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  • 2 MORN I N G J OURNA L C AN F I E L D F A I R 2 0 1 4 S A T URDAY, A U GUS T 2 3 , 2 0 1 4

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  • CANFIELD Still the largest county fairoperated in Ohio s 88 counties, the CanfieldFair is planning a full slate of activities for2014. Running fromAug. 27-Sept. 1, the fairis entering its 168th year.Headlining those activities are Grammy

    winning artist Reba and rising country musicstar Justin Moore. Joining Reba on Aug. 31will be The Willis Clan, stars of self-title real-ity series on GAC. Moore will be joined byfellow country musician Randy Houser onSept. 1.If a concert isn t what you are looking for

    then, maybe a truck and tractor pull spon-sored by Full Pull Productions and USA-East,is what you want. Scheduled for 7 p.m. Aug.30, the pull will feature the ever popularSmoker Series.There will also be a limited pro/super farm

    tractor, modified 4x4 trucks, semi-trucks, andan unlimited class. The modified 4x4 class isby invitation only and limited pro/super farmcompetitors will qualify through the USA-East point race.On Aug. 29, the fair will host the World s

    Largest Demolition Derby presented by JMProductions. The derby harkens back to theolden days of demolition derbies, before cus-tom built engines and re-enforced framesbecame the norm. All cars remain factory,with glass and interior, minus the front seats,removed. Doors are chained shut with onlythe driver s door permitted to be welded shut.Although the noise level is much quieter, thelevel of destruction is the same.New to the 2014 fair is the Lucas Oil

    Monster Truck Nationals at 7:30 p.m. Aug.27. Prior to the monster truck show, fans canvisit the pits during a free pit party beginningat 6 p.m.There will also be cheerleading demon-

    strations during the afternoon on Aug. 27,followed by school band concerts on Aug.28. Other events include bike night beginningat 3 p.m. Aug. 28, harness racing, and thedraft pony pigiron derby.Maybe its the food and atmosphere that

    draw you to the fair. If that s the case, thenthe Canfield Fair offers miles of food ven-dors, animal barns, free performances around

    the grounds, and rides.History buffs will love the Western

    Reserve Village, which features restored his-torical buildings, the antique farm machineryand Antique CarriageMuseum.Those looking to see farming aspects up

    close can view the daily milkings in the milk-ing parlor. Those brave enough can evenattempt to milk a cow by hand.With this and more available every day,

    there is more than enough reason to give theCanfield a visit or two.

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    The 2014 Canfield Fair offers something for everyone

    Morning Journal/Patti Schaeffer

    The Canfield Fair offers miles of food vendors, animal barns, free perform-ances around the grounds and rides.

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    Standing at the south end of the WesternReserve Village is the church, which bringsfulfillment to the dream of fair directors BobRose and C. Gilbert Gib James. The dreamto preserve the Connecticut Western Reserveheritage of the Mahoning Valley by recon-structing a typical town began in 1965.

    The church was originally designed duringthe 1800s and is currently used for weddingceremonies by those in the community. Thechurch and other village buildings are part of anon-profit foundation which maintains andcontinues the village preservation efforts.

    The law office of Elisha Whittlesey wasthe first building moved to the village in1965. Whittlesey was the nation s first comp-troller or controller of the U.S. Treasury underPresident Zachary Taylor. He also helped inthe formation of the Mahoning County Agri-cultural Society, which is the founding organi-zation of the Canfield Fair. Whittlesey s lawpartner Judge Eben Newton served as the agri-cultural society s first president. The two menhad their law office built in 1840 on Can-field s Village Green.

    Another building, the log cabin, was relo-cated from Slater Road in Butler Township,Columbiana County. Following the log cab-in s relocation, the railroad station, watch-man s tower and country store were added.

    Handmade bricks salvaged from anotherCounty Home building are used throughoutthe village. Completing the village are therestored Carriage Museum and gazebo.

    The entire village is laid out around an ovalgrassy area, also known as a commons, witheach building facing each other. This setup,including the brick walkways lining the area,was typical of early American towns.

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  • TicketsOpening day tickets for the Canfield Fair will be reduced to $6 for adults (ages 13 andover); $4 for seniors (ages 62 and over); and $3 for youth (ages 7-12). Tickets on Aug.28 will be $8 for ages 18 and over and $3 for ages 13-17. From Aug. 29-31 prices are$8 for ages 13 and up and $3 for ages 7-12. Seniors, ages 62 and over, will be admit-ted for $6 on Aug. 29. On Sept. 1 tickets will be $2 for ages 7-12 and $6 for ages 13and up. Children ages 6 and under are free each day, with children ages 12 and underfree on Aug. 28. Passes for six or three days will also be sold through Aug. 26. Adultsix-day passes are $30, with three-day passes costing $15.

    Country music always has a queen andover the years the title has been held by thelikes of Loretta Lynn, TammyWynette, PatsyCline, June Carter Cash and Reba. Andalthough Reba hasn t released a studio albumsince 2010 s All The Women I Am, shestill holds the title over other big names likeMiranda Lambert, Taylor Swift and CarrieUnderwood.Reba proved why she still holds the crown

    during her All The Women I Am tour whereshe was ranked the number one female coun-try touring artist by both Pollstar and Bill-board s Boxscore. During that 2011 tour shesold a combined total of nine million tickets.Her single from the All The Women I Amalbum Turn on the Radio, was her 64thTop 10 hit and her 35th number one, makingher the biggest female hit-maker in country

    music history.Not only has she been a top tour draw but

    she is also a major influence on many oftoday s female artists, including Swift andUnderwood. She has also influenced awardwinners Faith Hill, Martina McBride, SaraEvans, and daughter-in-law Kelly Clarkson.Over her career, which began in 1975, she

    has sold over 56 million albums worldwidemaking her one of the most successful femalerecording artists in history. She is a memberof the Country Music Hall of Fame, Oklaho-ma Hall of Fame and the Hollywood BowlHall of Fame.During her four decades of success she has

    won 15 American Music Awards, 13 ACMAwards; nine People s Choice Awards, sev-en CMAAwards, and two Grammys. She hasalso received the ACM Career AchievementHonor and is one of only four entertainers in

    history to receive the National ArtisticAchievement Award from the U.S. Congress.She was the singer to win the CMA s FemaleVocalist of the Year award four consecutivetimes. Reba now shares the title with Lam-bert, who won her fourth straight in 2013.In 1990, Reba took to the big screen play-

    ing the role of Heather Gummer inTremors. A few movie and television roleslater, she starred in the WB/CW showReba. The show ran for six seasons andearned her a Golden Glob Award nominationfor Best Actress-Television Series Musical orComedy. She also starred in the short livedsitcom Malibu Country. Reba tackled Broad-way in 2001 starring as Annie Oakley in themusical Annie Get Your Gun.Reba will take to the Canfield Fair Stage

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    Reba will take to the Canfield FairStage at 8 p.m. Aug. 31 with open-ing act TheWillis Clan.

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  • Before coming into the national spotlighton NBC s America s Got Talent, the WillisClan was traveling the country performing inIrish Festival and national dance competi-tions. The 12 siblings, who hail from Ten-nessee and range in ages from 3 to 22, aretrained in various forms of dance and canplay multiple instruments.

    They hold numerous championshipawards in various dance styles, includingeight Swing Dance National Championships.In 2012, they won The Fleadh, the World sChampionship in Irish Music in Cavan, Ire-land. The boys also hold a combined 10 state

    wrestling championships.The Willis Clan is a regular on the Grand

    Ole Opry. They also perform at Irish Heritagefestivals across the country, including therecent Ohio Celtic Fest. When not performingthe family can be found on the small screenwith their self title realty show on the GreatAmerican Country (GAC) network. Theseries, starring Jessica, Jeremiah, Jennifer,Jeanette, Jackson, Jedi, Jasmine, Juliette,Jamie, Joy Anna, Jaeger and Jada, along withtheir parents Brenda and Toby, airs at 8 p.m.Thursdays.

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  • Heating up the country charts with hisgood ol boy charm is Justin Moore. Moore,the proud son of Poyen, Arkansas, has seenhis star rise with hits such as Small TownUSA, Point at You, and Backwoods.

    He first garnered attention in 2008 withthe single Back That Thing Up, followedby his first number one Small Town USA.Both were off his debut self -titled albumwhich debuted at number 3 on the Top Coun-try Album chart. Moore co-wrote nine of thealbum s 10 tracks.

    He brings a sense of humor to some of hissongs such as the Top 20 single Bait aHook. In the song, Moore picks on an ex-girlfriend s new beau for not being countryenough or able to bait a hook.

    Moore also isn t afraid to cross musicalgenres, teaming up with Motley Crue sVince Neil to record a cover of their hitHome Sweet Home. He has also teammedup with 2013 CMA Female Vocalist of theYear Miranda Lambert on the somber songOld Habits.

    In just five years, Moore has released threealbums, two of which 2011 s Outlaws LikeMe and 2013 s Off the Beaten Path havereach number one. He has also scored fournumber ones and eight Top 20 singles. Hewas also named the 2014 New Artist of theYear by the Academy of CountryMusic.

    Currently you can hear Moore, along withfellow hot country artists Thomas Rhett andBrantley Gilbert on Gilbert s Small TownThrowdown.

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    Randy Houser is a fast-rising starRandy Houser went from song writer to

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    Before the release of Anything Goes,Houser was co-writing songs for some ofcountry s hit performers. Among his songwriting credits is Trace Adkins hit HonkyTonk Badonkadonk and tour partner JustinMoore s first single Back That Thing Up.He recently worked with Zac Brown of theZac Brown Band on the song Along forRide which is available on his new album

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    SCHEDULE OF EVENTSSCHEDULE OF EVENTSWednesday, Aug. 27

    8 a.m...............................Gates Open9 a.m...............................Reg. Mini Horses, over 34...............................South Ring10 a.m. ...........................Hay and Grain Judging, Hay &Grain Barn10 a.m.-2 p.m. ...............Senior Day Seminar............................................Building 4410:30 a.m.......................Fruit......................................................................Building 2611 a.m. ...........................Cheerleading Demonstrations............................Grandstand1 p.m...............................Ponies: Haflinger ................................................South Ring........................................Cheerleading Demonstrations6 p.m...............................Pony Hitches .......................................................South Ring6:30 p.m.........................Hit the Trails: Trail Mix Contest .......................Building 25........................................Monster truck driver meet & greet ....................Grandstand7:30 p.m., Lucas Oil Monster Truck Nationals ........................................Grandstand

    Thursday, Aug. 288 a.m...............................Jr. Fair Market Swine Judging...........................Coliseum8:30 a.m.........................Jr. Fair Dairy Show.............................................South Cattle Complex........................................4-H Saddle Judging............................................North Ring Complex9 a.m...............................Pygmy/Angora Goats Judging...........................Sheep Barn........................................Poultry Judging...................................................Poultry Barn........................................Ponies: Draft Judging .........................................South Ring10 a.m. ...........................Ribbon cutting.....................................................Grandstand11 a.m. ...........................Jr. Fair Market Lamb judging............................Coliseum........................................School Band Concert..........................................Grandstand1 p.m...............................Ponies: Grade (46 - 58) .................................South Ring2 p.m...............................Junior Fair Youth Day Program........................Concourse Stage........................................4-H Coronation and Outstanding Youth...........Concourse Stage........................................Costume Class/Pygmy Goats Judging..............Sheep Barn3 p.m...............................Bike Nite..............................................................Grandstand4 p.m...............................Brown Swiss &Ayrshire Judging.....................South Cattle Complex........................................Milking Shorthorn Judging................................South Cattle Complex5 p.m...............................Horse: Draft Youth Classes Judging.................East Ring5:30 p.m.........................Goat Milk Fudge Judging ..................................Coliseum........................................Rabbit Meat Pens Judging .................................Coiseum6 p.m...............................Pony Hitches Judging.........................................South Ring6:30 p.m.........................Jr. Fair Market Lamb& Swine Judging ...........Coliseum

    Friday, Aug. 298 a.m...............................Jr. Fair Market Beef Showmanship...................Coliseum8:30 a.m.........................Saddle Horse: 4-H Judging................................North Ring........................................Draft Horse: Halter Judging...............................East Ring9 a.m...............................Sheep Judging.....................................................Sheep Barn........................................Cattle: Holstein Judging.....................................South Cattle Complex........................................Ponies: RegisteredWelsh Judging ....................South Ring9:30 a.m.........................Jr. Fair Market Beef Judging .............................Coliseum10 a.m.-3 p.m. ...............Senior Day Seminars..........................................Building 4410:30 a.m.......................Ponies: Grade (46 &Under) Judging.............South Ring11 a.m. ...........................Jr. Fair Feeder Calf Showmanship ....................Coliseum1 p.m...............................Ponies: Registered Hackney Judging................South Ring1:15 p.m.........................Canfield Fair Stick EmUp Contest ............Hay &Grain Building2 p.m...............................Ponies: Registered Shetland Judging ................South Ring4 p.m...............................Jr. Saddlehorse Drill Team Judging ..................North Ring5 p.m...............................Dog Agility Demonstrations..............................North Ring........................................Cattle: Limousin Judging...................................South Cattle Complex5:15 p.m.........................Cattle: Maine Anjou Judging.............................South Cattle Complex5:30 p.m.........................Cattle: Aberdeen Angus Judging.......................South Cattle Complex........................................Market Poultry Sale............................................Coliseum6 p.m...............................Pony Hitches Judging.........................................South Ring6:30 p.m.........................Cattle: Simmental Judging.................................South Cattle Complex7 p.m...............................Sheep Canfield Lead Line..................................Sheep Barn........................................Market Beef &Market Feeders Sale.................Colesium7:30 p.m.........................Cattle: Hereford Judging....................................South Cattle Complex8 p.m...............................World s Largest Demolition Derby..................Grandstand

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    Robinson Family SingersThe Robinson Family Singers will perform daily during the Canfield Fair at gate eight.Performances are scheduled for 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Aug. 27-29 and Sept. 1. They willalso perform at 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Aug. 30. Special shows are set for 2 p.m.and 6 p.m. Aug. 31.

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    8-11 a.m.........................Draft Pony Pig Iron Derby.................................Grandstand........................................Jr. Fair Rabbits Judging......................................Coliseum........................................Saddle Horse: 4-H Judging................................North Ring9 a.m...............................Cattle: Jersey, Guernsey Judging.......................South Cattle Complex........................................RegisteredMini Horse under 34 Judging.......South Ring10 a.m. ...........................Draft Horse: Hitch Judging................................East Ring11 a.m. ...........................Fashion Revue: 4-H Judging .............................Building25........................................Harness Racing ...................................................GrandstandNoon...............................Jr. Fair Llama Costume Class Judging..............Coliseum12: 30 p.m. ....................Sheep Shearing Demonstration .........................Sheep Barn3 p.m...............................Supreme Champion Dairy Judging...................South Cattle Complex4 p.m...............................Jr. Fair Beef Breeding Projects Judging............South Cattle Complex5 p.m...............................Pocket Pet Decorated Cage Judging .................Barn........................................Pony Hitches Judging.........................................South Ring6 p.m...............................Cattle: Beef Shorthorn Judging .........................South Cattle Complex7 p.m...............................Canfield Fair Championship Truck & Tractor Pull Grandstand7:30 p.m.........................Dog Agility Demonstration ...............................North Ring

    Sunday Aug. 318 a.m...............................CatholicWorship Service ..................................Concourse Stage9:30 a.m.........................Ecumenical Worship Service.............................Concourse Stage10 a.m. ...........................Saddle Horse Championships............................North Ring........................................Ponies: Leadline, Costume Judging ..................South Ring........................................Hitch Classes Judging ........................................South Ring11 a.m. ...........................Dog Demonstration ............................................Coliseum........................................Praise &Worship Service..................................Concourse Stage12:30 p.m. .....................Jr. Saddlehorse Drill Team.................................North Ring........................................Sheep Shearing Demonstration .........................Sheep Barn1 p.m...............................Poultry: Jr. Fair Showmanship ..........................Coliseum........................................Jr. Fair Goat Show Judging................................Coliseum 8........................................Draft Horse: Exhibitors Show ...........................East Ring........................................Dress-A-Cow Contest ........................................South Cattle Complex1:45 p.m.........................4-H Dairy Cheese Auction ................................South Cattle Complex3 p.m...............................Pocket Pet Breed Judging ..................................Coliseum3:30 p.m.........................Wee Ones: Showmanship..................................South Cattle Complex6 p.m...............................Jr. Fair Rabbit Costume Class Judging .............Coliseum6:30 p.m.........................Dog Showmanship .............................................Coliseum8 p.m...............................Reba with opening act TheWillis Clan ............Grandstand

    Monday, Sept 18-11 a.m.........................Open Draft Horse Pig Iron Derby9 a.m...............................4-H Saddle Horse Show.....................................North Ring........................................Jr. Fair Invitational Dairy Judging.....................South Cattle Complex9:30 a.m.........................Rooster Crowing Contest...................................South Ring10 a.m. ...........................Jr. Fair Pocket Pets Showmanship ....................Coliseum........................................Jr. Fair Goat Costume Class Judging ................Coliseum........................................Pony: Exhibitors Show.......................................South Ring10:30 a.m.......................Jr. Fair Llama Exhibition ...................................Coliseum11 a.m. ...........................Adult Dairy Showmanship ................................South Cattle ComplexNoon...............................Harness Racing ...................................................Grandstand12:30 p.m. .....................Sheep Shearing Demonstration .........................Sheep Barn1 p.m...............................Market Livestock Showman of Showmen .......Coliseum5 p.m...............................Dog Demonstrations...........................................Coliseum8 p.m...............................Justin Moore with special guest Randy Houser Grandstand

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    330-426-21664488 GREENVILLE SANDYLAKE RD

    STONEBORO, PA 16153

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    Elder AG & Turf Equipment49290 STATE ROUTE 14E. PALESTINE, OH 44413330-426-2166

    Elder AG & Turf Equip Co.4488 GREENSVILLE SANDYLAKE RDSTONEBORO, PA 16153724-376-3740

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