Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 08, 1998, Image 24

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    A24-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 8, 1998
From the left are Lebanon Area Fair Queen Rebecca
Shirk, Janet Haag, Andrew Blatt, Gina Breslin, and Chad
Beller. Haag, Breslin and Beiler represent Country Fare
Restaurant in Myerstown, buyers of Blatt’s grand champion
complete market hog.
From the left, Lebanon Area Fair Queen Rebecca Shirk
helps out with Leon and Pat Houser who represent the buy
er, Plasterer Equipment Company Inc., of Kyle Fleener’s
grand champion market lamb.
From the left, Kaleo, Shaundi and Rob Billet, represent
ing the Lebanon location of Moss’ Steak and Sea House,
buyer of this reserve grand champion market lamb, stand
with Lebanon Area Fair Queen Rebecca Shirk and Wendy
Atkins, exhibitor of the champion.
Justin Fuls holds the halter of his grand champion market steer of the Lebanon
Area Fair and is joined by, from the left, Lebanon Area Fair Queen Rebecca Shirk, and
Rob Billet and his son Kaleo, representing Hoss’s Steak and Sea House in Lebanon.
From the left, Megan Fuls holds the rosette of her grand champion market hog of the
Lebanon Area Fair, and is joined by Fair Queen Rebecca Shirk, and representatives of
buyer First National Bank of Fredericksburg, Martin Daubert, Wilmer Stoner and Allet
ta Schadler.
Lebanon Fair Market Livestock
Lancaster Fanning Staff
non Co.) The July 31 sale of
245 market livestock entered in the
Lebanon Area Fair totalled
The week-long Lebanon Area
Fair culminates with the sale of
market livestock animals of three
species entered by youth in com
petition during the Fair.
The sale of the grand and
reserve grand champion hogs, beef
and lambs starts the annual sale,
followed by the sale of the rest of
the animals.
To start the sale, all the youth
selling animals gathered in the sale
ring and, after an announcement
by Brian Kreider, applauded the
support of ' the community in
advance of the sale.
The applause was a “thank-you”
gesture in advance, and in recogni
tion of the years of support that has
come from the community, during
economically difficult years as
well as during more prosperous
Auctioneer for the event was
Harry Bachman, of Annville, who
las been involved with the county
and state youth livestock sales for
years, as volunteer auctioneer and
promoter of the program.
According to Carol Kreider,
who for years has volunteered to
manage the registration and
Sale Totals $98,115
receipts from the county youth and
livestock club sales, there were
145 registered bidders for last
week’s sale, held in the large show
stands with Gina Breslin, Chad Beiler, Janet Haag, and Bil
lie Jo Atkins. Breslin, Beiler and Haag represent Country
Fare Restaurant in Myerstown, buyers of Atkins* reserve
grand champion market hog.
bam/conference center at the
Lebanon Fairgrounds.
She said that 136 market hogs
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