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Crank It Up
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Forms must be turned in by 6 pm Tues., Aug. 20th.
Recipes must be printed on an index card with participants name on Back and competition number
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only when judging. All ice cream must be frozen at Fiddlers Grove. NO ExCEPTiONs
Ingredients, salt & serving spoon are responsibility of contestant. The fair will provide ice for all contestants.
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Wilson County Fair 2013 • Page 3
2013 Wilson County Fair
August 16-24 at James E. Ward Agricultural Center
DAILY SCHEDULE OF FAIR EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Nightly Fireworks sponsored by The Tennessee Lottery
PROUDLY FEATURING ONE OF AMERICA’S
PREMIER TRAVELING CARNIVAL MIDWAYS -
AMUSEMENTS OF AMERICA
***All events are tentative. Items may be changed at
any time prior to August 16, 2013.
Daily Happenings: Nightly Fireworks sponsored by
The Tennessee Lottery – 10 p.m, Ag-Venture Barn, A
Taste of Wilson County Cooking Demos, Germ City,
Hypnotist Michael Blaine, Circle C Racing Pigs & Pet-
ting Zoo, David Turner & Friends, Doodles the Clown,
Musical Entertainment daily on Back Porch Stage;
Community Stage, Entertainment Stage, Fiddlers Grove
Opry & Hee Haw Stage, Jammin’ on the Midway, Com-
mercial Exhibits, Adult and Youth Education Exhibits,
fce Cultural Arts Exhibits, Preemie Quilt Exhibits, Fruits
& Vegetable Exhibits, Hay & Farm Crops, Flower and
Rose Show, Ham Show, Honey Show, Wine and Home
Brewing Competition, Taxidermy Exhibition, Fine Arts
Show, Photography Show, Stained Glass Show, Farm
Equipment Display, Pick TN Products Exhibit, School
Exhibits, High Roller Wade Henry Show, The Pupp-
tone Rockers, Banana Derby, King Robota, Rhinestone
Roper, Debi & the Doo Wops, & Happy Strings Dulci-
mer Ensemble.
Fiddlers Grove Activities: Chain Saw Artist, Camp
Fire Cooking, Spinning & Weaving, Soap Making, Hide
Tanning, Baskets, Black Smithin’, Wood Carving, Pot-
tery Makers, Broom Making, Quilting Demonstrations,
Antique Car Display, Civil War Reenactment, Mules,
Llamas, Working Grist Mill, Sorghum Making, Apple
Butter, Shuck Dolls, Honey Bee Demonstrations, Antique
Tractor & Engine Display, plus many more attractions.
Friday, August 16 - History and Tradition Day –
“BEE” at Wilson County’s Biggest Annual Event
- Gates, Buildings & Carnival Open at 5 p.m. Parade - 7
p.m. 12 & Under Amateur Talent Show, Barrel Races,
Boer Goat Show, Super Tractor Pull, Sheep Dog Demon-
strations, Blood Hound Search & Rescue, $1,000 CASH
GIVE-A-WAY.
saturday, August 17 - Tennessee Lottery Day –
Have a “Honey” of a Time Playing The Tennessee
Lottery - Gates & Buildings Open at 10 a.m., Carnival
Opens 12 noon - Bicycle Ride Around Wilson County,
Super Pull Tractors & Stock Trucks, Sacred Harp Sing-
ing, QR Code Scavenger Hunt, Salsa Making Competi-
tion, “Wilson County’s Best Steak, Rib, & Boston Butt”
Competition, 13 & Up Amateur Talent Show, Youth
Horse Show, TN Jr. Market Goat Show, Ms. TN Senior
Wilson County Pageant, Rabbit Show Entries (7:00 a.m.
– 8:45 a.m.), Poultry Judging, Rabbit Judging, Sheep Dog
Demonstrations, Pillsbury Pet-Ritz Baking Champion-
ship, Special Dogs for Special Needs Show, Clogging
Competition, Cookie Decorating Contest, Social Graces
Dog Training Show, Special Needs Pageant, Train
Museum Dedication, $1,000 CASH GIVE-A-WAY.
sunday, August 18 - Red, White, Blue Day – You
“BEE”long at the Fair - Gates Open at 12 noon, Build-
ings & Carnival Open at 1 p.m. - 9 a.m. Church Service
in Fiddlers Grove - Lebanon First Baptist Church Choir,
Immanuel Baptist Church Choir, Cat Show, Dairy Goat
Show, Antique Car Show, Stock Horse Show, Antique
& Farm Tractor Pull, Miniature Donkey Show, Rooster
Crowing Contest, Meet the Show Dogs and Obedience
Training, Wild About Hair Competition, Rachel’s Chal-
lenge Rally, $1,000 CASH GIVE-A-WAY.
Monday, August 19 – Blending Music,
Fellowship and Fun for Everyone – Bring Your
“Honey” and enjoy - Gates, Buildings & Carnival Open
at 5 p.m. - Gates Open at 3 p.m. for Senior Citizens Pic-
nic (Seniors age 60 or older) $6 admission, Ivan Parker
& Friends in Concert, Rhode Island Red Head Contest,
Fairest of the Fair Pageant, Flat Track Racing, fce Fash-
ion Revue, Conformation Dog Show, $1,000 CASH
GIVE-A-WAY.
Tuesday, August 20 - Taste the Homegrown Fun
Day – Agriculture at its Best – “Comb” One “Comb”
All - Gates, Buildings & Carnival Open at 5 p.m. –
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Bluegrass Concert,
Beef Cattle Show I, Feeder Pig Show, Hog-A-Rama,
Go Kart Races/Yard Karts, Doll Parade Division I Pag-
eant, Shutter Bug Photo Contest, THE GREAT CAR/
TRUCK/TRACTOR/ATV GIVE-A-WAY.
Wednesday, August 21 - Melody is in the Air at the
Wilson County Fair – Music sweet as Honey - Gates,
Buildings & Carnival Open at 5 p.m. –John Michael
Montgomery Concert, King of the Fair Div. I & II,
Fair Princess Pageant Division IV, Jr. Dairy Cattle
Show, Go Kart Races-4-Cycle Competition, Canine Unit
Explosive Detection Dogs, $1,000 CASH GIVE-A-
WAY.
Thursday, August 22 - Harvest the Fun with Gen-
erations to Come – “Bee”utiful for All – Gates, Build-
ings, & Carnival Open at 5 p.m. – TN Central Region
4-H Outdoor Meat Cookery Competition, Off Road
Challenge, Open Dairy Cattle Show, Dexter Cattle Show,
Doll Parade Pageant Division II, Battery Power Ride Toy
Race, Pedal Push Tractor Pull Ride Toys, Read & Win,
School Spirit Jam, New Leash on Life Dogs for Adop-
tion, TN Jr. Rodeo Competition, TN Central Region 4-H
Outdoor Meat Cookery Competition, Old Time Spelling
Bee Competition, $1,000 CASH GIVE-A-WAY.
Friday, August 23 - Crash, Boom, “BUZZ” Day
– “BEE” seen at the Fair - Gates, Buildings & Carni-
val Open at 5 p.m. - Beef Cattle Show II, Fair Princess
Pageants - Division I, II, & III, Demolition Derby, Lawn
Mower Demolition Derby, Jr. Commercial Ewe & Mar-
ket Lamb Shows, Honey Only Cookie Contest, Blood
Hounds Search & Rescue, Jazz Alliance, TN Jr. Rodeo
Competition, Sheep Dog Demonstrations.
saturday, August 24 - Ford Day “BUZZ” – Red,
White, and You Celebrating Your Middle Tennes-
see Ford Dealers - Gates, Buildings Open at 10 a.m.,
Carnival Opens 12 noon - Parade – 6 p.m. School Day
Events, Crank It Up Homemade Ice Cream Freeze Off ,
Beef Cattle Show III, Baby Show, Chili Cook-Off , Mule
Show, Mule Pulling, Open Breeding Sheep Show, Demo-
lition Derby, Lawn Mower Demolition Derby, Fiddlers
Grove Bluegrass Competition, Square Dance Jamboree,
Horseshoe Pitching Contest, Corn Hole Tournament,
Text Messaging Contest, QR Code Scavenger Hunt, Fly-
ball Demonstrations, Meet the Show Dogs, Arm Wres-
tling Championship, Cupcake Challenge, Sheep Dog
Demonstrations.
The Best of Tennessee - “Best Annual Event”
Reader’s Choice Awards - “The Tennessee Magazine”
“Best County Fair” - Busy Bee Trader Magazine
Listed in Top 20 Events by southeast Tourism Association
in the Top 50 Fairs in North America for the fourth year
For more information go to wilsoncountyfair.net
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Celebrating the Year
of the Honey Bee
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table oF Contents
Admission Cost & Guidlines ........................................5
Corn Hole Tournament ..................................................5
Country star to rock Wilson County Fair ......................6
Promotions board unveils fair details ............................6
Jammin’ on the Midway ................................................7
Entertainment Stage Performances ...............................8
Tractor Pull ...................................................................8
Music City Star tickets available...................................9
Great Giveaway returns ...............................................10
Community Stage Performances .................................11
Fiddlers Grove Opry Performances ............................12
Ms. TN Senior Wilson County ....................................12
Fiddlers Grove Train Museum ....................................12
Fiddlers Grove Back Porch Stage ...............................13
2013 Fairest of the Fair ...............................................14
Nightly
freworks
at 10 p.m.
sponsored by
The Tennessee
Lottery
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Clark Boyd, Agent
1028 West Main Street
Lebanon, TN 37087-3352
(Bus) 615-444-8111
www.clarkboyd.com
Email: clark@clarkboyd.com
kIds’ nIght
events
Presented by
WILSON COUNTY
PROMOTIONS, INC.
Thursday, August 22, 2013
Chairman: Joe Holbrook - 443-2626
All Events Register at 6:30 pm -
Trophies given for 1st, 2nd & 3rd in each event.
Events will be held on the softball feld. Please enter through
Tennessee Blvd. Gate
BATTERY POWER RiDE TOY RACE
6:30 pm - Furnish own toy
*Participants with Ride Toys enter at Tenn. Blvd. gate.
*Factory Originals only - No Modifed Equipment.
Class winners will be by the fastest time.
CLASSES: 1) 3 & 4 years;
2) 5 & 6 years • 3) 7 & 8 years
PEDAL PUsH
6:30 pm - Tractor Pull Ride Toys
Tractors will be furnished. Enter at TN Blvd. Gate.
3 Classes, by child’s weight - boys & girls compete together.
Class winners will be judged on distance pulled and time.
CLASSES: 1) 40-55 lbs.;
2) 56-70 lbs. • 3) 71-85 lbs.
Wilson County Fair 2013 • Page 5
admission Costs & guidelines
FAIR OPENS:
Monday - Friday 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m.
Sunday 12 Noon
GATE ADMISSION
Gate Admission: Adults - $7
Children 6-12 - $5
5 & Under FREE
• SATURDAYS AUG. 17 & 24 -
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
- 10 a.m. - 1p.m. only, $2 off ad-
mission (One discount ONLY per
person – cannot be used in addition
with other discounts)
• SATURDAY, AUG. 17 –
TENNESSEE LOTTERY DAY -
Bring a non-winning Lottery Ticket,
get $1 off admission – Adults Only
(ticket will be retained)
Starting at 5:00 p.m., the frst 50
adults at each admission gate will
receive a Lottery Scratch Off Ticket
• SATURDAY, AUG. 24 – FORD
DAY AT THE FAIR -
Wear a Ford logo Hat or bring a
Ford Keychain get $2 off admission
price
• SUNDAY, AUG. 18 – $2 off
adult admission with church bulletin
(each person must bring a bulletin
from their choice of faith for the
weekend of Aug. 18)
• MONDAY, AUG 19 – SENIOR
CITIZENS DAY (60 and older) $6
admission
SEASON TICKET $30
Available online at www.wilson-
countyfair.net, or at local banks,
Mt. Juliet & Lebanon Chambers of
Commerce, Wilson County Fair Of-
fce, & Moss’ Florist in Mt. Juliet.
CARNIVAL RIDE ONE PRICE:
$22 - Individual Ride Tickets can
be purchased for $1 each (each ride
takes 2, 3, 4 or 5 tickets depending
on the ride)
CARNIVAL RIDE SPECIALS:
• FRIDAY, AUG 16 Opening Day
– Buy 1 $22 Armband – Get 2nd ½
price!
• SATURDAYS AUG. 17 & 24 -
$20 before 4 p.m., after 4:00 p.m.
$22
• SUNDAY, AUG. 18 - $18 before
4 p.m., after 4 p.m. - $20
• SATURDAYS, AUG. 17 & 24 –
MIDNIGHT MADNESS
11 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. only - $10.
Tickets will go on sale at 10:30 p.m.
(Armband valid until close of day)
• WEDNESDAY, AUG 21 –
MERCHANTS DAY - $2
off price of armband with coupon
available from THE GREAT
GIVE-AWAY SPONSORS
RIDES OPEN Saturday, Aug. 17 &
24 - noon Sunday, Aug. 18 - 1 pm •
All other nights - 5 pm
PREFERRED PARKING -
$5 PER CAR
FREE PARKING STILL
AVAILABLE
PETS NOT ALLOWED
SERVICE ANIMALS ONLY
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ENTERTAINMENT STAGE - See page 61
AUG. 16 - FRIDAY
7:15 Starr (Brittany)
8:00 René & Edie Jones
9:00 Jordan Vanatta & Freight
Train Boogie
AUG. 17 - SATURDAY
5:30 Carri Lynn
6:30 Karree Phillips
7:00 James Allen Clark
7:30 New Wine Singers
8:00 Mary Grace Williams
8:30 Elizabeth Merrell
9:00 MILAS
AUG. 18 - SUNDAY
3:00 Exit 219
4:00 Nesbitt Family
5:00 Three Parts Grace
6:00 Church of Joel
7:00 Dowell Chapel Choir
7:45 Cross Style Church
AUG. 19 - MONDAY
5:30 Hillcrest Baptist Church
7:00 WC Grand Squares
8:30 Kristina Craig
AUG. 20- TUESDAY
5:30 Success Martial Arts
6:30 Intrigue Gymnastics
7:30 Evermean Evergreen
Cloggers
8:30 Ross Key
AUG. 21 - WEDNESDAY
6:00 Music City Dream Weavers
emerging artists
7:00 Martinez Family
8:00 Jim Bishop
8:30 Erika Raen

AUG. 22 - THURSDAY
6:00 L’Town Quartet
6:30 Kathy Simpson
7:00 Devi Black
7:30 Susie Guerin
8:30 4 The Lord
9:00 Brandon Maddox
AUG. 23 - FRIDAY
5:30 Cowboy Bob
6:00 Brooke Hudgins
6:30 Ryan Ruppel
7:00 Susanne Winfree
7:30 The Cloggin’ Click
8:00 Mt Juliet School of Dance
8:30 Jackson Deereld
AUG. 24 - SATURDAY
2:00 Southern Country Cloggers
3:00 Harlan County Line
4:00 Donelson Dolls
4:30 Jasmine Zervas
5:00 Jessica Lackey
5:30 Tori Ritts
6:15 Bryan Keith
7:00 Fair Parade passes in front
of stage
7:30 The Dixie Travelers
Lebanon Worship Arts
Team
FIDDLERS GROVE BACK PORCH STAGE - See page 70
August 16-24, 2013 • Shows 7-10 pm Nightly
Saturday, Aug. 17, 2-11 pm • Sunday, Aug. 18, 4-6 pm & 7-10 pm
COMMUNITY STAGE - See page 45
FRI - AUG. 16: The Rigney’s; Tennessee Central
SAT - AUG. 17: Kenny & Amanda Smith; Full Steam
Ahead; Bluegrass Solution; One Way Out
SUN - AUG. 18: Eddie & Martha Adcock; A Step
Ahead
MON - AUG. 19: Runaway Freight
TUES - AUG. 20: Tom Brantley & Missionary Ridge
WED - AUG. 21: Jimmie Bowen & Santa Fe
THURS - AUG. 22: Farm Hands Quartet
FRI - AUG. 23: Jerry Butler & The Blu J’s;
Tina Adair Band
SAT - AUG. 24: BLUEGRASS
COMPETITION;
One Way Out
CARNIVAL RIDE ONE PRICE: $22
Individual Ride Tickets can be purchased for $1 each
(each ride takes 2, 3, 4 or 5 tickets depending on the ride)
CARNIVAL RIDE SPECIALS:
• FRIDAY, AUG 16 Opening Day – Buy 1 $22 Arm-
band – Get 2nd ½ price!
• SATURDAYS AUG. 17 & 24 - $20 before 4 p.m.,
after 4:00 p.m. $22
• SUNDAY, AUG. 18 - $18 before 4 p.m., after 4 p.m.
- $20
• SATURDAYS, AUG. 17 & 24 – MIDNIGHT MAD-
NESS 11 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. only - $10. Tickets will
go on sale at 10:30 p.m. (Armband valid until close
of day)
• WEDNESDAY, AUG 21 – MERCHANTS DAY - $2
off price of armband with coupon available from
THE GREAT GIVE-AWAY SPONSORS
RIDES OPEN Saturday, Aug. 17 & 24 - noon
Sunday, Aug. 18 - 1 pm • All other nights - 5 pm
PETS NOT ALLOWED • SERVICE ANIMALS ONLY.
SEASON TICKET $30
Available online at www.wilsoncountyfair.net, or at local
banks, Mt. Juliet & Lebanon Chambers of Commerce,
Wilson County Fair Ofce, & Moss’ Florist in Mt. Juliet.
AUG. 16 - FRIDAY
7:00 YarDboys
AUG. 17 - SATURDAY
7:30 Total Eclipse
AUG. 18 - SUNDAY
2:00-4:00 LEB-NON
7:00 -9:00 Callie McKinney
AUG. 19 - MONDAY
6:30-9:30 The Max Band
AUG. 20 - TUESDAY
6:30-9:30 Chessmen
AUG. 21 - WEDNESDAY
6:30-9:30 Johnny Carver
AUG. 22 - THURSDAY
7:00 - Gotcha Kuvr’d
AUG. 23 - FRIDAY
7:00 - Legacy
AUG. 24 - SATURDAY
1:30 & 2:30 4-H Performing
Troupe
7:30 Blues Brokers
• SATURDAYS AUG. 17 & 24 - EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
- 10 a.m. - 1p.m. only, $2 off admission (One discount
ONLY per person – cannot be used in addition with other
discounts)
• SATURDAY, AUG. 17 – TENNESSEE EDUCATION
LOTTERY DAY - Bring a non-winning Lottery Ticket, get
$1 off admission – Adults Only (ticket will be retained)
Starting at 5:00 p.m., the rst 50 adults at each admission
gate will receive a Lottery Scratch Off Ticket
• SATURDAY, AUG. 24 – FORD DAY AT THE FAIR -
Wear a Ford logo Hat or bring a Ford Keychain get $2 off
admission price
• SUNDAY, AUG. 18 – $2 off adult admission with church
bulletin (each person must bring a bulletin from their
choice of faith for the weekend of Aug. 18)
• MONDAY, AUG 19 – SENIOR CITIZENS DAY (60 and
older) $6 admission
GATE ADMISSION
Gate Admission: Adults - $7
Children 6-12 - $5 • 5 & Under FREE
FAIR OPENS:
Monday - Friday 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. • Sunday 12 Noon
PREFERRED PARKING - $5 PER CAR
FREE PARKING STILL AVAILABLE
JAMMIN’ ON THE MIDWAY - See page 100
FRI - AUG. 16: 6-8 pm - Zach Allen Trio
9-11 pm - Michael Vance Trio - Regular
performer in many Nashville hot spots!
SAT - AUG. 17: 6-8 pm The Granny Whites -
featured on Fox 45 Morning News
MON - AUG. 19: One Show - TBA
TUES - AUG. 20: One Show - TBA
WED - AUG. 21: No Show
THURS - AUG. 22: One Show - TBA
FRI - AUG. 23: 6-8 pm - Midnight Flyer
9-11 pm - The Springs - New Music Awards,
“New Group of the Year”
SAT - AUG. 24: 6-8 pm - Kaileigh Bullard - As seen
on the TV Show “Nashville!”
9-11 pm - Brothers and Sisters of Soul
Ride the Music City Star
to the Wilson Co. Fair - See Details pg. 6
Corn hole
tournament
saturday, August 24
Registration: 10-10:30 am
Competition begins at 11am
To be held just inside the Green Gate
off of Peyton Road Entrance
Anyone can play!
1st Prize : $40 & ribbons per team
2nd Prize: $30 & ribbons per team
3rd Prize: $20 & ribbons per team
Limited to frst 40 that register • Double Elimination
Entry Fee: $20 per team
Visit www.wilsoncountyfair.net for rules.
For more information call Mike Allen 394-7818
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By Jared Felkins
jfelkins@lebanondemocrat.com
Wilson County Fair promoters Friday an-
nounced John Michael Montgomery will per-
form during the Wilson County Fair.
Montgomery will take the stage Aug. 21 at
8 p.m. Ticket information is available at wil-
soncountyfair.net.
With a musical career that spans 12 albums
and a greatest hits package, Montgomery’s
hits include “I Swear,“ Be My Baby Tonight,“
“I Can Love You Like That,“ “Sold (the
Grundy County Auction Incident)“ and “Life“s
A Dance,“ among many others. He’s earned
15 No. 1 singles, sold more than 10 million
albums and received numerous industry and
fan-voted awards, three CMA Awards, five
ACM Awards and an American Music Award.
In November 2007, Montgomery launched
his own label, Stringtown Records, taking
on the role of chief executive officer. He re-
leased his 10th studio album, Time Flies, in
2008, which he produced with Byron Galli-
more. The album“s first single, “If You Ever
Went Away,” marked Montgomery’s first
return to the airwaves since “Letters From
Home,” (2004) reached No. 2 on Billboards
Country Singles chart.
Born Jan. 20, 1965, in Danville, Ky., Mont-
gomery arrived on the country music scene
in 1993 with a debut album, Life’s a Dance,
which became the only million-seller on the
country charts by a new artist that year. Its
title track was a No. 4 hit single and was fol-
lowed by his first country No. 1 single, “I
Love the Way You Love Me.” The follow-
up, Kickin’ It Up, hit the top spot on both
the country and adult contemporary charts
and produced four more successful singles,
the chart-topping “I Swear,” “Be My Baby
Tonight,” “If You Got Love” and the No. 4
single “Rope the Moon.”
Montgomery and his older brother, Eddie
Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry, re-
ceived musical encouragement from their
father, who performed in a local country band
and taught his son his first chords. He joined
the family band as guitarist before taking the
lead singing role when his parents divorced.
Afterwards, he made a frugal living on the
local honky-tonk scene as a solo artist play-
ing what he referred to as “working man’s
country.” Eventually, Atlantic Records signed
him, and he became part of the “90s wave of
honky tonk hitmakers.
“I’ve been singing since I was a kid,”
Montgomery said. “And I’ve been very for-
tunate to have a lot of peaks and valleys
in my career; seeing a lot of changes since
1992. The main thing I’ve learned is to just
be myself, to treat people kindly, and if you
give radio a good song, they’ll play it. I know
how lucky it is to be successful in this busi-
ness, and I’ve always tried to let the fans, the
deejays and the people I work with know how
much I appreciate them.”
Country star to rock Wilson County Fair
submitted
John Michael Montgomery
promotions board unveils
details on special events
staf reports
The 300-member Wilson County pro-
motions board met July 25 for its kickoff
meeting for this year’s fair. The group
covered the fnal details of each part of
the fair. The annual event, which will be
Aug. 16-24, has been operated for the last
34 years by the nonproft organization.
The profts of each year’s fair are put back
into the Wilson County Fair and James E.
Ward Ag Center, as well as establishing
a reserve to cover expenses of one year’s
fair. Visitors to the 2013 Wilson County
Fair will see major improvements consist-
ing of a new entrance to the grounds on
Sparta Pike; access roads in parking lots
to increase parking capacity, as well as
improving two-lane traffc fow; a newly
enlarged poultry and rabbit building; new
Fiddlers Grove Train Museum; new Ten-
nessee Junior Rodeo on Aug. 22-23; a
new spelling bee in Fiddlers Grove; new
Celebrating Beauty Special Needs Beauty
Pageant; riding the Music City Star to the
Wilson County Fair on Aug. 17 and Aug.
24; and Wild About Hair, a competition
between salons. For more information on
the Wilson County Fair, visit wilsoncoun-
tyfair.net.
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FRi - AUG. 16:
6-8pm - Zach Allen Trio
9-11pm - Zone status
sAT - AUG. 17:
6-8pm - The Expression
9-11pm - The Granny Whites
MON - AUG. 19:
6:30-8:30pm - Michael Vance Trio
TUEs - AUG. 20:
6:30-8:30pm - Jake Cauley
THURs - AUG. 22:
6:30-8:30pm - Bernadette Temple
FRi - AUG. 23:
6-8pm - Midnight Flyer
9-11pm The springs
(New Music Awards, “New Group
of the Year”)
sAT - AUG. 24:
6-8pm - Kaileigh Bullard
(As seen on the TV show “Nashville”)
9-11pm - Brothers and sisters of soul
Jammin’ on the Midway
The springs
Zach Allen Trio
Kaileigh
Bullard
Midnight
Flyer
Michael
Vance
Trio
The Granny
Whites
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AUG. 16 - FRiDAY
7:15 Starr (Brittany)
8:00 René & Edie Jones
9:00 Jordan Vanatta & Freight
Train Boogie
AUG. 17 - sATURDAY
5:30 Carri Lynn
6:30 Karree Phillips
7:00 James Allen Clark
7:30 New Wine Singers
8:00 Mary Grace Williams
8:30 Elizabeth Merrell
9:00 MILAS
AUG. 18 - sUNDAY
3:00 Exit 219
4:00 Nesbitt Family
5:00 Three Parts Grace
6:00 Church of Joel
7:00 Dowell Chapel Choir
7:45 Cross Style Church
AUG. 19 - MONDAY
5:30 Hillcrest Baptist Church
7:00 WC Grand Squares
8:30 Kristina Craig
AUG. 20- TUEsDAY
5:30 Success Martial Arts
6:30 Intrigue Gymnastics
7:30 Evermean Evergreen
Cloggers
8:30 Ross Key
AUG. 21 - WEDNEsDAY
6:00 Music City Dream
Weavers
emerging artists
7:00 Martinez Family
8:00 Jim Bishop
8:30 Erika Raen
AUG. 22 - THURsDAY
6:00 L’Town Quartet
6:30 Kathy Simpson
7:00 Devi Black
7:30 Susie Guerin
8:30 4 The Lord
9:00 Brandon Maddox
AUG. 23 - FRiDAY
5:30 Cowboy Bob
6:00 Brooke Hudgins
6:30 Ryan Ruppel
7:00 Susanne Winfree
7:30 The Cloggin’ Click
8:00 Mt Juliet School of
Dance
8:30 Jackson Deerf eld
AUG. 24 - sATURDAY
2:00 Southern Country
Cloggers
3:00 Harlan County Line
4:00 Donelson Dolls
4:30 Jasmine Zervas
5:00 Jessica Lackey
5:30 Tori Ritts
6:15 Bryan Keith
7:00 Fair Parade passes in
front of stage
7:30 The Dixie Travelers
Lebanon Worship Arts Team
Entertainment Stage
Jasmine
Jessica Lackey
starr
The Martinez
Family
Rene &
Edie
Jones
Tori Ritts
Mary-Grace
Williams
Dixie Travelers
intrigue
Evermean Evergreen Cloggers
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Staf Reports
The Regional Transportation Authority
of Middle Tennessee will operate Music
City Star train service to the Wilson
County Fair on Aug. 17 and Aug. 24.
An allotment of 400 tickets will be avail-
able to the general public for each day.
The cost is $20 for ages 13 and older,
$15 for ages 6-12, and free for ages 5 and
younger. The ticket includes round-trip
train fare and one-day admission to the
fair.
Parking is free at all of the outlying sta-
tions in Donelson, Hermitage, Mt. Juliet
and Lebanon, and customers are encour-
aged to park at these stations as there is no
parking available at Riverfront Station.
Tickets are available online at tick-
etsnashville.com and wilsoncountyfair.net
with a credit card. Tickets will be on sale
until 48 hours prior to departure or until
they are sold out, whichever comes frst.
The train is scheduled to depart from Riv-
erfront Station at noon, stop in Donelson
at 12:12 p.m., Hermitage at 12:26 p.m.,
Mt. Juliet at 12:35 p.m., Martha at 12:45
p.m., Lebanon at 12:55 p.m. and arrive at
the Temporary Fairgrounds Station at 1:05
p.m. The return train to Nashville leaves
the Temporary Fairgrounds Station at 9
p.m.
Customers who buy the special tickets
will need to show their ticket to the con-
ductor for scanning when boarding on
both trips. Children age 5 and younger
will need a printed ticket. Parents should
request these tickets when they make their
purchase.
Backpacks and folding chairs will be al-
lowed onboard. Any items that will not ft
underneath the seat, such as large coolers,
bikes and wagons, are not permitted on
the train.
Weekday Music City Star tickets and
passes are not accepted on the Wilson
County Fair train.
new for ’13: Music City
star tickets available
to Wilson County Fair
Submitted
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Our short-term rehab unit has
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which helps to create a homelike
atmosphere.
Services & Amenities
Visit our booth
at the 2013
Wilson County Fair!
Turner Evans Building
Staf Reports
Wilson County Fair offcials announced
recently the Wilson County Fair Great
Giveaway will make its return to the fair in
August.
Fair goers will have the opportunity to
win $1,000 in six nights during the fair. On
Aug. 20, they will choose between six dif-
ferent prizes for the fourth straight year.
“We are very excited about the 2013
offering for the fair,” said Keith Harrison,
chairman of the fair’s Great Giveaway
committee. “Fair goers will have the op-
portunity to choose between a selection of
cars, a tractor and a recreational utility ve-
hicle. Someone is going to drive away with
one of these spectacular choices.”
The Great Giveaway lineup includes the
following 2013 models provided by the fol-
lowing local businesses: Chevrolet Malibu
from Wilson County Motors; Dodge Jour-
ney from Rockie Williams Premier Dodge;
Ford Focus from Bates Ford; Hyundai El-
antra from Wilson County Hyundai; John
Deere 5045d tractor and loader from Tri-
Green Equipment; and a John Deere XUV
825i Gator with cab and air from Tri-Green
Equipment.
“These local dealerships offer a tasteful
choice with six outstanding vehicle options
for the 2013 Wilson County Fair,” said
Harrison.
Sixty-two local businesses sponsored the
annual event.
“We are pleased by the number of busi-
nesses continuing to want to be part of the
Great Giveaway,” said Harrison. “These
organizations want to be part of something
successful, like the fair and the Great Give-
away. It’s an opportunity to give back to
the community. We owe a great deal of
gratitude to these sponsors for making this
possible again in 2013.”
Tickets are available at the 62 businesses.
The cars, tractor and RTV will be displayed
at these businesses until fair time in Au-
gust. A complete listing of the 62 sponsors
will appear in local newspaper advertising,
on the fair website at wilsoncountyfair.net,
or by calling the Wilson County Fair offce
at 615-443-2626.
“Our Great Giveaway committee has
taken the theme of Taste The Fun at the
2013 Wilson County Fair very seriously,”
said Hale Moss, president of Wilson
County Promotions, sponsor of the Wilson
County Fair. “When one looks over the list
of giveaway sponsors, the amount of cash
to be given away and the six choices for the
Tuesday night Great Giveaway, this com-
mittee has put together another great venue
for fair goers in 2013. We hope that many
folks from Wilson and our surrounding
counties will take part in our fair.”
great giveaway returns to Wilson County Fair
Jared Felkins • Lebanon Democrat
six vehicles will be up for grabs this year during the Wilson County Fair’s great giveaway. pictured (from lef) are daryl peterson with Wilson County hyundai, hoover sutherland with Wilson
County Motors, keith harrison and rick stewart with the great giveaway committee, ronnie kelly with Bates Ford and Billie Mullinax with rockie Williams premier dodge.
COMMUNiTY sTAGE sCHEDULE
AUG. 16 - FRiDAY - 7:00 YarDboys
AUG. 17 - sATURDAY - 7:30 Total Eclipse
AUG. 18 - sUNDAY - 2:00-4:00 LEB-NON
7:00 -9:00 Callie McKinney
AUG. 19 - MONDAY - 6:30-9:30 The Max Band
AUG. 20 - TUEsDAY - 6:30-9:30 Chessmen
AUG. 21 - WEDNEsDAY - 6:30-9:30 Johnny Carver
AUG. 22 - THURsDAY - 7:00 - Gotcha Kuvr’d
AUG. 23 - FRiDAY - 7:00 - Legacy
AUG. 24 - sATURDAY - 1:30 & 2:30 4-H Performing Troupe
7:30 Blues Brokers
Wilson County Fair 2013 • Page 11
TASTE THE FUN at the 2013 Wilson County Fair - 45
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4-H performing troupe
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YarDBoys
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FIDDLERS GROVE OPRY
AUG. 16 - FRiDAY
Salute to Traditional Country Music
Tom and Beverly Grant and The Survivors
Thom Edwards, Ed Glass, Randy Layne,
Rick Stephens
Featured Guest Lulu Roman
Star of Hee Haw, www.luluroman.com
AUG. 17 - sATURDAY
Country Rock and Classics Night!
Tom and Beverly Grant and The Survivors
Featured Guest & Back by Popular De-
mand
John Beardsley, The Nashville King
www.thenashvilleking.com
AUG. 18 - sUNDAY
Country Gospel Night
Featured Guest Terry Weeks
Special Guest Pam Weston
www.pamweston.net
AUG. 19 - MONDAY
Tom and Beverly Grant and The Survivors
Featured Guest T. Graham Brown
Country Superstar, www.tgrahambrown.
com
Special Guest Rik Roberts, Comedian With
a pre-show visit from America’s Favorite
Deputy www.rikroberts.com
AUG. 20- TUEsDAY
Girls Night Out!
Dina Johnson Band
Featured Guest Karen Wheeler
Queen of the Mule Skinner Blues
Special Guest Rachel Hester
AUG. 21 - WEDNEsDAY
Melvin Sloan and Friends
With Dina Johnson Band
Featured Guest Martin Family Circus
As seen on The Marty Stuart Show
www.martinfamilycircus.com
Special Guest Ben Hall
World Champion Thumb Style Guitarist
AUG. 22 - THURsDAY
Melvin Sloan and Friends
With Dina Johnson Band
Featured Guest Johnny Counterft
Comedian/Song Impressionist, www.coun-
terft.com
AUG. 23 - FRiDAY
Featured Guest Mud River Union
Young Country - Energetic and Dynamic
www.mudriverunion.com
AUG. 24 - sATURDAY
Tom and Beverly Grant and The Survivors
showtime
6:45 p.m.
Every Night
suprise
Guest
Nightly!!
Compliments of The Melvin Sloan Dancers™ & The Tennessee Travelers™
Staf Reports
The Lebanon-Wilson
County Chamber of Com-
merce will present the
11th annual Ms. Tennes-
see Senior Wilson County
pageant Aug. 17 at 2:30
p.m. at the James E. Ward
Agricultural Center at
the Fiddlers Grove Opry
stage as part of the Wilson
County fair.
The Ms. Tennessee Se-
nior Wilson County pag-
eant is for ladies who have
reached the “age of el-
egance,” 60 and over, have
resided in Wilson County
for the past three months
and is a U.S. citizen. The
entry fee is $20.
Each contestant will
receive a gift, and the top
three will be awarded
special prizes. Contestants
will be judged on poise,
personality, evening gown
and talent. Talent may be
singing, dancing, playing
a musical instrument, dra-
matic reading, art display,
dress designing, creative
poetry, writing, etc.
Each contestant will be
invited to a rehearsal at
which time they’ll receive
instructions regarding the
pageant and rehearse the
evening’s activities.
“We invite all ladies
who have reached the ‘age
of elegance, 60 and over,
to make new friends, visit
new places and seek the
title of Ms. Tennessee Se-
nior Wilson County,” said
chamber president Sue
Vanatta.
For more informa-
tion, contact the Lebanon
-Wilson County Chamber
of Commerce at 615-444-
5503.
Ms. tennessee senior Wilson
County seeks contestants
Submitted to The Democrat
Ms. senior Wilson County Carolyn
Corlew
grand OpenIng
Fiddlers Grove
Train Museum
Dedication of the new train museum in
Fiddlers Grove is Saturday, August 17
at 2pm. Everyone is invited!
Trains and railroad
collections have been
donated to become a part
of this large exhibit.
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Wilson County Fair 2013 • Page 13
Hillcrest Baptist Church
621 Hartsville Pike
N
Lebanon
444-5923
www.hillcrestbaptist.org
Bro. Glenn Denton - Senior Pastor
HILLCREST’S REGULAR SERVICE TIMES: HILLCREST’S REGULAR SERVICE TIMES:
Sunday School – 9:15 a.m.
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Morning Worship – 10:30 a.m.
Discipleship Training – 5 p.m.
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Evening Worship – 6 p.m.
Wednesday Night Children’s AWANA Program – 6:45 p.m.
Worship Services – 7 p.m.
Need God?
He’s Here!
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Sedation

Cosmetic

Family
Dentistry
2013 Fairest of the Fair pageant to be held
Monday, august 19, 7 p.m.
Chairman: Hayden Miles 497-1998
email: hc.couch@yahoo.com
Master of Ceremonies - Andy Brummett
Registration: Online or sunday, Aug. 11, 1-4 pm
at the Pageant Pavilion stage.
Rehearsal: Tuesday, Aug. 13 - 6:30 pm at the Fairgrounds
No Registration accepted after 4 p.m., August 11.
NO ExCEPTiONs
Contestants must be present at Rehearsal to compete.
No Mail in Registration
The winner of the Wilson County Fairest of the Fair will compete in the
State Fairest of the Fair Contest in January.
Page B4 • Saturday, September 8, 2012 • The Lebanon DemocraT
www.lebanondemocrat.com
The winners of the 2012 Wilson County Fair Pageants are...
19-23 Months Boys 19-23 Months Girls - Group B
King of the Fair - Division I King of the Fair - Division II
Fair Princess - Division IV
Mr. Wilson County Senior &
Fairest of the Fair 2012
Miss Congeniality
Congratulations to all of the pageant Winners
from The Lebanon Democrat!
Fairest of the Fair
Doll Parade - Division II Doll Parade - Division I Fair Princess - Division I
Fair Princess - Division III
Baby Show 19-23 Months Boys - 1 R.U., Daniel Harris, son of Kirk & Rachel Harris from Watertown; Winner,
Ridge Means, son of Cody & Asia Means from Lebanon and 2 R.U., David Newell, son of Dan & Ginny Newell
from Old Hickory.
Baby Show 19-23 Months Girls - Group B 1 R.U., Tyiah Prevatt, dtr. of Kylie Prevatt from Mt. Juliet; Winner,
Tamiah Nicole Logue, dtr. of Amber & Terrence Logue from Lebanon and 2 R.U., Savanna Dicicco, dtr. of
Jim & Cara Dicicco.
Ashlee Morgan Agee, dtr. of Eddie & Amy Agee of Lebanon was crowned Fairest
of the Fair Monday night. Left is frst runner up, Bethany Powell, dtr. of Stanley
& Karen Powell, Lebanon and on the right is second runner-up, Kaitlyn Marie
Graves, daughter of Kevin and Sandra Graves of Lebanon.
Winners in the Doll Parade Division II contest include L to R: frst runner-up,
Molly Grace Cook, daughter of Brandon & Rachel Cook from Lebanon; winner,
Danica Chloee Squires, dtr. of Daniel & Sarah Squires from Lebanon; and 2nd
runner-up, Kaylynn Harris, dtr. of Jake & Lindsay Harris from Watertown.
(L to R) 1st Runner Up - Delaney Jablonski, daughter of Scott & Teresa Jablonski Winner - Kennedy Brook Pope, daughter
of John & Traci Pope. Kennedy also won Miss Photogenic. 2nd Runner Up - Hailey Elizabeth DeLoach, daughter of Ken
& Misty DeLoach.
(L to R) 2nd Runner Up - Liam Mitchell, son of Amber Mitchell & Jace Raines. Winner - Gannon Doyle
Sanders, son of Michael & Shawna Sanders. 1st Runner Up - Luke Blevins son of Chris & Sarah-Beth
Blevins.
Doll Parade Division 1 (2-3 years old) winners left to right: frst runner-up,
Briley Abagail Cousino, daughter of Michael & Brandi Cousino of Watertown;
winner, Jayden Noelle Moyher, daughter of Jessica Moyher from Mt. Juliet; and
second runner-up, Maddie Jo Cox, daughter of Andrew & Allison Cox from Leba-
non.
1st R.U. in the Fair Princess Division I contest was Kerrigan Jan Beale, daughter
of Katie Carlton Beale & Shannon Gresham of Lebanon; winner was Melia Fuqua,
daughter of Katie Fuqua of Lebanon and 2 R.U. was Brooklyn Barton, daughter
of Jeff & Summer Barton of Old Hickory.
1st runner-up in the Fair Princess Division II, Hailey Hunter, dtr. of Kaci Brown
& Jon Hunter of Mt. Juliet, winner, Laney Tucker, dtr. of Nick & Wendy Rankhorn
of Mt. Juliet and 2nd runner-up, Amber Logan Agee, dtr. of Eddie & Amy Agee
of Lebanon
1st runner-up in the Fair Princess Division III, Hannah Isabel Grose, daughter
of Amy & Jerry Grose of Lebanon; winner, Regina Marie Price, daughter of John
& Ann Price of Lebanon and 2nd runner-up, Reagan McKay Hood, daughter of
Dondi & Nicole Hood of Mt. Juliet.
Mrs. Wilson County Senior 2012, Carolyn Corlew
with Fairest of the Fair 2012 Ashlee Agee.
Crowned Miss Congeniality at the Fairest of the
Fair contest was Macey Hines, daughter of Tom
& Vicki Hines of Lebanon.
(L to R) 2nd Runner Up - Spencer Tristan Hayes, son of Jason & Kim Hayes. Winner - Chase Dupree,
son of Scott & Misty Dupree. 1st Runner Up - Tyler Jackson Brown son of Jamie Brown & Sarah
Gaddes.
Fair Princess - Division II
2012 Winners
RULEs:
1. Contestants must pay an entry fee of $25 (cash
only). Entry fee must accompany registration.
2. Each Contestant must have reached her 16th
birthday by the date of registration, but not her
21st birthday on or before December 31, 2013.
3. A contestant cannot qualify if she has ever been
married or had a child.
4. Dress must be formal and f oor length. Daytime
Business Casual (suits are recommended) attire
will also be worn on stage. Individual interviews
will be held prior to contest.
5. Contestants will be judged on beauty (75%) and
poise and personality (25%).
6. All contestants must be residents of Wilson
County.
7. The Fair reserves the right to require proof of age
upon request.
8. All participants must abide by the
guidelines set up by the Beauty
Pageant Committee.
9. Past First Place Winners are not eligible to
compete in the contest.
10. Only the Contestant will be admitted at no
charge to the Fair.
Wilson County Fair 2013 • Page 15
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Pageant Pavillion
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(615) 262-3853
Holiday
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August 16-24, 2013
4912 Raleigh-Millington Road
Memphis, TN 38128
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