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SECTION VI: HOBBIES AND COLLECTIONS

Chairpersons: Becky Morrison and Drew Riggleman
Special Rules:
1 Exhibitors may place only one entry in each class.
2 All exhibits entered must not have been previously exhibited and must be the work of the exhibitor during the past year.
3 Exhibitors may enter an exhibit in a class of a higher department but may not enter a class in a lower department.
4 Models must be firmly put together so they can be handled, since all entries have to be moved around before and after judging.
5 Lego exhibits with more than one component need to be presented on a base i.e. shoe box lid or cardboard to ensure the exhibits stay together.
6 Due to space limitations, all exhibits are to be no larger than 14x11x11 inches. Nothing larger can be accepted.
7 Please fasten entry tag securely to your item.
**EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE COPY OF THEIR FAIR REGISTRATION FORM TO PICK UP ENTRIES ON SUNDAY**

DEPARTMENT - JUNIOR (AGES 5-8)
600 Handmade Hobby - Kit
601 Handmade Hobby - Models
602 Handmade Hobby - Nature
603 Handmade Hobby - Original
604 Handmade Hobby - Collection
605 Legos - Kit
606 Legos - Original
607 Personal Scrapbook
608 Miscellaneous Hobby/Collection
DEPARTMENT - INTERMEDIATE (AGES 9-12)
610 Handmade Hobby - Kit
611 Handmade Hobby - Models
612 Handmade Hobby - Nature
613 Handmade Hobby - Original
614 Handmade Hobby - Collection
615 Legos - Kit
616 Legos - Original
617 Personal Scrapbook
618 Miscellaneous Hobby/Collection
DEPARTMENT - SENIOR (AGES 13-19)
620 Handmade Hobby - Kit
621 Handmade Hobby - Models
622 Handmade Hobby - Nature
623 Handmade Hobby - Original
624 Handmade Hobby - Collection
625 Legos - Kit
626 Legos - Original
627 Personal Scrapbook
628 Miscellaneous Hobby/CollectioN

 

 
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SECTION VII: PHOTOGRAPHY

Chairperson: Glenna Shifflett & Kaylie Potter
Special Rules:
1 All pictures should NOT be pre-mounted. The Photography Chairperson will PROVIDE the mounting.
2 Pictures are NOT to be framed and must be no larger than 4" x 6".
3 There are to be no captions on the pictures.
4 Exhibitor may place only ONE entry in each class. The same photo can not be entered in multiple categories unless multiple copies are made.
5 All exhibits entered must not have been previously exhibited and must have been taken within the past year.
6 Exhibitor's number must be on tag, or the picture will be disqualified.
YOUTH - PHOTOGRAPHY

DEPARTMENT - JUNIOR (AGES 5-8)
650 Action Shot
651 Animal or Fowl (including i.e. amphibians, fish, insects, mammals, reptiles etc.)
652 Buildings
653 Flowers
654 Individual
655 Individuals/Group
656 Landscape
657 Miscellaneous
658 Posed Still Life (Non-living objects that are put together to create a story)
659 Special Effect (Photos that are unique such as abstract or through a filter.)
660 Sunrise/Sunset
661 Waterscape
DEPARTMENT - INTERMEDIATE (AGES 9-12)
670 Action Shot
671 Animal or Fowl (including i.e. amphibians, fish, insects, mammals, reptiles etc.)
672 Buildings
673 Flowers
674 Individual
675 Individuals/Group
676 Landscape
677 Miscellaneous
678 Posed Still Life (Non-living objects that are put together to create a story)
679 Special Effect (Photos that are unique such as abstract or through a filter.)
680 Sunrise/Sunset
681 Waterscape
DEPARTMENT - SENIOR (AGES 13-19)
690 Action Shot
691 Animal or Fowl (including i.e. amphibians, fish, insects, mammals, reptiles etc.)
692 Buildings
693 Flowers
694 Individual
695 Individuals/Group
696 Landscape
697 Miscellaneous
698 Posed Still Life (Non-living objects that are put together to create a story)
699 Special Effect (Photos that are unique such as abstract or through a filter.)
700 Sunrise/Sunset
701 Waterscape

 

ADULT - PHOTOGRAPHY

 

4001 Action Shot
4002 Animal or Fowl (including i.e. amphibians, fish, insects, mammals, reptiles etc.)
4003 Buildings
4004 Flowers
4005 Individual
4006 Individuals/Group
4007 Landscape
4008 Miscellaneous
4009 Posed Still Life (Non-living objects that are put together to create a story)
4010 Special Effect (Photos that are unique such as abstract or through a filter.)
4011 Sunrise/Sunset
4012 Waterscape

 

 

 
Fine Arts Print E-mail

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SECTION VIII: FINE ARTS

Chairperson: Jen Kitta
Special Rules:
ALL PICTURES MUST BE FRAMED AND READY TO HANG OR THEY WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.
NO CARDBOARD OR PAPER FRAMING WILL BE ACCEPTED.
2 Frames larger than 16" x 20" will not be accepted.
3 Exhibitor may place one entry only in each class.
All exhibitors entered must not have been previously exhibited and must be the original work of the exhibitor within the last year.
Exhibitors may enter an exhibit in a class of a higher department, but may not enter a class in a lower department.
Exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor, no tracing/coloring pages/notebook paper accepted.
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SECTION IX: EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS

Chairperson: Kristi Riggleman
An educational exhibit is an opportunity for an individual to tell the public about a
particular project or theme of interest. There should be two parts to the exhibit:
a 'show' part and a 'tell' part. The 'show' part includes the items that relate to the
theme or project. The 'tell' part is generally a poster(s) that tells about the theme
or project.
Educational Exhibits may:
1. Teach facts and give information
2. Show a process, teach how to do something
3. Promote shome phase of club work
A Good Exhibit has about 60 seconds to:
1. Arouse the interest of the viewer
2. Stimulate thought of the viewer
3. Inspire them to go and do the same
Special Rules:
1 Displays must be no more than 24 inches deep, 30 inches wide and 32 inches tall.
Display booths will be available on a first-come basis. Remaining exhibits may be placed on tables or risers.
2 Exhibits must be free standing and constructed of a material heavier than poster board.
3 Educational exhibits will be judged on the following criteria:
A. Educational Value 40%
B. Interest and Originality 20%
C. Appearance 20%
D. Quality of Display Materials 20%
DEPARTMENT - Rural Life, WIldlife or Natural Resources
800 Individual Entry
801 Club Entry
DEPARTMENT - Life in and Around Home
802 Individual Entry
803 Club Entry
DEPARTMENT -Science and/or Agriscience
804 Individual Entry
805 Club Entry
DEPARTMENT - Youth Exhibits/Scrapbooks
806 Club Entry
807 Club Scrapbook - under 25 members
808 Club Scrapbook - over 25 members
809 Youth Scrapbook
810 Adult Scrapbook
DEPARTMENT - Travel and Lifestyle
811 Individual Entry
812 Club Entry
813 Vacation/Travel Scrapbook
814 Celebration Scrapbook
DEPARTMENT - Cloverbuds Exhibition
815 Individual Entry
816 Club Entry

 

 

 
Canning Print E-mail

 

Section I. Canning
Chairpersons: Kaiti Bowman & Becky Moulden
Special Rules:
1 All exhibits must have been made by the exhibitor after July 24, 2022 using
standard quart or pint jars with standard approved lids using rings. No exhibits
canned in green jars will be accepted. All jars must be sealed.
2 Lids and jars must be clean.
3 Any exhibit may be opened for judging.
4 Jellies and spreads mabe in glass or pint jars.
5 Exhibitor may place place only one entry in each class.
Judging Suggestions:
Canned Fruit and Vegetables:
• Appearance- uniform in size
• Containers clean
• Liquid covers product, free from sediments
• Full pack, not crowded or fancy pack
Jams, Jellies, and Preserves:
• Containers clean, covered with lid and ring
• Appearance - clear, bright, and holds shape
Pickles:
• Crisp and firm
• Liquid clear and packed uniform in size
• Pleasing blend of flavors
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