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October 3, 2018

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Page 4 Pre-Fair Supplement. October 3, 2018 4-H Clubs & Leaders In Waish County Hayshakers - Mark Hodek, Kori Hodek, Nancy Huhta Made in USA Kids -Jacqi Zikmund, Julie Zikmund, Helen Zikmund, Miranda Lien Seven Rustlers" Todd Knudson, Jon Beneda, Lori Ternquist, Allie Beneda, Katie Ralston Spirit - Charlotte Klose, Paul Klose, Naomi Myrdal Walsh Winners - Anna Ramsey, Megan Ramsey, Sue Brummond, Marlys Kjelland, Becky Nelson Ranch Hands -Travis Bell, Corrine Bell,Angle Schroeder, Sally Larson, Sherry Norman Flatlanders - Susan Narloch, Jenny Napier Walsh County 4-H Council Executive Officers President - Paul Klose, Hoople Vice-President - Julie Zikmund, Pisek Secretary - Kori Hodek Fairdale Treasurer- Charlotte Klose, Hoople County Fair 2018 Officers & Directors President: Paul Klose, Hoople Vice President: Dale Pesel Lawton Past President: Matt O'Neil, Fordville Treasurer: Sarah Arndt, Park River Secretary: Anna Ramsey; Park River Directors: Jon Beneda, Lankin, Bill Bjorneby; Hoople,Jeanette Bjornstad, Park River, Kelly Houser, Park River, Charlotte Klose, Hoople,Todd Knudson, Fordville, Luke Lillehaugen, Brocket, Lee Ruzicka, Fordville, Craig Skorheim, Adams and Julie Zikmund, Piselc Commercial Booth Chairman Greg Bauer, Park River Walsh County Fair Manager Brad Brummond, Park River 9 The 2018 Walsh County for an hour or two during any Fair is expected to be A BIG EVENT this fall & numerous volunteers (leaders, parents, youth & community members) will be needed to assist with building set-up, numerous 4-H Events and building clean-up. If you are able to volunteer of the days or times listed be- low, please contactJamie Med- bery at the Extension Office, 284-6624. Monday, October 15th, 7pm - building clean-up Wednesday, October 17th, 3:30pm -I 0pm - judge's helpers, winner's booth, arrange exhibits Thursday; October 18th, all day - building watch Friday, October 19th, all day - building watch Saturday, October 20th, 8:30am - I 1:30am - release of exhibits & building cleanup Monday evenin& October 15th is the off'n- cial set up night for the 104th Annual Walsh County Pair. Clean-up will begin at 7. 30 pm any- one interested in volunteering a few hours of time are asked to come to the Fair Building Monday. 4-H members, parents and leaders are especially encouraged to help with set up.Vol- unteers are asked to bring brooms, pails and tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, etc. I ! Don't miss the Post-Fair Supplement; featuring the winners and award photos from the 2018 Fair. Brought to you by the Walsh County Press COUNTY Official Paper of the Walsh County Fair Your in the Hear of Walah in Introducing My Mobile Money Access This free app alerts you when your debit card is being used, shows transactions and lets you turn the card off and on. To learn more. stop by our booth at the Walsh County Fair or visit your local First United Bank. UNITED Bank Member Putting You First FDIC wvvw.