................................................. 47
 Noble Insurance ........................................... 15

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