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    August 5-9 SATURDAY, JULY 25, 2015

  • PAGE 2C NICOLLET COUNTY FAIR Saturday, July 25, 2015

    Nicollet County Fair AUGUST 6-10, 2014 - EVENT SCHEDULE

    Wednesday Entry Day: Open Class Registration: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Harness Racing: 1 p.m. - $5 Admission - Free under 12 Locher Bros. Beer Tasting: 4-6 p.m. Beer Garden ATV Pull: 6 p.m. - $5 Admission - Free under 12 Pfeffer Tournament at 6:30 p.m. in Thompson Hall No Reception: 7-10 p.m. Big Tent Catching Firee Big Movie: 8:30 p.m. Grandstand - $3 Admission (12 & under FREE)

    Thursday: 4H Shows beginning at 8 a.m. running all day (for specifics, go to: www.nicolletcountyfairgrounds.com) Krissy Marie: 12-2 p.m. Big Tent Jim Jam: 4-7:30 p.m. Big Tent Truck and Tractor Pull: 6:30 p.m. - $10 Admission - $5 ages 6-12 -Free 5 and under Sponsored by

    Traverse Elevator and Arnolds of Mankato Black Rose Productions: 7:30-close Big Tent

    Friday Senior Day (Free parking for Seniors): Daycare Day (pre-register at 382-6241): 9-10:30 a.m. includes goodie bag and snack! Jay Hanson: 12-1 p.m. Big Tent Senior Citizens Program and Farm Awards: 1 p.m. in Johnson Hall Sponsored by: First National Bank Wendinger Band: 2-5 p.m. Big Tent & KNUJ Johnny Frost (Elvis): 5:30-7:30 p.m. Big Tent Demolition Derby: 7 p.m. - $12 Admission - $5 ages 6-12 -Free 5 and under Sponsored by Tire Assoc. The Heatseekers: 8-close Big Tent

    Saturday Kids Day: Grilling Contest: 9 a.m.by 4H Food Stand Childrens Museum: 10-2 under the Big Tent/Thompson Kids Pedal Pull: 11 a.m. by Grandstand Sponsored by KNUJ Exotic Animal Exhibit: 12-5 p.m. Big Tent The Shifters: 1-3 p.m. Big Tent K9 Unit Demonstration with Deputy Paul Biederman: 2:30 p.m. by Sheriffs Trailer Talent Show: 3 p.m. Johnson Hall Gary Tyson Magic Show: 3-5 p.m. Big Tent / Lollipop the Clown: 4-7 p.m. Big Tent Demolition Derby: 6:30 p.m. - $12 Admission - $5 ages 6-12 -Free 5 and under Sponsored by Tire

    Associates and American Legion Post #37 (St. Peter) Gary Tyson Band: 9-close Big TentSunday: Kims Karaoke: 1-4 p.m. Big Tent 4:00 - All exhibits and commercial exhibits are released and midway closed.

    DISCOUNTED TICKET DEALS CARNIVAL RIDES AND GRANDSTAND SHOWSCody Rides Wristband Deals - $18 until Aug. 5 - $20 at the Fair

    Buy at: Arrow Ace, Family Fresh, Holiday, KwikTrip, Schmidts Meat Market, St. Peter Chamber

    All Event Grandstand Passes include 6 Events - $37 adult & $12 students (6-12)Includes early admittance to event in North Gate 30 minutes before Main Gate opens!

    Available at: Family Fresh, Kwik Trip, St. Peter Chamber and Fair Board Office during the Fair

    THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS EVENT SPONSORSSupreme Champion Sponsors: Davisco Foods International, Inc. Hewitt Roll-a-Dock LJP Waste &

    Recycling Keeley Drainage & Landscape Rivers Edge Hospital & Clinic EMT/AmbulanceGrand Champion Sponsors: American Legion Post #37 Arnolds of Mankato Davis Family Dairies

    Nicollet County Bank St. Peter Tourism Tire Associates Traverse Elevator USDA GrantReserve Champion Sponsors: Red Men Club AmericInn MotelBlue Ribbon Sponsors: First National Bank Minnesota Locher Bros.Friends of the Fair Sponsors: Anderson Seeds City of St. Peter Lagers Mankato Sertoma Club

    McDonalds Nicollet County St. Peter Fire Department United Farmers CooperativeTo get the Premium Book, Entry Forms and Full Schedule of events go to:

    www.nicolletcountyfair.com OR St. Peter Chamber & Community Center

    Come visit your favorite radio DJ KTOE: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 PM

    KYSM: Thursday 3-5 PM KDOG: Thursday 5-7 PM

    KNUJ: Friday 2-4 PM KRBI: Friday 3-5 PM

    Daily session deals -Wednesday to SaturdayNew Carnival: Cody Rides

    $5 Parking on the Fairgrounds

    Check out Ag Center & Hasse Petting Zoo Opens 9 AM - Thursday to Sunday

    Sponsor: Red Men Club

    Look us up on Facebook search Nicollet County Fair for announcements!

    Nicollet County Fair AUGUST 5 - 9, 2015 Go to: www.nicolletcountyfair.com

    Wednesday Entry Day: Open Class Registration: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Harness Racing: 1 p.m. - $5 Admission - Free under 12 Locher Bros. Beer Tasting: 5-7 p.m. Beer Garden Over 60 Band 5-6 p.m. Big Tent Pfeffer Tournament at 6:30 p.m. in Thompson Hall Party After Paradise Concert: 7:30 p.m. Grandstand - $5 Admission (12 & under FREE)

    Thursday: Krissy Marie: 12-2 p.m. Big Tent Jim Jam: 4-7:30 p.m. Big Tent Truck and Tractor Pull: 6:30 p.m. - $10 Admission - $5 ages 6-12 -Free 5 and under Sponsored by

    Traverse Elevator and Arnolds of Mankato Black Rose Productions: 7-close Big Tent

    Friday Senior Day (Free parking for Seniors): Daycare Day (pre-register at 382-6241): 9-10:30 a.m. includes goodie bag and snack! Jay Hanson: 12-1 p.m. Big Tent Doug Ohman Pioneer Photography Historical Photos and Dialogue 12, 3:30, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Program and Farm Awards: 1 p.m. in Johnson Hall Sponsored by: First National Bank Wendinger Band: 2-5 p.m. Big Tent & KNUJ Johnny Frost (Elvis): 5:30-7:30 p.m. Big Tent Demolition Derby: 7 p.m. - $12 Admission - $5 ages 6-12 -Free 5 and under Sponsored by Tire Assoc. The Heatseekers: 8-close Big Tent

    Saturday Kids Day: Grilling Contest: 9 a.m.by 4H Food Stand Childrens Museum: 10-2 under the Big Tent/Thompson Kids Pedal Pull: 11 a.m. by Grandstand Sponsored by KNUJ, St. Peter Well Drilling & Fair Board Mankato Moon Dogs Photos and Autographs: 11 a.m. Big Tent RAD Reptile Zoo: 12-5 p.m. Big Tent The Shifters: 1-3 p.m. Big Tent K9 Unit Demonstration with Deputy Paul Biederman: 2:30 p.m. by Sheriffs Trailer Talent Show: 3 p.m. Johnson Hall Sponsored by: Crystal Valley Cooperative, Southpoint Federal Credit Union Gary Tyson Magic Show: 3-5 p.m. Big Tent / Lollipop the Clown: 4-7 p.m. Big Tent Demolition Derby: 6:30 p.m. - $12 Admission -$5 ages 6-12 -Free under 5 Sponsored by Tire Associates Comedy and Hypnosis: 9-close Big TentSunday: Classic Car Roll-in 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Kims Karaoke: 1-3 p.m. Big Tent 3 p.m. - All exhibits and commercial exhibits are released and midway closed.

    DISCOUNTED TICKET DEALS CARNIVAL RIDES AND GRANDSTAND SHOWSCody Rides Wristband Deals - $20 until Aug. 4 - $22 at the Fair

    Buy at: Family Fresh, Holiday, KwikTrip, Schmidts Meat Market, and St. Peter Chamber

    All Event Grandstand Passes include 5 Events - $37 adult & $12 students (6-12)Includes early admittance to event in North Gate 30 minutes before Main Gate opens!

    Available at: Family Fresh, Kwik Trip, St. Peter Chamber and Fair Board Office during the Fair

    THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS EVENT SPONSORSSupreme Champion Sponsors: Davisco Foods Intl Inc. Hewitt Roll-a-Dock LJP Waste & Recycling Keeley Drainage & Landscape Bobcat of Mankato Arnolds of Mankato St. Peter TourismGrand Champion Sponsors: Davis Family Dairies Hometown Travel Nicollet County Bank Tire Associates Traverse Elevator USDA GrantReserve Champion Sponsors: AmericInn Motel Locher Bros. Crystal Valley All American Pressure Washers Mfg.Blue Ribbon Sponsors: First National Bank Minnesota Nicollet Farmers Exchange Southpoint Federal Credit Union St. Peter Well DrillingFriends of the Fair Sponsors: Anderson Seeds City of St. Peter Lagers Mankato Sertoma Club McDonalds Nicollet County St. Peter Fire Department United Farmers Cooperative Culligan Red Men Club

    To get the Premium Book, entry forms and full schedule of events go to:www.nicolletcountyfair.com OR St. Peter Chamber, Community Center, Schmidts or Nicollet Mart

    Check out Ag Center & Hasse Petting Zoo Opens 9 AM - Thursday to Sunday

    $5 Parking on the Fairgrounds

    Daily session deals -Wednesday to SaturdayCarnival - Cody Rides

    Look us up on Facebook search Nicollet County Fair for announcements!

    Jaycees Beer Garden Wed: Beer Tasting Fri: Electric Sky (9-11) Sat: 501 dart tourney (noon) & Whiskies Band (8-11) Sun: Pfeffer tourney (noon)

  • Saturday, July 25, 2015 NICOLLET COUNTY FAIR PAGE 3C

  • PAGE 4C NICOLLET COUNTY FAIR Saturday, July 25, 2015

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    By RICHARD ROHLFINGCorrespondent

    For Mike Bastian, operating his family farm on the western edge of Nicollet County means the joy of planting seed in the spring and then seeing the edg-ling crop poke through the dark soil a dozen days later.

    Its loading his barns with 50-pound piglets and watching them go out after 18 weeks at 280 pounds.

    Its having all his family in-volved in agriculture and being

    his own boss.Bastian, wife Anna and

    daughters Abby, Allison and Audra were selected as the 2015 Nicollet County Farm Family of the year. ey will be recog-nized at 1 p.m. Friday Aug. 7 at the Nicollet County Fair in a ceremony at Johnson Hall.

    We feel so very proud to have been chosen, said Anna. ere are so many great fami-lies in Nicollet County. It could have gone to any of them.

    On their farm near Klossner, about 10 miles north of New

    Ulm, the Bastian family raises corn, soybeans, hogs and a few chickens as well.

    Mike said that farming was always his chosen profession.

    Without a doubt, I knew what I wanted to do since I was little, he said.

    He began farming with his parents near Klossner in the mid-1980s upon graduating from the University of Minne-sota, Waseca. With ag markets down then, it was a tough time to jump in, but there were also opportunities, he said.

    He later expanded his opera-tions to include a neighbor and great uncles farm.

    He said the key to longevity as a farmer is understanding that in good times, the bad times are just around the corner.

    We had great years, but we never went out and splurged, he said. Its always a big risk, but thats farming.

    Anna was born and raised in New Ulm. Growing up, she loved animals and thought about having a hobby farm. When she met and married her husband, she thought Nows my chance.

    She also works at the New Ulm Medical Center but helps out with crops and livestock.

    e eldest daughter, Abby, is a graduating North Dakota State University senior who majored in Ag Communication and Ad-vertising. Allison, the current Minnesota Pork Ambassador, is a freshman at Iowa State study-ing Ag Business and Animal Sci-ence and intends to return to the home farm a er school. She is currently doing an internship at AgStar in Mankato.

    Were taught how to advo-cate because there is such a false perception of agriculture, Al-lison said.

    e youngest, Audra, loves animals, dance, volleyball and softball. All three daughters have been or are active in 4-H, FFA and showing pigs at the County and State Fair.

    The Bastians are also in-volved in the community. Mike is a board member of the St. George Catholic Church and a past board member of the Nicollet County Pork Producers. Anna is a member of the Nicol-let County Extension Commit-tee and is a past 4-H club leader.

    Representing agricultural achievement in diverse farming operations, 70 families from throughout Minnesota are being honored as a 2015 Farm Family

    of the Year by the University of Minnesota.

    e annual farm family re-cipient is chosen locally by a committee of past recipients and Extension Committee members based on their demonstrated commitment to enhancing and supporting agriculture and com-munity involvement.

    ere are lots of good farm-ers in Nicollet County, Mike said. I owe some of my success to them.

    The farm families receiv-ing this years honors exemplify what makes Minnesota agri-culture strong, said Bev Dur-gan, Dean of Extension. ey bring innovation, science and hard work to farming. They care greatly about the land and animals and delivering quality products to consumers world-wide. e University of Minne-sota takes great pride in honor-ing these families.

    Bastians named 2015 Nicollet County Farm Family of the Year

    Between planning and harvest, a big activity on the Bas-tian family farm is getting ready for the Nicollet County fair. Here, Allison and Audra walk their pigs in preparation for 4H showmanship competition while father Mike watches. (Richard Rohl ng/St. Peter Herald)

    Mike and Anna Bastian and daughters Audra, right, and Allison, left. Absent from the photo is eldest daughter Abby. (Richard Rohl ng/St. Peter Herald)

  • Saturday, July 25, 2015 NICOLLET COUNTY FAIR PAGE 5C

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    Wednesday, Aug. 511 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Johnson Hall open to the public11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 4H Food Stand open11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Open class registration at Johnson Hall

    ($5 entry fee)1 p.m. Harness Racing, Grandstand ($5 per person)5 p.m. Midway opens with Cody Rides5 to 6 p.m. Over 60 Band, Music tent5 to 7 p.m. Beer Tasting Event, Jaycees Beer Garden6 p.m. 4H Dog Show Exhibition and Awards, Show ring6:30 p.m. Pfe er Tournament ompson Building7 p.m. Party In Paradise, Grandstand ($5 per person) ursday, Aug. 68 a.m. to 9 p.m. Hasse Petting Zoo, Ag Education Building9 a.m. 4H Sheep/Meat Goat, Show Ring10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 4H Food Stand open10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Johnson Hall openNoon to 2 p.m. Krissy Marie Show, Music Tent1 p.m. 4H Beef Show, Show ring

    3:30 p.m. 4H Rabbit Show, Show ring4 to 7:30 p.m. Jim Jam, Music Tent5 p.m. Midway Opens5:30 p.m. 4H Arts In Performance, Johnson Hall6 to 9 p.m. Carnival Wrist Band Deal ($20 advance/$22 at

    the Fair)6:30 p.m. Truck and Tractor Pull, Grandstand ($10 adult/$5

    ages 6to12/5 and under free)7 to 10 p.m. Black Rose Productions, Music TentFriday, Aug. 7 Senior Citizens DayFree parking on the fairgrounds for those 55 and older8 a.m. 4H Horse Show, Horse arena8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Hasse Petting Zoo, Ag Education Building8:30 a.m. 4H Dairy Goat Show followed by 4H Dairy Show,

    Show Ring10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Johnson Hall open10 a.m. to 11 p.m. 4H Food Stand openNoon to 1 p.m. Jay Hanson, Music Tent1 p.m. Senior and Farm awards, Johnson Hall

    2 p.m. 4H Arts In Performance Johnson Hall2 to 5 p.m. Wendinger Band, Music Tent5 p.m. Midway opens6 to 9 p.m. Carnival Wrist Band Deal ($20 advance/$22 at the

    fair)5:30 p.m. 4H Arts in Performance, Johnson Hall5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Johnny Frost (Elvis), Music Tent7 p.m. Demolition Derby, Grandstand ($12 per adult/$5 age

    6to12/5 and under free)8 p.m. to close e Heatseekers, Music Tent9 to 11 p.m. e Electric Sky, Live music in the Jaycees Beer

    GardenSaturday, Aug. 8 Childrens Day10 a.m. to 11 p.m. 4H Food Stand open8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Hasse Petting Zoo, Ag Education Building8:30 am 4H Swine Show, Show Ring10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Johnson Hall open10:30 a.m. 4H General Demonstrations, Johnson Hall11 a.m. Childrens Pedal Pull, Next to Grandstand by fair

    o ce11 a.m. Mankato Moon Dogs baseball players photos and

    autographs, Music TentNoon 501 Dart Tournament, Jaycees Beer Garden (Random

    Draw, $5 entry fee)Noon to 2:30 p.m. Childrens Museum Activities, Music TentNoon to 5 p.m. RAD Reptile Zoo, beside Music Tent1 to 4 p.m. Carnival Wrist Band Deal ($20 advance/$22 at

    the fair)2:30 p.m. Sheri K9 demonstration, By Sheri s tent2 p.m. 4H Arts In Performance, Johnson Hall2:30 p.m. 4H Livestock Demonstrations, Show Ring3 p.m. Talent Show, Johnson Hall3 to 5 p.m. Gary Tyson Magic Show, Music Tent4 to 7 p.m. Lollipop the Clown, Music Tent5:30 p.m. 4H Arts In Performance Johnson Hall6:30 p.m. Demolition Derby, Grandstand ($12 per adult/$5

    age 6to12/5 and under free)8 to 11 p.m. Whiskies Band, Jaycees Building9 p.m. to Close Comedy and Hypnosis Show, Music TentSunday, Aug. 910 a.m. to 3 p.m. 4H Food Stand open11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Johnson Hall open10 a.m. 4H Premier Showmanship, Show RingNoon to 3 p.m. Midway openNoon 4H Cat and Pet Show, Show RingNoon Car and Motorcycle Rolltoin, Between 4H Food Stand

    and Jaycees BuildingNoon Pfe er Tournament, Jaycees Building1 p.m. 4H Arts In Performance, Johnson Hall1 to 4 p.m. Karaoke with Kim, Music Tent

    2015 Nicollet County Fair schedule

    Fair ride wristbands will allow the wearer to enjoy discounted access to the rides during speci ed times each day. Purchase a wristband in advance for $20 or at the fair for $22. Pre-sale locations are Arrow Ace Hardware, Chamber of Commerce, Family

    All Grandstand Events wristbands get the wearer into the grand-stand 1/2 hour before general admission gates open.

    ere are only a limited number of wristbands available beginning July 15. eyre $37 from Family Fresh and the St. Peter Chamber of Commerce (or the County Fair O ce during the fair).

    No one under 16 will be allowed in the grandstand pit area before, during, and a er any grandstand event.

    Wednesday, Aug. 5 1 p.m. Harness Racing Admission $5 for all ages (5 and under

    are free). On average, over 75 horses compete in the harness races. Door prizes will be given away.

    7 p.m. Party in Paradise Admission $5 for all ages (12 and under are free)

    ursday, Aug. 6 6:30 p.m. Truck & Tractor Pull Admission: Adults $10/Stu-

    dents (6-12) $5/5 and under free. Come and cheer on your favorite truck and tractor as they pull!

    For the truck classes, theres a 5,800 Street Modi ed Pickup, 8,200 Street Modi ed Diesel and Semi. Everyones attention turns to the tractor classes: Stock Vintage, Stock Farm, Improved Farm, Hot Farm and Unlimited King of the Hill (up to 16,500 pounds). Dont forget to bring ear plugs.

    Friday, Aug. 7 7 p.m. Demolition Derby Admission: Adults $12 tax/Students

    (6-12) $5/5 and under free. Limited supply of ear plugs free at the gate. Parents should consider bringing ear protection for young children.

    Drivers come from all around to crash into each other for the chance to be the top driver and car for Friday night event. Unique about the Friday Night demo is the Compact and the Powder Pu class. e Powder Pu class consists of 15-16 women who enjoy putting some damage into their cars. ey pack a lot of excitement into their heat.

    ere are three additional heats, followed by the consolation heat consisting of any driver/cars that have not placed in the top ve and can get their cars running. e Championship heat has the top ve cars from each heat.

    Saturday, Aug. 8 6:30 p.m. Demolition Derby Admission: Adults $12/Students

    (6-12) $5/Free (5 and under). Limited supply of ear plugs free at the gate. Parents should consider bringing ear protection for young children.

    Another night of car-crashing excitement. Saturday night demo has the truck heat in addition to another Powder Pu heat and three car heats, followed by the Consolation and Championship heats. e majority of drivers for both nights are from Nicollet County.

    Sunday, Aug. 9 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Classic Car and Motorcycle Roll-in Roll on

    in and show o your classic car or motorcycle at the Nicollet County Fair. Enter the grounds at the Southeast (front) gate and set up in the track in eld to showcase your pride and joy.

    2015 Nicollet County Fair grandstand events

    Fifteen-year driver Brad Guth (17) of St. Peter gets in a lick in the 2012 Nicollet County Fair Demolition Derby. ( le photo)

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    Dog Catcher (Levi Johnson, 6, of Nicollet) reads his lines in the script with Director Marisa Kroells. (Pat Beck/St. Peter Herald)

    Police Lt. Ward (Isiah Johnson, 8 of Nicollet) takes Annie (Emma Brewer) under arrest. (Pat Beck)

    By PAT BECKpbeck@stpeterherald.com

    A enthusiastic cast of 13 young actors from ages 6-13 is working hard to get ready to perform the Nicollet County 4-H Arts-In production of Annie.

    The five, 30-minute per-formances during Nicollet County Fair in St. Peter are set for 5 p.m. ursday, Aug. 6, 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, 2 p.m. and 5:30 Satur-day, Aug. 8 ant 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 10 at Johnson Hall.

    Practices have been run-ning once a week since June 30 in Nicollet County Gov-ernment Centers Emergency Operations Center Room.

    The kids are kind of young, but theyll do a good job, said Director Marisa Kroells, a Nicollet County 4-H summer intern who per-formed with Sibley County Arts-In for three years, end-ing in eighth-grade. Were putting a lot of hard work into it. Were hoping we get people to come to the show. e kids

    are looking forward to per-forming and getting on stage.

    4-Hers and non-4-Hers are part of the production.

    Emma Brewer, 12, plays the lead role and has the most lines, but everyone has a part. ere are four boys and nine girls in the cast.

    Emma and her brother Ethan, 12, both members of the North Kato Explorers 4-H Club, both bring experience in plays.

    Emma started acting ve years ago at age 7 and has performed in Prairie Fire community education pro-ductions in the summer in Mankato.

    Ive done a lot of other plays, Emma said. Its a lot of fun. The rehearsals have been going good.

    Ethan, who plays Oliver Daddy Warbucks, also started acting at age 7 and does about one play a year.

    Both consider themselves actors, not singers. ere are no solos. ey sing as a group.

    I get to act, have fun and make friends, Ethan said.

    They will perform five songs: Maybe, Its a Hard-knock Life, Tomorrow, I Think Im Going to Like It Here, and Youre Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile.

    Were doing a little rendi-tion that tells the general plot line of Annie with the popu-lar songs from it, Kroell said.

    Nicollet County has not done a play for a couple of years. e last one, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, was staged two years ago.

    We had a little break, Kroell said. Now we have enough interest to do it again.

    Its a good opportunity for kids in 4-H and kids not in 4-H to get involved and to meet new friends. Its a fun opportunity to sing, act and put on a show for a the fair. We handed out the script in the second practice, learned lines, songs, choreography and costumes.

    Reach Sports Editor Pat Beck at 931-8566 or follow him on Twitter.com @SPHSportsPat.

    4-H Arts-In Annie to be staged at Nicollet County Fair

    CAST OF ANNIEAnnie: Emma Brewer, 12, MankatoNarrator: Faith Johnson, 11, NicolletMolly: Kendra Johnson, 6, Le SeuerPepper: Reagan Sorenson, 10, MankatoKate: Ana Sto regen, 8, St. PeterJuly: Amanda Vogel, 8, New UlmMiss Hannigan: Rachel Sorenson, 13, MankatoDog Catcher: Levi Johnson 6, Nicollet, and Blake Pribyl, 8, MankatoLieutenant Ward: Isiah Johnson, 8, NicolletGrace: Grace Johnson, 13, NicolletDaddy Warbucks: Ethan Brewer, 10, Mankato

    Cast members in Annie rehearse in Nicollet County Courthouse for the Nicollet County Fair Arts-In. (Pat Beck/St. Peter Herald)

  • Saturday, July 25, 2015 NICOLLET COUNTY FAIR PAGE 7C

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    The last man or woman standing will have the crowd on its feet at the biggest event of the 2015 Nicollet County Fair: the Demolition Derby.

    e event takes place Fri-day and S a t -u r d a y night of the fair, with a l i m i t o f 1 6 cars per heat. In

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    expected to compete over the two days.

    The compact car, and powder pu classes compete at 7 p.m. Friday, followed by the consolation heat consist-ing of any drivers and cars that have not placed in the top ve and can get their cars running. e championship heat features the top ve cars from earlier heats.

    e truck heat runs Satur-day at 6:30 p.m., in addition to another powder pu heat and three other car heats. Consolation and champion-ship heats wrap up the night.

    According to Nicollet County Historical Society records, the rst demolition derby likely took place in ei-ther 1967 or 1968. Originally it was held in the a ernoon before the tractor pull, but by 1973 the derby was listed as the fairs featured attraction.

    Larry Hewitt is serving his last year as derby chairman, a position he has held since 1975. Hewitt used to compete in the derby, a family tradi-tion carried on by his sons,

    Dan and Troy, and his grand-daughter, Callie.

    A lot of guys would get mad at each other on the tracks, theyd hate each other during the derby, Hewitt said. Afterwards youd run into each other at the fair and think of how stupid it was to be mad and everyone starts getting along again.

    e derby has always been one of the fairs more popu-lar events, with many of the participants native to Nicollet County and the surrounding areas. In 1981, a powder pu derby for women was added, and a year later the grand-stands were expanded to o er twice as much seating.

    More times than not, a girl ends up winning the consolation race. It really gets some of the guys steam-ing, Hewitt said with a laugh. ese are some of the tough-est girls there are around. ey do one heck of a job.

    Derby o cial Mike Bathke described the race as having a family atmosphere, since many people in attendance have friends and family com-peting in the derby. Many for-mer competitors come out to

    watch the derby, as well. is is a unique show. You

    wont find it at many fairs, Bathke said. ese are just cars o the street, with mini-mal welding, that have the windows removed. Everyone has a fair chance at winning.

    Bathke inspects each car before the event, checking they have followed guide-lines, such as removing all windows, glass, tail lights, headlights, carpet, trim and extra seats from the vehicle. All competitors in the derby must drive stock cars, as well.

    Seating usually fills up quickly and there is limited standing room, so guests are recommended to get to the derby well before the race starts.

    Bathke, who used to com-pete in the derby, has helped run the event for the past 12 years. He said people come from miles around to just to watch.

    e grandstand is full to capacity every year, Bathke said. We try to have more bleachers available every year and they are always lled.

    Prize money is given out to the top six finishers in

    each event. The first-place prize for each event ranges between $300 and $600. How-ever, Hewitt said the bragging rights for winning the race are almost important to the driv-ers as the prize money itself.

    Its the biggest event of the fair, theres no two ways about it, Hewitt said. e audience gets to smell the smoke com-ing o the hot radiators and hear the sound of the loud mu er noises. Its a fun time for all.

    Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for students between the ages of six and 12, and free for children ve and under. A free limited supply of ear plugs available at the gate have been donated by Manka-to Sertoma Club.

    According to the fairs website, the deadline to reg-

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  • PAGE 8C NICOLLET COUNTY FAIR Saturday, July 25, 2015

    By DANA MELIUSdmelius@stpeterherald.com

    The 2015 version of the Nicollet County Fair runs Aug.5-9, but ask Bob Sandeen what year this represents in the fairs history and even he scratches his head a bit.

    Sandeen, collections man-ager at the Nicollet County His-torical Society, is the go-to man for anything historical in these parts. And in a recent visit, he plops a wooden yardstick on the table, with engravings cel-ebrating the fairs centennial in 1971. However, con icting historical data puts that 1871 inception in question, Sandeen admits.

    Late 1800 newspaper ac-counts suggest the rst Nicol-let County Fair debuted in Oct. 1870, as does research performed by volunteer histo-rians Eileen Holz and Joni An-derson. Sandeen believes the centennial year may have been pushed ahead a year due to the cancellation of the 1946 fair due to a polio threat, as a St. Peter Herald article stated.

    But other early newspaper accounts and research might point to other reasons. Fairs throughout Nicollet County go back into the 1860s, but none were formally considered the true county fair. e Nicollet County Agricultural Society, which eventually would for-malize the establishment of the county fair, organized in 1860, suggesting a willingness to cre-ate a structured event.

    The 1871 Nicollet County Fair, held in St. Peter, might also have been more signi cant than a year earlier in both or-ganization and stature, with an appearance by then Minnesota Gov. Horace Austin.

    ere might also have been some parochialism and county fair turf wars in the late 1800s. In 1874, the official Nicollet

    County Fair was moved to the town of Nicollet, and featured a gentlemans foot race between congressional candidates C.R. Charley Davis and Judge Henry Hank Moll. It didnt stay long at Nicollet, as a Driv-ing Park Association organized and helped prompt a move back to St. Peter.

    In 1889, fair buildings were moved to a new site, the current location of the Nicollet County Fair in St. Peter.

    From research files, it ap-pears as if the 1950 Nicollet County Fair might have topped others in attendance, with an estimated 12,000 people. But there have been other sig-nificant highlights, including the devastating 1998 tornado, which destroyed 13 buildings on the fairgrounds and dam-aged the others.

    Other news nuggets of past Nicollet County Fairs

    In 1990, newspaper accounts suggest the show this year is to be one of the biggest things ever held in the valley. It included the rst creamery butter contest and circus entertainers, as this troupe of high divers, glove performers, trapeze artists and acrobats.

    Fair-goers in 1904 were looking forward to the widely-acclaimed female aeronaut Mille Loretta. But she died a week earlier in an Iowa fair when her parachute failed to

    open.In 1919, the Nicollet County

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    years later, possibly seeing the writing on the wall, the fair pitched a rural school exhibit. And throughout the ensuing

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