28th Annual
Rubber Check Race
August, 3rd 2011
7:30 PM
Want some excitement?  How do horses, 4-wheelers & wheelbarrows in one race sound?

This event originated with the idea of the baton, representing a rubber check, being passed on to a banker. Golf carts were originally used, but more speed was needed and 3-wheelers were introduced. The CC's have now increased to that equal to a blaster! 
This race consists of teams having two horseback riders, a ATV Rider, and a wheelbarrow pusher. The first horse rider makes one lap around the track and hands the baton off to the second rider who in turn rides around the track to the chalk line, dismounts runs to the ATV and hands off the batton. The ATV rider makes 1 1/2 laps around the track, stops in designated area, dismounts and gets into the wheel- barrow.  He is then pushed across the finish line by the wheelbarrow pusher.

It's a fun packed exciting evening you won't want to miss!

Ticket Prices - $10.00 --- Reserved Seating
                    $125.00 ---Box Seating (8)

Mud Bog and ATV Racing
August, 4th 2011
7:00 PM
Now's the time to jump in and be a part of this new event!!!  The Ag Society would like to host the Mud Bog with additional entertainment of pickup pulls and ATV races.  We are hoping to draw local contestants who want to challenge their off road talents! 

Ticket Prices - $7.00 Adults, $4.00 Children 6-12, 5 & under FREE
General Admission


Bull Riding
Extravaganza
Friday August, 5th 2011
7:30 PM
Organized Rodeos have been around since the mid 1800's, begining as a friendly means of entertainment!  But spectators quickly recognized the thrill and danger involved in Bull Riding and soon it became rodeos most popular event.  Bull Riding became exclusive in the mid 1980's.  This years fair will host a thrilling performance of exclusive Bull Riding only!  40 cowboys will test thier courage against a 2000 lb animal that will surley entertain us all.

Ticket Prices - $7.00 Adults, $4.00 Children 6-12, 5 & under FREE
General Admission

Lawn Mower Races
August, 2nd 2011
7:30 PM
Saturday Night Concert
Lee Brice
Opening with Katie Armiger

August 6th, 2011 - 8:00 pm
WHO IS LEE BRICE?

The rugged feel of steel guitar and fiddle, the images of growing up in a world of fields and farms, of heartbreak and hard work … You can’t miss the fact that Lee Brice is country all the way.

It’s in his voice – think of it as honey trickling through lines of melody etched in leather – and in the images it conjures, of “country girls and redneck boys” anticipating the night to come in the sunset glow of a Dairy Queen (“Sumter County”), of growing up “on the edge of a cornfield” (“Picture of Me”).

Ticket Prices - $14 for general seating
The 19-year-old singer-songwriter has accomplished more during her four years as a recording artist than most people twice her age. Her previous single, "Kiss Me Now," the flirtatious ode to new love she co-wrote with Sarah Buxton and Blair Daly, was her second to hit the Top 40 on the Billboard Indicator Chart, while "Trail of Lies" landed in the Top 20 on Music Row, setting a record as the Highest Charting Independent Female Artist in 2009.

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