Volume 52, Number 48

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, November 26, 2015

Get your entries ready for Pickett County Agricultural Fair

Do you think you make the best strawberry jam or maybe you can grow the prettiest roses around Pickett County?
If so, then you need to put your entry in the Pickett County Agricultural Fair, sponsored by UT Agriculture Extension Office.
The categories are: Field Crops, Gardening, Home Cookery, Canning and Floral. All exhibitors and participants must be residents of Pickett County and is open to all ages.
There is no entry fee and exhibits will be accepted at the Horseman's Association building on Monday, June 3rd from 9-12.
Judging of entries will be Tuesday, June 3rd and conducted by qualified personnel outside of the county.
This year, along with bragging rights, there will prize money and ribbons awarded to First, Second and Third place.
For more information regarding rules and regulations, contact Tony Smith at 397-7997 or the UT Agriculture Extension Office 864-3310.


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