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NorthSide Baptist Church
Johnson’s Showroom Furniture
South Arkansas Business Solutions
Superior Home Inspection Services LLC
Atlas Foundation Repair
Immanuel Baptist Church
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Union Bank 1
Southern Quality Construction
Lucky’s Of Monticello
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
LifeShare No Date
War Eagle Boats
Seark Sod Farm
Pines Broadcasting Company
Re-Elect Sheilla Lampkin
Scripture Of The Day
Memorial Day Weekend races
Mr. Elvin Bates is a 98 year old farmer, bee keeper, sawmill owner, on Old Deane Road. He was asked to serve as County Fair Parade Marshall, representing the “family farmers” of Drew County, Monday, 70 years after he fought for our country on D-Day. He is likely the oldest veteran in Drew Co., although this has not been confirmed.
There will be no rides at the Drew County fair carnival, Thursday night, acording to the Arkansas department of labor.
Although the Department of Labor did not have an inspector show up at the fairgrounds today, meaning no inspection of machinery or paperwork was possible on site, they still cancelled tonights carnival rides.
And the winners are……
The Miss Drew County Pageant will be held Saturday night, starting at 7 pm, in the Homer Pace Auditorium, at the Fairgrounds
Miss Drew County, Anna Norris was one of three selected to advance from Thursday night’s prelim to the finals on Saturday night. Students Charlee Carter, Bliss Jaggers, and Alex Jones from Monticello Dance Academy won the Dance Group division and Charlee Carter won the Dance Solo division and will represent the Southeast region of the state at the Arkansas State Fair Finals Youth Talent Show on Saturday.
Breakfast includes bacon, eggs, sausage, toast, and biscuits & gravy.
Burgers, hot dogs, chili, and red beans & rice are on the lunch and supper menu.
Listed below are the results of the winnimg floats in the 2013 Drew County Fair Parade.
The parade video is also being posted, overnight.
Saturday night, the annual Drew County Fair “Miss Drew County” pageant was held at the fairgrounds, with Anna Norris was honored as this year’s Miss Drew County. Anna also won the interview competition.
Girls 0-11 month-old ———Boy 0-11 month-old
Winner Laney Strickland —–Casper Samaniego
1st Runner-up Carter Gober ——Aiden Marshall
2nd Runner-up Kailyn Green ——Cason Epting
Photogenic Kailyn Green ——-Jase Ryn Walker
People’s Choice Kailyn Green ——Pierre Adkins
Girl 12-23 month-old ——–Boy 12-23 month-old
Winner Aristyn Miles——————– James Lytle
1st Runner-up Khloe King———- Landon Hawkins
2nd Runner-up Sophia Brigham ———————-
Photogenic Adylin Binns———- Landon Hawkins
People’s Choice Aristyn Miles—– Landon Hawkins
Miss Tot 24-35 month-old –Tiny Miss 36-47 month-old
Winner Paisleigh Thiele—————– Annslee Roberts
1st Runner-up McKenzie Goudy ————-Khya Miller
2nd Runner-up Dailyn Trotter——– Samara Seymour
Photogenic McKenzie Goudy———– Annslee Roberts
People’s Choice Daylyn Trotter——————– ——–
Little Miss 4-5 year-old
Winner – McKinzie Adcock
1st Runner-up – Annsley Oltmann
2nd Runner-up – Leah Lytle
Photogenic – Annsley Oltmann
People’s Choice – Aleah Crosswhite
Young Miss 6-7 year-old
Winner – Allissa Bodiford
1st Runner-up – Isabella Humphries
2nd Runner-up – Lilli Orrell
Photogenic – Isabella Humphries
People’s Choice – Jaden Young
Pixy Princess 8-9 year-old
Winner Skylar Sudduth
1st Runner-up Kaylee Phillips
2nd Runner-up Kimberly Wood
Photogenic Alexis Reed
People’s Choice Alexis Reed
Pixy Miss 10-11 year-old
Winner Kelli Jo Stain
1st Runner-up Alex Lowe
2nd Runner-up Christina Wood
Photogenic Kelli Jo Stain
People’s Choice Alex Lowe
Petite Miss 12-13 year-old
Winner Karson Kilcrease
1st Runner-up Jordan Smith
2nd Runner-up Faith Krueger
Photogenic Jordan Smith
People’s Choice Faith Krueger
Instrumental Solo – Jessaca Shepherd—winner
Dance Group – Monticello Dance Academy –Tap 3—winner
Dance Solo – Charlee Carter—winner
Monticello Dance Academy Tap 3—winner
Charlee Carter—1st place
Shown, left to right: Charlee Carter, Bliss Jaggers, Alex Jones, Jessaca Shepherd and Alex Borchardt
The new Livestock Barn has been completed, and will be in use for this year’s fair.
“Country Nights, Carnival Lights” is the theme of the 2013 Drew County Fair & Livestock Show.
This year’s fair dates are Sept. 16-21. with the Fair Pageants and talent show scheduled for Sept. 9-14
A Junior Fair Board has been formed and will be assisting with this year’s fair.
Remember to start planning your exhibits, now. The County Extension Office can provide information to help you.
Also, make plans to include your business, club, or organization in the Commercial Booth area. Call Brenda Reed at 723-6740 to reserve your booth.
The purpose of the Jr. Fair Board is to increase the support of our youth, and educate them in the operations in community programs, such as the County Fair.
Members of the Drew County Fair Board and the Cooperative Extension Service would like to encourage residents to begin planning for the annual fair, which will be held the third week of September.
“Every year, we have residents tell us that they wish they had thought about entering a craft project, photo or preserved food item in the fair, but didn’t get started in time to do so,” said Drew County Family and Consumer Sciences Agent, Hazelene McCray. “We just wanted to give everyone a friendly reminder that the fair would be coming up, and to ask them to start thinking about things they would like to enter, whether it be arts and crafts, animals, vegetables – whatever. The fair is more fun when there are lots of entries in all the different categories and more people can earn “bragging rights’ about their submissions and have their friends and family come out to view their award-winning works.”
The Drew County Fairground’s Auditorium is available for rent for Family Reunions, ‘Weddings and/or Wedding Receptions,
Special rates are available for Birthday Party for young or old alike!
Rain or Shine — Hot or Cold — Call for Info
Contact Brenda Reed @ 870-723-6740.
Drew County 4-H Poultry Club was well represented at the Arkansas State Fair Poultry show this weekend. The first 3 places in Junior Showmanship Competition went to Drew County students. Pictured are (l to r) Sunni Deb Weaver, 3rd place, Ethan Graves, 2nd place and Bree-anne Lanthrip, 1st place.
Ethan’s Black Modern Game pullet was chosen to win Reserve Champion Modern.
Students from Monticello Dance Academy competed in the Arkansas State Fair Youth Talent Show Finals on Saturday night, October 20th. The tap dance group “It Don’t Matter” consisting of Charlee Carter, Mary Beth Wigley, Emmalee Satterlee, Alex Jones, Ashlen McRae, and Bliss Jaggers won the dance group division Thursday night at the semi-finals and advanced to Saturday night’s finals. At the finals they won the dance group division and $500.
Charlee Carter also competed at the semi-finals on Thursday night with her tap routine to “Pencil Full of Lead” and advanced to the finals. She won the dance solo division at the finals as well as $500.
These girls are under the instruction of Allison Neill and are in their 7th, 8th, and/or 9th year of dance at MDA.
These students from Monticello Dance Academy represented the Drew County and Cleveland County fairs at the Southeast Arkansas District Fair in Pine Bluff this past weekend. They qualified for district by winning overall or 2nd overall at their local county fair’s talent show.
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Cash Saver Food Outlet
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Monticello Animal Clinic
The Guest House
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Drew Farm / Drew Outdoor & Casual Wear
Cass Martin Realty
Union Bank 2
Custom Truck / Spee-D-Lube
Ashley County Medical Center
The Computer Guys
Gibson & Keith
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Razorback Body Shop
Holiday Inn Express