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Wednesday, Thursday, Friday • Open at 2 p.m. Saturday • Open at Noon Index Car Show ..........................................................................11 Cowboy Bootcamp Ag-Ventureland ................................. 13 Decorate a Pig contest .................................................... 14 Diaper Derby ................................................................... 34 Entry Registration Forms Exhibitor Camping Space Reservation ....................... 72 Horse Show & Horse Gaming Show Entry Form ........ 66 Open Class / 4-H & FFA Entry Forms .................... 68-70 Equipment Auction........................................................... 77 Fair & Rodeo Board of Directors ..................................... 76 Floriculture - Open Class ............................................ 38-39 Floriculture - Youth........................................................... 40 Foundation Dinner & Auction ........................................... 74 Getting Started Information ............................................... 4 Home Economics Sponsors ............................................ 26 Home Economics - Open Class ................................. 15-25 Ag Mechanics - Open.................................................. 25 Arts and Crafts - Open ........................................... 22-24 Baking ......................................................................... 18 Bridging the Gap ......................................................... 25 Collections and Models - Open ................................... 24 Food Preservation .................................................. 16-18 Needlework ............................................................ 19-21 Photography - Open ............................................... 24-25 Home Economics - 4-H .............................................. 27-29 Photography - 4-H ....................................................... 29 Horse Gaming Show ....................................................... 65 Horse Show - 4-H and Open ...................................... 62-64 Horticulture - 4-H ........................................................ 35-37 Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

Horticulture - Open Class ........................................... 30-33 Alfalfa Haymaster Contest .......................................... 33 Fruit ........................................................................ 30-31 Grains & Forage Crops ............................................... 33 Organizational & Agricultural Booths........................... 30 Specialties ................................................................... 32 Vegetable ............................................................... 31-32 Livestock .................................................................... 41-61 Beef ............................................................................. 50 Cat Show - 4-H............................................................ 58 Dairy ............................................................................ 50 Dairy Heifer Replacement Sale .............................. 49-50 Dog Show - 4-H........................................................... 57 Goat ............................................................................ 52 Livestock Market Sale ................................................. 49 Livestock Market Supporters (2012) ...................... 46-47 Livestock Trophy Sponsors (2012)......................... 42-43 Llama .......................................................................... 56 Pocket Pets ............................................................ 59-61 Poultry .................................................................... 55-56 Rabbit ..................................................................... 53-54 Record Book ............................................................... 41 Sheep .......................................................................... 51 Swine .......................................................................... 51 Map.................................................................................. 73 Parade Information .......................................................... 12 Rodeo / Team Pull ............................................................. 9 Rodeo Sponsors ................................................................ 8 RV Parking Rules ............................................................ 71 Schedule of Events......................................................... 5-7

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Getting Started

Fair Admission Charges

One-day Family Pass (2 adults, 2 students) .............................$18.00 Adult Admission Season Pass (all four days) .......................................................$20.00 Daily ..............................................................................................$6.00 Military Appreciation Day Saturday, August 10 (show your I.D.) ...................$2.00 Discount Students & Seniors (6-year and including 13-year-olds and Senior Citizens 62 years and older) Season Passes (all four days) ...................................................$12.00 Daily ..............................................................................................$4.00 Rodeo Friday or Saturday .......................................................Additional $5.00 (5 years and under free with a paid adult)

Fair Hours The fairgrounds will be open from 8 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, and from 8 a.m. to Midnight on Friday and Saturday. The fairgrounds will be open again on Sunday to pick up exhibits from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. **Livestock animals, displays and exhibits may not be removed until 8 a.m. and must be done by 10 a.m. Admission will be charged starting at noon on Wednesday and all day Thursday, Friday and Saturday. A separate ticket is needed to see the Rodeo.

Commercial Booths Mailing Address: YVF&R, Attn: Julie Hendren P.O. Box 27, Grandview, WA 98930 For more information or to obtain an application packet, please visit our website at www.yvfair-rodeo.org, or send an e-mail to info@ yvfair-rodeo.org, or contact Julie Hendren 509.833.8678. General Rules for Commercial Booths 1. All applications are subject to the approval of the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo (YVF&R) and are considered on a first-come, firstserved basis, and should be submitted as soon as possible due to limited commercial booth space. 2. In order to be considered for acceptance, all applications must be received by the YVF&R by 5 p.m. on Friday, July 12, 2013. 3. Set up time begins at 9 a.m., Tuesday, August 6 of Fair week and needs to be completed by Wednesday, August 7 at noon. 4. All booths need to be in order, manned and all vehicles must be off the grounds by noon on Wednesday. 5. Booths may be stocked before 8 a.m. and after closing time on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday during the fair. 6. Your activities are limited to your assigned booth space area ONLY.

Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo P.O. Box 27, Grandview, WA 98930 • 509.882.1197 www.Yvfair-rodeo.org Location: 812 Wallace Way, Grandview, WA 98930 Directions: I-82 Exit #73, eastbound on Yakima Valley Hwy., right at Stover Rd., left at Wallace Way. Westbound Exit #73, straight ahead at stop light onto Stover and left on Wallace Way. Rodeo entrance: continue on Stover Rd., left on Puterbaugh Rd., left on Ogle Rd. to the Northwest Gate. Parking for livestock area during the fair will be at the assigned area. Open 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. daily. From 8 a.m. on, only those with Fair & Parking Passes shall be admitted. Only Superintendents will be allowed to park along North drive. Must have parking pass displayed in window. Unauthorized vehicles will be towed at owner’s expense. For special handicapped parking or those assisting in dropping of those with special needs, please contact 509.882.1197 for special parking pass.

Parade

Thursday, August 8 at 6:30 p.m. www.visitgrandview.org Parade information, entry forms and updates are available online or contact the Grandview Chamber of Commerce, 303 W. Wine Country Road.

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2013 Schedule of Events Wednesday, Aug. 7

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Friday, Aug. 2

6:00 - 8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m. 4-H & Open Horse Show

7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Record Books must be to the Livestock Office by 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 3

Office open for Horse Show

Livestock may enter grounds

7:30 - 11:30 a.m.

All Floriculture entries accepted at this time only.

6:30 a.m.

Office open for Horse Show exhibitors

8:00 a.m.

All displays must be up and all livestock must be on the grounds

7:30 a.m.

4-H & Open Horse Show

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Dog Show

Rabbit/Poultry Fitting and Showing followed by Classification

Sunday, Aug. 4 8:00 a.m.

Office open for Gaming Show

9:00 a.m.

Gaming Show

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Cat Show

9:00 a.m.

Weigh, tag and inspect following market animals: Steers (promptly at 9. All must be weighed before sheep.)

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Monday, Aug. 5 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. All 4-H Home Ec entries accepted at this time only. 12:00 - 9:00 p.m.

All Open Home Ec entries accepted at this time only.

6:30 p.m.

Mandatory Work Night - Cleanup and preparation of buildings and grounds. All 4-H Clubs and FFA Chapters must be represented. You must check in with your division superintendent. Failure to be represented may result in loss of premiums.

Tuesday, Aug. 6 9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m. All Horticulture entries accepted and 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at these times only. 5:30 - 9:30 p.m

Weigh, tag and inspect all market swine

5:30 - 10:00 p.m.

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2013 Schedule of Events Sheep (immediately following steers) Goats (immediately following sheep)

10:00 p.m.

Barns Closed

11:00 p.m.

Fairgrounds Closed

12:00 p.m.

Opening Ceremony at Flag Pole

12:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Activities for all ages including Cowboy BootCamp Ag-Ventureland.

Friday, Aug. 9

1:00 p.m.

Market Goats, Meat Breeding Goats, pictures to follow

2:00 p.m.

Carnival opens

4:00 p.m.

Livestock Superintendent meeting in Livestock Office

5:00 p.m.

Exhibitors, Parents, Superintendents meeting. All exhibitors are expected to attend in Show Arena.

11:00 p.m.

Fairgrounds Closed

8:00 a.m.

Swine and Sheep Fitting and Showing

8:00 a.m.

Dairy Fitting & Showing followed by Classification

12:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Activities for all ages including Cowboy BootCamp Ag-Ventureland

1:00 p.m.

Team Pulls

2:00 p.m.

Carnival opens

2:30 p.m.

Goat Fitting and Showing followed by Dairy

2:30 p.m.

Pee Wee Swine Fitting & Showing

Thursday, Aug. 8 8:00 a.m. Swine and Sheep Classification 10:00 a.m.

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FFA Tractor Driving Career Development Event

11:30 a.m.

Swine Breed Judging

12:00 p.m.

4-H/FFA Livestock Judging

12:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Activities for all ages including Cowboy BootCamp Ag-Ventureland

2:00 p.m.

4-H/FFA Dairy Judging

3:30 p.m.

Beef Fitting & Showing followed by Classification

6:30 p.m.

Grandview Community Parade

7:30 p.m.

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Pee Wee Sheep Fitting & Showing

5:30 p.m.

4-H/FFA Showmanship Round Robin

6:00 p.m.

Diaper Derby

6:30 p.m.

4-H/FFA Livestock Trophy Presentations

7:30 p.m.

ProWest Rodeo & Beer Gardens

10:00 p.m.

Barns Closed

Midnight

Fairgrounds Closed

Saturday, Aug. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 - 3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 - 9:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. Midnight

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Fair Activities

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Saturday, August 10th, 2013 Country Park Event Center and Fair Grounds 812 Wallace Way, Grandview, WA 98930

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Schedule of events Registration: 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Show begins: 10 a.m. Vehicle judging: 10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. Poker Walk: 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 50/50 Ticket Sales: 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Door Prize Drawings: 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Trophies & Grand Prize Presented: 12:30 p.m. Show ends: 2 p.m.

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Entry forms are available online at www.visitgrandview.org or at the Grandview Chamber of Commerce, 303 W. Wine Country Road

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1. A saw horse will be provided for each person to decorate. Call the numbers below for a saw horse or more information. 2. The décor or theme will be up to each ones imagination. 3. Each entry must advertise the dates and location of the fair. 4. Make sure decorations are secured to the frame. Foundation will not be responsible for items falling off. 5. Entries can be delivered to the Grandview Community Center on Wallace Way, in Grandview. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. June 1-30, 2013. 6. Judging will take place during the fair. 7. As entries come in, the fair will use the decorated PIGS to remind people of the upcoming fair by displaying at businesses in the lower valley cities. 8. Entries can be picked up Sunday, August 11, before 11 a.m.

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Open Class Home Economics

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Rules: 1. For the safety of junior exhibitors, no entry will be accepted in canned foods from juniors under the age of 19 years. 2. All entries shall be in standard canning jars. 3. Any entry may be opened for judging. 4. If 2-piece lid is used, put band back on for the protection of seal. (4-H and Camp Fire members enrolled in Food Preservation projects are allowed to exhibit in the following Divisions: Canned Fruits, Canned Vegetables and Canned Meat.)

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DIVISION 500: Canned Fruits Class: 01 Apples (pieces) 02 Apples (sauce) 03 Apricots 04 Blackberries 05 Blackcaps 06 Blueberries 07 Boysenberries 08 Cherries (dark sweet) 09 Cherries (light sweet) 10 Cherries (sour, pitted) 11 Fruit Cocktail 12 Gooseberries 13 Grapes 14 Huckleberries 15 Loganberries 16 Nectarines 17 Peaches

5. General Rules for Open Class apply to Food Preservation. 6. All jars must be properly labeled with processing method and time. 7. All products MUST be processed in hot water bath or pressure canner method, and preserved in the past year. 8. Judging will be based on the processing times, methods, and headspaces from USDA Extension bulletins. Free bulletins and advice are available at the Yakima County Extension Service, Room 233, Yakima, 509.575.4214 or toll-free 1.800.572.7354. 9. Meat, fish, poultry and vegetables must be pressure canned. 10. Dried foods should be in clear glass jars for exhibition with a label indicating product name, pretreatment (if none use, write “No pretreatment�), drying method used (sun, dehydrator, oven) and date preserved. 11. Products without a label, incorrect methods or incorrect jars will be disqualified. Attach label to smooth side of jar. See examples of labels below. Labels do not need to be fancy.

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Pears Plums Raspberries Rhubarb Strawberries Other Canned Fruit Other Canned (Brandied Cherries) Other Canned (Brandied Peaches) Spiced Fruits

DIVISION 501: Canned Vegetables To be processed by pressure canner method. Class: 01 Asparagus 02 Baby Beets (whole) 03 Baby Carrots (whole) 04 Corn (whole kernel style) 05 Crookneck (squash) 06 Greens 07 Ketchups 08 Mature Beets 09 Mature Carrots 10 Peas 11 Salsa 12 Sauerkraut 13 Snap Beans 14 Stewed Tomatoes 15 Tomatoes 16 Wax Beans 17 Zucchini Squash 18 Other Canned Vegetables

DIVISION 502: Jams Must be standard jelly glasses, sealed and with lids or uniform jars with right lids. These may be opened for judging. Class: 01 Apricot 02 Blackberry 03 Blueberry 04 Boysenberry 05 Cherry (sour) 06 Cherry (sweet) 07 Gooseberry 08 Grape 09 Huckleberry 10 Peach 11 Pear 12 Pineapple-Apricot 13 Pineapple-Rhubarb 14 Plum 15 Raspberry 16 Rhubarb 17 Strawberry 18 Mixed 19 Other Jams

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Blackberry Blackcap Black Raspberry Black Currant Blueberry Boysenberry Bush Berry Cherry Crabapple Currant Gooseberry Grape Huckleberry Loganberry Mint Mixed Peach Pie Cherry Plum Raspberry Rhubarb Strawberry Wild Blackberry Young Berry Other Jellies

DIVISION 504: Conserves (See regulations for canned foods) Class: 01 Blackcap 02 Cherry 03 Mixed 04 Peach 05 Pear 06 Plum 07 Prune 08 Rhubarb 09 Other Conserves

DIVISION 505: Butters (See regulations for canned foods) Class: 01 Apple 02 Strawberry 03 Crabapple 04 Cherry 05 Pear 06 Tomato 07 Plum 08 Other Butter

DIVISION 506: Preserves (See regulations for canned foods) Class: 01 Plum 02 Strawberry 03 Crabapple 04 Cherry 05 Peach 06 Pear 07 Tomato 08 Other Preserves PAGE 17

DIVISION 507: Pickles (See regulations for canned foods) Class: 01 Beets 02 Bread & Butter 03 Chutney 04 Dills 05 Fruit 06 Mixed 07 Mixed Relish 08 Onions 09 Sweets 10 Watermelon 11 Zucchini 12 Other Pickles 13 Chow Chow Relish

DIVISION 508: Juice (See regulations for canned foods) Class: 01 Tomato 02 Grape 03 Carrot 04 Apricot 05 Other Juices

DIVISION 509: Marmalade (See regulations for canned foods) Class: 01 Orange 02 Pineapple 03 Mixed 04 Pear 05 Other Marmalade

DIVISION 510: Syrup (See regulations for canned foods) Class: 01 Apple 02 Blackberry 03 Cherry 04 Plum 05 Grape 06 Black Cap 07 Other Syrup

DIVISION 511: Canned Meat To be processed by pressure canner method. Class: 01 Beef 02 Pork 03 Lamb 04 Beef Stew 05 Other Meat Stew 06 Chili with Meat 07 Soup with Meat 08 Salmon

DIVISION 512: Dried Foods Food must be exhibited in clear, glass jars. Class: 01 Apple (6 pieces) 02 Apricots (6 pieces) 03 Bananas August 7-10, 2013 • Grandview, Washington

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Beans (12 pieces) Beet Leaves Beet (12 pieces) Berries (12 pieces) Carrots Cherries (6 pieces) Chives Corn (12 pieces) Dried Oregano Fruit Leather (2-2”x4” pieces) Grapes (12 pieces) Herbs (1 Tbsp.) Meat-Jerky Mushrooms (6 pieces) Nectarines Onions (6 rings or 1 Tbsp. chopped) Parsley Peaches (6 pieces) Pears (6 pieces) Peas (12 pieces) Peppers and Pimentos (6 pieces) Prunes (6 pieces) Pumpkins (6 pieces) Sage Leaves Spinach Squash (6 pieces) Sweet Basil Tomatoes Vegetable Soup Mix Zucchini Other Dried Foods

Baking Department Rules: 1. Exhibits shown in Open class may not be shown in 4-H and/or Camp fire Divisions. 2. Each exhibit should be on a 6”, or bigger, paper plate, covered with a re-sealable bag, to keep it fresh and free from dust. 3. No mixes. (Except Decorated Cakes & Cookies. They will be judged on decoration only when a mix is used.) 4. General rules for Open Class apply to Baking. 5. Each exhibit MUST be entirely prepared by the individual exhibition. 6. Junior is 18 years and younger. 7. Only need half a pie for judging. 8. Recipes would be appreciated for entries. 9. No baking will be accepted from children under 8 years (except no-bake cookies). DIVISION 513: Cakes 2 Slices of cake accepted. Layer cakes frosted. Class: 01 Angel Food Cake 02 Apple Cake 03 Applesauce Spice Cake 04 Bundt Cake 05 Chiffon Cake 06 Chocolate Angel Food Cake Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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DIVISION 518: Candies

Chocolate Cake Devil’s Food Cake Fruit Cake German Chocolate Cake Pound Cake Spice Cake Sponge Cake White Butter Cake Yellow Butter Cake Other Cakes

DIVISION 514: Decorated Cakes and Cookies One layer Accepted Class: 01 1 Layer 02 2 or more Layers 03 Mold Design 04 Cut Design, include patterns on 3 X 5 card 05 Other 06 Cookies (4) 07 Cupcakes (4) 08 Other

DIVISION 515: Cupcakes Class: 01 Chocolate, 3 02 Mixed, 3 03 Spice, 3 04 White, 3 05 Yellow, 3 06 Other Cupcakes, 3

Class: 01 Almond Roca 02 Applets and Cotlets 03 Caramels 04 Divinity 05 Fudge 06 Honey Candy 07 Mints 08 Peanut Brittle 09 Penuche 10 Sugar Molding 11 Taffy 12 Other Candies

DIVISION 519: Bread - Yeast (1/2 loaf) Class: 01 Brown Bread 02 Cinnamon Rolls, 3 03 Coffee Cake, 1/4 cake 04 Fancy Rolls, 3 05 Hamburger Rolls, 3 06 Plain Rolls, 3 07 Raisin Bread 08 Sour Dough (dark) 09 Sour Dough (light) 10 Tea Ring, 1/4 ring 11 White Bread 12 Whole Wheat 13 Other Yeast Bread

DIVISION 520: Bread - Yeast Free (1/2 loaf)

DIVISION 516: Cookies, Doughnuts & Pastries Class: 01 Display of Bar Cookies, 4 02 Display of Drop Cookies, 4 03 Display of Filled Cookies, 4 04 Iced Cookies, 4 05 Display of Molded Cookies, 4 06 Display of Refrigerator Cookies, 4 07 Display of Rolled Cookies, 4 08 Decorated Doughnuts, 3 09 Raised Doughnuts, 3 10 Other Cookies, 4 11 Other Doughnuts, 3 12 Other Pastries, 3

Class: 01 Apple Bread 02 Baking Powder 03 Banana Bread 04 Coffee Cake, 1/4 cake 05 Corn Bread 06 Fruit Bread 07 Muffin, 3 08 Poppy Seed 09 Pumpkin 10 Zucchini 11 Other Bread

DIVISION 517: Pies Class: 01 Crisps (any fruit) 02 Berry 03 Cherry 04 Apple 05 Other Fruit 06 Pumpkin 07 Other

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Needlework Department Rules: 1. No article starched or stiffened of any kind shall be judged - pillowcase, tea towels, etc. 2. No soiled, torn or worn articles will be accepted for entry.

DIVISION 521: Quilting Class: 01 Hand Quilted 02 Machine Quilted 03 Tied 04 Other Needlework or Quilts

DIVISION 522: Design Method Class: 01 Appliqué - Hand 02 Appliqué - Machine 03 Pieced - Hand 04 Pieced - Machine 05 Embroidered - Hand 06 Embroidered - Machine 07 Embroidered - Painted 08 Embroidered - Quilted 09 Embroidered - Other Design Method

DIVISION 526: Miscellaneous Linens Class: 01 Tea towels, embroidered, 2 02 Tea towels, appliqué, 2 03 Tea towels, cross stitch, 2 04 Hucked towels, 2 05 Guest towel 06 Pot holders, fabric, 2 07 Toaster cover 08 Bun warmer 09 Dresser scarf 10 Embroidered three-piece set 11 Machine embroidered 12 Other miscellaneous lines

DIVISION 527: Rugs Class: 01 Braided 02 Crocheted, yarn 03 Crocheted, rag 04 Hooked yarn 05 Hooked rags 06 Woven 07 Miscellaneous 08 Waffle Weave, Pompom 09 Latch Hook 10 Punched 11 Any type over 4’ X 6’ 12 Other rugs

Sewing Rules: 1. Clothing must be on hangers. 2. No soiled or worn article will be accepted for entry. 3. General rules for Open Class apply to Sewing.

DIVISION 528: Infants Children’s Wear Class: 01 Baby bib 02 Carriage Robe, fabric 03 Crib Spread 04 Infant’s Cap, fabric 05 Infant’s Dress, fabric 06 Infant’s Gown 07 Infant’s jacket, fabric 08 Child’s Blouse 09 Child’s Coat 10 Child’s Dress 11 Child’s Jacket Dress 12 Child’s Skirt 13 Child’s Suit 14 Jacket 15 Jumper 16 Made over Coat for Child 17 Pajamas or Gown 18 Pants 19 Pants Suit 20 Play Suit 21 Shorts

DIVISION 523: Pillow Cases Class: 01 Embroidered - White or colored thread 02 Appliqué 03 Cut Work 04 Show sheet and one case 05 Iron on cut outs 06 Cross-stitched 07 Machine Embroidered 08 Other pillow cases

DIVISION 524: Table Linens Class: 01 Lunch cloth, embroidered 02 Lunch cloth, cross stitch 03 Lunch cloth, appliqué 04 Lunch cloth, crochet trim 05 Lunch cloth, knit trim 06 Lunch cloth, tatted trim 07 Place mats, embroidered, 2 08 Table cloth, embroidered 09 Table cloth, cross stitch 10 Table cloth, cut work 11 Special occasion 12 Machine embroidered 13 Other table linen

DIVISION 525: Aprons Class: 01 Aprons 02 Hand embroidered 03 Machine embroidered 04 Other aprons Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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DIVISION: Quilting Garments 531 Original Strip Quilting, Patchwork,

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532 Manufactured Quilted Fabric Class: 01 Coat 02 Jacket 03 Novelty, Purse, Etc. 04 Vest 05 Other

DIVISION 530: Adult Wear No worn or soiled items will be accepted for entry. Class: 01 Apron 02 Cape 03 Coat 04 Coat Dress 05 Cocktail Dress 06 Cotton or Synthetic Blouse 07 Cotton or Synthetic Dress 08 Cotton or Synthetic Skin 09 Evening Dress (long) 10 Halter 11 Head Scarf 12 Jacket 13 Jacket Dress 14 Jumper 15 Man’s Shirt 16 Maternity 16 Other Adult Wear 18 Pajamas or Gown 19 Pants 20 Pants Jumper 21 Pants Suit 22 Purse 23 Robe 24 Shorts 25 Skirt 26 Stole 27 Sweat Shirt 28 Swim Suit 29 Tailored Dress 30 Tailored Skirt 31 Tailored Suit 32 T-Shirt 33 Vest 34 Wedding Dress 35 Wind Breaker 36 Wool Blouse 37 Wool Dress

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DIVISION 533: Lingerie Class: 01 Nightgown 02 Peignoir set 03 Robe 04 Slip 05 Other lingerie

DIVISION 534: Dolls and Doll Clothes Class: 01 Bed Dolls 02 3-piece Doll’s Outfit (10” or under) 03 3-piece Doll’s Outfit (11” or over) 04 7-piece Wardrobe (any size doll) 05 Rag Dolls 06 Stuffed toys, small 07 Stuffed toys, large 08 Other

DIVISION 535: Miscellaneous Class: 01 Pin Cushion 02 Pot Holder 03 Tablecloth 04 Tea Towel 05 Terry Towel 06 Soft Boxes 07 Other

DIVISION 536: Knitting Class: 01 2 or 3 piece Baby Set 02 Afghan 03 Baby Booties 04 Bag or Purse 05 Bedspread

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DIVISION 537: Crocheted & Tatted Class: 01 Afghan 02 Apron 03 Baby Afghan 04 2 or 3 piece Baby Sets 05 Bag or Purse 06 Bedspread 07 Belt 08 Booties 09 Cape 10 Carriage Robe 11 Centerpiece (over 14”) 12 Chair Set 13 Child’s Sweater (other) 14 Dickey 15 Dish Rags, 2 16 Doilies 17 Dress 18 Flowers

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Gloves Hangers, 2 Hanky - crocheted trim or tatted trim Hats Head Scarf Mittens Ornament Pillow Pillow Edging Pot Holders, 2 Scarf Slippers Socks Sweater (over) Sweater (pull over) Table Cloth Toy Vest (man or woman) Other

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Cloth Book Tote Bag Punch Embroidery Candlewick Plastic Canvas Needlepoint Table Runners Other

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DIVISION 542: Basketry and Wheat Weaving Class: 01 Pine Needle 02 Twined 03 Woven 04 Crochet 05 Coiled 06 Reed 07 Vine 08 Wheat 09 Other

DIVISION 540: Hand Painted Articles Class: 01 Pillow Cases 02 Table Linen 03 Tea Towels, 2 04 Other Hand Painted Articles

DIVISION 541: Handspun and Hand-Woven Articles Class: 01 Shawl or Poncho 02 Coat 03 Jacket 04 Tapestry 05 Dress 06 Baby Blanket 07 Blanket, large 08 Rug 09 Kimono or bathrobe 10 Wall hanging 11 Upholstery, fabric 12 Drapery, fabric 13 Pillow 14 Table Runner or 4 placemats

DIVISION 538: Original Stitchery No stamped patterns or kits Class: 01 AppliquĂŠ 02 Counted Cross Stitch 03 Crewel 04 Embroidery 05 Latch Hook 06 Needlepoint 07 Quilted 08 Other Original Stitchery

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DIVISION 543: Handspun, Hand-Woven & Felted Yarns Class: 01 2 oz. Wheel-spun single yarn (wool) 02 2 oz. Spindle-spun single yarn (wool) 03 2 oz. Wheel-spun, 2-ply yarn (wool) 04 2 oz. Spindle-spun, 2-ply yarn (wool) 05 1 oz. Single or 2-ply (silk) 06 2 oz. Single or 2-ply (cotton) 07 2 oz. Single or 2-ply (linen) 08 Hand-spun yarn 09 Crocheted of hand-spun yarn 10 Other

DIVISION 539: Novelties Stamped patterns, kits and copes may be used. Class: 01 Crewel 02 Cross Stitch 03 Embroidered 04 Hooked 05 Needlepoint 06 Wall Hanging 07 Pillows 08 Pompom 09 AppliquĂŠ 11 Latch Hook 12 Machine Made

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Oils Other Media Pen & Ink Pencil Water Color

DIVISION 556: Fine Art - Advanced This division is open to the skilled and accomplished artist if you have ever sold anything. Work done under instruction, copies of others’ work or work from commercial kits will not be accepted in this section. Class: 01 Acrylics 02 Charcoal 03 Oils 04 Other Media 05 Pen & Ink 06 Pencil 07 Water Color

DIVISION 557: Crafts Rules: 1. Class 1-45, if kits, will be indicated with an “A” after the class number. 2. Junior entrants will be limited to five entries. 3. Originality and neatness of work will be considered in judging. 4. General rules for Open Class apply to crafts. Class: 01 Art Foam 02 Bead 03 Button 04 Calligraphy 05 Chenille 06 Clay 07 Cold Ceramics 08 Cone 09 Copper Tooling 10 Cork 11 Corn Husk 12 Crepe Paper 13 Decoupage 14 Dip & Drape 15 Dough 16 Fabric 17 Feather 18 Felt 19 Glass 20 Holiday 21 Jewelry 22 Lamps 23 Macaroni 24 Macramé 25 Marble 26 Match 27 Metal 28 Metal Work 29 Modpodge 30 Mosaic 31 Nature 32 Net Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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Paint by Numbers Paper Papier-mâché Plaques Plaster of Paris Plastic Bottle Plastics Popsicle Raffia Resin Rock Sequin Shell Soap Stained Glass Stone String Styrofoam Textile Painting Tie Dye Tin Can Twine Wax Weaving Wood Yarn Craft Other

DIVISION 558: Scrapbooking & Rubber Stamp Creations Class: 01 Album Page 02 Candles 03 Cards 04 Embossing 05 Fabric 06 Gift Bags 07 Gift Boxes 08 Holiday 09 Other 10 Photo Album 11 Poster 12 Scrapbooks 13 Signs 14 Special Occasion 15 Sports

DIVISION 559: Etched Articles Class: 01 Aluminum 02 Brass 03 Copper 04 Glass 05 Etched 06 Other

DIVISION 560: Leather Work Class: 01 Belt 02 Billfold 03 Book Marker 04 Key Case 05 Leather Wall Hanging 06 Purse PAGE 23

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DIVISION 561: Wood Crafts Class: 01 Bird House 02 Bookends 03 Bow 04 Bowl 05 Bread or Cheese Board 06 Flower Pot 07 Frame, Judge’s Decision 08 Furniture 09 Key hanger 10 Novelty 11 Other Woodcrafts 12 Outdoor Craft 13 Recipe Card holder 14 Scrapbook Covers 15 Tray 16 Waste Basket 17 Wood Burning

DIVISION 562: Carving Machine carved class number should be followed by the letter “A” Class: 01 Animals, large 02 Animals, small 03 Birds, large 04 Birds, small 05 Flowers, large 06 Flowers, small 07 People, large 08 People, small 09 Sea life, large 10 Sea life, small 11 Other carvings

DIVISION 563: Ceramics Class: 01 People, large 02 People, small 03 Animals, large 04 Animals, small 05 Miniatures 06 Birds, large 07 Birds, small 08 Ash Trays 09 Arrangements Bowls 10 Banks 11 Bath Sets 12 Book ends 13 Bottles or Jugs 14 Bowls 15 Candle Holders 16 Candy Dish 17 Canister Set 18 Casserole 19 Christmas 20 Christmas Plaques 21 Christmas Trees 22 Cigarette Box August 7-10, 2013 • Grandview, Washington

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Clocks Cookie Jar Covered Dish Cream & Sugar Desk Pen Sets Dish Sets Easter Flower Arrangement only Fruit Stock Glasses, 2 Hand Molded Hanging Lamp Holiday, small Honey Pot Jewelry Box Lamps Lavabo Mugs Novelty Holder Nut Dish Pitchers Planters Plaques Plates Relish Dish Salt & Peppers Snack Sets Special Occasions Spoon holder Stein Tea Set Wall Ornament Vases Ceramic, other works

DIVISION 564: Pottery Class: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07

Bowl Candle Holders Candy Dish Covered Bowl Figurine Mug Pie Dish

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Pitcher Planter Plaque Spoon Holder Tea Bag Holder Vase Other pottery

Collections & Models Department Rules: 1. All entries must be secured to base and be clean. 2. General rules for Open Class apply to Models 3. No items will be accepted if larger than 18” wide and 24” long, due to limited space.

DIVISION 565 : Models Class: 01 Airplanes/Prop 02 Armor 03 Antique Car/Jet 04 Airplanes/Commercial/Private 05 Boats/Ships Military 06 Boats/Commercial 07 Cars: Stock/Street/Show 08 Cars: Racing/Drag 09 Creatures 10 Figurines/Fiction 11 Figures/Real 12 Motorcycles 13 Recreational Scenes 14 Shadow Boxes 15 Science Fiction 16 Train 17 Trucks/Pick-ups/Vans 18 Wagons 19 Other Models

DIVISION 566: Construction Sets

1. All entries must be secured to base and be clean. 2. General rules for open class apply to construction sets. 3. Open to Juniors under 13 only. Class: 01 Lego’s 02 Lincoln Logs 03 Tinker Toys 04 Snap Together Sets 05 Metal Construction Sets 06 Plastic 07 Other Construction Sets 08 Miscellaneous

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Insects Petrified Wood Rope Farm Equipment Sports Cards Models Taxidermy Scrapbook Seed Stamps Rock Indian Artifacts Other Buttons/Pins Pens/Pencils

Photography Department Rules: 1. All entries shall be the work of the exhibitor but negatives may be processed. 2. All prints will cover a minimum of 35 square inches (5X7) and must be matted, mounted or framed. 3. Exhibitors are limited to 1 entry per Class and each entry must be clearly marked on the back with title, name, address, telephone number and class in which entered. No more than 5 entries per person. 4. Professional photographers are invited to exhibit on a non-competitive basis only. 5. Each entry will be awarded a ribbon. There will be one “Best of Show” in Adult, Junior and Senior. 6. The department and judge reserve the right to reclassify entries deemed improperly classified, reject work for special reason such as size or other infringements of the rules. 7. Juniors limited to 18 years and under. 8. Class numbers same as Adult Division except number will be followed by the letter “A”.

DIVISION 568: Film Class: 01 Action 02 Animals - big 03 Animals - small 04 Buildings 05 Flowers

DIVISION 567: Collections

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Grouping of 3 or more Landscapes Other Photography People Portraits Special Effects Sports

DIVISION 569: Digital Class: 01 Action 02 Animals - big 03 Animals - small 04 Buildings 05 Flowers 06 Grouping of 3 or more 07 Landscapes 08 Other Photography 09 People 10 Portraits 11 Special Effects 12 Sports

Bridging the Gap Department This is a project that must be completed by a grandparent and grandchild (or “adopted” grandparent and grandchild). One entry per class per person please. Documentation and photos of project being done together is desired.

Ag Mechanics Department Rules: 1. Open to 4-H, FFA & Open Class Adults. 2. Project may consist of wood, metal or other structural components, or any combination thereof. 3. Must be built by owner. 4. Information to be provided: Name of builder, chapter or club, cost of materials, hours to complete and value of finished product. 5. Project will be entered by use and value.

DIVISIONS: 600 Farm 601 Shop 602 Home 603 Recreation Class: 01 FFA - Cost: $300 and over to build 02 FFA - Cost: $150 to $299.00 to build 03 FFA - Cost $0 to $149.00 to build 04 4-H - Cost: $300 and over to build 05 4-H - Cost: $150 to $299.00 to build 06 4-H - Cost $0 to $149.00 to build 07 Open - Cost: $300 and over to build 08 Open - Cost: $150 to $299.00 to build 09 Open - Cost $0 to $149.00 to build

DIVISION 570: Bridging the Gap Class: 01 Needlework - Sewing 02 Most Unusual 03 Knitting or Crocheted 04 Baking 05 Food Preservation (canned or dried) 06 Craft 07 Photography 08 Collections 09 Ceramics or Pottery 10 Garden Vegetable (3 or 5 if small item) 11 Cut Flowers (3 Stems) 12 Potted plant from seed 13 Other 14 Woodworking 15 Rubberstamp or Scrapbooking

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Monday, August 5 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Enter 4-H Exhibits Tuesday, August 6 9:00 a.m. Judging Wednesday, August 7 1:00 p.m. Building Opens 10:00 p.m. Building Closes Thursday, August 8 10:00 a.m. Building Opens 7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. Public Presentations Fashion Revue 10:00 p.m. Building Closes Friday, August 9 10:00 a.m. Building Opens 10:00 p.m. Building Closes Saturday, August 10 10:00 a.m. Building Opens 2:00 p.m. - 5 p.m. Public Presentations 10:00 p.m. building Closes *Club Participation is: Building Guards Sunday, August 11 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Release Exhibits Rules: 1. All exhibits must be in place by 8 p.m. on Monday, August 5. Exhibits may be picked up on Sunday between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.

2. ALL CLUBS THAT HAVE ENTRIES MUST HELP WITH BUILDING SITTING, SIGN UP WITH SUPERINTENDENT. 3. All possible care will be taken to safeguard the entries but no responsibility will be assumed for damage or loss of the exhibit. 4. Only Blue Ribbon exhibits will merit special awards. 5. Primary Division will be represented by grades Kindergarten - 2nd grade and will be judged. Their work will be displayed and they will receive 5 points per exhibit 6. Junior Division: grades 3-5, ages 9-11. 7. Intermediate Division: grades 6-8, ages 12-14 8. Senior Division: grades will be represented by grades 9-12, ages 15-19. 9. Rosettes, gift certificates or baskets may be given to several outstanding exhibits. 10. All labels must be firmly attached to entries before arrival.

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DIVISION 401: Fashion Revue Open to all 4-H members Sign up with Superintendents during entering on Monday Points allowed: Participation Ribbon and 30 points Class: 01 Primary 02 Junior 03 Intermediate 04 Senior

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Open to all 4-H members Sign up with Superintendents during entering on Monday Points: Participation Ribbon and 30 points

Fair History This year will be the 86th year of festivities at the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo (YVF&R) in Grandview. It will be the 24th anniversary at the current location, Country Park on Wallace Way. The Yakima Valley Fair started in the downtown streets of Grandview as the “Harvest Festival.” During the early 1950s, the fair found its home on Second Street at what is now the Yakima Valley Community College campus, and soon grew to include the livestock exhibits. By the 1990s, the YVF&R began to outgrow itself in town and moved to the current fair location at Country Park on Wallace Way. In 2001, the Yakima Valley Fair added “& Rodeo” and changed its name. The first three years, it was successful as part of the Pro-West Rodeo circuit, winning “Rodeo of the Year” for 2 years. The transition was made to the PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association) in 2003. In 2010, new Directors returned to the Pro-West Rodeo, involving more local participants. The YVF&R continues to grow and develop with each passing year. This year finds a dedicated YVF&R Board of 11 volunteer members who work diligently to improve the quality of the Fair & Rodeo. Each board member brings fresh and unique ideas and perspectives to the table, providing you with a fair that just gets better and better each year. Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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4-H Home Economics DIVISION 700: Club Booths (page 30)

See rules in Organizational Agriculture Booths in Horticulture Department. All booths may be worked on from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday. Displays must be completed by 12 noon on Wednesday for judging.

DIVISION 403: 4-H Promotional Poster Open to all 4-H members. One entry per class. Points allowed: Blue 30, Red 20 Class: 01 Primary 02 Junior 03 Intermediate 04 Senior

DIVISION 404: Record Book Open to all 4-H members. One entry per class. Points allowed: Blue 30, Red 20 Class: 01 Primary 02 Junior 03 Intermediate 04 Senior

DIVISION 405: 4-H Scrap Book (Specific to 4-H. Must contain at least 5 new pages a year) Open to all 4-H members. One entry per class. Points allowed: Blue 30, Red 20 Class: 01 Primary 02 Junior 03 Intermediate 04 Senior

DIVISION 406: Primary Open to kindergarten through 2nd graders. Their work will be displayed. Primary 4-H members will be judged and receive a participation ribbon. Class: 01 Sewing item(s) 02 Cooking item(s) 03 Craft item(s) 04 Miscellaneous item(s)

DIVISION 407: Clothing and Textiles Open to 4-H members enrolled in clothing projects. No limit on how many entries but must be a different fabric and/or pattern. MAKE SURE THAT WASHING INSTRUCTIONS ARE PINNED ON THEM. Points allowed: Blue 15, Red 10, White 5 Class: 01 Draw String Bag 02 Pin Cushion 03 Potholder Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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Placemat Stuffed Toy Belt Purse/Bag Halter Top Patchwork Item Unlined Vest Lined Vest Unlined Elastic Waistband Skirt Lined Elastic Waistband Skirt Unlined Elastic Waistband Shorts Lined Elastic Waistband Shorts Unlined Elastic Waistband Pants Lined Elastic Waistband Pants Vest with Zipper Skirt with Zipper Shorts with Zipper Pants with Zipper Blouse Shirt Pajamas Nightgown Jumper 1 or 2 pc. Long Dress 1 or 2 pc. Short Dress Coordinated 2 pc. Outfit Jacket Lined or Unlined Sundress Short Formal Dress Long Formal Dress Accessory Quilt/Quilted item Miscellaneous

DIVISION 408: Baked Foods

Open to all 4-H members enrolled in a food project. No limit on how many entries but must be different recipe prepared and baked by exhibitor. NO COMMERCIAL MIXES. RECIPES ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL ENTRIES, BRING BAKED FOODS ON PAPER PLATES IN A ZIPLOC-TYPE BAG, NO PANS OR GLASS DISHES. Do not use cupcake papers with muffins. Points allowed: Blue 15, Red 10, White 5 Class: 01 Items made with whole grain 02 Cookies - 4 per plate 03 Cake - 1/3 or 4 cupcakes 04 Quick Breads - in loaf or 4 rolls, muffins 05 Yeast Breads - 1/2 loaf or 4 rolls 06 Decorated Baked Product decorated cake (may use commercial), cookie, etc. 07 Nutritious Snack - granola, fruit leather, etc. PAGE 28

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Candy Divinity - 4 per plate Candy Caramels - 4 per plate Candy Fudge - 4 per plate Candy Taffy - 4 per plate Candy Almond Roca - 4 per plate Candy Peanut Brittle - 4 per plate Candy Mints - 4 per plate Candy others - 4 per plate Any other baked products Recipe File - Each year adds ten new recipes in a variety of categories, written or cut out and tested by exhibitor. New recipes should be filed together Microwave items

Honey Award Lee & Arlene Massey Entries must be made partially or all of honey as a sweetener agent. Recipes must accompany entry.

DIVISION 409: Food Preservation

Open to all 4-H members enrolled or who have been enrolled in the appropriate Food Preservation Project. Points allowed: Blue 15, Red 10, White 5 Canned Food Rules: 1. All canned products must follow procedures and processing recommendations in current Extension bulletins Canning Fruits - PNW 199; Canning Vegetables - PNW 172; Canning Tomatoes and Tomato Products - PNW 300; Canning Salsas - PNW 395; Pickling - PNW 355; Canning Meat, Poultry & Game - PNW 361; Canning Seafood - PNW 194 and Canning Smoked Fish - PNW 450. Check with Extension for other USDA approved 451 sources. 2. Exhibitors may enter as many exhibits as you wish. Each entry must be from a different recipe. State on entry form exact type of exhibit. Food must be canned during the current year. 3. Enter only researched recipes (found in the above bulletins) for all pickles, relishes and tomato-vegetable mixtures. 4. All canned tomatoes must follow current recommendations in above bulletins. State on label if raw or hot packed and if processed in a weighted gauge or dial gauge pressure canner or in a boiling-water canner. 5. You must know your altitude to determine a safe processing time or canner pressure for canning foods. (Contact Soil Conservation Service.) Put your altitude on the label! 6. Directions for canning specify a 1/4-inch headspace for jams and jellies, 1/2-inch for fruits and tomatoes processed in boilingwater canner and 1 to 1-1/4 inches for low-acid foods processed in a pressure canner. August 7-10, 2013 • Grandview, Washington

4-H Home Economics 7. Process all jams and jellies 10 minutes in a boiling-water canner (or sterilize jars and process 5 minutes). 8. Make your own label. Put as much information as possible on the label. Include product name, date of preservation, packing method (raw packed or hot packed), processing method (if boiling water canner, dial gauge pressure canner or weighed gauge pressure canner), pounds pressure used if pressure canned, processing time, and altitude. 9. Attach label to jar. 10. Products with no label, incomplete information on label, unsealed jars or unsafe processing methods or times stated on label may be disqualified. Example - Food: Apples Pre-Treatment: None used Drying Method: Dehydrated Drying Time: 1 day Date Dried: August 2, 2013 Dried Foods and Herbs Rules: 1. Amount should be 1/2 cup, except fruit leather should be 2� X 4� piece. 2. All dried food products must have a label indicating product name, pre-treatment, drying method used (sun, oven, dehydrator) and date preserved. If no pre treatment is used, state “no pre treatment�. Any inappropriate dehydrated food will be disqualified.

3. All exhibits must be entered in plastic Ziploc type bags. 4. May enter up to 8 fruits, 8 vegetables and 8 herbs. Class: 01 Canned Fruit 02 Canned Jelly or Jam 03 Canned Sauce or Salsa 04 Canned Vegetables 05 Dried Fruits 06 Dried Herbs 07 Dried Vegetables 08 Fruit Leather 09 Miscellaneous

DIVISION 410: Creative Arts & Crafts

Open to all 4-H members enrolled in Applied Arts Series. All projects must be completed. Enter as many items as you wish. All models must be labeled. Labels must be firmly attached. Points allowed: Blue 15, Red 10, White 5 Class: 01 Models 02 Ceramics/Fimo 03 Wood/leather 04 Jewelry 05 Needlework 06 Painting/Drawing 07 Holiday

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DIVISION 411: Photography

Open to 4-H members currently enrolled in a Photography Project. PRINT MUST HAVE BEEN TAKEN DURING CURRENT 4-H YEAR, ENTRIES MUST BE MATTED OR FIRMLY ATTACHED TO A SHEET OF WHITE POSTERBOARD, NO FORM MOUNTING. Photos may be color or black & white. (Exhibitor may only enter 2 exhibits per class number) Points allowed: Blue 15, Red 10, White 5 Class: 01 People/Animal Photograph 02 Flash Photograph 03 Action Photograph 04 Print Using Existing Light 05 Close-up Photograph 06 Scrapbook (must have at least 5 pages new each year. Does not have to be specific to 4-H) 07 Photo Album (must have at least 5 pages new each year. Does not have to be specific to 4-H) 08 Photographer’s Choice

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Open Horticulture 5. Points for judging will include: A. Variety of vegetables and/or fruits grown (at least 10). B. Cleanliness and/or hardiness of growing plants. C. General attractiveness and neatness D. Economical value to grower. 6. Awards: 1st - Delbert Mears Trophy 2nd - Red rosette 3rd - White rosette

Open Horticulture Superintendent: Kelly & Willard Mears - 509.882.1898

Schedule of Events

All booth reservations due July 31 Tuesday, August 6 All booth preparation begins Haymaster Contest entries 7 a.m. - noon Entries due from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., Junior, Senior, and Open. Wednesday, August 7 All booths must be completed by 12 noon Sunday, August 11 All entries must be removed between 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Fruits, Grains & Vegetables Rules: 1. All entries must be grown by the exhibitor and be this year’s crop. 2. All exhibits must include a completed entry card and exhibit card in order to be judged. Jack Baird Memorial Trophy This trophy is given each year by the Yakima County Farm Bureau. The trophy is to be presented to the junior exhibitor (16 & under) with the most blue ribbons in Open Class Fruits and Vegetables

Organizational & Agricultural Booths Department Rules: 1. Groups should notify Willard Mears, 2941 Hornby Rd, Grandview, WA 98930 for reservations of a booth by July 29. 2. Booths will be 8 feet X 10 feet. 3. All booths may be worked on from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.to 9 p.m., Tuesday, and displays must be completed by 12 noon on Wednesday, and be ready for judging. 4. All organizations must turn in a white entry card in order to receive premium payment. 5. Displays must not be removed until 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday. 6. Any Lower Valley organization is eligible to enter as long as space is available.

DIVISION 700: Organizational & Agricultural Booths Class: 01 Senior ($60 assured each organization for entering) 02 FFA ($30 assured each organization for entering) 03 FCCIA ($30 assured each organization for entering) 04 Vocational Youth Clubs ($30 assured each organization for entering) Prize: First Prize $150 Second Prize $125 Third Prize $100 Entries will be judged on the following: Originality 20 Points Educational Value 30 Points Quality and Diversity of Products 30 points General Attractiveness 20 points

Marie Combelic Memorial Best Booth Display 1. To enter call or write Willard Mears, 882.1898 or 2941 Hornby Rd, Grandview WA 98930 by July 29. 2. Name of exhibitor, mailing address, telephone number and directions to garden should be included with entry. 3. Open to all horticulture exhibitors. 4. Growing gardens to be judged by three (3) judges at residence of exhibitor.

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Ben A. Perham Memorial Trophy Awarded to highest total point winner in open class fruit display. This is a traveling trophy awarded to the winner each year. Helpful Hints & Rules: 1. Fruit is generally judged according to size, quality, color, uniformity and trueness to variety type. 2. Fruit will be judged according to maturity at fair time, need not be completely ripened. 3. The best size to select is not the largest nor the smallest, but one which most properly represents the variety in market demand. 4. Quality should be of the highest. Fruits should be free of any bruises, blemishes, broken skin and generally should retain their stems. 5. Color should be characteristic of the variety. It may be brightened with a soft cloth, except prunes, plums and grapes should never be polished. It is best to leave the natural bloom. No oil or wax should be used to polish fruit. 6. Size and shape should be as uniform as possible, and without any irregularities. 7. Exhibits may be entered in trays or plates, both of which will be supplied by the fair. A tray is the equivalent of one tier of fruit in a standard box of packed fruit. Plates shall hold five unless otherwise indicated.

DIVISION: Apples

Outlook Grange Junior Trophy - ages 9-12

DIVISION 701: Living Garden Contest

Fruit Department

702 Plate of 5 703 Tray Exhibit Class: 01 Delicious Starking 02 Golden Delicious 03 Red Delicious 04 Top Red Delicious 05 Oregon Spur 06 Red Rome 07 Winesap 08 McIntosh 09 Other Varieties

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Open Horticulture DIVISION 704: Berries - One Hallock of Each Class: 01 Red Raspberries 02 Blackberries or Young Berries 03 Strawberries

DIVISION 705: Grapes - Full Plate Display Class: 01 Concord 02 Campbell’s Early 03 Delaware 04 Diamond 05 Monukkas 06 Niagra 07 Riesling 08 Thompson Seedless 09 Tokay 10 Other varieties

DIVISION: Peaches 706 Plate of 5 707 Tray Exhibit Class: 01 Early Elberta 02 Gold Medal 03 J.H. Hale 04 Golden Jubilee 05 Red Haven 06 Sungold 07 Other varieties

DIVISION: Pears 708 Plate of 5 709 Tray Exhibit Class: 01 Anjou 02 Bartlett 03 Bosc 04 Other varieties

DIVISION 710: Plums & Prunes - Plate of 10 Class: 01 Italian 02 President 03 Santa Rosa 04 Standard 05 Other varieties

Vegetable Department Simplot Soilbuilders’ Trophy This trophy will be awarded annually to the person with the most entries in the Open Class Vegetable Department. Helpful Hints & Rules: 1. Root crops, including sugar beets, table beets, carrots, rutabagas, radishes, parsnips and turnips, should be washed free from Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

dirt and the tops trimmed to 1 inch above the crown. 2. Cabbage should have the root cut and a few outer leaves removed. 3. Potatoes should be of average size (8 to 10 ounces) and uniform in shape and size. 4. No product should be oiled or waxed. 5. Threshed grains of all kinds should be plump and well matured, and screened from all foreign matter. 6. Uniformity in size and shape is desirable. 7. All exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor and be this year’s crop.

DIVISION 711: Vegetables Class: 01 Beans, 6 pods, Baby Limas 02 Beans, 6 pods, Blue Lake Varieties 03 Beans, 6 pods, Green or Yellow Wax 04 Beans, 6 pods, Large Limas leaf, one head 05 Beans, 6 pods, Stringless Bush 37 Melon, Hale’s Best, one 06 Beans, 6 pods, Other varieties 38 Melon, Hearts of Gold, one 07 Beans, 1/2 pint, dry and shelled 39 Melon, Honeydew, one in jar 40 Melon, other varieties, one 08 Beans, 1/2 pint, red or white in jar 41 Muskmelon, one 09 Beets, four Table Variety, with 42 Okra, 2 1 inch on top 43 Onions, 6 Green 10 Broccoli, 3 stalks 44 Onions, 4 Multiplier 11 Brussel Sprouts, best 6 45 Onions, 3 Red 12 Cabbage, one green head 46 Onions, 3 White 13 Cabbage, one red head 47 Onions, 3 Yellow 14 Cantaloupe, one 48 Parsley, one plant 15 Carrots, 3 stock (over 2” in dia.) 49 Parsnips, 4 16 Carrots, 4 table (1-2” in dia.) 50 Peanuts, plate of 10 17 Cauliflower, one head 51 Peppers, 6 Hot Cayenne 18 Celery, one bunch 52 Peppers, 6 Hot Jalapeno 19 Cucumbers, one Hungarian or Ar53 Peppers, 6 Hot Red Chile menian, 54 Peppers, 6 Hot, other varieties 20 Cucumbers, 3 Lemon 55 Peppers, 3 Sweet Bell 21 Cucumbers, 3 Slicing 56 Peppers, 3 Sweet Red 22 Cucumbers, 6 Pickling 57 Peppers, 3 Yellow Bell 23 Cucumbers, 2 ripe (yellow or 58 Peppers, Sweet, other turning) varieties, 3 24 Dill, 3 stalks 59 Potatoes, 4 Bliss Triumph 25 Egg plant, one 60 Potatoes, 4 Netted Gems 26 Endive 61 Potatoes, 4 Norgolds 27 Garlic, 6 dried 28 Gourds, best general display 29 Ground Cherries, plate of 10 30 Horseradish, ee 2 roots Hope tooosn! country drive s ly u re o 31 Kale u y is le a e Tak y our 32 Kohlrabi, d come up to tr n a White, one Mouth Watering Burgers 33 Kohlrabi, or Hand Dipped Old-Fashioned Red, one Ice Cream Cones 34 Leeks, 4 35 Lettuce, compact, one head 106 East Market Street Bickleton, WA 36 Lettuce, 509-896-2671 t Bickleton.org

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Potatoes, 4 Reds Potatoes, 4 other varieties Pumpkin, one Field Pumpkin, one pie Radishes, plate of 6 Rhubarb, 4 stalks Rutabagas, plate of 3 Salsify, 3 roots Shallots, plate of 6 Spinach, 2 plants Squash, one Banana Squash, one Butternut Squash, one Crookneck Squash, one Danish or Acorn Squash, one Golden or Red Hubbard Squash, one Marblehead Squash, one Royal Acorn Squash, one True Hubbard Squash, one White Scalloped Squash, one Yellow Summer Squash, one Zucchini Squash, other varieties Sugar Beets, 2 with tops Swiss Chard, one stalk-30" Tomatoes, 4 Yellow Ripe variety Tomatoes, 4 Red Ripe variety Tomatoes, 6 small red Salad variety Tomatoes, 6 Yellow Pear variety Turnips, 3 Vegetable Spaghetti, one Watermelon, one Klondike Green Watermelon, one Klondike Striped Watermelon, one Midget Hampshire Watermelon, other varieties, one Miscellaneous

DIVISION: Herbs 712 Potted or Plate of Fresh 713 Dried 1/4 Cup on Plate Class: 01 Basil 02 Borage 03 Burnet 04 Caraway 05 Catnip 06 Rosemary 07 Pennyroyal 08 Chives 09 Rue 10 Dill 11 Florence Fennel 12 Cress 13 Horehound 14 Lemon Balm 15 Oregano 16 Parsley 17 Hyssop 18 Feverfew 19 Roquette Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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Sage Yarrow Winter Savory Sweet Marjoram Thyme True Lavender Miscellaneous Herb

DIVISION 714: Decorative Vegetables - Potted Class: 01 Herb 02 Kale 03 Peppers 04 Cucumbers 05 Beets 06 Carrots 07 Potatoes 08 Parsley 09 Swiss Chard 10 Endive 11 Bush Beans 12 Tomato

DIVISION 715: Miscellaneous Class: 01 Artichokes, 3 Jerusalem or California 02 Miscellaneous or Unusual vegetable

Specialties Department DIVISION 716: Special Premiums

Largest Watermelon and Pumpkin prized on weight Class: 01 Largest Apple, any variety 02 Largest Cabbage, head not split 03 Largest Cantaloupe 04 Largest Carrot 05 Largest Celery bunch 06 Largest Cucumber 07 Largest Egg Plant 08 Largest Gourd 09 Largest Ear of Corn 10 Largest Grape bunch, Concord 11 Largest Grape bunch, Delaware 12 Largest Grape bunch, Early Campbell’s 13 Largest Grape bunch, Niagra 14 Largest Grape bunch, Thompson Seedless 15 Largest Grape bunch, Wine grapes 16 Largest Grape bunch, other varieties 17 Largest Green Pepper, sweet PAGE 32

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Largest Kohlrabi Largest Melon Largest Onion Largest Peach Largest Pear Largest Potato Largest Pumpkin Largest Radish Largest Rhubarb Stalk Largest Squash, Hubbard Largest Squash, Zucchini Largest Squash, other varieties Largest Sugar Beet Largest Sunflower Head Largest Table Beet Largest Green Tomato Largest Red Ripe Tomato Largest Turnip Most varieties of Grapes produced by one owner Tallest Corn Stalk Tallest Sunflower Stalk Largest Watermelon Largest Garlic Largest Stalk of Dill Largest Parsnip Miscellaneous

DIVISION 717: Special Arrangements Class: 01 Artistic Arrangement using vegetable plant material 02 Artistic Arrangement using fruit. Willard and Cathy Mears Trophy Grandview Trophy for the best individual garden entry in open class

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Grains and Forage Crops Department Rules: 1. Quality must be U.S. No. 1 Commercial Grade or better. 2. Use 1/2 pint Mason Jars. 3. Irrigated and dry land judged separately. DIVISION 718: Ear Corn Class: 01 Popcorn varieties, 4 ears 02 Squaw Corn, 4 ears 03 Yellow Sweet Corn, 4 ears

DIVISION 719: Grains and Sheaf Grains

Sheaves should be about four inches in diameter at the base and tied in three pieces. Class: 01 Barley, bearded, 6 row 02 Barley, beardless, 6 row 03 Barley, 2 row 04 Oats 05 Rye 06 Sorghum, grain, 10 heads 07 Wheat, bearded 08 Wheat, beardless

DIVISION 720: Grains Class: 01 Barley 02 Corn, Yellow Dent, Shelled 03 Oats 04 Rye 05 Wheat, Spring 06 Wheat, Winter

DIVISION 721: Sheaf Grasses & Legumes Judging will consider leafiness and quality in addition to height. Sheaves should be about four inches in diameter at the base and tied in three places. Class: 01 Bluegrass, Kentucky 02 Fescue, Red 03 Fescue, Tall 04 Millet 05 Orchard Grass 06 Sudan Grass 07 Timothy 08 Wheatgrass 09 Sweet Clover, White 10 Alfalfa 11 Clover, Ladino 12 Clover, Red 13 Clover, White Dutch 14 Vetch 15 Broomgrass

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Awards for Tested Hay 1st Place - Haymaster Trophy 2nd Place - Red Rosette 3rd Place - White Rosette All others will receive participation ribbons Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc Nancy Entrikin, 2022 WE Hemlock Portland, OR 97214 Haymaster Trophy and 1 bag of seed Awards for Visual: 1 bag of seed to 1st place in each cutting

DIVISION: Hops 723 Displayed on Plates 724 Hanging Cluster with Vine Class: 01 Cascades 02 Early varieties 03 Late varieties 04 Other varieties

Ribbons For Each Cutting 1st Place - Blue 2nd Place - Red 3rd Place - White

Alfalfa Haymaster Contest Winner will be crowned Yakima Valley Fair Haymaster of the Year. Rules: 1. Exhibitors must bring 3 bales of hay to Fairgrounds on Tuesday. Entries will be accepted from 7 a.m. to 12 noon that day. 2. The alfalfa must have been produced on the exhibitor’s farm. 3. At time of entry, the hay will be core sampled and the sample will be sent to Agri-Check, Umatilla, OR for analysis. This will be done to determine crude protein, acid detergent fiber, ash and moisture. 4. After core test has been taken, the exhibitor can choose from his 3 bales, an 18” center section from one bale, which will be displayed and further judged visually The remaining hay can then be taken home or can be donated to the fair. All donated hay will then be auctioned off at the 4-H and FFA livestock sale. All proceeds will be used for youth projects on the grounds. 5. Hay may be from any cutting grown this year. Please tell which cutting at entry time.

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General Rules: 1. All exhibits to be entered on TUESDAY ONLY from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. They must be left in place until 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday. 2. Only articles listed in the premium book and fulfilling specifications will be accepted for exhibit. 3. Open class guidelines for fruits and vegetables for exhibit may be followed. 4. Premium will be paid on one entry per class number. Primary 4-H Garden vegetables This class is open to all boys and girls in K, 1st and 2nd Grades. Division and Class number will be the same as the 4-H classes. A Rainbow Ribbon and 5 points will be awarded to each exhibit. Don & Barbara Olmstead Award Presented to the 4-H member with the most blue ribbons in horticulture. Garden Excellence Trophies These trophies will be awarded on the basis of combined scores of the Garden Judging contest, Record Book Contest and percentage of blue ribbons on fruits and vegetable exhibits.

DIVISION 750: Fruits Points allowed: Blue 10, Red 5 Class: 01 Apples - plate of 5 (any variety) 02 Berries - Hallock (any variety) 03 Blue Grapes - plate of 3 bunches (any variety) 04 Red Grapes - plate of 3 bunches (any variety) 05 White Grapes - plate of 3 bunches (any variety) 06 Peaches - Plate of 5 (any variety) 07 Pears - Plate of 5 (any variety) 08 Plums - Plate of 10 (any variety) 09 Miscellaneous

DIVISION 751: Garden Vegetables Points allowed: Blue 10, Red 5 Class: 01 Beans - 10 pods per plate, green or yellow (snap stage) 02 Beans - 10 pods per plate, green or yellow (shelling stage) 03 Beans - 1/2 pint shelled (dry) 04 Beans - 1/2 pint shelled (non-dry) 05 Beets - Baby 4 per plate (greatest diameter 1 1/2”) 06 Beets - Table, 4 per plate (1 1/2 to 3 1/2”) 07 Broccoli - 3 stalks 08 Brussels sprouts - 6 per plate 09 Cabbage - 1 head, red 10 Cabbage - 1 head, green 11 Cantaloupe - 1 12 Carrots - Baby, 6 per plate (greatest diameter 1”) 13 Carrots - Stock, 3 per plate (over 2” in diameter) 14 Carrots - Table, 3 per plate (1 to 2” in diameter) 15 Cauliflower - 1 16 Corn - Field Variety, 4 ears per plate 17 Corn - Field, 3 stalks 18 Corn - Popcorn, 4 ears per plate Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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Corn - Sweet Variety, 4 ears per plate (roasting stage) Corn - Sweet Variety, 4 ears per plate (past roasting stage) Corn - Sweet, 3 stalks Corn - Squaw, 4 ears per plate Cucumbers - Pickling, 6 per plate (2 to 5” long) Cucumbers - Slicing, 3 per plate (6” or longer) Cucumbers - Slicing, Ripe, 2 per plate (yellow or turning yellow) Dill - 3 stalks Egg Plant - 1 Endive - 3 plants per plate Garlic - 4 bulbs per plate Ground Cherries - plate of 10 Horseradish - 2 roots per plate Kale - 1 stalk Kohlrabi - 1 per plate Lettuce - 1 head per plate Muskmelon - 1 Onions - green, 6 per plate Onions - Red, 3 per plate (dry) Onions - White, 3 per plate (dry) Onions - Yellow, 3 per plate (dry) Parsley - 1 plant Parsnips - 4 per plate (1 1/2 to 3 1/2” in diameter) Peppers - Chile or Small Pungent, 6 per plate Peppers - Green, sweet , 3 per plate Peppers - Red, 3 per plate Potatoes - Long Red, 4 Potatoes - Long White (except Netted Gems), 4 Potatoes - Netted Gems, 4 Potatoes - Round Red, 4 Potatoes - Round White, 4 Pumpkin - Connecticut Field, 1 Pumpkin - Pie, 1 Pumpkin - other variety Radishes - 6 per plate (tops cut 1/2” long) Rhubarb - 4 stalks per plate Rutabagas - 3 Salsify - 3 per plate Spinach - 2 plants (cut off just below crown) Squash - 1 Banana Squash - 1 Blue Hubbard Squash - Crookneck (skin penetrable by the thumbnail) Squash - Danish or Acorn (green or yellow) Squash - 1 Golden Hubbard Squash - 1 Kitchenette Hubbard Squash - 1 Marblehead Squash - 1 Scalloped (skin penetrable by thumbnail) Squash - 1 Table Queen Squash - 1 True or Green Hubbard Squash - 1 vegetable Marrow, such as Zucchini (skin penetrable by thumbnail) Squash - other variety, 1 Sugar Beets - 3 Swiss Chard - 1 stalk Tomatoes - green variety, 4 per plate Tomatoes - red ripe variety, 4 per plate Tomatoes - small variety, green, 6 per plate Tomatoes - small variety, ripe, 6 per plate Turnips - 3 Watermelon - 1 Any miscellaneous vegetable Peggy S. Jones Memorial Trophy Presented to 4-H Member with most premium points.

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4-H Horticulture DIVISION 752: Special Premiums Points allowed: Blue 10, Red 5 Class: 01 Largest Cabbage (not cracked) 02 Largest Carrot 03 Largest Cucumber 04 Largest Muskmelon 05 Largest Onion 06 Largest Squash, Zucchini 07 Largest Squash, other variety 08 Largest Sunflower Head 09 Largest Tomato, red 10 Largest Watermelon 11 Tallest Corn Stalk 12 Tallest Sunflower Stalk 13 Miscellaneous

DIVISION 754: Potted or Plate of Fresh Herbs Vegetables grown in containers Points allowed: 1st 15, 2nd 10, 3rd Ribbon only Class: 01 Catnip 02 Chives 03 Dill 04 Oregano 05 Parsley 06 Peppermint 07 Sage 08 Spearmint 09 Sweet Marjoram 10 Thyme 11 True Lavender 12 Miscellaneous

DIVISION 753: Container Garden Vegetables grown in containers Points allowed: 1st 15, 2nd 10, 3rd Ribbon only Class: 01 Beans 02 Carrots 03 Egg Plants 04 Lettuce 05 Peppers 06 Potatoes 07 Radish 08 Spinach 09 Tomatoes 10 Miscellaneous

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DIVISION 755: Dried Herbs Enter on plates and covered with plastic wrap. Points allowed: 1st 15, 2nd 10, 3rd Ribbon only Class: 01 Catnip 02 Chives 03 Dill 04 Oregano 05 Parsley 06 Peppermint 07 Sage 08 Spearmint 09 Sweet Marjoram 10 Thyme

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DIVISION 756: Flowers in Containers Open to all 4-H or FFA members who carry flower container gardening as a current year project. Points allowed: Blue 20, Red 15 Class: 01 African Violets Dieffenbachia 02 Geraniums 03 Impatiens 04 Annual planter box 05 Perennial planter box 06 Mixed Annual & Perennial box 07 Miniature Rose 08 Hanging Baskets 09 Miscellaneous

DIVISION 757: Potted House Plants Plants must be exhibited in containers as single plants or in groups as in terrariums or cactus gardens. Points allowed: Blue 20, Red 15 Class: 01 Dieffenbachia 02 Philodendron 03 Ivy 04 Coleus 05 Fern 06 Cactus 07 Jade 08 Aloe 09 Begonia

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DIVISION 758: Garden Educational Displays

DIVISION 760: Weed Display

Points allowed: Blue 30, Red 20, White 10 Class: 01 Vegetable Garden - Display showing skills learned in 4-H Gardening project 02 Experimental Garden - Teaching display showing results of Experimental Gardening 03 Production Garden - Report using visuals about member’s Production Garden

DIVISION 759: Entomology Open to Garden and Insect Members Only A club member may exhibit items he has made during the current year and used in project work and insect specimens he has collected during the current year, such as those listed in the following classes. Points allowed: Blue 10, Red 5 Class: 01 Killing Jar 02 Collecting Box 03 Pinning Box 04 Insect Collecting Net 05 Insect Spreading Board (Points Blue 15 & Red 10) 06 Insect Collection containing 25 insects (Points Blue 25, Red 20)

Open to all 4-H and FFA members enrolled in agriculture projects. Each booklet of plants exhibited should consist of 10 pressed and mounted weed specimens. They must be pressed and mounted according to EM20075 directions. Seed displays should consist of seeds of 10 weed specimens. Each weed must be identified with common name, locality where collected, environment found in, date of collection and name of collector. Booklet of 10 weeds per class number (collected this year). Points allowed: Blue 20, Red 10, White 5 Class: 01 Common Weeds 02 Noxious Weeds 03 Poisonous Weeds 04 Weed Press (mechanical) 05 Booklet of 10 edible weeds (quote information source) 06 Booklet of 10 weed seed packets (including statement on collection, where found and processing.) 07 10 Potted live weeds (each pot labeled as per general instructions) 08 Table arrangement of dried, fresh or a combination of weeds.

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Open Floriculture

Open Floriculture Superintendent: Bob Fay - 509.830.6074 Rules: 1. Entry cards at the door. Those wishing to pre-enter may obtain cards from the Grandview Herald. 2. All entries must be placed from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 7. Judging begins at 1:00 p.m. 3. Entries may be picked up on Sunday, August 11 from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. 4. Bottles are furnished for cut flower specimens 5. Exhibitors in Artistic Design Classes provide own containers. 6. Flowers should be hardened by putting in warm water as soon as cut. Let set several hours or overnight. Late afternoon or early morning is best time to cut. Seven-Up helps to perk flowers up. 7. Specimens must be grown by exhibitor, except dried. Exhibitors are encouraged (specimens or designs) to change their flowers to keep the show looking fresh. Any deteriorated specimens will be removed and destroyed. Deteriorated designs will be removed and held for pickup at release time. 8. No plastic, paper, or artificial plant material. 9. Accessories permitted in all designs. The fair management will not be responsible for the loss of containers or accessories. 10. Competition is open to the public, all ages. 11. If any entrant has over 15 entries, the latest they can enter is 1/2 hour before deadline. 12. FLORICULTURE IS JUDGED ON THE AMERICAN SYSTEM (which means there is only one first, second and third place winner in each class). 13. YOUTH ENTRIES WILL BE JUDGED DANISH (same scale of points but on own merit). 14. This year’s theme: PIGnic In The Country Park. 15. Novice Designer - won fewer than 10 blue ribbons. Judging will be Novice against Novice. 16. People’s Choice Ribbons will be awarded for Advanced and Novice Design Division and Youth Designs. The winner will be determined by popular vote. Public may cast vote when the show opens until 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Ribbons will be awarded Friday evening.

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Adult Floriculture Department Specimen Exhibits Rules: 1. Flowers under 1/2”, 3 stems and flowers 1 1/2” and over , 1 stem. 2. Each class may have as many entries as you have different colors. You must ADD color letter to Class number. B Blue Bi Bi-color BR Bronze or brown C Cream G Gold GR Green L Lavender O Orange PK Pink P Purple R Rose RD Red S Salmon W White Y Yellow VG Variegated

DIVISION 800: Annuals Class: 01 Aster Crego, 3 stems 02 Asters Powder Puff, 3 stems 03 Asters Fluffy types, 3 stems 04 Asters other, 3 stems 05 Carnations, 3 stems 06 Cosmos, 3 stems 07 Celosia, Cockscomb, 1 stem crested 08 Celosia, Cockscomb, 1 stem feathered 09 Scabiosa, 3 stems 10 Snapdragon, Rocket type, 3 stems 11 Snapdragon, Butterfly type, 3 stems 12 Snapdragon, Dwarf, 3 stems 13 Strawflower, fresh, 3 stems, mix color okay 14 Statice, fresh, 3 stems, mix color okay 15 Verbena, 3 stems 16 Salvia, 3 stems 17 Nasturtiums with leaves, 3 stems 18 Calendula, Pot Marigold, 3 blooms 19 Cornflowers, Bachelor Buttons, 3 stems 20 Sunflower, 1 variety annual not listed, 3 stems 21 Amaranth 22 Trailing Braghan 23 African Daisy PAGE 38

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DIVISION 801: Bouquets Annuals Class: 01 Bouquet of Celosia 02 Best Bouquet - mixed Annuals one color 03 Best of Asters, mixed bouquet 04 Sunflower Arr. 1 variety 05 Colosia 06 Amaranth - Love Life Bleeding 07 Best Bouquet - mixed

DIVISION 802: Marigolds Class: 01 Large Carnation Flowered, 3 blooms 02 Large Mum Flowered, 3 blooms 03 Medium Inca, 3 stems 04 Marigolds, Mixed, best vase of large 05 Double Dwarf, 5 blooms 06 Dwarf Single, 5 blooms 07 Marigolds Mixed, best vase of dwarfs 08 Other Marigolds not listed, 3 blooms

DIVISION 803: Petunias Class: 01 Single Best Vase 02 Fringed or Ruffled Best Vase 03 Double Best Vase 04 Grandiflora Single, 1 bloom 05 Grandiflora Double, 1 bloom 06 Multifora, 1 Spray, bloom size 3-1/2”, including bedding, dwarf, cascade 07 Wave Petunia, 1 bloom 08 Other Petunia, 1 bloom

DIVISION 804: Zinnias Class: 01 Giants of California, 1 bloom 02 Dahlia Flowered, 4”-5” diameter (3”-4” deep), 1 bloom 03 Medium Dahlia flowered (includes cut and come again), 3 stems 04 Cactus type, blooms, same color 05 Dwarf Ball (Pompom, Lilliput, Cupid), 3 blooms 06 Multicolor (Mexican, Persian, Navajo), 3 blooms 07 Other Zinnias, 3 blooms 08 Best Bouquet Large Types - single color or mixed colors 09 Small Zinnia type

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Open Floriculture DIVISION 805: Perennials Class: 01 Daisies, Shasta, Alaska Type, 3 blooms 02 Daisies, Shasta, Esther Reed Type, 3 blooms 03 Daisies Gloriosa, 3 blooms 04 Other Daisies, 3 blooms 05 Achillea, yarrow, 3 stems, one color 06 Carnations, 3 blooms 07 Dianthus, Pinks 5 blooms 08 Gaillardia, 3 blooms 09 Hydrangea, 1 bloom 10 Perennial Aster, 3 stems 11 Delphinium, 1 stem 12 Phlox, 1 stalk 13 Lavender, 3 stems 14 Best Bouquet Chrysanthemums 15 Chrysanthemum, Large Pompom, 1 bloom 16 Chrysanthemum Decorative, 3 blooms 17 Chrysanthemum Spider, 1 bloom 18 Chrysanthemum Other, 3 blooms 19 Any Perennials not listed, 1 stem 20 Perennial mixed bouquet 21

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DIVISION 806: Dahlias 1 bloom and attached foliage Class: 01 Formal Decorative 8” & over, 1 bloom 02 Informal Decorative, 1 bloom 03 Cactus, 1 bloom 04 Ball, 3 blooms 05 Collaret’s, 3 blooms 06 Pompom, 3 blooms 07 Novelty, 3 blooms 08 Best Bouquet of Small Dahlia 09 Water Lily, 3 blooms 10 Best Vase of Mixed Dahlia - mix color and size 11 Best Bouquet of Same Colors large size 12 Seeding Dahlia, 3 blooms

DIVISION 807: Gladiolus 1 stalk only Class: 01 Miniature or Small (florets less than 2-1/2”) 02 Medium (2-1/2” to 5-1/2”) 03 Giant (5-1/2” & up) 04 Novelty 05 Best Mix Bouquet Glads - single color or mix color

DIVISION 808: Bulbous Flower Class: 01 Canna, 1 bloom 02 Tuberous Begonia, 1 bloom 03 Lily, 1 stem Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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Other, 1 stem Crocosmia Asiatic Lily Oriental Lilly

DIVISION 809: Roses Should be 1/2 to 2/3 open, foliage attached Class: 01 Hybrid Tea, 1 bloom 02 Vase or Bowl, 1 Color, Hybrid Tea 03 Floribunda, 1 spray or bloom according to size 04 Grandiflora, 1 bloom (may have side buds) 05 Bowl or Vase of Mix Colors - any type or roses 06 Miniature, 1 bloom 07 Miniature, 1 spray 08 Best Vase of Miniatures 09 Other Type (specify 1 bloom or spray)

DIVISION 810: Succulents Class: 01 Cactus Dish Garden 02 Single Cactus Potted 03 Hens/Chicks 04 Sedum 05 Any other succulent

Potted Plants Department DIVISION 811: Flowering Plants Indoor/Outdoor Class: 01 African Violet 02 Gerbera w/ Gagania Daisy 03 Geranium - Scented 04 Geranium - Regular 05 Lantana 06 Impatiens 07 Other Types 08 Phlox

DIVISION 812: Potted Container/Hanging Plants Indoor/Outdoor 2” to 14” container size - must be in bloom for flowering Class: 01 Succulents 02 Flowering 03 Foliage 04 Mixed Combination 05 Herbs 06 Ferns 07 Other Types

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DIVISION 813: Planter-Box or Hanging Baskets Indoor/Outdoor Class: 01 Annual Flowering Plants 02 Perennial Flowering Plants 03 Mixed Annual & Perennial Flowering Plants 04 Herbs 05 Miniature Roses 06 Any Other

Flower Designs & Bouquets Department DIVISION 815: Artistic Designs

Designer Choice of design type and plant materials to be staged within a space of 24” x 30” on a 30” high table. Class: 01 “Splendor of Summer” - Artistic Design viewed from all sides. 02 “Summer Breeze” - Creative Design

DIVISION 816: Miniature Design Class: 01 “An Awakening” - Miniature Kinetic design 5 inches. Created to move freely in staging area on a hook suspended on a 6” x 8” black frame. Designer’s choice of plant & material.

DIVISION 817: Flower Arrangement or Planter Class: 01 Design featuring show theme “PIGnic in the County Park” 02 Planter featuring show theme “PIGnic in the County Park”

DIVISION 818: Floral Bouquets Class: 01 Annuals 02 Perennials 03 Roses 04 Mixed 05 Herbs 06 One of a kind

DIVISION 819: Herbs Class: 01 Lavender, 3 stems 02 Lavender Wreath 03 Mixed Herb Bouquet 04 Mixed Herb Wreath 05 Single Herb Planter 06 Mixed Herb Planter

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Youth Floriculture

Youth Floriculture Information: 1. 12 years and under - 2 stems required 2. Youth Divisions: Youth: 7 - under Juniors: 8-12 years Advanced: 13-18 years

DIVISION 820: Flowers Class: 01 Zinnias 02 Petunias 03 Asters Geranium 04 Rose - all types 05 Marigolds - all types 06 Bouquet - one type flower 07 Bouquet - two types of flower 08 Planter or Hanging Basket 09 Any other flower not listed.

DIVISION 822: Artistic Designs

Designer Choice of design type and plant materials to be staged within a space of 24” x 30” on a 30” high table. Class: 01 “Splendor of Summer” - Artistic Design viewed from all sides. 02 “Summer Breeze” Creative Design

DIVISION 823: Flower Arrangement or Planter Class: 01 Design featuring show Theme “PIGnic in the County Park” 02 Planter featuring show theme “PIGnic in the County Park”

DIVISION 824: Creature Critters All body parts have to be made from plant material and attached with plant material including sticks and toothpicks. NO GLUE!

Class: 01 All Vegetable Critter 02 Critter made with driftwood, vegetables and/or flowers 03 Critter designed using flowers

DIVISION 825: Potted Plants/Planters - Indoor/ Outdoor Class: 01 Mixed 02 Single

Adult Awards Best of Show Karen’s Floral, 802 Wine Country Rd. Grandview, Wa. 98930 $35 gift certificate Best of Show – Arrangement Studio on Sixth, 354 Chardonnay Ave., Prosser, Wa. 99350 $20 gift certificate Best Live Planter - Floral K.D.’s Country Floral, 409 Wine Country Rd., Prosser, Wa. 99350 786-0048 $15 gift certificate

Youth Awards

Smallest Arrangement Sixth Street Art and Gift Gallery, 713 6th St., Prosser, Wa. 99350 $15 gift certificate

Best of Show – Arrangement Sister to Sister, 10 Merlot Dr., Prosser, Wa. 99350 $35 gift certificate

Best Theme Planter Sandy’s Bloom Central, 430 Wine Country Rd., Prosser, Wa. 99350 $10 gift certificate

Best Rose Yellow Rose Nursery, 600 Merlot Dr., Prosser, Wa. 99350 $20 gift certificate

Best Theme Arrangement “PIGnic in the County Park” Bleyhl Farm Service, 940 E. Wine Country Rd., Grandview, Wa. 98930 $10 gift certificate Best Design Lower Valley Yard Pets Garden Club, 904 W. Fourth St., Grandview, Wa. 98930 480-4346 $25 cash award

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Smallest Arrangement Country Mercantile, 154008 W. Johnson Rd., Grandview, Wa. 98930 $10 gift certificate Best Theme Arrangement Angela’s, Prosser Floral 1354 Chardonnay Ave., Prosser, Wa. 99350 $20 gift certificate Best Youth Arrangement Mary Robertson Memorial Trophy Sharon Fisher, 1620 Olmstead Rd., Grandview, Wa. 98930 Trophy

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Best Design – Youth Lower Valley Yard Pets Garden Club, 904 W. Fourth St., Grandview, Wa. 98930 $25 cash award Best Theme Planter Timewaster Farm, 330 Dayton Rd., Grandview, Wa. 98930 882-3258 $10 gift certificate to a Garden Store Best Live Planter Bleyhl Farm Service, 940 E. Wine Country Rd., Grandview, Wa. 98930 $10 gift certificate Creature Critter Sixth Street Art and Gift Gallery, 713 Sixth St., Prosser, Wa. 99350 786-3088 $15 gift certificate

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Livestock

Record Book Department Superintendent: Livestock Office Points allowed: Blue 40, Red 30, White 20 *Every 4-H and FFA livestock exhibitor is required to keep an accurate set of records and is required to submit a Record Book.

DIVISION 99: Record Book Class: Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H 03 Primary (not required) Rules: 1. Books will be judged and premium points awarded. 2. They must be in a binder. 3. All record books are to be turned into the Livestock Office. They will be accepted Wednesday from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 4. 4-H Record Books will be judged as followed a. Front cover neat and complete b. Calendar is to include all dates for the year, project, club, count shows and events, fairs, etc. c. Code of Ethics d. Project area for each project must be included in a separate section: -Plans, signed -Journal, pictures and summary -Can use a project add sheet for expenses, inventory, weight, record, etc.

e. A 4-H story started and supplemental information including the project member’s statement and signature, parent’s statement and signature, leader’s statement and signature. f. Project Diary/Journal, project financial record and add sheet: needs to show all project activities and work from beginning of the project until current. Needs to include: Basic care, statement – feed and water, inventory of beginning supplies and equipment, purchase of animal feed, supplies, use of pasture, weights if applicable; Vet info – shots/med., training and working with project animal, work on record book, some indication of following project plans/commitment, preparation for shows/ fairs – (entries, grooming, possible educational or special decoration for display pens), dates, how much/how many, time spent, comments (good, bad, learning, problems, funny, etc.), neatness, project meetings/training sessions, public presentation if done on project, practice of presentation, judging, fitting and showing, etc. g. Project Add Sheet: Optional h. Additional information and 4-H pictures, others can be added to highlight your 4-H year. 5. FFA record book approved by the Agriculture Education Instructor will be acceptable. -Book should include a minimum of beginning weight and cost of animals, labor records, expenses and receipts (if any), prior to show time. Include only the records concerning projects for this year’s Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo. -The judging committee does not want the members permanent and complete record book but merely the record sheets listed for your current Livestock Projects plus front and back cover.

        

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2012 Trophy Sponsors

Trophy Sponsors A special ‘Thank You’ to all our 2012 sponsors Round Robin Fitting and Showing Belt Buckle 4-H Large Animal 4-H Small Animal FFA Large Animal FFA Small Animal

Steve & Kathy Thonney Sunny Smile Orthodontics Mensonides Dairy Senator Jim Honeyford

BEEF: 4-H Grand Champion Steer Trophy Steve & Kathy Thonney 4-H Reserve Champion Steer Trophy Graham Construction 4-H Grand Champion Female Trophy Benton County Cattlemen’s Assoc. 4-H Reserve Champion Female Trophy Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Sr. Central Machinery Sales, Inc. 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Int. D Bar L Ranches 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Jr. Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. FFA Grand Champion Steer Trophy Maiden Cattle Co. FFA Reserve Champion Steer Trophy Graham Construction FFA Grand Champion Showman Trophy Central Machinery Sales, Inc. DAIRY: 4-H Grand Champion Holstein Female Trophy Bovine Drive, Inc. 4-H Reserve Champion Holstein Female Trophy J & K Dairy 4-H Jr. Champion Holstein Female Trophy Prins Dairy, LLC 4-H Jr. Reserve Champion Holstein Female Trophy Double P Dairy, LLC 4-H Champion Jersey Female Trophy Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. 4-H Jr. Champion Jersey Female Trophy Sun Valley Dairy, LLC

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4-H Champion Brown Swiss Holstein Animal Health International, Inc. 4-H Champion Red & White Holstein Cargill Animal Nutrition 4-H Champion Other Breed - Certificate Mensonides Dairy 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Sr. Orange Dairy Services 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Int. Sun Valley Dairy, LLC 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Jr. DeLaval Direct Distribution, LLC 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Novice Excel Dairy, Inc. FFA Champion Showman Trophy Cherry Hill Dairy FFA Champion Other Breed - Certificate Bovine Herd Health of Yakima Valley

SHEEP: 4-H Grand Champion Market Lamb Trophy Simon & Kathleen Martinez Memorial 4-H Reserve Champion Market Lamb Trophy 3 Bar G Trucking 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Sr. Pam Horner/Horace Mann Insurance 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Int. Animal Health International, Inc. 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Jr. Northwest Wine Country Real Estate 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Novice Central Machinery Sales, Inc. FFA Grand Champion Market Lamb Trophy Central Machinery Sales, Inc. FFA Reserve Champion Market Lamb Trophy Animal Health International, Inc. FFA Grand Champion Showman Trophy Harvest Valley Cleaners 4-H Grand Champion Breeding Stock Trophy AZ-WA Suffolk’s 4-H Supreme Ewe Trophy Anonymous 4-H Supreme Ram Trophy Anonymous 4-H Best of Pair Anonymous FFA Grand Champion Breeding Stock Central Machinery Sales, Inc. FFA Supreme Ewe Trophy M/K Lambs FFA Supreme Ram Trophy M/K Lambs FFA Best of Pair Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc.

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2012 Trophy Sponsors SWINE: 4-H Grand Champion Market Hog Trophy Mensonides Hoof Trimming 4-H Reserve Champion Market Hog Trophy Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. 4-H Grand Champion Breeding Gilt Tire Factory - Sunnyside 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Sr. Albert Lohman Jr. Memorial 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Int. Central Machinery Sales, Inc. 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Jr. Ray & Freda Smasne 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Novice Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. FFA Grand Champion Market Hog Trophy Mensonides Hoof Trimming FFA Reserve Champion Market Hog Trophy Animal Health International, Inc. FFA Grand Champion Breeding Gilt Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. FFA Grand Champion Showman Trophy Vernon Bos Memorial Award GOATS: 4-H Grand Champion Market Trophy Zillah Vet Clinic 4-H Grand Champion Dairy Breeding Trophy Greenehaven Farms 4-H Grand Champion Meat Breeding Trophy Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Sr. Tire Factory - Sunnyside 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Int. PMH Medical Center 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Jr. PMH Medical Center 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Novice Greenehaven Farms 4-H Grand Champion Goat Breeding Stock Double Arrow Farms FFA Grand Champion Market Trophy PMH Medical Center FFA Grand Champion Dairy Breeding Trophy Double Arrow Farms FFA Grand Champion Meat Breeding Trophy Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. FFA Grand Champion Showman Trophy PMH Medical Center DOGS: High Point Junior Trophy High Point Intermediate Trophy High Point Senior Trophy

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RABBITS: 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Sr. Wilbur Ellis 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Int. Bryce Humpherys 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Jr. Larry & Edna Lyons 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy-Novice Wilbur Ellis 4-H Grand Champion Meat Pen Kaden Jack Bradshaw 4-H Best of Show Rabbit Trophy Yakima Valley Rabbit Breeder’s Association FFA Grand Champion Showman Trophy Hall Chevrolet FFA Best of Show Rabbit Trophy Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. POULTRY: 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Sr. Beck’s Bunnique 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Int. Dave Martin Family Auto 4-H Grand Champion Showman Trophy - Jr. Larry & Edna Lyons 4-H Grand Champion Meat Pen Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. 4-H Best of Show Poultry Trophy Animal Health International, Inc. FFA Grand Champion Showman Trophy Beck’s Bunnique FFA Best of Show Poultry Trophy Beck’s Bunnique POCKET PETS: Best in Show Trophy Champion Showman Trophy Champion Showman Trophy - Novice Rosettes PEE WEE SHOW: PeeWee Showman Medals OPEN CLASS: Best Individual Garden Entry Best Living Garden Best Junior Booth Display Trophy Best Booth Display Trophy Jack Baird Memorial Trophy Most entries open class vegetables Best Youth Arrangement Trophy Yakima Valley Hay Master of the Year

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Livestock

Livestock YVF&R Livestock Sales Director: Ryan Maiden - 539.0260 YVF&R Livestock Director 1: Chris Van Belle - 728.8387 YVF&R Livestock Director 2: Brian Michener - 830.9841 Show Veterinarian: Fred & Tanya Muller Auctioneer: Bobby Wiersma Livestock and Poultry Rules & Regulations 1. Any exhibitor administering any drugs and/or medications to any livestock entry, without direct permission of division superintendents, will result in immediate expulsion and cancellation of any earned awards and/or premium monies. NO EXCEPTIONS 2. The owner of exhibit or exhibits release the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo from any liability from loss, damage or injury of themselves, livestock or other property while such exhibit is on the grounds of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo. When you complete your entry cards you are making this pledge. 3. All exhibitors must complete a Record Book for livestock and dairy projects. Entry and Removal 4. Entries will close June 1st. All entries must be in to the Fair Board at P.O. Box 27, Grandview, WA 98930 on or before that date or postmark of that date from point of mailing. Late entry fee, $5.00 per exhibitor. 5. Due to limited space, late entries must be approved by Livestock Superintendent. 6. Entry forms must show whether an exhibitor is FFA or 4-H. No open class exhibitors will be permitted. 7. Livestock exhibitors will be responsible for their own lodging. 8. Due to the lack of open space there may be a limit of 7 head of breeding stock. Please check with Livestock Directors. 9. NO animal or article will be allowed to compete for more than one premium nor shall be entered in more than one class, except championship classes and group breeding classes in beef, swine, sheep, goats and dairy where listed. 10. Bill of Sale on all branded cattle must accompany brand slip and must be presented when animal is unloaded. 11. All entries must be on the grounds by 8 a.m. Wednesday, no exception. Swine must be in by 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday. NO LATE ANIMALS WILL BE ACCEPTED. 12. Stall spaces will be tagged and must be permanent for each club or chapter. Please do not remove tags to another stall in the barn. Removal of tags may lead to removal of animals from fairgrounds. 13. Each exhibitor must furnish the necessary feed and water buckets for his/her animals and shall be responsible for their care. 14. Straw or sawdust bedding will be furnished. 15. Breeding stock must not be removed until 9 a.m., Sunday. Breaking this regulation may result in forfeiture of premium money. Buyer may remove market animals until 9 a.m. Breeding stock and take home market animals may not leave until 9 a.m. Sunday and must be gone by 10 a.m. Sunday unless prior arrangments are made with a Livestock Director. Tear downs for individual barns will be determined by Livestock Superintendants and Directors but may not be done until all turn buyer animals have left the building Sunday morning. 16. Animals not properly fitted and trained for showing will be rejected at the discretion of show officials. 17. No exhibitor will be allowed to enter animals of the same enterprise in both 4-H and FFA Division. 18. Market stock must be in ownership and in possession of exhibitor at least 50 days prior to the fair. Steers must be owned by April 1st. Breeding stock must be owned by exhibitor or immediate family. Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

19. Market stock sold at previous market stock sales will not be accepted for entry and violators of this rule will be barred from this show. Local 4-H leaders and FFA instructors may be asked to verify entries and contests will be judged separately with championships in each where designated. 20. For weight requirements, see Division. Steers will not be allowed to unload on grounds until state brand slips (one set for each animal) are turned over to beef superintendent, which includes Bill of Sale from previous owner to exhibitor and brand slip from exhibitor to Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo. 21. Representatives from every club or chapter must be present for cleanup of pens on Sunday at 8:00 a.m. or after turned animals are removed and pens cleaned or all premium money will be withheld. 22. Entry fees are $10.00 per animal in Beef, Sheep, Swine, Dairy, Goats and Llamas. $4.00 for Rabbits and Poultry. Pocket Pets are $4.00 each or $8.00 for cages of 2-4. MONEY DUE WITH ENTRY FORM. 23. The Herdsmanship Judge will judge for Herdsmanship at random. 24. Once an animal has been sold and turned, the animal cannot be bought out of turn pens. 25. All livestock will be weighed on the same scale. The weight is final and animals will not be re-weighed. - Swine must be weighed by 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday. - Other livestock will be weighed Wednesday starting at 9:00 a.m. NO EXCEPTIONS! Steers first, immediately followed by sheep, who will be immediately followed by goats. Sheep are to wait until all the steers are weighed and have left the scale area before they approach the scale area. 26. Refer to Division of your animal for addition information and regulations. 27. By signing entry form you are agreeing to: a. I believe that my participation in the 4-H and FFA Program should demonstrate my own ability, knowledge, and skill in feeding and preparing my livestock project for show. I will do my own work and accept only advice and support from others. b. I will not use abusive or questionable techniques in the feeding, fitting and showing of my animals. I will not use fraudulent, illegal or deceptive practices when fitting them for show. I also will not allow my parent, my supervisor, or any other person to employ such practice to my animal. c. I will read and understand the rules of the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo in which I am a participant. I will not allow my parents and the supervisor of my project animal to break the rules or make exception on my behalf. I wish to be an example of how to accept what life has to offer – good and bad – and how to live with the outcome of exhibiting my livestock project. d. I accept responsibility for: -The proper care and treatment of my animals. -The production of wholesome food. -The development of sound ethical behavior in myself and others. 29. Each 4-H exhibitor must fit and show one representative animal of each species that they have entered in the fair 29.-30. Reserve numbers. All animals for take home must be gone by 8 a.m. on Sunday. General 31. The Danish system of judging or group method of awards will be used throughout all Divisions. 32. In the Livestock Division, Champions, Grand Champions and Reserve Grand Champions will be selected where designated from among the blue ribbon entries. 33. Entries for Market Classes will be open to any boy or girl meeting 4-H club or FFA requirements and living in Yakima County, those parts of Benton County down to and including the Kiona-Benton City School District, and eastern Klickitat County. 34. Steers must be dehorned or natural polled to be eligible for show and sale.

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Livestock 35. Exhibitors must show his/her own animal during contest and during sale. 36. No exhibit shall be awarded to a premium championship ribbon unless of exceptional quality regardless of competition. 37. Profanity will not be allowed in livestock area. 38. All weights on the scale are final and subject to pencil shrink of the three percent on beef and lambs. Animals will be weighed once. 39. Parent, 4-H leaders, FFA advisors and other non-exhibitors are not to help exhibitors prepare or ready animals for contest, nor clean pens. 40. Any animals on the fairgrounds may be used in 4-H and FFA judging contest. 41. All 4-H and FFA members will be required to participate in Fitting and Showing in at least one division for each species shown. Acceptable attire must be worn into the ring while showing your animals; clean shirt, pants and FFA jacks for FFA members. Livestock exhibitors must participate in order to receive premium money earned during the fair. 42. No animal deemed unworthy shall be awarded a premium. 43. Premium checks will be mailed to those meeting herdsmanship requirements. 44. All checks issued against the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo must be cashed in 90 days. 45. Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo Board reserves the right to review any, and all unforeseen disputes not covered by these rules and regulations. Their decision shall be final and upheld. 46. FFA exhibitors to show before 4-H in odd years, and 4-H to show first in even years. This rule applicable in all divisions. 47. Entry Sheet - Complete as directed. 48. Animals must meet breed standards to be considered for a class. Exhibitor must show proof of bloodline upon request. 49. SCALE WEIGHT IS FINAL. NO Reweighing. 50.-57. Reserved Numbers.

Health 58. The YVF&R shall have officers on the grounds and will use every reasonable precaution in its power for the preservation and protection of persons, articles on exhibition, livestock and property but will not be responsible for loss or damage by theft, fire or otherwise. 59. All cattle shall have neck chains or extra tie ropes at all times. 60. The YVF&R shall have an officer in the Livestock Building each night. Failure of an exhibitor to comply with the rules of conduct shall result in forfeit of all premium money and/or removal of exhibitor and their stock from the show grounds. 61. Animals that cannot be controlled and shown without the use of tranquilizers or excessive force shall not be allowed on the grounds or may be removed. 62. Washington livestock requires no vaccination or test for entry. Dairy must have bangs vaccination to be entered. 63. Fair Veterinarians and Superintendents will inspect all classes of livestock and poultry (including pet animals, fur bearing animals, pigeons, ducks, geese and turkeys) before they are exhibited, to determine that the livestock and poultry are free from infectious or contagious disease and ectoparasites. 64. Fair Veterinarians and Superintendents must reject an animal with infectious or contagious disease or ectoparasites. (Exhibitors shall be aware that ringworm, warts, pinkeye, strangles, contagious thyma, scabies, lice, mites, ticks and fleas fall into these categories). 65. Individual health certificates are not required for entry. 66. No animal from any quarantined premise will be permitted to enter fair. 67.A sitting committee will be present on the grounds to screen desirable exhibits. In case of question of ownership, this committee will have the right to demand satisfactory evidence of ownership. An owner of a rejected exhibit must remove said exhibit from the grounds within a reasonable time set by the sitting committee.

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Livestock Livestock Judging

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Thursday at 12:00 p.m. FFA Superintendent: Denine Trump Plaques will be provided for FFA Livestock and Dairy High Individuals and 4-H Livestock and Dairy High Individuals for Junior, Intermediate and Senior contestants. Rules: Eight classes of Livestock: 2 Sheep, 2 Market Wethers, 2 Swine and 2 Beef. 1. Each contestant shall place according to his judgment, classes of hogs, sheep and beef, cattle and meat goats, four animals will constitute a class. 2. While the contest is in progress, there shall be no conferring between contestants and anyone else. Any violation of this rule shall be sufficient to bar them from the contestant. 3. Each participant shall report to the grandstand at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday of the Fair. The Superintendent will give the instructions to be followed in the contest. 4. Any animal on the fair grounds may be used for the Livestock Judging Contest. Scoring will be on FFA and 4-H standards. 4-H will have three divisions: - Junior (Grades 3, 4 and 5) - Intermediate (Grades 6, 7 and 8) - Senior (Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12, not past their 19th birthday as of January 1, following school graduation). 5. There will be individual awards in three divisions.

Dairy Judging Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Superintendent: Patsy Prins Rules: Six Classes of Dairy: 2 Holstein, 2 Jersey, 2 Guernsey or other breeds according to entries. 1. Rules for Livestock Judging Contest are applicable. 2. FFA 4/5 Judging.

Holder’s Thursday at 12:00 p.m. Superintendants of Beef, Swine, Sheep & Dairy Divisions Rules: 1. Sign up at Livestock Office before 10:00 a.m. on Thursday 2. Holders to be judged on 1-2-3 System according to showmanship rules. 3. Monies to be awarded: $4.00, $3.00, $2.00, $1.00 4. Beef & Dairy holders must be 9th grade or above, adults welcome.

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Thursday at 10:00 a.m. Marsha Graf $30 John & Esther Graf Memorial Rules: 1. Sign up at Livestock Office before 10:00 a.m. Thursday 2. Maximum 2 contestants per Chapter 3. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place banners awarded.

Herdsmanship FFA and 4-H Club Monies Allowed Blue $15, Red $10, White $5 Rules: 1. Representatives from each club or chapter must be present for work night Monday night in order to set up pens, etc. If unable to attend, please call Superintendent of the Departments they have animals entering. It is also a must to be present for dismantling and cleanup of pens from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Sunday, or all premium monies will be withheld. 2. Herdsmanship contest is throughout the Fair. Banners to 1st place in FFA Competition will be on a club or chapter basis. The purpose of the contest is to encourage exhibitors to care for livestock, pens and equipment properly and to display their exhibits in a showmanship manner, keeping stalls and animals clean and attractive at all times. 3. A judging committee will examine pens and livestock during the fair. The first inspection will be on Wednesday, after 6:00 p.m., the last inspection will be on Saturday evening before 10:00 p.m. 4. Clubs and Chapters will be judged on the following score card and the scores posted after each inspection. All maintaining 75% or above in club Herdsmanship will receive premium monies. Tack and equipment shall be left in place until 10:00 p.m. Saturday. 4-H will be award monies depending on small or large club size. Blue ribbons to those averaging 80-89 points and above; Red ribbons to those averaging 80-89 points, and White ribbons to those with average of 75-79 points. 5. Clubs and chapters or parents must furnish all necessary equipment for Herdsmanship. Items you will need or should have on hand: brooms, dustpan, small scoop shovel, a pair of wire pliers, wheel barrow and anything that will help to clean pen or pens of animals that are being shown. Superintendents are not responsible for furnishing these items!! 6. Club and Chapter leaders must verify the clubs and/or chapter information in the Livestock Office for premiums to be paid. Score Cards 1. General appearance of the exhibit and attendant 15 allowed 2. Educational Quality of the exhibit 30 allowed a. Signs and stall nameplates or cards used. 10

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Livestock b. Does the exhibit have educational value c. Exhibitor’s knowledge about exhibit and animals, courteous and able to answer questions 3. Care of the exhibit a. Animals clean, with evidence of regular care b. Bedding shows evidence of regular maintenance c. Feed bucket, hay nets, or stall guards being used in a safe manner d. Feed and equipment stored neatly when not in use, out of sight if possible and kept clean e. Aisles kept neat and clean TOTAL POINTS

10 10 55 allowed 10 15 10 10 10 100

Leaders and advisors may look at score sheet in Livestock Office daily. 1. Decorations may be used at each club’s discretion, but in no way should they create a fire hazard or block view of animals. 2. Parents’ and leaders’ help will be permitted until Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. From then on members are to do the work. 3. Points will be deducted from each inspection if parents are helping. 4. Feed buckets are to be removed when animals are not being fed. Superintendent has discretion to have feed buckets removed if considered a mess. Water is to be available to animals at all time. 5. Exhibitors shall not block the spectators view of the exhibit. 6. Stalls must show steady attention. 7. All stall cards and club banners, etc. must be in evidence at all times and displayed in a proper manner. 8. All tack boxes must be closed except when owners are getting supplies out of them or putting things away (exceptions to be made during exhibitors show time.) 9. All manure must be removed at all times. A covered manure pit or spreader will be designated. 10. Equipment must be stored neatly. 12. Equipment such as sheep blocking stands must be stored inconspicuously when not in use. All evidence of grooming, such as wool-clippings must be removed. 13. The Herdsmanship Superintendent shall review the livestock and poultry area from time to time during the Fair and shall be empowered to point out to the exhibitors violation of the Herdsmanship Contest. If such conditions are not corrected, the offending member of such 4-H club or FFA chapter will be determined by the Herdsmanship Superintendent and the Club and/or Chapter leaders and the Fair Directors will be empowered to withhold premium monies from that person. If violations continue during the span of the fair the member and/or student may not exhibit the following year.

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Sales Committee: Ryan Maiden and Division Superintendents of Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goat, Rabbits and Poultry. Rules: 1. Each exhibitor will be allowed to sell two market animals providing they were entered in a market class. All rabbit and poultry meat pens will sell starting with the high point animals first. 2. Once an animal has been sold and turned, the animal cannot be bought out of turn pen. 3. No animal deemed unworthy by Judges or Superintendent will be sold at the market stock sale. 4. All steers, lambs, swine and goats will be weighed on one scale. Check-in weight is final. Animals will not be permitted to re-weigh. Scale is digital and certified by WSDA. All animals below or above weight must leave the fairgrounds. 5. ALL take-home animals must be paid for by 5:00 p.m. Saturday (Sale Day) or it will be moved to the turn pen. 6. All transactions through the Livestock Office, including sale of animals and add-on’s, will be charged a 3% commission. 7. Checks must be cashed before 90 days or they will be considered a donation and a receipt will be issued.

Dairy Heifer Replacement Sale Rules: 1. All transactions through the Livestock Office, including sale of animals and add-on’s, will be charged a 3% commission. 2. Animals of all age classes are eligible to be sold through the sale. There will be no “no sales� animal. If the owner bids the animal back, the owner is subject to the commission fees. 3.All sales are final. Removal of the animal from the fairgrounds will be at standard release time and after animal has been properly paid for. 4. The program will be open to 4-H and FFA members who are eligible to participate at the YVF&R. 5. The members must be in possession of the animal a minimum of 90 days prior to the fair. 6. Heifers for this sale must have sufficient growth and development with relation to age. 7. Sale is open to grade or registered animals for this sale. 8. Animal should be sired by a registered or purebred bull (Identified). 9. If available, production records of the heifer’s dame should accompany animal. 10. All animals are required to carry a state brucellosis vaccination tattoo and ear tag. 11. All animals will be checked by veterinarian for obvious health problems. There are no implied guarantees. 12. All heifers will be health checked by a veterinarian prior to the sale. It will be at the discretion of the veterinarian if the animal meets health standards and will be eligible to sell. The veterinarians decisions will be final in reports to health.

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Livestock 13. All animals will be shown in regular dairy classes. The judge of the dairy show will choose a Champion and Reserve Champion Heifer from the sale identified animals. This will be a separate award. 14. Members are encouraged to insure their animals. 15. Exhibitor must have proof of ownership, bill of sale, canceled check or brand inspection papers with their dairy heifer at the fair in order to participate in the sale. It must be turned in with the Record Book.

Beef Department FFA Superintendent: Ryan Maiden - 539.0260 4-H Superintendent: Steve Thonney - 786.2589 Points Allowed: Blue 80, Red 50, White 30

Dairy Department Superintendent: Patsy Prins - 837.7959 Points allowed: Blue 80, Red 50, White 30 Rules: 1. NO HORNS PERMITTED 2. Registered or grade animals 3. Will be shown by breed of sire. 4. Birth date of animals must be on stall cards.

DIVISION 103: Fitting & Showing

Rules: 1. Market steers will be weighed at 9 a.m. on Wednesday - no exception. 2. All market steers must have lead rope and halter. 3. Must have 1,100 pound minimum scale weight. SCALE WEIGHT IS FINAL, re-weighing is not permitted. Steers that do not make weight requirements may stay for fitting and showing premiums. Steers will not be sold at the livestock sale. “For Sale” signs may not be displayed.

Class 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior

DIVISION 104: Sale Heifer Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H

DIVISION 100: Fitting & Showing Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior

DIVISION 101: Market Steer Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H

DIVISIONS: Breeds 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112

DIVISION 102: Breeds Class: 01 Jr. Heifer Calf - born after 1/1/13, at least 4 months old. 02 Sr. Heifer Calf - born between 7/1/12 & 12/31/12 03 Jr. Yearling Heifer - born between 1/1/12 to 6/30/12 04 Sr. Yearling Heifer - born between 7/1/11 to 12/31/11 05 Cow - at least 2 & under 3 06 Bull Calf - calved after 1/1/13 07 Get of Sire - 3 animals from above classes. 08 Produce of Dam - 2 animals, either sex, dam must be named. 09 Cow & Calf - any breed

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Swine Department Sheep Department 4-H Superintendent: Nate Ziegler - 840.3400 FFA Superintendent: Ryan Kannely - 839.4999 Points allowed: Blue 60, Red 40, White 20 Rules: 1. Market sheep may be slick shorn for the show and all market lambs must have scrapies tags. 2. Market sheep will be weighed Wednesday following steers at 10:00 a.m. Do not bring the sheep to the scale until all the steers are done and have left the area. They MUST weigh 110-150 lbs. 3. SCALE WEIGHT IS FINAL, no reweighing. Market lambs that do not make weight requirements will not be allowed to stay. Exception: ewes may enter Division 115, Class 4 to be eligible for premiums, but will not be sold at livestock sale. “For Sale� signs may not be displayed. 4. Lambs to be judged as market lambs regardless of breed. 5. Each sheep exhibitor to be limited to 2 market lambs and 7 breeding stock. 6. Champion awards will be given only if animal is deemed worthy. 7. Entries up to 2 market lambs allowed, only 1 entry in all other classes except breeding classes. 8. All sheep exhibitors are required to be at clean up on Sunday morning. 9. No spandex blankets will be allowed. 10. No callipyge (heavy muscle) lambs will be accepted this year. 11. Breed classes may be combined if less than 6 animals. (To be determined by superintendent).

FFA Superintendent: Denine Trump - 430.8299 4-H Superintendent: Mitch Ziegler - 830.0265 Points allowed: Blue 60, Red 40, White 20 Rules: 1. No shaved hogs will be allowed in the market classes. Hair length must be at least 1/2� long. 2. All animals shown by weight. 3. Hogs will be weighed and inspected as they are unloaded on Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Weight 240-290 lbs. SCALE WEIGHT IS FINAL, no reweighing. Market hogs that do not make weight requirements will not be allowed to stay. Exception: gilt may enter Division 123, Class 02 to be eligible for premiums, but will not be sold at livestock sale. “For Sale� signs may not be displayed. 4. Champion awards will be given only if animal is deemed worthy of championship designation by the judge. 5. Pictures will be taken Wednesday at 6:30. Animals clean and exhibitors in show attire or club shirts. 6. Market animals must be 7 months of age or younger. 7. Only one entry in any class except market; which can be up to two.

DIVISION 121: Fitting & Showing Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior

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DIVISION 114: Market Lamb Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H

DIVISION 123: Breeding Class: 01 Senior Spring Gilt - born before Jan. 31 02 Junior Spring Gilt - born after Jan. 31

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Goat Department Superintendent: Dan Greene - 781.0844 Karla Greene - 781.0495 Points allowed: Blue 60, Red 40, White 20 Rules: 1. Exhibitors will be limited to 6 goats each, plus 2 market goats. 2. Only one entry in any one class except market goats. Limit 2. 3. No horns allowed. 4. No bucks allowed. 5. Primary exhibitors may exhibit goats for participation in “Fit & Show” only, provided that the goat does not exceed 70 lbs. 6. Market goat entries may be of either sex, males must be castrated. 7. Market goats must be born on/after November 1st of the previous year and weigh at least 65 pounds at fair time. Target weight is 90-100 lbs. for market goats. SCALE WEIGHT IS FINAL, no reweighing. Market goats that do not make weight requirements may enter one of the classes under breed division. They will not be sold at the Livestock Sale and “For Sale” signs may not be displayed. 8. NO washing goats at the fair. 9. Dairy goat showman are preferred to wear either all white clothing or black pants with a white shirt in the show ring.

DIVISION 125: Market Goat Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H

DIVISIONS: Breeds 126 127 128

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Rabbit Department Superintendent: Becky Lloyd - 303.0414 Assistant Superintendent: Elizabeth Osborn Points allowed: Individual: Blue 20, Red 15, White 10 Pen: Blue 30, Red, 20, White 15 Rules: 1. ARBA rules will be used as a guide. 2. Limit 2 rabbits per breed, per sex, per class in breeding stock. 3. All rabbits must have a permanent ear tattoo prior to show. 4. Please specify breed, sex, class, variety and ear tattoo on entry form. 5. Judging to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday. 6. Exhibitors are responsible for getting their own animals to the show table. 7. Meat pens must be same breed, same variety, not over 5 pounds, and under 10 weeks. Limit 2 pens of market rabbits. Note: Please see rule number 10. 8. All stewers entered in this show must be 6 months of age and minimum weight 8 lbs. 9. All roasters entered in this class must be under 6 months and minimum weight over 5 lbs. and maximum weight 8 lbs. 10. All single fryers entered in this class must be under 10 weeks of age, minimum weight 3 lbs. and maximum weight 5 lbs. 11. Superintendent has the right to limit the total number of entries per exhibitor if necessary or to reject any entry on the basis of signs of disease. 12. Do not carry rabbits by ears. 13. Showmanship entries are recommended to wear long sleeve shirts, pants and shoes. 14. Primaries must be completed on separate entry form and permitted only if space allows. (Form provided towards the back of this book.) Primary members may only enter rabbits in Fitting & Showing. Primary rabbit classification will be for learning and primary ribbon only.

DIVISION 200: Fitting & Showing Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior 06 Primary

DIVISIONS: Market 201 202 203 204

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Netherland Dwarf Mini Rex 22, Rex 23, Satin Rex Satin Mix Breeds Other (write breed on entry) Class: 01 Sr. Doe - over 8 months if large breed, over 6 months if small breeds 02 Sr. Buck - over 8 months if large breed, over 6 months if small breeds 03 Inter. Doe - 6 to 8 months by breed (large breeds only) 04 Inter. Buck - 6 to 8 months by breed (large breeds only) 05 Junior Doe - 3 to 6 months 06 Junior Buck - 3 to 6 months 07 Pre Jr. Doe - under 3 months 08 Pre Jr. Buck - under 3 months

Points allowed: Blue 25, Red 15, White 10 Rules: 1. Size of poster: 22 x 28 2. Will be judged on: neatness, legibility, creativeness and informational content. 3. Posters need to be work of individual exhibitor. 4. Only one poster entry per name. 5. Put name, address and club name on back of poster. 6. This is an individual entry not a club entry. 7. Posters to be put up in Rabbit Barn by 8:00 am. on Wednesday. 8. Specify on entry form and on left front corner of poster 4-H Novice, 4-H Junior, 4-H Intermediate, 4-H Senior or FFA. 9. Award - cash and bag of feed.

DIVISION 221: Educational Poster Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior

Rabbit Judging Rules: 1. You will be judging: breeds, meat, fur and variety. 2. While the contest is in progress, there shall be no conferring between contestants and anyone else. Any violation of this rule shall be sufficient to bar the offender from the contest. 3. Each participant shall report to the rabbit barn Thursday. Superintendent will give the instructions to be followed in the contest. 4. Rabbit bowl questions.

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Superintendent: Becky Lloyd - 303.0414 Points allowed: Individual: Blue 25, Red 15, White 10 Trio & Pens: Blue 30, Red, 20, White 15 Rules: 1. Entries must be brought in between 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. 2. The superintendent and any assistants reserve the right to act as a sifting committee and reject any entries on the basis of signs of diseases and limit total number of entries if necessary. 3. Two entries per class per breed. 4. Posters to be up, chickens and rabbits in barn by 8:00 a.m. Wednesday. 5. Specify on entry form 4-H Novice, 4-H Junior, 4-H Intermediate, 4-H Senior or FFA 6. Primaries must be completed on separate entry form and permitted only if space allows. (Form provided towards the back of this book.) Primary members may only enter rabbits in Fitting & Showing. Primary rabbit classification will be for learning and primary ribbon only. 6. Exhibitor is allowed 2 market pens of fryers. 7. Showmanship to be announced. Judging immediately following.

DIVISION 222: Fitting & Showing

Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior 06 Primary

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Single Fryer - 3 1/2 to 6 lbs. Single Feeder Chicken - under 3 1/2 lbs. Pen of 3 Fryers - 3 1/2 to 6 lbs. Pen of 3 Feeder Chickens - under 3 1/2 lbs. Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H

DIVISIONS: Chickens 227 228 229

Standard Chickens Bantam Chickens Fancy Chickens Class: 01 Cock - 1 year or older 02 Hen - 1 year or older 03 Cockerel - up to 1 year 04 Pullet - up to 1 year 05 Old Trio - 1 cock, 2 hens 06 Young Trio - 1 cock, 2 hens 07 Pen of 3 laying hens 08 Pen of 3 Pullets

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Class: 01 Young Duck - 5 months to 1 year 02 Old Duck - over 1 years old 03 Young Drake - 5 months to 1 year 04 Old Drake - over 1 years old

Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior

DIVISION 232: Geese Class: 01 Young Goose - 5 months to 1 year 02 Old Goose - over 1 years old 03 Young Gander - 5 months to 1 year 04 Old Gander - over 1 years old

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DIVISION 237: Fitting & Showing

Class: 01 Old Cock - 1 year or older 02 Old Hen - 1 year or older 03 Young Cock - 3 months to 1 year 04 Young Hen - 3 months to 1 year 05 Mated Pair

Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (9-12 and have never shown at the fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior 06 Primary

DIVISION 234: Other Poultry Class: 01 Old Cock - 1 year or older 02 Old Hen - 1 year or older 03 Young Cock - 3 months to 1 year 04 Young Hen - 3 months to 1 year 05 Mated Pair

DIVISION 238: Trail Class DIVISION 239: Showing Class DIVISION 240: Costume Class

Poultry Judging Rules: 1. You will be judging: breeds, meat and condition. 2. While the contest is in progress, there shall be no conferring between contestants and anyone else. Any violation of this rule shall be sufficient to bar the offender from the contest. 3. Each participant shall report to the poultry barn Thursday. Superintendent will give the instructions to be followed in the contest. 4. Oral Reasons class. 5. Award - cash and bag of feed.

DIVISION 235: Judging Class: 01 FFA 02 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 03 4-H Junior 04 4-H Intermediate 05 4-H Senior

Poultry Educational Poster Points allowed: Blue 25, Red 15, White 10 Rules: 1. Size of poster: 22 x 28 2. Will be judged on: neatness, legibility, creativeness and informational content. 3. Posters need to be work of individual exhibitors. 4. Only one poster entry per name. 5. Put name, address and club name on back of poster. 6. This is an individual entry not a club entry. 7. Posters to be put up in Rabbit Barn by 8:00 am. on Wednesday. 8. Specify on entry form 4-H Novice, 4-H Junior, 4-H Intermediate, 4-H Senior or FFA and on left front corner of poster.

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Superintendent: SEE YVFR Website Saturday, August 3 at 8:00 a.m. Points allowed: Blue 60, Red 40, White 20 Entries due by July 28, 2013. Mail entries to: SEE YVFR Website Rules: 1. Open to 4-H members currently enrolled in the dog 4-H program. 2. Entry fee is $4.00. A second obedience dog is an extra $3.00 3. Telephone entries will NOT be taken. No entries taken the day of the show. 4. Exhibitors are required to enter their record books and to enter and compete in fitting & showing and obedience. If the dogs are the only entries, the Record Books may be turned into the County Extension Office by Friday, Aug. 6. 5. All dogs entered must be current on all vaccinations as stated in the Yakima County dog 4-H program guidelines. Proof must be included with entry! 6. Dogs entered may be of any age proving they have all the required vaccinations, including rabies. 7. This show is a Yakima County qualifying show for State Fair in Puyallup. 8. The entire dog show, and all its classes will be operated in accordance with the State of Washington 4-H and Yakima County 4-H Rules and guidelines. Score sheets used in classes will be the WA State 4-H Dog Program score sheets. 9. Primary members entering this show may exhibit and receive participation ribbons. 12. Entries may be accepted from outside Yakima County. Exhibitors from any county must agree to follow all rules for this event. 13. Dogs deemed dangerous to other dogs, participants, judges or spectators will be asked to leave the show grounds by the superintendent. ANYONE NOT COMPLYING WITH THE RULES WILL FORFEIT ALL AWARDS AND BE ASKED TO LEAVE.

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Class: 01 Pre Novice Junior 02 Pre Novice Intermediate 03 Pre Novice Senior 04 Novice Junior 05 Novice Intermediate 06 Novice Senior 07 Grad Novice 08 Open 09 Pre Novice Junior (second dog) 10 Pre Novice Intermediate (second dog) 11 Pre Novice Senior (second dog) 12 Novice Junior (second dog) 13 Novice Intermediate (second dog) 14 Novice Senior (second dog) 15 Grad Novice (second dog) 16 Open (second dog)

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Cat Department

Class: 01 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 02 4-H Junior 03 4-H Intermediate 04 4-H Senior 05 Primary

Superintendent: Becky Lloyd - 303.0414 Wednesday, a time to be announced Points allowed: Fitting & Showing - Blue 60, Red 40, White 20 Classification - Blue 40, Red 30, White 15 Rules: 1. Open to 4-H members enrolled in Cat Project. 2. Entry Fee $4.00 for first cat, $3.00 for additional cats. 3. Exhibitors are required to enter their record books and to enter and compete in fitting & showing and classification to earn premium money. If the cats are the only entries, the record books may be turned into the County Extension Office by Friday, Aug. 9. 4. Primary 4-H members (K-2) may enter exhibit and will not be judged. Rainbow ribbon will be awarded. 5. List breed, description (short or longhaired), age, sex and the cats name on the entry form. Also if the cat has been altered. 6. Kittens must be at least 4 months old - no older than 8 months. 7. All cats must be free of parasites and have current vaccinations. Shot records will be checked. Superintendent reserves the right to refuse entry to any cat deemed unhealthy in her opinion. 8. All cats claws must be clipped. 9. Cages should be decorated, but cat must be in full view at all times. 10. Cage is 21” x 21” x 45”. (standard cat cage) 11. Exhibitor must furnish food and water dishes and litter tray. Exhibitor is responsible for the cat’s care during the show. 12. No pregnant or nursing cats. 13. Enter fairgrounds at North Gate on Wallace.

DIVISION 244: Classification Class: 01 Cat - HHP Longhaired 02 Cat - Shorthaired 03 Cat - Purebred (long & shorthaired) 04 Kitten 05 Cat - HHP Longhaired (second cat) 06 Cat - HHP Shorthaired (second cat) 07 Cat - Purebred (long & shorthaired) (second cat) 08 Kitten (second cat)

DIVISION 245: Best in Show

1. Best decorated cage - all judged individually - one overall winner. 2. Best costume/dressed cat or kitten - judge in age classes. Judging based on safety of animal, costume, originality, and evidence of participant designing and making of costume. 3. Best educational - judged in age classes.

DIVISION 246: Educational Poster

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plastics). Animals kept in a group need a separate show container for judging. 5. All cavies to be judged according to ARBA rules. 6. Cavies color and breed must be on the entry card. 7. Rats will be judged using the Pacific Northwest Rat Fancier’s Club Rules.

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Superintendent: Becky Lloyd - 303.0414 Tuesday: Check-in & Set up. Wednesday through Saturday: Entries enter Small Animal Barn by 8:00 a.m. Must be in building Wednesday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

DIVISION 247: Cavies Fitting & Showing

Rules: 1. The exhibitor is totally responsible for their pet. For the safety of the pet and those attending this event, someone must be with the pet at all times. 2. Entries done by cage/container. Up to 4 animals per cage/container and counts as one entry. First entry is $4.00. Each consecutive entry is $3.00 (i.e.: 2nd tank of rats, cavies, etc.). 3. Males and females must be caged separately, except for fish. 4. Exhibitor must supply their own cage, food and water. 5. Pet must be taken home at night for your pet’s safety after 5 p.m. 6. Cage Decorations (all classes) 7. Costume Class (all classes) 8. Posters are required for education. 9. Up to date Record Book is due upon entry.

Class: 01 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 02 4-H Junior 03 4-H Intermediate 04 4-H Senior 05 Primary

DIVISIONS: Cavies Breeds 248 249 250 251 252 253 254

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1. Follow 4-H Fitting and Showing of rabbits and cavies guidelines (PNW0573) and Type/Classification. 2. Rats and cavies are in a division and class below. 3. All others follow as closely as possible 4. Show cage or tank (must be able to see the pet clearly - no colored

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DIVISION 255: Rat Fitting & Showing Class: 01 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 02 4-H Junior 03 4-H Intermediate 04 4-H Senior 05 Primary

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DIVISION 262: Other Mammals Fitting & Showing Class: 01 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.)

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Livestock - If you can hold your pet, show the different body parts. - Show cage or tank (must be able to see the pet clearly - no colored plastics) 4. Animals kept in a group need a separate show container for judging.

DIVISION 275: Small Bird Breeds (Conjure, Lovebirds & Smaller) Class: 01 Young Male - 4 to 12 months 02 Young Female - 4 to 12 months 03 Mature Male - over 12 months 04 Mature Female - over 12 months

DIVISION 268: Fitting & Showing Class: 01 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 02 4-H Junior 03 4-H Intermediate 04 4-H Senior 05 Primary

DIVISIONS: Breeds 269 270 271 272

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DIVISION 276: Fitting & Showing Class: 01 4-H Novice (12 & Under, have never shown any livestock at any fair.) 02 4-H Junior 03 4-H Intermediate 04 4-H Senior 05 Primary

Reptile Amphibian Fish Other Class: 01 Male (Single) 02 Female (Single) 03 Male (Cage 2-4) 04 Femaile (Cage 2-4)

DIVISION 277: Breeds (Any critter of the insect and arachnid world)

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Horse Department Superintendent: Kimberly Lansing - 509.539.0247 Secretary: Joy Fay - 509.882.3258 August 2, 2013: Office opens 8:00 a.m. Open Horse Show starts at 10:00 a.m. August 3, 2013: Office opens 6:30 a.m. 4-H and Open Horse Show starts at 7:30 a.m. with Dressage Classes August 4, 2013: Office opens at 8 a.m. Gaming Show starts at 9 a.m.

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4-H & Open Horse Show -Show approvals to date WSH, Zone 1, PAC, AHA -Entries are due by July 28, 2013. -Post entries accepted up to day of show with additional $10.00 fee. 4-H Rules: 1. Yakima County Equine Guidelines and Washington State 4-H Performance Horse Show Rules will be followed or decided by show management. These are available on-line. Your County Extension office and 4-H horse club leader will have copies or availability of these rules. 2. All 4-H riders must wear ASTM-SEI approved riding helmets and 4-H approved riding boots. It is recommended for open riders but not required. 3. If you would like to use this show for a state qualifier, horse or horses must have been under the care and management of the 4-H member for 90 days prior to show date, and registered as a project animal! NO EXCEPTIONS! YOU MUST ATTACH A COPY OF YOUR 4-H HORSE CERTIFICATE TO YOUR ENTRY FORM! Horse Certificates may be obtained at your County Extension Office or ordered from the internet at http://cru84.cahe.wsu.edu/cgibin/pubs/ C0233.html?id=KkeC4TLb. Horse certificates must be signed by your Club Leader and County

Extension Agent. Also include copy of appropriate current Medal Certificate with entry. 4. Classes may be combined at management’s discretion. If combined 4-H classes, they will be judged separately. 5. Premium classes are: Showmanship, one (1) Equitation class, Public Presentation, and Record Book and they must be marked on the entry form. 6. All 4-H exhibitors must submit a Record book in order to receive a premium. If Record Book is not submitted then exhibitor will be a schooling entry. Record Books must be turned into show office when picking up show packet and no later than 9:00 a.m. Books may be picked up at end of show. 7. To qualify for High Point awards, each participant must submit a Record Book, show their horse (single horse/rider combination ) in Showmanship, Trail and one (1) Equitation class (English, Western or Reinsmanship) For English, participant must choose Hunt Seat, Saddle Seat or Dressage. These classes count toward High Point. 8. High Point Awards to be presented to each age grouping and to the top score in Trail. 9. Record books will be used for tie-breakers.

Individual Class Rules:

-Open Class Refer to WSH 2013 Rule Book. EQUITATION CLASSES: All riders will be judged on seat, hands, and performance of rider. Stock Seat horses are to enter the ring at a walk. English horses are to enter the ring at a trot. WALK/TROT CLASSES: This class is closed, participants may not enter in any loping classes. First year in competition, 2nd year to be approved by Yakima County Horse Council. See Yakima County guidelines. Second year riders send approval with entry form. MEDAL CLASSES: Please indicate which medal you will be riding for on your entry form and send copy of current Medal Certificate with entry. PLEASURE CLASSES: Western Pleasure to be shown at a flat footed walk, slow easy jog, smooth easy lope and any additional exercises the judge may require. A reasonably loose rein is to be used at all times. To be judged on manners and performance of horse. Entries shall be penalized for being on the wrong lead. English Pleasure classes shown according to their style. TRAIL CLASSES: Will be open to all participants. Western or English tack is permissible. Horses to be shown over and through obstacles. To be judged on performance with emphasis on manners of both horse and rider.

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Horse Show Statement:

This event is held in compliance with RCW 4.24.530 and RCW 4.24.540: Limitations on liability for equine activities. Except as provided RCW 4.24.540, an equine activity sponsor or an equine professional shall not be liable for an injury to or the death of a participant engaged in an equine activity. Yakima County, WSU, WSU Equine Council, Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo, Grandview Country Park, or any clubs, judges, or volunteers associated with this Event will not be held responsible for any accident or injury to horse, rider, vehicle or equipment incurred, as provided by the above - referenced law. I HAVE READ THIS ENTRY, INCLUDING THE GENERAL RULES, THE ABOVE STATEMENT, AND BELOW STATEMENTS AND I UNDERSTAND AND AGREE TO SAME. 4-H Dressage: No Post Entry 4-H Classes as listed one open pleasure class per seat Horse Contest Guide.

DIVISIONS: Horse Events FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE: 1. Showmanship In Hand E/W Jr. Ex. 17 & UNDER WSH pts 2. Showmanship In Hand E/W Sr. Am. 18 & OVER WSH pts 3. Novice Handler Showmanship E/W WSH pts 4. Rookie Handler Showmanship E/W WSH pts 5. Pony Pleasure In Hand, 14.2 h & under WSH pts 6. All Breeds Halter Stock Type WSH pts 7. All Breeds Halter Saddle Type WSH pts 8. Roadster Pony, 12.2 Hands & Under WSH pts 9. Hunter Seat Equitation (NTJ) JR EX 17 & UNDER WSH pts 10. Hunter Seat Equitation (NTJ) Sr. Am. 18 & OVER WSH pts 11. Rookie Rider English Equitation WSH pts 12. Novice Rider English Equitation WSH pts 13. English Pleasure Hunter Type JR EX 17 & UNDER WSH pts 14. English Pleasure Hunter Type SR EX 18 & OVER WSH pts 15. Advanced English Pleasure Open WSH pts 16. Color Class English WSH pts 17. Non Color Class English WSH pts 18. Pony Pleasure Driving Open WSH pts 19. Saddle Seat Equitation, Jr. Ex. 17 & under & Sr. Am. 18 & over WSH pts 20. Novice Rider English Equitation W/T WSH pts 21. English Pleasure OTHT Open WSH pts 22. English Pleasure Open WSH pts 23. Novice Horse English Pleasure W/T WSH pts 24. English Pleasure JR Horse, 5 & Under WSH pts 25. English Pleasure SR Horse, 6 & Over WSH pts 26. Rookie Rider English Pleasure WSH pts 27. Show Hack WSH pts 28. Novice Horse English Pleasure WSH pts 29. W/T Equitation E/W Riders 10 & UNDER WSH pts 30. All Breed English Pleasure-Must indicate what breed for WSH pts 31. Pleasure Driving Horse/Pony Open WSH pts 32. Bridle Path Hack OTHT 33. Pony Pleasure Driving 14.2 & Under ALL AGES WSH pts 34. Miniature Horse Pleasure Driving Open 38” & Under WSH pts 35. Reinsmanship Open WSH pts 36. Leadline Equitation E/W Class 6 & Under-ASTM/SEI Helmet required WSH pts 37. Precision Driving Open WSH pts 38. W/T Pleasure E/W Riders 10 & UNDER WSH pts 39. Green Rider Western Equitation 1st & 2nd yr WSH pts Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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Western Seat Equitation JR EX 17 & UNDER WSH pts Western Seat Equitation SR EX 18 & OVER WSH pts Rookie Rider Western Equitation WSH pts Novice Rider Western Equitation WSH pts Green Horse Western Pleasure 1st & 2nd year W/J WSH pts Western Pleasure JR EX 17 & UNDER WSH pts Western Pleasure SR EX 18 & OVER WSH pts Green Horse Western Pleasure 1st & 2nd year W/J/L WSH pts Western Pleasure SR Horse 6 & Over WSH pts Western Pleasure JR Horse 5 & Under WSH pts Rookie Rider Western Pleasure WSH pts Jim Webb Memorial Western Pleasure, Sr. Ex. 31 & over Novice Horse Western Pleasure W/J/L WSH pts Advanced Western Pleasure WSH pts Novice Horse Western Pleasure W/J WSH pts Color Class Western WSH pts Green Rider Western Pleasure 1st & 2nd year WSH pts Non Color Class Western WSH pts Bareback Equitation, E/W Jr. Ex. 17 & Under & Sr. Am. 18 & Over WSH pts 59. All Breed Western Pleasure- Must indicate what breed for WSH pts 60. Trail In Hand Open WSH pts 61. Trail Horse English/Western 17 & UNDER WSH pts 62. Trail Horse English/Western 18 & OVER WSH pts 63. Green Horse Trail 1st & 2nd Year (W/J) WSH pts 64. Miniature Horse Obstacle In Hand Open 38” & UNDER WSH pts 65. Open Western Riding/Green Pattern Class SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE: 66. 4-H Dressage SR 67. 4-H Dressage INT 68. 4-H Dressage JR 69. Showmanship In Hand E/W Jr. Ex. 17 & UNDER WSH pts 70. Showmanship In Hand E/W Sr. Am. 18 & OVER WSH pts 71. Novice Handler Showmanship E/W WSH pts 72. Rookie Handler Showmanship E/W WSH pts 73. 4-H Showmanship SR 74. 4-H Showmanship INT 75. 4-H Showmanship JR 76. 4-H Showmanship MEDALS 77. Pony Pleasure In Hand, 14.2 h & under WSH pts 78. All Breeds Halter Stock Type WSH pts 79. All Breeds Halter Saddle Type WSH pts 80. 4-H Walk/Trot English Equitation SR CLOSED 81. 4-H Walk/Trot English Equitation INT CLOSED 82. 4-H Walk/Trot English Equitation JR CLOSED 83. Roadster Pony, 12.2 Hands & Under WSH pts 84. 4-H Hunt Seat Equitation SR 85. 4-H Hunt Seat Equitation INT 86. 4-H Hunt Seat Equitation JR 87. Hunter Seat Equitation (NTJ) JR EX 17 & UNDER WSH pts 88. Hunter Seat Equitation (NTJ) Sr. Am. 18 & OVER WSH pts 89. 4-H Hunt Seat Equitation MEDALS 90. Rookie Rider English Equitation WSH pts 91. Novice Rider English Equitation WSH pts 92. English Pleasure Hunter Type JR EX 17 & UNDER WSH pts 93. English Pleasure Hunter Type SR EX 18 & OVER WSH pts

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Horse Show 94. Advanced English Pleasure Open WSH pts 95. 4-H Walk/Trot English Pleasure SR CLOSED 96. 4-H Walk/Trot English Pleasure INT CLOSED 97. 4-H Walk/Trot English Pleasure JR CLOSED 98. Color Class English WSH pts 99. Non Color Class English WSH pts 100. Pony Pleasure Driving Open WSH pts 101. Saddle Seat Equitation, Jr. Ex. 17 & under & Sr. Am. 18 & over WSH pts 102. 4-H Saddle Seat Equitation SR 103. 4-H Saddle Seat Equitation INT 104. 4-H Saddle Seat Equitation JR 105. Novice Rider English Equitation W/T WSH pts 106. 4-H Saddle Seat Equitation MEDALS 107. English Pleasure OTHT Open WSH pts 108. English Pleasure Open WSH pts 109. Novice Horse English Pleasure W/T WSH pts 110. English Pleasure JR Horse, 5 & Under WSH pts 111. English Pleasure SR Horse, 6 & Over WSH pts 112. 4-H Pleasure Driving SR 113. 4-H Pleasure Driving INT 114. 4-H Pleasure Driving JR 115. Rookie Rider English Pleasure WSH pts 116. Show Hack WSH pts 117. Novice Horse English Pleasure WSH pts 118. W/T Equitation E/W Riders 10 & UNDER WSH pts 119. All Breed English Pleasure-Must indicate what breed for WSH pts 120. Pleasure Driving Horse/Pony Open WSH pts 121. Bridle Path Hack OTHT 122. Pony Pleasure Driving 14.2 & Under ALL AGES WSH pts 123. Miniature Horse Pleasure Driving Open 38” & Under WSH pts 124. 4-H Reinsmanship SR 125. 4-H Reinsmanship INT 126. 4-H Reinsmanship JR 127. Reinsmanship Open WSH pts 128. Leadline Equitation E/W Class 6 & Under-ASTM/SEI Helmet required WSH pts 129. Precision Driving Open WSH pts 130. W/T Pleasure E/W Riders 10 & UNDER WSH pts 131. 4-H Walk/Trot Western Equitation SR CLOSED 132. 4-H Walk/Trot Western Equitation INT CLOSED 133. 4-H Walk/Trot Western Equitation JR CLOSED 134. Green Rider Western Equitation 1st & 2nd yr WSH pts 135. 4-H Stock Seat Equitation SR 136. 4-H Stock Seat Equitation INT 137. 4-H Stock Seat Equitation JR 138. Western Seat Equitation JR EX 17 & UNDER WSH pts 139. Western Seat Equitation SR EX 18 & OVER WSH pts 140. 4-H Stock Seat MEDALS 141. Rookie Rider Western Equitation WSH pts 142. Novice Rider Western Equitation WSH pts 143. Green Horse Western Pleasure 1st & 2nd year W/J WSH pts 144. Western Pleasure JR EX 17 & UNDER WSH pts 145. Western Pleasure SR EX 18 & OVER WSH pts 146. Green Horse Western Pleasure 1st & 2nd year W/J/L WSH pts 147. Western Pleasure SR Horse 6 & Over WSH pts 148. Western Pleasure JR Horse 5 & Under WSH pts Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

149. Rookie Rider Western Pleasure WSH pts 150. Jim Webb Memorial Western Pleasure, Sr. Ex. 31 & over 151. Novice Horse Western Pleasure W/J/L WSH pts 152. Advanced Western Pleasure WSH pts 153. Novice Horse Western Pleasure W/J WSH pts 154. Color Class Western WSH pts 155. Green Rider Western Pleasure 1st & 2nd year WSH pts 156. Non Color Class Western WSH pts 157. All Breed Western Pleasure- Must indicate what breed for WSH pts 158. 4-H Bareback Equitation SR 159. 4-H Bareback Equitation INT 160. 4-H Bareback Equitation JR 161. Bareback Equitation, E/W Jr. Ex. 17 & Under & Sr. Am. 18 & Over WSH pts 162. 4-H Bareback Equitation MEDALS 163. 4-H Walk/Trot Trail SR CLOSED 164. 4-H Walk/Trot Trail INT CLOSED 165. 4-H Walk/Trot Trail JR CLOSED 166. 4-H Trail In Hand SR -- NO CROSS ENTRY 167. 4-H Trail In Hand INT -- NO CROSS ENTRY 168. 4-H Trail In Hand JR -- NO CROSS ENTRY 169. 4-H Trail SR 170. 4-H Trail INT 171. 4-H Trail JR 172. 4-H Trail MEDALS 173. Trail In Hand Open WSH pts 174. Trail Horse English/Western 17 & UNDER WSH pts 175. Trail Horse English/Western 18 & OVER WSH pts 176. Green Horse Trail 1st & 2nd Year (W/J) WSH pts 177. Miniature Horse Obstacle In Hand Open 38” & UNDER WSH pts 178. Open Western Riding/Green Pattern Class 179. 4-H Judging Tour 180. FFA Judging Tour 181. 4-H Public Presentation 182. 4-H Record Book

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Horse Gaming Show Penalties & General Disqualifications - See PNW 574 Horse Contest Guide p. 31-36.

Gaming Show WSH Open Gaming hosted by Desert Duellers Show Chair Glenna Eilers: horse_krazy@yahoo.com, (509) 760.0713 See Rules: Yakima County 4-H Horse Contest Guide & WSH Rule Book Rules: 1. All 4-H riders must be enrolled in horsemanship project. 2. All riders must wear approved ASTM helmets. The 4-H Equestrian Headgear Policy (PNW 574 p. 6) states that a 4-H member participating in any 4-H equestrian activity, regardless of riding seat, WILL WEAR a properly fitted equestrian helmet which meets the minimum performance standards imposed by the American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) F1163 and includes certification and labeling required by the Safety Equipment Institute (SEI). Such headgear will be secured with the harness engaged and be properly fastened when mounted on an equine or in a vehicle (cart, wagon, buggy, etc.) being pulled by one or more equines. It is recommended that 4-H’ers wear their ASTM/SEI helmets any time they are around their horses. 3. All riders must wear long jeans and long sleeve shirts (Standard 4-H Western clothing). Belts, ties, and pins are optional. 4. All riders must wear “Safe Equine Riding Boots” boots. (Yakima County Equine guidelines.) -Boot must fit flat in the stirrup with the ball of the foot on the flat of the iron or stirrup. -Boot must be able to move freely in the stirrup and be able to slide out. -Boot heel must have an adequate heel stop to prevent the forward movement of the boot through the stirrup. ***Exposed Toed Shoes are NOT ALLOWED at any 4-H Equine event by anyone handling or that may handle equines. 5. Western Games require the humane treatment of all animals entered in state and county competitions. Exhibitors are expected to treat their animals with respect and provide for their continuous well-being through proper feeding, handling, disease prevention, sanitation, and attention to the animals’ safety. Officials should be prepared to dismiss exhibitors who abuse and mistreat their animals. 6. The exhibitor must be wearing his or her exhibitor number on his or her back or both sides of the horse at all times while mounted. 7. Horsemanship, sportsmanship, and safety will be stressed in all Western Gaming classes. Exhibitors may be asked to submit to a close inspection. The purpose of the close inspection is to demonstrate an exhibitor’s ability to handle and control the horse in a safe manner. The close inspection will also provide the show management an opportunity to examine the tack and equipment being used by the rider. Exhibitors failing the close inspection will not be allowed to make their scheduled run in that event. Safety of the exhibitor, horse, and volunteers is the most important aspect of the program. 8. Contestants may ride only once in each event (exception: re-rides). Riders may hold onto the saddle horn. Two hands may be used on the reins and hands may be changed. Arena Safety: 1. During the running of any event, all arena gates must be closed. 2. Contestants must enter the arena mounted in a controlled manner, and may leave the arena after judge’s final acknowledgment. After Judge’s acknowledgment, exhibitor may dismount, reins off the neck for safety, and exit. 3. It is recommended that only one horse be in the arena at one time. Only contestants, ring crew, and officials are allowed in the arena. 4. Horses may not be tied to arena fences, rails or any other hazardous place. 5. Horses that constitute a safety hazard may be disqualified. 6. In all events the ring crew resets downed equipment or repairs lines after a rider has completed the course. 7. Enter the arena without assistance from anyone other than a 4-H member who is also mounted. 8. Raking will be done as needed, but must be consistent within each age division. Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

DIVISIONS: Gaming Events 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

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4-H Fitting and Showing Sr. 4-H Fitting and Showing Int. 4-H Fitting and Showing Jr. 4-H Figure 8 Stake Race Sr. 4-H Figure 8 Stake Race Int. 4-H Figure 8 Stake Race Jr. Figure 8 Stake Race Jr. 17 & Under WSH pts. Figure 8 Stake Race Sr. 18 & Over WSH pts. 4-H 2 Barrel Flag Sr. 4-H 2 Barrel Flag Int. 4-H 2 Barrel Flag Jr. Flags 17 & Under WSH pts. Flags 18 & Over WSH pts. 4-H Key Race Sr. 4-H Key Race Int. 4-H Key Race Jr. Key Race 17 & Under WSH pts. Key Race 18 & Over WSH pts. 4-H Pole Bending Sr. 4-H Pole Bending Int. 4-H Pole Bending Jr. Pole Bending 17 & Under WSH pts. Pole Bending 18 & Over WSH pts. 4-H Texas Barrels Sr. 4-H Texas Barrels Int. 4-H Texas Barrels Jr. Texas Barrels 17 & Under WSH pts. Texas Barrels 18 & Over WSH pts. NCSA (International) Flags Sr. NCSA (International) Flags Int. NCSA (International) Flags Jr. Keyhole 17 & Under WSH pts. Keyhole 18 & Over WSH pts. California Stake Race 17 & Under WSH pts. California Stake Race 18 & Over WSH pts. Rescue Race 17 & Under WSH pts. Rescue Race 18 & Over WSH pts. Two Man Stake Race WSH pts. Two Man Three Barrel Flags WSH pts.

Desert Duellers a Washington State Horsemen Games club located in Moses Lake, will be hosting a WSH games show this year. This show is open to all to participate in, whether you are a member of Washington State Horsemen or not. WSH games shows are an inexpensive way to have fun with your family and friends, and most of all your horses. Order of Events: Flags, keyhole, barrels, poles, cal. stake, figure 8 and keyrace. Information: Times Only, A B C D Buckaroo, Lead Line at $2.00 per ride, Jackpot at $5.00 per ride with 80% payback. Arena Fee is $5.00 per rider. Dogs must be on leashes, pick up after your horses. Some camping is available with water and power…mostly dry camping.

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Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo Official Entry Form

Online registration www.yvfair-rodeo.org Please print or type clearly: Last

4-H & FFA Horse Show & Gaming August 2, 3 & 4, 2013 Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo Official Entry Form

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Fee

NEW DAYS!

Fees must accompany entry form

(each class)

Gaming 4-H Pre-Registered $15 4-H Day of Show $20 Open Exhibitor $3

Horseless Horse $15 WSH Non Member Fee $3

(each class)

Horse Show Office Fee $5 4-H Exhibitor $35 (all day) Open Classes $6

Horses

ENTRY FEES:

Mail to: Kimberly Lansing P.O. Box 1052 Yakima, WA 98907 509.539.0247

Fri., Sat., & Su Aug. 2, 3 & 4n.

4-H Club Name ______________________________

FFA 4-H Junior 4-H Intermediate 4-H Senior 17 years old & Under 18 years old & Over

Exhibitor Classification

Entry Deadline: July 28 $10 late fee per exhibitor if received after deadline First

Name: ___________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________ City:_____________________ State: _____ Zip: _________ Phone: __________________ County: ________________ Age*: ____________________ Grade:__________________ Email: ___________________________________________

Description

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FFA Chapter Name ___________________________

4-H / FFA Record Book Required

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*Required Info

Leader: __________________Phone: _________________

Class #

4-H / FFA Fitting & Showing Required

PLEASE CHECK HERE IF RIDER NEEDS SPECIAL DISIBILITY ACCOMODATIONS: _______ The said exhibitor releases the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo, its officers, directors, agents, employees and volunteers from loss, damage or injury to oneself, livestock or other property while such persons and/or property is on the grounds of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.

Parent/Guardian’s Signature: _______________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature: __________________________________________ Date: __________________

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4-H & FFA Livestock

Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo Official Entry Form

4-H Club Name ______________________________

Exhibitor Classification FFA ______ 4-H Primary ______ **12 & under 4-H Novice** ______ and have never shown 4-H Junior ______ any livestock 4-H Intermediate ______ at any fair. 4-H Senior ______

No Late Entries

Entry Deadlines: June 1st

First

Name: ___________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________ City:_____________________ State: _____ Zip: _________ Phone: __________________ County: ________________ *Required Info

Age*: ____________________ Grade*: _________________

FFA Chapter Name ___________________________

Fee

Email: ___________________ Phone: _________________

Description

Membership # (FFA Only) ______________________

Division # Class #

-0-

Leader: __________________________________________ Department Name

Record Book Required

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Mail to: Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo P.O. Box 27 Grandview, WA 98930 509.882.1197

ENTRY FEES:

Large Livestock $10 Rabbits/Poultry $4 Cats/Dogs $4 ($3 extra cat/dog) Pocket Pets Singles $4 2-4 in cage $8

Student Season Pass ______ x $12 (under 6 years free)

Adult Season Pass ________ x $20

Fitting & Showing Required (page 41)

Mandatory - Country of Origin: USA_________ Other ____________________ Cats _____ Dogs ______ Rabbits ______Pocket Pets _______

Number of: Beef _____ Dairy ______ Horses ______Swine ________ Sheep ____Poultry ______ Llamas ______ Goats ______

Exhibitor passes may be picked up when record book and 3x5 photo(Sale Animal only) is turned into Livestock office.

*Each family will receive one season parking pass - south gate only. It must be displayed in vehicle‘s front window at all times. Parking pass is for the vehicle only and all drivers and passengers must provide proof of fair admisission (season pass, exhibitor band, etc.) Vehicle parked in undesignated Rodeo Pass _______________ x $5 areas may be towed. Parking Season Pass ______ x $10

The said exhibitor releases the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo, its officers, directors, agents, employees and volunteers from loss, damage or injury to oneself, Total $ _______________________ livestock or other property while such persons and/or property is on the grounds of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.

Parent/Guardian’s Signature: _______________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature: __________________________________________ Date: __________________

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Please print or type clearly:

OPEN CLASS

Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo Official Entry Form

______ Adult

Description

______ Advanced - 13 to 18 years

______ Junior - 8 to 12 years

______ Youth - 7 years & under

Exhibitor Classification

Entry Deadlines: See Divisions

First

Name: ___________________________________________ Last

Address: _________________________________________ City:_____________________ State: _____ Zip: _________ Phone*: __________________________________________

Division # Class #

Age*: ____________________ (*Required info if under 18) Department Name

Mail to: Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo P.O. Box 27 Grandview, WA 98930 509.882.1197

The said exhibitor releases the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo, its officers, directors, agents, employees and volunteers from loss, damage or injury to oneself, livestock or other property while such persons and/or property is on the grounds of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.

Parent/Guardian’s Signature: _______________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature: __________________________________________ Date: __________________

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Exhibitor Classification FFA 4-H Junior 4-H Intermediate 4-H Senior

Description

FFA Chapter Name ___________________________

4-H Club Name ______________________________

______ ______ ______ ______

Entry Deadlines: See Divisions

Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo Official Entry Form

First

Name: ___________________________________________ Last

Address: _________________________________________ City:_____________________ State: _____ Zip: _________ Phone: __________________ County: ________________ *Required Info

Age*: ____________________ Grade*: _________________ Grade: ___________________ Email: __________________

Division # Class #

Leader: __________________Phone: _________________ Department Name

The said exhibitor releases the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo, its officers, directors, agents, employees and volunteers from loss, damage or injury to oneself, livestock or other property while such persons and/or property is on the grounds of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.

Parent/Guardian’s Signature: _______________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature: __________________________________________ Date: __________________

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FFA & 4-H Entry Rules & Regulations • RV Parking Information FFA & 4-H Entry Rules & Regulations

1. All entries must be made on official entry forms and tags giving the following information. a. Legible name and addresses of exhibitor b. Department, Division, Class (if applicable) c. Description of exhibit d. Grade in school e. Club information 2. No smoking will be allowed in the fair buildings. 3. Cars, trucks and bicycles are not allowed on the grounds except designated parking areas after Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. with the exception of loading and unloading Thursday through Saturday, 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. 4. Exhibitors parking passes are for South gate only. North gate may only be used for unloading animals Tuesday through Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. 5. Parking pass must be in the vehicle’s window at all times. Parking pass is NOT fair admission. All vehicle occupants must have season pass, exhibitor wrist band, pass, etc. Vehicles subject to be towed if parked in area other than designated parking for that pass. 6. Late entries will be accepted at discretion of division superintendent. 7. Rules and Regulations covering various divisions will be found at the beginning of those divisions in the premium book. 8. All livestock exhibitors must turn in to the Livestock Superintendent their Record Book, Brand Slips and Bill of Sale, before receiving Entrance Passes. 9. 4-H Age Division based on highest grade completed in school by the time of the fair: NOVICE - 12 & Under as of January 1 and have never shown any livestock in Fitting & Showing at any fair. JUNIOR - Grades 3, 4, & 5 INTERMEDIATE - Grades 6, 7, & 8 SENIOR - Grades 9, 10, 11 & 12 PRIMARY - Grades K, 1 & 2 (Primary 4-Hers may enter for exhibit only and will not be judged) 10. Entries for 4-H Club or FFA classes will be open to any boy or girl

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meeting 4-H Club or FFA requirements and living in Yakima County and those parts of Benton County down to and including Kiona-Benton City District and Eastern Klickitat County. 11. Dogs, cats, pocket pets, horses and Home Ec will be open to all Yakima County and all of rule 8. 12. All possible care will be taken to safeguard the exhibits, but no responsibility will be assumed for damage to, or loss of exhibits. 13. Security is provided. 14. Checks must be cashed before 90 days or they will be considered a donation.

RV Parking

Camp Host: Gary & Sherry Schloss - 840.1146 DEADLINE FOR CAMPING REGISTRATION IS JUNE 1, 2013. (See registration form on page 72) Rules: 1. CAMPING SPOTS WILL BE ASSIGNED BY THE CAMPING SUPERINTENDENT. 2. CAMPING PERMITS MUST BE DISPLAYED IN RV WINDOW 3. Entrance is the South gate. All vehicles accompanying RVs must display parking permits at all times. All occupants in vehicle passing through South gate must have proof of fair admission (wristband, season pass, etc.) 4. NO DOGS ALLOWED OR RV WILL BE SENT HOME, except by special permission through Livestock Directors. Dogs must be kept quiet. 5. ABSOLUTELY NO BICYCLES ALLOWED ON GROUNDS. 6. Lanes of ten feet between rows of RVs must remain open at all times for emergency access and fire. Vehicles blocking emergency access will be towed away at owner’s expense. 7. RVs must be of a type of design approved by the Fair Board. If you have questions, contact the camping superintendent. 8. Small tents will be allowed if they can fit with your other accommodations. Otherwise, two spaces must be reserved. 9. The Fair assumes no responsibility for damage or injuries to any RVs or occupants at any camp site. 10. Any RV without qualified adult supervision will be excluded from the grounds. List names of occupants on RV registration. Adult must be at least 21 years old. 11. Reservations along with fees, must be sent to the fair office no later than June 1 for space assignments. The fee is $40.00 and includes one adult season ticket and vehicle parking pass. 12. Reservations must be filled out completely or they will be returned. 13. RVs must be parked between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Monday of fair week. If you will be late, please contact Sherry at 840.1146. 14. There will be a $5 add-on for entries received after June 1. 15. RVs are to be moved out on Sunday by 10:00 a.m. 16. NO WATER OR ELECTRICAL HOOKUPS 17. “Reservation for camping space” form can be found towards the back of this book. The above stated rules are for your protection and convenience as well as to provide emergency and location information to the Fair Board Personnel. Completion of the registration form and payment thereof, constitutes acceptance of the foregoing rules by the adult in charge and all occupants using your assigned camping area. 18. No alcohol allowed in City Park except in the Beer Garden. RV APPLICATION ON PAGE 72

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Reservation for Camping Space

Name: _________________________________________________________________________________ Last

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Mailing Address: _________________________________________________________________________ City: _______________________________ State:______________________________ Zip: _____________ Trailer Size: _________________________ ft.

Motorhome: _____________________ ft. Tip Out: Y or N

Camper Size: ________________________ ft. (Include Truck) Number of exhibitors staying in campsite: _____________________________________ List on bottom of form: Exhibitor’s name, parent’s name, phone no., address and exhibit area.

Club Name: _____________________________________________________________________________ Adult in Charge: __________________________________________________________________________ Department Entered: ______________________________________________________________________ Those living outside a 15-mile radius of the Country Park Fairgrounds will get first camping spaces available. If there is space available after these assignments are made, we will decrease the 15-mile radius rule to 8 miles for further assignments. THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAILER AND OCCUPANTS must be at least 21 years of age and camp on grounds. Camping will be at east end of the pasture.

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Camping Fee: $40.00 (which includes use of septic dump station, one adult season pass and one vehicle pass - South gate only. FEES MUST BE ENCLOSED WITH RESERVATIONS AND RECEIVED BY JUNE 1, 2013. Send to: Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo, P.O. Box 27, Grandview, WA 98930. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo. Rules, page 71 List exhibitor’s name, parent’s name, cell phone no. and exhibit area.

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FOR FAIR USE ONLY

Campsite #: _______________ Amount received: ________________________ Date: __________________________ Camping Fee @ $40 _______________ Adult Season Pass @ $20 _______________ Total Amount Student Season Pass @ $12 _______________ Enclosed Rodeo @ $5 per person per night _______________ Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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Thursday, November 7, 2013 Blessed Sacrament’s John McDonnell Hall 1201 Missouri, Grandview Tickets are available for $40 each in the Jones (Horticulture) Building during the run of the fair. After August 10th the cost is $50.

Thanks to the help of dinner guests, auction winners and local businesses, the Foundation has accomplished the following at Country Park Events Center. • Purchased and installed four sections of aluminum bleachers • Ceiling fans in the Jones (Horticulture) Building • Exterior lighting on the Jones (Horticulture) Building • Sound system improvements • Centennial flags for the grounds • Installed paved pathways • Provided Mazy T Clown plus Cowboy Buck and Elizabeth as entertainment at the 2012 fair • Initiated the Decorate a Cow and Cow Tales contests

Planned improvements include restroom upgrades, on grounds transportation and more aluminum bleachers. Premium Book • Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo

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Have fun at the Fair!

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2013 Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo Board of Directors

Yvonne Graham

Bob Fay

Kathy Thonney

Ryan Maiden

President / Open Class Home Ec Director

Vice President / Floriculture Director

Treasurer

Livestock Sales Director

Kimberly Lansing

Bruce Matsumura

Willard Mears

Chris Van Belle

Horse Show Director

Rodeo Director

Horticulture Director

Livestock Director

Brian Michener

Shawn Shultz

Julie Hendren

Livestock Director

Ribbons / Awards Director

Vendor / Commercial Booths Director

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2013 Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo Equipment Auction

ANNUAL EQUIPMENT AUCTION

Thank you to all the sellers and buyers for making our sale possible. Also a special thanks to all the volunteers who helped set up and load items during and after the auction. We want to thank the ladies in the office for making the paperwork go smoothly.

We will have our next equipment auction on March 15th, 2014. Hope to see you there! For updates, go to our website www.yvfair-rodeo.org.

A Very Big “THANK YOU” Mid-Valley Dodge Central Machinery Sales, Inc. Star Rentals (light plant) Stokes Burger Ranch J&M (office trailer) Dick Bootsma Arno Johnson Auctioneers: Bobby Wiersma & Paul Newman

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