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YOUTH DEPARTMENTS

Agriculture 2022_Fair_Catalog_Agriculture_-_Youth.pdf

Baked Goods                2022_Fair_Catalog_Baked_Goods_Youth.pdf

Best Decorated      2022_Fair_Catalog_Best_Decorated.pdf

Canning                2022_Fair_Catalog_Canning_Youth.pdf

Crafts

       2022_Fair_Catalog_Junior_Crafts.pdf

Intermediate (10-12 yrs. old) 2022_Fair_Catalog_Intermediate_Crafts.pdf

Senior (13-19 yrs. old) 2022_Fair_Catalog_Senior_Crafts.pdf

Educational Exhibits    2022_Fair_Catalog_Educational.pdf

Fine Arts                      2022_Fair_Catalog_Fine_Arts_-_Youth.pdf

Hobbies & Collections 2022_Fair_Catalog_Hobbies.pdf

Horticulture    2022_Fair_Catalog_Horticulture_Youth.pdf

Photography     2022_Fair_Catalog_Photography_Youth.pdf

Sewing                    2022_Fair_Catalog_Sewing_Youth.pdf

 

ADULT DEPARTMENTS

Agriculture         

Baked Goods      2022_Fair_Catalog_Baked_Goods_Adult.pdf

Canning             2022_Fair_Catalog_Canning-Adult.pdf

Crafts                

Fine Arts            2022_Fair_Catalog_Fine_Arts_Adult.pdf

Horticulture        2022_Fair_Catalog_Horticulture_Adult.pdf

Photography       

Sewing              2022_Fair_Catalog_Sewing_Adult.pdf

 
Best Decorated Scare Crow and Mail Box Print E-mail

 

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Best_Decorated_Youth_Only.pdf

Best Decorated Scare Crows

Scare crows MUST be freestanding and completely weather proof. They will be
displayed outside on the fairgrounds during fair week. They may be attached to a fence.
Scare crows that are not picked up on Fair Sunday will be disposed of. This event is
This event is only open to youth ages 5 - 19.

**Suggestions for scare crows could include dressing in a theme, specific style, favorite sports team, school colors...etc.

1100 Dressed Scare Crow - Youth Entry
1101 Dressed Scare Crow - Youth Club/Organization

Best Decorated Mailbox
Mailbox may be handmade or purchased
Mailboxes that are not picked up on Fair Sunday will be disposed of.
This event is only open to youth ages 5 - 19.

**Suggestions for mailbox could include dressing in a theme, specific style, favorite sports team, school colors...etc.

1105 Decorated Mailbox - handmade - youth entry
1106 Decorated Mailbox - purchased - youth entry
1107 Decorated Mailbox - Youth/Club Organization

 

 
Baked Goods Print E-mail
SECTION II - FOODS

Chairperson: Tammy Epperson
Youth Chairperson: Paige Dinsmore & Elizabeth Ritter
Special Rules:
1 All entries must be labeled as to category, will be covered in plastic provided by the fair;
except for decorated cakes and cupcakes.
2 Exhibitor may place only one entry in each class.
3 Commercial mixes or commercial pie filling are not to be used in this section.
4 All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor.
5 No meringue, custard, or cream pies will be accepted.
6 All iced cakes should be double layer except decorated cakes. Other cakes should
be baked in a tube pan.
7 Loaf bread should be baked in a standard sized loaf pan.
Judging Criteria

Cookies:
• Uniform in size
• Even brown
• No off flavor of fat, soda, etc
• Texture fine grain - tender, soft, or chewy
Breads, Rolls, Biscuits:
• Appearance, good taste
• Golden color, texture light and tender
• Pleasing taste
Frosting and Candy:
• Moist creamy consistency
• Fine texture - free from crystals
Butter Cakes:
• Texture - tender, breaks easily, grain small & uniform
• Light, moist and no soggy spots
• Pleasing flavor, top lightly brown
Sponge Cakes:
• Appearance light brown w/ slightly rounded top
• Texture - loose but tender and velvety, small grained and no doughiness
• Free from big holes and tunnels
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Horticulture Print E-mail

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Horticulture_Youth.pdf

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Horticulture_Adult.pdf

 

SECTION III- HORTICULTURE

Chairperson: Nancy Sowers & Cindy Larrick
Special Rules:
1 Potted plants must have been in the exhibitor's possession for at least 3 months.
2 Exhibitor may place only one entry in each class.
3 All specimens must be displayed in the bottle provided.
4 The pot will be included in the measurement.
5 Specimen should have one flower showing good foliage.
6 No wreaths or door decorations.
7 CONDITION FLOWERS IN WARM WATER AFTER CUTTING.
YOUTH - HORTICULTURE 
DEPARTMENT - SINGLE SPECIMENS
200 Cockscomb
201 Dahlia
202 Gladiola
203 Marigold - Dwarf
204 Marigold - Regular
205 Rose
206 Snapdragon - Dwarf
207 Snapdragon - Regular
208 Zinnia - Dwarf
209 Zinnia - Regular
210 Miscellaneous - Other
DEPARTMENT - ARRANGEMENTS
215 African Violets
216 Cactus
217 Desert Garden
218 Dish Garden
219 Fresh Miniature Arrangement (not to exceed 5 inches in any direction)
220 Hanging Plants
221 Herbs
222 Dried Flowers
223 Mixed Flowers
224 Wild Flowers
225 Potted plant or flower (over 12 inches upright)
226 Potted plant or flower (under 12 inches upright)
227 Silk flower arrangement
228 Silk flower arrangement (not to exceed 5 inches in any direction)
229 Terrarium
230 Miscellaneous
231 Miscellaneous live plant

 

ADULT - HORTICULTURE

DEPARTMENT - SINGLE SPECIMENS
3115 Cockscomb
3116 Dahlia
3117 Gladiola
3118 Marigold - Dwarf
3119 Marigold - Regular
3120 Rose
3121 Snapdragon - Dwarf
3122 Snapdragon - Regular
3123 Zinnia - Dwarf
3124 Zinnia - Regular
3125 Miscellaneous - Other
DEPARTMENT - ARRANGEMENTS
3130 Dried Flowers
3131 Evergreen Arrangement
3132 Mixed Flowers
3133 Oriental Style Arrangement
3134 Rose Arrangement
3135 Silk Flower Arrangement
3136 Silk Miniature Arrangement (not to exceed 6" in any direction)
3137 Wild Flowers
3138 Miscellaneous Arrangement
DEPARTMENT - LIVE PLANTS
3140 African Violets
3041 Cactus
3042 Hanging Plants
3043 Herbs
3044 Potted Plants (under 12" upright)
3045 Potted Plants (over 12" upright)
3046 Terrariums
3047 Miscellaneous Live Plant

 

 
Sewing Print E-mail

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Sewing_Youth.pdf

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Sewing_Adult.pdf

 

 

SECTION IV- SEWING

Chairperson: Kristi Riggleman
Special Rules:
1 All clothing must be cleaned and pressed.
2 Garment must be brought in on hangers and may be in clear plastic bags.
3 All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor and not previously exhibited in the fair.
4 Exhibitors may enter an exhibit in a class of a higher department but may not enter a class in a lower department.
5 Exhibit tags must be secured to clothing, it is recommended tags be 'safety pinned' to garments. Pins will be furnished by the fair.
6 Please submit pattern envelope and guide sheet with garment.
**EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE COPY OF THEIR FAIR REGISTRATION FORM TO PICK UP ENTRIES ON SUNDAY**

Judging Criteria
• General Appearance - cleaned and pressed
• Design and color - suitable material used for garment
• Workmanship considerations: stitching, edges, seams, facing, casing, elastics etc.
• Hems, darts, collars, sleeves
• Closures - zippers, buttons, snaps etc.
YOUTH - SEWING

DEPARTMENT 1ST AND 2ND YEAR
245 Hand sew
246 Machine Sew
247 Miscellaneous
DEPARTMENT 3RD AND 4TH YEAR
250 Hand Sew
251 Machine Sew
252 Miscellaneous

 

ADULT SEWING

 DEPARTMENT 1ST AND 2ND YEAR

 3151 Hand sew

 3152 Machine Sew

 3153 Miscellaneous


 DEPARTMENT 3RD AND 4TH YEAR

 3157 Hand Sew

 3158 Machine Sew

 3159 Miscellaneous

 


 

 
Creative Crafts Print E-mail

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Junior_Crafts.pdf

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Intermediate_Crafts.pdf

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Senior_Crafts.pdf

PRINTABLE_2022_Fair_Catalog_Crafts_Adult.pdf

 

SECTION V- CREATIVE CRAFTS
Special Rules for all Divisions:

1 Exhibitor may place one entry only in each class.
2 All exhibits entered must not have been previously exhibited
and must be the work of the exhibitor within the last year.
3 Exhibitors may enter an exhibit in a class of higher department
but may not enter a class in a lower department.
4 Please fast entry tag securely to your item.
**EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE COPY OF THEIR FAIR REGISTRATION FORM TO PICK UP ENTRIES ON SUNDAY**
All entries are to be place on the risers by fair chairpersons

Judging Criteria
• Design
• Workmanship
• Appearance
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