Beacon Tabs 2019 Coshocton County Fair Program - Page 6

Kids activities at the fair General rules and regulations at the fair We Appreciate Your Business! Enjoy the Fair! 514 Main Street, Coshocton 740-295-9425 Stephanie Sharrock, Owner/Stylist Paige Salters - Stylist Rochelle Conrad - Stylist Katie Saylor - Stylist Missy Courtright - Nail Tech Sarah Thomas - Pedicures ENJOY THE FAIR! Visit Us at One of Our Two Locations! 746 S. 2nd St., Coshocton 740-622-6123 1320 13th St., Dresden 740-754-2751 No person will be permitted to: • Sell or distribute free any merchandise • Post or display signs • Distribute handbills or advertising material • Make solicitations of any nature on the fairgrounds ex- cept in contracted concession or commercially rented space. • No smoking is permitted in any barn and/or exhi- bition building. • No alcohol is permitted on the fairgrounds in un- designated areas • No illegal substances permitted. • No bikes, skateboards, roller skates or in-line skates are permitted on the fairgrounds. • Removal and suspension from fairgrounds: Any individual engaging in disorderly, drunken, verbally abusive or violent behavior on the Coshocton County Fairgrounds may be removed immediately from the fairgrounds by fair board or Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office personnel. Following removal, said individual shall not be permitted back onto the premises for the remainder of the Coshocton County Fair. Further, said individual may be subject to a suspension from further fair activity for a duration to be decided by the Coshoc- ton County Fair Board at its next scheduled regular meeting. The Coshocton County Fair Board shall pro- vide the individual subject to the suspension notice of said meeting. Said individual shall be granted a 15-min- ute period during that meeting to address the Coshoc- ton County Fair Board and present his/her defense. Kidz Zone: Saturday through Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Commercial #2 building, daily shows, Little Farmers Zone, Play Zone for kids 5 and under. Bus Fair: Local schools compete for your vote. $1 per vote. Decorated/Painted busses from each performing arts department will be parked on Machinery Row the week of the fair. Come vote for your favorite bus. The proceeds will be given to each school and the winner will receive an additional $500 donated by our vendors in support of our schools. Wednesday, Oct. 2 beginning at 5:30 p.m. The schools will perform at the grandstand and immediately following, the winner will be announced. Come join us in support of our local schools before the rough truck competition. A special thanks to Mike and B Sales/Yellow Bus Sales for donating the busses. Jungle Island Petting Zoo: Sept. 27 through Oct. 3 from noon to 9 p.m. at the dairy barn Ag. Hall (Exhibitors): Youth Division - Book 185 Junior Grange Exhibit - Book 192 Kids may stop anytime and get pictures taken with the largest squash “pumpkin” Junior Fair Goat Show: Fun classes Saturday, Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. at the Jr. Fair Arena. Llama: Just for Fun Obstacle, Sept. 29 at 8 a.m. at Hunt- er Arena: (8 and under - No Fee) Kiddie Pedal Pull: Monday, Sept. 30. Registration is at 4 p.m., Pull is at 5 p.m., Front of Grandstand Lamb Lead Classes: Tuesday, Oct. 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Jr. Fair Arena - $2 entry fee Swine: Pee Wee Showman, Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 6:30 p.m. at Hunter Arena Contributed | Beacon Contributed | Beacon JEFF DRENNEN FORD Rod’s & Dogs Car Show & Customer Appreciation Event! Rain or Shine! Saturday, Sept. 28 , 2019 • 10 AM - 2 PM th Registration starts at 9:30 AM Trophy Presentation at 2:00 PM $5 .00 ENTRY FEE (All proceeds donated to the Coshocton County Animal Shelter!) Please Join Us to Support a Great Cause! Open to all years, makes & models! Brian Stillion 6B THE BEACON FREE HOT DOGS, POP & CHIPS! Adam Mills Travis Guilliams Mark Wright Dave VanDyne Over 200 used cars to choose from! Tiffany Johnson Jamie Rice Mike Brown 740-622-0001 801 South Second St., Coshocton • www.jeffdrennenford.com Hours: Mon- 9-8pm, Tue-Wed-9-6pm, Thur- 9-8pm, Fri-9-6pm, Sat-9-4 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com SEPTEMBER 25, 2019