Each year the Fryeburg Youth Show is made possible from the generous support of its sponsors. We have several different levels of sponsorship:
Overall Champion Sponsor - $125
Banner Sponsor - $60
Showmanship Sponsor - $25, $50, $75
Heifer Breed Champion Sponsor - $50
T-Shirt Sponsor - $45
NRJNBG Class Sponsor (Heifer Classes 1-8 and Class 9 Best Bred and Owned) - $30
NRJNBG Photo Contest Sponsorship: $30
General Sponsor funds will go to show expenses where most needed
All show sponsors will be shown on t-shirts that are given to each youth show exhibitor. Additionally, these t-shirts and sweatshirts will also be available for sale to show spectators.
On Friday evening, there will be a smorgasbord dinner that will include a take-a-chance auction to help raise money to make this and future youth shows a success. If you would like to make a donation to the auction, please contact Diane Gushee at 207-256-7798.
If you would like to become a sponsor, please complete the sponsor form and submit before April 10, 2019 to allow time for sponsor items to be printed before the show.
Now in our 29th year, the Fryeburg Youth Show is held each year in conjunction with the National Belted Galloway Sale at the Fryeburg Fairgrounds in Fryeburg, Maine. Last year's show was a big success and this year we expect to have youth exhibitors from Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kansas and Canada.
This is a fun and educational four-day event for kids and young people ages 6 to 21. Our Youth Show consists of the following classes: steer; jackpot steer; heifer; jackpot heifer and showmanship classes. There will be educational events going on as well including clipping and fitting clinics by Stock Show University presented by Sullivan Supply.
If you have any questions about show sponsorship, please contact Diane Gushee at 207-256-7798.
Fryeburg Youth Show
c/o Diane Gushee
68 Portland Street
Fryeburg, ME 04037
2018 photos by Aleesha Nicole Photography
2016 photos by Dustin James
2015 photos by Aleesha Nicole Photography
2014 photos by Megan Ackerman