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2016 Schedule of Events



Silent Auctions (gym)

11:00-2:00pm              Silent Auction One ("green")
11:00-3:30pm              Silent Auction Two ("purple")

First register your name and your number from your wristband and you can start bidding!  Please remember that this is how we make most of our money to donate to Heifer International.

Checks or cash accepted.  Please make checks out to the NUUMC.

Entertainment: (gym stage)

11:00-12:00pm            Jeremy Liles (will be in cafeteria afterwards)
12:00-1:00pm              Believe!
1:00-2:30pm                Shotgun Karma
2:30pm*                      Pretty Pet Contest
2:45-4:00pm                Ralphie and the Now Forgotten

Canine Demonstrations:

11:30-12:15pm and     Canine Agility (try your own dog afterwards on their course if you would like); Terry               
3:15-4:00pm                McGlaughlin and Danielle Caylor-Celina, Ohio

12:00pm-2:00pm         Canine Good Citizen Testing (Lori Anderson)

1:30-2:30pm                Blessing of the Animals (Pastor Josh will bless your pets); Found in study room near library.

2:30pm*                      Pretty Pet Contest (Stage) (pets dressed as their favorite Heifer International animals)

Free doggie bags for the first 30 dogs at the Welcome Table. 

Also many free pet items donated by Oates Veterinary Clinic and its veterinary representatives and distributors.

Agricultural and Informative Demonstrations:

11:00-4:00pm              corn shelling, rope making and cider press (Ottawa Bota Farm)
                                    bee keeping (Skidmore Apiaries)
                                    rug crocheting (Ruth Webb)
12:00pm & 2:00pm     butter making (Terri Savoie) with herb butters demonstration immediately
                                    following (Suzanne Patterson)
1:00 & 3:00pm            wool dying and spinning wheels (Ashley Raschella)

$4 - pulled pork sandwich   
$2 - chicken and moo-dles
$1.50- coney dog (sauce and shr. cheese)
$1 -  hotdog
$2 - pie
$1.50 - "Brown Cow" (cocoa coffee with whipped cream and cinnamon)
$1 - water
$.50 - chips, coffee, hot chocolate

A big "Thank Ewe" to the Wasserbeck and McNamee Farms for donating the hogs and to Tri-Rivers Culinary Arts and
Chef Sheila Hamm
for smoking the meat and baking our
delicious pies!

Live Animals: (front of school)

calf-Jenn McNamee Jones
ducks-Terri Savoie
chickens-Terri Savoie
goat-Amber Locke
sheep-Alex Beard
donkey-Ottaw Bota Farm
rabbits-Jenn McNamee Jones