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					 “Hanging Out
wit h Scarecrows”
HELP FENCE THE FAIR
Phase Two
We have now completed Phase One of our Fence the Fair
Partnership Program which was the purchase of over 100
panels.

We would like to thank everyone who sponsored this
venture. Please see page 105-106 for a complete list.

Phase Two seeks continued support to maintain our
project for the following purposes:
     Ø To add walk-in gates for show rings
     Ø Purchase and maintain wagons to store and
          transport gates during the year
     Ø Purchase accessories, i.e. wheels, to help make
          opening and closing the gates easier

How Can You Help?
By becoming a sponsor in our next phases, you will assist
the Ripley Agricultural Society in providing a safe
environment for our patrons, exhibitors and livestock.

Cost is $75.00 per panel sign

Sponsors will be recognized by:
   Ø Signage provided by the Ripley Agricultural
        Society, prominently displayed for public viewing
   Ø Five year advertising term
   Ø Choice of panel location on a first come, first
        serve basis
   Ø Acknowledgement in the Fair Prize Book
   Ø Public Announcements at the Fair

Society will maintain ownership of all panels and signs

For more information, contact:
        Paul Murray, 519-395-3110
        Jim Farrell, 519-395-5628

           Ripley Agricultural Soceity
           Box 151, Ripley, ON N0G 2R0
           519-395-5282; Email: ripleyfair@hurontel.on.ca



This year the Ag Society asked the Grade Six Students at the Ripley
School to get their creative juices flowing and design art work for the cover
of our Fair Book. Their submissions were judged by Brian Dalton with the
winner being Hart McFarlane. Hart wins a “Ride-All-Night” bracelet for
Friday night at the Fair. Congratulations Hart and thank you to all the
students who submitted art work.
To Our Friends,

      On behalf of our Board of
Directors and our large group of
volunteers, we would like to
welcome you to our 149th Ripley
Fall Fair.
     We wish to extend our personal thanks to our directors,
volunteers, exhibitors, sponsors, donors and everyone
who has helped in any way through out the past 148 years,
and this past year.
     Our theme this year is “Hanging out with Scarecrows
at Ripley Fall Fair”
     We again have a full line of events on Friday night. We
are proud to offer again Classic Amusements, our
Ambassador competition our tractor pull and
entertainment for the children. Following the Ambassador
competition will be an auction of the prize winning pies and
cakes.
     On Saturday there will be livestock shows, 4-H
competitions, displays, etc. New this year is a miniature
horse competition. Our parade will kick things off on
Saturday with grand stand performances etc. following.
Be sure to visit the arena for all the beautiful exhibits of
many kinds.
     A special thanks to all you exhibitors. Without you we
would not have a fair at all. Keep up the good work! A
special thanks also to all the ladies on the committees in
the Home Craft section. A big thanks again to everyone for
helping. With your continued support we will grow, evolve
and prosper in the coming years.
     We of course are planning a special 150th next year.
     A special thanks also to our two secretaries and our
treasurer of the fair.
     So come one and all, hope to see you at our 149th Fall
Fair.
                    Paul Murray
        Ripley Agricultural Society President
                    Marilyn Reid
               Home Craft President
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                                                INDEX
Help Fence the Fair Partnership..................................................Inside Front
Presidents’ Message ....................................................................................1
Executive Officers/Board of Directors...........................................................3
Associate Directors.......................................................................................4
Rules and Regulations ................................................................................7
Karaoke Singing Competition .....................................................................10
Count the "LEAVES" Contest......................................................................11
Two Unrelated People Who Look Alike.......................................................11
Pre-Teen Dance..........................................................................................12
Snippitty Clowns ..........................................................................................12
Super Frog Competition .............................................................................12
Texting Competition sponsored by HuronTel ..............................................13
Garden Tractor Pull ....................................................................................14
Ambassador Competition ...........................................................................15
Decorating for the 148th .............................................................................18
Mammoth Parade .......................................................................................19
Andrea Zimmer - Shadow Puppets and more ............................................20
Huron Shores Lions Club Breakfast ...........................................................20
Log Sawing & Nail Driving ..........................................................................21
Antique Tractor Display ..............................................................................22
Car & Truck Show.......................................................................................22
150th Anniversary Stories...........................................................................23
Volunteer Draw ...........................................................................................24
Oldest & Youngest at the Fair.....................................................................24
Crop Competition........................................................................................25
Fruits and Vegetables..................................................................................31
Plants and Flowers......................................................................................34
Canning ......................................................................................................37
Culinary Arts - Baking ..................................................................................42
Needlework.................................................................................................48
Arts and Crafts ............................................................................................54
Junior Section .............................................................................................57
Photography ...............................................................................................62
Senior Citizens – Age 60+............................................................................65
Individual & Group Displays.........................................................................67
Memorabilia ................................................................................................68
Ripley-Huron Community School ................................................................70
Milk and Eggs..............................................................................................71
Honey .........................................................................................................71
Homemade Wine ........................................................................................72
Poultry Show...............................................................................................73
Heavy Horses .............................................................................................77
Mules ..........................................................................................................80
Light Horses................................................................................................81
Miniature Horses.........................................................................................84
T-Bone Market Cattle Show & Sale ..............................................................85
Local 4-H Shows .........................................................................................87
Invitational 4-H Shows.................................................................................92
Little League Dairy ......................................................................................97
Donations to Ripley Fall Fair ......................................................................98
Help Fence the Fair Partners - List of Donors ..........................................105
Thank you ................................................................................................107
Fall Fair Dance featuring "Kung Fu Lawyers"...........................................110
Fairground Map.........................................................................................111
The Glenn Boyd Band and The Pleats .....................................................112
Classic Amusements....................................................................Inside Back
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  RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
                     EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Agricultural Division
Mark Robinson/519-395-3446       Past President
Paul Murray/519-395-3110         President
Jim Farrell/519-395-5628         1st Vice President
Brian Reid/519-395-2227          2nd Vice President
Melissa Freer/519-395-3131       Secretary
Marilyn Freer/519-395-3131       Treasurer

Homecraft Division
Gail Van der Hoek/519-395-5497    Past President
Marilyn Reid/519-395-2290         President
Sharon Martin/519-395-4132        1st Vice President
Dianne Simpson/519-395-5362       2nd Vice President
Carol Fludder/519-395-2974        Homecraft Secretary


                  BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Ben Beishuizen    Marilyn Reid       Sharon Martin
Jim Farrell       Helen Howald       Kevin Osborne
Paul Murray       Keith van der Hoek Gail Van der Hoek
Brian Reid        Dianne Simpson     Andrew MacDonald
Mark Robinson     Cheryl Bridge      Judy Lowry




           BOARD OF DIRECTORS & EXECUTIVE
Back row L-R: Cheryl Bridge, Sharon Martin, Marilyn Freer,
Andrew MacDonald, Gail VanderHoek and Jim Farrell. Middle
row L-R: Marilyn Reid, Paul Murray, Melissa Freer and Dianne
Simpson. Front row L-R: Judy Lowry, Amberly Keelan, Helen
Howald, Brian Reid and Ben Beishuizen.

Missing: Keith VanderHoek, Mark Robinson and Kevin Osborne
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                      ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS
Annabelle Aitchison     Shirley Harris         Bernice Mitchell
Jack Aitchison          Howard Harrison        Joyce Osborne
Pam Agnew               Shirley Hartwick       Muriel Osborne
Dan Andres              Fred Henderson         Kevin Paul
Linda Beishuizen        Sara Hodgins           Ida Piel
Travis Beishuizen       Krista Holtby          Don Pollard
Bob Blackwell Jr.       Kerry Houston          Brian Pollock
Dennis Bridge           Wally Houston          Marg Pollock
Donna Bridge            Tracey Howe            Sandy Pollock
Ken Bridge              Antje Hunter           Wendy Pollock
Diane Brooks            Mike Hunter            Don Reid
Jack Campbell           Denise Jameson         Jo Reid
Gail Colling            Lynne Jewson           Lee Rintoul
Susan Colling           Dennis Johnston        Doris Rock
Grant Collins           Heather Keelan         Gary Roe
Greg Collins            Pauline Kempton        Joan Roe
Gary Courtney           Mary Beth Kerr         Bill Rutledge
Sharon Courtney         Wayne Kerr             Suzanne Savage
John Cronshaw           Barb Kester            Bern Scott
Murray Culbert          Joy Laidler            Fiona Scott
Ric Eden                Charles Liddle         Sue Scott
Dave Elliott            Anne Lindsay           Carol Shantz
Donna Elliott           Emily Lotton           Danny Smeltzer
Karen Elliott           Gail Lotton            Charlie Smith
Mickey Elliott          Kendra Lotton          Roger Smith
Cathy Farrell           Ron Lotton             Trish Smith
Fran Farrell            Sarah Farrell-Lotton   Judy Snobelen
John Farrell            Lynn Lowry             Linda Stewart
Karen Farrell           Christine MacDonald    Mark Stewart
Kathy Farrell           Doug MacDonald         Donna Swan
Mary Farrell            Anne MacInnes          Jennifer Thompson
Heather Finnie          Mac MacInnes           Rob Thompson
Sam Finnie              Jackie MacLennan       Tammy Thompson
Donna Fitzgerald        Carol MacPherson       Mary Rose Walden
Dean Funston            Don MacTavish          Peter Walden
Ron Funston             Alec Martin            Shirley Walden
Allan Gamble            Pam Liddle             Cheryl Wilken
John Gamble             Jean MacDonald         Isabel Wilken
Shirley Galloway        Lynda MacKenzie        John van den Hogan
Don J. Geddes           Ed McGillivray         Pat van den Hogan
Tom Geddes              Todd McGlynn           Bryce van der Hoek
Steve Hallam            Julie McGuire          Candice van der Hoek
Tracey Hallam           Ron McGuire            Darren van der Hoek
Bob Harris              Nancy Mendicott        Marlene VanRyswyk
Paul Harris             Lois Menzies           Sheila Zsiga


                     PARKING COMMITTEE
Keith Van der Hoek, Donald Pollard, Kevin Paul, Scott McGuire, Gary
          Roe, Roy Guenther, Dean Funston, Greg Collins,
         Adam Burgess, Dustin Freer, Bryce Van der Hoek,
                 Darren Van der Hoek, Bob Brown
                             CONCESSION
                      Charles Liddle, 519-396-5844
    ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES
           AWARD OF MERIT – 2011 RECIPIENTS
                 Ben & Linda Beishuizen
                       FINANCIAL EXAMINERS
                      Deanna Martin, Elaine Slade
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                      PAST PRESIDENTS
                           *Deceased

* Wm. J. MacKay, 1935-36              Hugh Mason, 1973-74
  and 1945-46                         Morley Scott, 1975-76
* David B. MacDonald, 1940-45     *   Jack Farrell, 1977-78
* Murray Campbell, 1947-48        *   Dan MacDonald, 1979-80
* Bert Mason, 1949-50                 John Gamble, 1981-82
  (Fair site moved to ball park       Keith Vander Hoek, 1983-84
  in 1949)                            Cecil Sutton, 1985-86
* Austin Martin, 1951-52          *   Bob Thompson, 1987-88
* Walter Farrell, 1953-54             Bob Forster, 1989-90
* Stewart Needham, 1954-56        *   Perrin Lowry, 1991-92
  Donald MacTavish, 1957-58           Gary Courtney, 1993-94
  Wallace Pollock, 1959-60            Don Reid, 1995-96
* Francis Boyle, 1961-62              Ron Lotton, 1997-98
* Gordon Patterson, 1963-64           Sandy Pollock, 1999-2000
* John MacCharles, Jan. &             Grant Collins, 2001-2002
  Feb. 1965                           Jack Aitchison, 2003-2004
* John C. MacDonald, 1965-66          Ross Farrell, 2005-2006
* Jim Brooks, 1967-68                 Ben Beishuizen, 2007-2008
  Gordon Roulston, 1969-70            Mark Robinson, 2009-2010
* Lester Ferguson, 1971-72


                      AWARD OF MERIT
1978   John C MacDonald           1996    Morley & Deanna Scott
1979   Stewart Needham &          1997    Perrin Lowry
       Marjorie Thompson          1998    Gary & Sharon
1980   Austin Martin                      Courtney
1981   Jim Brooks                 1999    Mary C MacDonald
1982   Ralph & Helen Grubb        2000    Donald & Marilyn Reid
1983   Lester Ferguson            2001    Fred & Betty Henderson
1984   Wallace & Elaine           2002    Keith & Gail
       Pollock                            Van der Hoek
1985   Gordon & Ruthe             2003    Judy Snobelen
       Patterson                  2004    Wendy & Brian Pollock
1986   Francis & Irene Boyle      2005    Carman Courtney –
1987   Jack & Janet Farrell               Courtney Grain & Seed
1988   John & Barb Gamble         2006    Donald & Cathy Farrell
1989   Dan & Sheila               2007    Murray Yungblut &
       MacDonald                          Lynne Jewson
1990   Howard & Gwen              2008    Jim & Fran Farrell
       Harrison                   2009    Sandy & Marg Pollock
1991   Cecil & Wilma Sutton       2010    Tom & Pauline Kempton
1992   Jack & Linda Campbell      2011    Ben & Linda Beishuizen
1993   Murray & Mary Culbert
1994   Robert & Judy
       Thompson
1995   Robert & Maryann
       Forster
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            LADIES/HOMECRAFT PAST PRESIDENTS
* Sadie Stanley, 1959-73       Bev Fry, 1993-94
* Marjorie Thompson, 1974-76   Gail van der Hoek, 1995-96
  Sheila MacDonald, 1977-78    Judy Snobelen, 1997-98
* Janet Farrell, 1979-80       Dianne Gamble, 1999-2000
  Grace Peet, 1981-82          Lynne Jewson, 2001-2002
  Linda Campbell, 1983-84      Gail Lotton, 2003-2004
  Wilma Sutton, 1985-86        Shirley Dewar, 2005-2006
  Marj MacDonald, 1987-88    * Judy Thompson, 2007-2008
  Diane Brooks, 1989-90        Gail Van der Hoek, 2009-2010
* Judy Thomspon, 1991-92


Secretary (Deceased)      - Ab and Fran Wylds, 1945-78
            (Retired)     - Donald and Anna MacTavish, 1979-87
          (Deceased)      - Gordon Patterson, 1988-2000
            (Retired)     - Ruthe Patterson, 1988-2000
            (Retired)     - Bev Fry, 2001-2006

Treasurer (Deceased)       - W.J. Crawford
                           - J.B. Breckenridge
              (Retired)    - Mrs. Dorothy Brooks, 1958-78
                           - Mrs. Gloria Rutledge, 1978-81
                           - Wayne Fitzgerald, 1981-84
                           - Mrs. Sheila MacDonald, 1984-1990
Directors (Deceased)       - Tommy Farrell
           since 1945      - Mrs. Herb Clayton
                           - Wm. J. Arnold
                           - Kermit Goodhue

Honourary Convenor Lady Directors
          (Deceased)   - Mrs. Sadie (Gordon) Stanley
          (Deceased)   - Mary C. MacDonald (Homecraft
                         Secretary)

4-H Leader for 4-H Dairy for 27 years
          (Deceased)      - Gordon Bridge

Former District #10 Agricultural Directors (Bruce & Grey Counties)
                           - Donald MacTavish
                           - Gordon Patterson
                           - Bev Fry

Former District #10 Homecraft Director
                         - Bev Fry

Past President Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies -
Homecraft Division        - Bev Fry
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           2012 SOCIETY
  RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL
        RULES AND REGULATIONS
                         MEMBERSHIP
 1 Any person upon payment of the Annual Membership fee of
   $5.00 to the Society shall be enrolled as a member of the
   Society for the current year (2012) and is entitled to exhibit at
   the Ripley-Huron Fall Fair.
 2 Junior exhibitors entering an adult entry class are
   required to pay the $5.00 membership fee, but no fee is
   required for Class 8 or School.


                    EXHIBITORS/EXHIBITS
 3 Exhibitors agree to abide by the rules of the Ripley
   Agricultural Society and have read and agree to the “HOLD
   HARMLESS AGREEMENT” which states:
   The exhibitor by signing the entry form and prize account
   agree that they shall indemnify and hold harmless the Ripley
   Agricultural Society, their members, agents and employees
   from and against all claims, demands, losses, costs,
   damages, actions, suits or proceedings by any third parties
   that may arise out of, or may attribute to, all operations
   performed by or carried out by the Society, its agents
   employees or anyone for whose acts it may be held liable,
   howsoever caused.
 4 The Society has the right to publish the names of exhibitors
   when reporting on the winners of the Fair. The Society will
   not publish or provide addresses or phone numbers to anyone
   outside our organization.
 5 Special rules pertaining to each particular class are printed at
   the beginning of each Class. These will be strictly enforced.
 6 Every article exhibited must be the bona fide property of the
   exhibitor.
 7 Each exhibitor may enter as many articles/exhibits as they
   wish, but only one article in each section, except where
   specified in Livestock classes.


                          ENTRY FORMS
 8 Each exhibitor must supply the secretary with a list of their
   entries giving the correct class and section number.
 9 Exhibitors must list their entries on the printed form enclosed
   with the prize list – only one entry per line.
10 Exhibitors must complete entry forms and tags prior to placing
   of exhibits.
11 Both copies of the entry forms must be submitted to the
   Secretary prior to judging.
12 Extra entry forms and tags are available from the Secretary or
   at specified locations throughout the area.
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         EXHIBIT PLACEMENT AND REMOVAL TIMES
13 Hall Exhibits must be placed in the Ripley-Huron Community
   Centre between the hours of 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on
   Thursday, September 27, 2012 and 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on
   Friday, September 28, 2012.
14 Removal of exhibits from the Community Centre is between
   4:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. Exhibitors
   removing articles before this time will have their prize money
   withheld by the Society.

                            JUDGING
15 Judging of exhibits begins at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, September
   28th. Only authorized directors, associates and committee
   volunteers will be allowed in the Community Centre during
   judging.
16 Judges are instructed to award prizes to worthy exhibits.
   Judges shall have discretionary powers to withhold any prize
   where they deem an article unworthy. Judges may disqualify
   soiled and/or old exhibits.
17 Anyone who interferes with the judge while carrying out
   his/her duties shall forfeit the right to a prize, or could be
   asked to leave the property.
18 An exhibitor lodging a protest regarding an exhibit must make
   it in writing to the Secretary within 24 hours of the fair.
19 Any member of the committee has the right to ask an exhibitor
   showing livestock that is not in control to withdraw that animal
   from the class.

                 PRIZE MONEY AND AWARDS
20 If for any reason the receipts of the fair are not sufficient to
   pay the prize money in full, the treasurer is authorized to pay
   a percentage equal to the receipts with the exception of the
   school work which will be paid in full.
21 Exhibitors winning prize money will have $5.00 deducted for
   their 2013 membership. Junior, School and 4–H are exempt.
22 School prize money will be paid in cash at the Ripley-Huron
   Community School.
23 4–H Invitational prize money will be paid the day of the fair.
24 Prize money will be paid by cheque when all clerical work is
   completed on or before November 30, 2012.
25 Prize vouchers will accompany cheques by mail.
26 The Society reserves the right to replace prize vouchers,
   should they become invalid, with an equal valued voucher.
27 Exhibitors are responsible for redeeming prize vouchers from
   the business or individuals who issued said vouchers.
28 In the case there is an error in the printing of the Prize List,
   the Directors of the Ripley Agricultural Society have the power
   to correct any errors as deemed necessary.
29 Cheques must be cashed before December 31st of the
   current year.
30 Exhibitors choosing not to cash their prize cheque and who
   wish to make their winnings a donation back to the fair, may
   do so by returning the endorsed prize money cheque to the
   treasurer so that the record books may be balanced.
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                           GENERAL
31 Should any question arise not provided for in the rules and
   regulations, the decision of the Board of Directors shall be
   final.
32 The Society will not be liable for any accident on the
   fairgrounds.
33 Though all directors will take a reasonable precaution to
   ensure the safety of all exhibits, the owners themselves must
   take the risk of exhibiting at the Fair. Should any article be
   damaged, lost or stolen, the Directors will give all the
   assistance in their power toward the recovery, but will not
   make payment for the value thereof.
34 The Officers of the Ripley-Huron Fall Fair reserve the right to
   grounds and may restrict or prohibit admittance to the
   grounds or within 295 metres thereof, to any person or group
   of persons without giving any reason for this action.


        COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS AND CONCESSIONS
                     Hours of Operation:
      Friday, September 28th, 2012, 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
     Saturday, September 29th, 2012, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

                             POLICY
[   Commercial space must be reserved by contacting the
    Committee Chairman, Charles Liddle - 519-396-5844, before
    Thursday, September 20th, 2012
[   No pocket or hunting knives, etc.
[   Hydro may be available
[   Commercial Concessions are required to pay a non-
    refundable fee of $50.00 per allotment, by September 20th
    deadline.
[   Payment either in cash or with cheque payable to the Ripley
    Agricultural Society.
[   All concession allotments are at the discretion of the Ripley
    Agricultural Society Concession Committee, on a first come,
    first serve basis.
[   Concession allotments will be approximately 10' x 10' with
    one table and two chairs.
[   Admission: one complimentary admission will be provided
    upon payment.
[   Upon arrival Concession Committee will advise you of your
    designated location.
[   Set up for Commercial exhibits in the Community Centre and
    outside will be from 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Friday,
    September 28th.
[   Outside exhibitors must set up between 7:00 a.m. -- 9:00 a.m.
    on Saturday, September 29th.
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                          POLICY (continued)
[     A number of free spaces are available for local “Not for Profit”
      organizations and no fee will be charged. No free admission
      will be available.
[     “Not for Profit” vendors will be asked to provide their own card
      table.
[     Removal of all Commercial exhibits is between 4:30 p.m. and
      5:00 p.m. Saturday.
[     Questions/concerns contact: Ripley Agricultural Society
      Concession Committee Chairman - Charles Liddle -
      519-396-5844 or liddlek@hurontel.on.ca

         For further information about exhibiting at the
            149th Ripley-Huron Fall Fair contact:
            Ripley Agricultural Society
             Box 151, Ripley, Ontario N0G 2R0
           Phone: 519-395-3110 or 519-395-2290
                    Fax: 519-395-2292
              E-mail: ripleyfair@hurontel.on.ca



    5th Annual
    Karaoke
    Singing Competition
           Saturday, September 29
                RIPLEY ARENA ICE SURFACE
                Contestant registration @ 1:00pm
                 Competition begins @ 2:00pm
              Limited to 15 Contestants ~ No Duets

                    ***ONE SONG***
       Age Categories: 6 and under ~ 12 and under
         19 and under ~ 20 to 64 ~ 65 and over
          For more information: ripleyfair@hurontel.on.ca
           Search “karaoke version download” for music

       Sponsors: Donna’s Karaoke & DJ ~ Karaoke-version.com

    Contact: Mike Hunter - hunter@cropadvisory.com - ph 395-395-2478
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          The Ripley Agricultural Society
             proudly celebrates the

    149th Ripley-Huron Fall Fair
                    with the theme:

            Hanging out
          with Scarecrows
Read the Prize book -
Then count the number of SCARECROWS on the
pages throughout the Prize Lists -
!   Enter your guess to win a prize
!   A ballot box will be provided at the Fair office
!   One entry per person
!   Draw to be made at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday,
    September 29th - Main Stage

The first lucky winner who has guessed the correct
number of SCARECROWS will win a:
   Steak Knife Set and Bag Set
   from M&M MEATS

Here is the first scarecrow,
now count the rest!



    Two Unrelated People
      who look alike
              register at main stage
                   before 3 p.m.
            Winner Chosen by Applause
                   Prizes donated by
         Farmer’s Diner - Meal Vouchers
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      PRE-TEEN DANCE
          Thursday, September 27th
            7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
       MUSIC BY POWER TRAX, Scott Rees
                GRADES 5 - 8
               Admission $5.00

                                   Chaperoned
                                     Event




                             Y
                    SNIPPITT
                     CLOWNS
     Face Painting & Ballooning

         SUPER FROG
           CONTEST
     FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th @ 7:30 P.M.
            AGRICULTURAL SHED
             OPEN TO EXHIBITORS
            12 years of age & under
       PRIZES: $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00

                          CLASSES
                      LARGEST FROG
                      SMALLEST FROG
                       LONGEST JUMP
     BE SURE TO BRING YOUR FROG AND JOIN THE FUN.
       SPONSORED BY RBC - ROYAL BANK
             RIPLEY-HURON FALL FAIR PRIZE LIST                       13

                           Sponsored by




        TEXTING
      COMPETITION
1. Eligibility: This event is open to everyone from ages 8 and
over.

2. Sponsors: This is a HuronTel sponsored event. HuronTel will
provide the judges, the setup and prizes.

3. Registration: Participants must register half an hour before the
event. No late entries will be accepted. Depending on the number
of contestants, multiple contests for each age categories may be
required in order to produce an overall winner for that particular
age category.

4. The Contest: There will be 5 separate categories broken down
by age; a monetary prize donated by HuronTel will be rewarded to
the top contestant in each category.
   a. All participants must provide there own phone or borrow a
      HuronTel cell phone.
   b. HuronTel will not be held responsible for the lost or damages
      of any participants phone during the event.
   c. Participants will complete for time and accuracy as recorded
      by a judge, time will be kept by a stop watch.
   d. Similar but multiple, random scripts will be used for multiple
      attempts. Each participant depending on age group will be
      given a specific script to text. A judge will score for accuracy,
      adding time from the stop watch plus 2 seconds for each
      error, including spelling, capitalization, missing words/spaces
      and punctuation. Each attempt will be stopped after 2
      minutes. If the message is not completed, the participant will
      be judged accordingly, adding 2 seconds for each error as
      indicated above or missed word.

5. Age Categories:
   a. 8 and 9
   b. 10 and 11
   c. 12 and 13
   d. 14 and 15
   e. 16 and over
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  6th Annual Garden Tractor Pull
             Committee – Dave Elliott 519-395-4449
          Friday Evening (east of ball diamond)
                 Registration – 6:00 p.m.
                  Pull Time – 7:00 p.m.
                 $5.00 Entry Fee Per Pull
2 Categories – 5 classes each

Stock Garden Tractor              Modified Garden Tractor
650 lbs                           750 lbs
800 lbs                           950 lbs
1000 lbs                          1150 lbs
1250 lbs                          1500 lbs
Open                              Open

Rules: Stock & Modified
    -    Operators must wear helmet
    -    Maximum height 16” draw bar
    -    Weights must be on securely
    -    Watch flag person – RED MEANS STOP – failure to stop
         could result in disqualification
    -    Waiver must be signed by all entries – under 18 years of
         age must have adult signature
    -    Must pass weight and safety inspection
    -    Track Official word is final on safety and weight of tractor
    -    Engine and drive train original to tractor
    -    No duals and/or chains on tires
    -    All styles of rubber tires are acceptable
    -    Must have wheelie bars
    -    All tractors must have working brakes

     Additional Rules For Modified
     -   Experienced operator only
     -   Operator must wear face shield if exhaust is in front of
         face
     -   Must have kill switch (rear of vehicle)
     -   Maximum of 4 cylinder engine
     -   Must have engine, trans., chains, belt and any moving
         parts shielded to top and sides to pass safety inspection
     -   Must not have any fuel leaks, to pass safety inspection
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   AMBASSADOR COMPETITION
       AMBASSADOR CROWNING /
  VARIETY SHOW / PIE & CAKE AUCTION /
       1st PLACE GRAIN AUCTION
        Friday, September 28, 2012
           8:00 p.m. – Auditorium
                           Committee:
       Chair: Kendra Lotton, Karen Elliott, Diane McCulloch,
        Lisa Blackwell, Amanda Pearce, Dayna Simpson.
                           ENTERTAINMENT

        RIPLEY
 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
         2011-2012
       AMBASSADOR
      AMBERLY KEELAN

      Ladies, gentlemen, boys and
girls, Welcome to the 149th Ripley
Huron Fall Fair! This past year I was
honored to represent the Ripley
Agricultural Society as the 2011-2012
Fall Fair Ambassador. My excitement
as soon as I crowned! As I traveled to
district ten meetings to meet other fair
ambassadors, I made many new
friends and enjoyed many new
experiences. In February I attended the OAAS Fair Convention, which
was an experience of a lifetime! Not only was it great to see talented
entertainment and hear motivational speakers, it was a great time to get
to know the other Ambasssadors who I would be seeing again at the CNE
competition in August. All the while being treated like royalty in the Royal
York Hotel. The monthly meetings for the agricultural society were a real
eye opener, to see how much hard work and dedication by such an
amazing group of people goes into making Ripley the fair of the year,
every year in my opinion! Being the Ambassador of the Ripley Fall Fair
was an experience of a lifetime! It reminded me how thankful I am to live in
such a great small town, and how honored I was to be a representative of
such a great place! Although my time as the Ripley Fall Fair Ambassador
is coming to an end I look forward to many new adventures in the future
that this experience has opened my eyes to. But… every year I will be
sure to be home the last weekend in September to make it to the Ripley
Fall Fair! I hope to see you all ' Hanging out with Scarecrows ' this year at
the 149th Ripley Fall Fair!
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PAST AMBASSADORS                     SPONSORS
2010-2011    Dayna Simpson           The Village Flower Shop,
                                     Gail Caslick
2009-2010         Courtney Graham    Wenrob Poultry Farms
2008-2009         Kim Hooey          RG & G Farrell Farms
                                     c/o Geoff & Sandra Farrell
2007-2008         Becca Bridge       Ripley-Huron Vet Clinic
2006-2007         Kendra Lotton      Thompson Feed & Supply
2005-2006         Gabrielle Finnie   The Glass Hummingbird
2004-2005         Jocelyn Courtney   J & G Variety
2003-2004         Alison Houston     Ripley Legion Branch 440
2002-2003         Katie Larsen       The Village Flower Shop
2001-2002         Jennifer Pollard   Ripley Veterinary Clinic
2000-2001         Carmen Farrell     Ripley Junior Farmers
1999-2000         Christina Farrell  Ripley Co-op
1998-1999         Kerri Shewfelt     John Ball Carpentry
1997-1998         Kathy Goodhue      Colling Bros.
1996-1997         Kathy Goodhue      Colling Bros.
1995-1996         Pamela McDonald    Ripley Lions Club
1994-1995         Heather Farrell    Thompson Feed & Supply
1993-1994         Vanessa Life       Ripley Lions Club
1992-1993         Christine Collins  Ripley Junior Farmers
1991-1992         Christine Goodhue Thompson Feed & Supply
1990-1991         Tammy Fludder      Ripley Legion Branch 440
1989-1990         Jenny Tranter      Ripley Co-op
1988-1989         Trina Lowry        Bill & Tom Kempton
1987-1988         Kerry Lynne Hunter Oil Gard
1986-1987         Kerry Lynne Hunter Oil Gard
1985-1986         Jean Ann Smeltzer Oil Gard
1984-1985         Kathryn Boyd       Lowry Farm Systems
1983-1984         Janice Needham     Ripley Poultry Farms
1982-1983         Michelle McTavish Ripley Lions Club
1981-1982         Debbie Lowry       Lowry Farm Systems


           AMBASSADOR COMPETITION RULES
1. Organizations or individuals are invited to sponsor one
   contestant - entry fee of $50.00 required.
2. The contestant must be single, male or female, between 17
   and 23 years of age by August 1, 2012.
3. Contestants must reside in the former Township of Huron or
   have attended public school in Ripley.
4. Contestants will be judged on poise, personality, interviews
   and stage presentation.
5. The “Ambassador” will be expected to represent the Society
   at numerous events throughout the year.
6. Attendance at the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies
   Convention and the District 10 Annual and Spring Meetings is
   encouraged.
7. The “Ambassador” has the opportunity to compete at the
   Ontario Miss Midwest Competition and at the C.N.E.
   Ambassador of the Fairs Competition in 2013.
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The Ambassador of the Fair Committee is pleased to be able to
offer the winner of the Ambassador competition a scholarship. The
Ripley Agricultural Society will generously award $200.00 for an
academic scholarship award. It is hoped that the scholarship will
encourage post-secondary education.
2012 RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AMBASSADOR RECEIVES:
t    $200.00 monetary award sponsored by the Ripley Agricultural Society
t    Travel and accommodation expenses to Convention and District
     Meetings provided by the Ripley Agricultural Society
t    Everlasting Flowers and Gifts - $75.00 Arm Bouquet
t    KS Design - car sign - $25.00 value
t    Curves - three month membership
t    Crabby Joe’s Tap & Grill - $10.00 voucher
t    All About Hair - $30.00 voucher
t    Jennifer Thompson Beauty & Wellness - $35.00 voucher
t    Tropix - one tanning session and make up bag
t    Avon - Linda Stewart - $50.00 voucher

RUNNER – UP RECEIVES:
t  Orchids Hair by Holly - $30.00 voucher
t  JB’s Lingerie - $20.00 gift certificate
t  Crabby Joe’s Tap & Grill - $10.00 voucher
t  All About Hair - gift package
t  Curves - three month membership

CONGENIALITY AWARD - SELECTED BY CONTESTANTS:
t  Gift to be presented

Other Contestants will receive gifts from supporting merchants:
t   All About Hair - gift bag
t   Classic Amusements - stuffed animal for each contestant
t   The Erie Belle - $10.00 voucher (x2)
t   Crabby Joe’s Tap & Grill - $10.00 voucher (x2)
t   RBC Royal Bank - article for each contestant
t   Subway - 6" sub voucher (x2)




                                         Friday - 5:00 to 11:00
                                         Saturday - ALL DAY
                                                 SAVE $4.00
                                          by purchasing in advance.
                                           Armbands available on
                                         www.classicamusements.ca

         MIDWAY                            Available until Thursday,
                                            September 27, 2012.
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     DECORATING CONTEST FOR THE
     149th RIPLEY-HURON FALL FAIR
                      PRIZE MONEY SPONSORED BY
                                            BRUCE BROCK



RULES FOR ALL DECORATING COMPETITIONS:
6 Promote the 149th Ripley-Huron Fall Fair
6 Judging criteria: most colourful and unique
6 All entries must have a sign stating the name and year of the
  Fair, date and theme:
               149th Ripley-Huron Fall Fair
               "Hanging out with Scarecrows
               at the Ripley Fall Fair"
               September 28 & 29, 2012
6 Register by September 15th, 2012 by contacting Jean MacDonald
  519-395-3475
6 Display must be in place by registration deadline
6 Judging will take place the week of September 16th - 22nd, 2012


BEST BALE DISPLAY
6 Roadside display using bales of any size or type
6 Location: within the limits of the former Township of Huron
Prize: 1st - $200.00
       2nd -$100.00
       3rd - $50.00


RESIDENTIAL DECORATING CONTEST
6 Location: within the limits of the former Township of Huron
Prize: 1st - $100.00
       2nd -$75.00
       3rd - $50.00


BUSINESS DECORATING CONTEST
6 Location: within the village of Ripley
Prize: 1st Rosette and two complimentary tickets to the Ripley Fall
       Fair Dance, September 29th, 2012

 149th Ripley-Huron Fall Fair
                                 The Ripley Agricultural Society Board of
  "Hanging out with Scarecrows   Directors wish to express their sincere
      at the Ripley Fall Fair”   thanks to Bruce Brock, Classic
     September 28 & 29, 2012
                                 Amusements for their continued support
                                 of the Fair.
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           MAMMOTH PARADE
             (11:30 am September 29, 2012)
PARADE MARSHALL - Gary Courtney 519-395-3360
COMMITTEE IN CHARGE
   Jack Campbell, Pat van den Hogan, Ron Funston,
   Sharon Courtney, Julie Thompson.
 1. Registration starts at 10:15 a.m.
 2. Register at the United Church (corner of Park & James Streets),
    by 11:00 a.m. or it is subject to the discretion of the committee
    as to whether you will be judged.
 3. All registered floats and heavy horses will receive prize money in
    the mail.
 4. Float drivers are asked to include their name and mailing
    address for prize payment.
 5. All entries using theme will be given first consideration when
    judged.
 6. All Heavy Horse teams are asked to lineup on Ross St.
 7. NO ARTICLES AND/OR CANDIES, ETC. TO BE THROWN
    FROM THE FLOATS WHILE IN THE PARADE.
 8. HAND OUTS ONLY.
 9. No extra riders on tractors.
10. Please observe Farm Safety Rules when operating machinery.
SAFETY FIRST - SCHOOL CHILDREN'S FLOAT
The committee asks that parents use Park Street only for student drop
off. Due to traffic congestion and the presence of horses it is in the best
interest and the safety of the school children that they be dropped off in
front of R Villa Retirement Residence on Park Street beside St. Andrew's
United Church to meet the school float. Please refrain from using
MacDonald Street, Tain Street and James Street during parade line up
time. Thank you.
 A) FLOATS
    Prizes in Sections 1-5 will be: 1st $20.00; 2nd $17.00; 3rd
    $15.00 and $10.00 for each additional entry  .
 1. Family/Clan Float
 2. School/Church Float
 3. Float with live music
 4. Commercial Float
 5. Organizational/Club Float

Prizes in Sections B, C, D will be: 1st $5.00; 2nd $4.00; 3rd $3.00
     and $1.00 for each additional entry judged worthy .
 B) MOTORIZED ENTRIES
 1. Decorated Child’s Motorized Vehicle (age 10 & under)
 2. Decorated Child’s Motorized Vehicle (age 10-18)
 3. Decorated Adult Motorized Vehicle
 4. Decorated Lawn Mower
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 C)   CHILDREN’S ENTRIES
 1.   Decorated bicycle/tricycle
 2.   Costumed parent and child with wagon, cart or stroller
 3.   Costumed child with pet
 4.   Best Costume with Rollerblades

 D) PEDESTRIAN ENTRIES
 1. Best Costume (age 12 & under)
 2. Best Costume (age 13-17)
 3. Best Costume (18 & over)
 4. Costumed Adult with Pet
 5. Largest Costumed family with theme
 6. Anything in the parade that did not receive a prize that the
                    judges feel deserve a prize

Prizes in Section E will be: 4 horses $35.00; 2 horses $30.00

 E) HEAVY HORSE HITCHES - Include on Heavy Horse entry
    form to receive prize money




 Andrea Zimmer
               AKA
      Scowling Owl
         Studio
      Mr. Grumpy Makes
        a Wrong Turn
      Shadow Puppets and More
           SHOW TIME:
       1:15 p.m. & 2:30 p.m.



    Huron Shores Lions Club
                             irgrounds
 Serving Breakfast on the Fa
              Saturday, September 29
                 from 8 a.m. to 11-00 a.m.
           Come enjoy an egg, peameal bacon,
           Pine River Cheese on a bun for $4.00
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       Ripley Agricultural Society
           Board of Directors
        would like to remind you
      that this is a “Pet Free Fair”
       for the safety of your pets
               and others.




             SATURDAY AFTERNOON
               on the ball diamond

                      Committee:
              Jack Aitchison, Gail Lotton

Four Categories:
   & Under 12 years of Age
   & Teens
   & Ladies
   & Men
   & Mixed


Register by 2 p.m. - west of stage under the trees
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     Antique Tractor Display
                  FARMING FROM YESTERDAY
       Antique Tractors featured on Saturday afternoon
Line up for the parade and display on the Fairgrounds.
No registration fee.
PRIZE FOR WINNER IN EACH CATEGORY -
         $25.00 - Sponsored by Lynn Lowry
1. Farthest Distance travelled
2. Oldest Tractor
3. Largest Display
4. Best Restoration
5. Most worn out tractor still mobile. (must be able to start,
   drive 30 ft., back up & park again)
*PLEASE INCLUDE A SHORT STORY ABOUT YOUR TRACTOR
 TO BE DISPLAYED WITH TRACTOR.
For information contact Lynn Lowry 519-395-2402
                        Cliff Emmerton 519-395-3854




     CAR & TRUCK SHOW 2012
                          SATURDAY
COMMITTEE CHAIRS:                            ss

Ben & Linda Beishuizen 519-395-5624
Chris Cortan 519-395-3205

* Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Township Shed
  (Malcolm & Blake St.)
* Registration Fee - $10.00
* Line Up for Parade to Fairgrounds to start at 10:45 a.m.
* Car Show start time 2:00 p.m.
* Exhibition and Judging to Follow
* Six Classes - 2 Categories in each - Stock & Modified
                1945 & older
                1946-1955
                1956-1965
                1966-1975
                1976 & newer
                Trucks
* Featuring the “People’s Choice” & “Committee's Choice” Awards
* Trophies Awarded, Dash Plaques for all entries
* Lucky Draws for Registered Participants
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“Community Tales”
To celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Ripley-
Huron Agricultural Society and to recognize the
many talents and contributions of people/
characters, “past or present” of our community, we
would like to publish a book with these stories.
These stories are to be collected at the 2012
Ripley-Huron Fair and would become the property
of the Society.
Permission would be obtained from the authors of
the stories and the families involved and the
Ripley-Huron Agricultural Society would have the
right to limit or edit the stories for printing.
Stories can be written by anyone, any age. The
author’s name and phone number must be clearly
indicated for consultation and the story must be
typed on 8-1/2" x 11" size paper.




                             Friday - 5:00 to 11:00
                             Saturday - ALL DAY
                                   SAVE $4.00
                              by purchasing in advance.
                               Armbands available on
                             www.classicamusements.ca

  MIDWAY                       Available until Thursday,
                                September 27, 2012.
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                   VOLUNTEERS
               THANK YOU FOR HELPING MAKE
                 THE 2012 FAIR A SUCCESS!!

The success of the Ripley-Huron Fall Fair can be attributed to the
hundreds of hard working, dedicated people who volunteer their
time and talents each year.

As a very special THANK YOU to our volunteers - each volunteer is
invited to submit their name and address in one of the free draws.

Arena Volunteer: $15.00 voucher from The Bruce Steak House
Grounds Volunteer: $15.00 voucher from The Bruce Steak House
Student Volunteer: Subway - 6'’ sub voucher

Draw will be made at 3:00 p.m. on the Main Stage



CALLING THE OLDEST LADY AND GENT AT THE FAIR!

! Register at the Main Stage with M.C.
! Submit your name, date of birth, mailing address, phone number
! Winner announced at 3:00 p.m. on the Main Stage, Saturday

                    Oldest Lady prize:
                    Zehrs Kincardine - $10.00 voucher

                    Oldest Gent prize:
                    Zehrs Kincardine - $10.00 voucher




ARE YOU THE YOUNGEST PERSON
AT THE 2012 FAIR?

CLASSIC AMUSEMENTS, Bruce Brock,
have generously donated a stuffed toy for both
the youngest boy and girl attending the Fair.

Moms and Dads - To enter your babies
! Register at the Main Stage with M.C.
! Submit the baby's name, date of birth, mailing address, phone
  number
! Winner announced at 3:00 p.m. on the Main Stage
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Class 1                  CROP COMPETITION
Committee: Peter Walden 519-395-5264, Keith Van der Hoek,
Dan Smeltzer, Bill Rutledge, Brian Reid, Ross Farrell,
Marg Pollock, Donna Elliott, Sandy Pollock.

Judges: Glenn Dickson, Moorefield; Murdock Matheson, Kincardine

Ø    All crop entries are to be the product of 2012
Ø    The Committee/Society will determine the division of north
     and south sides of the township
Ø    Exhibitors must include Field Division entries as well as Hall
     Exhibits on their entry form to qualify for prizes


     Rules for Most Points and Specials in Crop Competition:
     Ø Final Standing in Crop Competitions will be determined
                      on the following basis:

     HARD RED FALL WHEAT, SOFT WHITE FALL WHEAT,
          SOFT RED FALL WHEAT, SPRING WHEAT,
           SPRING BARLEY, MIXED GRAIN, OATS -
     100 points for field and 50 points for grain exhibit at Fair

                        ENSILAGE CORN -
          100 points for field and 50 points for corn sheaf

                          GRAIN CORN -
           100 points for field and 50 points for 15 cobs

                       NEW SEEDED HAY -
          100 points for field and 50 points for hall exhibit
                         of new seeded hay

                       ESTABLISHED HAY -
          100 points for field and 50 points for hall exhibit
                         of established hay

                           SOYBEANS -
 100 points for field and 50 points for exhibit of 10 stalks of beans




        Display Table of
         Organic Crops
    RULES:
    1. Educational, not competitive.
    2. Displays need to be clearly marked on entry tag.
    3. Entry exhibitor number required.
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               FIELD DIVISION COMPETITION
Rules:
Ø To qualify for field division prize money, an exhibit of the same
    crop must be shown at the Fair.
Ø Exhibitors must include Field Division entries on their
    entry form using the numbers 1 - 12 for crops judged in
    the exhibitor’s field

Prizes in section 1 - 12:
1st - $15.00, 2nd - $14.00, 3rd - $13.00, 4th - $12.00, 5th - $11.00,
6th - $10.00, 7th - $8.00, 8th - $6.00, 9th - $6.00, 10th - $5.00

 1.   New Seeded Hay
 2.   Established Hay
 3.   Spring Wheat
 4.   Soft Red Fall Wheat
 5.   Hard Red Fall Wheat
 6.   Soft White Fall Wheat
 7.   Spring Barley
 8.   Oats
 9.   Mixed Grain
10.   Grain Corn
11.   Ensilage Corn
12.   Soybeans


             CROP COMPETITION - HALL EXHIBITS
                         CORN EXHIBITS
13. Corn Sheaf – 10 stalks with cobs attached
    Prizes: $10; $8; $6; and $4 for each additional entry
14. Grain Corn – 15 Cobs
    Prizes: $14; $12; $10; $8; $6; and $5 for each additional entry
15. Ensilage corn – 6 cobs
    Prizes: $8; $7; $6; $5; $4; and $3 for each additional entry

                        CORN SPECIALS
Rules for Corn Specials:
Ø Variety of corn to be clearly marked on the exhibit tag of each
    entry to qualify
Ø Exhibitors must be entered in field and hall competition to
    qualify.
16. Bluewater Agromart – donate 1 unit seed corn for the most
    points in ensilage corn
17. Blue Horizon Farms – donate 1 unit of seed corn for the most
    points in grain corn on the north side of the township
18. Kenneth Thompson (De-Dell) – donate 1 unit of De-Dell seed
    corn for the most points in grain corn on the south side of the
    township
19. Blue Horizon Farms, Murray & Debbie Hodgins – donate
    vouchers towards any Pioneer Products, for the best exhibit of
    15 cobs corn, any variety, shown at the Fair.
    1st- 1 unit of corn seed, 2nd – Roberts Farm Equipment
    Jacket, 3rd - Joe Klunder Pickseed – $50 voucher
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20. P&H Amberley - $50.00 cash – for Best Sheaf
21. Schmidt’s Farm Drainage – $50 cash - for Best Hall Exhibit of
    6 cobs of Ensilage Corn

                          HAY EXHIBITS
Rules for Hay Competition:
Ø Each exhibit is to be a sample of hay
Ø Exhibit must be dry hay
22. New Seeded – 1st cut hay
23. Established – 2nd year or longer, 1st cut hay
24. Second Cut Hay
Prizes in section 22 - 24: $7, $6, $5, $4, $3 and $2 for each
additional entry.
Courtney Grain and Seed donate $60.00 towards the hay prize
money.

                         HAY SPECIALS
Rules for Hay Specials:
Ø To qualify for hay specials, exhibitors must exhibit in both field
    and hall competitions.
Champion Hay Exhibit from Sections 22 to 24 will receive
25. Courtney Grain and Seed – donates a $50.00 voucher to
    Champion Exhibit
26. Courtney Grain and Seed – donates a $25.00 voucher to the
    Reserve Exhibit
27. Bluewater Agromart – donates one 25 kg NK Forage Seed for
    the most points in new seeded hay.
28. Hodgins Home Hardware – $25.00 voucher - for Most Points
    in Established Hay

                         GRAIN EXHIBITS
Rules for Grain Competition:
Ø Grain must be cleaned for exhibition
Ø Must be exhibited in plastic bags provided by Society
Ø Variety of grain to be clearly marked on entry tag
29.   Spring Wheat
30.   Soft Red Fall Wheat
31.   Hard Red Fall Wheat
32.   Soft White Fall Wheat
33.   Spring Barley
34.   Oats
35.   Mixed Grain - oats & barley, can have wheat or peas
36.   Flax
37.   Canola
38.   Soybeans – 10 stalks made into a sheaf with roots attached
Prizes in section 29 – 38: $14, $12, $10, $8, $6 and $5 for each
additional entry
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                             SHEAVES
Rules for Sheaf Competition:
Ø Sheaves to measure approximately 5 to 7 inches in diameter
    at the centre binder or ribbon
Ø Grain may or may not be grown by exhibitor
39. Wheat Sheaf
40. Oat Sheaf
41. Barley Sheaf
Prizes in section 39 – 41: $16, $14, $12, $10, and $8 for each
additional entry


                  JUNIOR SHEAF COMPETITION
42.   Rules for Junior Sheaf Competition:
Ø     Sheaf of wheat or oats or barley may be shown in this section
Ø     Exhibitors must be 21 years of age or under
Ø     Sheaves to measure approximately 5 to 7 inches in diameter
      at the centre binder or ribbon
Ø     Grain may or may not be grown by exhibitor

Prizes in section 42: $16, $14, $12, $10, and $8 for each additional
entry


                         GRAIN SPECIALS

Prizes for Best Hall Exhibit – Champion $12.00, Reserve $8.00
43. Best exhibit of spring wheat
44. Best exhibit of fall wheat
45. Best exhibit of spring barley
46. Best exhibit of oats
47. Best exhibit of mixed grain
48. Best exhibit of soybeans
$50.00 of above prizes donated by Bluewater Agromart
Prizes for Best Overall Sheaf Exhibit – Champion $12.00, Reserve
$8.00
49. Champion Sheaf
50. Reserve champion sheaf
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                        CROP SPECIALS
Rules for Crop Specials:
Ø To quality exhibitor must have both field crop and hall exhibit
Ø Prizes presented for overall points in each category
Ø First place exhibitor with the highest score from the
    combination of field and hall scores

51. SPRING WHEAT – Oil Gard - oil, filter & lube voucher
52. HARD RED FALL WHEAT – Presto-Crest - men’s jacket
53. SOFT WHITE FALL WHEAT – Tim-Br Mart - $25.00 voucher
54. SOFT RED FALL WHEAT – Go Glass - $25.00 voucher
55. OATS – Tim-Br Mart - $25.00 voucher
56. MIXED GRAIN – Presto-Crest - men’s jacket
57. SPRING BARLEY – Northfork Industries, Wally Houston -
    stock cane
58. SOYBEANS (north side) – Blue Horizon Farm - one unit of
    Soybeans
59. SOYBEANS (south side) – Blue Horizon Farm - one unit of
    Soybeans

            MOST POINTS IN THREE FIELD CROPS

Rules for most points competition:
Ø To qualify exhibitor must have shown in both field and hall
    competitions
Ø Final standing and total points calculated according to rules
    for most points and specials

 1. Courtney Grain & Seed - $120.00 voucher
 2. Armtec - Bruce Tile - one - 250 foot roll 4” perforated plastic
    tile
 3. Armtec - Bruce Tile - one - 250 foot roll 4” perforated plastic
    tile
 4. Lakeside Chev Buick GMC - The Erie Belle - $100.00 voucher
 5. Lakeside Chev Buick GMC - The Erie Belle - $100.00 voucher
 6. Henderson’s Rona - $40.00 voucher
 7. Tim-Br Mart - $25.00 voucher
 8. Spikes Auto Parts - $25 voucher
 9. Hodgins Home Hardware - $25.00 voucher
10. Blue Horizon Farms - Soybean one unit
11. Blue Horizon Farms - Soybean one unit
12. Northfork Industries, Wally Houston - one stock cane
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     MOST POINTS IN FOUR FIELD CROPS
              COMPETITION

                         GORDON PATTERSON
                     FIELD CROP AWARD
                             FOR
              MOST POINTS IN THREE FIELD CROPS

     Award to be presented during the Opening Ceremonies
      and to be displayed in the Ripley Agricultural Society
                  trophy case in the Complex.

              Souvenir award to be donated by
           Ruthe Patterson and family to the winner.



EXHIBITORS MUST INCLUDE FIELD DIVISION ENTRIES
ON THEIR ENTRY FORM USING THE NUMBERS 1 - 12 FOR
CROPS JUDGED IN THE EXHIBITOR'S FIELD.

EXHIBITORS ARE ASKED TO HAVE KEITH VAN DER HOEK
CHECK OVER THEIR ENTRY FORM BEFORE HANDING IN.




                                     Friday - 5:00 to 11:00
                                     Saturday - ALL DAY
                                            SAVE $4.00
                                      by purchasing in advance.
                                       Armbands available on
                                     www.classicamusements.ca

       MIDWAY                          Available until Thursday,
                                        September 27, 2012.
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Class 2           FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Committee: Jack Campbell, Bob Harris, Kevin Osborne,
Joan Gillespie
Judge: Morgan Inglis
PRIZES IN SECTION 1 - 51 - $2.50; $2.00; $1.75; $1.50
 1. Beets – 5 short - globe
 2. Beets – 5 long - over 2 inches in length
 3. Cabbage – 2 late
 4. Cabbage – 2 savoy
 5. Cabbage – 2 red
 6. Carrots – 5 short - under 5 inches
 7. Carrots – 5 long - over 5 inches
 8. Carrots – 5 miniature
 9. Celery – 2 bunches
10. Citrons – 2
11. Corn – 5 cobs table corn
12. Corn – 5 cobs white pop corn
13. Corn – 5 cobs Indian or Calico
14. Cucumber – 2 table slicing
15. Cucumber – 1 largest
16. Cucumber – 2 burpless
17. Cucumber – qt. pickling
18. Marrow – 2 vegetable
19. Muskmelon – 2
20. Onions – 5 cooking from Dutch sets
21. Onions – 5 Spanish
22. Onions – qt. multiplier
23. Onions – qt. small Dutch sets
24. Onions – 5 any other variety
25. Parsnips – 5
26. Pumpkin – large field
27. Pumpkins – 2 pie
28. Pumpkins – 2 white
29. Peppers – 5 green
30. Peppers – 5 red
31. Peppers – 5 yellow
32. Peppers – 5 any other kind
33. Hot Peppers – 5
34. Squash – 2 hubbard
35. Squash – 2 pepper
36. Squash – 2 other garden
37. Squash – large field
38. Squash – Zucchini 2 small must have quality
39. Squash – 2 large Zucchini
40. Squash – 2 buttercup
41. Squash – 2 butternut
42. Squash – 2 spaghetti
43. Sunflower – 2 heads
44. Tomatoes – 5 table
45. Tomatoes - 5 green
46. Tomatoes – 5 paste type
47. Tomatoes – 5 tiny tim
48. Tomatoes – 5 yellow
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49. Any 3 vegetables different from above, 2 of each
50. 6 Pods fresh garden beans
51. Garlic – 5 bulbs
52. RALPH HUNTER MEMORIAL SPECIAL
    Best of Carrots from Classes 6 - 8
    Prizes: 1st - Gold - $15.00; 2nd - Silver - $10.00;
    3rd - Bronze - $5.00


             RALPH HUNTER MEMORIAL SPECIAL
                     2013 - PEPPERS


53. GIANT PUMPKIN - 1st- $10.00 donated by Judy Lowry;
    2nd - $8.00; 3rd - $6.00; 4th - $4.00
54. GIANT SQUASH - 1st- $10.00 donated by Judy Lowry;
    2nd - $8.00; 3rd - $6.00;
    4th - $4.00
55. LARGEST POTATO - 1st- $5.00 donated by Judy Lowry;
    2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00; 4th - $2.00

MOST POINTS IN VEGETABLES -
1st - McDonald’s - Great Taste Card
2nd - Affordable Quality Consignments - $25.00 voucher
3rd - Sobeys - $25.00 voucher
4th - Snip ‘n Clip - $16.00 voucher
5th - Zehrs - $10.00 voucher
6th - Country Depot - $10.00 voucher

56. COLLECTION OF GARDEN VEGETABLES - display 3 ft. by
    3 ft. - not more than two vegetables of one kind except for
    small kinds. Please identify vegetables or provide list.
    PRIZES: $10.00 cash for each entry
    Additional Prizes:
           1st- Kincardine Home Hardware - 2 x $25.00 vouchers
           2nd - Sobeys - $25.00 voucher
           3rd - Hal-Mur Honey - 2kg honey voucher
           4th - Farmer’s Diner - $10.00 voucher
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PRIZES IN SECTION 57 - 62:
1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.50; 3rd - $3.00; 4th - $2.75; 5th - $2.50; 6th -
$2.25; and $2.00 for each additional entry.

POTATO DISPLAY – each entry of 16 potatoes to be displayed on a
tray.
 57. Early white potatoes
 58. Red potatoes
Champion Tray of Potatoes – Tim-Br Mart - $25.00 voucher
Reserve – Snip n’ Clip - $16.00 voucher

APPLE DISPLAY – each entry of 16 apples to be displayed on a tray.
59. Dessert apples
60. Cooking apples
Champion Tray of Apples – Zehrs - 2 x $10.00 vouchers
Reserve – Tay’s Eatery - 4 x $5.00 vouchers


TRAY OF FRUIT – not more than 3 of one variety. No limit to number
of varieties.
61. Champion Tray of Fruit – GayLea Butter - 6 lbs
62. Reserve – Farmer’s Diner - $10.00 voucher
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Class 3              PLANTS AND FLOWERS
Committee: Ida Piel 519-395-5591, Fran Farrell, Sue Scott, Cathy
Farrell, Barb Kester, Shirley Hartwick.

POTTED PLANTS
Clean foliage with dead blooms removed. MUST BE HOME
INDOOR GROWN UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED or will be
disqualified. NEW EXHIBITORS PLEASE MARK TAGS AS FIRST
YEAR.

Prizes in sections 1-20 to be $2.25, $2.00, $1.75, $1.50
If more than 10 entries in a class, 2 extra prizes of $1.00 will
be awarded. If more than 18 entries, the class will be split.

 1.   African Violet, single crown, light colour
 2.   African Violet, single crown, dark colour
 3.   Plant with a religious name- named
 4.   Collection of Cacti and/or succulents, grown in one container
 5.   Baby Tears
 6.   Coleus, potted at least one month
 7.   Hibiscus in bloom
 8.   Fern, any kind, named if possible
 9.   Attractive Ivy, trained to climb, any type, supports allowed
10.   Orchid in bloom
11.   Aloe Vera plant
12.   Decorative Plant, potted, one variety only, in bloom, not
      mentioned above
13.   Any other house plant, one variety only, in bloom, not
      mentioned above
14.   Outdoor hanging planter, mixed, hanger not to be judged
15.   Outdoor hanging planter, single variety, hanger not to be
      judged
16.   Begonia(s) tuberous, in bloom, potted at least one month
17.   Geranium(s) in bloom, potted at least one month
18.   Patio (outdoor) planter, one variety of plant
19.   Patio (outdoor) planter, two or more varieties of plants
20.   Rare house plant, named


CUT FLOWERS
PLEASE USE A CONTAINER SUITABLY WEIGHTED TO
PREVENT TIPPING (ie. sand or stone). Include its own foliage
when possible.
BLOOM- an individual flower, one to a stem, do not leave buds
showing
STEM-may carry one or more flowers or buds
SPIKE- a thick, upright stem carrying several flowers
SPRAY- a portion of the plant with a number of flowers on one
stem
COLLECTION- a minimum of 3 different varieties
DISPLAY- may be one or more varieties
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Prizes in section 21- 48 to be $2.25, $2.00, $1.75, $1.50
21. Violas with foliage, in suitable container
22. Cosmos, 7 stems
23. Snapdragons, best collection
24. Canna Lily, 1 spike
25. Dahlia, 1 bloom, 4”-6” with foliage
26. Dahlia, 1 bloom, over 4”-6” with foliage
27. Dahlia, 3 of one variety with foliage
28. Dahlia, 1 bloom, no more than 2” in diameter
29. Gladiolus, 1 stem
30. Gladiolus, 2 stems, any colour
31. African Marigold, 5 blooms (2 ½” or more)
32. French Marigold, 5 blooms (less than approx. 2”)
33. Best display of Mums, variety and colour to count
34. Best display of Mums, one colour only
35. Pansies, 5 stems in suitable container
36. Petunias, best display, any type
37. A collection of native/roadside plants and/or flowers
38. Best display of Fall flowers, at least three different types
39. Rose, 1 hybrid Tea
40. Roses, 3 hybrid Tea, each a different colour
41. 2 sprays of Floribunda Roses
42. Container of Roses, 3 blooms
43. Bi-coloured Rose, 1 stem
44. Strawflowers, 3 stems, must be fresh
45. Zinnia, 3 blooms
46. Sedum, 3 stems or sprays
47. Hosta, 3 leaves from one variety
48. Any other perennial, not listed above, 3 stems or sprays,
     named

DESIGN
Accessories allowed. All flowers to be home grown.
NEW EXHIBITORS PLEASE MARK TAGS AS FIRST YEAR.

Prizes in sections 49- 63 to be $4.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50
49. “Flower Girls Basket”, an arrangement for a fall wedding
50. “Coffee Break”, am arrangement in a coffee mug
51. “Indian Summer”, fresh centerpiece in a pumpkin using fall
     colours, not to exceed 6” in all directions
52. “Autumn Hues”, a front porch display in fall colours using fall
     leaves, scarecrow(s), twigs, etc.
53. “A little goes a long Way”, a fresh arrangement not to exceed
     4” in any direction
54. “Green with Envy”, arrangement using only foliage in shades
     of green
55. “Witching Hour”, an arrangement for a Halloween party
56. “Rise and Shine”, an arrangement in an egg cup
57. “Reflections”, a flower arrangement displayed with mirror(s) or
     reflective material (ie. CD)
58. “Floating Garden”, any flower with own foliage, not
     necessarily attached, floating on water, not roses
59. “Morning Dew”, 1 rose bloom with own foliage, not
     necessarily attached, floating on water
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60. “A Walk in the Pines”, an arrangement in a 10” or 12” pot
    suitable for an insert in an urn, using evergreens, twigs,
    weeds, accessories allowed
61. “Scarecrow along the Yellow Brick Road”, your interpretation
    of the theme
62. “Sweeter than Wine”, an arrangement in a wine glass in
    shades of purple
63. “September Splendor”, an arrangement with a harvest theme

EXHIBITORS SPECIAL – live materials, not necessarily home
grown, accessories may be used

64. MEN ONLY SPECIAL - “It's a Man's World”, an arrangement
    in a container of your choice
    1st- Kincardine Home Hardware - $25.00 voucher
    2nd-Snip N Clip - haircut voucher
65. “Blowing in the Wind”, an arrangement using only ornamental
    grasses, variety to count
    1st- Wilk Gillen- $10.00
    2nd- Wilk Gillen- $5.00
66. “Hanging out with the scarecrow(s)”
    1st- I. C. Greenhouses- $10.00 voucher
    2nd- I. C. Greenhouses- $5.00 voucher
67. “Full Deck”, an arrangement, must include playing cards
    1st- I. C. Greenhouses- $10.00 voucher
    2nd- I.C. Greenhouses- $5.00 voucher
68. “Take the Cake”, an arrangement on a cake plate
    Prizes donated by Barb Kester
    1st- $12.00; 2nd- $8.00; 3rd- $5.00

MOST POINTS IN POTTED PLANTS- SECTIONS 1-20
     1st- Huron Landscaping - $25.00 voucher
     2nd- Jean’s Family Restaurant - $15.00 voucher
MOST POINTS IN CUT FLOWERS- SECTIONS 21-48
     1st- Smeltzer’s Garden Centre - $20.00 voucher
     2nd-Crabby Joe’s Tap & Grill - $10.00 voucher
MOST POINTS IN DESIGN- SECTIONS 49-63
     1st- Godfathers Pizza - $20.00 voucher
     2nd-Shear Design - $15.00 voucher
MOST POINT FIRST YEAR EXHIBITOR
     1st- Hawg’s Breath - $20.00 voucher
     2nd-Hal-Mur Honey - 2 kg honey
OVERALL GRAND CHAMPION
Cash awarded by Ripley Horticultural Society
     1st- $25.00
     2nd- $15.00
     3rd- $10.00
MOST POINTS IN EXHIBITS USING FALL FAIR THEME
Prizes donated by Karen Farrell
     1st- $15.00
     2nd- $10.00
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Class 4             CANNING
Canning Committee: Carol Shantz 519-396-5901,
Bernice Mitchell 519-395-2447.

EXHIBITS MUST NOT LEAVE THE HALL BEFORE 4:30 PM ON
THE FAIR SATURDAY OR PRIZE MONEY WILL BE FORFEITED.

If more than 10 entries in any one section, 2 additional prizes will
be awarded of $1.50 each.
If there is more than 18 entries in a section, the section will be
divided in half and judged as two separate sections excluding
specials.
Please watch Jar sizes.

  1.          New Exhibitor – Jar size to be 500 ml
                        Bucket Pickles
  4 cups white sugar              1 red pepper seeded & sliced
  2 cups white vinegar            1 green pepper seeded & sliced
  2 tablespoons pickling salt     1 large spanish onion sliced
  1 teaspoon turmeric             5 + cucumber with peels on sliced
  1 teaspoon mustard seed
  Measure first 5 ingredients in a 4 quart container (bucket)
  stir well.
  Add pepper and onion.
  Add cucumber to fill 4 quart container.
  Let set for 2 hours it will shrink down a bit.
  Cover and store in refrigerator for up to 6 months makes 2 1/2
  quarts.
   Open to all 1st and 2nd year exhibitors (including men).
        They must enter in at least two other sections of
                    2-36 to qualify for this prize.
       Prizes: 1st $6.00, 2nd $5.00; 3rd $4.00 and 4th $3.00


Prizes in section 2-38 to be $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50

JAMS AND JELLIES
Jars are to be 250 ml size and to be sealed or waxed except
freezer jams. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH JAR SIZE WILL
RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION.

 2.    Grape Jelly                9.   Raspberry Jam (cooked)
 3.    Apple Jelly               10.   Rhubarb Strawberry Jam (cooked)
 4.    Elderberry Jelly          11.   Plum Jam (cooked)
 5.    Red currant Jelly         12.   Orange Marmalade (cooked)
 6.    Pepper Jam                13.   Raspberry Jam (freezer)
 7.    Strawberry Jam (cooked)   14.   Peach Jam (freezer)
 8.    Peach Jam (cooked)        15.   Strawberry Jam (freezer)
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PICKLES AND RELISHES
All pickles and relishes are to be properly sealed in 500 ml or pint
jars OR WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. NO FOOD COLOURING.

16.   Nine Day Pickles           25. Hot dog Relish
17.   Dill Pickles               26. Zucchini Relish
18.   Bread and Butter Pickles   27. Fruit Chutney
19.   Icicle Pickles             28. Chilli Sauce (Veg)
20.   Pickles Beets              29. Tomatoes (Whole)
21.   Dilled carrots             30. Tomatoes (stewed)
22.   Pickled Corn Cobs          31. Raspberry oil dressing
23.   Dilled Beans                   (Bottle of choice)
24.   Pickled Onions             32. Salsa - Mild
                                 33. Salsa- hot

FRUIT
To be sealed in 500 ml or pint jars OR WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.

34. Pears                        37. Cherries
35. Peaches                      38. Apple Sauce
36. Yellow Plums

MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS 2-38
1st - Boston Pizza - $25.00 voucher
2nd -Fine Table & Bed - $20.00 voucher
3rd - Fine Fettle - $15.00 voucher

39. CERTO JAM SPECIAL
 1) Jars to be 250ml size
 2) All entries are to be made using sponsors product - Certo
    Fruit Pectin.
 3) Product label must accompany entry, as proof of purchase.
 4) All entries be judged on appearance taste texture and
    creativity of recipe - decision of judge is final.
 5) All winners names and address must be submitted with each
    entry.
 6) All first place winners will submit recipe proof of
    purchase with photograph and signed release form.
    Release form gives permission to the sponsor for the use of
    the winners name, recipe and photo in the other advertising or
    publicity without further payment.
    Please see a committee member Saturday when picking up
    exhibits to have photo and sign the release form.
    Prize will be withheld if the above rule is not adhered to.
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SCARECROW HEAVENLY AUTUMN CRANBERRY JAM
  2.2 lbs fully ripe pears (about 4 large pears)
  2/3 cup chopped cranberries
  1/4 cup unsweetened apple juice
  1/4 cup lemon juice ( bottled)
  5 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  1 tsp ground cinnamon
  1 box crystal Certo pectin
Wash, peel and mash ripe pears (3 cups of prepared fruit).
Combine cranberries & mash ripe pears (including juice) apple
juice, lemon juice, and spice.
Add Certo - Bring to full boil --- Add sugar.
Boil hard for 1 minute.
Remove from heat.
Skim foam.
Ladle into hot sterilized jars.
Makes six 250 ml jars.

PRIZES
1st - $20.00 product certificate
2nd -$10.00 product certificate
3rd -Gilbert’s Jewellery - $10.00 voucher

Prizes in sections 40-46
Prizes to be $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00

40. SOCIETY SPECIAL
    Jars to be 250ml size
    HUNGRY SCARECROW SANDWICH SPREAD
    12 large ripe Tomatoes
    3 large onions
    1 cup vinegar
    1cup brown sugar
    1 tablespoon salt

    1) Put on and cook all above ingredients well
    2) Strain through sieve
    3) Add 3 red and 1 green pepper chopped
    4) Mix together 5 teaspoon mustard and 1 cup flour and
       enough cold vinegar to make a paste
    5) Then mix into tomatoes and peppers
    6) Add 4 to 5 Tablespoons grated old cheese
    7) Boil for 10 minutes and Bottle

The following 41 to 44 -- jar size -- exhibitors choice
41. Dill pickles with garlic
42. Meatless spaghetti sauce
43. Men Only -Pickles Eggs
44. Honey Orange Vinaigrette
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45. DIABETIC SCARECROW APPLE PIE in a Jar --- 250 ml jars
    6 cups chopped peeled firm apples
    2 cups unsweented apple juice
    juice and grated zest of 1 lemon
    3 inch stick of cinnamon
    1 package of no sugar pectin
    3/4 cup of cranberries
    1 1/2 splenda no calorie sweetener
    1/2 teaspoon of butter
     In a large deep stainless steel saucepan combine apples -
     apples juice - lemon juice and zest -- cinnamon stick simmer
     for several minutes just till apples are begin to soften remove
     from heat --gradually add pectin until dissolved -- add
     cranberries and 1/2 teaspoon of butter (to reduce foaming)
     return to heat boil for 3 minutes -- add sweetener -- boil for 2
     more minutes remove for heat discard cinnamon stick and
     skim off foam --seal in 250 ml jars

46. REDUCED SODIUM SWEET PICKLES
    4 lbs pickling cucumbers 3 to 4 inches long
    3 1/2 cups granulated sugar, divided
    1tbsp pickling salt
    1 tbsp mustard seed
    5 2/3 cups white vinegar, divided
    1 tbsp whole allspice
    2 1/4 tsp celery seed
     Wash cucumber, discard stem and blossom ends.
     Cut cucumber into 1/4 inch slices.
     In a large stainless steel saucepan, combine 1/2 cup sugar, 1
     tbsp pickling salt, mustard seed and 4 cups vinegar bring to a
     boil.
     Add cucumbers --boil gently 5 to 7 minutes just until
     cucumbers change colour from bright green to a dull green.
     Drain cucumbers discarding cooking solution.
     In a separate saucepan, prepare pickling liquid - combine 3
     cups sugar, allspice, celery seed and 1 2/3 cup vinegar, bring
     to a boil
     add cucumber pour into sterilized jars and seal.
     Makes 5 X 500 ml jars.
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47. BERNARDIN GIFT PACK COMPETITION
    A) include a description of the gift entry
    B) Must include at least 3 filled mason jars (to be judged on
       taste and appearance) sealed with Bernardin snap or
       Bernardin collection Elite snap lids
    C) Must be submitted in appropriate container not necessarily
       a basket
    D) Maximum cost container and components not to exceed
       $20.00
    E) Entry may be decorated for any theme (holiday get well
       etc. ) and may include appropriate additional items such as
       soap, candles, candy, soup mixes etc
    F) Judges select winner based on creativity quality of home
       canned product perceived value and appropriateness of
       presentation
    G) Photo will be taken of class winner by committee
    PRIZES
    1st - Bernardin - $20.00 voucher
    2nd -Shear Design - $15.00 voucher
    3rd -Knechtel Foodmarket - $10.00 voucher

48. BERNARDIN JAM AWARD
    Best fruit jam using three kinds of fruits
    Bernardin snap lid and made with Bernardin Pectin. Must
    provide proof of purchase for pectin and enclose recipe.
    Judging will be based on texture , appearance & recipe
    creativity.
    PRIZES
    1st - Bernardin - $20.00 voucher and rosette.

49. SCARECROW FIESTA SALSA
    1) Must use a 500 ml Bernardin jar, Bernardin Snap Lids and
       Bernardin Salsa Mix.
       (Bernardin products can be found in Canadian Tire or
       Walmart).
       Must have proof of purchase of the Bernardin Salsa Mix
       only.
     11 cupped of chopped seeded tomatoes
     1 package Europe best fiesta tropical blend or mango and
      peaches chopped (4 cups)
     1 cup cider vinegar
     1 package of salsa Mix
    Add all ingredients and cook for 20 minutes
    Jar and seal
    PRIZES
    1st - New Image Hair Design - $20.00 voucher

50. BERNARDIN BEST OF SHOW AWARD
    To be awarded by judge and/or committee
    1st - Bernadin - $30.00 voucher and rosette
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Class 5            CULINARY ARTS - BAKING
Baking Committee: Donna Swan 519-395-4122, Kerry Houston,
Susan Colling, Lynda MacKenzie, Mary Farrell, Heather Dundas,
Myrtle Ann Watson, Emily Lotton, Lois Menzies.
Note: Nuts and nut by-products may be used in baking. No Bread
Machines or Mixes. Entries to be homemade by exhibitor. Please
attach entry tags on OUTSIDE of bag. Display in a clear plastic
bag on an UNBREAKABLE PLATE. Baked items to be made at
least 12 hours prior to judging day. If more than 10 entries in a
class, 2 extra prizes of $1.00 will be awarded. If more than 18
entries, the class will be split.
 1. 60% Whole Wheat Bread Special NOTE: Winner will also
    be asked to bake another loaf for the District Annual Meeting
    and the possibility of one more for the Annual Convention in
    February in Toronto.
     NOTE: The minimum pan sizes for breads and loaves is
     8" x 4" x 2 ½" or 20cm x 10 cm x 7 cm.
     The maximum pan size is 9" x 5" x 3" or 23 cm x 13 cm x 7.5
     cm. Sizes are approximate.
     Prizes for 60% Whole Wheat Bread donated by Ripley
     Agricultural Society
     1st - $7.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00
Prizes for sections 2 - 27 to be $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
BREAD - Using bread machine and/or by hand - NO MIXES.
 2. Bread, white
 3. Bread, braided
 4. Bread, gluten free
 5. Bread, cheese
BUNS AND ROLLS - Exhibit on approx. 6" UNBREAKABLE tray
or plate with entry tag attached on the outside.
NOTE: Buns are baked together, rolls are separate.
  6. Whole Wheat Rolls
  7. Cheese Buns
  8. Sticky Buns - NUT FREE
  9. Onion Buns
MUFFINS, COOKIES AND SQUARES - Paper baking cups
removed, no saran wrap, exhibit on approx. 6" UNBREAKABLE
plate in a ZIPLOC bag. No mixes, homemade only by exhibitor.
Entry tag attached to outside of bag.
Squares should be approx. 1 ½” x 1 ½”
 10. Tea Biscuits with fruit
 11. Scones, cheddar
 12. Peanut Butter Cookies
 13. Chocolate Chip Cookies
 14. Gingersnaps
 15. Brownie - NUT FREE
 16. Butter Tart Muffins
 17. Shortbread Cookies
 18. Date Squares
 19. Apple Oatmeal Muffins
 20. Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
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LOAVES - Exhibit in a clear Ziploc bag on oblong Styrofoam
plates, NO saran wrap. Attach entry tag to outside of bag.
21. Pumpkin Loaf
22. Lemon Loaf
23. Beer Bread (no yeast)
24. Gumdrop Loaf
TARTS - Homemade pastry. Exhibit in clear Ziploc bag. Attach
entry tag to outside of bag.
25. Lemon Tarts
26. Pecan Tarts
27. Mincemeat Tarts

              v BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND v
  All 1st PLACE CAKES & PIES BECOME THE PROPERTY OF
             THE RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
      TO BE AUCTIONED OFF ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
          - DURING THE AMBASSADOR COMPETITION

Prizes in sections 28 - 36 to be $10.00, $6.00, $4.00

CAKES - No mixes, no pans, display on UNBREAKABLE plate or
board. ZIPLOC OR PLASTIC BAG. 9” square or round. Attach
entry tag to outside of bag. Plates or boards will not be
returned as the first place cakes will be auctioned.
28. Chocolate Layer Cake
29. Turtle Cake
30. Red Velvet Cake
31. Coffee Cake in bundt pan - glazed

PIES - Homemade pastry and filling on FOIL 9” plate (for best
results please temper pie plates at 450° for 10-15 mins.), exhibit in
clear ZIPLOC BAG. Attach entry tag to outside of bag. Plates will
not be returned as the first place pies will be auctioned.
 32. Peach Pie, double crust
 33. Rhubarb Pie, double crust
 34. Pecan Pie
 35. Pear Pie, crumb top
 36. Bumbleberry Pie, double crust

PRIZES in sections 37 - 39 to be $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50
CANDY - Exhibit on 6" UNBREAKABLE plate, exhibit in clear
ZIPLOC bag. Attach entry tag to outside of bag.
37. Turtles
38. Sponge Toffee
39. White Chocolate Almond Bark

MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS 1 - 39
1st - Baxter’s Row - $25.00 voucher
2nd - Fine Table & Bed - $20.00 voucher
3rd - Knechtel Food Market - $10.00 voucher
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SOCIETY SPECIALS
PRIZES in sections 40 - 44 to be $8.00, $7.00, $6.00,
    $5.00, $4.00
Sections 40 - 43 TO BE JUDGED ON APPEARANCE AND
PRESENTATION
40. Decorated scarecrow cake not to exceed 18”
41. “Harvest Meal to the Fields” to include 3 items from culinary
    arts canning or baking, may include other items
42. Layered mix your choice (soup, drink, cookie etc.)
43. Gift basket for "the morning after the dance" must include 3
    items from canning or baking, may include other items.
RIPLEY SOCIETY SPECIAL
44. Caramel Squares
     -semi-sweet chocolate
    First layer:
    1 1/4 cup butter
    1/4 white sugar
    ½ cup plus 2 tablespoon butter

     Second Layer:
     1/2 cup butter
     ½ cup brown sugar
     2 tbsp corn syrup
     ½ cup condensed milk

      First layer: combine ingredients, press into a 9 X 9 pan,
     Bake @ 350 for 20 minutes.
      Second Layer: Combine ingredients, boil over medium heat
     for 5 minutes, stirring til thick. Pour over bottom layer.
      Drizzle melted semisweet chocolalte over caramel layer
     (Second layer)
MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS 40 - 44
1st - Jerome Flowers & Gifts - $25.00 voucher
2nd - Lucknow Pharmasave - $20.00 voucher
3rd - Scoop & Save - $10.00 voucher

45. GAY LEA FOODS CO-OPERATIVE LTD. - TEESWATER
    Butter Tarts, plain - 3 on UNBREAKABLE plate in Ziploc bag,
    entry tag attached to outside of bag.
    Prizes donated by Gay Lea Foods Co-op.
    1st - 3 lbs. butter, 2nd - 2 lbs. butter, 3rd - 1 lb. butter
46. HOMEFRONT ACRES
    Apple Pie, 2 crust - UNBREAKABLE, approx. 9” plate.
    Prizes donated by Roger & Gail Farrell
    1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00
    Each additional entry receives a product voucher from
    Homefront Acres.
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47. PINE RIVER CHEESE CO-OPERATIVE
    4 ways to serve cheese, each way to be a single serving,
    other foods may be used (e.g. fruit, crackers etc.) Must
    include Pine River Cheese label. Tray size not to exceed
    12” round or square.
    Prizes donated by Pine River Cheese Co-op.
    1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00, 4th - $ 4.00

48. NEW EXHIBITOR SPECIAL
    Open to all first time exhibitors or those who have not shown
    for three years at the Ripley-Huron Fall Fair.
    Display 3 of 1 ½” x 1 ½” on a unbreakable plate in a
    ziploc bag.
    EASY AS 1, 2, 3
          1 box Ritz crackers or equivalent
          1 can condensed milk
          1 pkg of Skor chipits
    Crush crackers in a bag with a rolling pin. In a bowl mix
    crushed crackers, milk and 1/4 pkg. of Skor bits. Bake in a
    greased 9’’x9’’ pan at 350 for 10-12 min. Sprinkle with
    remaining chipits.
    PRIZES:
    1st - Sobeys - $25.00 voucher
    2nd - The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher
    3rd - Scoop & Save - $10.00 voucher

49. "MEN ONLY "
    Chow Mein Noodle Chocolate Noodle Drops
    1 pkg choc chip
    1 pkg butterscotch chips
    1 cup peanuts
    1 cup chow mein noodles
    Melt chips in top of double boiler. Add noodles and nuts. Drop
    onto wax paper.
    PRIZES
    1st - The New Seasons Restaurant - $20.00 voucher
    2nd - Snip n Clip - $16.00 haircut voucher
    3rd - The Erie Belle - $10.00 voucher
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50. RICE KRISPIES BAKING CONTEST
    Exhibit 3 on an approx. 6" UNBREAKABLE plate in a
    ZIPLOC bag.
    MARS BAR SQUARES
      4 regular size Mars bars
      ½ cup butter
      2 cup Rice Krispies
      1 cup milk chocolate chip
      1/4 cup butter
    Melt Mars bars with ½ cup butter in a saucepan and then add
    Rice Krispies. Mix well and pour into a square baking dish.
    Melt 1/4 cup butter with chocolate chips and pour over top.
    Refrigerate for a few hours before serving
    PRIZES:
    1st - The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher
    2nd - Zehrs - $10.00 voucher
    3rd - 2 lbs butter



COUNTRY FAIR BAKING CONTEST RULES - Classes 51 - 55
 1. All entries are to be made using sponsor’s product.
 2. Product label must accompany entry, as proof of purchase.
 3. All entries to be judged on appearance, taste, texture and
    creativity of recipe - decision of judge is final.
 4. All winners' names and addresses must be submitted with
    each entry.
 5. First place winners must submit recipe, proof of
    purchase, with photograph and signed release form.
    Release form gives permission to the sponsors for use of
    winner's name, recipe and photo in other advertising or
    publicity without further payment.
    *Please see a committee member Saturday when picking
    up exhibits to have photo taken and to sign the release
    form. Prize will be withheld if the above rule is not
    adhered to.

51. ACH FOODS - FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST BEST BREAD
    BAKING CONTEST
    White Bread. Include logo as proof of purchase.
    PRIZES:
    1st - $15.00 plus gift prize
    2nd - $10.00 plus gift prize

52. TENDERFLAKE PIE BAKING CONTEST
    Dutch Apple Pie, double crust, homemade filling
    All entrants must supply a pie entry with pastry using
    Tenderflake Lard. Label as proof of purchase and recipe must
    accompany each entry. Entry must be on UNBREAKABLE
    plate in Ziploc bag with entry tag attached to outside of bag.
    PRIZES:
    1st - Gift Prize by Country Fair Baking Contest
    2nd - Gift Prize by Country Fair Baking Contest
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53. FAMILY FAVOURITE SMUCKER’S ROBIN HOOD FLOUR -
    LOAF CAKE CONTEST
    Cherry Loaf, attach proof of purchase to entry tag.
    PRIZES:
    1st - $25.00 gift certificate by Country Fair Baking Contest
    2nd - $10.00 gift certificate by Country Fair Baking Contest

54. ACH FOODS MAZOLA AND BEEHIVE BAKING CONTEST
     OAT RAISIN BREAD
       1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
       1 cup whole wheat flour
       1 cup uncooked quick or old fashioned oats
       2 tsp. baking soda
       1 1/2 tsp. salt
       2 eggs
       1 1/2 cups buttermilk
       1/2 cup Crown Lily white or Golden Corn Syrup
       1/2 cup packed brown sugar
       1/4 cup Mazola Corn oil
       1 cup raisins
    Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease and flour 2 (9"x5"x3") loaf
    pans. Combine flours, oats, baking soda, salt. Combine
    eggs, buttermilk, syrup, sugar and corn oil until blended, stir
    into flour mixture until moistened. Stir in raisins. Put in pans.
    Bake 45-50 minutes approx. Cool in pans 10 minutes.
     PRIZES:
     1st - $15.00 plus gift prize
     2nd - $10.00 plus gift prize

55. SMUCKER’S CRISCO - TART CONTEST
    Butter Tart with Fruit, exhibit 3 on an unbreakable 6" plate.
    Proof of purchase and recipe must be attached to entry tag.
    PRIZES:
    1st - $25.00 gift certificate for Crisco Product
    2nd - $10.00 product certificate
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Class 6             NEEDLEWORK
Committee: Judy Snobelen 519-395-2771, Joan McCormick, Bern
Scott, Denise Jameson, Donna Fitzgerald, Sheila Zsiga, Jackie
Scott, Sandra McDonald
     ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES
        ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT COMPETITION
          "ELIGIBILITY, RULES AND REGULATIONS”
GENERAL CONDITIONS
A. The exhibitor must complete all work unless otherwise
   specified and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario
   Association of Agricultural Societies (OASS) Fair to be eligible
   for this competition.
B. Entry quilts must be a minimum of 72” x 90”.
C. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial
   Grand Champion Quilt will be selected from first place winning
   quilts from District competitions a the Annual Convention of
   OASS.
D. Upon making an entry into the OAAS Hand or Machine Quilt
   Competition, the exhibitor agrees to participate in any
   provincial activities related to the competition.
E. The winning OAAS Champion Quilt will not be eligible to
   compete in any future District and/or Convention OAAS
   Competition.
F. The Winner's name and pattern is to be displayed at the Fair
   on sign provided by the OASS.
G. The Entry judged Best of Show at the February Convention will
   be declared the OAAS Championship Quilt. A $500. Grand
   Prize will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of
   the quilt.
H. The machine quilted quilt must have visible quilting for machine
   quilting championship.
LOCAL FAIR COMPETITIONS
1. Each local fair is entitled to send only the GRAND CHAMPION
   HAND QUILT and ONE MACHINE QUILTED QUILT, (judged
   BEST OF SHOW OF ALL CLASSES) to the District
   Competition or if any entry wins GRAND CHAMPION or BEST
   OF ALL ELIGIBLE QUILTS at more than one Fair, the other
   Fairs at which this quilt was entered and won should enter
   their RESERVE CHAMPION or SECOND BEST OF THE
   QUILT SHOW quilt in the District Competition.
   NOTE: If an exhibitor wins GRAND CHAMPION or BEST OF
   SHOW OF ALL ELIGIBLE QUILTS at other than his/her own
   Fair, or at more than one Fair, the Exhibitor must consider the
   Agricultural Society nearest his/her home address as the one
   from which the quilt will be sent to the District Meeting.
2. An Exhibitor who wins more than one BEST OF SHOW title
   with a different quilt at different Fairs shall be entitled to enter
   each winning quilt to compete at the District Competition.
3. Local Homecraft Divisions are requested to judge a GRAND
   CHAMPION or BEST OF SHOW OF ALL CLASSES OF ALL
   ELIGIBLE QUILTS. As well as a RESERVE GRAND
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    CHAMPION or SECOND BEST OF SHOW OF ALL
    CLASSES. The GRAND CHAMPION and RESERVE GRAND
    CHAMPION are judged from ALL FIRST and SECOND PRIZE
    QUILTS.
NOTE:
 1. (NEW) No samples of materials used are required.
 2. Articles must be clean and will be ruled out if shown more
    than two years.
 3. Quilts must be minimum 72” x 90” unless otherwise specified.
 4. Sections 1-11 must be hand quilted. Sections 12-24 as
    indicated in prize list.
QUILTS
Prizes in sections 1 – 25 to be $14., $12., $10., $8.
 1. Quilt, pieced
 2. Child's Quilt, single size, approx. 58” x 72”
 3. Quilt, whole cloth
 4. Quilt, preprinted fabric (cheater)
 5. Quilt, quilted by a group
 6. Quilt, appliquéd by hand
 7. Quilt, appliquéd by machine
 8. Crib Quilt
 9. Crib Quilt, purchased panel
10. Wall Quilt, larger than 26” x 26”
11. Wall Quilt, smaller than 26” x 26”
12. Quilt, pieced, machine quilted
13. Quilt any other kind, 72” x 90” or larger
14. Quilt, any other kind, smaller than 72” x 90”
15. Wall Quilt, larger than 26” x 26”, machine quilted
16. Wall Quilt, smaller than 26” x 26”, machine quilted
17. Crib Comforter, tied
18. Crib quilt, pre-printed panel (hand OR machine quilted)
18. Raggedy Flannel quilt
19. Quilt top only, minimum 72” x 90” not quilted
20. Quilt top only, smaller than 72” x 90” not quilted
21. Quilt, any other kind, machine quilted, minimum 72” x 90”
22. Quilt, any other kind, machine quilted, smaller than 72” x 90”
23. Single bed quilt, approx. 58” x 72”, machine quilted
24. Miniature Quilt, approx. 18” x 18” or smaller (a miniature quilt
     is a tiny version of a full size quilt. If blocks are used, they
     must be 3” x 3” or less). A bound full size block is NOT
     considered a Miniature Quilt.
25. Quillow
BEDROOM
Prizes in sections 26 – 33 to be $5., $4., $3., $2.
26. Decorated hand towels (set of two)
27. One Pillowcase, embroidered in cross stitch
28. One Pillowcase, embroidered, not liquid
29. One Pillowcase, crocheted edge
30. One Pillowcase, sewn double size
31. Dresser Runner
32. Cushion, suitable for a bedroom
33. Cushion, suitable for a teenager's bedroom
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KITCHEN
Prizes in section 34 – 51 to be $5., $4., $3., $2.
34. Two Placemats, crochet or knit
35. Two Placemats, sewn
36. Tablecloth, sewn, approx. 45” x 45”
37. Table Runner, pieced, at least 36” long
38. Valance, ready to hang
39. Wall Hanging, any needlework, ready to hang
40. Dish Cloth – knit
41. Dish Cloth – crochet
42. Holiday Apron
43. Half Apron
44. Bib Apron from preprinted panel
45. Casserole carrier, no dish
46. Handi-wipe Kitchen Towel
47. Two Pot Holders, sewn
48. Tea Cozy, no pot
49. One Tea Towel, sewn
50. Two Hot Dish Mats, sewn
51. Recycled denim article for kitchen

LIVING ROOM
Prizes in sections 52 – 68 to be $5., $4., $3., $2.
52. Coffee Table Runner
53. Cushion, fabric panel, hand quilted
54. Cushion, crochet
55. Cushion, knit
56. Cushion, fabric pieced
57. No sew Fleece Blanket – approx. 40” x 60” or larger
58. Afghan, knit, solid colour, approx. 40” x 60”
59. Afghan, knit, multi-coloured, approx. 40” x 60”
60. Afghan, crochet, solid colour, approx. 40” x 60”
61. Afghan, crochet, multi-coloured, approx. 40” x 60”
62. Afghan, baby, crochet
63. Doily under 12”, fine crochet cotton, mounted
64. Centrepiece, over 12” and under 20”, crochet, mounted
65. Counted Cross Stitch Picture, ready to hang, 8” x 10” or larger
66. Counted Cross Stitch Picture, ready to hang, smaller than
     8” x 10”
67. Christmas Tree Skirt
68. Christmas Wall Hanging

BABY'S ROOM
Prizes in section 69 – 76 to be $5., $4., $3., $2.
 69. Sewn Bib
 70. Receiving Blanket
 71. Snuggle Blanket
 72. Bath Towel
 73. Girl's Dress, size 0-24 months
 74. Boy's pants, size 0-24 months
 75. Baby Sweater, knit
 76. Baby Sweater, crochet
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KNITTING AND CROCHETING

CHILDREN'S WEAR
Prizes in section 77 – 87 to be $5., $4., $3., $2.
 77. Child's Cardigan, knit, size 2 – 6x, sayelle
 78. Child's Cardigan, knit, size 2 – 6x, chunky
 79. Child's Pullover, knit, size 2 – 6x
 80. Child's Pullover, Fair Isle, size 2 – 6x
 81. Child's Pullover, knit, size 8 – 14
 82. Child's knit or crochet poncho
 83. Child's knit or crochet sleeveless vest
 84. Child's knit slippers
 85. Child's crochet slippers
 86. Child's knit toque
 87. Child's knit mitts

ADULT WEAR
Prizes in section 88 – 103 to be $5., $4., $3., $2.
 88. Ladies' Fair Isle Pullover, knit on circular needles
 89. Ladies' knit Pullover, medium weight yarn
 90. Ladies' knit Pullover, chunky
 91. Crocheted item or clothing
 92. Ladies' knit Cardigan, medium weight yarn
 93. Ladies' knit Cardigan, chunky
 94. Ladies' Toque, knit
 95. Ladies' Mitts, knit
 96. Ladies' Headband and Mitt set
 97. Ladies 'felted' Article
 98. Men's knit Long Sleeve Pullover
 99. Men's knit Vest
100. Men's knit Mitts
101. Men's knit Work Socks
102. Men's knit Toque
103. Men's knit Slippers

SEWING CORNER

CHILDREN'S WEAR
Prizes in section 104 - 110 to be $5., $4., $3., $2.
104. Child's Dress, size 2 – 6x, sewn
105. Child's Dress, size 7- 14
106. Child's Polar Fleece garment
107. Child's Sleepwear, size 2 – 6
108. Child's Sleepwear, size 7- 14
109. Child's Hat, sewn
110. Child's Fabric Bag
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ADULT WEAR
Prizes in section 111 - 124 to be $5., $4., $3., $2.
111. Adult Sleepwear
112. Ladies' Vest
113. Ladies' Jacket
114. Ladies' Dress
115. Ladies' Fabric Purse
116. Ladies' Fabric Shopping Tote


Special theme articles must be sewn using HANGING OUT WITH
SCARECROWS type fabric.
117. Wall Hanging
118. Pillowcase
119. Pillow - approx. 16’’ x 16’’
120. Article of Clothing
121. Apron
122. Tablecloth
123. Placemats (set of two)
124. Fabric Grocery Bag



125.
                 ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF
                 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES
       COMMUNITY SERVICE CHALLENGE PROJECT
                              2012
       Cuddle Blanket, approximately 45” x 45”, for a child.
                      May be knit or sewn.
          All blankets will become the property of the
          Ripley Agricultural Society to be donated to
               Women’s House of Bruce County.

                               Prizes:
              1st - Fine Table & Bed - $20.00 voucher
                    2nd - Zehrs - $10.00 voucher
                 3rd - Tay’s Eatery - $5.00 voucher




                                       Friday - 5:00 to 11:00
                                       Saturday - ALL DAY
                                              SAVE $4.00
                                        by purchasing in advance.
                                         Armbands available on
                                       www.classicamusements.ca

        MIDWAY                           Available until Thursday,
                                          September 27, 2012.
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PRIZES: Three prize vouchers will be awarded for each of the
following categories:

MOST POINTS IN QUILTS 1 - 25
1st - The Hair Connection - $40.00 voucher
2nd - The Knotty Pine - $25.00 voucher
3rd - The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher

MOST POINTS IN FOUR ROOMS 26 - 76
1st - Sole Energy - Ion Cleanse - $30.00 voucher
2nd - Lucknow Pharmasave - $20.00 voucher
3rd - Zehrs - $10.00 voucher

MOST POINTS IN KNITTING AND CROCHETING 77 - 103
1st - First Impression - 2 Sauna Sessions - $34.00 value
2nd - Finchers - $20.00 voucher
3rd - Zehrs - $10.00 voucher

MOST POINTS IN SEWING 104 - 124
1st - Allure Aesthetics - Kayla Kempton - $40.00 gift bag
2nd - Carolyn Ball Beauty Salon - $25.00 gift bag
3rd - Condor Books - $10.00 voucher

MOST POINTS IN NEEDLEWORK
1st - Lebold Butcher Shop - $40.00 voucher
2nd - Governor’s Inn $25.00 voucher
3rd - Knetchel Food Market - $10.00 voucher

GRAND CHAMPION QUILT
Harvey Financial Solutions - sunflower wall art - $50.00 value

RESERVE CHAMPION QUILT
PharmaPlus - $25.00 voucher

MACHINE QUILTED CHAMPION
Sleepers Bed Gallery - pillow - $30.00 value
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Class 7                 ARTS AND CRAFTS
Committee: Lynne Jewson 519-395-2487, Shirley Walden,
Pauline Kempton, Marlene Van Ryswyk.
ALL WORK TO BE THE WORK OF THE EXHIBITOR.
PREFERENCE GIVEN TO NEW WORK. ITEMS MAY BE SHOWN
FOR TWO YEARS MAXIMUM. ALL ARTWORK MUST BE DRY,
FRAMED AND READY TO HANG. PLEASE ENSURE WIRE
HANGERS ARE SECURE. RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE. FAILURE TO COMPLY
WITH ABOVE RULES WILL LEAD TO DISQUALIFICATION.
PAINTING: Prizes in sections 1-7 to be $6.00, $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
 1. Oil
 2. Acrylic
 3. Watercolour
 4. Nature (Plants, Animals, Birds, etc.), any media
 5. Any Season, any media
 6. Abstract
 7. Autumn scene any media can be “Theme” related

DRAWING: Prizes in sections 8-11 to be $6.00, $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
 8. Charcoal
 9. Pencil
10. Pen and Ink
11. Autumn scene can be “Theme” related any pencil, ink or
    pastel drawing
SPECIAL - “Hanging Out with Scarecrows at the
           Ripley Fall Fair”
12. Table Centerpiece incorporating Fair theme, not to exceed 18”
Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00
Prizes in sections 13 - 61 to be $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
13. Any sewn article using Fair “theme” fabric
14. Woodcraft, handmade under 12”
15. Wooden toy, handmade under 18”
16. Handmade wooden article under 24
17. Green Art- article made from recycled material(s), name what
     article was used for originally
18. Green Art - Scarecrow. Made from “found” material
19. Homemade Angel
20. Handmade Scarecrow - any media
21. Handmade article made from used CD's or DVD's
22. Pottery, any article made by exhibitor 18”or less
23. Garden Art - handmade from any media
24. Homemade Wind Chimes
25. Mirror - decorated by exhibitor any media
26. Decorative Painting on Wood, 24”or less
27. Decorative Painting, any surface except wood
28. Homemade thank-you / hostess gift
29. Handcrafted yard sign using “Fair theme”
30. Decorative switch plate cover
31. Grapevine wreath decorated by exhibitor Autumn theme
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32.   Tote/ Shopping Bag hand decorated, any media
33.   Mosaic Article , made by exhibitor
34.   Homemade Garden Ornament - “Theme” related
35.   Homemade Greeting Card using stamp(s)
36.   Homemade Greeting Card
37.   Memory Keepsake Book cover decorated by exhibitor
38.   Jewelry set handmade - earrings & necklace
39.   Jewelry handmade - bracelet
40.   Handmade Magnet
41.   Homemade Barn Board creation - “Theme” related
42.   Handmade Door Stop
43.   Homemade Candle(s)

SPECIAL OCCASIONS
HALLOWEEN
44. Handmade Treat container for a child to carry
45. Halloween Door Decoration
46. Decorated Paper Bag
47. Halloween table centrepiece using mini pumpkins or gourds
48. Homemade Witch
49. Homemade Costume
50. Carved Jack O’ Lantern
51. Decorated Pumpkin, not carved

CHRISTMAS
52. Handmade Advent Calendar
53. Handmade Christmas Tree Ornaments, 3 of a kind - ready to
    hang - please bring in a clear Ziploc bag
54. Handmade Christmas Decoration for a Mantle
55. Decorated Sleigh
56. Handmade Christmas Garland - up to 5 ft long
57. Decorated Christmas Wreath
58. Decorated Christmas Grapevine Wreath

EASTER
59. Decorated wooden Easter Egg - any media - displayed in an
    egg cup holder - holder not judged
60. Decorated Easter Bonnet or Hat
61. Handmade Bunny rabbit

62. HOMEFRONT ACRES SPECIAL
Decorative Apple Basket - using Autumn theme
PRIZES donated by Roger & Gail Farrell
1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00
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MOST POINTS IN PAINTING AND DRAWING: Sections 1-11
1st - Nine Waves, Kincardine & Lucknow - $25.00 voucher
2nd - The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher
3rd - The Erie Belle - $10.00 voucher
MOST POINTS IN HALLOWEEN SECTIONS: 44 - 51
1st - MacAdams Video - $25.00 voucher
2nd - The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher
3rd - Zehrs - $10.00 voucher
MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS: 52 - 61
1st - Crossroads - $30.00 voucher
2nd - Hodgins Home Hardware - $25.00 voucher
3rd - The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher
MOST POINTS OVERALL SECTIONS: 1 - 62
1st - Eight Sisters - $50.00 voucher
2nd - The Kincardine News - Happy Note voucher
3rd - The Wood Shop - $20.00 voucher
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Class 8                             JUNIOR
Committee: Gail Lotton 519-395-5621,
Kathleen Ackert, Shirley Galloway, Mary Rose Walden, Karen
Stanley.
JUNIOR RULES
We no longer require the exhibitor’s age to be on the tag.
 1. Open to boys and girls 4 to 11 years and 12-18 years old as
    of DEC. 31, 2012.
    Please read each category regarding age, as posters and
    specials use different age requirements. Please call a
    committee member if you have any questions.
 2. No entry fee, but exhibitors must obtain an exhibitor number
    from the Society.
 3. Junior exhibitor numbers – cannot be used to exhibit in adult
    section.
 4. First year exhibitors will be given a 1200 series number, and
    will maintain that number until they are no longer a junior
    exhibitor. Please give age of exhibitor to secretary when
    obtaining number.
 5. If more than 10 entries in a class, two additional prizes will be
    added of $1.25 and $1.00.
 6. If more than 20 entries in a class, 2 firsts, 2 seconds, 2 thirds
    and 2 fourths will be awarded.
 7. All cooking items are to be displayed on an approximate 6”
    UNBREAKABLE plate, in a ZIPLOC plastic bag.

 8. Exhibits must be displayed until 4:30 p.m. Saturday of the
    fair. Please remember to pick up exhibits at this time; the
    committee WILL NOT be responsible for storing exhibits.


1A. YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION - SPECIAL
Theme: "Promoting Your Fair”
i: - Youth up to and including Grade 6 - June, 2012
ii: - Youth Grade 7 to Grade 12 inclusive - June, 2012
  1. Must be hand drawn - include Fair name and date
  2. Poster size: minimum 8 ½" x 11" (23 cm x 28 cm)
                   maximum 12" x 18" (30.5 cm x 46 cm)
  3. POSTERS TO BE MOUNTED ON BLACK ART CARD AND
     TO HAVE A 2” BORDER.
  4. Judging Standards:
       Competition Theme Clear - 40 points
       Attracts & Holds Attention - 30 points
       Overall Appearance - 20 points
       Quality of Materials/End Product - 10 points
  5. The winning poster at Ripley Fair will be eligible to enter the
     District 10 Competition
  6. Limited to one entry per class at the District Competition.
  7. The District winner will compete for prizes at the Ontario
     Association of Agricultural Societies Convention in Toronto in
     February 2013.
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 8. Name of Fair, contact person, owner of poster and school
    represented to be clearly labeled on the back for District and
    Provincial Levels.
    PRIZES
    1st - $12.00
    2nd - $8.00
    3rd - $5.00



EARLY YEARS AGES 5 AND UNDER
RBC Royal Bank - colouring book donated to each child
McDonald’s Restaurant - fry voucher
To be exhibited and named only, each child will receive an award
for articles exhibited.

 1.   Corn cob made from playdoh.
 2.   Finger painting on an 8 ½” x 11” paper of your father.
 3.   A coloured picture using theme
 4.   Paper plate scarecrow mask.
 5.   Decorated wooden spoon.


JUNIOR - 4 to 11 YEARS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2012
Exhibits must be displayed until 4:30 p.m. Saturday of the fair.
Please remember to pick up exhibits at this time; the
committee WILL NOT be responsible for storing exhibits.

Prizes in sections 2-32
1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.50, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.50, 5th - $2.00,
6th - $1.50

 2. RIPLEY SOCIETY SPECIAL
    Chocolate Haystack Cookies
    2 cups sugar
    ½ cup milk
    ½ cup butter or margarine
    ½ cup cocoa
    ½ teaspoon vanilla
    3 cups rolled oats
    1 cup flaked coconut
    In a medium saucepan, combine sugar, milk, butter and
    cocoa. Heat to boiling and stir frequently. When the mixture
    has reached a rolling boil, reduce heat and cook for five
    minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and mix in
    vanilla, oats and coconut. Drop by spoonful onto wax paper,
    work quickly, let cool!
    Exhibit 3 cookies

 3.   Lemon Cranberry muffins (3)
 4.   Chocolate chip cookies (3)
 5.   Party Mix, 1 cup in a Ziploc bag
 6.   Decorated cupcake, judged on appearance only using theme
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 7. Decorated popcorn ball using theme
 8. Musical instrument from recycled milk carton(s), not to
    exceed 18 inches
 9. Best dressed wooden spoon
10. A tractor made from playdoh
11. A decorated hat using theme
12. A decorated paper plate using theme
13. A hardboiled egg decorated using theme
14. Decorated rock under 4”
15. Scarecrow using detergent bottle
16. Make a picture using straw only, mounted on a ¼ sheet of
    Bristol board
17. Homemade vehicle made from recycled juice boxes
18. Hand drawn picture of a scarecrow
19. Necklace made from pasta
20. A placemat using theme made from a ¼ sheet of Bristol board
21. Decorated clothespin using theme
22. House made from lego, no kits, not to exceed 8 inches
23. Hand drawn picture of your family
24. Corn cob scarecrow
25. Homemade scarecrow, self supporting over 3 feet
26. Pet made from gourd
27. Corn Sheaf – 3 stocks, cobs attached
28. Hay – sample, securely tied - 1st cut
29. Grain corn – 3 cobs
30. Decorated pie pumpkin under 8 inches
31. Most unusual shaped edible vegetable
32. Largest potato

MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS 2 - 32
1st - Bulk Barn - pinâte
2nd - Don’s HiFi - hand held game
3rd - Lake Huron Video & Books - one movie rental
MOST POINTS FIRST YEAR EXHIBITOR AGE 4 to 11 - Must
exhibit at least 3 entries to qualify.
1st - Expedia - child’s travel bag
2nd - Don’s HiFi - hand held game
3rd - Lake Huron Video & Books - one movie rental


JUNIOR - AGES 12 - 18 AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2012
Exhibits must be displayed until 4:30 p.m. Saturday of the fair.
Please remember to pick up exhibits at this time; the
committee WILL NOT be responsible for storing exhibits.

Prizes in sections 33 - 65
Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.50

33. RIPLEY SOCIETY SPECIAL - Chocolate Haystack Cookies
    (3)
    NOTE: Please use same recipe in Section 2 of the Junior
    ages 4 to 11.
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34. Pumpkin cookies (3)
35. Party mix, one cup in a Ziploc bag
36. Decorated cake, using theme, judged on appearance only
37. Banana chocolate chip muffins (3)
38. Lemon Loaf
39. Scarecrow made from edible items not to exceed 12 inches
40. Creation out of crushed pop cans
41. Decorated mason jar using theme
42. Homemade garden ornament
43. Homemade beaded Jewelry
44. Flower arrangement in a pumpkin, real or artificial flowers.
45. Homemade Christmas card
46. Scrapbook page - no glass
47. Handmade sewn article
48. Autumn door decoration using theme
49. Four pictures of cloud formations, taken by the exhibitor,
    mounted on ¼ sheet of Bristol board
50. Penmanship – Handwritten (no printing) on unlined paper,
    mounted on bristol board
                            Five Crows
                    Five crows all shiny black,
                    Sat on a scarecrow's back,
          Eating some most delicious corn….yum, yum!
              Scarecrow winked and shouted “Boo!”
               Scared one crow and away he flew,
         Now there are four black shiny crows, caw, caw!

51.   Decorated locker mirror - not to exceed 5x7
52.   Centrepiece using theme, under 12 inches in any direction
53.   Pencil sketch on 8 ½” x 11” paper
54.   Handmade wooden article
55.   Scarecrow, self supporting over 3 feet
56.   Homemade key chain
57.   Corn cob scarecrow
58.   Pottery item
59.   Corn Sheaf – 3 stalks, cobs attached
60.   6 Soybean stalks made into a sheaf, roots attached
61.   Grain corn – 3 cobs
62.   Hay – sample, securely tied – 1st cut
63.   Carved pumpkin
64.   Outdoor planter - an arrangement for Christmas
65.   Most unusual shaped edible vegetable

MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS 33 - 65
1st - Phoenix Street Wear - t-shirt
2nd - KFC - 2 x 1 piece chicken & fry voucher
3rd - Subway - 6" sub

MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS 33 - 65 - FIRST YEAR EXHIBITOR
AGES 12-18 - Must exhibit at least 3 entries to qualify
1st - Phoenix Street Wear - t-shirt
2nd - KFC - 2 x 1 piece chicken & fry voucher
3rd - Subway - 6" sub
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66. O.A.A.S. SPECIAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE SPECIAL
    RULES:
    1. Exhibit eight (8) cookies on a 6" unbreakable plate in Ziploc
       bag.
    2. Contest open to youth ages 10 - 15 (as of December 31st
       of the current year)
    3. One entry per exhibitor
    4. First place winner from Ripley Fair will be eligible to enter
       the District O.A.A.S. Competition.
    PRIZES: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00
67. ACH FOODS FLEISCHMANN’S YEAST YOUTH BREAD
    CONTEST
    One loaf of Homemade White Bread. Exhibitors must be
    under the age of 16 - please indicate age on top right corner
    of exhibitor’s tag.
    PRIZES: 1st - $15.00 gift prize product
68. SMUCKER’S ROBIN HOOD FLOUR YOUTH BEST
    LUNCHBOX SNACK CONTEST
    Exhibit three (3) homemade squares on a 6" unbreakable
    plate in a Ziploc bag.
    Include recipe and Robin Hood logo as proof of purchase.
    Exhibitors must be 12 years and under - please indicate age
    on top right corner of exhibitor’s tag.
    PRIZE: 1st - $15.00 gift prize product

OVERALL MOST POINTS IN JUNIOR SECTION
Exhibitor with the Highest Points in the Junior Section will receive
a trophy awarded by the Ripley Agricultural Society with
presentation to be made during the Opening Ceremonies on
Saturday.


Exhibits must be displayed until 4:30 p.m. Saturday of the fair.
Please remember to pick up exhibits at this time; the
committee WILL NOT be responsible for storing exhibits.
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Class 9                       PHOTOGRAPHY
Committee: Julie McGuire 519-395-5821, Heather Finnie,
Antje Hunter.
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
1) Photos to be taken by exhibitor
2) No computer enhanced pictures i.e. photoshop
3) All sections open to amateur photographers (never been paid for
      their photos)
4) Specified sections open to any photographer
5) All prints must be no larger than 4X6, unless otherwise
      specified. All prints are to be in colour unless otherwise
      specified, mounted on Bristol board or construction paper with
      an approximate 1 inch border. No glass
6) Preference given to new work
Prizes in sections 1 - 20 to be $4.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00,
$1.50
If more than 10 entries in a class, 2 additional prizes of $1.25 will
be awarded.
   1. Two prints of Ripley Fall Fair 2011
   2. One print of a single bloom
   3. Four shots of a Girl under 5
   4. Four shots of a Boy under 5
   5. One print of a special occasion, to be marked on tag
   6. One print of your family pet or pets
   7. One print of a frosty scene
   8. One print of any animal
   9. Two prints of children in action
 10. One print of best buddies
THESE SECTIONS OPEN TO ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS
 11. One print, 4X6 of a dramatic sky
12. One black and white print, 8X10, any subject
13. Two prints of scenery of trip outside of Canada
14. Two prints of scenery of trip in Canada
15. Two prints, sepia tone, 4X6, any subject
16. Silhouette, one print 4X6 of theme (scarecrow)
“Hanging out with Scarecrows at the Ripley Fall Fair”
17. 1 photo depicting Hanging out with a scarecrow(s)
18. 1 photo Scarecrow look-a-like
19. 1 photo of a bad hair day
20. 1 photo of patches – e.g. clothing, quilts, fields

OTHER SPECIALS
Prizes in sections 21 - 25 to be $7.00, $5.00, $3.00, $2.00. If more
than 10 entries in a class, 2 additional prizes of $1.50 will be awarded.
 21. Anything goes, one 8x10 with special effects, i.e. trick
     photography, filters, etc.
 22. Computer generated collection of at least 6 photos taken by
     the exhibitor no larger than 11x14 and to be mounted.
 23. Four prints start to finish any one theme
 24. One print photographers choice - No People
 25. One print photographers choice - With People
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Huron Kinloss Ice Cream Trail Special – Sponsored by the
Municipality of Huron Kinloss – prizes of $7.00, $5.00,$3.00, $2.00
to be supplied by Huron Kinloss
 26. 1 photo “Best Ice Cream Face”
 27. 1 photo “Most Creative”
 28. 4 photos from different trail stops

29. Judge's Overall Choice – 1 prize only $7.00

MOST POINTS IN SPECIAL SECTIONS 11 - 20
1st - Gilley’s Feedlot - $25.00 voucher
2nd - The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher
3rd - The Erie Belle - $10.00 voucher

MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS 1-28
1st - Quinn Florist - $25.00 voucher
2nd - The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher
3rd - OAAS Fairs - book
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       O.A.A.S. DISTRICT 10
  PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION 2012
RULES AND REGULATIONS
 1. Coloured prints to be taken at the 2012 Home Fair.
 2. Only one entry for each section from a Society.
 3. All prints must be mounted individually on black bristol board with
    1” border. (This size and colour will be strictly adhered to.)
 4. Prints to be printed on photo paper.
 5. No scotch tape on prints.
 6. Each entry to be properly identified showing class, section, and name
    of Society on back of bristol board. No fair entry tags. Use Pencil.
    Must be to Convenor Bessie Farrell by Oct. 21, 2012.
 7. If any of the above rules are not adhered to prints will be disqualified.
 8. All entries to be claimed by the society after the meeting.
 9. All entries will be judged on the following scale:
    40 points – Quality of photography (i.e. focused, angle of shot, correct
    lighting)
    40 points – Content of picture (i.e. representative of category, does it
    appeal to viewer? Can it be identified as a fair scene?)
    20 points – Educational value (i.e. Does it tell a story?)
Class 1 - Colour Prints - Maximum 4” x 6”
Open to all cameras - 35 mm and digital
1.    Having fun at the fair
2.    Youth participating at your fair
3.    Best vegetable display
4.    Livestock show (excluding 4-H)
5.    4-H Livestock class
6.    A child and their pet(s)
7.    Someone taking an unexpected rest in an unusual place
      (must be candid)
 8.   Senior(s) at your fair
 9.   Group display
10.   Behind the scenes (candid)
11.   Fair Ambassador involvement
12.   Animals and people at your fair (together at your fair)
13.   Your best picture at the fair
14.   Candid shot of spectator(s) at your fair
15.   Live Action (singers, horse pulls, etc.)
16.   What’s new at your fair
17.   Child(ren) at your fair
18.   A floral arrangement
19.   A general display of your choice (woodworking, antiques, etc.)
20.   Junior Section - An interesting picture at your fair taken by a child
      under 10 years of age
No monetary prize money will be awarded.
Ribbons to be given.
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Class 10           SENIOR CITIZENS - AGE 60+
Committee: Joyce Osborne 519-395-3970, Muriel Osborne,
Elaine Shantz.
SENIORS IS OPEN TO ALL MEN AND WOMEN 60 YEARS PLUS.
EACH PERSON TO OBTAIN THEIR OWN ENTRY NUMBER. ONLY
ONE ENTRY PER NUMBER IN EACH SECTION. ARTICLES MUST
BE CLEAN AND MUST NOT BE SHOWN MORE THAN 2 YEARS.
ALL JARS TO BE SEALED. JAR SIZE STATED BELOW. ALL
BAKING TO BE DISPLAYED ON APPROPRIATE SIZE
STYROFOAM PLATE, TRAY OR BOARD. NO SARAN WRAP.
PLASTIC BAGS ONLY.
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CALL JOYCE OSBORNE.
ENTRIES MUST NOT BE REMOVED BEFORE 4:30 P.M. ON
SATURDAY.
Prizes in sections 1 - 25 to be $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
If more than 10 entries per section, additional prizes of $1.50 and
$1.00 will be added
 1.   Cheese tea biscuits (3)
 2.   Apple Pie , double crust
 3.   Chili Sauce, 500 ml, snap lid
 4.   Hot Dog Relish, 500 ml, snap lid
 5.   Apple Sauce, 500 ml, snap lid
 6.   Butter Tarts with fruit, homemade pastry (3)
 7.   Peach Jam, cooked, 250 ml, snap lid
 8.   Pumpkin Loaf, any size
 9.   Oatmeal Cookie (3)
10.   “Indian Summer” – A floral table centerpiece with homegrown
      flowers in autumn colours.
11.   Best display of fall flowers, at least 3 different types
12.   Homemade Table Favour using a scare crow
13.   Fall door decoration using the theme
14.   Tote/Shopping Bag, hand decorated, any media
15.   Knitted scarf
16.   Sewn Christmas Wall Hanging
17.   Baby Afghan, knit or crocheted
18.   Baby's bib
19.   Two Pot Holders, sewn
20.   Picture any medium, ready to hang
21.   Photograph - “Your Favourite Scarecrow”– no glass, mounted
22.   Display of 6 garden vegetables, one of each variety
23.   Homemade greeting card, made by the exhibitor
24.   Handmade wooden item
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25. Penmanship, handwritten “Scarecrows”, mounted on Bristol
    Board
                         Scarecrows
                 We're the farmer's scarecrows
                       We scare away the birds,
                  We keep the farmer's corn safe
                         Without any words.
                    But when Halloween comes
                     We jump out of the ground
                  And we scare the boys and girls
                  When they come walking 'round.
                          - Unknown
26. SPECIAL
    A Bernardin Snap Lid Mason Jar Creative Craft Award
    Best (decorative or functional) homemade craft –made using
    a Bernardin Jar and/or 2 piece Snap Lid.
    PRIZE: 1st - $20.00 Bernardin voucher



MOST POINTS IN SECTIONS 1 - 25
1st - Kincardine Pharmasave - $25.00 voucher
2nd - Royal Oak Books - $25.00 voucher
3rd - Farmer’s Diner - $10.00 voucher
MOST POINTS BY A MAN SECTIONS 1-25
1st - Kincardine Home Hardware - $25.00 voucher
2nd - Snip n Clip - haircut voucher
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Class 11                    INDIVIDUAL AND
                            GROUP DISPLAY
Committee: Cheryl Bridge 519-395-2428, Mary Beth Kerr.
SECTION 1 - CRAFT DISPLAY
A collection of 5 different articles of the same craft, all made and
attractively displayed by the exhibitor. A backdrop and table
covering will be the only accessories allowed. Each display should
be 3 ft. or less in width.
Please include a list of craft items and type of craft.
Work to be done by exhibitor, new or can be shown 2 years.
Please pre-register with Cheryl Bridge. Judged on overall
appearance and workmanship.
Prizes: 1st - $16.00, 2nd - $14.00, 3rd - $12.00, all additional
entries to receive $10.00 each.


SECTION 2 - GROUP DISPLAY
Exhibitors must be an organized group, church, Women's Institute
etc., not individuals.
All items to be homemade, unless otherwise specified.
All entries to be judged on appearance and quality of work.
Exhibitors must complete an entry form with name and complete
mailing address of a contact person.
Obtain your entry form and tag from the Ripley Agricultural Society
Secretary.
Tables will be provided, spaces are approx. 3' x 3.6'.
PLEASE contact committee to reserve a space.
PLEASE USE THEME WHENEVER POSSIBLE.
               “HANGING OUT WITH SCARECROWS
                     AT THE RIPLEY FALL FAIR”
 1.   Table centerpiece including root vegetables
 2.   Family tree using scrapbooking or any other medium,
      showing 3 or more generations. Named, dated and any extra
      information encouraged.
 3.   Corn husk figure. If using green corn husks let them dry. If
      using dry corn husks moisten first.
 4.   Most unusual gourd.
 5.   Framed picture including a scarecrow.
 6.   Plate of 5 homemade decorated chocolates
 7.   Jar of carrot marmalade, taste to count
 8.   Halloween decoration to hang
 9.   Two piece knitted article for an infant (eg. bonnet and
      sweater)
10.   Creativity, appearance, and presentation
Theme title is to be displayed but each item does not need to be
labeled.
Prizes: 1st - $20.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $12.00, all additional
entries to receive $10.00 each.
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Class 12                    MEMORABILIA
Committee: Dianne Simpson 519-395-5362,
Jean MacDonald 519-395-3475, Anne Lindsay, Marg MacDonald.
Preference will be given to articles not previously shown. May only
be shown two years.
Due to the value of some of these items, exhibits WILL NOT be
released on Saturday without the exhibitor’s copy of the exhibitor’s
list plus ID. NO EXCEPTIONS. PLEASE NOTE THESE ITEMS
ARE NOT COVERED UNDER RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL
SOCIETY INSURANCE POLICY. If more than 10 items in a
Section, a 5th prize will be awarded of $1.00.

Prizes $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
 1. Old pocket watch
 2. Any type of memorabilia with Ripley or Huron Township
    written on it. Not to exceed approx. 12"
 3. This belonged to Grandma, not to exceed 18”
 4. China item with “Garden” theme on it, not to exceed 18”
 5. This belonged to Grandpa, not to exceed 18”
 6. Oldest greeting card
 7. Ripley or Huron Township School memorabilia (pre 1950)
 8. Ripley or Huron Township School memorabilia (1950 to
    present)
 9. Grandma’s hand written recipe using corn.
10. An old Ripley-Huron postcard.
11. An old “Harvest” group photo from Ripley or Huron Township.
     Please include names and group ID, if possible.
12. Guess what this is? Exhibitor to identify in a sealed envelope
    attached to the entry tag
13. A game you used to play, not to exceed 18”
14. An advertising item from a Ripley or Huron Township
    business, not to exceed 18”
15. An old “Going to Church” gentleman’s hat
16. Oldest newspaper advertisement(s) from Ripley or Huron
    Township businesses (no photocopies), not to exceed 8 1/2” x
    11”.
17. Any antique or memorabilia item that does not fit in any of the
    above classes, not to exceed 24”

MOST POINTS IN MEMORABILIA SECTION 1 – 17
1st - The Kincardine Independent - 1 year subscription
2nd -Sobeys - $25.00 voucher
3rd - Country Depot - $10.00 voucher
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18. JUDGE'S CHOICE SPECIAL: The judge will award an overall
    first prize of his/her choice among the first place winners in
    sections 1 - 17.
    PRIZE: The Lucknow Sentinel - $30.00 voucher

19. LEGION SPECIAL Open Class - Military Memorabilia with
    Canadian Content - any article(s) - anyone welcome to exhibit
    Prizes: 1st - $25.00 and name engraved on a plaque
                    hanging at the Ripley Legion
              2nd - $15.00
              3rd - $10.00
    Prizes in Section 19 are graciously sponsored by
    THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION RIPLEY HURON
    BRANCH #440
         .




         MOST POINTS IN HOMECRAFT
               COMPETITION

                     JUDY THOMPSON MEMORIAL
                   OVERALL HOMECRAFT
                   TOTAL POINTS AWARD
                        Includes Classes 1-7 and 9-12

     Award to be presented during the Opening Ceremonies
      and to be displayed in the Ripley Agricultural Society
                  trophy case in the Complex.

                  Monetary award to be given.
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Class 13                     RIPLEY-HURON
                           COMMUNITY SCHOOL
777 articles displayed by 250 students at the Fair.

School Committee: Sharon Martin, Ann Lang, Judy Lowry,
Jenny Middelkamp, Caitlyn Murray, Jo Reid.

Prizes:
1st - $1.75, 2nd - $1.50, 3rd - $1.25, 4th - $1.00, 5th - $0.75
Prize money for group projects will be rounded to the nearest $0.25



1ST PRIZE - POEM

                         149th Ripley Fall Fair
          It’s Friday evening I am almost at the 149th Ripley Fall Fair
        When I come in I smell the cotton candy, and threats in the air
     With the spider, salt and pepper shaker the midway is up and running
     You see the glowing lights you can tell this fair is definitely stunning.

                    When I enter the delightful exhibits place
             I take a peek at all the crops, cooking, arts and crafts
            You can hear all the screams and the enjoy full laughs
      I head back out to watch the tractor pull there going at quite a pace

                It’s Saturday morning I am showing my lamb
      With the mammonth parade about to begin everything is crammed
                I then go for a mouth-watering beef on a bun
                   Oh this small town fair is quite a lot of fun

                         Mommy! Daddy! Kids cried
                    Give me more tickets or else I will die.
                  People worked hard and planned with care
                  To have another amazing Ripley Fall Fair!!!


                           By Sydney Beishuizen

The Ripley Agricultural Society is proud to be able to contribute to
the Agricultural Education of Ripley area students through the
sponsorship of the grade 7 class trip to the Royal Winter Fair.
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Class 14                               MILK
          SPONSORED BY THE PINE RIVER CHEESE
                & BUTTER CO-OPERATIVE
Committee: Paul Harris, 519-395-5096
a)   An exhibitor must be licensed with the Dairy Farmers of
     Ontario.
b)   Milk sample produced by one exhibitor delivered in container
     provided by committee and delivered to Ripley Arena, back
     door, by 10:00 a.m. Friday, September 28, 2012.
c)   Entries shall be graded according to Standard Milk Grading
     Standards.
d)   Samples will be judged on the basis of FLAVOUR,
     APPEARANCE, SEDIMENT and ACIDITY.
e)   Exhibitors must include their D.F.O. license number on the entry
     tag along with their name and exhibitor number.
f)   Trophy from Pine River Cheese will be presented to the exhibitor
     with the 1st place milk entry.

Prizes: $18.00, $15.00; $13.00; $11.00; $9.00; $8.00 to each
     additional entry




Class 15                              EGGS
Committee: Kevin Osborne, 519-395-5021

Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $7.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th - $2.00

1.   WHITE EGGS – one 2 ½ dozen flat
2.   BROWN EGGS – one 2 ½ dozen flat




Class 16                             HONEY
Committee: Kevin Osborne, 519-395-5021

All honey must be produced by bees owned by the Exhibitor.

1.   Clover - white liquid
2.   Canola
3.   Buckwheat - dark liquid
4.   Comb Honey - one section in a window front container, approx.
     4" x 4"
5.   Beeswax - 3 to 6 lbs. limit

Prizes: 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th - $4.00
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Class 17                   HOMEMADE WINE
COMMITTEE
John Van den Hogen 519-395-3401, Janet Murray.

Prizes: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00; 4th - $2.00

Rules:
Ø All entries must be made by the exhibitor
Ø Exhibitors may enter only one bottle per category
Ø No labels or capsules
Ø Each wine must be named on entry tag

 1.   Red wine from scratch
 2.   Red wine from a kit
 3.   White wine from scratch
 4.   White wine from a kit
 5.   Rose wine from scratch
 6.   Rose wine from a kit
 7.   Fruit wine from scratch
 8.   Fruit wine from a kit
 9.   Dessert wine - eg. ice, sweet cherry, etc.

BEST OVERALL WINE FROM SCRATCH – Wine Kitz,
Kincardine - $30.00 voucher

RESERVE – The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher

BEST OVERALL WINE FROM A KIT – Wine Kitz, Kincardine -
$30.00 voucher

RESERVE – The Village Flower Shop - $15.00 voucher

BEST WINE OF THE SHOW - Wine Kitz, Kincardine - $30.00
voucher

RESERVE - The Bruce Steak House - $15.00 voucher
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Class 18                   POULTRY SHOW
Saturday, September 29, 2012 9:30 a.m.

Committee: Wayne Kerr 519-395-3380, Travis Beishuizen.
Judge: James McPhail
 1. Deadline for entries: September 1, 2012. Completed entry
    forms, one entry per line, to be sent to Ripley Agricultural
    Society, Box 151, Ripley, Ontario N0G 2R0. Please note
    entries will only be registered when received by the secretary.
 2. All exhibits are to be placed and ready for judging by 9:30
    a.m. Saturday, September 29, 2012.
 3. Past Exhibitors have first opportunity to fill available spaces -
    only 300 birds accepted in show.
 4. Entry fee of $.50 per bird MUST accompany entry form and
    be received by the secretary by deadline. Junior Exhibitors
    are excluded from this rule.
 5. New exhibitors must include the $5.00 membership fee with
    entry form and entry fees. Include full name, address, postal
    code and telephone number.
 6. Upon receipt of membership fee (required for new members
    only) and entry fees ($.50 per bird) by the deadline, the
    Society will forward one fair admission pass for each
    membership for Saturday, September 29th.
 7. In filling out entry forms use: A for Cock; B for Hen; C for
    Cockerel; and D for Pullet along with the class and section
    number on entry form.
 8. Exhibitors are limited to one bird per section. Waterfowl
    included in this rule.
 9. If more than 4 entries of same breed are in an A.O.V. class,
    directors have privilege to split class.
10. The class will be shown in wire cages. Appropriate size cages
    for ducks and geese are to be supplied by Exhibitors.
11. Should any questions arise not provided for in the rules and
    regulations, the decision of the Board of Directors and
    Committees shall be final. Rule 36 - General Rules.

                 POULTRY TENT DONATED BY
                  The Egg Farmers of Ontario
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PRIZES;
1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00
CLASS 18A - STANDARD
 1. Plymouth Rock, Barred          12. Orpingtons, A.O.V.
 2. Plymouth Rock, White           13. Australorps
 3. Plymouth Rock, A.O.V.          14. Leghorn, White
 4. Wyandotte, White               15. Leghorn, Brown
 5. Wyandotte, A.O.V.              16. Silver Dorking
 6. Rhode Island Red               17. Hamburg, A.O.V.
 7. New Hampshire                  18. Polish, A.O.V.
 8. Brahma, A.O.V.                 19. Jersey Giants
 9. Cochin, A.O.V.                 20. Chantecler
10. Cornish, A.O.V.                21. Parti Colour, A.O.V.
11. Phoenix                        22. Solid Colour, A.O.V.
Champion Standard:
    Award donated by - The Pepper Family, in memory of Cliff
    and Laura Pepper, Dashwood
Reserve Champion Standard:
    Award donated by - Kathaleen (Kathy) Elder, Financial
    Planner RBC Kincardine/Ripley
CLASS 18B - BANTAM
 1. Plymouth Rock, Barred        19. Old English Game,
 2. Plymouth Rock, White              Black Red
 3. Plymouth Rock, A.O.V.        20. Old English Game, A.O.V.
 4. Wyandotte, White             21. Modern Game, A.O.V.
 5. Wyandotte, Partridge         22. Hamburg, A.O.V.
 6. Wyandotte, A.O.V.            23. Sebright, Silver
 7. Rhode Island Red             24. Sebright, Golden
 8. Brahma, Light                25. Rose Comb A.C. Not
 9. Brahma, Dark                      A.O.B.
10. Brahma, Buff                 26. Japanese, A.C.
11. Cochin, Black                27. Japanese Black Tail
12. Cochin, White                28. Polish, A.O.V.
13. Cochin, A.O.V.               29. Dutch
14. Cornish, Dark                30. Belgian
15. Cornish, A.O.V.              31. Silkies, A.O.V.
16. Leghorn, White               32. Parti Colour, A.O.V.
17. Leghorn, Brown               33. Solid Colour, A.O.V.
18. Leghorn, A.O.V.
Grand Champion Bantam:
    Award donated by - Janet Shewfelt
Champion Bantam Opposite Sex:
    Award donated by - Bruce Lee Poultry, Ripley
Reserve Champion Bantam:
    Award donated by Kathaleen (Kathy) Elder, Financial Planner
    RBC, Kincardine/Ripley
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                      WATER FOWL SHOW
Coops to be supplied by exhibitors for water fowl show.
Use: A-Old Male; B-Old Female; C-Young Male; D-Young Female.
CLASS 18C - GEESE
 1. Toulouse                       5. African
 2. Embden                         6. Canada
 3. Chinese Brown                  7. A.O.V.
 4. Chinese White
Champion Goose or Gander:
    Award donated by C&M Construction
CLASS 18D - DUCKS
 1. Pekin                           9. Runner White
 2. Rouen                          10. Runner Black
 3. Call White                     11. Mallard
 4. Call Grey                      12. Magpies
 5. Muscovy, A.O.V.                13. Cayuga
 6. East Indie                     14. Welsh Harlequin
 7. Blue Swedish                   15. Crested
 8. Buff                           16. A.O.V.
Champion Duck:
    Award donated by - Stewart Percheron Horses

SPECIALS
 1. Best Standard Male - Rosette
 2. Best Standard Female - Rosette
 3. Best Clean Leg Bantam Male - Rosette
 4. Best Clean Leg Bantam Female - Rosette
 5. Best Feather Leg Bantam Male - Rosette
 6. Best Feather Leg Bantam Female - Rosette
 7. Best Gander - Rosette
 8. Best Goose - Rosette
 9. Best Drake - Rosette
10. Best Duck - Rosette

11. SPECIAL - JUDGE’S CHOICE AWARD
       1. Given to one bird in each section - Standard, Bantam,
          Geese, Ducks and Junior
       2. Must not have won a special in the Champion Show
          Classes
       3. Criteria - caught the Judge’s eye for any reason
Prize: $5.00 for each worthy winner - donated by Wayne Kerr

12.   Best Dark Cornish Bantam - $5.00
13.   Best Rose Comb Bantam - $5.00
14.   Best Red Pyle Bantam - $5.00
15.   Best Chinese Brown - $5.00
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CLASS 18E            JUNIOR POULTRY & RABBIT SHOW

Prizes: 1st - $3.25, 2nd - $2.75, 3rd - $2.25, $2.00

Rules:
 1. Exhibitors must be a member of the Ripley Agricultural Society
 2. No entry fee, per bird, is required for Junior Exhibitors
 3. General Rules 1-8 apply to Junior Show
 4. Exhibitors must be 18 years of age or younger
 5. Juniors must coop their own entry and be available during
    judging
 6. Junior may show single bird or rabbit, does not have to be the
    same breed.

CLASS 18E
 1. Standard
 2. Bantam
 3. Ducks
 4. Rabbits - individual A.O.V. - one pair per person maximum
Prize money for the rabbits class donated by Todd Thompson

Champion Junior:
    Award donated by - Dean Shewfelt in memory of Orville
    Shewfelt
Reserve Champion Junior:
   Award donated by Wenrob Poultry Farms
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Class 19                   HEAVY HORSES
Committee: Andrew MacDonald 519-395-2682, Doug MacDonald,
Meagan MacDonald, Jim Maschke, Darren Geddes.

Judge: Bruce Burrill

Rules for Heavy Horse and Mule Shows:
 1. MULES AND MINIATURE HORSES CAN NOT SHOW WITH
    HEAVY HORSES.
 2. Each Heavy Horse/Mule Exhibitor will receive one free
    admission per membership and one free admission for each
    team of horses based on previous year. The Society will mail
    the passes to the exhibitors before the Fair.
 3. A non-refundable $5.00 entry fee for registration in all classes
    must be paid to the Society by 10:00 a.m. Upon payment of
    the registration fee each Exhibitor will then receive an
    Exhibitor/Show number to be worn by the exhibitor/driver.
    Prize money will be paid to the corresponding exhibitor
    number as recorded at show time in the ring. Exhibitors'
    numbers must be returned to the committee at the
    conclusion of the show for future use.
 4. Proof of Liability Insurance must be presented to the
    Society at the time of registration. Each exhibitor is
    responsible to have liability insurance for parade and horse
    show.
 5. All prize money for one section will be paid out to one
    Exhibitor number. Prize money will not be divided between
    exhibitors if they chose to combine animals to compete in
    any section. It is the Exhibitors responsibility to divide
    any shared prize money.
 6. All General Rules and Regulations apply to the Horse Show.
 7. The Judge will act according to Rule 16 in the General Rules
    & Regulations.
 8. Exhibitors are to include Parade entries (sections 48 & 49) on
    entry form to receive payment.
 9. If less than five teams in Heavy and Light Commercial
    classes, Sections 10 & 11 will be combined.
10. Ribbons will be presented for 1st, 2nd, 3rd places only.
11. Any member of the committee has the right to ask an exhibitor
    showing an animal that is not in control to withdraw that
    animal from class due to insurance regulations.
12. Only classes listed in book will receive prizes.
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Foals born in 2011
1. 1st Prize: Horse whip donated by Farmer`s Diner,
    2nd - $25.00, 3rd - $15.00, $10.00 for each additional entry
Mare with 2011 Foal
 2. Brood Mares with Foal - Prizes: 1st - $35.00, 2nd - $25.00,
    3rd - $15.00, $10.00 for each additional entry
 3. Halflinger Mare with Foal - Prizes: 1st - $35.00, 2nd - $25.00,
    3rd - $15.00, $10.00 for each additional entry
Prizes in Classes 4 - 10: 1st - $35.00, 2nd - $25.00, 3rd - $15.00,
    $10.00 for each additional entry
Yearlings
 4. Yearlings
 5. Halflinger Yearling
Two Year Old
 6. Two Year Old
 7. Halflinger Two Year Old
 8. Registered Mare with papers
Three Year Old
 9. Heavy
10. Commercial
11. Best Horse in line class
    Prizes: 1st- Leather Halter and Lead donated by George
    MacLennan, 2nd - $20.00,$15.00, $10.00, $10.00 for each
    additional exhibitor
Tandem Hitch -
    Prizes for classes 12 & 13 are: 1st - $60.00, 2nd - $55.00,
    3rd - $50.00, 4th - $35.00, 5th - $30.00 and $20.00 for each
    additional entry
12. Heavy Tandem Hitch - First place team will receive an award
    donated by Dan MacDonald family.
13. Commercial Tandem Hitch
14. Fancy Dress Harness Pony - shown by a child 16 years or
    under in suitable attire
    Prizes: $15.00, $12.00, $10.00, $8.00, $7.00
Unicorn Hitch -
    Prizes for classes 15 & 16 are: $35.00, $30.00, $25.00,
    $15.00 for each additional entry
15. Unicorn Heavy Hitch
16. Unicorn Commercial Hitch
Pony Single Tandem Hitch -
    Prizes for classes 17, 18 & 19 are: $30.00, $25.00, $18.00,
    $16.00, $14.00
17. Over 50 inches
18. Over 44 inches & under 50 inches
19. 44 inches and under
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20. Commercial Heavy Hitch Teams
    Prizes: $50.00, $45.00, $40.00, $25.00, $20.00 and $20.00
    for each additional entry
21. Commercial Light Hitch Teams
    Prizes: $50.00, $45.00, $40.00, $25.00, $20.00 and $20.00
    for each additional entry
Heavy Hitch Teams
    Prizes for classes 22, 23, 24 & 25 are: $60.00, $55.00,
    $50.00, $35.00, $30.00
22. Clyde
23. Belgian
24. Percheron
25. Heavy Hitch 4 Horse Hitch - 4 horse hitch
    Prizes: 1st $65, 2nd $35. $100 in prize money donated by
    Darren Geddes in memory of Lynn and Eileen Geddes, Elmer
    and Kay Pollock. “In addition to existing prize money”
26. Single Pony Hitch over 50”
    Prizes: $14.00, $12.00, $10.00
27. Best Dressed & Hitching Teams - First place team will
    receive an award in memory of Perrin Lowry by the Lowry
    Family - in addition to prize money.
    Prizes: $45.00, $40.00, $35.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 for
    each additional entry
    HEAVY HORSES ONLY, No Miniature Horses or Mules
28. Exhibitor bringing most horses owned by that Exhibitor
    Prize: $35.00 donated by Mary’s Restaurant, Lucknow
29. Miniature Horse driving exhibition
    Prizes: $25.00, $20.00, $10.00
Best Junior Driver of Horses (18 years of age & under)
    accompanied by a senior driver. Junior Drivers may only
    enter one of the following.
    Prizes for Classes 30 & 31 are: 1st - halter, 2nd - $20.00;
    $18.00, $16.00, $10.00 for each additional entry
30. Junior Driving a Heavy Draught Team
        1st place will receive a halter donated by Snobelen Farms
31. Junior Driving a Commercial Team
        1st place will receive a halter donated by Snobelen Farms
Single Pony Hitch
    Prizes for classes 32 & 33 are: $14.00, $12.00, $10.00, $8.00
32. Over 44 inches but under 50 inches
33. 44 inches and under
34. Halflinger Teams
    Prizes: $50.00, $45.00, $40.00, $25.00
35. Lady Driver appropriately dressed - heavy, light,
    commercial or halflinger team, must be over 18 years of age
    Prizes: $35.00, $30.00, $25.00, $10.00 to each additional
    entry
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Light Hitch Teams
    Prizes for classes 36 - 38 are: $60.00, $55.00, $50.00,
    $35.00, $30.00
36. Clyde
37. Belgian
38. Percheron
39. Single Pony Lady Driver, appropriately dressed
    Prizes: $12.00, $10.00, $8.00, $7.00, $6.00
Single Hitch
    Prizes for classes 40 - 44 are: $20.00, $17.00, $15.00, $10.00
    for each additional entry
40. Light Commercial
41. Light Draught
42. Halflinger
43. Heavy Commercial
44. Heavy Draught
Tandem Hitch
    Prizes for classes 45 & 46 are: $35.00, $30.00, $25.00
45. Single Tandem Commercial
46. Single Tandem Draught
47. Best Yelded Mare shown on line
    Prizes: 1st- halter donated by Bylers Harness Shop, St.
    Helen’s; 2nd - $6.00, $5.00
Parade Entries (classes entered on entry form)
48. Four horse hitch - Prize: $35.00
49. Two horse hitch - Prize: $30.00

         Commercial Horse Association donates $50.00




Class 20                           MULES
 1. Best Dressed Team of Mules - Prizes: $40.00, $35.00, $30.00
 2. Tandem - Prizes: $35.00, $30.00, $25.00
 3. Unicorn - Prizes: $25.00, $20.00, $15.00
 4. Mule Hitch Team - Prizes: $40.00, $35.00, $30.00
 5. Lady Driver appropriately dressed - Prizes: $25.00, $20.00,
    $15.00
 6. Single Hitch - Prizes: $15.00, $12.00, $10.00
 7. Junior Driving Team - Prizes: $15.00, $12.00, $10.00


PLEASE NOTE -
   MULES AND MINIATURES CANNOT SHOW WITH HEAVY
   OR COMMERCIAL HORSES
   JUNIOR DRIVER MUST NOT HAVE DRIVEN IN HEAVY
   HORSE CLASS
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Class 21               LIGHT HORSE SHOW
Committee: Wendy Pollock 519-395-2698, Krista Holtby,
Brian Pollock, Ed McGillivray, Terry Spencer.
Saturday, September 29th, 2012
Judge: Cathy Patterson, Bornholm
Horse Show: 9:00 a.m.

Rules:
 1. Exhibitors must be a member of the Ripley Agricultural
    Society and new members must pay the $5.00 fee and obtain
    a membership number at the Horse Show office before the
    show.
 2. Entry fee for all classes is $3.00 per class.
 3. Every horse and rider combination must have one number.
 4. Age is determined as of January 1, 2012. Tyke – 10 years
    and under; Junior 11-15 years; Senior 16 years and up.
    Tykes may also compete in Junior Classes.
 5. Riding Helmets with harness required in all English Classes.
 6. Fill out entry form for each horse and rider combination.
 7. All entries and fees must be completed three classes prior to
    class being run.
 8. Horse committee reserves the right to combine or cancel any
    class with less than five entries.
 9. All complaints must be in writing and accompanied by a
    $25.00 cash deposit.
10. The Judge has the power to rule out any entry which he or
    she considers does not belong to the class in which it is
    entered.
11. The Judges decision is final. Any exhibitor interfering with the
    Judge will either forfeit their prize money or be disqualified.
12. Horse Show will break for Parade from approximately 11:30 to
    12:30 p.m.
13. Proper attire is necessary.
14. All horses and ponies should have a valid Coggins Test.
15. Any misuse of whips or other mistreatment in any manner to
    either horse or human will result in expulsion from grounds
    and forfeiture of prize money.
16. No refunds for cancellation unless three classes in advance.
17. All games can be ridden in English and Western attire.
18. Helmets are mandatory for all riders 18 years of age and
    younger.
19. All stallions must be well behaved and be handled by
    someone 18 years or older.
20. Horse Show is over at 6:00 p.m. whether all classes are
    completed or not.
21. If Show is cancelled due to inclement weather, an
    announcement will be made on CKNX.
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PRIZE MONEY in classes 1 - 31 will be:
1st- $15.00; 2nd - $12.00; 3rd - $10.00; 4th - $8.00; 5th - $5.00
CLASSES
 1. Tyke Showmanship - Prize donated by Hensall District
    Co-op, Ripley
 2. Junior Showmanship at Halter - Prize donated by Jon & Jen
    Wilken
 3. Senior Showmanship at Halter - Prize donated by Allister &
    Pearl MacKay
 4. Best Mare on Grounds - Prize donated by Krista Holtby
 5. Best Gelding or Colt on Grounds - Prize donated by Nancy
    & Ed Brown
 6. Tyke Lead Line - 10 years and under - Prize donated by The
    Village Flower Shop, Ripley
 7. Tyke Walk Trot - Prize donated by Vanessa LeBlanc
 8. Western Pleasure - Junior - Prize donated by Mike Small
    Plumbing, R.R.#4, Kincardine
 9. Western Pleasure - Senior - Prize donated by Lucknow &
    District Co-op
10. Western Horsemanship - Junior - Prize donated by
    The McGillivray Family, Ripley
11. Western Horsemanship – Senior - Prize donated by Trigger
    Points (Carla Bruce) Kincardine
12. Command Class - English or Western Jr. - Prize donated
    by Bruce County Flooring
13. Command Class - English or Western Sr. - Prize donated
    by Eva Wilken
14. Jack Benny (Age 39 and over - English or Western Attire)
    Walk-trot only - Prize donated by Denise Tadla
15. English Pleasure – Junior - Prize donated by Bruce County
    Flooring, Kincardine
16. English Pleasure – Senior - Prize donated by Pollock
    Electric - Ripley
17. English Equitation - Junior - Prize donated by Courtney
    Grain & Seed
18. English Equitation - Senior - Prize donated by Courtney
    Grain & Seed
19. Bareback Equitation - Junior, walk, trot only - Prize donated
    by Mac MacInnes Carpentry, R.R.#2, Ripley
20. Bareback Equitation - Senior, walk, trot, canter only - Prize
    donated by Paul Wilken - Builder, R.R.#1, Kincardine
21. Hunter Hack - Open - With two small jumps, 2 feet and under
    - Prize donated by Paul & Allison Wilken
22. First Year Green Jumper - Fences 2 feet maximum (Horse
    or Rider must be first year jumping) - Prize donated by Ripley
    Vet Clinic, Ripley
23. Junior Jumper - Fences up to 30 inches - Prize donated by
    Alicia Roppel
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24. Open Working Hunter - Fences up to 3 feet - Prize donated
    by Ron & Marion Nisbett
25. Senior Jumper - Fences up to 3 feet 6 inches - Prize donated
    by Royal Bank, Ripley

GAMES
26. Barrel Race – Junior
27. Barrel Race – Senior
28. Flag Race – Junior
29. Flag Race – Senior
30. Key Hole Race – Junior
31. Key Hole Race – Senior

HIGH POINT JUNIOR GAMES - prize donated by Queen Street
   Veterinary Services, Kincardine

HIGH POINT SENIOR GAMES - prize donated Pine River Mobile
   Vet Services

HIGH POINT TROPHY - TYKE - Prize donated by Bruce County
   Flooring to be presented right after Class #7 Tyke Walk Trot

HIGH POINT OVERALL TROPHY - JUNIOR - donated by Brian's
   Automotive Service, Ripley, plus $25.00 gift certificate

HIGH POINT OVERALL TROPHY - SENIOR - donated by Shawn
   Colling & Family, Ripley, plus $25.00 gift certificate
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Class 22                        MINIATURE HORSES
Committee: Debbie Goulding 519-395-5947.
Judge: Amelia Murray
Entry Fee: $5.00 payable to Ripley Agricultural Society for
Membership
PRIZES: 1st - $20.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 (Ribbons 1st-5th)

 1.   Foal 2011
 2.   Mare - under 34 inches
 3.   Mare - over 34 inches
 4.   Stallion - under 34 inches
 5.   Stallion - over 34 inches
 6.   Gelding - under 34 inches
 7.   Gelding - over 34 inches
 8.   Solid Colour
 9.   Multi Colour
10.   Costume - Ribbon Only
11.   Showmanship - all ages

PRIZES: 1st - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00
12. Obstacle On Line
13. Jumping
14. Reinmanship
15. Driving Youth
16. Driving Cones

SPONSORS:

      E.L.K.  PAVING
                                        Rob & Debbie Goulding $50.00,
                                        Foxton Fuels, Wingham $75.00,
 Residential • Municipal • Commercial
                                        H. Kerr Construction, Wingham
       Sand • Gravel • Top Soil         $100.00, Ripley Agricultural
                                        Society
         Cell 519-881-7658




                                             Friday - 5:00 to 11:00
                                             Saturday - ALL DAY
                                                   SAVE $4.00
                                              by purchasing in advance.
                                               Armbands available on
                                             www.classicamusements.ca

          MIDWAY                               Available until Thursday,
                                                September 27, 2012.
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CLASS 23                 T-BONE MARKET
                       CATTLE SHOW & SALE
Saturday, September 29th, 2012
Showtime: 3:00 p.m. following the 4-H Show
Show Committee: Rob Thompson 519-525-9116;
Don Farrell 519-395-3346, Carol MacPherson
Sale Committee: Rosanne McConnell 519-396-8849
Rules & Regulations:
 1. Submit entries to Ripley Agricultural Society, Box 151, Ripley,
    ON N0G 2R0.
 2. Deadline for entries August 14th, 2012. NO EXCEPTIONS
 3. All General Rules and Regulations of the Society apply to the
    Market Cattle Show.
 4. Entry fee of $50.00 per head - cheques payable to the Ripley
    Agricultural Society MUST accompany entry.
 5. New exhibitors must include the $5.00 membership fee to
    Ripley Agricultural Society with entry form and fees. Include
    full name, address, postal code and telephone number.
 6. Cattle must be on the Fairgrounds by 9:00 a.m.
 7. Cattle are to be weighed upon arrival - 3% pencil shrink will
    apply to the sale weight. Contact Committee for weighing
    location.
 8. No fitting at show - wash and blow only.
 9. Companion calves eligible.
10. 4-H projects do not qualify.
11. All animals must be halter broken. Unruly animals will stay on
    the trailer.
12. Judge's and committee decisions will be final.
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OPEN STEER & HEIFER CLASSES
 1. Market Heifer
 2. Market Steer
Prizes for Classes 1 & 2 will be: 1st - $75.00; 2nd - $50.00;
3rd - $40.00; 4th - $25.00
    3. Grand Champion Market Animal - Banner donated by Ripley
       Veterinary Clinic
    4. Reserve Champion Market Animal - Banner donated by
       Shurgain

      Prize Money donated by



            1.800.407.5846
         www.britespanbuildings.com




T-BONE MARKET CATTLE SALE
Ø    Sale will follow the show
Ø    All place animals for each class sell
Ø    6% commission charged by the Ripley Agricultural Society
Ø    Sale weight will be morning weight - 3% shrink
Ø    Sale weight will not exceed 1350 lbs.


BUYERS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

!    Cattle must be paid for Fair day - September 29th
!    Buyers to settle account with Treasurer, Marilyn Freer at the
     Fair office
!    Spots will be booked at Abattoir - trucking will be provided
!    Auctioneer's decision will be final
!    All cattle become the property of buyer at time of sale
!    Sellers must make arrangements with buyers regarding
     housing and transportation prior to abattoir date


Show & Sale sponsorship is greatly appreciated.
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          RIPLEY-HURON AGRICULTURAL
                   4-H CLUBS




                   4-H AWARDS EVENING
               Friday, November 16, 2012 at 8:00 p.m.
           Ripley-Huron Community Centre - Meeting Room
                 No charge for members and families


COMMITTEE
   Alec Martin, Fran Farrell, Ken Bridge, Anne MacInnes




Class 24                4-H ACHIEVEMENT DAY
      BEEF, DAIRY, SHEEP, VETERINARY & CONSERVATION
 1.   Admission to the Fair for 4-H members is free upon presentation
      of 4-H membership card.
 2.   Members of the Ripley Dairy, Sheep, Veterinary, Beef and
      Conservation Clubs will be exhibiting at the Ripley-Huron Fall
      Fair.
 3.   All Rules and Regulations of the Fair apply to the 4-H projects -
      either hall exhibits or livestock. All hall exhibits must remain until
      4:30 p.m. Saturday.
 4.   Bruce County 4-H Association and Ontario 4-H Council Policy
      will be adhered to.
 5.   The Agricultural Clubs are sponsored by the Ripley Agricultural
      Society.
 6.   The Ripley Agricultural Society donates $4.00 to each member
      who successfully completes each club and $5.00 per member or
      $50.00 per club, whichever is greater.
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24B RIPLEY VETERINARY CLUB
LEADERS
   Dr. Ken Bridge, Dr. Julia Kremen
Sponsors:
   RBC Royal Bank
   Ripley-Huron Vet Clinic
   Ken Bridge & Family, Kincardine
   Ripley Agricultural Society
   Pharmaceutical Companies
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24C 4-H DAIRY CLUB
LEADERS
   Fran Farrell, Alec Martin, Heather Padfield
JUDGE: Curtis McNeil
SHOWTIME: 9:30 a.m.
 1. Grand Champion Showperson - Award donated by Dean &
    Dianne McKee.
 2. Senior Showmanship - Award donated by Maitland Valley Agri
    Systems Ltd.; 2nd $5.00; $2.00 to each additional entry - cash
    prizes sponsored by Prehnbrook Farms Ltd.
 3. Intermediate Showmanship (2nd to 4th project) - Award
    donated by Jim & Fran Farrell; 2nd $5.00; $2.00 to each
    additional entry - cash prizes sponsored by Prehnbrook Farms
    Ltd.
 4. Junior Showmanship - Award donated by Wilkesview Farms,
    Murray & Isabel Wilken; 2nd $5.00; $2.00 to each additional
    entry - cash prizes sponsored by Prehnbrook Farms Ltd.
 5. Best Junior Heifer (born Mar. 1/12 to May 31/12) - Award
    donated by Kevin and Linda McKee.
 6. Best Intermediate Heifer (born Dec. 1/11 to Feb. 28/12) -
    Award donated by Bio-Ag Inc. - Farm for Profit, Dave & Kim
    Colling.
 7. Best Senior Heifer (born Sept. 1/11 to Nov. 30/11) - Award
    donated by Wilkesview Farms.
 8. Best Summer Yearling (born Mar. 1/11 to Aug. 31/11) - Award
    donated by RG Harris Farms.
 9. Junior Member Award - Highest Points on quiz and project
    book - Award donated by Lyall & Marj Hodgins.
10. Intermediate Member Award - Highest Points on quiz and
    project book - Award donated by Jim & Fran Farrell.
11. Senior Member Award - Highest Points on quiz and project
    book - Award donated by Joyce Osborne.
12. Member with Highest Total Points - receives an award
    donated by the RBC Royal Bank.
13. Junior Member Participant - 1st Award sponsored by Bio-Ag
    Inc. - Farm for Profit, Dave & Kim Colling; 2nd - $5.00.
14. Intermediate Member Participant - 1st Award sponsored by
    Bio-Ag Inc. - Farm for Profit, Dave & Kim Colling; 2nd $5.00
15. Senior Member Participant - 1st Award sponsored by Kevin
    Osborne; 2nd $5.00.
16. Pine River Cheese and Butter Co-operative - donates $4.00
    to each member successfully completing the 4-H Club.
17. Ripley Agricultural Society donates - $4.00 to each member
    successfully completing the 4-H Club.
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24D RIPLEY 4-H SHEEP CLUB
LEADERS
    Anne MacInnes, Steve Hallam
JUDGE: Anika Rear
Rules:
 1) 4-H Members must present their 4-H membership card for
    free admission to fair
 2) All lambs and members to be on grounds ready to start by
    9:00 a.m.
 3) All entries must be 4-H members’ own project
 4) Proper 4-H dress is in effect
 5) Progression of 4-H Sheep show may be altered to
    accommodate members with other livestock projects

Classes
 1. Showmanship
      Senior members
      Junior members
      First year members
      Classes may be added or removed at leader’s discretion
 2. Reserve & Champion Showperson
 3. Market Lamb (weight to be assessed by leaders/judge if
      necessary)
      Light Lamb
      Heavy Lamb
 4. Reserve & Champion Market Lamb
 5. Breeding Lamb
      Senior Lamb - born Jan. 1/12 to Feb. 28/12
      Junior Lamb - born Mar. 1/12 & younger
 6. Reserve & Champion Breeding Lamb

Hall Exhibit: Visit Club Display at rear of hall.
Prizes for the morning show will be awarded at the annual 4-H
       Evening, Fall 2012

Sheep Club Award Sponsors
  RBC Royal Bank
  Lucknow Co-op
  John Farrell Shearing
  Bainton’s Old Mill
  Hensall & District Co-op
  Ripley Agricultural Society
  The Old Mill
  Mac MacInnes Carpentry
  Bluewater Agromart
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24E SOUTH BRUCE 4-H BEEF CLUB

LEADERS
    Roseanne McConnell, Kathryn Bridge
Time: 9:30 a.m.
Donations contributed to 4-H Beef Club:
    G.A. Stewart Farms Ltd.
    Gibson Farms
    Roy Elliott
    Farrell-Hanna Red Simmentals
    Bridgehaven Farms
    Dale and Hope MacCrostie
    Mel - Matt Livestock
    Sam & Wanda Snobelen
    RBC Royal Bank
    The Beefway
    Gibson Farms
    Country Depot
    Hensall & District Co-op

 1. Cash donations from the Ripley Agricultural Society to each
    member completing the project
 2. Member with the best Record Book - Senior Club - $5.00
                                           - Junior Club - $5.00
 3. Member with the highest points in the Quiz - Senior Club - $5.00
                                                  - Junior Club - $5.00
 4. Member with the highest points in project presentation
                                        - Senior Club - $5.00
                                        - Junior Club - $5.00
 5. Showmanship at Ripley Fall Fair
    - Senior Club - prize donated by Farrell Red Simmentals
    - Junior Club - prize donated by Huronview Insurance
 6. Member with the best Breeding Heifer - Champion - $10.00
                                              - Reserve - $5.00
    Member with best Market Animal            - Champion - $10.00
                                              - Reserve - $5.00
    Overall Best Heifer - Trophy
 7. Best Steer at Ripley Fall Fair - Champion - $10.00
                                    - Reserve - $5.00
 8. Best Calf at Ripley Fall Fair - Royal Bank award
 9. Highest total point
    - Senior Club - voucher Country Depot, Kincardine
    - Junior Club - show stick donated by Hensall & District Co-op
10. Overall High Member - Prize to be determined
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Class 25                     4-H BEEF
                       INVITATIONAL SHOW
EXHIBITOR HARNESS WILL BE WORN BY 4-H MEMBERS

NOTE:
 1. 4-H Members must present their 4-H membership card for
    free admission to fair
 2. All calves must be registered by 11:00 a.m. fair day
 3. All entries must be 4-H members’ own project calves
 4. Proper 4-H dress is required
 5. Please adhere to good herd health management for the
    benefit of all.

DIRECTORS - Kathryn Bridge - 519-395-5010,
     Roseanne McConnell, Amanda Farrell
Show time - 1:00 p.m.
Judge - Brent Saunders
Entry Fee: $5.00

 1. LITTLE LEAGUE
    8 years and under as of Jan. 1, 2012
    NO ENTRY FEE FOR THIS DIVISION.
    Prizes: $2.00 for each exhibitor - sponsored by Miller Insurance
    A. SHOWMANSHIP CLASS
    B. CONFIRMATION CLASS

Prizes for Classes 2-6: $25.00, $20.00, $15.00 and $10.00 to
each additional entry. Prizes provided by the Ripley Agricultural
Society.

 2. MARKET CALF CLASS
    A. NON-GUINEAS MARKET STEER
    $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 remaining entries
     B. NON-GUINEAS MARKET HEIFER
     $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 remaining entries
     C. GUINEAS / ASSOCIATE PROJECT STEER OR HEIFER
     $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 remaining entries

 3. CHAMPION MARKET CALF
    1st and 2nd from classes 2A, 2B, 2C
    Champion - Hensall & District Co-op
    Reserve - $20.00

 4. A. BREEDING HEIFER
    January 1, 2011 - March 31, 2011
    $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 remaining entries
     B. April 1, 2011 - December 31, 2011
     $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 remaining entries
     C. January 2, 2012 - March 31, 2012
     $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 remaining entries
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 5. CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER
    1st and 2nd from class 4A, 4B, 4C
    Champion - G.A. Stewart Farms Ltd.
    Reserve - $20.00

 6. BEEF SHOWMANSHIP
    A. Junior Showmanship (13 and under as of Jan. 1, 2012)
    Donated by Roger & Wendy Smith & family

    B. Intermediate Showmanship (14-17 as of Jan. 1, 2012)
    Donated by Dale & Hope Mac Crostie & family

    C. Senior Showmanship (18-21 as of Jan. 1, 2012)
    Donated by Lee-View Farms, Lee & Lila Rintoul

    D. Grand Champion Showmanship -
    Donated by Farmstead Gallery - Wendy Weir



CHAMPION LIMOUSIN MARKET CALF
  Donated By: Culross Mutual Insurance
              Eric Thacker & family

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN BREEDING HEIFER
  Donated By: Lloy-den Farms
              Doug & Dennis Johnson

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL HEIFER
  Donated By: Far -L- Farms
              Don & Cathy Farrell & family

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS HEIFER
  Donated By: Sam & Wanda Snobelen

CHAMPION ANGUS CROSS STEER
  Donated By: Bridgehaven Farms
              Dennis & Donna Bridge

CHAMPION ANGUS HEIFER
  Donated By: Tambri Farms
              Brian & Dr. Tammi Ribey and Family

CHAMPION MAINE ANJOU
  Donated By: Mel- Matt Livestock

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL HEIFER
  Donated by: Blackwell Farms
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Class 26A                    4-H SHEEP
                        INVITATIONAL SHOW
COMMITTEE: Anne MacInnes 519-395-5987, Steve Hallam.
Showtime: Saturday, September 29, 2012 - at approx. 1:00 p.m.
(after the parade and any jackpot competition)
Judge: Anika Rear
Rules:
 1. All 4-H Invitational Exhibitors are required to remain on the
    grounds until 3:00 p.m. to provide a display for public viewing
    and in the interest of public safety.
 2. 4-H Members must present their 4-H membership card for free
    admission to fair.
 3. Entry fee of $3.00 to be paid at registration desk.
 4. All lambs must be registered and penned by 11:00 a.m. fair day
 5. All entries must be 4-H members’ own project.
 6. Exhibitors may show in either market or breeding classes, not
    both
 7. Proper 4-H dress is required
 8. Exhibitor #s are supplied and must be worn in ring
 9. Judge’s decisions are final, please follow the 4-H code of conduct
10. Entries must be in good health. Committee has the authority to
    exclude animals with contagious disease
Prizes for Classes 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8: $25.00, $20.00, $15.00 and
$10.00 to each additional entry. Prizes provided by the Ripley
Agricultural Society.
BREEDING:
 1. Senior Breeding Lamb – any breed or cross, born from
    Jan. 1/12 to Feb. 28/12
 2. Junior Breeding Lamb – any breed or cross, born March 1/12
    or later
 3. GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING LAMB
MARKET:
    Judge or Committee to determine weight split.
 4. Heavy Lamb, any breed or cross, born in 2012
 5. Light Lamb, any breed or cross, born in 2012
 6. GRAND CHAMPION MARKET LAMB
SHOWMANSHIP:
 7. Senior Showmanship – open to 4-H members with 3 or more
    years experience
 8. Novice Showmanship – open to 4-H members with 1 or 2
    years experience
 9. GRAND CHAMPION SHOWPERSON
Please contact: Anne MacInnes – 519-395-5987 if you are
planning to attend, to reserve a space. Pen space is limited.
Trophies donated by
  Ontario Sheep Marketing Agency - District 2
  MacInnes Carpentry
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Class 26B                   LITTLE LEAGUE
                            SHEEP CLASS
Committee: Anne MacInnes 519-395-5987, Steve Hallam.
Little League Show after the regular Invitational Show.
Rules:
1. Exhibitor must be less than 9 years of age as of
    January 1, 2012.
2. Lamb must be born in 2012 and be a minimum of 2 months
    old at time of show.
3. Exhibitor must wear sensible footwear.
4. Adult or 4-H member accompaniment is permitted.
5. This class is an exhibition, not a competition.

Prizes: $2.00 for each exhibitor
        Sponsored by Miller Insurance
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Class 27A                   4-H DAIRY
                       INVITATIONAL SHOW
Committee: Alec Martin 519-395-4132, Joyce Osborne,
Kevin Osborne.
SHOWTIME: Saturday, September 29, 2012 - following Little
League Dairy Class - 1:00 p.m.
Rules:
1. All 4-H Invitational Exhibitors are required to remain on the
    grounds until 3:00 p.m. to provide a display for public viewing
    and in the interest of public safety.
2. 4-H Members must present their 4-H membership card for
    free admission to fair.
3. Entry fee of $3.00 to be paid at registration desk.
4. All calves must be registered by 11:00 a.m. fair day.
5. 4-H members will prepare their own project animals for the
    show.
6. All entries must be 4-H members’ own project calves.
7. Proper 4-H dress is required.
8. Open to all counties.
9. Please adhere to good herd health management for the
    benefit of all.
Prizes for classes 1 - 4: $25.00, $20.00, $15.00 and $10.00 to
each additional entry. Prize money provided by the Ripley
Agricultural Society.
 1. JUNIOR CALF – (Born Mar. 1/12 to May 31/12)
 2. INTERMEDIATE CALF – (Born Dec. 1/11 – Feb. 28/12)
 3. SENIOR CALF – (Born Sept. 1/11 – Nov 30/11)
 4. JUNIOR YEARLING – (Born Mar. 1/11 to August 31/11)
 5. GRAND CHAMPION CALF – Award by Wallendale Farm,
     Peter & Shirley Walden
 6. RESERVE CHAMPION CALF – Award by Concepts Plus,
     Janzen Inc.

4-H DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP
Prizes for classes 7 - 9: $25.00, $20.00, $15.00 and $10.00 to
each additional entry. Prize money provided by the Ripley
Agricultural Society.
  7. JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP – (9 – 12 years old as of Jan. 1/12)
     Award to class winner by Maitland Valley Agri Systems Ltd.
 8. INTERMEDIATE – (13 – 15 years old as of Jan. 1/12)
     Award to class winner by Prehnbrook Farms Ltd.
 9. SENIOR – (16 – 21 years of age as of Jan.1/12)
     Award to class winner by Lucknow Co-op.
10. GRAND CHAMPION SHOWPERSON - selected from 1st and
     2nd place winners of Classes 7, 8 & 9.
     Prizes donated by the Ripley 4-H Dairy Club:
     Grand Champion - $30.00
     Reserve Champion - $25.00
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Class 27B                 LITTLE LEAGUE
                           DAIRY CLASS
Committee: Alec Martin 519-395-4132.
SHOWTIME: 1:00 p.m. -- Saturday, September 29, 2012.
Rules:
1. Exhibitors must be less than 9 years of age as of
    January 1, 2012.
2. Calves are to be a minimum of 3 weeks old at time of show.
3. Adult or 4-H member accompaniment is permitted.

Prizes: $2.00 for each exhibitor
        Sponsored by Miller Insurance
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CASH DONATIONS TO RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 2012
Amberley General Store........100.00              Donegans Ready Mix..............50.00
Anderkin Food Inc. -                              Dr. Wm Pym ............................25.00
   Guy Anderson .....................50.00        Earl Lippert Trucking -
Ainsdale Golf Course ..............50.00             Brian Colling......................100.00
Auto Electric West...................20.00        Edward Jones Investments -
BDO Dunwoody ......................25.00             James Scott ........................75.00
Bannerman Contracting Ltd ..100.00                Elliott, Roy ...............................50.00
Barr, Joan................................20.00   E.L.K Construction ................500.00
Beishuizen, Ben & Linda .........20.00            EnviroMasters Lawn Care.......50.00
Beishuizen, Brian ....................10.00       Farrell, Jim & Fran...................50.00
Bervie Alternatives ..................20.00       Farrell, Leonard & Karen.........50.00
Bio-Ag Farm for Profit-                           Fitzgerald, Joe & Donna..........10.00
   David & Kim Colling ..........130.00           Five Star Quilters Guild ...........50.00
Black's Woodworking                               Foxton Fuels Limited...............75.00
   & Refinishing.....................100.00       Gillin, Wilk ...............................15.00
Bluewater Agromart Limited ....75.00              Goulding, Rob & Debbie .........50.00
Bram - K Enterprises...............25.00          H & H TV & Appliances ...........20.00
Brian's Auto Services ..............50.00         Hackett's Farm Equipment......25.00
Brindley Auction Services Ltd..50.00              Harris, Paul & Carolyn.............50.00
Britespan Building Systems                        H Kerr Construction Limited ..100.00
   & Peak Builders ................380.00         Hensall District Co-operative.300.00
Bruce County Flooring ............50.00           Hodgins, Lyall & Marg .............30.00
Bruce County Holstein Club ..100.00               Holyrood General Store ..........20.00
Bruce County Marketplace......25.00               Homefront Acres -
Bruce County Wine Seller .......25.00                Roger & Gail Farrell ............75.00
Bruce Crane Service ...............50.00          Huron Auto Wreckers ..............25.00
Brucelea Poultry Farms Ltd...200.00               Hurontel Communications.....500.00
C.A. Becker Equipment Ltd.....50.00               Huronview Insurance
Campbell, Jack & Linda ..........40.00               Brokers Ltd........................100.00
Carruthers & Nicol...................25.00        IC Greenhouses ....................100.00
Cass, Don .............................100.00     JA Porter Holdings ..................10.00
Century 21...............................50.00    J & D Car Wash ......................25.00
Chasco Machine Repair                             John Ball Carpentry...............120.00
   & Welding............................20.00     Kempton Construction Ltd.....150.00
Cliffs Plumbing & Heating .......75.00            Ken Thompson Farms.............40.00
Coldwell Banker -                                 Kerr, Wayne ............................25.00
   Lynn Clayton .....................100.00       Kester, Barb ............................25.00
Colhoun Family Chiropractic ...25.00              Kincardine Commercial
Collins, Grant & Carol .............75.00            Printing................................50.00
Concepts Plus by Janzen Inc..50.00                Kincardine Family Eyecare ...100.00
Connect Equipment.................25.00           Kincardine Veterinary
Cottrill Heavy Equipment.........50.00               Management .......................50.00
Courtney Farm Supplies                            Lakeview Dental Services Ltd. 25.00
   & Wilma's Corner ................50.00         Langside Tractor & Auto Clinic 75.00
Courtney Grain & Seed Ltd. ..190.00               Laschuk & Farr........................20.00
Crawford Mill & Davies............75.00           Liddle, Charles ........................40.00
Culbert, Murray & Mary ...........50.00           Lloyd Johnston & Son
Dalton's Pottery.......................40.00         Construction........................50.00
Davey-Linklater                                   Lowry, David & Shirley ............50.00
   Funeral Home .....................50.00        Lowry, Judy .............................25.00
DG MacDonald & Son.............25.00              Lowry, Lynn ...........................125.00
Debbie Kesteloot CGA ............50.00            Lucknow Auto Parts ................25.00
Diane S. Barker Barrister                         Lucknow Bowl .........................50.00
   & Solicitor............................25.00   Lucknow Co-op .....................100.00
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M D Auto Clinic........................50.00    Simpson, Donald & Dianne ...125.00
MacDonald, Ken & Marj ..........50.00           Smeltzer Farms.......................50.00
MacMaster Motors ..................50.00        Smith Hunt Buck -
MacKenzie & McCreath Funeral                      Barristers & Solicitors..........25.00
  Home - Ripley ...................200.00       Snobelen Farms Ltd..............300.00
MacTavish, Don & Anna ..........40.00           The Beefway ...........................50.00
Maitland Valley Agri                            The Old Barber Shop ..............20.00
  Systems Ltd ......................100.00      Thompson, Todd & Tammy .....25.00
Maki, Darren & LeeAnn...........50.00           Township of Huron-Kinloss..1000.00
Manulife Financial -                            Van der Hoek, Keith & Gail .....40.00
  Brian Taylor .........................20.00   Walden Health Facility ............50.00
Marvin's Automotive Service .100.00             Wallendale Farms -
Mary's Family Restaurant .......35.00             Peter & Shirley Walden .......50.00
Matchett Financial Services ..100.00            Wayne Lowry Construction .....50.00
McDonagh Insurance Brokers.50.00                Wayne Zettler
McEwan, Sandy ......................50.00         Furniture Refinishing...........50.00
McKechnie Pharmacy .............50.00           Wenrob Poultry Farms Ltd. ...100.00
Miller Insurance Brokers Inc..100.00            West Coast Financial Services25.00
MS Yungblut Cabinet Makers200.00                West Shore Stone
Osborne, Joyce .......................30.00       & Brick Inc.........................200.00
Osborne, Kevin .......................30.00     West Wawanosh Mutual
P&H Amberley & Kincardine .200.00                 Insurance Co.....................200.00
Pegg Construction...................25.00       Wilkesview Farms .................100.00
Pine River Cheese &                             Willits Tire Service.................125.00
  Butter Co-operative...........200.00          Young, Rose Marie..................40.00
Pine River Mobile Vet Service.50.00             Zone Seven Egg Producers ..200.00
Pollock Electric Ltd................100.00
Prehnbrook Farms Ltd ..........100.00
Purple Grove
  Women Institute ................100.00
R Villa Retirement Living Inc .200.00
Ralph Hunter Memorial ...........25.00
RBC-Agricultural & Commercial
  Centre - Hanover ..............100.00
RBC Royal Bank - Kincardine .50.00
RBC Royal Bank - Ripley ........50.00
Reid, Don & Marilyn ................50.00
Reid's Corners
  Women's Institute................30.00
Re/Max Land Exchange..........75.00
Ripley & District
  Horticultural Society ............50.00
Ripley & District Lions ...........200.00
Ripley Welding - Ron & Lynn
  Nicholson ............................25.00
Robinson, Ken.......................200.00
Robinson, Mark .......................75.00
Rowe Motors ...........................50.00
Royal Canadian Legion -
  Ripley Branch....................250.00
Rutledge, Robert & Gloria .......30.00
Schmidt's Farm Drainage........50.00
Scott, Bruce & Mary ................20.00
Scott Marshall
  Barrister & Solicitor .............30.00
Shewfelt Financial Ltd .............25.00
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VOUCHER DONATIONS TO RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 2012
Affordable Quality Consignments - $25.00 voucher
All About Hair - $30.00 voucher - gift package for each
      ambassador contestant
Allure Aesthetics - Kayla Kempton - gift bag - value $40.00
Armtec - Bruce Tile - 2 - 250 foot roll 4"- perforated plastic tile
Avon - Linda Stewart - $50.00 voucher
Baxter's Row Fashion - $25.00 voucher
Bluewater Agromart Ltd - 1 bag seed corn
      1 bg forage seed
Blue Horizon Farms - 1 unit grain corn seed
      1 unit silage corn seed
      4 units soybeans
Boston Pizza - $25.00 voucher
Bruce Steak House - 3 x $ 15.00 vouchers
Bulk Barn - pinata - value $20.00
Byler's Harness Shop - horse halter - value $20.00
Carolyn Ball's Beauty Salon - gift bag - value $25.00
Condor Fine Books - $10.00 voucher
Co-operator's Ins - Jennifer Cook - entry tags
Courtney Grain & Seed - $120.00, $50.00, $25.00 vouchers
Country Depot - 2 x $10.00 vouchers
Crabby Joes Tap & Grill - 5 x $10.00 vouchers
Crossroad Esso - $30.00 voucher
Curves - 2 x three month membership - value $300.00
Don's Hi Fi - 2 Hand held games - value $20.00
Eight Sisters - $50.00 voucher
Everlasting Flowers & Gifts - $75.00 arm bouquet
Expedia Cruise Ship Centres - child's travel bag - value $35.00
Farmer's Diner - 5 x $10.00 vouchers
Finchers - $20.00 voucher
Fine Fettle - $15.00 voucher
Fine Table and Bed Fashion by Rose - 3 x $20.00 vouchers
First Impressions - 2 sauna sessions - value $34.00
Gay Lea Co-operative Ltd - 20 lbs butter
Gilberts Jewellery - $10.00 voucher
Gilley's Feedlot - $25.00 voucher
Go Glass & Accessories - $25.00 voucher
Godfather Pizza - $20.00 voucher
Gordon Patterson Family - field crop plaque
Governor's Inn - $25.00 voucher
Harvey Financial Solutions - wall art - sunflower - value $50.00
Hawgs Breath - $20.00 voucher
Henderson-Rona - $40.00 voucher
Hodgins Home Hardware - 3 x $25.00 vouchers
Homefront Acres - Roger & Gail Farrell -voucher for product -
      value $50.00
Huron Landscaping Limited - $25.00 voucher
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IC Greenhouses - 2 x $10.00, 2 x $5.00 vouchers
J B's Lingere - $25.00 voucher
Jean's Family Restaurant - $15.00 voucher
Jennifer's Beauty & Wellness - $35.00 voucher
Jerome Flowers & Gifts - $25.00 voucher
Joe Klunder Pickseed - $50.00 voucher
KFC - 5 x 1 piece chicken & fries vouchers value $30.00
KS Designs - ambassador car sign - value $25.00
Kincardine Home Hardware - 4 x $25.00 vouchers
Kincardine Pharmasave - $25.00 voucher
Knechtel's Food Market - Lucknow - 3 x $10.00 vouchers
Lakeside Chev Buick GMC - 2 x $100.00 Erie Belle voucher -
     2 hats
Lake Huron Video - 2 x one free movie rental - value $10.00
Lebolds Butcher shop - $40.00 voucher
Lucknow Pharmasave - 2 x $20.00 vouchers
Lucknow Travel TPI - $50.00 voucher
M & M Meats - steak knife set, lunch bag - value $30.00
MacAdam's Video - $25.00 voucher
McDonald's Restaurants - Big Mac Great Taste Card - value
     $200.00 - 100 Hambuger vouchers
New Image Hair Designs - $20.00 voucher
Nine Waves - Kincardine & Lucknow - $25.00 voucher
Northfork Industries Inc. - Wally Houston - 2 cattle cane vouchers -
     value $40.00
Oil Gard Anti Rust - oil, filter, lube voucher - value $40.00
Orchids Hair by Holly - $30.00 voucher
Pet Value - $25.00 voucher
Pharma Plus - $25.00 voucher
Phoenix Streetwear - 6 T-shirts - value $140.00
Presto Crest - man & ladies jacket - value $125.00
Quinn Florist Ltd. - $25.00 voucher
Robert's Farm Equipment - Jacket - value $60.00
Royal Oak Books - $25.00 voucher
Scoop & Save - 2 x $10.00 vouchers
Shear Design - 2 x $15.00 haircut vouchers
Sleepers Bed Gallery - pillow - value $30.00
Smeltzer's Garden Centre - $20.00 voucher
Snip & Clip - 5 haircut vouchers - value $80.00
Sobey's - 4 x $25.00 vouchers
Sole Energy - Debbie France - Ion Cleanse voucher - value $30.00
Spike's Auto Parts - $25.00 voucher
Subway - 5 x 6" sub vouchers - value $30.00
Tay's Eatery - 5 x $5.00 vouchers
The Erie Belle - 5 x $10.00 voucher
The Hair Connection - $40.00 vouchers
The Kincardine Independent - 1yr subscriptions - value $48.00
The Kincardine News - Happy note voucher - value $70.00
The Knotty Pine Restaurant - $25.00 voucher
The Lucknow Sentinel - $30.00 vouchers
The New Seasons Restaurant - $20.00 voucher
The Village Flower Shop - $150.00 voucher
The Wood Shop - Harold & Shirley Galloway - $20.00 voucher
Tim-br Mart - 4 x $25.00 vouchers
Trigger Points - 3 Bowen theraphy sessions voucher
Tropix - one tanning session, makeup bag - value $50.00
Weekins - child's sweater & T-shirt - value $40.00
Wine Kitz Kincardine - 3 x $30.00 vouchers
Zehrs - 10x $10.00 vouchers




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                 DONATIONS TO 4-H CLUBS

Royal Bank – donations
Hensall District Co-operative Inc.– donations
Bluewater Agromart – donation
Bio-Ag, Dave Colling
G.A. Stewart Farms – donation
Roy Elliott – donation
Far-L Farms (Donald Farrell) – trophy
Lee-View Farms – trophy
Roger & Wendy Smith
Dale & Hope MacCrostie
Culross Mutual Insurance, Eric Thacker & family
Lloy-den Stock Farms, Johnston family
Bridgehaven Farms, Dennis & Donna Bridge & family
Lucknow Co-op
Maitland Valley Agri Systems Ltd.
Pine River Cheese & Butter Co-operative
Ayerst Pharmaceuticals – Animal Division
RG Harris Farms
Wallendale Farm – trophy
Kevin & Linda McKee
Dean & Dianne McKee
Snobelen Farms
Ripley Huron Vet Clinic
Ken Bridge & family
Mel-Matt Livestock
Farrell-Hanna Red Simmentals
Mel Hanna - trophy
Clark & Helen Pollock - Pine River Simmentals
Prehnbrook Farms Ltd.
Concepts Plus - Janzen Inc.
Country Depot
Philosopher’s Stone
John Farrell Shearing
Jim & Fran Farrell
Wilkesview Farms
Mac MacInnes Carpentry
Bainton’s Old Mill
Canadian Co-op Wool Growers
The Old Mill
Sam & Wanda Snobelen
Brian & Dr. Tammi Ribey
Ripley 4-H Dairy Club
Lyall & Marj Hodgins
Joyce Osborne
Kevin Osborne
Huronview Insurance
Blackwell Farms
Pine River Mobile Veterinary Services
Queen Street Veterinary Services
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   CAR & TRUCK SHOW DONATIONS/2011 SPONSORS
 Every registered participant receives an engraved dash plaque
        generously donated every year SINCE 1989 by
          BILL & TOM KEMPTON CONSTRUCTION!
    MANY THANKS FOR THEIR CONTINUED SUPPORT!

CAR & TRUCK SHOW TROPHY SPONSORS
Marvin’s Automotive Service
Wilkesview Farms (Murray & Isabel Wilken)
Snobelen Farms
Courtney Farm Supplies
Huron Auto Wreckers
Oil Gard Anti-Rust
Rick Elliott Construction
Mike Small Plumbing
Colling Bros.
D.G. MacDonald & Son
Pine River Cheese & Butter Co-operative
Current Electric
Robinview Farms
Parrish & Heimbecker Ltd. Kincardine

DOOR PRIZE SPONSORS
Brian’s Automotive Service          Remax - Sandra Reid
Montgomery Ford                     Rick Elliott Construction
Lucknow Auto Parts                  Langside Tractor & Auto
Kincardine Home Hardware              Clinic
Country Depot                       Kincardine Collision Centre
Auto Electric West                  Kinfarm Tire
Go Glass and Accessories            Rowe Motors
Spike’s Auto Parts                  Lucknow Chiropractic &
Oil Gard                              Wellness Centre
Robert’s Farm Equipment             West Wawanosh Insurance -
H.J.’s Auto Sales                     Don Simpson
M.D. Auto Clinic                    Holly-Kin Letters & Logos
Tim-Br Mart                         MYfm
Sobeys
Snip’n Clip
Crabby Joe’s
Hodgins Home Hardware
Willits Tire
Porter’s Septic
Connect Equipment
Pizza Plus
Boston Pizza
Bulk Barn
Dennis Pierson Chevrolet
Farmer’s Diner
Ideal Supply
Parrish & Heimbecker Ltd.
  Kincardine
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“HELP FENCE THE FAIR PARTNERS”
The Ripley Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the
Partners for their overwhelming support to this venture. The
partnership has allowed the Society to purchase interlocking self-
supporting steel panels for show rings providing beautification and
uniformity of the grounds and most importantly providing a safe
environment at the Ripley-Huron Fall Fair.

TEN PANEL PARTNER
Bruce Power

FIVE PANEL PARTNER
Bannerman Contracting Ltd.
Montgomery Ford Sales Limited - Kincardine/Lucknow

FOUR PANEL PARTNER
Lucknow District Co-operative Inc.
Blue Oak Farms

THREE PANEL PARTNER
Britespan Building Systems
Hensall District Co-operative Inc.

TWO PANEL PARTNER
John Ernewein Ltd. - General Contractors
Snip'n Clip
Classic Amusements
Miller Insurance Brokers Inc.
Teeswater Concrete
Rod & Corrie Leroy
Ben & Linda Beishuizen
Ken Robinson & Family
Bill & Tom Kempton Construction Ltd.
Boyd Family

ONE PANEL PARTNERS
Huron Auto Wreckers
Kincardine Country Depot
Bridgehaven Farms
Paul Murray Farms
C.A. Becker Ltd.
Mac & Anne MacInnes
Jalna Farms, J. & A. Aitchison
Dr. Stanley Soloduka
Bluewater Agromart
Don & Anna MacTavish
Len & Karen Farrell
Hyland Seeds
G.A. Stewart Farms Ltd.
Ainsdale Golf Course
Pine River Cheese & Butter Co-op
Morley & Deanna Scott
Ripley & District Lions Club
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Don & Dianne Simpson & Girls
Willits Tire Service
Smyth Welding & Machine Shop Ltd.
McDonagh Insurance Brokers Ltd.
Colling Bros. Trucking
Smith Farms
Bio-Ag/Farm for Profit - David Colling
McGavin Farm Equipment Ltd.
Robert's Farm Equipment - Lucknow & Chesley
Don & Marilyn Geddes
Bette McLeod
Brussels Livestock
Muriel Osborne & Family
Gordon T. Montgomery
Amberley General Store Ltd.
Ken & Glenna Farrell
The Purple Grove Group Ltd.
Ken Thompson - DeDell Seeds
Ripley Minor Hockey
Ron & Marilyn Freer & Family
Farhope Farms
Lurganview Farms Inc.
In Memory of Duncan & Kate Campbell & Family
Carol Blackwell
Ripley Welding
Ron, Gail Lotton & Family
Roy & Maureen Collins
Murray & Mary Culbert
The Patterson Family
KV Trucking
Smeltzer Garden Centre & Smeltzer Farms
Ripley & District Horticultural Society
Wenrob Poultry Farms
West Shore Stone & Brick




                THANK YOU FOR
                YOUR SUPPORT!
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THANK YOU
The Ripley Agricultural Society would
like to thank the Sponsors, Donors,
Businesses, Organizations, 4-H
Members and Leaders, High School
Volunteers and the hundreds of VOLUNTEERS who gave
of their time, talents or finances each year to make the Fair
a huge success.
Thank you to the Township of Huron-Kinloss Council for
allowing us the opportunity to expand the Fair and to the
Township staff - your cooperation and assistance is greatly
appreciated.
Our heartfelt Thanks to the volunteers of the Ripley Fire
Department, St. John Ambulance Brigade, Emergency
Medical Services staff who provide a safe environment for
our Exhibitors and Patrons.
Thank you to our exhibitors, young, old, experienced and
new, you are all winners when you participate.
Enjoy the Fair!
Mark your calendar for September 27 & 28, 2013.




                                    Friday - 5:00 to 11:00
                                    Saturday - ALL DAY
                                          SAVE $4.00
                                     by purchasing in advance.
                                      Armbands available on
                                    www.classicamusements.ca

      MIDWAY                          Available until Thursday,
                                       September 27, 2012.
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                featuring


      Kung Fu
      Lawyers
           DON’T MISS
      THE FALL FAIR DANCE

  Saturday, September 29th
          9:00 p.m.
       AGE OF MAJORITY EVENT

       Tickets $10.00 per person
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          The
      Glenn Boyd
         Band
                  and

         The
        Pleats

          Main Stage -
            following
       Opening Ceremonies
                  at the
  RIPLEY-HURON
    FALL FAIR
    Friday Evening And
     All Day Saturday
       Play the games!
  EXPERIENCE THE THRILL
      OF the rides!
   Fun-filled weekend!

    Friday - 5:00 to 11:00
    Saturday - ALL DAY
  NEW THIS YEAR SAVE $4.00
by purchasing in advance. Armbands available on
www.classicamusements.ca
 Available until Thursday, September 27, 2012.
RIPLEY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
BOX 151
RIPLEY, ONTARIO
N0G 2R0

				
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