Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 01, 1995, Image 131

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The Pennsylvania FFA Foundation 12.00 ShotgUll Scramble
JOIN OUR GROWING LIST OF SPONSORS (Greens fees and cart included)
HOST SPONSOR Hors d'eouvres and
Hoss's Steak and Sea House© Dinner
Team and
Individual Awards/
♦Limited to the first
Hatfield Quality Meats
Wenger's Farm Equipment
Lancaster Farming Newspaper
Lancaster County Holiday Inn
Reilly, Creppage & Co., Inc.
American Cyanamid
Cherrydale Farms
Core States Hamilton Bank
Country Fresh Mushrooms
Earl Martin Trucking
Hormel Foods
Hunt Wesson
K.B. Printing
Lemmon Farm
Manheim Auto Auction
McCormick & Co.
Meridian Bank
Purina Mills
RUS Uniforms
Sauder's Eggs
Delaware Valley College
hoar & Young
Knouse Foods
Stauffers of Kissel Hill
For more information or reservations call
(814) 353 - 9230
M.H. Eby
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through their paces is a sight to
The tractor pull rounds out a day
of agricultural activities at 7 p.m.
Two classes for “out of the field”
tractors have been added. This pull
also includes a group of modifides
from New Yak state.
Saturday brings several more
shows to die fair. The 4-H Horse
Show, starting at 9 a.m. is the cul
mination of a year of hard work by
July 17,1995
Foxchase Golf Club
(Steven s,Pennsylvania)
Entry Fee* Includes:
Lunch 11:00 -12:00
If you’re not a golfer
Join Elizabethtown FFA
members who are
Hors d'eouvres and
144 golfers
attending for
dinner only:
a special group of kids. Judging is
based on grooming and showman
ship as well as numerous classes.
The Holstein Dairy Show also
starts at 9 a.m.
Something new to this year’s
Tioga County Fair is the Farm Toy
Show, beginning at 10 a.m. Satur
day and continuing until S p.m.
Collectors from all ova this region
will have their old and new farm
Uncart* Farming, Saturday, July 1, 1995-05
equipment toys on display, with
some of the toys possibly for sale
or swap.
Horseshoe pitching and the Jr.
Livestock Sale and Milk Auction
fill in the middle of the day. The
prize wanning market animals will
be auctioned off as well as baskets
of dairy products and a gallon of
milk from the Youth Show grand
champion of each breed.
Luzerne County Fair
The Luzerne County Fair will
start on Wednesday, Sept. 6 and
end on Sunday, Sept 10. Enter
tainment again will be provided as
part of the entrance to the
On Wednesday night the open
ing act will be Dee Dee Lee and
Country Class. The group consists
of Dee Dee’s husband and their six
children, John E., David, Tammy,
Melody, Carl, and Adam. The
group is a mixture of music in the
traditional form, plus today’s
country favorites and some good
old time gospel music. The group
will start at 8 p.m.
On Thursday evening will be
Daddy-0 and The Sax Maniacs.
The group has played for President
Clinton and his wife Hilary at the
White House and for the Inaugura
tion. They recently played at the
White House for the wedding of
Hugh Rodman to the daughter of
California Senator Barbara Boxx.
They will begin playing at 8 p.m.
untill 11 p.m. Daddy-O has also
played many local jazz clubs in the
Friday night Ron Edwards Trio
will be in the bandstand playing
from 8 p.m. until closing. Edwards
and the group are all from Luzerne
County. The group plays a mixture
of music from the ’sos on up to the
’9os. They have performed at local
clubs throughout northeastern
On Saturday night. North Coun
try will be the highlight of the
evening. North Country is a well
known local group who recently
opened for country singing star
Lee Roy Parnell at Gcnnctti’s in
Wilkes Bane. They have also been
playing in the area for some time.
They are sponsored by Delta Tires.
The group plays old and new coun
try music.
Sunday night the fair will close
with the ever popular Stanley and
The Coal Miners. The band is well
known throughout the area. They
have been the opening act for per
formers such as Yakov Smirnoff
and Bobby Vinton. They have
played on several cruise ships for
the Holland America’s line. The
entertainers have many followers
in the Northeast.
Performing throughout the
week will be The Banjo Man. The
Banjo Man will provide Blue
Grass Music and will stroll
through the fair all week, playing
his banjo and singing his songs.
Back by popular demand will be
the pelting zoo for the young and
old. The zoo will have a variety of
animals, including llamas, giraf
fes, and a collection of other
A new addition to the fair will be
a chilli contest held by the arts and
crafts division of the fair. Ayleen
Landon and Jim Rogowski, Arts
and Crafts, will be handling the
chilli contest. Rules and regula
tions will be announced at a future
date. The Arts and Crafts Depart
ment will also hold an apple pie
contest, scarecrow contest, and
chocolate baking contest.
The fair will be held at the fair
grounds, located on Route 118 in
Lehman-Dal las Twp, For more
information, call (717) 675-FAIR,