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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG August 16-21, 2021 www.rockinghamcountyfair.com


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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

TAKEIN TIMES

Harrisonburg, Va.

ADMISSION FAIRGROUNDS

EXHIBITS WILL BE RECEIVED AS FOLLOWS: DISPLAYED IN THE EXHIBIT HALL Art & Junior Homemaking Senior Homemaking

DELIVERY DATE & TIME

Sunday, August 15, 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. ONLY Friday, August 13, 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Photography Saturday, August 14, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Jr. Baked Goods Monday, August 16, 8 a.m. until 9 a.m. ONLY Sr. Baked Goods Saturday, August 14, 11 a.m. until noon ONLY DISPLAYED IN THE HORTICULTURE BUILDING

PICK UP DATE AND TIME

YOUR S E O D T WHA U Y? B T E K C I FAIR T

Sunday, August 22, 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday, August 22, 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday, August 22, 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday, August 22, 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday, August 22, 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.

Sunday, August 15, 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. Sunday, August 22, Monday, August 16, 8 a.m. until 9:30 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. a.m. (only Artist entries) Horticulture Sunday, August 15, 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday, August 22, Monday, August 16, 8 a.m. until Noon 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Farm Crops Sunday, August 15, 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday, August 22, Monday, August 16, 8 a.m. until Noon 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. DISPLAYED IN POULTRY EXHIBIT BUILDING Poultry & Rabbits Sunday, August 15, 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. after 9 p.m. on Saturday, AND August 22 Monday, August 16, 8 a.m. until Noon LIVESTOCK All livestock must follow the department arrival times with all animals being shown on the fairgrounds by Noon on Monday, August 16. • LIVESTOCK MAY BE REMOVED FROM GROUNDS FOLLOWING THE RULES OF THE DEPARTMENT IN WHICH THE ANIMAL IS SHOWN

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EXHIBIT ENTRY / PREMIUMS *ATTENTION* • • •

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Premiums less than $10 per exhibitor will be paid in cash. Cash payments will be issued, and a signature of receipt required, when items are picked up on Sunday, August 22. Checks will be issued Wednesday, August 25, 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. and Thursday August 26, from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. daily for premiums $10 and above. Checks will be mailed if not picked up by Thursday, August 26 at 5 p.m. All premium checks must be cashed within 90 days (by Monday November 22) or they will not be honored. No checks will be reissued. Cash payments not picked up on Sunday, Aug. 22, will be available until Tuesday, November 24, at the fairgrounds office. All monies not claimed by exhibitors at 4 p.m. on Monday, November 30, will be returned to the department budget for the next year.

NEW! ITEM PICK UP GUIDELINES •

All items must be picked up as scheduled or during the hours of 2 p.m. – 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August 25, and from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursday, August 26. Abandoned items will be discarded. · All exhibits must be recorded, tagged, and placed by the Department Superintendents before the exhibitor leaves the grounds. · All exhibits must be the property of the individuals exhibiting them. · Only exhibits from Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg are eligible. SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS APPLY AS FOLLOWS: · Livestock Departments – others outside the city or county may be invited. · Prizes will not be paid on exhibits not listed in the catalog. · It is especially understood that if weather conditions are such that the Fair Association finds they cannot pay their premiums in full, the exhibitors agree to accept such a portion of the premiums as the Board of Directors of the Fair association find they are able to pay and such payment shall be considered full settlement of whatever premiums are due. · Livestock: Premiums and ribbons will be withheld on animals leaving the grounds prior to release time. · The decision of the judges and graders is final. · Departments and Fair Management will not be responsible for articles exhibited. All owners and those in charge of property or livestock shall care for, guard, protect and preserve the same. Rockingham County Fair will not be responsible for any loss or damage. · Passes will be issued to commercial exhibitors as per their contract. Extra passes may be purchased.

Advance gate ckets – Adults $5; must be purchased on or before August 11. Children’s ckets (ages 7-12) may be purchased for $3. DATE

Monday, August 16 Opening Day Gates open at Noon Tuesday, August 17 Wednesday, August 18 Thursday, August 19 Friday, August 20 Saturday, August 21

DISCOUNT

ADULT PRICE

CHILD 7-12 YRS

6 YRS & YOUNGER

Veteran’s Day First Responder Day School Teacher & Staff Appreciation Day *show your ID badge for Free Admission

$6.00

$3.00

FREE

$6.00

$3.00

FREE

Youth Day

$6.00

Older Adults 60 or older Day $2 Adults $6 $6.00 $6.00

Youth 13-18 Youth 12 $3.00 & Younger FREE $3.00 FREE $3.00

FREE

$3.00

FREE

Tickets for all Grandstand events sold separately. Parking at the Rockingham County Fair is FREE. • No one will be admitted through the gate without proper credentials! Please do not block traffic and delay others with discussions with ticket-sellers, gatemen and ticket-takers who are working on strict orders from the management and are not allowed to vary from them. If, for any reason, there is a misunderstanding about admission at gates or elsewhere, please pay the admission price asked, take a receipt for same, and come directly to Fair officials. Please report any discourtesies by gatemen, concessionaires, showmen, or others connected with the Fair. • Noncompliance: Exhibitors not cooperating with security personnel or Fair officials in all matters of policy, including parking, will have their entries cancelled and will be ordered to remove their exhibit from the ground immediately.


Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dept. J - Senior Homemaking ....28-30 Fair Officers & Board of Directors ... 4 Dept. E - 4H/FFA Livestock Show & Sale .................17-21 Section I - Baked Goods Steer Regulations Message from the Manager ............... 5 Section II - Canned Products Market Hog, Lamb & Goat Regulations Fair Rules and Regulations ............ 6-7 Section III - Needle Art Dept. F - Poultry, Section V - Handcrafted Arts Members of the Fair Association ...... 7 Pigeons & Rabbits ....................... 22-23 Section VI - Fabric Art Section I - Open Classes Rockingham County Fair Pageants .. 8 Section II - Junior Classes Dept. K - Junior Homemaking... 31-34 Dept. G - Farm Crops ...................... 23 All Breed Horse Show................... 9-10 Section I - Crafts Section I Section II Section II - Stem & Woodworking Dept. A - Beef Cattle................... 10-11 Section III Section I - Beef Cattle Section III - Canned Products Section IV Section II - Junior Beef Cattle Section IV - Sewing Dept. H - Horticulture .................... 25 Section V - Ceramics Dept. B - Dairy Cattle ................ 12-14 Section I - Open Classes Section VI - Baked Goods Division I - Vegetables Section I - Type Classes Division II Fruits Section II - Dairy Pee Wee Class Dept. L - Art Exhibits ...................... 34 Section II - Junior Horticulture Section III - Just Older Section III - Scarecrow Contest Section I - Ages 8 & Under Showmanship Class Section II - Ages 9-13 Dept. I - Flowers ......................... 26-28 Section IV -Youth Dairy Show Section III - Ages 14-18 Section I - Adult Horticulture Section II Junior Horticulture Section IV - Adult Dept. C - Open Boer Goat Show...... 15 Section III - Adult Arrangements Fair Sponsors ................................... 35 Dept. D - Sheep ................................ 16 Section IV - Junior Arrangements

Dept. N - Mechanics, Woodworking Technology .............. 35 Section I - Metal Projects Section II - Reconditioned Equipment Section III - Wood Projects Section IV - Agriscience Projects Dept. M - Photography ............... 38-39 Junior Division Senior Division SVTPA Garden Tractor Pull ........... 37 Dept. O - Virginia Junior Sheep Breeders Show ....................... 40 2021 Fair Entertainers ..................... 41 Farm & Tweaked Farm Tractor Pull ..................................... 42 Draft Horse Pull .............................. 44 Antique Tractor Pull ....................... 45 History of the Fair ........................... 47


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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

2021 ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR Board of Directors

Ron Williams President

Keith Sheets Vice President

Vicki Cook Secretary

Advisors to the Board

Bill Groseclose Treasurer

Jeff Germroth

Richard Chew

Kern Houff

EX-Officio

Rockingham County Fair Board Members

Lauren Arbogast

Michele Bridges

Chad Comer

Brent Hill

Lance Arey

Jordon Bowman Kymberly Coffman

Becky Houff

Darla Miller

Gary Smith

Neena Wright

Jordan Dean

Cari Orebaugh

Rancy Seal

Past Presidents

Rockingham County Fair Staff FRONT ROW: Rebecca Holloway, Heidi Green; BACK ROW: Travis Elyard, Tryone Scott, Robert Whetzel

Brian Carpenter

Donnie Liskey


Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Meet Me at the Fair! A message from Fair Manager Rebecca Holloway

The Rockingham County Fair Association was here for you during the pandemic; families brought their children out to ride bikes or have picnics on our grounds, we provided outdoor meeting spaces for other organizations, and we were here to be a site for covid testing and vaccinations. We worked hard to remain open and thanks to our wonderful community we survived! Now we are excited to announce The Rockingham County Fair will be in full swing August 16 – 21, 2021. Last years Back to Our Roots Fair was nice, but we missed the entertainment acts, rides, and most importantly all the people! Our 2021 Rockingham County Fair will kick off on August 15 with a Gospel

In Memory of Charlie Whetzel

Served as Rockingham County Fair Associaon President from 1994-1995

Concert in the Pepsi Grandstand. Monday, August 16 will be our opening day of the fair and we look forward to welcoming you back!

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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

2021 FAIR RULES & REGULATIONS • All exhibits must be recorded, tagged, and placed by the Department Superintendents before the exhibitor leaves the grounds. • All exhibits must be the property of the individuals exhibiting them. • Only exhibits from Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg are eligible. SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS APPLY AS FOLLOWS: Livestock Departments – others outside the city or county may be invited. • Prizes will not be paid on exhibits not listed in the catalog. • It is especially understood that if weather conditions are such that the Fair Association finds they cannot pay their premiums in full, the exhibitors agree to accept such a portion of the premiums as the Board of Directors of the Fair association find they are able to pay, and such payment shall be considered full settlement of whatever premiums are due. • Livestock: Premiums and ribbons will be withheld on animals leaving the grounds prior to release time. • The decision of the judges and graders is final. • Departments and Fair Management will not be responsible for articles exhibited. All owners and those in charge of property or livestock shall care for, guard, protect and preserve the same. Rockingham County Fair will not be responsible for any loss or damage. • Passes will be issued to commercial exhibitors as per their contract. Extra passes may be purchased.

GENERAL RULES • No equipment or decorative materials may be nailed, tacked, screwed, taped or bolted to any part of the Fair Association’s buildings or any of the fixtures therein. The Fair Association reserves the right to charge the exhibitor for any damage. • NO AISLE (BUTT) FANS PERMITTED. • Use of alcoholic beverages, drugs, abusive language or other abusive conduct is prohibited. • NO PETS ALLOWED ON FAIRGROUNDS.

LIVESTOCK • If a youth is a member of 4-H and/or FFA in one or more of the following counties (Rockingham, Augusta, Page & Shenandoah), then the 4-H/FFA member must choose to participate in only one county’s 4-H/FFA Market Livestock Show and Sale for that project year.

HEALTH • CATTLE (1) Virginia is considered to be a free state of tuberculosis and brucellosis; therefore, cattle which originate from Virginia may be exhibited without additional testing. (2) No cattle shall be exhibited unless they are accompanied by a health certificate signed within thirty days of the exposition by a licensed veterinarian. Animals must be free of infectious and contagious disease, including Ringworm, Warts, Foot Rot, and Pinkeye. Animals currently being treated for any of the listed conditions that

are visibly responding to treatment must have a written statement to that effect added to the CVI by the issuing veterinarian. (3) All cattle, except for beef feeder cattle less than 18 months of age, are required to have official identification (metal ear tag or RFID button). • HORSES (1) Each animal must have a negative Coggins test conducted within 12 months of the show. • SHEEP (1) A clean bill of health must accompany all sheep being shown, signed by a licensed veterinarian. Animals are not to be unloaded until the Department Superintendent has checked animals and papers and approved unloading. Sheep diagnosed with lamb fungus, sore mouth or any other contagious will not be allowed on the fairgrounds and NO muzzles on sheep. (2) All sexually intact sheep, must have a scrapie tag. • GOATS (1) A health certificate must accompany all goats being shown and signed within 30 days of exposition by a licensed veterinarian showing they are healthy and free of communicable diseases. Animals are not to be unloaded until the Department Superintendent has checked papers and approved unloading. (2) Rabies shots are recommended for owner’s and public’s safety. (3) All goats must have official identification. All goats must have a scrapie tag or they must have a readable tattoo in the ear plus matching registration papers. ANIMAL WELL BEING: Management reserves the right to remove any exhibitor from the grounds who is deemed to be mistreating any animal. • No icing is allowed. This includes the use of wet towels. In the event of overheating, contact the specie chair or a veterinarian.

FEES • Fees for the use of stalls and pens are as follows: NO REFUNDS. NO EXCEPTIONS (1) $5.00 for each hog, sheep and goat in the market animal departments. (2) $5.00 for each hog, sheep and goat for open and junior breeder departments. (3) $5.00 for each dairy and beef cattle tie stall. (4) $80.00 fine will be assessed to an exhibitor showing in the Open Goat or Open Sheep Shows whose animal damages a pen. (5) $50 per head late fee on all livestock entries postmarked after registration deadline for a grace period of 7 days. After 7 day grace period no registrations will be accepted.

CAMPING • Camping available only to livestock exhibitors. • A camping fee of $200.00 for the week will be charged for electricity. • There will be an area for pop-ups and tents with NO electricity for a fee of $50. • A parent or guardian of a participant in a junior show shall sign a contract for each camper unit and designate a parent or guardian to be present from 12 midnight to 6:00 a.m. A parent or guardian can be responsible for up to three camping units. • A camping pass will be issued to each camper. • Campers are expected to be quiet and lights out at 1:00 a.m. • ABSOLUTELY NO GENERATORS. • Campers will be allowed entry for setup

in the campground beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, August 12, and MUST be setup by Sunday, August 15.

BARN AREA • All activities in the barn shall cease at midnight. • All bedding is to be provided by the exhibitor. • The storage of excessive amounts of hay, feed and straw will not be permitted in the barns. • For the health and safety of Fair visitors and livestock, we discourage food consumption inside livestock barns. • The display of farm signs, banners, etc. over exhibits is encouraged. However, these displays must not block across the barn vision, interfere in any way with other exhibitors, or with the conduct of the show. Neither shall they create a safety hazard to animals or people. • All livestock exhibitors are required to furnish feed, water buckets, troughs, and all bedding for the week. Exhibitors must maintain their respective area and keep their stalls, pens and aisles reasonably clean and in an orderly condition at all times. • No automatic watering system for livestock is permitted. • All livestock must be purebred except in special classes. • Dual registered animals may be shown only in the fair department of their primary use. • In short leg species, tack space, if available, will be assigned by each department chair after 2:00 p.m. on Monday of Fair Week. Violations may result in removal of tack and/or animals from fairgrounds. • Absolutely no smoking will be permitted in the Cattle Barns by exhibitors. Any violation to this rule can lead to dismissal of the exhibitor from the barn. In this event, no entry fees will be refunded or any compensation made. Premium money will also be forfeited. • There will be NO gate panels available for exhibitor personal use. • The tie-out area is located South of the barn only. No market livestock shall be tied or penned outside their designated barn or tent or pen. • No animals in the show ring before 10 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. • Movement of livestock to and from the wash rack area is restricted between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. This would exclude animals in the process of showing during this time period. • Open livestock exhibitors who register animals and are a no show will be banned from showing at the following year’s fair unless notification is given to the specie chair prior to barn set up on Wednesday prior to fair week.

PASSES/PARKING • Passes will be distributed and sold to the livestock exhibitors from the Barn Office on Monday, August 16 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. as follows: 1) 1 to 5 animals: 1 armband and 1 book of passes and 1 parking pass 2) 6 or more animals: 1 armband and 2 books of passes and 1 parking pass 3) Parking passes will be limited to 2 per family regardless of the number of exhibitors and will be in the form of a decal. The decal will be affixed to the driver’s side window toward the left side as you are looking out, as not to hinder vision in the rear view mirror. 4) Additional passes will be sold to livestock exhibitors at $4.00 per day. No extra barn parking passes available. • Parking cars and trucks in barn area will be

limited. No parking for trailers and trucks. Trailers will park in designated area outside fence. After unloading livestock, vehicles must be moved to the parking area. All vehicles without proper credentials will be towed.

POULTRY, RABBITS AND PIGEONS • All exhibits will be fed and cared for by the Fair Managemen

IAFE (International Association of Fairs and Expositions) CODE OF SHOWRING ETHICS shall govern all Rockingham County Fair livestock shows: Exhibitors of animals at livestock shows shall at all times deport themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship. Their conduct in this competitive environment shall always reflect the highest standards of honor and dignity to promote the advancement of agricultural education. This code applies to junior (youth) as well as open class exhibitors who compete in structured classes of competition. This code applies to all livestock offered in any event at a livestock show. In addition to the National Code of Show Ring Ethics, fairs and livestock shows may have rules and regulations which they impose on the local, county, state, provincial and national levels. All youth leaders working with junior exhibitors are under an affirmative responsibility to do more than avoid improper conduct or questionable acts. Their moral values must be so certain and positive that those younger and more pliable will be influenced by their fine example. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers and absolutely responsible persons who violate the code of ethics will forfeit premiums, awards and auction proceeds and shall be prohibited from future exhibition in accordance with the rules adopted by the Rockingham County Fair. Exhibitors who violate this code of ethics demean the integrity of all livestock exhibitors and should be prohibited from competition at all livestock shows in the United States and Canada. The following is a list of guidelines for all exhibitors and all livestock in competitive events: 1. All exhibitors must present, upon request of fair and livestock show officials, proof of ownership, length of ownership and age of all animals entered. Misrepresentation of ownership, age, or any facts relating thereto is prohibited. 2. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers, or absolutely responsible persons shall provide animal health certificates from licensed veterinarians upon request by fair or livestock show officials. 3. Youth exhibitors are expected to care for and groom their animals while at fairs or livestock shows. For the Rockingham County Fair, assistance may only be provided by the parents and family members, a bona fide 4-H volunteer leader enrolled in Virginia, Virginia Extension Agent, Virginia FFA Instructor, or another exhibitor with animals entered in the show. 4 Animals shall be presented to show events where they will enter the food chain free of violative drug residues. The act of entering an animal in a livestock show is the giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer and/or absolutely responsible person for show management to obtain any specimens of urine, saliva, blood, or other substances from the animal to be used in testing. Animals not entered in an event which culminates with the animal entering the food chain shall not be administered drugs other than in accordance with applicable federal, state and provincial statutes, regulations and rules. Livestock shall not be exhibited if the drugs administered in accordance with federal, state and provincial statutes, regulations and rules affect the animal’s performance or appearance at the event.


Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

RULES & REGULATIONS i) If the laboratory report on the analysis of saliva, urine, blood, or other sample taken from livestock indicates the presence of forbidden drugs or medication, this shall be prima facie evidence such substance has been administered to the animal either internally or externally. It is presumed that the sample of urine, saliva, blood, or other substance tested by the laboratory to which it is sent is the one taken from the animal in question, its integrity is preserved and all procedure of said collection and preservation, transfer to the laboratory and analysis of the sample are correct and accurate and the report received from the laboratory pertains to the sample taken from the animal in question and correctly reflects the condition of the animal at the time the sample was taken, with the burden on the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person to prove otherwise. ii) At any time after an animal arrives on the fair or livestock show premises, all treatments involving the use of drugs and/or medications for the sole purpose of protecting the health of the animal shall be administered by a licensed veterinarian. 5. Any surgical procedure or injection of any foreign substance or drug or the external application of any substance (irritant, counterirritant, or similar substance) which could affect the animal’s performance or alter its natural contour, conformation, or appearance, except external applications of substances to the hoofs or horns of animals which affect appearance only and except for surgical procedures performed by a duly licensed veterinarian for the sole purpose of protecting the health of the animal, is prohibited. 6. The use of showing and/or handling practices or devices such as striking animals to cause swelling, using electrical contrivance, or other similar practices are not acceptable and are prohibited. 7. Direct criticism or interference with the judge, fair or livestock show management, other exhibitors, breed representatives, or show officials before, during, or after the competitive event is prohibited. In the furtherance of their official duty, all judges, fair and livestock show management, or other show officials shall be treated with courtesy, cooperation and respect and no person shall direct abusive or threatening conduct toward them. 8. No owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person shall conspire with another person or persons to intentionally violate this code of ethics or knowingly contribute or cooperate with another person or persons either by affirmative action or inaction to violate this code of ethics. Violation of this rule shall subject such individual to disciplinary action. 9. The application of this code of ethics provides for absolute responsibility for an animal’s condition by an owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or participant whether or not he or she was actually instrumental in or had actual knowledge of the treatment of the animal in contravention of this code of ethics. 10. The act of entering an animal is the giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person to have disciplinary action taken by the fair or livestock show for violation of this Code of Show Ring Ethics and any other rules of competition of the fair or livestock show without recourse against the fair or livestock show. The act of entering an animal is the giving of consent that any proceedings or disciplinary action taken by the fair or livestock show may be published with the name of the violator or violators in any publication of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, including Fairs and Expositions and any special

notices to members. 11. The act of entering of an animal in a fair or livestock show is the giving of verification by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person that he or she has read the IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics and understands the consequences of and penalties provided for actions prohibited by the code. It is further a consent that any action which contravenes these rules and is also in violation of federal, state, or provincial statutes, regulations, or rules may be released to appropriate law enforcement authorities with jurisdiction over such infractions.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR: • If, in the opinion of the Department Superintendent, an exhibitor who violates any of the rules governing the Fair or any violation of this Code will result in forfeiture of premiums and awards, disqualification, possible loss of sale proceeds, and probationary status and/or loss of eligibility for future competition at the Rockingham County Fair or other penalties as deemed appropriate by the Department Superintendent, Fair President and the General Manager. • An overview committee consisting of at least three people generally recognized as knowledgeable of livestock management and exhibition are responsible for the administration of this Code. Their decisions are final and are not subject to appeal. • The Board of Directors of the Rockingham County Fair Association reserves the right to interpret all rules and regulations and resolve any situation which may arise and is not restricted by the lack of an omission of a specific rule or regulation.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WHOLESOME MEAT ACT The United States Department of Agriculture Wholesome Meat Act applies to the sale of market livestock sold during the Rockingham County Fair as follows: a. Animals must be in good health and carcasses free of drugs or chemical residues. b. Antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and sulfonamides have required withdrawal periods. c. Drug label directions for use and withdrawal periods must be followed. d. If drug or other chemical residues are found in tissue of carcasses, the entire carcass may be condemned. If drug or other chemical residues are found in tissue of carcasses of animals sold through sale or sales connected with the Rockingham County Fair, said show will in no way be liable or responsible for condition of carcass or sale price of animal. Exhibitor forfeits all rights to premiums and the sale price. Before administering antibiotics and/or sulfonamides, consult a licensed practicing veterinarian, or label directions of the drug.

ANIMAL RIGHTS DEMONSTRATIONS: Should a demonstration occur during the Rockingham County Fair, PLEASE follow these guidelines: •DO NOT debate with demonstrators •REMAIN CALM if an event is disrupted •DO NOT talk to the media regarding the demonstration. A direct confrontation with demonstrators only provides them with the attention they seek. Please alert Fair officials to any questionable activity.

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MEMBERS OF FAIR ASSOCIATION American Red Cross

Keezletown Ruritan Club

Belmont Ruritan Club

Kiwanis Club of Harrisonburg

Bergton Ruritan Club

Linville-Edom Ruritan Club

Bridgewater Rotary Club

McGaheysville Ruritan Club

Bridgewater Ruritan Club

Montezuma Ruritan Club

Briery Branch Ruritan Club

Mt. Crawford Ruritan Club

Broadway Lions Club

Northern Rockingham Stewards (formerly Bway/Tville Jaycees)

Broadway-Timberville Chamber of Commerce

Port Republic Ruritan Club

Broadway-Timberville Ruritan Club

Rockingham County 4-H Clubs

Clover Hill Ruritan Club

Rockingham County Ag Teachers

Cross Keys-Mill Creek Ruritan Club Dayton American Legion Auxiliary

Rockingham County Farm Bureau Association

Dayton American Legion Post #27

Rockingham County FFA Federation

Dayton Ruritan Club

Rockingham Young Farmers Assoc.

Dayton Ruritan Club

Rockingham Young Farmers Assoc.

Elkton Lions Club

Shenandoah Valley Builders Association

Elkton Ruritan Club

Shenandoah Valley Kennel Club

Fulks Run Ruritan Club

Shenandoah Valley Soil & Water Conservation District

Girl Scouts of VA Skyline Council Grottoes Ruritan Club Harrisonburg Lions Club Harrisonburg Rotary Club Harrisonburg/Rockingham Chamber of Commerce

Singers Glen Ruritan Club Stonewall Jackson Area Boy Scout Council Tenth Legion/Mountain Valley Ruritan Club Timberville Lions Club West Rockingham Ruritan Club


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Saturday, June 19, 2021

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR PAGEANTS 2021 MISS, JUNIOR MISS, AND MRS. ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR PAGEANT

2019 MISS & MASTER ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR PATEANT

“Rolling out In Our Red High Heels“

“Rolling out In Our Red High Heels“

SATURDAY, AUGUST 7TH 6:00 PM @ THE ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR EXHIBIT HALL

SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 2021 at 12:00 PM ROCKINGHAM CO. FAIR EXHIBIT HALL IMPORTANT INFORMATION: CONTESTANT MUST RESIDE IN ROCKINGHAM COUNTY OR HARRISONBURG CITY LIMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE!

Open to Augusta, Page, Shenandoah, Greene & Madison Counties IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Deadline to enter is at first practice/rehearsal which is Tuesday, August 3rd at 6pm at the Exhibit Hall. All forms/paperwork, photogenic pictures, ads and payment must be completed and turned in at this time. No exceptions 2nd rehearsal/practice will be held on Thursday, August 5th @6 pm, same location. Rehearsal/practice is mandatory for all. Entry Fee is $75.00. Junior Miss & Miss contestants must submit 5 typed copies of their application. Mrs. Contestants only need 1 copy. Interview competition is held on Friday night August 6th at 6pm for Miss & Jr. Miss. Forms available for download at www.rockinghamcountyfair.com Payment is to be turned in at registration.

Door Admission to the pageant is $7.00 and program books are $10.00.

MISS ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR: Age 16-23** Competition will consist of Personal Interview, Personality Wear, Evening Gown, Photogenic and On Stage Question. The winner will receive Fair crown, custom sash, flowers, trophy, gifts, and $750.00 cash after all fair queen duties have been completed. Two runners up will receive trophies. Interviews will be held on Friday night, interviews will last 5minutes, and attire is professional. The winner will represent the Rockingham County fair at the Virginia Association of Fairs pageant held in January of 2022 at the discretion of the pageant director. **The age category is for this year ONLY, due to Covid in 2020. Contestants must be 23 on or prior to August 7th**

JUNIOR MISS ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR: Age 15-17 Competition will consist of Personal Interview, Personality Wear, Evening Gown, Photogenic and On Stage Question. The winner will receive: Fair crown, custom sash, flowers, trophy, gifts, and $150.00 cash after all fair queen duties have been completed. Two runners up will receive trophies. Interviews will be held on Friday night & will last 5 minutes each. Attire is professional.

MRS. ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR: Must be 21 Years old and currently married & living with a spouse. Competition will consist of Evening Gown, Sportswear, Photogenic and a simple on stage question. The winner will receive: Fair crown, custom sash, flowers, trophy, gifts, and $150.00 cash after all fair queen duties have been completed. Two runners up will receive trophies.

GENERAL INFORMATION PLEASE READ Opening Number T-Shirts will be provided and may be accessorized but not altered. All contestants must wear Dark black jeans, with Red Heels. No holes OR distressed jeans! Contestants are not judged during opening number and numbers will not be worn. PERSONALITY WEAR: All contestants will wear their choice of attire, which should reflect your unique style. NO GLITZ OR GLAMOUR WEAR. This is not theme related. PHOTOGENIC: Pictures must be submitted with name on back. No larger than 8x10 and no frames allowed. You may submit up to 3 pictures. Turn in at initial registration on Tuesday night. Each extra picture is 10.00 each. EVENING GOWN: Dresses should be age appropriate. On stage question and crowning will take place in evening gowns. AD INFORMATION: All contestants must sell one ½ page ad for the program book which costs $30.00 per ½ page. You may purchase a whole page ($50.00) or more than one page or half page. Be creative. This info must be submitted by first practice, Aug 3rd to Mike at Rockinghamfairpageant@gmail.com. Please submit in PDF format. All ads will be placed in the program books which go on sale Friday night at interview competition for $10.00 each. One winner from most ads sold. Contestants bringing 5 or more NEW books for grades Pre-K thru 8th will receive 2 free pit passes to a fair concert during fair week. Concert to be announced.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, please call Pageant Director Melissa Shifflett Stum @ 540-820-1930 or Keli Andrews @ 540-435-0491. Please no phone calls after 9pm. Paperwork questions call Heidi @ Fair Office 540-434-0005 • Winners of all three divisions are expected to only represent Rockingham County Fair title when making public appearances in the Rockingham Co. area for the 2021/22 calendar year. This year’s fair is August 16th-21st. A tentative schedule should be available the week of rehearsal, but some events, days and/or times may be subject to change. • The Miss Queen will not be allowed to compete in any other pageant system during her reign as Miss Rockingham County Fair 2021/22. • Forms must be either typed or computer printed and ready to hand in at Registration/rehearsal. This includes payment, photos, and ads. Miss & Jr. Miss must submit 5 copies.

Deadline for Entries is Saturday, August 1st Forms may be dropped off at the fair Office prior to the deadline. (4808 S. Valley Pike) Entries received after August 1st and at the door will be accepted only with $20.00 late fee. Forms may also be completed online and submitted with payment via www. rockinghamcountyfair.com. AGE DIVISIONS & ORDER OF EVENTS: Boys 0-3 Girls 0-11 months, 12-23 months, 2-3, 4-5, 6-8, 9-11 & 12-14

BEAUTY COMPETITION: Entry Fee is $70.00. Pageant attire is expected for girls and Sunday best for boys. Winner and 2 runner ups given in each division. Winners to receive a Beautiful Crown, trophy, and banner. Personality winner also chosen. Runner ups to receive trophy. Participation trophy or gift given to all not receiving another award. Modeling judged on girls age 4 and up. PHOTOGENIC COMPETITION: Entry Fee is $10.00, and photo may be brought to the pageant. Pictures must be 8x10 or smaller, no frames. Label them with name and age group on the back. One winner in each division. Extra photos can be entered for additional $10.00 each. GENERAL INFORMATION, PLEASE READ! 1. Dressing Room area is provided, and this area will be made bigger than year’s past. Please be considerate of your space. One person allowed with each contestant. No men are allowed in the dressing areas. Extension cords and racks are encouraged. 2. Past queens may not re-enter the same division they have won and must sit out 1 year regardless of age division changes. 3. Door Admission is $7.00. One parent admitted free. All hair and make-up artist pay door admission. Doors will not be open until 11am for EVERYONE. Program books are $10.00 each. 4. No numbers are posted on Social Media. 5. Checks need to be made payable to the fair and any returned check will be charged $50.00 return fee. May also use PayPal. 6. This is a fundraiser pageant; Volunteers dedicate their time. No unsportsmanlike conduct will be tolerated. Anyone conducting themselves in a rude or unprofessional manner will be not be allowed to enter back into the pageant for 2 years and no refunds will be given. FORMS CAN BE COMPLETED AND MAILED WITH PAYMENT TO: Melissa Shifflett Rockingham Co. Fair Pageant 2021 S. Eastside Hwy Elkton, VA 22827 Voice mails can be left for Melissa @ 540-820-1930 or Keli @ 540-435-0491 No calls after 9pm.


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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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2021 ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR ALL BREED HORSE SHOW SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH 8:00 A.M. , 10:30 A.M. AND 4:30 P.M. $80 PREPAID “all day” show fee per horse mailed and postmarked on or before PREPAY date of August 17th, 2021 If you missed the PREPAY date…. the “all day” show fee per horse will be $100 The PREPAY date will be strictly adhered to……NO EXCEPTIONS. Entry fee must accompany entry form. The volunteers of the Alphabet Series Horse Shows are proud to offer their help to the Rockingham County Fair for the Fair’s 2021 All Breed Horse Show. Please make checks to: Rockingham County Fair All Breed Horse Show Send check, entries and coggins to: Debbie Huffman 1250 Mt. Olivet Church Rd. Elkton, VA 22827 e-mail: alphabet.series@yahoo.com for entry form or call or text 246-2900 for more information *************PLEASE READ************* RULES AND REGULATIONS ************* PLEASE READ *********** 1. Save yourself $20….get your $80 show fee in

the mail and postmarked by the PREPAY date— don’t forget to include your entry form, waiver and COPY of your coggins. It is not the Fair’s responsibility to mail your original coggins back to you. 2. Insurance requires hard hats for exhibitors 18 yrs. and under. Hard soled boots are required for every rider. Exhibitors wearing tennis shoes or flip flops will NOT be allowed to enter ring. 3. The Virginia Equine Law is in effect. 4. The safety of your children is not the responsibility of the Show or any Horse Show participant. 5. Substitutions will be accepted. 6. STALLIONS may not be shown by riders 18 or under. If you ride a stallion take care you are not the cause of some innocent rider or horse being injured. 7. Academy riders welcome. 8. NO DOGS, ATV’s, or ALCOHOL. Chairs, umbrellas or blankets are NOT permitted within ten (10) feet of the show ring. 9. Any entry exhibiting unruly or dangerous behavior will be asked by the ringmaster to leave the ring. Our equine insurance carrier requires kickers to have a red ribbon displayed on their tail. Mistreatment of animals will not be tolerated. 10. Good sportsmanship and courtesy are to be displayed at all times at this event. Persons “throwing” ribbons down on the ground will be asked to leave. Disrespect shown to judges or

staff will result in a request to leave the grounds. Creating a family atmosphere is our goal! 11. Any exhibitor whose check is returned for insufficient funds, etc., will be charged a $50.00 service fee in addition to money owed and amount due will be paid by cashier’s check or money order. 12. For purposes of this show, a juvenile is a rider who has not reached their 18th birthday as of January 1, 2021. 13. Changes/additions and rules announced on show day take precedence over preprinted information. 14. Schooling horses are welcome but will be charged a $30 “all day” entry fee … you will be given a number but you will not be judged. 15. The judges are required to have an “old fashioned work out” with classes having more than 15 horses. 16. In the issue of fairness….the judge will be required to place an exhibitor from each breed in the “all” breed classes.

8:00 A.M. CLASSES:

1. Beginner Equitation Over Fences – 18 inch jumps – Course A (course may be trotted or cantered, judged on proper rider position) 2. Beginner Equitation Over Fences – 18 inch jumps – Course B (course may be trotted or cantered, judged on proper rider position) 3. Low Hunter Over Fences (Open to Horses and Ponies) Course A – 2 Foot Jumps 4. Low Hunter Over Fences (Open to Horses and Ponies) Course B– 2 Foot Jumps 5. Open Hunter Over Fences (Open to Horses and Ponies) Course A – 2’6” Jumps 6. Open Hunter Over Fences (Open to horses and Ponies) Course B – 2’6” Jumps 7. * Field Hunter Over Fences* 8. Hunter Hack – Walk, trot and canter and jump 2 foot jumps. 9. Beginner Equitation Under Saddle – Walk, Trot 10. Low Hunter Under Saddle – Walk, Trot and Canter 11. Open Hunter Under Saddle – Walk, Trot and Canter 12. Beginner Pleasure Hunter – WT (Walk, Trot) 13. Open Pleasure Hunter – Walk, Trot and Canter 14. Open Hunter Equitation – Walk, Trot and Canter— Judged on Proper Riding Position . THIS SESSION WILL NOT START BEFORE 10:30 A.M. 15. Lead Line- child to be led by an adult on horse or pony. Handicapped riders welcome. NO ENTRY FEE. 16. Showmanship Class- entries to be shown in hand. Open to any horse, pony or mini. 17. Halter – open to any horse, pony, donkey or mini. 18. Trail class- walk, your pleasure gait and canter 19. Open Beginner Rider – Open to any rider in first two years of showing. Walk, trot/jog. 20. Western GAYP Stock type – Walk and jog. No canter. 21. Open Western Pleasure- walk, jog, lope. Proper western attire 22. Youth Pleasure- walk and trot or pleasure gait. Riders 17 and under 23. Open Pleasure Stock type – Walk, trot/jog and lope/canter. 24. Youth Hunter Under Saddle- walk, trot and canter. Riders 17 years and under 25. **Field Hunter Under Saddle -Walk and trot ** No canter. 26. **Field Hunter Under Saddle- Walk, trot and canter ** Field Hunter will be judged on suitability as a true fox hunting horse. The Field Hunter should be obedient to rider’s aids, accepting of contact, and exhibit forwardness in a calm and relaxed manner. Horses will be asked to demonstrate lengthening and shortening of stride within trot and canter, as well as halt and rein-back. Conformation should be conducive to a balanced and athletic horse with a comfortable ride.

29. Pick-up Rider – Timed event. 30. Water Glass 31. Keyhole Race – Timed Race 32. Musical Poles 33. Ants in your pants – Timed event. put an extra pair of pants on at the end of the ring….zipped and buttoned and race back! 34. Ride a Buck – you must ride bareback and provide your own dollar bill. Dropped dollars to be given to ringmaster and winner takes all! 35. Pole Bending – Timed event. 36. Open end barrel -Timed event. Exhibitor rides to opposite end of ring...goes to far end of the barrel... dismounts...crawls thru barrel…...remounts….rides back! We hope your horse ground ties!!! Ye ha!!!!

4:30 P.M. EVENING SESSION 37. Let’s have a CAKE WALK! Open to exhibitors, trainers, owners, spectators, kids, moms, dads, grandmas, aunts and uncles…. even the judges and all the volunteers! No need to own a horse! Just come on in and enjoy the fun! You could be the winner of one of our cakes! When the number is called….just keep walking until you find it…… pull that sticker off the rail, present it to the “cake presenter” and get your cake! You’ll have a fun time! …..afterwards take a fifteen minute break! 38. Stick Horse Class – Bring your own stick horse—open to all ages….a judged class. NO ENTRY FEE 39. Lead Line – child to be led by an adult on horse or pony….a judged class. Handicapped riders welcome. NO ENTRY FEE 40. *Championship Barrels –Timed event. Only 1st through 5th place winners in Class 27 are eligible for this Championship Barrel class. Let the fun begin……. let ‘em roll on! 41. All Breed Beginner Rider – riders of all ages in their first 2 yrs. of showing. Walk and your pleasure gait. No canter. Only rider’s ability to be judged.

42. All Breed “Spectator to Judge” class – “our” judge will pick a spectator from the grandstand to “be” the judge! 43. Good ‘ol Boys and Girls- ride what you got and wear what you want! No show clothing. No canter. 44. Lite-shod pleasure- walk and pleasure gait. Shoe not to exceed ¾”x3/8” 45. Open Equitation – walk and pleasure gait. No canter. Individual work out and question. 46. Open Western Pleasure– Walk and trot/jog and lope. 47. Backyard Pleasure –walk and your pleasure gait. No canter. Judged on which horses “the judge” would most want to take home and keep for his/ herself as just a good “all-around” horse. 48. Lady’s Pleasure Horse—Walk, and your favorite gait 49. Men’s Pleasure Horse—Walk, and your favorite gait TEN MINUTE BREAK 50. Spots on the Rail --Show walk and show gait *Rules for barrels – for each barrel knocked over, 51. All Breed Pleasure with Canter --horses to there will be an additional 5 second penalty…per show at a walk, trot/jog/easy gait, and canter or barrel…added to your final time. Excessive abuse (whipping or spurring of your horse) will result in your lope. 52. All Day Pleasure Easy Gait —walk and your disqualification at the discretion of the officials. favorite easy gait. No canter. 27. *Clover Leaf Barrels - Timed event.

* Field hunter jump classes: The field hunter should demonstrate suitability for following foxhounds across the countryside. Horses to be judged on correct form over fences, manners, agility, attentiveness to the rider’s aids, and the ability to think and be a partner. Horses will be asked to jump a course with broken and/or bending lines, variable height fences and be asked to trot a jump during 28. Egg in Spoon the course.

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ALL BREED HORSE SHOW continued

SECTION 1 - BEEF CATTLE

We strongly encourage good sportsmanship and try to present a good family atmosphere for our exhibitors and spectators as well! NOTE: For those of you who want to lower your entry fee….why not get a sponsorship….. send it along with the balance of your entry fee. Example: a $50 sponsorship from your “aunt/uncle” plus your $30 = an $80 entry fee. NOTE: Announcer will ONLY call for the gaits specified on the class list.

make an extra effort to thank the volunteers (who have worked tirelessly with no pay). Without their generosity, we would not be here today. Have a safe trip home! We hope to see you again next year!!

NOTE: A 2 minute gate call will be strictly enforced by the announcer.

NOTICE: your entry fee must accompany your PRE PAID entry...if not, you will be charged a $100 entry fee. Entry form must include all requested information.

NOTE: There will be no additional classes added once program is printed.

To ease the congestion at the entry gate, a divide will be set up for entry and exit to and from the ring.

……and last but not least , let’s thank the Fair for giving the horsemen of Rockingham and surrounding Counties the opportunity for an equine showcase!!!

Obstacle – Timed event. Judging to be held outside of main ring from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for this class. Pending a volunteer takes this job! Class A. Horses, ponies and minis to be led. Class B. Horses, ponies and minis to be ridden. Juniors, Seniors and Adults All “props” will be provided!

Thank YOU for supporting the 2021 Rockingham County Fair All Breed Horse Show! We hope you had a great time and an enjoyable day! Please

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53. All Day Pleasure Trot/Jog —walk and jog/ trot. No canter. 54. Spotted easy gait-----trail walk and trail gait. 55. Spots on the Trail— walk and pleasure gait. Any breed…as long as you have spots… come on! 56. Country Pleasure—Open to any breed. Walk and your pleasure gait. No canter. 57. Pairs – walk and your pleasure gait. No canter. Judged on matching appearances and movement as a team. . 58. Juvenile Pleasure—Walk, your pleasure gait and back. No canter. Riders 17 yrs. and under. 59. All Breed Go-As-You-Please —Walk, easy gait/trot/jog. No canter. 60. Open Pleasure Championship - open to any breed…..walk and your favorite gait. In the issue of fairness, the judge has been instructed to select the best horse of each discipline when tying the class. 1st thru 8th Any person who wants to sponsor a class and provide prize money for that class is welcome to do so! ******************************************* Let’s leave a good impression…….don’t forget to pick up the trash around your trailer!

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Harrisonburg, Va.

RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. All entries and fees should be sent to Rockingham County Fair – Beef Department, 4808 S. Valley Pike, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 no later than July 01, 2021. Make checks payable to the Rockingham County Fair Association. Refunds will only be made with a veterinarian’s signed statement. 2. No bull over 1 year of age will be allowed in the ring without a nose-lead. 3. All cattle must be secured in a stall with halter and necktie at all times. (NO EXCEPTIONS). 4. The barn superintendents will check registration papers or application papers on Monday afternoon by visiting each exhibitors stall. All registered cattle born prior to January 1, 2021 must have registration papers. All registered cattle born after January 1, 2021 must have either registration papers or a copy of their application for registration papers. Any cattle not having valid registration/application papers will be shown in the commercial show. The Beef Department will check tattoos. 5. Only cattle being shown in recognized classes will be permitted in the beef barn. Animals for exhibit may be permitted in the beef section with prior approval of the livestock department chairman. 6. Only two animals per exhibitor will be allowed per class. Where there is no competition and first place ribbon is awarded, second place prize money will be given. 7. Any animal, which in the opinion of the livestock chairman constitutes a hazard, must be removed from the grounds. 8. NO FITTING. Cattle will be shown clean and groomed, but not fitted. 9. Showmanship will be voluntary for Junior Beef exhibitors. Showmanship will start at 8:30 AM Thursday morning. Entries will be divided into three classes as follows: (1) Experienced - 4 or more years experience with any beef type animals anywhere. (2) Junior – 2 or 3 years of showing experience with any beef type animals anywhere. (2) Novice – First year of showing experience with any beef type animals anywhere. 10. The rules and regulations to qualify as a Junior showman for the Beef Cattle Department will be the same for all JUNIOR LIVESTOCK. Juniors must be a bonafide Rockingham County 4-H or FFA member. 11. Animals shown in the Junior show must be owned and registered solely in the name of the exhibitor by June 1, 2021 (No transfer papers will be accepted). The bonafide 4-H or FFA member in whose name the animal is

entered, must also be the one to show the animal. In the event that this is not possible, another junior member may be permitted to show the animal with prior approval of the department superintendent prior to the time of the show. 12. The Junior/Open Cattle Show will be judged on Thursday morning beginning 8:30 AM in the following order: Junior Showmanship, Charolais, Hereford, Red Angus, Shorthorn, Simmental, Other Registered Breeds, Black Angus and commercial heifers (show order is subject to change). The Pee Wee Showmanship and Old Timers Showmanship will take place around 2:00pm or at the end of the breed that being exhibited at that time. 13. The Junior and Open Everett Terry Herdsman Awards will be given on Saturday to an open and junior exhibitor showing the best all around quality of a good sport, the cleanliness of his or her show area, and the willingness to help his or her fellow show person. The recipients of these awards will be chosen by a selected committee. The awards are sponsored by the Everett Terry Family. 14. ALL Livestock exhibitors must have their cattle on the grounds and unloaded by 12:00 PM Monday; NO EXCEPTIONS. These exhibits MUST REMAIN UNTIL 9:00 PM ON SATURDAY. Any beef exhibitor(s) leaving early or without prior approval of the department superintendent will FORFEIT HIS/HER PRIZE MONEY. 15. Premium money will be distributed by the barn superintendent at time of departure on Saturday. 16. One entry per exhibitor will be allowed to show in the Cow-Calf class. Only calves born between 1/1/20 and 6/1/20 and shown in Open or Junior classes are eligible to enter. 17. Entry Head Limits: a. There will be a limit of six (6) animals per exhibitor/registered owner. b. Junior Exhibitors may enter six (6) animals per breed up to two (2) different breeds with a maximum of twelve (12) head that number would include commercial heifers. 18. Lights will be turned out in the beef barn at 11:00 PM; no sleeping in the barn will be allowed. 19. Personal fans will be allowed but must be moving air in the same direction as the permanently installed fans. 20. There is a minimum of 6 head (combined male and female) requirement in order to qualify for an individual breed show. Breeds not meeting the 6 head minimum will be shown in the All Other Breeds Division. (ANY AND ALL RULES OF THE ROCKINGHAM


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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BEEF CATTLE  DEPT. A continued A - 46: RESERVE CALF CHAMPION HEIFER A - 47: Late Summer Yearling Heifer Calf Born Between July 1 & Aug. 31, 2019 A - 48: Early Summer Yearling Heifer Calf Born Between May 1 & June 30, 2019 A - 49:Late Junior Yearling Heifer born Between March 1 & April 30, 2019 A - 50: CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER A - 51: RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER A - 52:Early Junior Yearling Heifer Born Between Jan. 1 & Feb. 29, 2019 A - 53: Senior Yearling Heifer Born Between Sept. 1 & Dec. 31, 2018 A - 54: CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER A - 55: RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER A - 56:GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER A - 57: RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER A - 58:Cow-Calf Division

2020 Shianne Nesselrodt Award Grand Champion Market Steer. COUNTY FAIR PUBLISHED IN THE “FAIR CATALOG” APPLY TO ALL EXHIBITORS ALSO). THANKS FOR YOUR COOPERATION. PREMIUMS TO BE PAID ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1ST - $18 2ND - $15 3RD - $12 4TH - $9 5TH - $6 CLASS NO. A - 1: Junior Heifer Calf Born Between Jan. 1 & June 1, 2021 A - 2: Winter Heifer Calf Born Between Nov. 1 & Dec. 31, 2020 A - 3: Senior Heifer Calf Born Between Sept. 1 & Oct. 31, 2020 A- 4: CALF CHAMPION HEIFER A - 5: RESERVE CALF CHAMPION HEIFER A - 6: Late Summer Yearling Heifer Calf Born Between July 1 & Aug. 31, 2020 A - 7: Early Summer Yearling Heifer Calf Born Between May 1 & June 30, 2020 A - 8: Late Junior Yearling Heifer born Between March 1 & April 30, 2020 A - 9: CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER A - 10: RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER A - 11: Early Junior Yearling Heifer Born Between Jan. 1 & Feb. 29, 2020 A - 12: Senior Yearling Heifer Born Between Sept. 1 & Dec. 31, 2019 A - 13: CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER A - 14: RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER A - 15: GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER A - 16: RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER A - 17: Group of Two Heifers, Any Age, Owned By

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Exhibitor 18: Heifer - Bred and Owned By Exhibitor (Any Age, One Entry per Exhibitor) 19: Junior Bull Calf Born Between Jan. 1 & June 1, 2021 20: Winter Bull Calf Born Between Nov. 1 & Dec. 31, 2020 21: Senior Bull Calf Born Between Sept. 1 & Oct. 31, 2020 22:CALF CHAMPION BULL 23:RESERVE CALF CHAMPION BULL 24:Late Summer Yearling Bull Born Between July 1 & Aug. 31, 2020 25:Early Summer Yearling Bull Born Between May 1 & June 30, 2020 26:Late Junior Yearling Bull Born Between March 1 & April 30, 2020 27: CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL 28:RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL 29:Early Junior Yearling Bull Born Between Jan. 1 & Feb. 29, 2020 30: Senior Yearling Bull Born Between Sept. 1 & Dec. 31, 2019 31: Late Two Year Old Bull Born Between May 1 & Aug. 31, 2019 32:Early Two Year Old Bull Born Between Jan. 1 & April 30, 2019 33: CHAMPION SENIOR BULL 34: RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR BULL 35: GRAND CHAMPION BULL 36:RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL 37: Group of Two Bulls, Any Age, Owned By Exhibitor

A - 38:Bull – Bred and Owned By Exhibitor (Any Age, One Entry per Exhibitor) A - 39:Get Of Sire (4) Animals by One Sire (Either or Both Sexes) Can be Grouped by Different Owners A - 40: Best Five Head by One Owner A - 41: Cow-Calf Division COMMERCIAL HEIFER DIVISION CLASS NO. A - 42: Junior Heifer Calf Born Between Jan. 1 & June 1, 2020 A - 43:Winter Heifer Calf Born Between Nov. 1 & Dec. 31, 2019 A - 44: Senior Heifer Calf Born Between Sept. 1 & Oct. 31, 2019 A- 45: CALF CHAMPION HEIFER

JUNIOR BEEF – DEPARTMENT A Kymberly Coffman and Henry Terry Department Superintendent and CoSuperintendent

SECTION II – BEEF CATTLE RULES AND REGULATIONS The Junior Livestock Show will be held on Thursday beginning at 8:30 a.m. The same rules listed for Section 1 – Beef Cattle will be used for Junior Livestock Exhibitors. Class listings and premiums will be the same for all beef cattle, open and junior shows. The Alice Bowman Award is presented annually to the Supreme Grand Champion Heifer and Bull of the Junior Livestock Show. A monetary award is presented to each winner by the family of Alice Bowman, a dedicated mother and fair supporter. The Lester Estep Award is sponsored by the family and presented to the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the Cow/Calf Division of all breeds. A monetary award is given to the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion.


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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

DAIRY CATTLE  DEPT. B Rachel Smith & Tim Liskey, Department Superintendents (Revised May 2020) Breed Representatives: Ayrshire – Renee Morris Guernsey – Holstein – Tim Liskey Red & White – Lester Cobb Jersey – Jeff Smith Milking Shorthorn – Brown Swiss – David Seekford RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. The Dairy Show will be held on Tuesday of fair week at 8:00AM. The Show order for this year is as follows: Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, and Holstein, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn, Red and White. Only these breeds are eligible to be exhibited and shown at the Rockingham County Fair Dairy Show. 2. Open competition is open to out-of-county herds. Youth competition is restricted to youth exhibitors who are bona fide Rockingham 4-H Club and/or FFA members. 3. Entries close the 3rd Sunday of July at 7:00PM. Stall assignments will be based on pre-entries. NO additions except VA Sale of Stars purchases. (copy of purchase receipt must accompany addition and due to Mr. Tim Liskey by Monday following the Sale of Stars). 4. All entry fees should be paid by the entry deadline. They can be sent to Mr. Tim Liskey, 657 Cross Keys Rd, Rockingham, VA 22801 or paid online via the Rockingham County Fair Website (www. rockinghamcountyfair.com). Make checks payable to the Rockingham County Fair Association. Refunds will be made only with a veterinarian’s signed statement. 5. All cattle must be the property of the individual exhibiting them. 6. Registration certificates will be required on all open show exhibits. All dairy animals, original registration papers, and health papers must be at the fairgrounds by 12 Noon Monday of fair week. Grade animals must also have DHIA paper for the Junior Show. 7. No exhibitor shall win more than two premiums in any one class. 8. Space for tack and feed storage costs $5.00 per stall. Reserve extra stalls with your entry. 9. The storage of excessive amounts of hay, feed and straw will not be permitted in the barns and only if space is available after stall assignments have been made. This shall be at the discretion of the barn chairman.

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Area storing hay/feed/straw cannot be more than three tie rings/stalls and not stacked above the wooden tie walls. 10. Champion awards will not be made unless five or more individual animals of either sex are exhibited in each breed. 11. Point system for determining the Premier Awards is as follows: Placing - 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 Points – Senior Females – 20,18,16,14,12,10,8,6,4,2 Points – Junior Females – 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 12. Milkout at the discretion of the Judge. 13. All exhibits in this department are subject to the general rules of the Rockingham County Fair. See General Rules and Regulations for Health Requirements and Barn Area Rules. 14. Family Unit Defined: If a herd is registered in the names of the immediate members of a family, those persons may combine their entries as a “Family Unit”, and be considered as one exhibitor for Premier Breeder and/or Premier Exhibitor points or all individual family members may choose to be considered as individuals. Individual exhibitors must notify show management of their choice prior to the show. 15. Any cattle that are shown must be shown in the breed in which they are registered. In case an animal is dual registered, the animal must be shown in one breed or another, not in both. 16. Milk cows may leave at 12:00PM on Friday of fair week. Display areas and Heifers/calves must remain until 9:00PM Saturday of fair week. 17. To obtain an armband, passes or parking pass, you must have a dairy animal that is entered in the Dairy Show which is held on Tuesday of fair week. 18. No head/clipping shoots allowed in the dairy barn – must be kept in the grassy area between beef/dairy barns. 19. All advertising/sponsor signs cannot be larger than 22” X 28” in size and must be displayed in tack area. 20. No automatic watering systems for livestock will be permitted in the dairy barn. 21. No watering troughs allowed inside of the dairy barn. They must remain on the wash rack.


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

DAIRY CATTLE  DEPT. B SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS Believing it is in the best interest of all breeders of registered cattle to maintain a reputation of integrity and to present a wholesome and progressive image in the show ring the following lists those practices which are considered unacceptable in presenting registered animals in the show ring. The use of such practices or procedures is therefore considered unethical in the showing of registered cattle. 1. Misrepresenting the age and/or milking status of the animal for the class in which it is shown. 2. Balancing the udder by any means other than leaving naturally produced milk any or all quarters. 3. Setting the teats with mechanical contrivance or with the use of chemical preparation. 4. Treating or massaging any part of the animal’s body, particularly the udder, internally or externally with an irritant, counter-irritant or other substance to temporarily improve conformation or produce unnatural animation. 5. Minimizing the effects of crampiness by feeding or injecting drug depressants or applying packs or using an artificial contrivance or therapeutic treatment except normal exercises. 6. Blocking the nerves to the foot to prevent limping by injecting drugs. 7. Striking the animal to cause swelling in a depressed area. 8. Surgery of any kind performed to change the natural contour or appearance of the animal’s body, hide or hair. Not included is the removal of warts, teats and horns, clipping and dressing of hair and trimming of hooves. 9. Insertion of foreign materials under the skin. 10. Changing the color of hair at any point, spot or area on the animal’s body including the blackening of a gray spot. 11. The use of alcoholic beverages in the feed or administered as a drench. 12. Administration of a drug or any kind of prescription internally or externally prior to entering the show ring except for treating a recognized disease or injury and for tranquilizing bulls that may otherwise be dangerous to females in heat. For the purpose of this Code the term “drug”; shall mean any substance, the sale possession or use of which is controlled by license under Federal, State or local laws or regulations and any substance commonly used by medical or veterinary professions which affect the circulatory or central nervous system of a cow. 13. Criticizing or interfering with the judge, show management or other exhibitors while in the show ring or conduct detrimental to the breed or show.

SECTION I – TYPE CLASSES 2020 Show Order: Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, and Holstein, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn, Red and White. Heifer Classes

1st-$15, 2nd-$12, 3rd-$9, 4th-$6, 5th-$3 (open premiums) (unless otherwise stated ex. Rosette only receives a ribbon and no cash award) B-1. Spring Heifer Calf born March 1 through April 30, 2021 B-2. Winter Heifer Calf Calf born Dec. 1, 2020 through Feb. 28, 2021 B-3. Fall Heifer Calf born Sept. 1 through Nov. 30, 2020 B-4. Summer Heifer Calf born June 1 through August 31, 2020 B-5. Spring Yearling Heifer born March 1 through May 31, 2020 B-6. Winter Yearling Heifer born Dec. 1, 2019 through Feb. 28, 2020 B-7. Fall Yearling Heifer (not in milk) born Sept. 1 through Nov. 30, 2019 B-8. Junior Champion (Youth Show) – Rosette B-9. Reserve Junior Champion (Youth Show) – Rosette B-10. Junior Champion (Open Show) – Rosette B-11. Reserve Junior Champion (Open Show) – Rosette B-12. Junior Best of 3 females to consist of three animals all shown in the junior age classes, bred by exhibitor regardless of ownership. Cow Classes

1st-$25, 2nd-$20, 3rd-$15, 4th-$10, 5th-$5 (open premiums) (unless otherwise stated ex. Rosette only receives a ribbon and no cash award) B-13. Junior two year old cow (not necessarily in milk) born March 1 through August 31, 2019 B-14. Senior two year old cow born Sept. 1, 2018 through Feb. 29, 2019 B-15. Three year old cow born Sept. 1, 2017 through August 31, 2018 B-16. Four year old cow born Sept. 1, 2016 through August 31, 2017 B-17. Aged cow born before Sept. 1, 2016 B-18. Dry cow – any age freshened at least once B-19. Senior Champion (Youth Show) – Rosette B-20. Reserve Senior Champion (Youth Show) – Rosette B-21. Grand Champion (Youth Show) – Rosette B-22. Reserve Grand Champion (Youth Show) – Rosette B-23. Senior Champion (Open Show)– Rosette B-24. Reserve Senior Champion (Open Show) – Rosette

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B-25. Grand Champion(Open Show) – Rosette B-26. Reserve Grand Champion (Open Show) - Rosette Other Classes

1st-$15, 2nd-$12, 3rd-$9, 4th-$6, 5th-$3 (open premiums) (unless otherwise stated ex. Rosette only receives a ribbon and no cash award) B-27. Best Udder of Show (In milk) B-28. Dam and Daughter – two females, one to be the offspring of the other, may be owned by two exhibitors B-29. Produce of Dam to consist of two animals, any age, the produce of one cow. May be owned by two exhibitors B-30. Best of three females to consist of three females, any age, all bred by one breeder, one animal may be owned by another exhibitor Premier Awards

Placing - 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 Points – Senior Females – 20,18,16,14,12,10,8,6,4,2 Points – Junior Females – 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 B-31. Premier Exhibitor Award – Shall be made to the exhibitor credited with most points on no more than six (6) animals owned and exhibited. In case of multiple ownership, all points awarded for Premium exhibitor will be credited to the individual, partnership, syndicate or family unit who is exhibiting the animal – Banner B-32. Premier Breeder Award – Shall be made to the breeder of animals credited with the most points on no more than six (6) animals, exhibited by the breeder or other exhibitors. In determining the Premier Breeder, the breeder of the animal shall be the name of the person, partnership or syndicate as it appears on the registration certificate. There will be no splitting of Premier Breeder and/or Premier Exhibitor points – Banner

SECTION II – DAIRY PEE WEE CLASS Sponsored by Farm Credit of the Virginias 1. Ages 8 and younger as of September 30th of the current year. 2. Any dairy breed may be shown. 3. Any animal shown must have also been shown in the open or junior dairy show on Tuesday. 4. All participants will receive a ribbon – no premiums awarded. 5. Class starts at 7:00PM or as soon as completion of the Open & Junior Beef & Commercial Heifer Show.

SECTION III – JUST OLDER SHOWMANSHIP CLASS Sponsored by Greenmount Grain Roasting, LLC 1. All exhibits in class are subject to the general rules of the Rockingham County Fair Association and Dairy Department – Department B. See General Rules and Regulations for Health Requirements and Barn Area rules. 2. Participants must not qualify as a junior 4-H/FFA member of that year and be at least 18 years old. 3. Class will be judged strictly on Showmanship ONLY. Fitting is not considered in the judging of this showmanship class. Participant does not need to own the animal. 4. No cash premiums will be awarded for this class. Prizes will be donated by class sponsors. 5. Any dairy breed may be shown. 6. Class will be on Thursday night of the fair, following the Pee Wee Class.

SECTION IV- YOUTH DAIRY SHOW Rules & Regulations 1. All youth exhibitors must be bona fide Rockingham 4-H Club and/or FFA members meeting the following criteria: a. Youth entries may be exhibited by all bonafide Rockingham 4-H & FFA members who are 9 years old by September 30th of the current year. b. Final participation in the youth show is the show immediately following graduation from High School. c. 4-H & FFA exhibitors who participated in the previous year’s fair must turn in a project book for species they exhibited in order to be eligible to show this year. 2. Pre-entry and health requirements are the same as those for the Open Dairy Show. 3. Youth exhibitors may not show in the Open Show with non-registered (grade) stock. 4. Open competition is open to Rockingham County AND out-of-county herds. However, to show in the open competition the animal must be registered. 5. Cattle do not have to be registered to receive Junior Show premiums; grade animals are not allowed in the Open Show and will not receive Open Show premiums. 6. The Youth Dairy Show will be held simultaneously with the Open Show. After all animals have been placed, junior animals will be advanced and awarded Junior Show Premiums and Ribbons. 7. All cattle must be owned by the exhibitor. Ownership defined:


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Saturday, June 19, 2021

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

DAIRY CATTLE  DEPT. B

Harrisonburg, Va.

cont.

a. Animals must be registered in the name of the Youth member, or a partnership of Youth members, throughout the year exhibiting in order to qualify for Youth recognition. Adult-Youth and family or farm partnerships are NOT acceptable. b. For an animal (cow or heifer) being transferred to a Youth, or a partnership of Youth, the transfer application must be included with the fair entries (due the 3rd Sunday in July). c. The following actions will disqualify an animal from Youth recognition: i.

Transferring an animal in or out of a Youth’s name after the deadline

ii. Adding or dropping any adult or Youth member as owner after the deadline 8. There is also a 4-H/FFA Dairy Lease Agreement for youth that are interested in showing dairy animals without ownership. Contact the Dairy Barn Chairman or the Rockingham County Extension Office to receive a copy or explanation of the program. The Lease agreement is due to the Dairy Barn Chairman or the Rockingham County Extension office on the THIRD Friday of July. 9. Championship awards will not be made unless five (5) or more individual animals are exhibited in each breed. 10. Breed shows will be on Tuesday of fair week and will follow in the order stated in Open Dairy Show class listings. 11. Youth Fitting and Showmanship classes and CloverBud Showmanship will be held at 8AM, Tuesday of fair week, before type classes. 12. Youth Fitting and Showing is mandatory. If a youth does not participate in Youth Fitting and Showing they cannot receive Youth Premiums from Tuesday’s show. The youth would only be eligible to collect open premiums from Tuesday’s show. a. Permission for exception from Youth Fitting and Showing can be requested in writing to the Dairy Department Chairman. Chairman must receive a written request 4 days prior to the Youth Fitting and Showing Class. If there is a medical reason, a Doctor’s note must accompany a written request to be excused. The Chairman and Dairy Barn Committee will have the final decision and give a written response one day prior to the Youth Fitting and Showing class. b. All animals shown in Fitting and Showing classes must be owned by the exhibitor. 13. Classes will be formed for Youth Fitting and Showing based on age as of September 30th a. Ages 9-12 (Junior Division); 13-15 (Intermediate Division); 16-19 (Senior Division). b. Fun activity Thursday night is sponsored by C & C Farm Supply. Type Classes

1. Class listings are the same as listed above for the open show.

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2. Youth will receive premiums as follows for placing in youth competition, in addition to any premium won in the open placings: 1st - $15 2nd - $12 3rd - $10 3. All youth entries will receive a $10 participating premium for 3rd place and below in youth competition. Showing & Fitting Classes

CloverBud Showmanship- For those younger than a Junior 4-H member and enrolled as a current Cloverbud. Those participating in Cloverbud Showmanship Tuesday are not eligible for the PeeWee class held Thursday night of fair week, Dairy Fitting & Showmanship ages 9-12 as of September 30th 1st-$15, 2nd-$12, 3rd-$9, 4th-$6, 5th-$3 Dairy Fitting & Showmanship ages 13-15 as of September 30th 1st-$15, 2nd-$12, 3rd-$9, 4th-$6, 5th-$3 Dairy Fitting & Showmanship ages 16-19 as of September 30th 1st-$15, 2nd-$12, 3rd-$9, 4th-$6, 5th-$3 Junior Herdsman Awards

D-19. Junior Herdsman Award (Less than four animals)- (Premiums 1st-$25, 2nd-$15, 3rd-$10) to be awarded at the completion of the fair. Junior members will be observed during the Fair and judged on cleanliness and neatness of the exhibit area and the animal exhibited. Members of the same family may be considered individually or as a group depending on individual situations. Judges will not discriminate against exhibitors that do not use decoration in judging this competition for individuals or families with four animals or less. D-20. Junior Herdsman Award (More than four animals)-(Premiums 1st-$25, 2nd-$15, 3rd-$10) as above, except for individuals or families with more than four animals.

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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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OPEN BOER GOAT SHOW  DEPT. C **Tuesday August 17, 2021 at 9:00am** Michael and Elizabeth Myers, Chairs

1. Entries must be postmarked by July 1, 2020 and mailed to Michael and Elizabeth Myers, at 4365 East Point Rd., Elkton, Virginia 22827. Checks are to be made payable to the Rockingham County Fair Association. 2. Show is non-sanctioned but will be run in accordance with the American Boer Goat Association rules. 3. The base date for computing an animal’s age is August 17, 2021. 4. All bucks must be washed prior to coming to the Fair Grounds. (per Rockingham County Fair Association) 5. Registration papers are required for ALL percentage, purebred and fullblood animals. Registration papers or application papers must be presented to the department head upon arrival on the grounds if born after April 1, 2021. All goats born prior to April 1, 2021 must have registration papers and will be checked after arrival by the department superintendent. A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection is required for all Open Boer Goats. 6. After registration is received, no substitution of animals will be allowed without approval from Department Chair. No substitution will be authorized after August 10, 2021. 7. Any goat appearing to be in poor health or displaying any forms of infection, open abscesses or obvious signs of sore-mouth will not be allowed on the fair grounds. Show committee and/or veterinarian have the authority to request the animal be removed. 8. Any animal, which in the opinion of the livestock chairman and/or department chair, that constitutes a hazard, must be removed from the grounds. 9. All goats must be on the grounds and unloaded by 5:00 PM Sunday August 16 and remain in place until 9:00 PM Tuesday August 18. Exhibitors with other species showing at the Rockingham County Fair, have the option to stay all week until Saturday if space allows. Please indicate preference on entry form. Exhibitors who leave Tuesday night must clean pens before departing. Failure to comply will result in ineligibility for show the following year. 10. All goats must show in their respective individual classes in order to compete in the specialty classes. 11. Only goats being shown in classes at the fair will be allowed on the grounds. 12. All trailers must be moved to a designated parking area after unloading. 13. A $28.00 charge will be assessed for all checks not honored by local bank. 14. All exhibits in this department are subject to the General Rules of the Rockingham County Fair. See General Rules and Regulations for Health requirements and barn area rules. 15. Chairman has the right to cancel classes due to lack of entries or to adjust class ages.

SUNSHINE CLASS (Open to an individual up to the age of 22 with a developmental disability) CLASSES Premiums: 1st - $14 | 2nd - $12 | 3rd - $10 | 4th – $8 | 5th - $6

Doe Kids (0-3 months) Doe Kids (3-6 months) Doe Kids (6-9 months) Doe Kids (9-12 months) Champion Percentage Junior Doe Reserve Champion Percentage Junior Doe Yearling Does (12-18 months) Does (18-24 months) Does (over 24 months) Champion Percentage Senior Doe Reserve Champion Percentage Senior Doe Grand Champion Percentage Doe Reserve Grand Champion Percentage Doe

Born on or after May 17, 2021 Born on or after February 17, 2021 Born on or after November 17, 2020 Born on or after August 17, 2020

Born on or after February 17, 2020 Born on or after August 17, 2019 Born before August 17, 2019

Doe Kids (0-3 months) Doe Kids (3-6 months) Doe Kids (6-9 months) Doe Kids (9-12 months) Champion Fullblood Junior Doe Reserve Champion Fullblood Junior Doe Yearling Does (12-18 months) Does (18-24 months) Does (over 24 months)

FULLBLOOD BUCKS (INCLUDES PUREBRED) 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

Buck Kids (0-3 months) Buck Kids (3-6 months) Buck Kids (6-9 months) Buck Kids (9-12 months) Champion Junior Fullblood Buck Reserve Champion Fullblood Buck Yearling Bucks (12-18 months) Bucks (18-24 months) Bucks (over 24 months) Champion Fullblood Senior Buck Reserve Champion Fullblood Senior Buck Grand Champion Fullblood Buck Reserve Grand Champion Fullblood Buck Best Boer Goat in Show – “W.B. Carpenter, Jr. Award”

41. 42. 43.

Born on or after May 17, 2021 Born on or after February 17, 2021 Born on or after November 17, 2020 Born on or after August 17, 2020

Born on or after February 17, 2020 Born on or after August 17, 2019 Born before August 17, 2019

Doe and Offspring (one doe and one offspring) Produce of Dam (two offspring of same doe any age) Get of Sire (three offspring of same buck any age, any sex)

2021 ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR LIVESTOCK SHOW SCHEDULE Monday, August 16

Thursday, August 19

Market Hog Show at 5:00 p.m.

Open Beef Show at 8:30 a.m. and Open Sheep at 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, August 17

FULLBLOOD DOES (INCLUDES PUREBRED) 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Champion Fullblood Senior Doe Reserve Champion Fullblood Senior Doe Grand Champion Fullblood Doe Reserve Grand Champion Fullblood Doe

SPECIALTY CLASSES (ONE ENTRY PER REGISTERED OWNER)

PERCENTAGE DOES (50% OR HIGHER) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

23. 24. 25. 26.

Born on or after May 17, 2021 Born on or after February 17, 2021 Born on or after November 17, 2020 Born on or after August 17, 2020

Open Dairy Show at 8:00 a.m., Open Goat Show at 9:00 a.m., and Market Lamb Show at 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, August 18 Born on or after February 17, 2020 Born on or after August 17, 2019 Born before August 17, 2019

Market Steer Show at 8:00 a.m. and Market Goat Show at 1:00 p.m.

Friday, August 20 Market Animal Livestock Sale at 1:00 p.m. Order for Sale - Steers, Hogs, Lambs, and Goats


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Saturday, June 19, 2021

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

SHEEP  DEPT. D Martha Phillips – Dept. Superintendent Lisa Kanney – Assistant Superintendent We will be having a split-show once again this year; however, if you are showing other animals at the fair you may choose to bring your open sheep in on Sunday from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Otherwise, check-in will be Wednesday, August 18 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The Open Sheep Show will be held on Thursday, August 19 at 4:00 p.m. **No changes will be allowed after Monday, August 16** Open Sheep leaves Saturday night after 10:00 p.m.

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR OPEN AND JUNIOR DIVISIONS (ENTRY FORMS ONLINE AT: rockinghamcountyfair.com)

All exhibits in this department are subject to the general rules of the Rockingham County Fair Association and Show Ring Code of Ethics. See General Rules and Regulations for health requirements and barn area rules. 1. All exhibits must be in place by 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 18 and remain in place until 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 21, 2021. 2. All entries are open to Rockingham County residents and, depending on space, out of county entries will be accepted by invitation only. 3. In keeping with our goal of maintaining the reputation of Virginia’s finest agricultural county fair, the sheep superintendents will require that any sheep not in good health, good body condition, and properly groomed for public viewing, be immediately removed from the fairgrounds. 4. All sheep will be shown in short fleece and properly fitted. 5. Only two animals per exhibitor will be allowed per class. Only one entry in pairs, pen of 4 lambs and flock classes. A maximum of 8 head per breed, per exhibitor will be allowed for 2021. 6. Age Requirements-Yearling must be under 2 years at day of show; senior lambs must be born September 1 to December 31 of the preceding year. Intermediate lamb are born January 1-February 15 and junior lambs are born on February 16 and after of the current year. 7.

A clean bill of health must accompany all sheep being shown and signed by a licensed vet. Animals are not to be unloaded until Superintendent has checked health papers and approved unloading. Sheep diagnosed with lamb fungus, sore mouth or any other contagious disease will not be allowed on the fairgrounds. NO muzzles on sheep.

8. All pens will be assigned by the Department Superintendents. Check in will be on Sunday, August 15 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. OR Wednesday, August 19, from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 9. Judging starts at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 19. 10. Commercial whether type entries will include animals that are purebred and crossbred ewes and rams. Entries are encouraged from juniors who have ewe lambs NOT showing in the market lamb divisions. Any ewe lamb that was previously weighed in as a market animal and a 4-H/FFA tag was placed in its ear must be removed before entering the fairgrounds. State Fair tags are permitted to stay in animal’s ear. The only tags that should be visible are the farm tag and the scrapie tag. This division must be shown slick shorn. 11. Fresh water will be provided to sheep at all times by the exhibitor. 12. All sheep must be properly identified with an Official USDA Tag upon arrival at the fair. 13. Tack space will be eliminated to insure we have proper housing for the animals. No tack will be allowed until after noon on Monday and will be assigned by Superintendents. No more than one (1) day supply of feed and hay will be kept in the tack area. All bedding and extra feed must be kept in trailer or brought from home each day. All tack, as space permits, will be shared by several exhibitors.

Premiums are as follows: 1st place - $14 4th place - $8 2nd place – $12 5th place - $6 3rd place - $10

During the Show, John Sponaugle Memorial Awards will be presented to the winners of the Grand Champion Suffolk Ewe and Ram OPEN SHEEP – PUREBREDS AND COMMERCIAL Show Order for 2021 - Commercial, Cheviot, Hampshire, Suffolk, Southdown, Dorset SHOWMANSHIP- please indicate on entry if you are participating and birthdate. (Classes and Divisions may be split after all entries are received) Class 1 – PeeWee Showmanship – Anyone 8 and under (Judged) Sr. Showmanship-17-21 years old Class 2 – Jr. Showmanship (9-12 years old) Class 3 – Intermediate Showmanship (13-16 years old) Class 4 – Sr. Showmanship (17-21 years old)

Fun Class for PeeWees (Not Judged Officially) A fun class for any child under the age of nine (9). Borrow a sheep and let’s have some fun! Exhibitors are encouraged to have help if they want. Everyone will receive a Ribbon for Participation.

Class No./Name of Class 1- Yearling Ram 1 year, under 2 2- Senior Ram Lamb- born between Sept 1-Dec 31 3-Intermediate Ram Lamb-born between Jan 1-Feb 15 4- Junior Ram Lamb-born Feb 16 and after 5- Pair Ram Lambs Champion and Reserve Champion Ram 6- Yearling Ewe 1 year, under 2 7- Pair Yearling Ewes 8- Senior Ewe Lamb-born between Sept 1-Dec 31 9-Intermediate Ewe Lamb-born between Jan 1-Feb 15 10-Junior Ewe Lamb-born Feb 16 and after 11- Pair Ewe Lambs

Champion and Reserve Champion Ewe 13- Pen of 4 Lambs, both sexes 14- Flock, Ram under 2 years, 2 yearling Ewes, 2 Ewe Lambs

Supreme Grand Champion Ram and Ewe 15. Ole Timers Showmanship Calling all kids, husbands, wives and anyone who wants to have a good time at the fair – Open to anyone over the age of 21. Grab a sheep and show the young one’s how it’s done!

14. No more than 2-3 animals per pen. Overcrowding will not be tolerated. 15. Unfortunately, fitting areas may need to be in a designated area this year. In such an event, all fitting areas are to be cleaned and free from trash and wool after each fitting session. 16. Exhibitors will be responsible for disposing of wool to the designated area in the back of the barn (DO NOT PLACE WOOL AND WET BEDDING IN TRASH CANS). 17. Exhibitors entering animals, and in the event they are not brought to the fair, will forfeit pen space with no refund. Refunds will only be made with a veterinarian’s signed statement. Superintendent will reallocate extra pen space. 18. REGISTRATION AND HEALTH PAPERS MUST BE PRESENTED AT CHECK IN. Entries must be received no later than July 1, 2021. Online forms and payment only at https://www.rockinghamcountyfair.com/p/rentalinfo/open-sheep. Refunds will only be made with a veterinarian’s signed statement.

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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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4H & FFA LIVESTOCK SHOW & SALE  DEPT. E

2020-2021 STEER REGULATIONS (Revised November 2020) RockinghamMas.org

**The General Rules and Regulations provided by the Rockingham County Fair Association apply to the Market Livestock Show and Sale. All exhibitors, parents and volunteers are expected to be familiar and follow the rules and regulations provided here and by the Association. The pricing and exhibit check-in dates and times are subject to change and will be finalized at a later time. General Rules and Regulations are available on our website at RockinghamMas.org, Fair Office or on the Fair’s website (rockinghamcountyfair.com).** Exhibitor and Animal Eligibility 1) All exhibitors must be bona fide Rockingham 4-H Club and/or FFA members meeting the following criteria: a) Steers, lambs, hogs and goats may be exhibited by all bonafide 4-H & FFA members who are 9 years old by September 30th of 2021. b) 4-H & FFA membership i) 4-H Membership: 4-H members must be enrolled via http://v2.4honline.com/ by January 1st. ii) FFA Membership: FFA members must have an agriculture class scheduled for the current school year and be a member in good standing with their FFA chapter. Members must be listed on the state roster by the spring membership roster deadline. iii) Note: A seven calendar day grace period will be allowed for late 4-H/FFA memberships; however, exhibitors must register through the Extension Office during this grace period and will be assessed a monetary penalty of $75 per exhibitor. Therefore, all LATE 4-H/FFA membership entries and fees must be received in the Extension Office (by 5:00 PM) Friday, January 8, 2021. There will be no protests regarding late entries and NO membership forms will be accepted after this seven day grace period. c) Final participation in the show and sale is the show immediately following graduation from High School or the year they turn age 19 whichever comes first. d) 4-H & FFA exhibitors who weighed in a Market Steer(s) at the 2020 initial weigh-in must have turned in a project book for a Steer(s) in Fall of 2020 in order to be eligible to show and sell a Steer in the 2021 Fair. i) Project books are due on the following dates for the corresponding organization (1) 4-H: At your September club meeting unless otherwise specified by your club leader. (2) FFA: To your advisor by the last Monday in September. ii) Only one project book per species exhibited is required. iii) Members MUST use: (1) 4-H Member Record Books (a) Experienced Senior (publication 4H-691NP) (b) Experienced Junior (publication 4H-690NP)

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(c) Novice (publication 4H-689NP) (2) Agricultural Experience Tracker (AET) Record Book (FFA Only) e) If a youth is a member of 4-H and/or FFA in one or more of the following counties (Rockingham, Augusta, Page and Shenandoah), then the 4-H/ FFA members must choose to participate in only one county’s 4-H/FFA Market Livestock Show and Sale for that project year. Only bona fide Rockingham 4-H and FFA members as qualifying in general regulation No. 1 may be selected to show or sell in place of another exhibitor. If there is a conflict with students attending college, notification must be presented in writing by August 2, 2021 to the Extension Office for exhibitors to be allowed to sell by proxy. Approval will be determined on a case by case basis. All steers must have been born after January 1, 2020. Animals are subject to age verification by a certified veterinarian. All steers must be entered through the Google Form by Friday, January 15th, 2021 at 11:59PM. Note: A seven calendar day grace period will be allowed for late entries; however exhibitors must register via paper form during this grace period and will be assessed a monetary penalty of $50 per animal. Therefore, all LATE steer entries and fees must be received in the Extension Office (by 5:00 PM) or postmarked by Friday, January 22. There will be no protests regarding late entries and NO entry forms will be accepted after this seven day grace period. Steers must be the property of the 4-H & FFA member and fed and cared for by the member exhibiting, with no change of ownership after the date of January 15, 2021. NEW THIS YEAR: There will be a fee of $5/entry charged. This is to help cover the costs of RFID tags, payment processing, etc. The fee needs to be sent to the Rockingham Extension Office with the check payable to 4-H/FFA Livestock Show & Sale Committee. Youth exhibitors are expected to care for and groom their animals for the entire duration of the project. While 4-H leaders and volunteers, FFA advisors, siblings, and other family members are encouraged to offer support and guidance, the majority of the care, maintenance, and fitting of project animals should be left to the exhibitor with the goal of providing a hands-on, educational experience. We prefer that all exhibitors register for showmanship via FairEntry.com to participate in Showmanship Classes by Wednesday, August 11, 2021 but will accept entries until Final Weigh-In. These classes are judged strictly on showmanship. Fitting is not considered in the judging of showmanship classes. All market species are subject to visitations by specie chairmen. Any violation of any rule may result in a fine, probation, and/or banning from future livestock show and sales.

WEIGH-INS 9) Initial weigh-in will be held on Saturday, February 20, 2021 at Rockingham Livestock Sales (Snow Date: March 6th). All steers are to be brought to this location to be weighed and identified. Steers not tagged and weighed that day are ineligible

for the show and sale. 10) All steers will be required to have a halter on them before being unloaded at initial weigh-in. It is recommended that all steers be broke to lead at initial weigh-in. 11) It is required that all calves be dehorned and fully castrated before initial weigh-in to be eligible to show and sell. If banding method is used, banding must have occurred at least two weeks prior to the weigh-in and have evidence of scrotal atrophy at the initial weigh-in. There shall be no visible or palpable evidence of testicles. If not, that steer will be ineligible to show and sell at the Rockingham County Fair. 12) Each exhibitor shall be allowed to nominate and weigh in a maximum of three steers at the initial weigh in. 13) A family may designate one steer of those weighed-in as a family spare, which may be used by any immediate sibling of that family. a) Family must identify the one steer as the “family spare” at initial weigh-in. b) Family must notify the Extension Office in writing by final weigh-in if the steer is going to be used and which family member will be using it. c) This option can be used as an alternative to weighing in three animals per exhibitor. i) Example: (1) Not using the spare option- which means you may not interchange the steers. A family with three children would weigh-in a maximum of nine steers. (2) Using the spare option for a family of three, you would weigh-in a maximum of seven steers with one being designated the family spare that could be interchangeable. 14) Substitutions with other exhibitor’s animals will not be allowed, unless they are using the family spare option. 15) All Bred and Owned animals must be designated at the initial weigh-in by filling out the B&O Part 1 Paperwork. Rockingham Bred and Owned animals must meet the following description, “The immediate family must own the dam at time of service and conception and the exhibitor must have continuously cared for the market animal since birth”. Part 2-B&O Pictorial story is due by Friday, July 9th. 16) Final weigh-in time is by appointment. 17) Each exhibitor is allowed to bring no more than two steers to final weigh-in. 18) Each exhibitor may only bring three total market animals to the final weigh-in (maximum of two per specie) unless they are a graduating senior. Graduating seniors may bring four total market animals to final weigh-in (maximum of two per specie). Animals presented at final weigh-in will be considered exhibitor’s official selections. 19) No re-weigh will be allowed. 20) Those steers that are determined by the Steer Chairmen as not being broke to lead by exhibitor at FINAL weigh-in will not be allowed to be shown or sold. Any steer that constitutes a safety hazard at any time as deemed by steer chair(s) will be sent home immediately and will not be eligible for show or sale. 21) All steers will be weighed prior to showing and selling. The final weigh-in will be Sunday, August 15, 2021 at Shenandoah Valley Livestock Sales.

Steers must weigh between 1050-1600 pounds and Grade “Select” or better by officials of the Virginia Division of Markets Grading Service in order to show and sell. Steers not meeting the qualifications will be disqualified from the show and sale and will not unload at fairgrounds and must return home the day of weigh-in. 22) Animal Accident Protocol at Weigh-In a) Initial Weigh-In Animal Injury/Death i) Physical Injury/Death occurring at the weigh-in site must be reported to the Extension Office (540-564-3080) on the weigh-in date and include vet confirmation. ii) Vaccine death needs to be reported to Extension Office (540-564-3080) or the appropriate specie chair within 24 hours of initial weigh-in and include vet confirmation. iii) A replacement animal needs to be nominated to Extension Office (540-564-3080) within 7 days from vet confirmation. iv) Replacement animal needs to be verified by an Extension Office (540-564-3080) and/or specie chairman v) Replacement animal is not eligible for Rate of Gain awards. b) Final Weigh-In Animal Injury/Death i) Physical Injury/Death occurring at the weigh-in site must be reported to the Extension Office (540-564-3080) on the weigh-in date and include vet confirmation. ii) If physical injury/death occurs at final weigh-in site, exhibitor can substitute a spare animal if it was previously nominated in individual’s name.

SHOW AND SALE 23) Each exhibitor can show and sell no more than three market animals total and not more than two animals of each species. Graduating seniors may show and sell four market animals total and not more than two animals of each species. 24) Each exhibitor must show and sell his or her own animal(s) unless the exhibitor has more than one animal in the same class or is unable to attend the show and sale because of sickness or death in the immediate family. Other cases will be evaluated by the Executive Committee on a case by case basis. For these reasons only will an exhibitor be exempt. Exhibitors that cannot show or sell due to an injury or illness, must be present at the show and sale if physically possible. Exhibitors must submit a written request to the Specie Chairperson at least 24 hours before the show if they will not be showing their own animal. Non-compliance with this ruling will disqualify the animal from the show and sale. 25) If you show you must sell or you will forfeit participation in the next year’s show. 26) Prior to entering the ring, parents/guardian are to inform the Steer Co-Chairmen if they feel their child may have a problem in handling the steer Parents are not to enter the show ring. 27) 4-H & FFA steer exhibitors must enter the show ring leading their steer on their own. 28) Steer Co-Chairmen will be attentive to the exhibitors and if handling problems occur will assist exhibitor in tying the steer to the rail of the show ring.


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Harrisonburg, Va.

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2020 GRAND CHAMPION GOAT EVA TOBIN 29) In all showmanship classes, the exhibitor must be showing his or her own steer. 30) Steer classes will be based on Weight Division (not breed) with a maximum of 10 steers/class. 31) The Steer Judge will be instructed to place all steers according to quality traits and not on handling ability. 32) All exhibitors are required to wear appropriate dress in both the show ring and sale ring. Inappropriate dress and appearance are: a) Clothing with negative, indecent language or symbols. b) Excessively tight or short garments. c) Exposed undergarments. d) Clothing with holes, tears, or slashes. e) Halter tops/tube tops. f) Tank tops with straps of less than 2 inches in width and/or cut low enough to show bosom. g) Skirts or dresses that do not reach mid-thigh (below fingertips) or do not cover appropriate body parts. h) Belly shirts that expose excessive midriff. i) See through blouses, skirts, or pants. j) Any adornment that can be perceived as or used as a weapon. k) Headgear of any type should not be worn. 33) All species must be washed and clean to participate in the show and sale. 34) All eligible animals must show and sell. Any animal unable to participate in a market class due to health reasons but has participated in the showmanship class, will place last in their respective market class and sell accordingly. 35) The sale order for the 2021 4-H/FFA Livestock Show and Sale will be STEERS, HOGS, LAMBS, and GOATS. 36) All livestock will be sold by the pound. 37) It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to have his or her livestock lined up in the proper specie

2020 GRAND CHAMPION HOG LUCAS MYERS

sale order when time to sell. If not in proper sale order then livestock will be sold at the end of the specie sale order. If an exhibitor does not show up to sell their livestock then the livestock will be sold at floor. 38) A Sale Commission & Advertising Fee/animal + check off (if applicable) will be collected on each head of livestock sold at the 4-H & FFA Livestock Sale as follows:

COMMISSION & ADVERTISING CHECK-OFF Steers 2.0% $1 per head = ($.50 State, $.50 National) Lambs 2.0% $1.25 per head (State and National) Goats 2.0% No Check-Off Hogs 2.0% (.004 * total dollars realized per head) ***All commission, fees, etc. are subject to change*** 39) Bye bidding is discouraged. This means if parents or siblings bid on livestock of their child or sibling then, they must purchase it. Buyers should bid with the intention to purchase.

FAIR WEEK 40) Fitting of market steers is allowed, but it must be done in an ethical manner following the guidelines set forth below. a) The Rockingham County 4-H/FFA Livestock Committee reserves the right to disqualify any animal that has been fitted in an unethical manner. Unethical fitting shall include (but not limited) the following: i) The addition of any hair or hair like substances, including false tail heads and false polls. ii) The cutting, tearing or gluing of the hide or underneath the hide or removal of tissue in an attempt to alter the shape of the animal. iii) The injection of any gas, solid, or liquid under the hide to alter the normal

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conformation. iv) Any product/solutions/liquids administered internally or externally to alter the conformation of the animal is prohibited. This includes the use of steroids, illegal or unapproved growth promotants, and the act of artificially filling animals internally, which would include stomach pumping, drench tubes, or any other method. v) Aerosol cans used for grooming are not permitted in show ring or make-up areas. b) EXCEPTIONS: In the case of severely sick or severely dehydrated animals, the exhibitor may have fluids or electrolytes administered by the licensed official show veterinarian with the approval of the show superintendent. This exception is not applicable on show day or weigh in/check-in day. 41) Exhibitors assume the responsibility for feeding, loss, injury, or damage of animals in transit to weigh-in and through the end of the sale when steers must be properly tied with halter and neck tie. Steers must be provided water thru Saturday morning 10:00 a.m. If exhibitor does not care for animal, after fair warning, livestock committee will take action. b. Entire contents of steer tack space and pen set up must remain in place until 6:00 a.m. Saturday, August 21, 2021. A $50.00 fine will be deducted from sale checks if this requirement is not met as deemed by appropriate personnel. c. Tie spaces, pen spaces, and tack spaces will be assigned by designated species chair persons. Any alterations or changes of designated spaces must be cleared with the designated persons making the assignments by July 9th, 2021. a. Tack space, if available will be assigned by each department chair. Violations will result in removal of tack and/or animals from

fairgrounds. b. ALL pen space must be paid/postmarked by July 9th to the Rockingham County Fair Office. A $5 per head fee will be charged for every animal registered by the July 9th deadline. A seven calendar day grace period will be allowed for late entries however exhibitors registering during this grace period will be assessed a monetary penalty of $50.00 per head. After the seven day grace period entries will not be accepted and animals will be ineligible. d. Steers cannot be in the show ring prior to 10 p.m. the night prior to the steer show. e. For public safety, no steers are to be out of their stalls between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. f. Exercise time for steers will be set and posted by steer co-chairman. Designated exercise areas will be located on the west side of the barn. g. No steer blocking or clipping chutes are allowed in the wash rack area. Chutes should be placed and used in the designated area west of the steer barn. h. If an animal and/or exhibitor medical emergency the Extension Office (540-5643080), FFA advisor, or species chair should be notified immediately. i. Mistreatment or abuse of livestock project animals will not be tolerated. No animal is to be beaten, underfed, under watered or misused in any fashion. No icing will be tolerated. No forced drenching of livestock will be permitted during fair week unless administered by a licensed veterinarian or with permission and in the presence of species chair. j. All exhibitors must abide by prescribed withdrawal periods on antibiotics and drugs. Animals may be subject to testing by licensed vet or appointed official. k. All animals are subject to a veterinary


Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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4H & FFA LIVESTOCK SHOW & SALE  DEPT. E inspection at the final weigh-in and during fair week and if found to have an active case of an infectious or contagious disease or condition, they will be eliminated from the show and must be removed from the fairgrounds immediately. l. If an animal’s condition is deemed unfit for exhibition during fair week by designated species chairperson, the animal may be sent home at any time m. Fair Week Protest Procedure a. Protest must be in writing, plainly stating the complaint and with accompanying substantial evidence of the infraction. The person submitting the protest must print and sign their name to the protest or it will not be reviewed. b. A $50.00 fee is to accompany the protest. c. Both the protest and fee must be delivered to the 4-H and FFA Livestock Committee Chairperson within twelve hours after the cause of the protest. d. The Livestock Committee Chairperson will call a meeting of the Livestock Committee within twenty-four hours of receiving the protest and present it, and all substantial evidence, to the Livestock Committee members that are present. e. The Livestock Committee members present at the meeting will review the protest and accompanying evidence and shall make a decision as to sustain or reject the protest. f. If the protest is not sustained, the $50.00 fee shall be forfeited to the 4-H and FFA Livestock Show Treasury. g. The Livestock Committee Chairperson shall inform those involved in the protest of its decision.

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER • January 1st-Must be enrolled as a 4-H/FFA member • January 15th-Steer entries due online using FairEntry • February 20th-Initial Steer Weigh In @ Rockingham Livestock (Snow Date March 6th) • February 20th-B&O Part 1 Paperwork due at initial weigh-in • July 9th-B&O Part 2 Pictorial Story due to Rockingham Extension Office • July 9th-Pen space fees and forms due to Rockingham County Fair • August 15th-Final Steer Weigh-In

2020-2021 MARKET HOG, LAMB AND GOAT REGULATIONS (Revised February 2021) **The General Rules and Regulations provided by the Rockingham County Fair Association apply to the Market Livestock Show and Sale. All exhibitors, parents and volunteers are expected to be familiar and follow the rules and regulations provided here and by the Association. The pricing and exhibit check-in dates and times are subject to change

and will be finalized at a later time. General Rules and Regulations are available on our website at RockinghamMas.org, Fair Office or on the Fair’s website (rockinghamcountyfair.com).**

EXHIBITOR AND ANIMAL ELIGIBILITY 1. All exhibitors must be bona fide Rockingham 4-H Club and/or FFA members meeting the following criteria: a. Steers, lambs, hogs and goats may be exhibited by all bonafide 4-H & FFA members who are 9 years old by September 30th of 2021. b. 4-H & FFA membership i) 4-H Membership: 4-H members must be enrolled via http://v2.4honline.com/ by January 1st. ii) FFA Membership: FFA members must have an agriculture class scheduled for the current school year and be a member in good standing with their FFA chapter. Members must be listed on the state roster by the spring membership roster deadline. iii) Note: A seven calendar day grace period will be allowed for late 4-H/FFA memberships; however, exhibitors must register through the Extension Office during this grace period and will be assessed a monetary penalty of $75 per exhibitor. Therefore, all LATE 4-H/FFA membership entries and fees must be received in the Extension Office (by 5:00 PM) Friday, January 8, 2021. There will be no protests regarding late entries and NO membership forms will be accepted after this seven day grace period. c. Final participation in the show and sale is the show immediately following graduation from High School or the year they turn age 19 whichever comes first. d. 4-H & FFA exhibitors who weighed in a Market Goat, Hog, or Lamb(s) at the 2020 initial weighin must have turned in a project book for that market animal(s) in Fall of 2020 in order to be eligible to show and sell a Market Goat, Hog, or Lamb(s) in the 2021 Fair. i. Project books are due on the following dates for the corresponding organization 1. 4-H: At your September club meeting unless otherwise specified by your club leader. 2. FFA: To your advisor by the last Monday in September. ii. Only one project book per species exhibited is required. iii. Members MUST use: 1. 4-H Member Record Books (a) Experienced Senior (publication 4H-691NP) (b) Experienced Junior (publication 4H-690NP) (c) Novice (publication 4H-689NP) 2. Agricultural Experience Tracker (AET) Record Book (FFA Only) e. If a youth is a member of 4-H and/or FFA in one or more of the following counties (Rockingham, Augusta, Page and Shenandoah), then the 4-H/ FFA members must choose to participate in only one county’s 4-H/FFA Market Livestock Show and Sale for that project year. 2. Only bona fide Rockingham 4-H and FFA

members as qualifying in general regulation No. 1 may be selected to show or sell in place of another exhibitor. If there is a conflict with students attending college, notification must be presented in writing by August 2, 2021 to the Extension Office for exhibitors to be allowed to sell by proxy. Approval will be determined on a case by case basis. 3. Entries must be in the exhibitor’s ownership and daily care and on feed by June 5, 2021 to be eligible to show and sell. 4. All Lambs, Hogs and Goats must be entered through FairEntry.com by April 23rd at 11:59PM. Note: A seven calendar day grace period will be allowed for late entries however exhibitors must register via paper form during this grace period and will be assessed a monetary penalty of $50 per animal. Therefore, all late lamb, hog and goat entries and fees must be received in the Extension Office (by 5:00 PM) or postmarked by April 30th. There will be no protests regarding late entries and NO entry forms will be accepted after this seven day grace period. a. NEW THIS YEAR: There will be a fee of $5/ entry charged. This is to help cover the costs of RFID tags, payment processing, etc. Fees need to be paid on FairEntry with a credit card or a check mailed and sent to the Rockingham Extension Office with the check payable to 4-H/ FFA Livestock Show & Sale Committee by April 23rd. 5. We prefer that all exhibitors register for

showmanship via FairEntry.com to participate in Showmanship Classes by Wednesday, August 11, 2021 but we will accept entries until Final Weigh-In. These classes are judged strictly on showmanship. Fitting is not considered in the judging of showmanship classes. 6. Youth exhibitors are expected to care for and groom their animals for the entire duration of the project. While 4-H leaders and volunteers, FFA advisors, siblings, and other family members are encouraged to offer support and guidance, the majority of the care, maintenance, and fitting of project animals should be left to the exhibitor with the goal of providing a hands-on, educational experience. 7. All market species are subject to visitations by specie chairmen. 8. Any violation of any rule may result in a warning, fine, probation, and/or banning from future livestock show and sales.

WEIGH-INS 9. All hogs, lambs and goats must be weighed in at the Hog, Lamb and Goat Weigh-In scheduled for Saturday, June 5, 2021. Lambs, hogs and goats not weighing in on the 5th will not be eligible to show or sell. 10. Each exhibitor may weigh in a maximum of 4 lambs, 4 hogs and 4 goats at the initial weighin, unless you will be utilizing the family spare option (see rule #11). 11. A family may designate one lamb, goat, or hog

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Harrisonburg, Va.

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of those weighed-in as a family spare, which may be used by any immediate sibling of that family. a. A family must identify the one lamb, goat, or hog as the “family spare” at initial weigh-in b. A family must notify the Extension Office in writing by final weigh-in of the lamb, goat, or hog that is going to be used and which family member will be using it. c. This option can be used as an alternative to weighing in four animals per exhibitor. i) Example: 1. Not using the spare option-which means you may not interchange the animals. A family with three children have the option to weigh-in a maximum of 12 lambs, goats, or hogs. 2. Using the spare option for a family of three, you would weigh-in a maximum of 10 lambs, goats, or hogs with one being designated the family spare that could be interchangeable. All Bred and Owned animals must be designated at the initial weigh-in. Rockingham Bred and Owned animals must meet the following description, “The immediate family must own the dam at time of service and conception and the exhibitor must have continuously cared for the market animal since birth”. All lambs must be docked and all male lambs, hogs and goats must be castrated by the initial weigh-in to be eligible to show and sell. If banding method is used, banding must have occurred at least two weeks prior to the weigh-in and have evidence of scrotal atrophy at the initial weigh-in to be eligible to show and sale. There shall be no visible or palpable evidence of testicles. No short sacking or crimping permitted for goats or lambs. All hogs will be vaccinated for Erysipalis at initial weigh-in. The vaccine will be provided at the weigh-in. All lambs and goats must bear an official USDA scrapie flock identification tag at the initial weigh-in. Lambs and goats not bearing an official tag will not be allowed to weigh in, show, or sell. Final weigh-in time is by appointment. Tentative dates for final weigh-in: hogs, goats, and lambs will be on Saturday, August 14th, 2021. Location is tentatively set for Rockingham County Fairgrounds (location and dates may change). Each exhibitor will be allowed to present at the final weigh-in a maximum of two lambs, two hogs or two goats which are selected from those that were officially weighed in at the 4-H and FFA Hog, Lamb and Goat weigh-in, with no more than three total animals being presented at final weigh-in unless they are a graduating senior. Graduating seniors may bring four total market animals to final weigh-in (maximum of two per specie). The 2 lambs, 2 hogs or 2 goats brought by an exhibitor to the final weigh-in in August are their official selections. Substitutions with other exhibitor hogs, lambs and goats will not be allowed unless you are utilizing the family spare rule. Any eligible animal not shown will be sold at the Floor Price. Final Weigh-In Requirements a. All lambs must weigh between 90 and 160 pounds to show. Lambs must grade Blue-O, Red-O, Heavy Blue-O or Heavy Red-O. b. Hogs must have clean backs at final weigh-in in order to weigh in. Hogs must weigh between 220 and 285 pounds and must grade 1 or 2. c. Goats must be washed and clean. Goats must weigh between 60 and 130 pounds at final weigh in and grade 1, 2 or 3. Hogs, lambs and goats not meeting the weight and grade requirements will be ineligible for show and sale and will be marked and must return home the day of weigh-in. Ineligible animals are not to be unloaded or housed at the fairgrounds. Re-weigh for equipment check will be at the discretion of Chairman

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(Re-weigh is defined as animal is taken off the scale, scales are zeroed, and the animal is put immediately back on.) Lamb and goat coverings will be taken off immediately after unloading. Can be put back on following animals being weighed and graded. All lambs must be washed and wool length must not exceed ¼ of an inch over the body at final weigh in. Measuring will be done before animals are put on the scale. If wool exceeds this limit lambs will not go through the scale and will not be allowed to go to show/ sale. No EXCEPTIONS. Goats and lambs must have milk teeth, and show no eruption of permanent teeth at final weigh in, permanent teeth or rupture will be cause for disqualification. Animal Accident Protocol at Weigh-In a. Initial Weigh-In Animal Injury/Death i) Physical Injury/Death occurring at the weigh-in site must be reported to the Extension Office (540-564-3080) on the weighin date and include vet confirmation. ii) Vaccine death needs to be reported to Extension Office (540564-3080) or the appropriate specie chair within 24 hours of initial weigh-in and include vet confirmation. iii) A replacement animal needs to be nominated to Extension Office (540-564-3080) within 7 days from vet confirmation. iv) Replacement animal needs to be verified by an Extension Office (540-564-3080) and/or specie chairman. v) Replacement animal is not eligible for Rate of Gain awards. b. Final Weigh-In Animal Injury/Death i) Physical Injury/Death occurring at the weigh-in site must be reported to the Extension Office (540-564-3080) on the weighin date and include vet confirmation. ii) If physical injury/death occurs at final weigh-in site, exhibitor can substitute a spare animal if it was previously nominated in individual’s name.

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f. Tank tops with straps of less than 2 inches in width and/or cut low enough to show bosom or chest. g. Skirts or dresses that do not reach mid-thigh (below fingertips) or do not cover appropriate body parts. h. Belly shirts that expose excessive midriff. i. See through blouses, skirts, or pants. j. Any adornment that can be perceived as or used as a weapon. k. Headgear of any type should not be worn Religious head coverings are allowed. All eligible lambs, hogs and goats must show and sell. Any animal unable to participate in a market class due to health reasons but has participated in the showmanship class, will place last in their respective market class and sale accordingly. The sale order for the 2021 4-H/FFA Livestock Show and Sale will be STEERS, HOGS, LAMBS, and GOATS. All livestock will be sold by the pound. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to have his or her livestock lined up in the proper specie sale order when time to sell. If not in proper sale order then livestock will be sold at the end of the specie sale order. If an exhibitor does not show up to sell their livestock then the livestock will be sold at floor. Bye bidding is discouraged. This means if parents or siblings bid on livestock of their child or sibling then, they must purchase it. Buyers should bid with the intention to purchase. A Sale Commission & Advertising Fee/animal + check off (if applicable) will be collected on each head of livestock sold at the 4-H & FFA Livestock Sale as follows: continued on the following page....

SHOW AND SALE 26. Each exhibitor can show and sell no more than three market animals total and not more than two animals of each species. Graduating seniors may show and sell four market animals total and not more than two animals of each species. 27. Each exhibitor must show and sell his or her own animal(s) unless the exhibitor has more than one animal in the same class or is unable to attend the show and sale because of sickness or death in the immediate family. Other cases will be evaluated by the Executive Committee on a case by case basis. For these reasons only will an exhibitor be exempt. Exhibitors that cannot show or sell due to an injury or illness, must be present at the show and sale if physically possible. Exhibitors must submit a written request to the Specie Chairperson at least 24 hours before the show if they will not be showing their own animal. Non-compliance with this ruling will disqualify the animal from the show and sale. If you show you must sell or you will forfeit participation in the next year’s show. 28. Hog, lamb and goat classes will be divided on the day of the show based on weight. The Grand Champion will be selected from the division champions. 29. All exhibitors are required to wear appropriate dress in both the show ring and sale ring. Exhibitors should strive to look professional. Call will be made by committee chair and if not compliant, will be asked to change. Inappropriate dress and appearance are: a. Clothing with negative, indecent language or symbols. b. Excessively tight or short garments. c. Exposed undergarments. d. Clothing with holes, tears, or slashes. e. Halter tops/tube tops.

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Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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4H & FFA LIVESTOCK SHOW & SALE  DEPT. E Commission & Advertising Steers Lambs Goat Hogs

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$1 per head = ($.50 State, $.50 National) ($.50 State + $.005 * Lamb Weight National) No Check-Off (.004 * total dollars realized per head)

LAMBS 36. All species must be washed and clean to participate in the show and sale. Please reference the International Association of Show Ring Ethics adopted by Rockingham County Fair. 37. Exhibitors are expected to care for their animals in an acceptable manner and adhere to quality assurance guidelines. Application of ice or iced water in any forms is prohibited (sprays, packs, blankets, or towels). Use of irritants including alcohols, sprays, and other irritants is also prohibited. 38. The use of muzzles is prohibited. 39. Drenching of sheep is prohibited. 40. The use of coloring agents is prohibited. 41. The use of adhesives and glues for purpose of fitting hair and/or wool is prohibited. Addition of twine, wool, hair, or any substance (such as to “build” legs) is prohibited.

GOATS 42. All species must be washed and clean to participate in the show and sale. Please reference the International Association of Show Ring Ethics adopted by Rockingham County Fair. 43. Exhibitors are expected to care for their animals in an acceptable manner and adhere to quality assurance guidelines. Application of ice or iced water in any forms is prohibited (sprays, packs, blankets, or towels). Use of irritants including alcohols, sprays, and other irritants is also prohibited. 44. All goats must be in their assigned barn near their pen once the show starts. No goats will be allowed outside under tents or on the wash rack. 45. The use of muzzles is prohibited. 46. Drenching of goats is prohibited. 47. The use of coloring agents is prohibited. 48. The use of adhesives and glues for purpose of fitting hair is allowed, however the addition of twine, hair, or any substance (such as to “build” legs) is prohibited.

HOGS 49. All species must be washed and clean to participate in the show and sale. Please reference the International Association of Show Ring Ethics adopted by Rockingham County Fair.

50. Exhibitors are expected to care for their animals in an acceptable manner and adhere to quality assurance guidelines. Application of ice or iced water in any forms is prohibited (sprays, packs, blankets, or towels). Use of irritants including alcohols, sprays, and other irritants is also prohibited. 51. Hair Clipping: For show eligibility, hair length on the pig body (hams, top, sides, and shoulders) must be at least one-half inch. Pigs with body hair length less than one-half inch are not eligible to show. 52. All clipping must be done prior to fair weigh-in. Absolutely no clipping is to be done after final weigh-in inspection.

FAIR WEEK 53. Exhibitors assume the responsibility for feeding, loss, injury, or damage of animals in transit to weigh-in and through the end of the sale. All lambs, hogs, and goats must be provided feed and water until the end of the sale. If exhibitor does not care for animal, after fair warning, livestock committee will take action. Pens are expected to be as clean, dry, and professional as possible, add fresh shavings if needed. 54. Tie spaces, pen spaces, and tack spaces will be assigned by designated species chair persons. Any alterations or changes of designated spaces must be cleared with the designated persons making the assignments by July 9th, 2021. a. Tack space, if available will be assigned by each department chair. Any adjustments of pen space must be approved by the Species Chair. Violations will result in a warning with 24 hours to remove tack. If not done at that time animals will be disqualified from show/ sale. b. ALL pen space must be paid/postmarked by July 9th, 2021 to the Rockingham County Fair Office. A $5 per head fee will be charged for every animal registered by the July 9th deadline. A seven calendar day grace period will be allowed for late entries however exhibitors registering during this grace period will be assessed a monetary penalty of $50.00 per head. After the seven day grace period entries will not be accepted and animals will be ineligible. 55. If an animal medical emergency occurs an FFA advisor, Extension Office (540-564-3080), or species chair should be notified immediately. 56. Mistreatment or abuse of livestock project animals will not be tolerated. No animal is to be beaten, underfed, under watered or misused in any fashion. 57. All exhibitors must abide by prescribed withdrawal periods on antibiotics and drugs. Animals may be subject to testing by licensed vet or appointed official.

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58. All animals are subject to a veterinary inspection at the final weighin and during fair week and if found to have an active case of an infectious or contagious disease or any other deem able condition, they will be eliminated from the show and must be removed from the fairgrounds immediately. 59. If an animal’s condition is deemed unfit for exhibition during fair week by designated species chairperson, the animal may be sent home at any time. 60. Fair Week Protest Procedure (a) Protest must be in writing, plainly stating the complaint and with accompanying substantial evidence of the infraction. The person submitting the protest must print and sign their name to the protest or it will not be reviewed. (b) A $50.00 fee is to accompany the protest. (c) Both the protest and fee must be delivered to the 4-H and FFA Livestock Committee Chairperson within twelve hours after the cause of the protest. (d) The Livestock Committee Chairperson will call a meeting of the Livestock Committee within twenty-four hours of receiving the protest and present it, and all substantial evidence, to the Livestock Committee members that are present. (e) The Livestock Committee members present at the meeting will review the protest and accompanying evidence and shall make a decision as to sustain or reject the protest. (f) If the protest is not sustained, the $50.00 fee shall be forfeited to the 4-H and FFA Livestock Show Treasury. (g) The Livestock Committee Chairperson shall inform those involved in the protest of its decision.

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Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

POULTRY, PIGEON & RABBITS  DEPT. F Verne Leininger, Amanda Leininger co-chairs

RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. All birds must be tested for pullorum-typhoid before they are entered for the fair. A list of local lay testers may be obtained by calling Verne Leininger (896-7584). 2. Poultry in the show may be tested by the state veterinary lab for other diseases during the fair. 3. All poultry, pigeons, rabbits and guinea pigs must be preregistered at least one week before the fair by calling Verne Leininger (896-7584) or by email at vleining@bridgewater.edu. 4. Eggs do not have to be preregistered. 5. An exhibitor must be able to identify the breed and sex of their entry. 6. Pigeons will be separated into classes and judged by breed and/or variety even through the breeds are not listed in the fair catalog. 7. In the Poultry, Pigeon and Rabbit Departments, there is no entry fee and all animals are watered and fed daily at no charge. 8. Persons showing in the Junior classes must be at least 6 years old and no older than 18 at the start of the fair. All ages may show in the open show. No exhibitor may show in both the Junior Show and the Open Show. 9. A sweepstakes ribbon will be given in the Open Poultry Show and the Junior Poultry Show. 10. No sweepstakes ribbon will be given in the Rabbit Show. 11. A Best in Show rosette will be given in the Open and Junior Rabbit Show and in the Open and Junior Poultry Show. 12. Every precaution will be taken to protect exhibits in the department; however, neither the Committee nor the Rockingham County Fair Association will be responsible for sickness, loss, or theft of exhibit. 13. Entries will be received Sunday, August 15, 2021, between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. and Monday, August 16, between 8 a.m. and Noon. 14. No Peacocks will be accepted. SHOWMANSHIP Showmanship is open to any youth between the ages of 6 and 18. If the showman is not a poultry exhibitor, they will be allowed to choose a bird from set of birds to use for showmanship. No untested birds are allowed in the building. Showmanship will take place at 1 pm on Monday, August 16. Exhibitors may sign up for showmanship when they preregister their birds, when they enter their birds in the fair, or by stopping by the front table in the poultry building before 1 pm on Monday, August 16, 2021. Showmanship is judged on the ability to correctly handle a bird and information about poultry including breeds and varieties, care of a bird, parts of a bird, diseases, show classes, and differences in different types of birds. Premiums for showmanship will be paid as follows: 1st Place - $15.00 | 2nd Place - $12.00 | 3rd Place - $9.00 4th Place - $6.00 | 5th Place - $3.00 Classes: F-001 Novice ages 6-7 F-002 Junior ages 8-10 F-003 Intermediate ages 11-13 F-004 Senior ages 14-18 F-001 Novice ages 6-7 F-002 Junior ages 8-10 F-003 Intermediate ages 11-13 F-004 Senior ages 14-18

SECTION I – OPEN CLASSES SECTION II – JUNIOR CLASSES

Premiums will be paid as follows: 1st Place - $2.00 2nd Place - $1.50 3rd Place - $1.00 If there is only one bird in a class, 2nd place premium will be paid.

CLASSES: LARGE CHICKENS – AMERICAN CLASS F-101. Plymouth Rock a. Barred b. Blue c. Buff d. Columbian e. Partridge f. Silver Penciled g. White h. All Other Varieties F-102. Dominiques F-103. Wyandottes a. Black b. Blue c. Buff d. Columbian e. Golden Laced f. Partridge g. Silver Laced h. Silver Penciled i. White j. All other varieties F-104. Javas a. Black b. Mottled F-105. Rhode Island Reds a. Single Comb b. Rose Comb F-106. Rhode Island Whites F-107. Buckeyes F-108. Chanteclers a. White b. Partridge F-109. Jersey Giants a. Black b. White c. All Other Varieties F-110. Lamonas F-111. New Hampshires F-112. Hollands a. Barred b. White F-113. Delawares LARGE CHICKENS – ASIATIC CLASS F-201 Brahmas a. Buff b. Dark c. Light F-202. Cochins a. Barred b. Black c. Blue d. Brown e. Buff f. Golden Laced g. Partridge h. Silver Laced i. White j. All Other Varieties F-203. Langshans a. Black b. Blue c. White LARGE CHICKENS – ENGLISH CLASS F-301. Dorkings a. Colored b. Cuckoo Rose Comb c. Cuckoo Single Comb d. Red e. Silver-Gray f. White F-302. Redcaps F-303. Cornish a. Buff b. Dark c. White d. White Laced Red e. All Other Varieties F-304. Orpingtons a. Black b. Blue c. Buff d. White F-305. Sussex a. Red b. Light c. Speckled F-306. Australorps LARGE CHICKENS – MEDITERRANEAN CLASS F-401. Leghorns a. Rose Comb Black

b. Rose Comb Buff c. Rose Comb Dark Brown d. Rose Comb Light Brown e. Rose Comb Silver f. Rose Comb White g. Single Comb Black h. Single Comb Black-Tailed Red i. Single Comb Buff j. Single Comb Columbian k. Single Comb Dark Brown l. Single Comb Golden Duckwing m. Single Comb Light Brown n. Single Comb Red o. Single Comb Silver p. Single Comb White q. All Other Varieties F-402. Minorcas a. Rose Comb Black b. Rose Comb White c. Single Comb Black d. Single Comb Buff e. Single Comb White f. All Other Varieties F-403. White-Faced Black Spanish F-404. Andalusians F-405. Anconas a. Rose Comb b. Single Comb F-406. Sicilian Buttercups F-407. Catalanas LARGE CHICKENS CONTINENTAL CLASS F-501. Barnevelders F-502. Hamburgs a. Black b. Golden Penciled c. Golden Spangled d. Silver Penciled e. Silver Spangled f. White g. All Other Varieties F-503. Campines a. Golden b. Silver F-504. Lakenvelders F-505. Welsummers F-506. Polish a. Bearded Buff Laced b. Bearded Golden c. Bearded Silver d. Bearded White e. Non-Bearded Black Crested White f. Non-Bearded Buff Laced g. Non-Bearded Golden h. Non-Bearded Silver i. Non-Bearded White j. Non-Bearded White Crested Black k. Non-Bearded White Crested Blue l. All Other Varieties F-507. Houdans a. Mottled b. White F-508. Crevecoeurs F-509. La Fleche F-510. Faverolles a. Salmon b. White LARGE CHICKENS – ALL OTHER STANDARD BREEDS CLASS F-601. Modern Games a. Birchen b. Black c. Black Breasted Red d. Brown Red e. Golden Duckwing f. Red Pyle g. Silver Ducksing h. Wheaten i. White j. All other Varieties F-602. Old English Games a. Black b. Black Breasted Red c. Blue Breasted Red d. Blue Golden Duckwing e. Blue Silver Duckwing f. Brown Red g. Crele h. Golden Duckwing i. Lemon Blue j. Red Pyle k. Self Blue l. Silver Duckwing m. Spangled n. White

o. All Other Varieties F-603. Sumatras F-604. Malays a. Black b. Black Breasted Red c. Red Pyle d. Spangled e. Wheaten f. White F-605. Cubalayas a. Black b. Black Breasted Red c. White F-606. Phoenix a. Golden b. Silver F-607. Yokohamas a. Red Shoulder b. White F-608. Aseels a. Black Breasted Red b. Dark c. Spangled d. Wheaten e. White F-609. Shamos a. Black b. Black Breasted Red c. Dark d. Wheaten F-610. Sultans F-611. Frizzles a. Clean Leg b. Feather Leg F-612. Naked Neck a. Black b. Buff c. Red d. White e. All Other Varieties F-613. Araucanas a. Black b. Black Breasted Red c. Golden Duckwing d. Silver Duckwing e. White f. All Other Varieties F-614. Ameraucanas a. Black b. Blue c. Blue Wheaten d. Brown Red e. Buff f. Silver g. Wheaten h. White i. All Other Varieties BANTAM CHICKENS – MODERN GAME CLASS F-701. Modern Games a. Birchen b. Black c. Black Breasted Red d. Blue e. Blue Breasted Red f. Brown Red g. Golden Duckwing h. Lemon Blue i. Red Pyle j. Silver Blue k. Silver Duckwing l. Wheaten m. White BANTAM CHICKENS – OLD ENGLISH GAME CLASS F-801. Old English Games a. Birchen b. Black c. Black Breasted Red d. Blue e. Blue Breasted Red f. Blue Golden Duckwing g. Blue Silver Duckwing h. Blue Brassy Back i. Brassy Back j. Brown Red k. Columbian l. Crele m. Cuckoo n. Fawn Silver Duckwing o. Ginger Red p. Golden Duckwing q. Lemon Blue r. Mille Fleur s. Quail

t. Red Pyle u. Self Blue v.Silver Blue w. Silver Duckwing x. Spangled y.Wheaten z. White aa. All Other Varieties BANTAM CHICKENS – SINGLE COMB CLEAN LEGGED CLASS F-901. Anconas F-902. Andalusians F-903. Australorps F-904. Campines a. Golden b. Silver F-905. Catalanas F-906. Delawares F-907. Dorkings a. Colored b. Silver-Gray F-908. Dutch a. Black b. Blue Light Brown c. Light Brown d. Silver F-909. Hollands a. Barred b. White F-910. Japanese a. Barred b. Black c. Black Tailed Buff d. Black Tailed White e. Brown Red f. Gray g. Mottled h. Wheaten i. White j. All Other Varieties F-911. Javas a. Black b. Mottled F-912. Jersey Giant a. Black b. White F-913. Lakenvelders F-914. Lamonas F-915. Leghorns (single comb) a. Barred b. Black c. Black Tailed Red d. Buff e. Columbian f. Dark Brown g. Golden Duckwing h. Light Brown i. Red j. Silver k. White l. All Other Varieties F-916. Minorcas a. Black b. Buff c. White F-917. Naked Neck a. Black b. Buff c. Red d. White F-918. New Hampshires F-919. Orpingtons a. Black b. Blue c. Buff d. White F-920. Phoenix a. Golden b. Silver F-921. Plymouth Rocks a. Barred b. Black c. Blue d. Buff e. Columbian f. Partridge g. Silver Penciled h. White i. All Other Varieties F-922. Rhode Island Reds (single comb) F-923. Sussex a. Light b. Red c. Speckled F-924. Welsummers F-925. White Faced Black Spanish


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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

POULTRY, PIGEON & RABBITS  DEPT. F BANTAM CHICKENS – ROSE COMB CLEAN LEGGED F-1001. Anconas F-1002. Belgian Bearded d’Anvers a. Black b. Blue c. Cuckoo d. Mille Fleur e. Mottled f. Porcelain g. Quail h. Self Blue i. White j. All Other Varieties F-1003. Dominiques F-1004. Dorkings F-1005. Hamburgs a. Black b. Golden Penciled c. Golden Spangled d. Silver Penciled e. Silver Spangled f. White F-1006. Leghorns (rose comb) a. Black b. Buff c. Dark Brown d. Light Brown e. Silver f. White F-1007. Minorcas a. Black b. White F-1008.Redcaps F-1009.Rhode Island Reds (rose comb) F-1010.Rhode Island Whites F-1011.Rosecombs a. Black b. Blue c. White d. All other Varieties F-1012. Sebrights a. Golden b. Silver F-1013. Wyandottes a. Black b. Blue c. Buff d. Buff Columbian e. Columbian f. Golden Laced g. Partridge h. Silver Laced i. Silver Penciled j. White k. All other Varieties BANTAM CHICKENS – ALL OTHER COMBS CLEAN LEGGED F-1101. Aneraucanas a. Black b. Blue c. Blue Wheaten d. Brown Red e. Buff f. Silver g. Wheaten h. White i. All Other Varieties F-1102. Araucanas a. Black b. Black Red c. Golden Duckwing d. Silver Duckwing e. White F-1104. Buckeyes F-1105. Chanteculers a. Partridge b. White F-1106.Cornish a. Black b. Blue Laced Red c. Buff d. Dark e. Mottled f. Spangled g. White h. White Laced Red i. All other Varieties F-1107. Crevecoeurs F-1108. Cubalayas a. Black b. Black Breasted Red c. White F-1109. Houdans a. Mottled b. White

F-1110. La Fleche F-1111. Malays a. Black b. Black Breasted Red c. Red Pyle d. Spangled e. Wheaten f. White F-1112. Polish a. Bearded Buff Laced b. Bearded Golden c. Bearded Silver d. Bearded White e. Non-Bearded Buff laced f. Non-Bearded Golden g. Non-Bearded Silver h. Non-Bearded White i. Non- Bearded White Crested Black j. Non-Bearded White Crested Blue k. All Other Varieties F-1113. Shamos a. Black b. Dark c. Wheaten F-1114. Sicilian Buttercups F-1115. Sumatras a. Black b. Blue F-1116. Yokohamas a. Red Shouldered b. White BANTAM CHICKENS – FEATHER LEGGED CLASS F-1201. Booted a. Non-Bearded Black b. Non-Bearded Mille Fleur c. Non-Bearded Porcelain d. Non-Bearded Self Blue e. Non-Bearded White F-1202. Belgian Bearded d’Uccle a. Bearded Black b. Bearded Golden Neck c. Bearded Mille Fleur d. Bearded Mottled e. Bearded Porcelain f. Bearded Self Blue g. Bearded White F-1203. Brahmas a. Buff b. Dark c. Light F-1204. Cochins a. Barred b. Birchen c. Black d. Blue e. Brown Red f. Buff g. Columbian h. Golden Laced i. Mottled j. Partridge k. Red l. Silver Laced m. White n. All Other Varieties F-1205. Faverolles a. Salmon b. White F-1206. Langshans a. Black b. Blue c. White F-1207. Silkies a. Bearded Black b. Bearded Blue c. Bearded Buff d. Bearded Gray e. Bearded Partridge f. Bearded Splash g. Bearded White h. Non-Bearded Black i. Non-Bearded Blue j. Non-Bearded Buff k. Non-Bearded Gray l. Non-Bearded Partridge m. Non-Bearded White n. All Other Varieties F-1208. Sultans

b. Buff c. Gray d. Pastel e. Snowy f. White g. All Other Varieties F-1402. East Indie F-1403. Mallard a. Gray b. Snowy

PRODUCTION CHICKENS F-1301. Mixed Large Chicken F-1302. Mixed Bantam Chicken

PHEASANTS F-2401. Any Variety, Single Male F-2402. Any Variety, Single Female EGGS F-2501. One Dozen White Eggs F-2502. One Dozen Brown Eggs F-2503. One Dozen Colored Eggs

DUCKS – BANTAM CLASS F-1401. Call a. Blue

DUCKS – LIGHT WEIGHT CLASS F-1501.Campbell F-1502. Magpie a. Black & White b. Blue & White F-1503.Runner a. Black b. Blue c. Chocolate d. Cumberland Blue e. Fawn & White f. Gray g. Penciled h. White DUCKS – MEDIUM CLASS F-1601. Buff F-1602. Cayuga F-1603. Crested a. Black b. White F-1604. Swedish DUCKS – HEAVY CLASS F-1701. Aylesbury F-1702. Muscovy a. Black b. Blue c. Chocolate d. White F-1703. Pekin F-1704. Rouen F-1705. Saxony F-1706. Silver Appleyard GEESE – LIGHT CLASS F-1801. Canada F-1802. Chinese a. Brown b. White F-1803. Egyptian F-1804. Tufted Roman GEESE – MEDIUM CLASS F-1901. American Buff F-1902. Pilgrim F-1903. Saddleback Pomeranian a. Buff b. Gray F-1904. Sebastopol GEESE – HEAVY CLASS F-2001.African a. Brown b. White F-2002. Embden F-2003. Toulouse a. Buff b. Gray TURKEYS F-2101. Beltsville Small White F-2102. Black F-2103. Bourbon Red F-2104 . Bronze F-2105. Narragansett F-2106. Royal Palm F-2107. Slate F-2108. White Holland F-2109. All Other Varieties GUINEA FOWL F-2201. Pearl F-2202. White F-2203. All Other Varieties PIGEONS F-2301. Any Breed

b. Doe F-2617. Cinnamon a. Buck b. Doe F-2618. Crème D’Argent a. Buck b. Doe F-2619. Dutch a. Buck b. Doe F-2620. Dwarf Hotot a. Buck b. Doe F-2621. English Spot a. Buck b. Doe F-2622. Flemish Giant a. Buck b. Doe F-2623. Florida White a. Buck b. Doe F-2624. Harlequin a. Buck b. Doe F-2625. Havana a. Buck b. Doe F-2626. Himalayan a. Buck b. Doe F-2627. Hotot a. Buck b. Doe F-2628. Jersey Wooly a. Buck b. Doe F-2629 . Lilac a. Buck b. Doe F-2630. English Lop a. Buck b. Doe F-2631. French Lop a. Buck b. Doe F-2632. Holland Lop a. Buck b. Doe F-2633. Mini Lop

RABBITS F-2601. American a. Buck b. Doe F-2062. American Fuzzy Lop a. Buck b. Doe F-2063. American Sable a. Buck b. Doe F-2064. English Angora a. Buck b. Doe F-2065. French Angora a. Buck b. Doe F-2066. Giant Angora a. Buck b. Doe F2067. Satin Angora a. Buck b. Doe F-2068. Belgian Hare a. Buck b. Doe F-2069. Beveren a. Buck b. Doe F-2610. Britannia Petite a. Buck b. Doe F-2611. Californian a. Buck b. Doe F-2612. Champagne D’Argent a. Buck b. Doe F-2613. Checkered Giant a. Buck b. Doe F-2614. American Chinchilla a. Buck b. Doe F-2615. Giant Chinchilla a. Buck b. Doe F-2616. Standard Chinchilla a. Buck

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continued a. Buck b. Doe F-2634. Netherland Dwarf a. Buck b. Doe F-2635. New Zealand a. Buck b. Doe F-2636. Palomino a. Buck b. Doe F-2637. Polish a. Buck b. Doe F-2638. Rex a. Buck b. Doe F-2639. Mini Rex a. Buck b. Doe F-2640. Rhinelander a. Buck b. Doe F-2641. Satin F-2642. Silver a. Buck b. Doe F-2643. Silver Fox a. Buck b. Doe F-2644. Silver Marten a. Buck b. Doe F-2645. Tan a. Buck b. Doe F-2646 . Mixed Breed a. Buck b. Doe F-2647 Lion Head a. Buck b. Doe GUINEA PIGS F-2701. Short Haired a. Buck b. Doe F-2702. Long Haired a. Buck b. Doe

FARM CROPS  DEPT. G Tim Mines, Department Superintendent

Entries will be received on Sunday, August 15 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Monday 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Judging will begin Monday, once the last entry is accepted. PLEASE ENTER THROUGH GATE #6. All products shown in this department must be grown in the current year. Bundles must be 4-6 inches in diameter. All hay must be in 6 inch loaf size.

SECTION I

CLASS NO. 1ST G-1. Shelled Soybeans (Gallon) 7.00 G-2. Shelled Corn (Gallon) 7.00 G-3. Wheat (Gallon) 7.00 G-4. Oats (Gallon) 7.00 G-5. Barley (Gallon) 7.00 G-6. Rye (Gallon) 7.00 G-7. Triticale (Gallon) 7.00 G-8. Small Grain Haylage (Gallon) 7.00 G-9. Grass Haylage (Gallon) 7.00 G-10. Alfalfa Haylage (Gallon) 7.00 G-11. Sorghum Haylage (Gallon) 7.00 G-12. Corn Silage –Reg. Chopped (Gallon) 7.00 G-13. Corn Silage –Kernel Processed (Gallon) 7.00 G-14. High Moisture Corn (Gallon) 7.00

SECTION III

2ND 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00

3RD 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00

2ND 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00

3RD 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00

SECTION II CLASS NO. 1ST G-16. Orchard Grass (Bundle) 4-6 inches 7.00 G-17. Bermuda Grass (Bundle) 4-6 inches 7.00 G-18. Timothy (Bundle) 4-6 inches 7.00 G-19. Alfalfa (Bundle) 4-6 inches 7.00 G-20. Red Clover (Bundle) 4-6 inches 7.00 G-21. Lespedeza (Bundle) 4-6 inches 7.00

CLASS NO. 1ST G-22. Alfalfa Orchard Grass Hay – 6 inch loaf 7.00 G-23. Alfalfa Hay – 6 inch loaf 7.00 G-24. Red Clover Hay – 6 inch loaf 7.00 G-25. Orchard Grass Hay – 6 inch loaf 7.00 G-26. Timothy Hay – 6 inch loaf 7.00 G-27. Mixed Hay – 6 inch loaf 7.00 G-28. Bermuda Grass Hay – 6 inch loaf 7.00 G-29. Straw – 6 inch loaf 7.00

2ND 3RD 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00

5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00

CLASS NO. G-30. Yellow Corn – 5 Ears G-31. Buckwheat - 5 Stalks G-32. Bundle of Soybeans – 5 Stalks G-33. Hybrid Corn – 5 Stalks G-34. Silage corn – 5 Stalks G-35. Sugar Cane – 5 Stalks G-36. Broom Corn – 5 Stalks G-37. Sorghum – 5 Stalks G-38. Millet – 5 Stalks G-39. Tobacco – 1 Stalk

2ND 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00

3RD 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00

SECTION IV

1ST 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00


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HORTICULTURE  DEPT. H DIVISION II – FRUITS

Pat Bowman and Sandra Hammer, Department Superintendents Pam Huffman, Co-Chairman

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

RULES AND REGULATIONS In order to help the Horticulture Department in entering all vegetables in the proper categories, there will not be additional categories added at sign-up and only those in the book will be recognized. Where there are only one or two exhibits in a category, judging will be determined by the judges based on the quality of the exhibits. Only home grown produce raised by the exhibitor will be allowed to be exhibited. Any exhibitor found to exhibit purchased produce will forfeit ribbons, premiums and, where applicable, sweepstakes. Exhibits will be received 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 15, 2021 and 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon on Monday, August 16, 2021 only. Display Tips: Uniformity is a key in displaying more than one of any item. Do not deform fruit or vegetables by cutting off parts. Display consumer size items, not too large or small and damage free. Items need to be picked up on Sunday, August 22, 2020 between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Must be a resident of Rockingham County, including the City of Harrisonburg.

SECTION I – DIVISION I – VEGETABLES CLASS NO. 1ST H-1. Display Here Comes the Fun-Must include 8 Vegetables (Size-not over 2 Feet wide) 7.00 H-2. Novelty – Natural Novelty (single item) 2.50 H-3. Man-made Novelty (single item) 2.50 H-4. Novelty-Arranged (4 or more items) 2.50 H-5. Beans-Lima(bush) ¼ cup, hulled 2.50 H-6. Beans-Lima(pole) ¼ cup, hulled 2.50 H-7. Beans-Soybeans ¼ cup, hulled 2.50 H-8. Beans-String(bush) (10) 2.50 H-9. Beans-String(pole) (10) 2.50 H-10. Beans-String (extra long) (10) 2.50 H-11. Beans-October ¼ cup, hulled 2.50 H-12. Beans-Purple (10) 2.50 H-13. Beans-Waxed (10) 2.50 H-14. Beans-Misc. (all other types of beans will be judged in this category (10 beans or ¼ cup, hulled) 2.50 H-15. Black-eyed Peas ¼ cup, hulled 2.50 H-16. Peas-Misc. ¼ cup, hulled 2.50 H-17. Beets (3) no stems 2.50 H-18. Broccoli (1 stalk) 2.50 H-19. Brussel Sprouts (5) 2.50 H-20. Cabbage-Chinese (stalk) 2.50 H-21. Cabbage-Head 2.50 H-22. Cabbage-Red 2.50 H-23. Cantaloupe 2.50 H-24. Carrots (3) no stems 2.50 H-25. Cashew 2.50 H-26. Cauliflower (1 head) 2.50 H-27. Celery (1 head) 2.50 H-28. Corn-Indian (3 ears, shuck) 2.50 H-29. Corn-Popcorn (3 ears, shuck) 2.50 H-30. Corn-Sweet White (3 ears, shuck) 2.50 H-31. Corn-Sweet Yellow (3 ears, shuck) 2.50 H-32. Corn-Misc. (3 ears, shuck) 2.50 H-33. Collards 2.50 H-34. Cucumbers (slicing) (3) 2.50 H-35. Cucumbers (pickling) (3) 2.50 H-36. Cucumbers (misc.) (3) 2.50 H-37. Eggplant 2.50 H-38. Endive 2.50 H-39. Gourd (3) 2.50 2.00 H-40. Gourd Display ite2.50 H-41. Gourd (misc.) (3) 2.50 H-42. Kale 2.50 H-43. Kohlrabi 2.50 H-44. Lettuce (1 stalk) 2.50 H-45. Mustard Green 2.50 H-46. Okra (5) 2.50 H-47. White Onions-Large (over 3” diameter) (3) 2.50 H-48. White Onions-Small (3) 2.50 H-49. Yellow Onions-Large (over 3” diameter) (3) 2.50 H-50. Yellow Onions-Small (3) 2.50

2ND 3RD 6.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00

1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75

2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.75 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00

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2.00 1.75 2.00 1.75 2.00 1.75 2.00 1.75

H-51. Red Onions-Large (over 3” diameter) (3) 2.50 H-52. Red Onions-Small (3) 2.50 H-53. Parsnips (3) 2.50 H-54 Sweet Banana – Peppers (3) 2.50 H-55. Peppers –Hot (3) 2.50 H-56. Peppers-Sweet (3) 2.50 H-57. Peppers-All Others (3) 2.50 H-58. Potatoes-Bliss (5) 2.50 H-59. Potatoes-Cobblers (5) 2.50 H-60. Potatoes-Kennebec (5) 2.50 H-61. Potatoes-Red Pontiac (5) 2.50 H-62. Potatoes-Sweet (5) 2.50 H-63. Potatoes-Yukon Gold (5) 2.50 H-64. Potatoes-All Other Varieties (5) 2.50 H-65. Pumpkin 2.50 H-66. Pumpkin-White 2.50 H-67. Mini Pumpkin-Yellow (3) 2.50 H-68. Min Pumpkin-White (3) 2.50 H-69. Pumpkins-All Other Varieties 2.50 H-70. Rhubarb (3 stems) 2.50 H-71. Salsify (3) 2.50 H-72. Spinach (1 stalk) 2.50 H-73. Squash-Acorn 2.50 H-74. Squash-Butternut 2.50 H-75. Squash-Scalloped 2.50 H-76. Squash-Spaghetti 2.50 H-77. Squash-Straight Neck 2.50 H-78. Squash-Crooked 2.50 H-79. Squash-Zucchini 2.50 H-80. Squash-Other 2.50 H-81. Sunflower-Seed Head 2.50 H-82. Swiss Chard (1 stalk) 2.50 H-83. Tomatoes-Cherry (5) 2.50 H-84. Tomatoes-Pear (5) 2.50 H-85. Tomatoes-Slicing (5) 2.50 H-86. Tomatoes-Italian (5) 2.50 H-87. Tomatoes-Canning (5) 2.50 H-88. Tomatoes-Misc. (5) 2.50 H-89. Turnips (3, no stems) 2.50 H-90. Radish (5) 2.50 H-91. Rutabaga (3) 2.50 H-92. Watermelons 2.50 H-93. Other-Any other vegetable not listed above will be judged in the category 2.50 H-94. Largest Watermelon 3.00 H-95. Largest Cucumber 3.00 H-96. Largest Tomato 3.00 H-97. Largest Head of Cabbage 3.00 H-98. Largest Potato 3.00 H-99. Largest Pepper 3.00 H-100. Largest Cantaloupe 3.00 H-101. Largest Sweet Potato 3.00 H-102. Longest Green Bean 3.00 H-103. Largest Pumpkin 3.00 H-104. Tallest Sunflower 3.00 H-108. Largest Sunflower Seed Head 3.00

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2.00 1.75

H-109. Apples-Crab (3) H-110. Apples-Lodi (3) H-111. Apples-Golden Delicious (3) H-112. Apples-Red Delicious (3) H-113. Apples-Roma (3) H-114. Apples-Stayman (3) H-115. Apples-Misc (3) H-116. Blackberries (1/4 cup) H-117. Blueberries (1/4 cup) H-118. Grapes-Blue or Black (1 bunch) H-119. Grapes-Red (1 bunch) H-120. Grapes-White (1 bunch) H-121. Grapes-Other (1 bunch) H-122. Nectarines (5) H-123. Peaches (5) H-124. Pears (5) H-125. Plums-Prune Type (5) H-126. Plums-Round Type (5) H-127. Strawberries (10) H-128. Raspberries (1/4 cup) H-129. Boysenberries (1/4 cup) H-130. Other

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1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75

SECTION II – JUNIOR HORTICULTURE RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Open to 4-H, FFA & FHA members, and other youth 19 years of age and under, who have actively participated in the culture of the specimens. 2. Classes in this section will be identical to those in the Open Section. They will be identified by the same class number on a color-coded card.

SECTION III – SCARECROW CONTEST GENERAL RULES 1. Exhibits must be entered in the Horticulture Building between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Sunday, August 16, and Monday, August 17, from 8 a.m. until Noon. 2. One entry per individual exhibitor will be eligible for the contest.

RULES FOR SCARECROW ENTRIES 1. NOTE: Scarecrows should be lovable, mischievous or humorous, not frightening. (Witch or monster faces on scarecrows will be disqualified). 2. Senior – anyone 60 years and older.

CLASS NO. H-131. Scarecrow-Original H-132. Scarecrow-Dressy H-133. Scarecrow-Senior

30.00 23.00 17.00 30.00 23.00 17.00 30.00 23.00 17.00

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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

FLOWERS  DEPT. I Chad Comer and Mary Stickley-Godinez, Department Superintendents

RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Exhibits open to all amateur flower growers, all specimens must have been grown by the exhibitor, and should be identified. 2. Flower specimens may be entered ONLY from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, August 15. Artistic entries will be accepted on Monday, August 16, from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Judging will be conducted Monday afternoon. 3. Only one entry per exhibitor per class. 4. Only one best specimen of each variety may be entered from each garden in each section. 5. Entries should be labeled with as complete a name as possible. 6. A specimen is one bloom with its accompanying foliage. A spray is a small branch consisting of several bloom, buds and leaves. 7. Specimens of woody plants, vines, natural wildflowers, grasses or flowers from houseplants are not accepted. 8. Classes will be divided or added at the discretion of the department committee or judges. 9. Dried, treated, or inorganic material is permitted in arrangements only when specified. 10. Because the fair cannot be responsible for accessories, their use is discouraged. 11. Arrangements must be the work of the exhibitor. 12. No award will be given unless merited. 13. Exhibits must be removed on Sunday, August 22, between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

AWARDS The Helen Lambert Horticulture Sweepstakes – Section I Sweepstakes for Junior Horticulture – Section II Tri-Color for best Adult Arrangement – Section III Tri-Color for best Junior Arrangement – Section IV Arrangement Ribbon Horticulture Ribbon

Blue – $4.00 Blue – $2.00

Red – $3.00 Red – $1.75

5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 Yellow – $2.00 Yellow – $1.50

Class Winners will receive $2.00 for First; $1.75 for Second; $1.50 Third

SECTION I ADULT HORTICULTURE No vines, trees, shrubs, grasses are to be entered in horticulture classes

FLOWERING PLANTS 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.

Argyranthemum Ageratum, Blue, Purple Ageratum, White Alyssum Amaranthus flower Angelonia Anemone Aster, Perennial Aster, Annual, Purple Aster, Annual, Blue Aster, Annual, Pink Aster, Annual, white Balsam Begonia, Fibrous spray Begonia, Tuberous spray Begonia, Angelwing spray Calendula (Pot Marigold) Calibrachoa (Miniature Petunia, Million Bells) spray Calla Lily Campanula Canna flower Centaurea, Perennial (Knapweed) Centaurea, Annual (Bachelor’s Buttons) Centranthus (Jupiter’s Beard) Chelone (Turtle Head)

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Chrysanthemum, Yellow, Bronze spray Chrysanthemum, Pink, Lavender spray Chrysanthemum, White spray Cleome (Spider Plant) Coreopsis (Tickseed), threadleaf Coreopsis (Tickseed), broadleaf Cosmos, Pink Cosmos, White Cosmos, Orange or Yellow Dahlia, 4” or larger, Yellow, Bronze, Orange Dahlia, 4” or larger, Pink, Purple, Red Dahlia, 4” or larger, White Dahlia, 4” or larger, Variegated Dahlia, 4” or larger, Bi-color Dahlia, 2 to 4”, Yellow, Bronze, Orange Dahlia, 2 to 4”, Pink, Purple, Red Dahlia, 2 to 4”, type, under 4”, White Dahlia, 2 to 4”, Variegated Dahlia, 2 to 4”, Bi-color Dahlia, under 2”, Yellow, Bronze, Orange Dahlia, under 2”, Pink, Purple, Red Dahlia, under 2”, type, under 4”, White Dahlia, under 2”, Variegated Dahlia, under 2”, Bi-color Dahlia, Pompom type, Yellow, Bronze, Orange Dahlia, Pompom type, Pink, Purple, Red Dahlia, Pompom type, White Dahlia, Pompom type, Variegated Dahlia, Pompom type, Bi-color Dahlia, Daisy type, Yellow, Bronze, Orange Dahlia, Daisy type, Pink, Purple, Red Dahlia, Daisy type, White Dahlia, Daisy type, Variegated

59. Dahlia, Daisy type, Bi-color 60. Datura (Angel Trumpet) 61. Delphinium 62. Dianthus 63. Digitalis (Foxglove) Perennial 64. Digitalis (Foxglove) Biennial 65. Echinacea, Purple (Coneflower) 66. Echinacea, White (Coneflower) 67. Echinacea, Other color (Coneflower) 68. Echinacea, Pom Pom or double (Coneflower) 69. Gaillardia (Blanket Flower) 70. Gazania 71. Geranium flower 72. Gerbera Daisy 73. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Red 74. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Pink 75. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, White 76. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Orange 77. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Salmon 78. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Lavender 79. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Purple 80. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Yellow 81. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Green 82. Gladiolus, Flowers 3” and larger, Bi-Color 83. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Red 84. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Pink 85. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, White 86. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Orange 87. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Salmon 88. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Lavender 89. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Purple 90. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Yellow 91. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Green 92. Gladiolus, Flowers under 3”, Bi-Color 93. Helianthus, Annual (Ornamental Sunflower) 94. Heliopsis (Perennial Sunflower) 95. Hemerocallis (Daylily) include several buds for blooms through the week 96. Heuchera (Coral Bells) flower 97. Hibiscus, Perennial include several buds for blooms through the week 98. Hosta, white, flower only 99. Hosta, other color, flower only 100. Impatiens, Single 101. Impatiens, Double 102 Impatiens, New Guinea Type 103. Impatiens, Other 104. Knautia 105. Lantana 106. Lathyrus (Sweet Pea) 107. Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) 108. Liatris (Blazing Star) 109. Lilium from a Bulb 110. Lisianthus 111. Lobelia, Annual 112. Lobelia, Perennial 113. Lycoris (Magic Lily, Resurrection Lily) 114. Lysimachia (Gooseneck Loosestrife) 115. Marigold, Hybrid, 3” and larger, Orange 116. Marigold, Hybrid, 3” and larger, Yellow 117. Marigold, Hybrid, 3” and larger, White 118. Marigold, Hybrid, under 3”, Orange 119. Marigold, Hybrid, under 3”, Yellow 120.Marigold, hybrid, under 3”, White 121. Marigold, French Variegated, Single 122. Marigold, French Variegated, Double 123.Marigold, Petite Single, Orange 124. Marigold, Petite Single, Yellow 125.Marigold, Petite Double, Orange 126.Marigold, Petite Double, Yellow 127. Melampodium (Miniature Zinnia)

128.Mirabilis (Four O’clock) 129. Monarda (Bee Balm, Bergamont) 130.Nasturtium 131. Nicotiana (Ornamental Tobacco) 132.Oenothera (Evening Primrose) 133. Osteospermum 134.Penstemon 135. Pentas 136.Perovskia (Russian Sage) 137. Petunia, Single, 3” and larger, Red, Pink 138.Petunia, Single, 3” and larger, Blue, Purple 139. Petunia, Single, 3” and larger, White, Yellow, Green 140.Petunia, Single, 3” and larger, Bi-Color 141. Petunia, Double, 3” and larger, Red, Pink 142.Petunia, Double, 3” and larger, Blue, Purple 143.Petunia, Double, 3” and larger, White, Yellow, Green 144.Petunia, Double, 3” and larger, Bi-Color 145.Petunia, Single under 3”, Red, Pink 146. Petunia, Single under 3”, Blue, Purple 147. Petunia, Single under 3”, White, Yellow, Green 148.Petunia, Single under 3”, Bi-Color 149. Petunia, Double under 3”, Red, Pink 150.Petunia, Double under 3”, Blue, Purple 151. Petunia, Double under 3”, White, Green, Yellow 152.Petunia, Double under 3”, Bi-Color 153.Phlox, White 154.Phlox, Pink 155. Phlox, Lavender 156.Phlox, Bi-Color 157. Physostegia (Obedient Plant) 158.Platycodon (Balloon Flower) 159. Portulaca (Moss Rose) 160.Rose, Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, or Grandiflora, Red 161. Rose, Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, or Grandiflora, Pink 162.Rose, Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, or Grandiflora, Yellow 163.Rose, Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, or Grandiflora, White 164.Rose, Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, or Grandiflora, Orange, Coral 165.Rose, Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, or Grandiflora, Lavender 166.Rose, Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, or Grandiflora, BiColor 167. Rose, Climbing, Antique, or Landscape, Red 168. Rose, Climbing, Antique, or Landscape, PinK 169.Rose, Climbing, Antique, or Landscape, Yellow 170. Rose, Climbing, Antique, or Landscape, White 171. Rose, Climbing, Antique, or Landscape, Orange, Coral 172.Rose, Climbing, Antique, or Landscape, Lavender 173.Rose, Climbing, Antique, or Landscape, Bi-Color 74. Rose, Miniature, Red 175. Rose, Miniature, Pink 176. Rose, Miniature, Yellow 177. Rose, Miniature, White 178.Rose, Miniature, Orange, Coral 179. Rose, Miniature, Lavender 180.Rose, Miniature Bi-Color 181. Rudbeckia, Black-Eyed Susan 182.Rudbeckia, Gloriosa Daisy 183.Salvia, Annual, Red 184.Salvia, Annual, Blue 185.Salvia, Annual, Other color 186.Salvia, Non-hardy Perennial 187. Salvia, Perennial, Blue


Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

FLOWERS  DEPT. I 188. Salvia, Perennial, Red 189. Salvia, Perennial, Other color 190. Scabiosa 191. Snapdragon, Dragon type, Red 192. Snapdragon, Dragon type, Pink 193.S napdragon, Dragon type, White 194. Snapdragon, Dragon Type, Yellow 195. Snapdragon, Dragon Type, Bi-color 196. Snapdragon, Butterfly Type, Red 197. Snapdragon, Butterfly Type, Pink 198. Snapdragon, Butterfly Type, White 199.Snapdragon, Butterfly Type, Yellow 200. Snapdragon, Butterfly Type, Bi-Color 201. Stock 202. Stokesia (Stoke’s Aster) 203. Tanacetum (Feverfew) 204. Tithonia (Mexican Sunflower) 205. Tritoma (Kniphofia, Red Hot Poker) 206. Verbena, Low Growing 207. Verbena, bonariensis 208. Veronica, tall 209. Veronica, ground cover type 210. Vinca, Annual 211. Viola (Pansy) 212. Viola, species type 213. Zinnia, Cactus type, 4” and larger, Red 214. Zinnia, Cactus type, 4” and larger, Pink 215. Zinnia, Cactus type, 4” and larger, Purple 216. Zinnia, Cactus type, 4” and larger, Orange 217. Zinnia, Cactus type, 4” and larger, Yellow 218. Zinnia, Cactus type, 4” and larger, White 219. Zinnia, Cactus type, 4” and larger, Variegated 220. Zinnia, Cactus type, 2” up to 4”, Red 221. Zinnia, Cactus type, 2” up to 4”, Pink 222. Zinnia, Cactus type, 2” up to 4”, Purple 223. Zinnia, Cactus type, 2” up to 4”, Orange 224. Zinnia, Cactus type, 2” up to 4”, Yellow 225. Zinnia, Cactus type, 2” up to 4”, White 226. Zinnia, Cactus type, 2” up to 4”, Variegated 227. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and Larger, Red 228. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and Larger, Pink 229. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and Larger, Purple 230. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and Larger, Orange 231. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and Larger, Yellow 232. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and Larger, White 233. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and Larger, Green 234. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and Larger, Variegated 235. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 2” up to 4”, Red 236. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 2” up to 4”, Pink 237. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 2” up to 4”, Purple 238. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 2” up to 4”, Orange 239. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 2” up to 4”, Yellow 240. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 2” up to 4”, White 241. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 2” up to 4”, Green 242. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 2” up to 4”, Variegated 243. Zinnia, under 2”, Red 244. Zinnia, under 2”, Pink 245. Zinnia, under 2”, Purple 246. Zinnia, under 2”, Orange 247. Zinnia, under 2”, Yellow 248. Zinnia, under 2”, White 249. Zinnia, under 2”, Green 250. innia, under 2”, Variegated 251. Other Flowering Plants not listed above May enter more than one variety

EVERLASTINGS ENTRIES ARE TO BE FRESH NOT DRIED 252. Achillea (Yarrow) Yellow 253. Achillea (Yarrow) Pink, Red, White, Salmon

254. Achillea (Yarrow) The Pearl 255. Celosia, Comb type, Red, Pink, Purple 256. Celosia, Comb type, Yellow, Orange 257. Celosia, Feather type, Red, Pink, Purple 258. Celosia, Feather type, Yellow, Orange 259. Celosia, Candle type 260. Echinops (Globe Thistle) 261. Eringium (Rattlesnake Master, Sea Holly) 262. Gomphrena (Globe Amaranth) 263. Gypsophilia (Baby’s Breath) Pink or White spray 264. Moluccella (Bells of Ireland) 265. Physalis (Japanese Lantern) 266. Sedum, Tall 267. Sedum, Low-Growing 268. Statice, Annual 269. Statice, Perennial 270. Xerochrysum (Strawflower, Golden Everlasting) 271. Other Everlasting Plants not listed above May enter more than one variety

FOLIAGE 272. Aegopodium (Bishop’s Weed) 273. Amaranthus foliage only 274. Artemisia 275. Begonia foliage only 276. Caladium 277. Calla Lily leaf only 278. Canna leaf only 279. Coleus 280. Dusty Miller 281. Euphorbia (Snow on the Mountain) 282. Euphorbia, other 283. Geranium leaf only 284. Heuchera leaf only 285. Hosta leaf 286. Hypoestes (Polka Dot Plant) 287. Stachys (Lamb’s Ear) 288. Any Other Plant grown for foliage not listed above May enter more than one variety

HERBS 289. Angelica 290. Agastache, Blue, Purple (Anise Hyssop) 291. Agastache, Red, Orange, Yellow (Hummingbird Mint) 292. Basil, Green 293. Basil, Purple 294. Borage 295. Salad Burnet 296. Chamomile 297. Chives, (purple flowered variety) enter 3 leaves and flower if available 298. Chives, garlic (white flowered variety) enter 3 leaves and flower if available 299. Cilantro 300. Comfrey 301. Dill 302. Fennel, Green 303. Fennel, Bronze 304. Hyssop 305. Lavender 306. Lemon Balm 307. Lemon Verbena 308. Lovage 309. Marjoram 310. Mint May enter more than one variety 311. Oregano 312. Parsley, curly 313. Parsley, Italian (flat) 314. Rosemary 315. Rue 316. Sage

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317. Pineapple Sage 318. Santolina 319. Savory, winter 320. Savory, summer 321. Scented Geranium 322. Shiso (Beefsteak Plant, Perilla) Red or Green 323. Sweet Annie 324. Sweet Woodruff 325. Tansy 326. Tarragon 327. Teucrium (Creeping Germander) 328. Thyme 329. Any Other Herb not listed above May enter more than one variety

CONTAINER PLANTS 330. Potted plant, blooming over 10” 331. Potted plant, blooming under 10” 332. Potted plant, foliage over 10” 333. Potted plant, foliage under 10” 334. Hanging plant, blooming over 15” 335. Hanging plant, blooming under 15” 336. Hanging plant, foliage over 15” 337. Hanging plant, foliage under 15” 338. Succulents over 10” 339. Succulents under 10” 340. African Violets 341. Dish Gardens under 10” 342. Dish Gardens over 10”

SECTION III ADULT ARRANGEMENTS 1. Basket of Joy (an exuberant array of flowers in a basket) 2. Brood X (arrangement incorporating 10 insects, real or fake) 3. A Light at the end of the Tunnel (an arrangement using light & dark flowers) 4. ALL lives Matter (arrangement celebrating all people, colors & professions) 5. Space (arrangement celebrating something beyond our atmosphere, like outer space, Mars, or the new Space Command) 6. We are in this Together (pair of arrangements intertwined together)

SECTION II. JUNIOR HORTICULTURE FLOWERING PLANTS 349. 350. 351. 352. 353. 354. 355. 356. 357. 358. 359. 360. 361. 362. 363. 364. 365.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Ageratum Alyssum Angelonia Aster Balsam Begonia, Fibrous, spray Begonia Tuberous Begonia, Angel Wing Calendula (Pot Marigold) Calibrachoa (Million Bells) Calla Lily flower Canna flower Centaurea (Bachelor’s Button) Chrysanthemum, Spray Cleome Coreopsis- Threadleaf Coreopsis- Broad leaf

366. Cosmos any color 367. Dahlia (4” and over) 368. Dahlia, (under 4”) 369. Delphinium 370. Dianthus 371. Digitalis (Foxglove) 372. Echinacea, purple 373. Echinacea, white 374. Echinacea, other 375. Gaillardia 376. Geranium 377. Gerbera Daisy 378. Gladiolus (flowerets 3”and over) 379. Gladiolus (flowerets under 3”) 380. Helianthus, Annual (Sunflower) 381. Heliopsis 382. Hemerocallis (Daylily) include additional buds for blooms through the week 383. Heuchera (Coral-bells) 384. Hosta flower 385. Impatiens, Single 386. Impatiens, Double 387. Impatiens, New Guinea 388. Impatiens, Other 389. 390. Lantana 391. Lathyrus (Sweet Pea) 392. Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) 393. Lilium (from a bulb) 394. Lisianthus 395. Lobelia 396. Lycoris (Magic Lily) 397. Marigold, Hybrid, 3” and larger, Orange 398. Marigold, Hybrid, 3” and larger, Yellow 399. Marigold, Hybrid, 3” and larger, White 400. Marigold, Hybrid, under 3”, Orange 401. Marigold, Hybrid, under 3”, Yellow 402. Marigold, Hybrid, under 3”, White 403. Marigold, French Variegated, Single 404. Marigold, French Variegated, Double 405. Marigold, Petite Single, Orange 406. Marigold, Petite Single, Yellow 407. Marigold, Petite Double, Orange 408. Marigold, Petite Double, Yellow 409. Melampodium 410. Mirabilis (Four O’clock) 411. Monarda (Bee Balm) 412. Myosotis (Forget Me Not) spray 413. Nasturtium 414. Nicotiana 415. Oenothera (Evening Primrose) 416. Petunia 3” and larger, Single 417. Petunia 3” and larger, Double 418. Petunia under 3”, Single 419. Petunia under 3” Double 420. Phlox 421. Physostegia (Obedient Plant) 422. Rose, Red, Red Blends 423. Rose, Pink, Pink Blends 424. Rose, Yellow 425. Rose, White 426. Rose, Orange, Coral 427. Rose, Lavender 428. Rose, Bi-color 429. Rudbeckia, Black-eyed Susan 430. Rudbeckia, Gloriosa Daisy 431. Salvia annual (Red, Purple, Blue, White) 432. Salvia Perennial (Blue, Purple, Red, White) 433. Salvia non-hardy perennial 434. Scabiosa 435. Snapdragon, Dragon Type


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FLOWERS  DEPT. I 436. Snapdragon, Butterfly Type 437. Tanacetum (Feverfew) spray 438. Tithonia 439. Verbena 440. Veronica 441. Vinca (annual) 442. Viola , pansy 443. Viola, species 444. Zinnia, Cactus Type, Red, Purple, Pink 445. Zinnia, Cactus Type, Orange, Yellow, White 446. Zinnia, Cactus Type, Other Color 447. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and over, Red, Purple, Pink 448. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and over, Orange, Yellow, White 449. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, 4” and over, Other Color 450. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, under 4”but over 2”, Red, Purple, Pink 451. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, under 4” but over 2”, Orange, Yellow, White 452. Zinnia, Flat Petaled Type, under 4” but over 2”, Other Color 453. Zinnia Miniature, Red, Purple, Pink 454. Zinnia Miniature, Orange, Yellow, White 455. Other Flowering Plants not listed May enter more than one

EVERLASTING 456. 457. 458. 459. 460. 461. 462. 463.

Achillea (Yarrow) any color Celosia (Plumed) any color Celosia (Crested) any color Celosia (Candelabra) any color Gypsophila (Baby’s Breath), spray Xerochrysum (Straw Flower) Sedum, upright Sedum, low growing

FOLIAGE PLANTS 464. Amaranthus 465. Artemisia 466. Begonia foliage only 467. Calla leaf only 468. Canna leaf only 469. Coleus 470. Dusty Miller 471. Hosta leaf only 472. Stachys (Lamb’s Ear) 473. Euphorbia (Snow on the Mountain) 474. Euphorbia (other) 475. Other Foliage Plants not listed above May enter more than one variety

HERBS 476. Agastache 477. Angelica 478. Artemisia 479. Basil, Green 480. Basil, Red

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481. Borage 482. Salad Burnet 483. Chamomile 484. Cilantro 485. Chives 486. Garlic Chives 487. Comfrey 488. Dill 489. Fennel 490. Hyssop 491. Lavender 492. Lemon Balm 493. Lemon Verbena 494. Lovage 495. Marjoram 496. Mint 497. Oregano 498. Parsley 499. Pineapple Sage 500. Rosemary 501. Rue 502. Sage 503. Santolina 504. Savory 505. Scented Geranium 506. Sweet Woodruff 507. Tansy 508. Tarragon 509. Thyme 510. Any Other Herb not listed above May enter more than one variety

POTTED HOUSE PLANTS 511. House Plant, Blooming over 10” 512. House Plant, Blooming 10” and under 513. House Plant, Foliage over 10” 514. House Plant, Foliage 10” and under 515. Succulents 516. Dish Gardens 517. Hanging Baskets, Blooming 518. Hanging Baskets, Foliage

SECTIONS IV JUNIOR ARRANGEMENTS 1. Basket of Joy (an exuberant array of flowers in a basket) 2. Brood X (arrangement incorporating 10 insects, real or fake) 3. A Light at the end of the Tunnel (an arrangement using light & dark flowers) 4. ALL lives Matter (arrangement celebrating all people, colors & professions) 5. Space (arrangement celebrating something beyond our atmosphere, like outer space, Mars, or the new Space Command) 6. We are in this Together (pair of arrangements intertwined together)

Harrisonburg, Va.

Barbara Roadcap, Department Superintendent TAKE IN OF ALL NON BAKED GOODS FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2021 4 PM. TO 7 PM TAKE IN OF BAKED GOOD SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 2021 FROM 10 A.M. TO NOON JUDGING OF QUILTS FRIDAY AUGUST 13, 2021 7:30 PM JUDGING OF ALL OTHER ITEMS SATURDAY AUGUST 14, 2021 BEGINNING AT 12:30 PM PICK UP OF ITEMS SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 2021 BETWEEN 2-4 PM ALL PREMIUMS WILL BE MAILED OR PICKED UP AT A LATER ANNOUNCED DATE RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. 2.

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Participants must be a resident within Rockingham County or the City of Harrisonburg. Age for participation in Homemaking Department J is 20 (as of January 1 ) and older. Only one entry per class, per person. If an entry does not fit the class description, it will not be changed or judged. We reserve the right to accept or refuse an exhibit. No article will be accepted that does not have a division/class listed in the catalog. Articles entered in the Miscellaneous class must not fit in any class listed elsewhere. When there is no competition in a class, the judges reserve the right to award the prize the item is worthy of, or if it is not worthy, no prize will be given All exhibits entered must be the handiwork of the person entering with the exception of the quilting departments where there are allowances – pay particular notice to those description. The exhibits should be completed during the year since the last fair, and not previously exhibited. (Friendship quilt category and machine quilting) No display of articles for commercial purposes. For each section I, II, III, IV, V, VI, a sweepstakes ribbon will be given and a SWEEPSTAKES ribbon will be awarded to the person receiving the most blue ribbons in the entire Department J. In case of multiple winners, awards will be presented to each. Additional ribbons will be awarded at the discretion of the judges. Homemaking blue ribbon winners – please see department’s premium food awards and for a special State Fair opportunity. Department and Fair Management will not be responsible for articles exhibited.

SECTION I – BAKED GOODS $4 $3 $2 Baked products will be brought in Saturday morning, August 14, 10 A.M. to noon. All products in this section must be exhibited in clear plastic on white paper plate; ¼ cake, ½ loaf bread, 4 rolls, 4 muffins, and 3 cookies. Use as small a plate as possible for an attractive exhibit.

BREAD (1/2 LOAF AND 4 ROLLS/MUFFINS) J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8 J9 J10 J11 J12 J13 J14

Biscuits (Baking Powder) Biscuits (Cheese, Apple, etc.) Bread, Banana Bread, Loaf, Whole Wheat, Yeast Bread, Loaf, White, Yeast Bread, Lemon Nut Bread, Nut Bread, Pumpkin Bread, Zucchini Muffins, Plain Muffins, Variation Rolls (Plain Yeast, White Rolls (Plain, Whole Wheat) Sourdough Bread

CAKES (1/4) J16 J17 J18 J19 J20 J21 J22 J23 J24

Angel Food (No Icing) Applesauce (Loaf or Tube) Carrot Cake Coffee Cake Chocolate Cake Devil’s Food (Chocolate Icing) German Chocolate (Iced) Gingerbread Holiday Cake, Special Occasion

J25 Jiff y Cake (Jell-O, Pudding, etc.) J26 Layer White (Iced) J27 Layer Yellow (Iced) J28 Marble (No Icing) J29 Pound Cake (Old Fashioned) J30 Pound Cake (Any Kind, No Icing) J31 Pumpkin Cake J32 Red Velvet Cake J33 Spice Cake J34 Zucchini cake J35 Decorated Cake (Whole Cake) J36 Decorated cupcakes plate of 3 J37 Miscellaneous Cake not previously listed in this category

COOKIES (PLATE OF 3) J38 Cookies, Applesauce, Drop J39 Cookies, Brownies J40 Cookies, Blonde Brownies J41 Cookies, Cereal Bars J42 Cookies, Chocolate Chip J43 Cookies, Decorated J44 Cookies, Chocolate J45 Cookies, Filled, Any Kind J46 Cookies, Ginger J47 Cookies, Oatmeal J48 Cookies, Peanut Butter J49 Cookies, Pressed J50 Cookies, Pumpkin J51 Cookies, Raisin J52 Cookies, Refrigerator J53 Cookies, Snicker Doodles J54 Cookies, Sugar J55 Miscellaneous Cookie not previously listed in this category

HEALTHY CORNER , NEW! (3 COOKIES, 1/2 BREAD, ¼ CAKE) J56 Sugar free cookies

J57 Sugar free cakes J58 Gluten free cookies J59 Gluten free cakes J60 Gluten free bread J61 Fat free cookies J62 Fat free cakes J63 Allergy free cookies -label specific allergy

PIES (1/4 OR WHOLE 4”TO 6” ALUMINUM OR GLASS PANS ACCEPTABLE) J64 Blackberry Pie J65 Blueberry Pie J66 Chocolate Meringue Pie J67 Coconut Meringue Pie J68 Fruit, Apple Pie J69 Fruit, Cherry (Sweet or Wax) Pie J70 Fruit, Cherry (Sour) Pie J71 Peach Pie J72 Lemon Meringue Pie J73 Mincemeat Pie J74 Pecan Pie J75 Pumpkin Pie J76 Raisin Pie J77 Raspberry Pie J78 Rhubarb Pie J79 Miscellaneous Pie not previously listed in this category

CANDY (5 PIECES) J80 Brittle, Peanut J81 Chew, Cereal J82 Dipped Candy J83 Fudge, Chocolate (Plain) J84 Fudge, Chocolate (with Nuts) J85 Fudge, Peanut Butter . J86 Hard Candy J87 Molded Chocolate J88 Miscellaneous Candy not previously listed in this category


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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

SENIOR HOMEMAKING  DEPT. J SECTION II CANNED PRODUCTS

the name of the exhibitor. If labeled otherwise, they will not be accepted. No jars will be open for judging.

PRESERVES (WHOLE, LARGE CHUNKS; THICK, CLEAR SYRUP, POURABLE)

SECTION III NEEDLE ARTS

$5 $4 $3 $4 $3 $2Only clear glass regular Items created using a needle other pint or quart clean canning jars will than hand sewing needle and not be accepted. No mayonnaise jars or J127 Preserves, Blueberry listed in Fabric Arts; Technique is J128 Preserves, Cherry colored jars, etc., will be accepted. most important. All exhibits should Leave rings on jars. No rusty rings or J129 Preserves, Peach be cleaned and laundered before lids will be accepted. Jars should be J130 Preserves, Pear exhibiting. All exhibits must be made clean. No artificial coloring. Label all J131 Preserves, Strawberry by person exhibiting except vintage. jars on the bottom stating contents, J132 Miscellaneous Preserves not Wall Hangings should be finished for previously listed in this category but not the name of the exhibitor. If hanging. All Quilts and Wall Hangings labeled otherwise, they will not be JAMS (CHOPPED, CRUSHED should have a hanging sleeve or loops accepted. No cans will be opened for FRUIT; SOFT SET) in order to display securely. All Framed judging. J133 Jam, Blackberry Needlework should have picture wire J134 Jam, Blueberry attached and be ready to hang. FRUITS J135 Jam, Peach J89 Applesauce COMFORTERS J136 Jam, Raspberry J90 Blackberries J174 Baby comforter, Knotted/tied J137 Jam, Strawberry J91 Blueberries J175 Bed comforter, Knotted/tied J138 Miscellaneous Jam not J92 Cherries sour J176 Comforter, frayed edge previously listed in this category J93 Cherries, sweet J177 Lap quilt, knotted/tied J94 Cherries, white JELLIES (CLEAR, NO PIECES, QUILTED ITEMS, HAND J95 Juice FIRM, BUT SPREADABLE) QUILTED J96 Peaches J139 Jelly, Apple J97 Pears J178 Heirloom quilt, created using J140 Jelly, Blackberry J98 Plums (Blue, etc.) clothing articles or hankies J141 Jelly, Blueberry J99 Rasberries J179 Lap Quilt J142 Jelly, Cherry J100 Miscellaneous Fruit not J180 Quilt, Baby Hand Appliqued J143 Jelly, Grape previously listed in this category J181 Quilt, Baby Machine Appliqued J144 Jelly, Peach J182 Quilt, Baby Machine J145 Jelly, Raspberry VEGETABLES Embroidered J146 Jelly, Strawberry J101 Beans, Green J183 Quilt, Baby, Hand Embroidered J102 Beans, Lima HONEY J184 Quilt, Baby, Pieced J103 Beets, Whole J147 Honey, with comb J185 Quilt, Cathedral Window J104 Beets, Sliced J148 Honey, strained J186 Quilt, Friendship J105 Carrots, Sliced J187 Quilt, Hand Appliqued BUTTER J106 Corn, Cut Off Cob J188 Quilt, Hand Embroidered J149 Apple Butter J107 Peas J189 Quilt, Machine Appliqued J150 Pear Butter J108 Potatoes J190 Quilt, Machine Embroidered J151 Peach Butter J109 Sweet Potatoes J191 Quilt, Panels J152 Miscellaneous Butter not J110 Tomatoes, Juice J192 Quilt, Pieced previously listed in this category J111 Tomatoes, Halves J193 Quilt, Pictorial J112 Tomatoes, Whole J194 Quilt, Pillow PICKLES J113 Miscellaneous Vegetable not J195 Quilted, Whole Cloth J153 Pickles, Beets previously listed in this category J196 Quilted Table Runner J154 Pickles, Bread and Butter J197 Vintage Quilt, 25 years or older PIE FILLINGS J155 Pickles, Cucumber (Dill) made by self and or others. J156 Pickles, Cucumber (Sweet) J114 Apple pie filling J198 Wall Hanging, Hand Appliqued J157 Pickles, Lime J115 Blackberry pie filling J199 Wall Hanging, Machine J158 Pickles, Mixed J116 Blueberry pie filling Appliqued J159 Pickles, Watermelon J117 Cherry pie filling J200 Wall Hanging, no larger than 100” J160 Miscellaneous Pickles not J118 Mincemeat pie filling perimeter previously listed in this category J119 Peach pie filling J201 Wall Hanging, no larger than 200” J120 Miscellaneous Pie Filling not RELISHES AND SAUCES perimeter previously listed in this category J202 Wall Hanging, no larger than 40” J161 Catsup MEATS perimeter J162 Relish J163 Salsa J121 Beef QUILTED ITEMS, MACHINE J164 Pizza Sauce J122 Pork, Sausage QUILTED J165 Spaghetti sauce J123 Pork, Tenderloin J203 Heirloom quilt, created using J166 Miscellaneous Relishes AND J124 Poultry (Turkey, Chicken, etc.) clothing articles or hankies Sauces not previously listed in this J125 Wild Game J204 Lap Quilt category J126 Miscellaneous Meat not J205 Quilt, Baby Hand Appliqued previously listed in this category DRIED OR DEHYDRATED J206 Quilt, Baby Machine Appliqued FOODS (6 PIECES OR PRESERVES, JAMS, J207 Quilt, Baby Machine 2 TABLESPOONS OR 2 JELLIES, PICKLES, SAUCES, Embroidered STEMS IN CLEAR PLASTIC J208 Quilt, Baby, Hand Embroidered RELISHES, ETC. J209 Quilt, Baby, Pieced SANDWICH BAGGIE) Leave rings on jars. Jams, Jellies, J210 Quilt, Cathedral Window and preserves must be processed. J167 Fruits J211 Quilt, Friendship All relishes, preserves, jellies, jams, J168 Meats J212 Quilt, Hand Appliqued Add Quilt, sauces and honey accepted in clean J169 Vegetables made from panels ½ pint, pint or quart clear canning J170 Herbs J213 Quilt, Hand Embroidered jars. Dried foods – ½ dozen pieces J214 Quilt, Machine Appliqued VINEGARS in plastic bag labeled with contents. J215 Quilt, Machine Embroidered Vinegars must be in clear container J171 Apple Cider Vinegar J216 Quilt, Panels quart size and under. Label all jars on J172 Flavored Vinegars J217 Quilt, Pictorial the bottom stating contents, but not J173 White Cider Vinegar

J218 J219 J220 J221 J222 J223 J224 J225 J226 J227

Quilt, Pieced Quilt, Pillow Quilted Table Runner Quilted Whole cloth Vintage Quilt, 25 years or older made by self or with others Wall Hanging, Hand Appliqued Wall Hanging, Machine Appliqued Wall Hanging, no larger than 100” perimeter Wall Hanging, no larger than 200” perimeter Wall Hanging, no larger than 40” perimeter

QUILTED BY OTHERS J228 Heirloom quilt, created using clothing articles or hankies J229 Lap Quilt J230 Quilt, Baby Hand Appliqued J231 Quilt, Baby Machine Appliqued J232 Quilt, Baby Machine Embroidered J233 Quilt, Baby, Hand Embroidered J234 Quilt, Baby, pieced J235 Quilt, Cathedral Window J236 Quilt, Friendship J237 Quilt, Hand Appliqued J238 Quilt, Hand Embroidered J239 Quilt, Machine Appliqued J240 Quilt, Machine Embroidered J241 Quilt, Panels J242 Quilt, Pictorial J243 Quilt, Pillow J244 Quilt, Whole Cloth J245 Vintage Quilt, 25 years or older made by self or with others J246 Wall Hanging, Hand Appliqued J247 Wall Hanging, Machine Appliqued J248 Wall Hanging, no larger than 100” perimeter J249 Wall Hanging, no larger than 200” perimeter J250 Wall Hanging, no larger than 40” perimeter

COUNTED CROSS STITCH (FROM PATTERN OR ORIGINAL DESIGN) J251 Counted cross stitch Framed picture, worked area up to 8½” x10” J252 Counted cross stitch Framed picture, worked area up to 8½” x10” J253 Counted cross stitch Baby bib J254 Counted cross stitch Ornament J255 Counted cross stitch Pillow J256 Counted cross stitch Sampler worked area up to 8 ½” x 10” J257 Counted cross stitch Sampler, worked area over 8 ½” x 10” J258 Counted cross stitch Towel J259 Miscellaneous Counted cross stitch item not previously listed in the category J264 Stamped Cross Stitch (pattern preprinted or transferred onto fabric) J265 Stamped cross stitch Framed picture, worked area up to 8½” x10” J266 Stamped cross stitch Framed picture, worked over to 8½” x10” J267 Stamped cross stitch Baby bib J268 Stamped cross stitch Pillow J269 Stamped cross stitch Pillow case J270 Stamped cross stitched Towel J271 Miscellaneous Stamped cross stitch not previously listed in this category

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HAND EMBROIDERY (ORIGINAL WORK OR KIT, STITCHED BY HAND) J272 Embroidered Garment, Original work J273 Embroidered Ornament, Original work J274 Embroidered Pillow, Original work J275 Embroidered Wall Hanging, Original work - Up to 8”sq work area J276 Embroidered Wall Hanging, Original work - Over 8” sq. work area J277 Embroidered Ornament, Kit J278 Embroidered Pillow, Kit J279 Embroidered Wall Hanging, Kit Up to 8”sq worked area J280 Embroidered Wall Hanging, Kit Over 8” sq. worked area J281 Miscellaneous Hand Embroidered item not previously listed in this category

MACHINE EMBROIDERY (ORIGINAL WORK/ FREE MOTION, STITCHED BY MACHINE) NEW J282 Embroidered Accessory J283 Embroidered Bag/tote/ backpack J284 Embroidered Clothing item woven J285 Embroidered Clothing item knit J286 Embroidered Mixed media -threads, ribbon, paper, etc. J287 Embroidered Ornament J288 Embroidered Wall hanging J289 Miscellaneous Machine Embroidered item not previously listed in this category

J314 Knitted Sweaters (Pullover) J315 Knitted item With Recycled material J316 Variety Basket of Knitted Novelties- grouping of at least 5 different items ( critters, doo dads, mug warmers, dish cloths for example) J317 Miscellaneous Knitted Item not previously listed in this category

CROCHET J318 J319 J320 J321 J322 J323 J324 J325 J326 J327 J328 J329 J330 J331 J332 J333 J334 J335 J336 J337 J338 J339 J340 J341 J342 J343 J344 J345

MACHINE EMBROIDERY (COMPUTERIZED PATTERN J346 STITCHED BY MACHINE) NEW! J290 Embroidered Bag/tote/ backpack J291 Embroidered Cap, hat, J292 Embroidered Clothing item Knit J293 Embroidered Clothing item woven J294 Embroidered Novelty item J295 Embroidered Ornament J296 Embroidered Sweatshirt J297 Embroidered Wall-hanging J298 Embroidered Towel J299 Miscellaneous Machine Embroidered item not previously listed in this category

KNITTING J300 J301 J302 J303 J304 J305 J306 J307 J308 J309 J310 J311 J312 J313

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Knitted Blanket Knitted Animal/Critter/Toy Knitted Baby Set Knitted Baby blanket (Crib or Carriage) Knitted Fingerless gloves Knitted Hat Hat (Loomed) Knitted Garment, Top Knitted Mittens Knitted Scarf Scarf (Loomed) Knitted Shawl/wrap/poncho/ cape Knitted Socks Knitted Sweaters (Cardigan)

J347

Crocheted Blanket, Lap robe Crocheted Blanket, Granny Crocheted Blanket, Ripple Crocheted Blanket, Shell Stitch Crocheted Blanket, Broom Stitch Crocheted Blanket/Not Listed Crocheted Animal/Critter/Toy Crocheted Baby Blankets (Crib or Carriage) Crocheted Booties Crocheted Baby Set Crocheted Decorative item Crocheted Doll Ensemble Crocheted Dress, Infant or Child Crocheted Edge, Pillow Case Crocheted Fingerless gloves Crocheted Garment, Top Crocheted Hat Crocheted Hat and Scarf Set Crocheted Jewelry Crocheted Mittens Crocheted Pillow Crocheted Purse Crocheted Scarf Crocheted Shawl/ wrap/ poncho / cape Crocheted Scuffs/slippers Crocheted Socks Crocheted Sweater Crocheted item Made w/ Recycled material Variety Basket of Crocheted Novelties- grouping of at least 5 different items (critters, doo dads, mug warmers, dish cloths for example) Miscellaneous Crocheted items not previously listed

MISCELLANEOUS NEEDLE ARTS NOT PREVIOUSLY LISTED IN ANOTHER NEEDLE ART CATEGORY J348 J349 J350 J351 J352 J353 J354 J355 J356 J357 J358 J359 J360 J361 J362 J363 J364 J365 J366 J367 J368

$5 $4 $3 Heirloom Stitching, Hardinger Heirloom Stitching, Hemstitch Heirloom Stitching, Smocking Latch Hook, Pillow Latch hook, Rug Needle Felting, Creature Needle Felting, Decorative object Needle Felting, Ornament Needlepoint, Framed Picture Needlepoint, Stocking Needlepoint, Miscellaneous Needle Punch Plastic Canvas, Decorative object Plastic Canvas, 3-D Ornament Plastic Canvas, Flat Ornament Plastic Canvas, Magnet Plastic Canvas, Tissue box Rug Hooking, Decorative item Rug Hooking, Rug Rug Hooking, Wall hanging Miscellaneous, does not fit in any other needle arts category


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SENIOR HOMEMAKING  DEPT. J SECTION IV FABRIC ARTS

$5 $4 $3 J451 Christmas Decorative item J452 Christmas Table decoration J453 Christmas Tree ornaments, using hand needle, sewing machine Beaded and/or serger. Items should be clean J454 Christmas Tree ornaments, and pressed. Hangers used where Multimedia or combination appropriate of materials (Submit 2 items) $5 $4 $3 J455 Christmas Tree ornaments, Sequin/Beading on Felt NEW ADDED BACK THIS SEWN HOLIDAY J456 Christmas Tree ornaments, YEAR 2021 FASHION DECORATIONS—YEARUpcycled SEWING SEWN GARMENTS ROUND HOLIDAYS J457 Christmas Tree ornaments, MADE FOR ADULTS J419 Sewn Christmas Stocking Wooden J369 Sewn Apron, w/waistband J420 Sewn Felt Decorative Object J458 Christmas Wall hanging, Sequin/ J370 Sewn Apron, w/ bib J421 Sewn Flag or Banner Beading on Felt J371 Sewn Apron, cobbler style J422 Sewn Holiday Centerpieces/ Table J459 Christmas Wreath J372 Sewn Apron, Miscellaneous not decoration J460 Easter/Spring Decorative item previously listed J423 Sewn Holiday Wall hanging, Kit J461 Easter/Spring Table decoration J373 Sewn Athletic/Sports apparel J424 Sewn Holiday Wall hanging, J462 Easter/ Spring Wreath J374 Sewn Blouse, w/ sleeves Original design J463 Fall Decorative item J375 Sewn Blouse, w/o sleeves J425 Sewn Holiday Wreath J464 Fall Table Decoration J376 Sewn Blouse, t-shirt style, knit J426 Sewn Ornament, 3-D (2+ sided) J465 Fall Wreath J377 Sewn Dress / Jumper J427 Sewn Ornament, Flat (One-sided) J466 Halloween Decorative item J378 Sewn Dress, formal/dressy J428 Sewn Tree Skirt J467 Halloween Table decoration J379 Sewn Nightwear J429 Miscellaneous Sewn Holiday J468 Halloween Wreath J380 Sewn Shorts Decoration not listed above J469 Patriotic Decorative item J381 Sewn Skirt, w/ fitted waistband J470 Patriotic Table decoration J382 Sewn Skirt, w/o fitted waistband SEWN CHILDREN’S TOY/ J471 Patriotic Wreath J383 Sewn Skorts ACCESSORY J472 Valentine’s Day Decorative item J384 Sewn Split skirt J430 Sewn Cloth Doll J473 Valentine’s Day Table J385 Sewn Original Design, not from J431 Sewn Doll Dress Decoration commercial pattern J432 Sewn Doll Wardrobe (3 or more J474 Valentine’s Day Wreath J386 Sewn Upcycled, Garment made items) J475 Miscellaneous Holiday decoration from another garment J433 Sewn Stuffed toy not previously listed J387 Miscellaneous sewn item not J434 Sewn Nursery/Baby accessory, previously listed JEWELRY JUDGED ON USE Bib/Burp cloth OF MATERIAL/TECHNIQUE J435 Sewn Nursery/Baby accessory, SEWN GARMENTS MADE Diaper bag $4 $3 $2 FOR CHILDREN J436 Sewn Nursery/Baby accessory, J476 Jewelry Beadwork, Strung J388 Sewn for Baby up to age 1, Décor item J477 Jewelry Beadwork, Woven Garment J437 Miscellaneous Children’s Toy or J478 Jewelry Ceramic J389 Sewn for Baby up to age 1, 2 or 3 Accessory not previously listed J479 Jewelry Glass/Stone piece Outfit J480 Jewelry Leather J390 Sewn for Baby up to age 1, SEWN PET ITEMS/ J481 Jewelry Macramé Pajamas ACCESSORIES NEW! J482 Jewelry Metalwork J391 Sewn for Toddler age 1-3, Garment J438 Sewn Pet Bag J483 Jewelry Paper J392 Sewn for Toddler age 1-3, 2 or 3 J439 Sewn Pet Bed J484 Jewelry Plastic piece Outfit J440 Sewn Pet Collars J485 Jewelry Polymer Clay J393 Sewn for Toddler age 1-3, Pajamas J441 Sewn Pet Costume J486 Jewelry Resin J394 Sewn for Child age 4-10, Garment J487 Jewelry Shell/Natural materials J395 Sewn for Child age 4-10, 2 or 3 piece J442 Sewn Pet Outfit J443 Sewn Pet Toy J488 Jewelry Upcycled Outfit J444 Miscellaneous Sewn Pet item not J489 Jewelry Wire/Coiled J396 Sewn for Child age 4-10, Pajamas previously listed J490 Jewelry Wooden COSTUMES J491 Miscellaneous Jewelry not previously listed in this category J397 Costumes sewn for adults J398 Costumes sewn for children

WEARABLE SEWN ACCESSORIES J399 J400 J401 J402

Sewn Purse/handbag Sewn Scarf Sewn Tote bag Miscellaneous sewn garment accessory not previously listed

FABRIC HANDICRAFT SEWING, SEWN HOME DECOR AND ACCESSORIES J403 Basket, Fabric Coiled J404 Basket, Fabric Pieced J405 Sewn Casserole carrier J406 Sewn Dresser scarf J407 Sewn Hot pad J408 Sewn Hot mitt J409 Sewn Mug rug J410 Sewn Pillow, patchwork (not quilted/ebb) J411 Sewn Pillow, Plain or Simple J412 Sewn Pillow, Embellished J413 Sewn Pillowcase

J414 Sewn Place mats (other than quilted) J415 Sewn Table runner (other than quilted) J416 Sewn Wall hanging (other than quilted) J417 Sewn Zippered bag J418 Miscellaneous Sewn Accessory not previously listed

J501 Collage journal J502 Collage/Decoupage J503 Flat work J504 Flowers J505 Framed work J506 Greeting Card, Die Cut / Punched shapes J507 Greeting Card, Dry embossed (dimensional design) J508 Greeting Card, Hand colored J509 Greeting Card, Holiday Card J510 Greeting Card, Mixed media J511 Greeting Card, Rubber stamped J512 Greeting Card, Wet embossed (dimensional design) J513 Greeting Card, 3-D (pop-up, shadow box, etc.) J514 Mixed paper media J515 Ornaments (flat, one-sided) J516 Ornaments (3-D, 2+ sides) J517 Quilling, flat (design on one side) J518 Quilling, 3-D (design with 2 or more sides) J519 Scrapbooking, Celebrations/ Everyday Moments/Travel (submit 2 pages) J520 Scrapbooking, Family/Pets/ Heritage/Genealogy/Tribute (submit 2 pages) J521 Shadow Box J522 Upcycled work using paper craft/cardboard products J523 Miscellaneous Paper Craft not previously listed in this category

POTTERY, HAND BUILT $5 $4 $3 Hand built Bowl Hand built Mug Hand built Plate Hand built Open Container (vase, bottle, planter, pitcher, etc.) J528 Hand built Kitchenware (soap dish, garlic plate, etc.) J529 Hand built Decorative object J530 Miscellaneous Hand built pottery not previously listed J524 J525 J526 J527

POTTERY, WHEEL THROWN

$5 $4 $3 J531 Wheel thrown Bowl J532 Wheel thrown Mug J533 Wheel thrown Plate J534 Wheel thrown Open Container MACRAME (vase, bottle, planter, pitcher, etc.) $4 $3 $2 NEW! J492 Macramé Plant hanger (shorter J535 Wheel thrown Kitchenware (soap dish, garlic plate, etc.) (ANYTHING UTILIZING GLITTER than 18” measured from hanger J536 Wheel thrown Decorative MUST BE ENCASED IN PLASTIC) to bottom of design) object J493 Macramé Plant hanger (18” long BASKETRY J537 Miscellaneous Wheel thrown and up measured from hanger $5 $4 $3 pottery not previously listed to bottom of design) J445 Flat Splint (3/4 of basket woven J494 Macramé Wall hanging (knotted with flat oak or ash reed) THEMED CRAFT area 10” square or less) J446 Miniature (anything 2” diameter J495 Macramé Wall hanging (knotted $5 $4 $3 NEW! and under) area larger than 10” square) J538 Rockingham County Fair - A J447 Natural Material (honeysuckle, J496 Macramé Ornament craft inspired by your vision grapevine, willow, wisteria, etc.) J497 Miscellaneous Macramé not of this year’s fair theme J448 Rib Construction (egg, melon, previously listed in this potato, etc.) WEAVING J449 Round Reed or Vacker (using all PAPER CRAFTS (PAPER/ round reed) $4 $3 $2 BOARD IS MAIN J450 Miscellaneous Basketry not CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL) J539 Dream Catcher previously listed J540 Loom (other than wall hanging $4 $3 $2 or rug) HOLIDAY DECORATIONS J498 3-D work (dimensional) J541 Mixed Media/Misc. materials J499 Altered Book NOT LISTED IN OTHER J542 Woven Rug J500 Cardboard/chipboard/mat CATEGORIES J543 Wall Hanging (12” square or board work

SECTION V HANDCRAFTED ARTS

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smaller) J544 Wall Hanging (larger than 12” square) J545 Miscellaneous Weaving item not previously listed in this category

WINE CRAFT $4 $3 $2 NEW! J546 Cork Art J547 Decorated wine glasses J548 Upcycled wine bottle J549 Wine bag

WOOD CARVING $5 $4 $3 Aquatic, Realistic or Stylized Bird, Realistic or Stylized Chainsaw Carving Abstract Carving Animal, Realistic or Stylized Caricature Carving Chip Carving Human Sculpture, Realistic or Stylized J558 Ornamental Carving J559 Relief Carving, Realistic or Stylized J560 Waterfowl/Shorebird, Realistic or stylized J561 Whittling J562 Miscellaneous Wood Carving not previously listed in this category J550 J551 J552 J553 J554 J555 J556 J557

WOOD TURNING $5 $4 $3 J563 Wood Turned Bowl/Platter J564 Wood turned Box/Container J565 Wood turned Hollow form J566 Wood turned Pens/Pencil J567 Wood turned Vase J568 Wood turned incorporating surface treatments or decorations J569 Wood turned Vase J570 Miscellaneous Wood Turning not previously listed in this category

WOODWORKING $5 $4 $3 Wooden Bed Wooden Bowl Wooden Box Wooden Cabinet Wooden Chair Wooden Item made from a kit Wooden Model not made from a kit J578 Wooden Musical Instrument J579 Wooden Table J580 Wooden Tools and Toys J581 Miscellaneous Woodworking item not previously listed in this category J571 J572 J573 J574 J575 J576 J577

MISCELLANEOUS HANDCRAFTED ARTS $4 $3 $2 J582 Alcohol Inks - NEW! J583 Beaded item (other than Christmas ornament or Jewelry) J584 Candle, handmade J585 Decorative Painting, Fabric item J586 Decorative Painting, Glass item J587 Decorative Painting, Metal item J588 Decorative Painting, Rocks J589 Decorative Painting, Wood item J590 Decoupage item J591 Die-cut Machine Design, garment NEW!

J592 Die-cut Machine Design, home décor NEW! J593 Die-cut Machine Design, wood NEW! J594 Dot painting NEW! J595 Framed picture (made from material not previously listed) J596 Glass Etching J597 Handmade flowers (other than paper) J598 Leatherwork (tooled, carved, stamped, etc.) J599 Metalwork item (tin punch, embossed, etc.) J600 Miniatures, one piece J601 Miniatures, room/vignette/ group J602 Mosaics J603 Novelty Item J604 Paint Pouring, 12 inches and smaller NEW! J605 Paint Pouring, 12 inches and larger NEW! J606 Pressed Flowers: card or picture J607 Rubber Stamped item (other than on paper) J608 Seashell Craft J609 Shadow Box Display J610 Soap, handmade/decorated J611 Stained Glass J612 Stenciled item J613 String Art J614 Upcycled Craft (other than paper/ cardboard products) J615 Wall Hanging Not previously listed in any other section/ category J616 Miscellaneous Craft Not previously listed in any other category

SECTION VI ASSISTED LIVING ADULTS OPEN CLASS $4 $3 $2 Retirement Homes, Assisted Living OR any adult receiving some form of assisted care. J617 J618 J619 J620 J621 J622 J623 J624 J625 J626 J627 J628 J629 J630 J631 J632 J633 J634 J635 J636 J637 J638 J639 J640 J641 J642 J643 J644 J645 J646 J647 J648

Blanket Articles made of Wood Beaded Items Canvas Craft Ceramics Christmas Tree Ornaments Craft made from Paper Creative Crafts Crocheted Articles Other than Afghans and pillows Embroidered Articles Foam Articles Hand Stitched Items Items made of Wool and Needle Felting Jewelry, Earrings Jewelry, Necklace Jewelry, Pin or Pendant Knitted Articles Lap Robe Latch Hook Nature Craft Novelty Item Pillow, Crocheted Pillow, Patchwork Quilt, Comforter Recycled Articles Rubber Stamp Items Sand Art Sewn Accessory Sewn Craft Sewn Garment Yarn Arts Miscellaneous item not previously listed


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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JUNIOR HOMEMAKING  DEPT. K Karen Hochstetler, Department Superintendent

RULES AND REGULATIONS This department is open to all youth (ages 4-19 as of January 1, 2021) living in Rockingham County or the City of Harrisonburg. Rockingham 4-H members who reside outside Rockingham or Harrisonburg are also eligible to enter in this department. All exhibits except baked goods must be brought in from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, August 15. Only baked goods may be brought in on Monday, August 16, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Absolutely nothing other than baked goods will be accepted on Monday. Judging will be from 9:30 a.m. to Noon on Monday. EXHIBITS ENTERED SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY EXHIBITED AND ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE MADE BY THE EXHIBITOR. Only one exhibit permitted per class number per person. The department and fair management will not be responsible for articles exhibited. Items are to be picked up on Sunday afternoon, August 22, between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Having your claim check and claiming the item in person will make the process go quickly. When there is no competition in a class, the judges reserve the right to award the prize if it is worthy, or, if it is not worthy, no prize will be awarded. When there more than 10 entries in a class, the judges have the option to award two sets of ribbons. An overall sweepstakes ribbon will be awarded to one child ages 4-8, one child 9-13, and one youth 1419 who receives the most blue ribbons in their age division AND for ages 9-13 and 14- 19 has entered at least 3 items in each of at least three of the six sections (I,II,III,IV,V & VI) in Department K, for ages 4- 8 has entered two of the six sections. You are not eligible to receive this award but one time in a period of three years (not counting 2020 Covid year). Once in three years applies to changing age groups as well. There will also be a sweepstakes award in ages 4-8, 9-13, and 14-19 for each Section (I,II,III,IV,V &VI) in Department K. These may be won more than once.

SECTION I CRAFTS Take-in time: Sunday, August 15, 2 p.m-6 p.m. ONLY All craft items must be made by the exhibitor. Exhibits must be clean and dry. Hangers should be used for displaying clothing items when appropriate, and all pictures should have hooks for hanging. Names are not permitted on the item, so please cover any name that is permanently displayed on the craft until after the judges have made their decision. Only one item per class number can be entered by an individual. Please present your items in numerical order to speed up the takein process

AGES 4-8 YEARS

Class No. 1st 2nd 3rd K-1. Basket (Decorated: only “Decoration” judged) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-2. Basket (Handmade) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-3. Christmas Ornament 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-4. Clay Foam Item 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-5. Collection (Description or Labeling required) 2.25 1.75 1.50

CONSTRUCTED TOYS

(Blocks, logs, Legos must be entirely self-supporting and in sturdy container such as box lid)

PLEASE NOTE: Classes will be followed as listed. No new classes will be initiated. We will take recommendations for the following year. If you are entering a large number of items, it is suggested that you go by the Fair Office the week before the fair and pick up entry cards to fill out at home. Fill in your name and class number from the 2021 catalog only. All other information will be completed when you enter your item. Please use only blue or black ink. Also, when entering baked goods, please use plain white disposable, dessert-size plates. When possible, it would be helpful if you present your entries in numerical order. Please put a phone number on the white card that is attached to your entries.

SWEEPSTAKES PREMIUMS PROVIDED BY THESE LOCAL BUSINESSES: I – Crafts (ages 4-8: $25 Gift Certificate from Tic Tac Toys, Dayton Market, Dayton; ages 9-13 & 14-19: $25 Gift Card each Braithwaite Studios, Dayton) II – STEM & Woodworking (ages 9-13 & 14-19: $25 Gift Certificate from Timeless Toys, Shenandoah Heritage Market, Harrisonburg) III – Canning (ages 9-13 & 14-19: $25 Gift Certificate from Kitchen Kupboard, Shenandoah Heritage Market, Harrisonburg) IV – Sewing (ages 8-13 & 14-19: $25 Gift Certificate from Patchwork Plus, Dayton) V – Ceramics (ages 4-8, ages 9-13 & 14-19: $25 Gift Certificate from You Made It!, Harrisonburg) VI – Baking (ages 4-8; ages 9-13 & 14-19: $25 Gift Certificate from The Cheese Place, Dayton Market, Dayton)

OVERALL SWEEPSTAKES WINNERS RECEIVE: Ages 14-19 $200.00 Cash Award provided by Mt. Crawford Creamery Ages 9-13 $100.00 Cash Award provided by Mt. Crawford Creamery Ages 4-8 $35.00 Cash Award provided by Mt. Crawford Creamery

K-6. Constructed Toy – Building or Scene (Single Item Less than 12”x12”x12”) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-7. Constructed Toy—Vehicle, Air, Space, or Water craft (Single Item Less than 12”x12”x12”) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-8. Constructed Toy—Building or Scene (Single Item greater Than 12”x12” and less than 16”X16”X16”) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-9. Constructed Toy—Vehicle, Air, Space, or Water craft than 16”X16”X16”) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-10. Craft Flowers (Set of Three) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-11. Creative Craft (Craft sticks or Toothpicks) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-12. Creative Craft (Natural Materials) 2.25 1.75 1.50K-13. Creative Craft (Original) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-14. Decoupaged Item 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-15. Decorated Item (Only “decoration” judged) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-16. Doll (From Kit 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-17. Door Hanging (Fall Theme) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-18. Door Hanging (Winter Theme) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-19. Door Hanging (Spring Theme) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-20. Door Hanging (Summer Theme) 2.25 1.75 1.50

K-21. Duct Tape Item 2.25 1.75 1.50K-22. Embroidered Item 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-23. Fast-fuse Beads 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-24. Foam Article, other than Seasonal 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-25. Foam (Decorative Object, Fall Theme) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-26. Foam (Decorative Object, Winter Theme) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-27. Foam (Decorative Object, Spring Theme) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-28. Foam (Decorative Object, Summer Theme) 2.25 1.75 1.500 K-29. Hair Accessory 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-30. Jewelry 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-31. Masks 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-32. Model (Kit) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-33. Mosaic Art Piece 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-34. Painted Item (Pre-Designed, Other than Picture) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-35. Painted Item (Free Hand, Other than Picture) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-36. Painted Shirt (Hand Decorated; on Hanger) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K- 37. Painted Shirt (Decal Decorated; on Hanger) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-38. Paper Craft (3-D) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-39. Paper Craft (Flat, not a drawing) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-40. Paper Mache 2.25 1.75 1.50

K-41. Pillow (Kit) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-42. Pillow (Original) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-43. Plastic Craft 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-44. Pompom Item (Display of 3 or More Figures 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-45. Puppet 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-46. Article made from recyclable materials 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-47. Refrigerator Magnet 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-48. Rock Babies (Display of 3 or more Figures) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-49. Rubber Stamped Cards (Set of 3) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-50. Sand Art (Flat/Picture-framed) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-51. Sand Art (In Bottle) K-52. Seed Art 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-53. Stepping Stones 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-54. Stenciled Item 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-55. Stuffed Toy 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-56. Sun Catcher (kit) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-57. Sun Catcher (Original2.25 1.75 1.50 K-58. Sewn Item 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-59. Tea Towel (Decorated) 2.251.75 1.50 K-60. Tie-Dyed Article 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-61. Velvet Art (Framed or Matted) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-62. Wall Hanging (Not a drawing; Must be Hangable) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-63. Wooden Item (Handmade) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-64. Wooden Item (Kit) 2.25 1.75 1.50 K-65. Woven Item (Potholders, etc.) 2.25 1.75 1.50

AGES 9 -13 YEARS NEEDLEWORK

K-66. Article (Crocheted) 3.25 2.75 2.50 67. Article (Embroidered) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-68. Article (Knitted) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-69. Article (Needlepoint) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-70. Article (Woven) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-71. Cross Stitch (Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-72. Cross Stitch (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-73. Doll (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-74. Doll (From a Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-75. Pillow (Cross Stitch 3.25 2.75 2.50K-76. Pillow (Hooked)3.25 2.75 2.50 K-77. Pot Holder (Woven) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-78. Pot Holder (Other, not Sewn) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-79. Tea Towel (Decorated; not Sewn) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-80. Wall Hanging (Embroidered)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-81. Wall Hanging (Hooked)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-82. Wall Hanging (Needlepoint)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-83. Needlework Wall Hanging (Summer Theme)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-84. Needlework Wall Hanging (Fall Theme)* 3.25 2.752.500 K-85. Needlework Wall Hanging (Winter Theme)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-86. Needlework Wall Hanging (Spring Theme)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-87. Needlework Wall Hanging (Misc. Not Previously Listed)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 *Wall Hangings must be “Hangable” for display purposes at the Fair and must not be a drawing.

CRAFTS – AGES 9-13 YEARS

K-88. Basket (Decorated; not gift basket) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-89. Basket (Handmade) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-90. Candle 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-91. Christmas Centerpiece

3.25 2.75 2.50 K-92. Christmas Door Decoration 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-93. Christmas Tree Ornaments (Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-94. Christmas Tree Ornaments (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-95. Clay Foam Item 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-96. Collection (cars) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-97. Collection (Description or labeling required) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-98. Decoupaged Item 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-99. Decorated Item (only “decoration” judged) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-100. Decorated Shirt 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-101. Duct Tape Flowers 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-102. Duct Tape Wallet 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-103. Duct Tape Item 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-104. Dream Catchers 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-105. Fast-Fuse Beads 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-106. Foam Article (Other than Seasonal) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-107. Foam (Decorative Object, Fall Theme) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-108. Foam (Decorative Object, Winter Theme) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-109. Foam (Decorative Object, Spring Theme) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-110. Foam (Decorative Object, Summer Theme) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-111. Flowers (Craft, Set of 3, not Duct Tape) 3.25 2.752.500 K-112. Foil Engraving 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-113. Hair Accessory 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-114. Macramé 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-115. Masks 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-116. Mosaics Art 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-117. Paint by Number (Picture) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-118. Painted Item (Pre-designed, Other than Picture) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-119. Painted Item (Free-hand, Other than Picture) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-120. Painted Flower Pots 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-121. Painted Shirt (Hand Decorated; on Hanger) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-122. Puffed Painted Article of Clothing 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-123. Paper Craft (3-D) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-124. Paper Craft (Flat, not a Drawing) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-125. Paper Marbling 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-126. Paper Quilling 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-127. Paper Mache 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-128. Plasterparas Craft 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-129. Plastic Craft 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-130. Pompom Animals (Display of 3 or more Figures) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-131. Puppet 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-132. Article made from recyclable materials 3.25 2.752.500 K-133. Rug 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-134. Refrigerator Magnet 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-135. Kindness Rock 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-136. Rubber Stamped Article 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-137. Rubber Stamped Cards (Set of 3) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-138. Sand Art (Flat/Picture-framed) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-139. Sand Art (In Bottle)3.25 2.75 2.50 K-140. Scene/Dollhouse 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-141. Scrapbooking (as a craft) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-142. Stained Glass Soldered Article 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-143. Stenciled Item 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-144. String Art 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-145. Sun Catcher (Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-146. Sun Catcher (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50

K-147. Tie-Dyed Item 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-148. 3-D Art (Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-149. 3-D Art (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-150. Velvet Art (Framed or Matted) 3.25 2.75 2.50 Handmade Jewelry – Ages 9 -13 Years K-151 Jewelry Article made from Recyclable Materials 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-152. Handmade Jewelry (Set of Necklace, Earrings & Bracelet 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-153. Handmade Bracelet (Beaded) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-154. Handmade Bracelet (Rubber Bands) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-155. Handmade Bracelet (String) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-156. Handmade Earrings 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-157. Handmade Necklace 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-158. Handmade Pin/Brooch 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-159. Handmade Ring 3.25 2.75 2.50

AGES 14-19 YEARS NEEDLEWORK K-160 Article (Crocheted) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-161. Article (Embroidered) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-162. Article (Knitted) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-163. Article (Needlepoint) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-164. Article (Woven 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-165. Cross Stitch (Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-166. Cross Stitch (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-167. Doll (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-168. Pillow (Cross Stitch) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-169. Pillow (Hooked) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-170. Pot Holder (Woven) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-171. Pot Holder (Other, not Sewn) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-172. Table Mats (Set of 4, not Sewn) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-173. Wall Hanging (Cross Stitch)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-174. Wall Hanging (Embroidered)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-175. Wall Hanging (Hooked)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-176. Wall Hanging (Needlepoint)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-177. Needlework Wall Hanging (Summer Theme)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-178. Needlework Wall Hanging (Fall Theme)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-179. Needlework Wall Hanging (Winter Theme)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-180. Needlework Wall Hanging (Spring Theme)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-181. Needlework Wall Hanging (Misc. Not Previously Listed)* 3.25 2.75 2.50 *Wall Hangings must be “Hangable” for display purposes at the Fair and must not be a drawing.

CRAFTS – AGES 14-19 YEARS

K-182. Basket (Decorated; not gift basket) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-183. Basket (Handmade) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-184. Candle 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-185. Christmas Centerpiece 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-186. Christmas Door Decoration 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-187. Christmas Tree Ornaments (Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-188. Christmas Tree Ornaments (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-189. Collection (cars) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-190. Collection (Description or 3.25 2.75 2.50 Labeling required)


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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

JUNIOR HOMEMAKING  DEPT. K continued K-191. Decorated Shirt 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-192. Dream Catchers 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-193. Duct Tape Flowers 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-194. Duct Tape Item 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-195. Fast Fuse Beads 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-196. Flowers (Craft, Set of 3, not duct tape) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-197. Foam Article (Original, no pre -cut designs) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-198. Foil Engraving 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-199. Macramé 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-200. Masks 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-201. Mosaic Art 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-202. Paint by Number (Picture) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-203. Painted Item (Pre -Designed, other than Picture) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-204. Painted Item (Free Hand, other than Picture) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-205. Painted Flower Pots 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-206. Painted Shirt (Hand Decorated; on Hanger) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-207. Painted Shirt (Decal Decorated; on Hanger) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-208. Puff Painted Article of Clothing 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-209. Paper Craft (3-D) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-210. Paper Craft (Flat, not a Drawing) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-211. Paper Marbling 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-212. Paper Quilling 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-213. Plastic Craft 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-214. Pompom Animals (Display of 3 or more Figures) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-215. Puppet 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-216. Article made from Recyclable Materials 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-217. Rug 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-218. Refrigerator Magnet (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-219. Kindness Rock 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-220. Rubber Stamped Article 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-221. Rubber Stamped Cards (Set of 3) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-222. Sand Art (Flat/Picture, Framed) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-223. Sand Art (In Bottle) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-224. Scrapbooking (as a Craft) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-225. Silk Flower Arrangement 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-226. Stained Glass (Soldered Article) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-227. Stenciled Item 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-228. String Art 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-229. Sun Catcher (Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-230. Sun Catcher (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-231. Tie-Dyed Item 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-232. 3-D Art (Kit 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-233. 3-D Art (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50

HANDMADE JEWELRY – AGES 14-19 YEARS K-234. Jewelry article made from Recyclable Materials 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-235. Handmade Jewelry (Set of Necklace, Earrings & Bracelet) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-236. Handmade Bracelet (Beaded) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-237. Handmade Bracelet (Rubber Bands) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-238. Handmade Bracelet (String) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-239. Handmade Earrings 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-240. Handmade Necklace 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-241. Handmade Pin/ Brooch 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-242. Handmade Ring 3.25 2.75 2.50

SECTION II – STEM AND WOODWORKING (STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Math Education) Take-in time: Sunday, August 15, 2 p.m.-6 p.m. ONLY! All items must be made by the exhibitor. Items must be clean and dry. Names are not permitted on the item, so please cover any name that is permanently displayed on the item until after the judges have made their decision. Only one item per class number can be entered by an individual.

AGES 9-13 YEARS CONSTRUCTED TOYS – (Blocks, Logs, Legos must be entirely self-supporting and in sturdy container such as a box lid) K-243. Constructed Toy—Structure or Scene (Single item less than 12”x12”x12”) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-244. Constructed Toy—Vehicle, Air, Space, or Water craft (Single item less than 12”x12”x12”) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-245. Constructed Toy—Structure or Scene (Single item greater than12”x12” and less than 16”X16”X16”) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-246. Constructed Toy—Vehicle, Air, Space, or Water craft(Single item greater than 12”x12” and less than 16”X16”X16”) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-247. Creative Craft (Model Kit, glued permanent construction) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-248. Creative Craft (Natural Materials) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-249. Creative Craft (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-250. Creative Craft (Toothpicks or Craft Sticks) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-251. Creative Toy (Other than stuffed) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-252. Lamp 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-253. Leather Craft 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-254. Metal Craft 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-255. Birdhouse 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-256. Taxidermy Project 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-257. Preserved Wildlife (other than Taxidermy) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-258. Wood Burning (1 item) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-259. Wooden Furniture 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-260. Wooden item from Kit 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-261. Wooden Kitchen Utensil 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-262. Wooden Toy 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-263. Wooden Item (not previously listed) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-264. Entomology Collection 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-265. Nature Collection (no purchased Items) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-266. Seed Art 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-267. Stepping Stones 3.25 2.75 2.50

K-271. Constructed Toy—Vehicle, Air, Space, or Water craft (Single item greater than 12”x12” and less than 16”X16”X16”) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-272. Creative Craft (Model Kit, glued permanent construction) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-273. Creative Craft (Natural Materials) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-274. Creative Craft (Original) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-275. Creative Craft (Toothpicks or Craft Sticks) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-276. Creative Toy (Other than stuffed) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-277. Leather Craft 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-278. Metal Craft 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-279. Birdhouse 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-280. Taxidermy Project 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-281. Preserved Wildlife (other than Taxidermy) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-282. Wood Burning 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-283. Wooden Furniture 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-284. Wooden Item (Kit) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-285. Wooden Kitchen Utensil 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-286. Wooden Toy 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-287. Wooden Item (not previously listed) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-288. Entomology Collection 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-289. Nature Collection (No purchased Items) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-290. Seed Art 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-291. Stepping Stones 3.25 2.75 2.50

K-305. Novelty (Not a Pickle) 3.00 2.50 2.00

VEGETABLES AGES 9-13 YEARS K-306. Beans (French Cut) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-307. Beans (Green, String)2.50 2.00 1.50 K-308. Beans (Lima) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-309. Beans (Waxed) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-310. Beets (Sliced) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-311. Beets (Whole) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-312. Carrots (Sliced) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-313. Carrots (Whole) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-314. Corn (Cut Off ) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-315. Peas 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-316. Salsa 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-317. Sauerkraut 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-318. Soup Mixture 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-319. Tomato Juice 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-320. Tomatoes (Quartered) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-321. Tomatoes (Whole) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-322. Miscellaneous Vegetables 2.50 2.00 1.50

JAMS, JELLIES AND PRESERVES AGES 9-13 YEARS

K-323. Apple Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-324. Black Raspberry Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-325. Blackberry Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-326. Grape Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-327. Peach Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-328. Red Raspberry Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-329. Strawberry Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-330. Miscellaneous Jelly (Not Previously Listed) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-331. Black Raspberry Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-332. Blackberry Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 Take-in Time: Sunday, August 15, 2 K-333. Peach Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 p.m. to 6 p.m. ONLY! K-334. Red Raspberry Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 All exhibits must be in clear glass, regular K-335. Strawberry Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 canning jars – pints or quarts, except for K-336. Miscellaneous Jam (Not Previously jams, jellies and preserves which must be Listed) 3.00 2.50 2.00 in ½ pint or pint size jars. No mayonnaise K-337. Miscellaneous Preserves jars, etc. will be accepted. Leave rings on 3.00 2.50 2.00 canning jars. No rusty lids or rings will be PICKLES accepted. Jams, jellies and preserves must be processed (no Paraffin will be accepted) AGES 9-13 YEARS and must be labeled on the bottom 3.00 2.50 2.00 stating contents, but not exhibitor’s name. K-338. Beet No mixes may be used for pickle or relish K-339. Bread and Butter 3.00 2.50 2.00 classes. Dried fruits and vegetables must K-340. Cucumber (Dill) 3.00 2.50 2.00 be in ½ dozen pieces in a plastic bag. Label K-341. Cucumber (Sour) 3.00 2.50 2.00 type of fruit or vegetable. Items may be K-342. Cucumber (Sweet) 3.00 2.50 2.00 opened for tasting. No artificial coloring K-343. Fruit (Peach, Pear, etc.) 3.00 2.50 2.00 except in novelties. 3.00 2.50 2.00 *Please use the small cards (available at K-344. Mixed Pickle 3.00 2.50 2.00 the fair office) for all canned entries and K-345. Novelty Pickle

SECTION III – CANNED PRODUCTS

have them filled out with name and 2021 RELISHES catalog class number. Present the items in AGES 9-13 YEARS numerical order for faster service. K-346. Catsup 3.00 2.50 2.00 *We no longer encourage or allow 3.00 2.50 2.00 exhibitors under age 9 to enter canning. K-347. Chili Sauce K-348. Pizza Sauce 3.00 2.50 2.00 3.00 2.50 2.00 FRUITS – AGES 9-13 YEARS K-349. Relish K-350. Spaghetti Sauce 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-292. Apples 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-351. Tomato Sauce 3.00 2.50 2.00 AGES 14-19 YEARS K-293. Apple Butter 3.00 2.50 2.00 CONSTRUCTED TOYS – (Blocks, Logs, K-294. Applesauce 3.00 2.50 2.00 DRIED FRUITS AND Legos must be entirely self-supporting K-295. Blackberries 3.00 2.50 2.00 VEGETABLES and in sturdy container such as a box lid) K-296. Blueberries 3.00 2.50 2.00 AGES 9-13 YEARS K-297. Cherries (Sour, Pitted) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-268. Constructed Toy—Structure or 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-352. Dried Fruit K-353. Dried Vegetable 2.25 1.75 1.25 Scene (Single item less than 12”x12”x12”) K-298. Cherries (Sweet, Pitted) 3.25 2.75 2.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 FRUITS K-269. Constructed Toy—Vehicle, Air, K-299. Huckleberries 3.00 2.50 2.00 AGES 14-19 YEARS Space, or Water craft) (Single item less than K-300. Peaches (Halves) 3.00 2.50 2.00 12”x12”x12”) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-301. Pears (Halves) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-354. Apples 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-270. Constructed Toy—Structure or K-302. Plums 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-355. Apple Butter 3.00 2.50 2.00 Scene (Single item greater than12”x12” and K-303. Raspberries 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-356. Applesauce 3.00 2.50 2.00 less than 16”X16”X16”) 3.25 2.75 2.50 K-304. Grape Juice 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-357. Blackberries 3.00 2.50 2.00

K-358. Blueberries 3.00 K-359. Cherries (Sour, Pitted) 3.00 K-360. Cherries (Sweet, Pitted) 3.00 K-361. Huckleberries 3.00 K-362. Peaches (Halves) 3.00 K-363. Pears (Halves) 3.00 K-364. Plums 3.00 K-365. Raspberries 3.00 K-366. Grape Juice 3.00 K-367. Novelty (not a Pickle) 3.00

2.50 2.00 2.50 2.00 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50

2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00

2.50 2.00

VEGETABLES AGES 14-19 YEARS K-368. Beans (French Cut) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-369. Beans (Green String) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-370. Beans (Lima) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-371. Beans (Waxed) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-372. Beets (Sliced) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-373. Beets (Whole) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-374. Carrots (Sliced) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-375. Carrots (Whole) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-376. Corn (Cut Off ) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-377. Peas 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-378. Salsa 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-379. Sauerkraut 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-380. Soup Mixture 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-381. Tomato Juice 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-382 Tomatoes (Quartered)2.50 2.001.50 K-383. Tomatoes (Whole) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-384. Miscellaneous Vegetables 2.50 2.00 1.50

JAMS, JELLIES AND PRESERVES AGES 14-19 YEARS K-385. Apple Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-386. Black Raspberry Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-387. Blackberry Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-388. Grape Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-389. Peach Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-390. Red Raspberry Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-391. Strawberry Jelly 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-392. Miscellaneous Jelly (Not Previously Listed) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-393. Black Raspberry Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-394. Blackberry Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-395. Peach Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-396. Red Raspberry Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-397. Strawberry Jam 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-498. Miscellaneous Jam (Not Previously Listed) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-499. Miscellaneous Preserves 3.00 2.50 2.00

PICKLES AGES 14-19 YEARS

K-400. Beet 3.00 K-401. Bread and Butter 3.00 K-402. Cucumber (Dill) 3.00 K-403. Cucumber (Sour) 3.00 K-404. Cucumber (Sweet) 3.00 K-405. Fruit (Peach, Pear, etc) 3.00 K-406. Mixed Pickle 3.00 K-407. Novelty Pickle 3.00

2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50

2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00

2.50 2.00 2.50 2.00 2.50 2.00

RELISHES AGES 14-19 YEARS K-408. Catsup K-409. Chili Sauce K-410. Pizza Sauce K-411. Relish K-412. Spaghetti Sauce K-413. Tomato Sauce

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50

DRIED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AGES 14-19 YEARS

2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00

K-414. Dried Fruits 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-415. Dried Vegetables 2.25 1.75 1.25

SECTION IV – SEWING

Take-in Time: Sunday, August 15, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ONLY! All clothing or sewn items must be made by the exhibitor. Exhibits must be clean and pressed. Hangers should be used for items when appropriate.

AGES 8-13 YEARS K-416. Apron (Bib) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-417. Apron (Drawstring) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-418. Apron (Waistband) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-419. Blouse (Sleeveless) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-420. Blouse (Raglan Sleeve) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-421. Blouse (Set-in Sleeve) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-422. Capri Pants 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-423. Dress (Sleeveless) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-424. Dress (Sleeves) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-425. Dress (Dressy) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-426. Sundress 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-427. Jacket 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-428. Jumper 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-429. Nightwear (Gown, Pajamas, Robe) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-430. Overalls or Jumpsuit 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-431. Skort Skirt 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-432. Shorts (Elastic or Drawstring) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-433. Shorts (Waistband) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-434. Skirt (A-Line or Straight) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-435. Skirt (Elastic Waist)2.50 2.25 2.00 K-436. Skirt (Gathered to Waistband) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-437. Skirt (Misc. Not Previously Listed) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-438. Slacks or Jeans 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-439. Split Skirt 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-440. Vest 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-441. Miscellaneous Garment (not Previously Listed) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-442. Comforter 4.00 3.50 3.25 K-443. Knotted Fleece Blanket (Not Sewn, Not Kit) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-444. Decorate the Table2.50 2.25 2.00 K-445. Doll Outfit (Sewn) 2.75 2.25 2.00 K-446. Patchwork Item 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-447. Pillow (Patchwork) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-448. Pillow (Plain Two -piece, not Decorated) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-449. Pillow (Not Previously Listed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-450. Pillowcase 2.00 1.75 1.50 K-451. Pin Cushion 2.00 1.75 1.50 K-452. Pot Holder 2.75 2.25 2.00 K-453. Quilt (Hand Quilted)7.00 5.00 4.00 K-454. Quilt (Machine Quilted) 7.00 5.00 4.00 K-455. Sewing Box (Equipped) 2.00 1.75 1.50 K-456. Sample of 5 construction skills 2.50 2.25 2.00 (Hooks, Buttons, Seams, etc.) K-457. Stuffed Animal 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-458. Stuffed Toy (Not an Animal) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-459. Tea Towel 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-460. Tote Bag (Fabric) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-461. Wrist Pin Cushion 2.00 1.75 1.50 K-462. Miscellaneous Sewn Item (Tie, Belt, etc.) 2.00 1.75 1.50

AGES 14 -19 YEARS K-463. Apron 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-464. Blouse (Sleeveless) 3.00 2.50 2.00


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JUNIOR HOMEMAKING  DEPT. K continued K-465. Blouse (Raglan Sleeve) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-466. Blouse (Set -in Sleeve) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-467. Shirt (Boy’s or Girl’s) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-468. Capri Pants 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-469. Dress (Dressy) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-470. Dress (Evening) 4.50 3.50 2.50 K-471. Dress (Plaid, Stripes) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-472. Dress (Sleeves) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-473. Dress (Sleeveless) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-474 Sundress 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-475. Coat 5.00 4.00 3.00 K-476. Jacket 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-477. Jumper 3.50 3.00 2.50 K-478. Nightwear (Gown, Pajamas, Robe) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-479. Overalls or Jumpsuit 3.50 3.00 2.50 K-480. Skort Skirt 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-481. Shorts (Elastic or Drawstring) 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-482. Shorts (Waistband) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-483. Skirt (A -Line or Straight) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-484. Skirt (Elastic Waist) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-485. Skirt (Gathered to Waistband) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-486. Skirt (Misc., Not Previously Listed) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-487. Slacks or Jeans 3.50 3.00 2.50 K-488. Split Skirt 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-489. Suit 5.00 4.00 3.00 K-490. Vest 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-491. Miscellaneous Garment (Not Previously Listed) 2.50 2.00 1.75 K-492. Comforter 4.00 3.50 3.25 K-493. Creative Pin Cushion 2.75 2.25 2.00 K-494. Construction Techniques, Advanced (display of 5) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-495. Decorate the Table 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-496. Doll Outfit (Sewn) 2.75 2.25 2.00 K-497. Patchwork Item 3.75 3.25 3.00 K-498. Pot Holder (Sewn 2.75 2.25 2.00 K-499. Pillow (Patchwork) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-500. Pillow (Plain, Two-piece, not Decorated) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-501. Pillow (Sewn, Not Previously Listed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-502. Pillowcase 2.00 1.75 1.50 K-503. Quilt (Hand Quilted)7.00 5.00 4.00 K-504. Quilt (Machine Quilted) 7.00 5.00 4.00 K-505. Sewing Box – Advanced 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-506. Stuffed Animal 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-507. Stuffed Toy (Not an Animal) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-508. Tea Towel 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-509. Tote Bag (Fabric) 2.50 2.25 2.00 K-510. Miscellaneous Sewn Item (Tie, Belt, etc.) 2.00 1.75 1.50

SECTION V – CERAMICS Take-in Time: Sunday, August 15, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ONLY! Items entered in all categories may be either poured (pre-molded) ceramics OR original hand built items. Poured ceramics will be judged on glazing or staining techniques, while original hand built items will be judged on both construction AND glazing or staining techniques. (Hand built items made of colored clay, however, will be judged on construction only). All exhibits must be made by the exhibitor, be completely finished with all finishes

dry, and the name or initials of exhibitor masked. Glazed items that are dryfooted are acceptable.

POURED CERAMICS AGES 4-8 YEARS K-511. Animal Figure (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-512. Animal Figure (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-513. Vase (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-514. Vase (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-515. Christmas Item (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-516. Christmas Item (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-517. Other Holiday Item (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-518. Other Holiday Item (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-519. Spring Theme (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-520. Spring Theme (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-521. Summer Theme (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-522. Summer Theme (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-523. Fall Theme (Glazed)3.00 2.50 K-524. Fall Theme (Stained3.00 2.50 K-525. Winter Theme (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-526. Winter Theme (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-527. Miscellaneous (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-528. Miscellaneous (Stained) 3.00 2.50

2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25

HANDBUILT CERAMICS AGES 4-8 K-529. Animal (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-530. Animal (Stained) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-531. Box or other container (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-532. Box or other container (Stained) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-533. Holiday Item (Glazed) 3.50 3.002.75 K-534. Holiday Item (Stained 3.50 3.002.75 K-535. Miscellaneous Item (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-536. Miscellaneous Item (Stained) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-537. Colored Clay Item (Animal, unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-538. Colored Clay Item (Misc., unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-539. Clay Item (Fired or Baked, unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-540. Fused Glass 3.50 3.00 2.75

POURED CERAMICS AGES 9 -13 K-541. Animal Figure (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-542. Animal Figure (Stained 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-543. Vase (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-544. Vase (Stained) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-545. Christmas Item (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-546. Christmas Item (Stained 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-547. Other Holiday Item (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-548. Other Holiday Item (Stained) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-549. Spring Theme (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 2.25 K-550. Spring Theme (Stained) 3.00 2.50 2.25

K-551. Summer Theme (Glazed 3.00 2.50 K-552. Summer Theme (Stained 3.00 2.50 K-553. Fall Theme (Glazed)3.00 2.50 K-554. Fall Theme (Stained)3.00 2.50 K-555. Winter Theme (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-556. Winter Theme (Stained 3.00 2.50 K-557. Miscellaneous (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-558. Miscellaneous (Stained) 3.00 2.50

2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25

HANDBUILT CERAMICS AGES 9 -13 K-559. Animal (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-560. Animal (Stained) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-561. Box or other container (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-562. Box or other container (Stained) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-563. Holiday Item (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-564. Holiday Item (Stained ) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-565. Miscellaneous Item (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-566. Miscellaneous Item (Stained 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-567. Colored Clay Item (Animal, unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-568. Colored Clay Item (Misc., unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-569. Clay Item (Fired or Baked, unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-570. Fused Glass 3.50 3.00 2.75

POURED CERAMICS AGES 14 -19 K-571. Animal Figure (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-572. Animal Figure (Stained 3.00 2.50 K-573. Vase (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-574. Vase (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-575. Christmas Item (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-576. Christmas Item (Stained 3.00 2.50 K-577. Other Holiday Item (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-578. Other Holiday Item (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-579. Spring Theme (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-580. Spring Theme (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-581. Summer Theme (Glazed 3.00 2.50 K-582. Summer Theme (Stained 3.00 2.50 K-583. Fall Theme (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-584. Fall Theme (Stained) 3.00 2.50 K-585. Winter Theme (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-586. Winter Theme (Stained 3.00 2.50 K-587. Miscellaneous (Glazed) 3.00 2.50 K-588. Miscellaneous (Stained) 3.00 2.50

2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25

HANDBUILT CERAMICS AGES 14-19

K-589. Animal (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-590. Animal (Stained) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-591. Box or other container (Glazed)

3.50 3.00 2.75 K-592. Box or other container (Stained) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-593. Holiday Item (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-594. Holiday Item (Stained ) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-595. Miscellaneous Item (Glazed) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-596. Miscellaneous Item (Stained) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-597. Colored Clay Item (Animal, unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-598. Colored Clay Item (Misc., unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-599. Clay Item (Fired or Baked, unpainted) 3.50 3.00 2.75 K-600. Fused Glass 3.50 3.00 2.75

SECTION VI – BAKED GOODS Take-in Time: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Monday, August 16 ONLY! No mixes may be used in baked products section, except for molded candy. No store-bought pie shells or fillings. All products must be made by the youth, and obvious “batches” of a recipe shared with other family members entering in the same category will most likely be disqualified by the judges. **Miscellaneous baked goods must be identified at take-in to be judged properly! Breads must be ½ standard loaf, 3 muffins or 3 rolls. Pies must be ¼ of an 8’ or 9” pie. (No small pies!) Cakes must be ¼ of an 8”X 8” cake, except whole decorated cakes. Breads, pies and cakes are to be on a plain white disposable plate and covered with plastic (plastic zip-lock bags preferred). Cookies and candies must be 3 pieces on a plain white “dessert-size” disposable plate in a plastic bag. (No doilies please). Clam-shell containers acceptable for decorated items.

AGES 4-8 YEARS K-601. Biscuits (Baking Powder) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-602. Cookies (No Bake) (3) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-603. Cookies (Drop) (3) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-604. Cookies (Rolled) (3) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-605. Cookies (Decorated) (3) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-606. Bar Cookie (or Square) (3) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-607. Miscellaneous Cookies (3) Identify at take-in 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-608. Candy (Uncooked) (3) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-609. Candy (Cooked) (3)2.00 1.50 1.00 K-610. Dried Fruit (6 Pieces)2.00 1.50 1.00 K-611. Dried Vegetables (6 Pieces) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-612. Muffins (3) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-613. Quick Bread (½ Loaf)2.00 1.50 1.00 K-614. Pound Cake (¼ Cake)2.00 1.50 1.00 K-615. Whole Decorated Cake 3.00 2.50 2.00 K-616. Decorated Cupcakes (3) 2.50 2.00 1.50

BREAD – AGES 9-13 YEARS (Only Baked Goods by a child who is age 9-13 may enter in this area) (1/2 Standard Loaf; 3 Muffins or Rolls) K-617. Biscuits (Baking Powder) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-618. Biscuits (Special) 2.25 1.75 1.25

K-619. Bread (Loaf Yeast) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-620. Bread (Whole Grain Yeast Loaf) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-621. Bread (Sourdough)2.25 2.00 1.50 K-622. Bread (Sweet Yeast Loaf) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-623. Bread (Fancy-shaped Yeast, not Sweet Loaf 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-624. Bread (Nut, without fruit/ vegetable Loaf) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-625. Bread (Fruit or Vegetable Loaf) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-626. Cinnamon Buns 2.50 2.00 1.75 K-627. Cornbread (1/2 of 8”X8”) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-628. Muffins (Plain) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-629. Muffins (Special) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-630. Muffins (Whole Grain) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-631. Rolls (Plain Yeast) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-632. Rolls (Sweet Yeast) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-633. Rolls (Whole Grain)2.50 2.00 1.50 K-634. Rolls (Fancy-shaped Yeast, not Sweet) 2.50 2.00 1.50

K-665. Oatmeal 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-666. Peanut Butter 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-667. Raisin 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-668. Sandwich Cookie 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-669 Snickerdoodles 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-670. Sugar (Drop) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-671. Sugar (Rolled) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-672. Miscellaneous Cookies (Not Previously Listed; Identify at take-in) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-673. Decorated (only decorations will be judged) 2.00 1.50 1.00

PIES – AGES 9-13

(Only Baked Goods made by a child who is 9-13 may enter in this area) ¼ of an 8” or 9” pie (No Small Pies) K-674. Apple 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-675. Cherry 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-676. Chocolate Meringue 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-677. Coconut Meringue 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-678. Custard 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-679. Lemon Meringue 4.00 3.50 3.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 CAKES – AGES 9-13 YEARS K-680. Oatmeal K-681. Peanut Butter 4.00 3.50 3.00 (Only Baked Goods made by a child who K-682. Peach 4.00 3.50 3.00 is age 9-13 may enter in this area) K-683. Pecan 4.00 3.50 3.00 All entries must be ¼ of an 8”X 8” cake K-684. Pumpkin 4.00 3.50 3.00 unless otherwise stated. Decorated cakes K-685. Miscellaneous Pie (Not Previously and decorated cupcakes are judged on Listed; Identify at take-in)4.00 3.50 3.00 presentation only. K-635. Decorated Cake (Whole, Theme CANDY – AGES 9-13 YEARS other than Seasonal 4.00 3.50 3.00 (3 Pieces per Plate) K-636. Decorated Cake (Whole, Spring 2.50 2.00 1.50 Theme) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-686. Cereal K-687. Dipped 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-637. Decorated Cake (Whole, Summer Theme) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-688. Fudge (Chocolate, Plain) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-638. Decorated Cake (Whole, Fall Theme) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-689. Fudge (Chocolate with Nuts) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-639. Decorated Cake (Whole, Winter Theme) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-690. Fudge (Peanut Butter) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-640. Decorated Cupcakes – Birthday Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-691. Fudge (Not Previously Listed) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-641.Decorated Cupcakes – Spring Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-692. Molded Candy (Display, 3 or more) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-642. Decorated Cupcakes – Summer Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-693. Peanut Butter (Uncooked) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-643. Decorated Cupcakes – Fall Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-694. Hard Candy 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-644. Decorated Cupcakes – Winter Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-695. Miscellaneous Candy (Not Previously Listed; Identify at take-in) K-645. Chocolate (2 or more layers, 2.50 2.00 1.50 Chocolate Frosted) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-646. Fruit or Vegetable 4.00 3.50 3.00 BREAD – AGES 14-19 YEARS K-647. German Chocolate (2 or more layers) (1/2 Standard Loaf; 3 Muffins or Rolls) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-648. Gingerbread 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-696. Biscuits (Baking Powder) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-649. Layer (Frosted) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-697. Biscuits (Special) K-650. Pound Cake (Unfrosted) 2.25 1.75 1.25 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-651. Quick Coffee Cake 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-698. Bread (Loaf Yeast) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-652. Miscellaneous Cake (Not Previously Listed; Identify at take-in)4.00 3.50 3.00 K-699. Bread (Whole Grain Yeast Loaf) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-653. Gourmet Cupcakes (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-700. Bread (Sourdough) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-701. Bread (Sweet Yeast Loaf) COOKIES 2.50 2.00 1.50 AGES 9-13 YEARS K-702. Bread (Fancy-shaped Yeast, not (3 Cookies per plate) Sweet Loaf) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-654. Applesauce 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-703. Bread (Nut, without fruit/ vegetable K-655. Bar cookie (or Square) Loaf) 2.25 1.75 1.25 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-704. Bread (Fruit or Vegetable Loaf) K-656. Brownies (Chocolate, Unfrosted) 2.25 1.75 1.25 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-705. Cinnamon Buns 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-657. Brownies (Other than Chocolate, K-706. Cornbread (1/2 of 8”X8”) Unfrosted) 2.00 1.50 1.00 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-658. Cereal (Baked) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-707. Muffins (Plain) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-659. Chocolate 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-708. Muffins (Special) 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-660. Chocolate Chip 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-709. Muffins (Whole Grain) K-661. Ginger 2.00 1.50 1.00 2.25 1.75 1.25 K-662. Holiday 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-710. Rolls (Plain Yeast) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-663. Gluten Free 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-711. Rolls (Sweet Yeast) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-664. No Bake 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-712. Rolls (Whole Grain) 2.50 2.00


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JUNIOR HOMEMAKING  DEPT. K continued 1.50K-713. Rolls (Fancy-shaped Yeast, not Sweet) 2.50 2.00 1.50

K-730. Quick Coffee Cake 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-731. Miscellaneous Cake (Not Previously Listed; Identify at take-in) 4.00 3.50 3.00 CAKES – AGES 14-19 YEARS K-732. Gourmet Cupcakes (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 All entries must be ¼ of an 8” X 8” cake unless otherwise stated. Decorated Cakes COOKIES and decorated cupcakes are judged on presentation only. AGES 14-19 YEARS K-714. Decorated (Whole, Theme other (3 Cookies per plate) than Seasonal) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-733. Applesauce 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-715. Decorated (Whole, Spring Theme) K-734. Bar cookie (or Square)2.00 1.501.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-735. Brownies (Chocolate, Unfrosted) K-716. Decorated (Whole, Summer Theme) 2.00 1.50 1.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-736. Brownies (Other than Chocolate, K-717. Decorated (Whole, Fall Theme) Unfrosted) 2.00 1.50 1.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-737. Cereal (Baked) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-718. Decorated (Whole, Winter Theme) K-738. Chocolate 2.00 1.50 1.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-739. Chocolate Chip 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-719. Decorated Cupcakes – Birthday K-740. Ginger 2.00 1.50 1.00 Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-741. Gluten Free 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-720. Decorated Cupcakes – Spring K-742. Holiday 2.00 1.50 1.00 Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-743. No Bake 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-721. Decorated Cupcakes – Summer K-744. Oatmeal 2.00 1.50 1.00 Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-745. Peanut Butter 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-722. Decorated Cupcakes – Fall Theme K-746. Raisin 2.00 1.50 1.00 (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-747. Sandwich Cookie 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-723. Decorated Cupcakes – Winter K-748. Snickerdoodles 2.00 1.50 1.00 Theme (3) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-749. Sugar (Drop) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-724. Chocolate (2 or more layers, K-750. Sugar (Rolled) 2.00 1.50 1.00 Chocolate Frosted) 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-751. Miscellaneous Cookies (Not K-725. Fruit or Vegetable 4.00 3.50 3.00 Previously Listed; Identify at take-in) K-726. German Chocolate (2 or more 2.00 1.50 1.00 layers) 4.00 3.50 K-752. Decorated (only decorations will be 3.00 judged) 2.00 1.50 1.00 K-727. Gingerbread 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-728. Layer (Frosted) 4.00 3.50 3.00 PIES – AGES 14 -19 YEARS K-729. Pound Cake (Unfrosted) ¼ of an 8” or 9” pie (No Small Pies) 4.00 3.50 3.00

K-753. Apple 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-754. Cherry 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-755. Chocolate Meringue 4.00 3.503.00 K-756. Coconut Meringue 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-757. Custard 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-758. Lemon Meringue 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-759. Oatmeal 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-760. Peanut Butter 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-761. Peach 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-762. Pecan 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-763. Pumpkin 4.00 3.50 3.00 K-764. Miscellaneous Pie (Not Previously Listed; Identify at take-in) 4.00 3.50 3.00

CANDY – AGES 14 -19 YEARS (3 Pieces per Plate) K-765. Cereal 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-766. Dipped 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-767. Fudge (Chocolate, Plain) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-768. Fudge (Chocolate with Nuts) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-769. Fudge (Peanut Butter) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-770. Fudge (Not Previously Listed) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-771. Molded Candy (Display, 3 or more) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-772. Peanut Butter (Uncooked) 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-773. Hard Candy 2.50 2.00 1.50 K-774 Miscellaneous Candy (Not Previously Listed; Identify at take-in) 2.50 2.00 1.50

Harrisonburg, Va.

ART EXHIBIT  DEPT. L William and Moon Synder, Department Superintendent

RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. All entries must be original (a work composed firsthand as the product of an artist’s creativity; for these purposes, works and images downloaded and/or generated from existing templates or via the internet will not be accepted), not previously exhibited at the Rockingham County Fair and completed in the last two years. 2. All entries must be framed with wire on the back, and ready to hang. If not, they will not be accepted. 3. Entries must be delivered, with completed entry form between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday, August 15th ONLY. Entry form(s) should be picked up at the Fair Office the week prior to the Fair. This will reduce your wait when entering your exhibit. Exhibits may be removed from the grounds on Sunday, August 22nd, between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. 4. Art will be judged by panel on Monday morning. Art and awards will be open and viewable to the general public on Monday afternoon. 5 All entries will be handled and hung with care, but neither the judging panel nor the Fair Association will accept any responsibility for loss or damage. 6. Exhibitors may have only one entry per class.

SECTION I – AGES 8 AND UNDER

CLASS NO. L-1. Framed Paintings (Watercolor, Tempra, Acrylic) L-2. Framed Chalk or Pastels L-3. Framed Collage L-4. Framed Drawing (Marker, Crayon, Colored Pencil, Pencil, Pen) L-5. Framed Mixed Media (Combination of Above Materials) L-6. Framed Charcoal L-7. Sculpture (Clay, Wire, Soft-Media) L-8 Print Making

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SECTION II- AGES 9-13 YEARS CLASS NO. L-9. Framed Watercolor Painting L-10. Framed Acrylic Painting L-11. Framed Oil Painting L-12. Framed Chalk or Pastels L-13. Framed Mixed Media and Collage L-14. Framed Computer Graphic Design L-15. Framed Computer Illustration L-16. Framed Drawing (Pen, Pencil, Marker, Crayon or Colored Pencil) L-17. Framed Charcoal L-18. Sculpture (Clay, Wire, Plaster, Soft-Media) L-19. Print Making

SECTION III - AGES 14-18 YEARS CLASS NO. L-20. Framed Watercolor Painting L-21. Framed Acrylic Painting L-22. Framed Oil Painting L-23. Framed Chalks or Pastels L-24. Framed Mixed Media and Collage L-25. Framed Computer Graphic Design L-26. Framed Computer Illustration L-27. Framed Drawing (Pen, Pencil, Marker or Colored Pencil) L-28. Framed Charcoal L-29. Sculpture (Clay, Wire, Plaster, Soft Media) L-30. Print Making

SECTION IV – ADULT CLASS NO. L-31. Framed Watercolor Painting L-32. Framed Acrylic Painting L-33. Framed Oil Painting L-34. Framed Chalks or Pastels L-35. Framed Mixed Media and Collage L-36. Framed Computer Graphic Design L-37. Framed Computer Illustration L-38. Framed Drawing (Pen, Pencil, Marker or Colored Pencil) L-39. Framed Charcoal L-40. Sculpture (Clay, Wire, Plaster, Metals) L-41 Print Making


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

MECHANICS, WOODWORKING TECHNOLOGY  DEPT. N Brian Crickenberger, Superintendent Open to all Rockingham County and City of Harrisonburg youth ages 12-18 years of age.

SECTION I

CLASS I - METAL PROJECTS (Prize money awarded = $234.00) 1st - $50, 2nd - $40, 3rd - $35, 4th - $30, 5th - $25, 6th - $20, 7th - $15, 8th - $10, 9th - $5, 10th - $4 CLASS NO. N-1. Double Axle Trailer N-2. Farm Wagon, 4 Wheel Chassis N-3. Single Axle Trailer N-4. Wood Splitter N-5. Farm Gate N-6. Holding Chute N-7. Loading Chute N-8. Round Bale Feeder N-9. Pick-up Racks N-10. Bale Carrier N-11. Miscellaneous

CLASS II – METAL PROJECTS (Prize money awarded = $62.50) 1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $8, 4th - $7, 5th - $6, 6th - $5, 7th - $4, 8th - $3, 9th - $2.50, 10th – $2 CLASS NO. N-12. Feed Scoop N-13. Engine Stand N-14. Large Decorative Metal Piece N-15. Fire Rake N-16. Planting Bar N-17. Miscellaneous

CLASS III – METAL PROJECTS (Prize money awarded = $33.00) 1st - $6, 2nd - $5, 3rd – $4.50, 4th - $4, 5th - $3.50, 6th $3, 7th - $2.50, 8th - $2, 9th - $1.50, 10th - $1 CLASS NO. N-18. Chipping Hammer N-19. Draw Pin N-20. Cold Chisel N-21. Bolt N-22. Small Decorative Metal Piece N-23. Miscellaneous

CLASS IV – METAL PROJECTS (Prize money awarded = $33.50) 1st – 6.50, 2nd - $5, 3rd - $4.50, 4th - $4, 5th - $3.50, 6th - $3, 7th - $2.50, 8th - $2, 9th - $1.50, 10th - $1 CLASS NO. N–24. Butt Weld Braze (Gas) N-25. Butt Weld Fusion (Gas) N-26. Tent Fusion (Gas) N-27. Pipe Weld (Arc) N-28. Tee Weld (Arc) N-29. Lap Weld (Arc) N-30. Miscellaneous N-31. Best in Show Metal Project Ribbon

SECTION II CLASS I – RECONDITIONED EQUIPMENT (Prize money awarded = $82.00) 1st - $30, 2nd - $22, 3rd - $15, 4th - $10

CLASS NO. N-32. Tractor N-33. Wagon N-34. Miscellaneous

CLASS II – OVERHAULED AND REPAINTED LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT (Prize money awarded = $28.50) 1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd - $5, 4th - $3, 5th - $2.50 CLASS NO. N-35. Push Mower N-36. Riding Lawn Mower N-37. Miscellaneous N-38. Best in Show Reconditioned Equipment

TRIPLE DIAMOND Rockingham County VPM

SECTION III CLASS I - WOOD PROJECTS (Prize money awarded = $133.00) 1st - $25, 2nd - $20, 3rd - $18, 4th - $16, 5th - $14, 6th $12, 7th - $10, 8th - $8, 9th - $6, 10th - $4 CLASS NO. N-39. Picnic Table N-40. Lawn Bench N-41. Show Box (Cattle) N-42. Gun Rack N-43. Book Case N-44. Cattle Racks N-45. Planter Box N-46. Dog House N-47. Lawn Chair N-48. Cornhole Board Set N-49. Miscellaneous

CLASS II - WOOD PROJECTS (Prize money awarded = $55.00) 1st - $10, 2nd - $9, 3rd - $8, 4th - $7, 5th - $6, 6th - $5, 7th - $4, 8th - $3, 9th - $2, 10th - $1 CLASS NO. N-50. Wood Sign N-51. Game Board Set N-52. Shelf N-53. Foot Stool N-54. Tool Box N-55. Bird House/Feeder N-56. Coat Rack N-57. Lamp N-58. Nail Box N-59. Cutting Board N-60. Miscellaneous N-61. Best in Show Wood Project

SECTION IV AGRISCIENCE PROJECTS (Prize money awarded = $60.00) CLASS NO. 1ST 2ND N-62. Informative Display (Middle School) 12.00 5.00 N-63. Informative Display (High School) 12.00 5.00 N-64. Historical Scrapbook 12.00 5.00 N-65. Best in Show Agriscience Project 12.00 6.00

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 2021 FAIR SPONSORS

3RD 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00

GOLD

Beverage Tractor Chick-fil-A Day Dream/Country Inn/HoliDOUBLE DIAMOND day Inn Davenport & Company Blue Ridge Beverage/ Dick Myers Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep Molson Coors E&M Auto Paints Harrisonburg Auto Mall Farm Credit of Virginia’s F&M Bank DIAMOND Frazier Quarry Excel Truck Group Frieden Farms Holtzman Oil Corporation PLATINUM Hotel Madison Houff Transfer Farmer Focus InterChange Group First Bank and Trust Lil’ Red Barn Highway Motors McDonalds Houff Corporation Old Dominion Reality Marks & Harrison PXI Print, Signs, Apparel Pepsi Cola Rockingham Cooperative Sentara RMH Rockingham Insurance See-Mor Truck Tops Truck and Equipment Shenandoah Valley Airport Sign Pro SILVER Sysco Food Service of VA Big L Tire TB Pallets Dupont Community Credit Union Top Bead Welding Interstate Batteries Truck Enterprises James River Equipment United Bank Pendleton Community Bank Rockydale Quarry Shreckhise Truist Valley Equipment Village Inn

BRONZE Augusta Health Lam Construction Lantz Construction Nielsen Builders Inc.

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Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

2021 COUNTY FAIR DIESEL DRAG CIRCUIT

Orange County Fair – June 24 – Kick-off Drag Augusta County Fair – July 28 Rockingham County Fair – August 19 Page County Fair – August 26 Shenandoah County Fair – August 27

Points for Event – Points goes to Truck 1st place overall – 5 points 2nd place overall – 3 points Each pull earns 1 point

RULES: 1) 2) 3) 4)

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Only Diesel, 4 X 4, Street Legal Trucks ALLOWED All trucks must be registered and insured. All drivers must be licensed a. 18-years-old or consenting parent on location to sign a waiver No nitrous or propane. a. Subject to random checks b. All bottles must be removed from vehicle c. Any Failure to cooperate will result in disqualification without refund. Radiator in stock location Any size turbo (s) allowed. No tube frames or fiberglass body panels allowed (Fiberglass hood or roll pan are allowed). DOT approved tires only. Cut tires are NOT allowed. No dual wheel axles swapped under a single wheel truck. Seatbelt must be worn. Drivers must wear a helmet. NO Passengers! NO Alcohol or Drugs of any kind! A driver may only race one truck. One driver per truck per event. POINTS GO TO TRUCK NOT Driver; must have VIN number on registration form for Race. Any exhaust that exits in front of the drivers cabin (i.e. hood stack or fender exhaust) must have two (2) 3/8 inch diameter bolts installed through exhaust pipe in a cross pattern within one (1) inch of each other and as close to the turbo as practical. Chevy/GMC Trucks must have tie rod sleeves or heavy-duty tie rods. First Truck to staging will pull a ball to determine lane choice. Trucks must stay in designated lane. Touching or crossing the center or side lines will result in disqualification. After the first truck is fully staged (both stage bulbs lit), the remaining truck will have approximately 7 seconds to light their final stage bulb. If the final bulb is not lit in 7 seconds the starting line officials will wave off the race and the driver will lose the race, this is determined by starting line officials. a. NOTE: If the first driver to approach the starting line lights both their pre-stage and stage bulbs before the second driver lights their pre-stage bulb (double bulb), then there will be no 7 second limit. No Late Entries Any announcements day of drag supersede other rules. All drivers NOT in compliance with said listed rules, will be disqualified with NO refund. Race Official have final decision. Misconduct by drivers/pit members may result in forfeit of points and/or dismissal from series.

All races will have Registration from 4:30 – 6:30. Drags start at 7:00 p.m. $20.00 Truck Registration Fee County Fair Circuit Prize Money – Pay out will be August 27 $1500 – 1st place in points $500 – 2nd place in points $400 – 3rd place in points $300 – 4th place in points $200 – 5th place in points $100 – 6th place in points Points will be accumulated from all races! Each County Fair will determine their own prize pay outs!


Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

SVTPA GARDEN TRACTOR PULL CONTEST SVTPA GARDEN TRACTOR PULL CONTEST FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2021 7:00 PM HARRISONBURG FORD ARENA SEE THE LIST OF RULES & REGULATIONS ONLINE AT ROCKINGHAMCOUNTYFAIR.COM

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We have a lot of things for volunteers to help us accomplish and we accept help beginning at the age of 16. So if you like to be involved, need service hours for high school credit, or just want to help in any area of the fairgrounds please visit: https://www.rockinghamcountyfair.com/p/join-the-fun/339 to sign up or call 540-434-0005.

NOW BOOKING 2021 PROCESSING AND KILL DATES BEEF, PORK, LAMB AND GOATS PLEASE CALL 540-984-8219 EXT 2 FOR MORE INFORMATION

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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT  DEPT. M JUNIOR DIVISION Don Aittama, Department Superintendent

JUNIOR DIVISION RULES AND REGULATIONS The Photography Department will accept entries on Saturday, August 14, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. * Pre-Registration of your entries will be available through the Rockingham County Fair Website. The link will be posted from July 1 through midnight on Wednesday, August 11. Pre-Registration will save considerable time for both you and the Photography Department staff during the intake process and everyone is encouraged to use it. Entries are to be reclaimed on Sunday, August 22, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. A claim ticket must be presented. Any exhibitors removing their entries prior to this time will be prohibited from future participation in this event. The department reserves the right to refuse to accept or display a photograph that is deemed to be inappropriate in content for viewing by a general audience.

JUNIOR DIVISION ENTRANT ELIGIBILITY The Junior Division is divided into three age categories: Section I - Ages 8 & Under Section II - Ages 9 – 13 Section III - Ages 14 – 19 January 1, 2021 will be used to determine the contestant’s age. All contestants must reside within the City of Harrisonburg or the County of Rockingham.

PHOTO ELIGIBILITY Previous entries exhibited at the Rockingham County Fair are not eligible. Photos must be the work of the exhibitor Only one photo per class may be entered. The same subject may not be used more than once in any class. Entries may be in color or black & white. Except for the Artistic category listed below, digital enhancements are limited to cropping and basic corrections for exposure, color and contrast. Cropping to custom sizes is encouraged such as 5” x 10” or 12” x 6” to enhance the composition of the image.

PHOTO REQUIREMENTS

Mounting photographs on a foam board with permanent adhesive is the most secure way to display your photographs. It is recommended that you make the foam board ½” longer at the top of your picture to allow for space to attach hanging clips. If this space is not provided the clips will have to be placed directly on your print and will leave a mark on your print. Matted photos will also be accepted. The preferred color of the mat is black or white. All matted prints must be secured to the back of the mat. Wide tape or permanent adhesive is recommended for securing the prints between the mat and backing. DO NOT USE FOAM TAPE TO TAPE THE PICTURE TO THE BACK OF THE MAT. The entrants name and class must be on the back of each entry. In addition, entries in the following classes must also include the following information: 1. Rural Rockingham & Rocktown: location taken 2. Abstract: identify the subject matter 3. Artistic: identify the process or technique used

SIZE: Minimum photo size is 5” in any direction and the maximum photo size 12” in any direction. PRESENTATION: Only one image per entry. BACKING: All photos shall be mounted on foam board or matted.

DETERMINING CLASS ELIGIBILITY

JUNIOR DIVISION CLASS AND DEFINITIONS:

county seat, Harrisonburg (location must be noted on the back of the entry) 208. Humorous – An amusing or humorous moment caught in the image 209. Action – The focal point is a moving object 210. Architecture – A structure, such as a building or bridge that is the focal point 211. Close-up – An object photographed at very close range, with the subject clearly defined and recognizable 212. Pictorial – A photo that conveys a feeling or an emotion 213. Abstract – Contains a design of patterns or shapes where the subject matter is not evident. (subject matter must be identified on the back of entry) 214. Photojournalism – Depicts a newsworthy event 215. Artistic - A photo that has been altered using digital editing software or post printing. This would include, but not limited to, digital stitching techniques or those enhanced or altered through the use of digital software programs such as Photoshop. It may include composites of several images. Any digital processing technique may be used. (the technique or process must be described on back of entry) 216. Patriotic. A photo that exemplifies the patriotic spirit of our country.

311. Close-up – An object photographed at very close range, with the subject clearly defined and recognizable 312. Pictorial – A photo that conveys a feeling or an emotion 313. Abstract – Contains a design of patterns or shapes where the subject matter is not evident. (subject matter must be identified on the back of entry) 314. Photojournalism - Depicts a newsworthy event 315. Artistic - A photo that has been altered using digital editing software or post printing. This would include, but not limited to, digital stitching techniques or those enhanced or altered through the use of digital software programs such as Photoshop. It may include composites of several images. Any digital processing technique may be used. (the technique or process must be described on back of entry) 316. Patriotic. A photo that exemplifies the patriotic spirit of our country.

SECTION I - AGES 8 & UNDER: 102. Pets - Your favorite animal photo

103. Down on the Farm – A photo that depicts life on the farm 104. Life in the City – A photo that depicts an activity in a city or town 105. School Days – Show youth engaged in an organized activity; may be school, church, 4-H, Boys & Girls Club, organized sporting event, etc. 106. Vacation! – A photo taken while you were on a trip or vacation 107. On The Move – Your best action shot 108. That’s Funny! – A photo that makes you laugh 109. Rural Rockingham – A photo that defines our county (location must be noted on the back of the entry) 110. Rocktown – A unique photo that depicts our county seat, Harrisonburg (location must be noted on the back of the entry) 111. Miscellaneous – A photo that does not fit into any other category 112. Patriotic. A photo that exemplifies the patriotic spirit of our country.

SECTION II – AGES 9 -13 201. People – A posed or candid photo of a person 202. Pets - Your best shot of your companion animals 203. Wildlife - Wildlife in a natural habitat or zoo 204. Landscapes – Depicts natural scenery 205. Cityscapes – An urban landscape that includes manmade structures and scenery 206. Rural Rockingham – A photo that defines our county (location must be noted on the back of the entry) 207. Rocktown – A unique photo that depicts our

SECTION III – AGES 14 - 19 301. People – A posed or candid photo of a person 302. Pets - Your best shot of your companion animals 303. Wildlife - Wildlife in a natural habitat or zoo 304. Landscapes – Depicts natural scenery 305. Cityscapes – An urban landscape that includes manmade structures and scenery 306. Rural Rockingham – A photo that defines our county (location must be noted on the back of the entry) 307. Rocktown – A unique photo that depicts our county seat, Harrisonburg (location must be noted on the back of the entry) 308. Humorous – An amusing or humorous moment caught in the image 309. Action – The focal point is a moving object 310. Architecture – A structure, such as a building or bridge that is the focal point

Ribbon winners will receive a cash award, as follows: Blue Ribbons: $5 Red Ribbons: $4 White Ribbons: $3 Judging will occur between Sunday evening and Monday morning by a panel of independent professional photographers. A “Sweepstakes” ribbon will be awarded to the exhibitor winning the most blue ribbons in each age section. In case of a tie, the number of second place awards of the tied participants will determine the sweepstakes winner. A “Best of Show” ribbon will be presented to a single entry in each age section that is judged to be the most outstanding in composition, technical merit and creativity. All first place entries are eligible.

HANGING: All photos must be ready for hanging. Binder clips and pegboard hooks will be provided.

Care will be taken in handling and displaying your photos, however, the Photography Department and the Fair Association assumes no liability for damaged or stolen entries.

101. People –Your best photo of a person(s)

The number of ribbons awarded in each class will depend on the merit of the images in each class.

1. Class eligibility will be determined by the main subject matter of each photo. 2. Not all classes are available in all age groups.

AWARDS Photographs will be judged on originality, composition, technical merit, overall quality and subject matter pertaining to the class. The maximum number of ribbons awarded per class will be as follows: Blue Ribbons (First Premium) – up to 3 Red Ribbons (Second Preumium) – up to 3 White Ribbons (Third Premuim) – up to 3

ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST (FAIR WEEK ONLY) The special online photo contest will be held during the week of the fair to provide the Rockingham County Fair Association with photographs that can be used in future fair brochures, publications and advertisements. The contest will be open to all photographers, so use your imagination and creativity. Fair photos can be emailed to rockfairphoto@gmail.com. Photos should be at least 6 megapixels in size. File sizes less than 6 megapixels will not be accepted. Daily prizes will be awarded, as well as a grand prize winner! Official Rules and upload links will be posted on the Fair Website and the Photography Dept. Facebook Page.

SAVE TIME - PRE-REGISTER! Pre-Registration of your photo entries is available through www.RockinghamCountyFair.com from July 1 to midnight on Wednesday, August 7.


Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

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SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT  DEPT. M SENIOR DIVISION Don Aittama, Department Superintendent RULES AND REGULATIONS The Photography Department will accept entries on Saturday, August 14, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. * Pre-Registration of your entries will be available through the Rockingham County Fair Website. The link will be posted from July 1 through midnight on Wednesday, August 11. Pre-Registration will save considerable time for both you and the Photography Department staff during the intake process and everyone is encouraged to use it. Entries are to be reclaimed on Sunday, August 22, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. A claim ticket must be presented. Any exhibitors removing their entries prior to this time will be prohibited from future participation in this event. The department reserves the right to refuse to accept or display a photograph that is deemed to be inappropriate in content for viewing by a general audience. Care will be taken in handling and displaying your photos, however, the Photography Department and the Fair Association assumes no liability for damaged or stolen entries.

SENIOR DIVISION ENTRANT ELIGIBILITY The senior division is open to all amateur photographers over 19 years of age that reside in the City of Harrisonburg or the County of Rockingham. January 1, 2019, will be used to determine the contestant’s age. For the purpose of this event, an amateur is defined as an exhibitor who has not advertised their services, or received money from the sale of photographs in the past year with the exception of winnings from a photography contest.

PHOTO ELIGIBILITY Previous entries exhibited at the Rockingham County Fair are not eligible. Photos must be the work of the exhibitor Only one photo per class may be entered. The same subject may not be used more than once in any class. Entries may be in color or black & white and commercial

SENIOR DIVISION CLASS DEFINITIONS:

processing is acceptable. Except for the Artistic category below, digital enhancements are limited to cropping and basic corrections for exposure, color and contrast. Cropping to custom sizes is encouraged such as 5” x 10” or 12” x 6” to enhance the composition of the image.

PHOTO REQUIREMENTS SIZE: Minimum photo size is 5” in any direction and the maximum photo size 12” in any direction. PRESENTATION: Only one image per entry. BACKING: All photo shall be mounted on foam board or matted. Mounting photographs on a foam board with permanent adhesive is the most secure way to display your photographs. It is recommended that you make the foam board ½” longer at the top of your picture to allow for space to attach hanging clips. If this space is not provided the clips will have to be placed directly on your print and will leave a mark on your print. Matted photos will also be accepted. The preferred color of the mat is black or white. All matted prints must be secured to the back of the mat. Wide tape or permanent adhesive is recommended for securing the prints between the mat and backing. DO NOT USE FOAM TAPE TO TAPE THE PICTURE TO THE BACK OF THE MAT. The entrants name and class description must be on the back of each entry. In addition, entries in the following classes must also include the following information: 1. Rural Rockingham & Rocktown: location taken 2. Abstract: identify the subject matter 3. Artistic: identify the process or technique used HANGING: All photos must be ready for hanging. Binder clips and pegboard hooks will be provided.

DETERMINING CLASS ELIGIBILITY 1. Class eligibility will be determined by the main subject matter of each photo. 2. The same photo or similar photo cannot be entered in multiple classes.

412. Pictorial – A photo that conveys a feeling or an emotion

402. Pets - Your best shot of your companion animals

413. Abstract – Contains a design of patterns or shapes where the subject matter is not evident. Subject matter must be identified on the back

403. Wildlife - Wildlife in a natural habitat or zoo

414. Photojournalism - Depicts a newsworthy event

404. Landscapes – Depicts natural scenery

415. Artistic - A photo that has been altered using digital editing software or post printing. This would include, but is not limited to, digital stitching techniques or those enhanced or altered through the use of digital software programs such as Photoshop. It may include composites of several images. Any digital processing technique may be used. (the technique or process must be described on back of entry)

401. People – A posed or candid photo of a person

405. Cityscapes – An urban landscape that includes man-made structures and scenery 406. Rural Rockingham – A photo that defines our county 407. Rocktown – A unique photo that depicts our county seat, Harrisonburg 408. Humorous – An amusing or humorous moment caught in the image 409. Action – The focal point is a moving object 410. Architecture – A structure, such as a building or bridge that is the focal point 411. Close-up – The subject is photographed at a very close range and is clearly defined and recognizable

416. Patriotic. A photo that exemplifies the patriotic spirit of our country.

AWARDS Photographs will be judged on originality, composition, technical merit, overall quality and

SAVE TIME WITH PHOTOGRAPHY PRE-REGISTRATION Pre-Registration of your photo entries is available through the Rockingham County Fair Website: www.RockinghamCountyFair. com from July 1 through midnight on Wednesday, August 7. It is highly recommended that your pre-register your photos as it will eliminate having to wait in long lines during the intake process on Saturday, August 16. Please list all of your entries in one email and send it to rockfairphoto@gmail.com. The email should include the following: 1. Name, Address and Phone Number of exhibitor 2. Division (Junior or Senior) 3. Section (Juniors only – Section I, II or III) 4. A list of all of the class numbers and descriptions for which you plan to enter a photo into the competition (e.g. 101- People, 102-Pets, 103-Down on the Farm, etc).

subject matter pertaining to the class. The number of ribbons awarded per category will be as follows: Blue Ribbons (First Premium) – up to 3 Red Ribbons (Second Premium) – up to 3 White Ribbons (Third Premium) – up to 3 Ribbon winners will receive a cash award, as follows: Blue Ribbons: $5 Red Ribbons: $4 White Ribbons: $3 Judging will occur between Sunday evening and Tuesday morning by a panel of independent professional photographers. A “Sweepstakes” ribbon will be awarded to the exhibitor winning the most blue ribbons in the senior division. In case of a tie, the number of second place awards of the tied participants will determine the sweepstakes winner.

ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST (FAIR WEEK ONLY) E-mail your digital photo entries (min size should be at least 6 megapixels) to rockfairphoto@gmail.com. These photos are to be taken during Fair week on the fairgrounds. A daily winner will be printed and displayed at the Fair. Images should be suitable for an 8 x 10 print. Limit of one photo submission per person per day. Daily cutoff will be 10 AM the following morning. Prizes will be awarded for the best image each day along with a grand prize for the best image of the week. The special online photo contest will be held during the week of the fair to provide the Rockingham County Fair Association with photographs that can be used in future fair brochures, publications and advertisements. The contest will be open to all photographers, so use your imagination and creativity. Official Rules and upload links will be posted on the Fair Website and the Photography Dept. Facebook Page.

A “Best of Show” ribbon will be presented to a single entry in the senior division that is judged to be the most outstanding in composition, technical merit and creativity. All first place entries are eligible.


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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

VIRGINIA JUNIOR SHEEP BREEDERS SHOW  DEPT. O 2020 VIRGINIA JUNIOR SHEEP BREEDERS SHOW SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 2021 Rockingham County Fairgrounds, Harrisonburg, VA SCHEDULE: 8-9 AM .....................................................................Arrival and check-in 10 AM .................................... Show, beginning with Showmanship 12 NOON Pizza party lunch Afternoon Show (continued) After Show Annual VJSBA Meeting and Watermelon Social RULES & REGULATIONS 1) The General Rules pertaining to the Rockingham County Fair apply (including health regulations). These rules may be found at http://www.rockinghamcountyfair.com/ . By submitting an entry, you agree to read and abide by these rules. 2) The show is open to all Virginia Junior Sheep Breeders Association members. Regular members must have paid annual membership dues and met their obligation to attend an educational program and work a fundraising food booth prior to the show. New members are not required to meet these obligations for their first year of participation. 3) VJSBA membership is open to all youth in Virginia, 21 years of age and younger on the day of the show. There is no minimum age, however for safety purposes, the youth are expected to handle and show their sheep with minimal assistance. Meaning that the exhibitor needs to be the person primarily in control of the animal whenever possible. Parents please be sure that the animals are broken enough to be reasonably handled by the exhibitor. 4) Entries deadline dates will be determined annually by the Director. 5) Exhibitors must show their own entries unless the exhibitor has more than one animal in the same class (or in group classes), or permission is given by the show management. Substitute show persons must be another VJSBA member. 6) Exhibitors are expected to care for their animals in an acceptable manner and adhere to quality assurance guidelines. 7) The use of coloring agents is prohibited. 8) Sheep must be owned, separated, and cared for by the exhibitor before July 1 of the current year and continuously thereafter. 9) Both registered sheep (any breed) as well as commercial crossbred sheep may be shown. Registered sheep must be recorded with, and have registration papers issued from, a national breed association. Junior show guidelines established by individual breeds will be followed regarding registration requirements for exhibition. All sheep must be registered in the flock books of their respective breed and carry their corresponding flock tag and/or tattoo. 10) Breeds must have a minimum of 10 sheep from at least 3 exhibitors to qualify for a breed show. Breeds not meeting this requirement will be exhibited in the All Other Breeds division. The AOB division may be split into two divisions, wool breeds and meat breeds, as entry numbers warrant. 11) All sheep must be the property of, registered, and certificates issued in the name of the exhibitor prior to July 1 of the current year. Registration papers must be available for inspection at the show. Ownership of registered sheep may be joint with an immediate family member, provided the exhibitor’s name is found on the certificate. 12) Entries may be made in the name of an individual exhibitor, or under farm/family joint ownership name. However, sheep must be shown under the same entry name for all classes (sheep shown under different individual names may not be combined for group classes, nor may farm/family entries be split to form group class entries using a different name). 13) The date of birth must be verified for all entries by their registration papers. 14) Sheep exhibited in the registered breeding sheep division may not be shown in the commercial division. 15) Sheep are to be exhibited in fleece appropriate for the respective breed. Sheep may be slick sheared, and if fitted, it is recommended they not have more than one inch of wool on any part of their body. Wool breeds should be shown with fleece presentation and length appropriate for their respective breed. Commercial sheep must be shorn slick to the skin above the knee and hock joints. 16) All exhibitors must check their entries, registration papers, and health papers with show officials by the designated time. 17) Classes may be split at the discretion of show officials. 18) Exhibitors are limited to a total of two (2) premiums per class in individual classes, and one (1) premium in pair and group classes. 19) Substitute entries day of show shall be permitted provided all other rules are abided by.

20. Showmanship classes will be divided by age as follows: A. Pee Wee Division- exhibitors 8 years of age and younger on day of show B. Junior Division- exhibitors 9-11 years of age on day of show C. Intermediate Division- exhibitors 12-14 years of age on day of show D. Senior Division- exhibitors 15 years of age and older on day of show

CLASSES & ENTRIES Enter class from following list. Include animal tag/tattoo, registration number, and animal birth date on entry form. Breed shows include Cheviot, Dorset, Hampshire, Southdown, Suffolk and Commercial. If breed is not listed, indicate breed on entry. Maximum of 2 entries per exhibitor for individual classes, and 1 entry per exhibitor for pair and group classes.

Class Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Description Senior Ram Lamb- born 9/1 to 12/31/20 Intermediate Ram Lamb- born 1/1 to 2/15/21 Junior Ram Lamb- born 2/16/21 and later Pair of Ram Lambs- two ram lambs Yearling Ewe- born 9/1/19 to 8/31/20 Pair of Yearling Ewes- two yearling ewes Senior Ewe Lamb- born 9/1 to 12/31/20 Intermediate Ewe Lamb- born 1/1 to 2/15/21 Junior Ewe Lamb- born 2/16/21 and later Pair of Ewe Lambs- two ewe lambs Pair of Lambs- ram and ewe lamb Flock- 1 ram, 1 yearling ewe, 1 ewe lamb Bred & Owned- ram or ewe bred by exhibitor Overall Supreme Champion Ram Overall Supreme Reserve Champion Ram Overall Supreme Champion Ewe Overall Supreme Reserve Champion Ewe

PREMIUMS & AWARDS

SHEEP PREMIUM SCHEDULE Individual & Group Classes

1st

2nd

3rd and lower

$13

$12

$8

Additional prizes will be provided for showmanship classes as well as breed Champion and Reserve Champion Rams & Ewes as well as the Supreme Champion and Reserve Ram & Ewe.


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Harrisonburg, Va.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

ADULT $12 CHILD $5

Sunday, August 16 2021 DIESEL TRUCK DRAGS THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 2021 DOORS OPEN AT 7:00 P.M.

Jimmy Fortune

Isaacs

PEPSI GRANDSTAND Rockingham County Fairgrounds, Harrisonburg, VA

Monday, August 16

ADULT $12 CHILD $5

Tracey Lawrence

Kentucky Headhunters

Tuesday, August 17

2021 DEMOLITION DERBY FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2021 DOORS OPEN AT 8:00 P.M. PEPSI GRANDSTAND Rockingham County Fairgrounds, Harrisonburg, VA

Jimmy Allen

Matt Stell

Wednesday, August 18 ADULT $12 CHILD $5

The Hackens Boys

Hardy

2021 INTERSTATE TRACTOR PULL SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 2021 PEPSI GRANDSTAND Rockingham County Fairgrounds, Harrisonburg, VA

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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

FARM & TWEAKED FARM TRACTOR PULL FARM AND TWEAKED FARM TRACTOR PULL SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 2021 • 3:00 PM PEPSI GRANDSTAND REGISTRATION WILL OPEN AT NOON AND CLOSE AT 2:30 PM $20.00 Hook Fee

FARM TRACTOR CLASS RULES Only Tractors 1960 or newer and cannot pull in Antique and Farm Pull 1. Weight Classes: 8,000 lb. – 10,000 lb. – 12,000 lb. – 15,000 lb. 2. Torque Converters and automatic shifts are permitted. No Slipper clutches 3. Contest open to two (2) wheel drive, rubber tired tractors. No 4-wheel drives, dual tires, chains or studded tires. All power must be transmitted through rear wheels. 4. The width is limited to a maximum of 24.5” 5. No external engine modifications. Factory pump for make and model of tractor. If turbocharger has been added, must be OEM stock turbo and manifold for make and model of tractor. No performance enhanced turbos allowed in stock class. No open turbo intakes. All intake hoses must be stock from factory. Tractor must have Factory Air Cleaner with air filter installed. 6. No mixing of fuels allowed. Tractor must use the fuel the factory engine was designed for. No fuel additives or water injection. 7. A no-stripping regulation will be enforced only if parts removed render the tractor unsafe to drive. Specific items illegal to remove are either front wheels, hood, grill assembly, rear fender. All sheet metal, hoods, fender, dash, grills and fuel tanks have to be in original location as from factory. 8. Any supplement to the drawbar such as hitching rings or plow couplers must conform to the 20” maximum height to the top of the device, parallel to the ground and a minimum of 18” from the center of the rear axle. Supplement drawbars must be a minimum of 1” thick and with at least a 3” hole. No weights or brackets may be within 8” side to side or 12” above center of hook. 9. Maximum RPM – 2800 RPM. No building of extreme RPM’s or turbo boost allowed on takeoff. 10. Straight pipes will be allowed in place of vertical muffler if they extend 18” above the hood. Underneath exhaust system in original condition. NO RAIN CAPS ALLOWED. 11. Custom built weight frames are allowed behind front wheels. No weight shall exceed more than 24” in front of the foremost portion of the tractor. No weights may extend past the rear tires and all weights must be secured. Any weight lost during pull is automatic disqualification. 12. Skid bars are recommended for insurance regulations. Skid bars must be minimum of 32” behind center of rear axle. Bars must be not more than 10” off ground. Contact patch must be 5 sq. in. (5” X 5”). Bars must be able to support weight of

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tractor in heaviest class. If tractor is not equipped with skid bars, forward progress will be stopped when front wheels are an unsafe distance from ground. No alteration to wheelbase and frame. Tractor shall be subject to official Tech Inspection to pull. Tractor subject to official Tech inspection after pull. All Tech inspector decisions are final. Driver must be fully clothed and while not required, it is recommended driver wear helmet. No shorts. Any equipment lost while hooked to the sled is an automatic disqualification. Tractor can only pull once per class. Two class limit. No excessive wheelies on takeoff. All PTO’s, hydraulics must be operational like on the farm. All engines have to be original size for tractor. No factory updated engine. All injection pumps must be OEM for make and model of tractor. No inline pumps for rotary. Stock Farm cannot pull in Tweaked Farm Classes. No cut tires. If tractor is equipped with rollover equipment (rollover case, etc.), driver must wear seat belt.

TWEAKED FARM TRACTOR CLASS RULES Only Tractors 1960 or newer and cannot pull in Antique and Farm Pull 1. Weight Classes: 8,000 lb. – 10,000 lb. – 12,000 lb. – 15,000 lb. 2. Torque Converters and automatic shifts are permitted. No slipper clutches. 3. Contest open to two (2) wheel drive, rubber tired tractors. No 4-wheel drives, dual tires, chains or studded tires. All power must be transmitted through the rear wheels. 4. Tire width is limited to a maximum of 24.5”. 5. Maximum 2.4 intake allowed, open turbos allowed. RPM limit allowed 10% above (no inlet slug used as reducer) factory recommendations. Fuel pumps has to be original for make and model, but can be modified for extra fuel and RPM’s. Electric transfer pumps allowed. No water injection allowed. Updated injection allowed as long as it is factory updated. 6. No mixing of fuels allowed. Tractor must use the fuel the factory engine was designed for. No fuel additives of water. 7. A no-stripping regulation will be enforced only if parts removed render the tractor unsafe to drive. Specific items illegal to remove are either front

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wheels, hood, grill assembly, rear fender. All sheet metal, hoods, fender, dash, grill have to be in original location as from factory. Fuel tanks can be modified from original location to accommodate turbo modification. Any supplement to the drawbar such as hitching rings or plow couplers must conform to the 20” maximum height to the top of the device, parallel to the ground and a minimum of 18” from the center of the rear axle. Supplement drawbars must be a minimum of 1” thick and with at least a 3” hole. No weights of brackets may be within 8” side to side or 12” above center of hook. Straight pipes will be allowed in place of vertical muffler if they extend 18” above the hood. Underneath exhaust systems must be a factory in original condition. NO RAIN CAPS ALLOWED. Custom built weight frames are allowed. No weights shall exceed more than 24” in front of the foremost portion of the tractor. No weights may extend past the rear tires and all weights must be secured. Any weight lost during pull is automatic disqualification. Skid bars and side shields are recommended for insurance regulations. Skid bars must be a minimum of 32” behind center of rear axle. Bars must be no more than 10” off ground. Contact patch must be 5 sq. in. (5” X 5”). Bars must be able to support weight of tractor in heaviest class. If tractor is not equipped with skid bars, forward progress will be stopped when front wheels are an unsafe distance from ground. No alteration to wheelbase or frame. Tractor shall be subject to official Tech Inspection to pull. Tractor subject to official Tech inspection after pull. All Tech inspector decisions are final. Driver must be fully clothed, and while not required, a helmet is recommended. No shorts. Tractor can only pull once per class. Two class limit. All PTO’s, hydraulics must be operational like on the farm. Engine updates can be operational like on the farm.

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Engine updates can be used as long as there are no frame alterations to install engine. Tractor must maintain stock appearance. If tractor is equipped with rollover equipment (roll cage), seat belt must be worn.

6,500 LB. T04 TURBO OPEN FARM CLASS 1. Side Clutch housing or transmission blanket. 2. Clutch housing or transmission blanket. 3. Wheelie Bars recommended. No wheelie bars requires lower front end. Excessive wheelie on take off may be cause for disqualification. 4. If tractor runs in this class, no other class can be run. 5. If tractors run Tweaked Farm class they cannot run this class. 6. Minor stripping, 3 points, PTO, etc. 7. Must have farm application engine 8. Hitch must be rigid – not clevis type. 9. Tractor can run cut tires. 10. Maximum 360 cu. Inch displacement.

OUTLAW CLASS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

10,000LB AND 12,000LB 2.5 Charger with Map Ring allowed Water injection allowed Top Cut tires allowed Clutch Housing or Transmission Blanket Wheelie Bars Recommended Cannot pull in Farm and Tweaked Classes ANY TRACTORS NOT MEETING RULES WILL PULL EXHIBITION AT END OF OUTLAW CLASSES.

Any question or concerns for this class of any farm class, please contact A.J. Simmons@ 540-271-2998


Harrisonburg, Va.

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

2021 BEST Of The Valley

Vong Starts June 26, 2021 www.DNRonline

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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR CATALOG

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Harrisonburg, Va.

DRAFT HORSE PULL Tim Bryan, Department Superintendent

DRAFT HORSE PULL SATURDAY AUGUST 21, 2021 7:30 PM

LIGHT WEIGHT DRAFT HORSE PULLING CONTEST – 3,400 LBS. & UNDER:

HEAVY WEIGHT DRAFT HORSE PULLING CONTEST – OVER 3,400 LBS.

1st Place - $350 2nd Place - $300 3rd Place - $275 4th Place - $250

1st Place - $350 2nd Place - $300 3rd Place - $275 4th Place - $250

5th Place - $225 6th Place - $200 7th Place - $150 8th Place & up - $100

5th Place - $225 6th Place - $200 7th Place - $150 8th Place & up $100

HORSE PULLING RULES 1. Pulling Distance – 27 1/2 feet. 2. Width of Pulling Area – 20 feet. 3. Two Classes of Horses – Lightweight, 3,400 lbs. and under; Heavyweight, over 3,400 lbs. 4. Hookers – Two hookers, plus driver to drive teams will be allowed. All helpers stay behind eveners and remain silent once the team is hooked. 5. Boundaries – If a team steps on or over the side line, the pull attempt will not be counted. 6. Three Pulls – Each driver entitled to take 3 pulls. All teams must take 1st pull. If he unhooks after 1st pull, he forfeits his 2nd. He may come back in order for his third attempt. If he does not come back, the pull is lost. 7. Pull Attempts – 3 unsuccessful attempts to hook will count as one pull attempt. Driver will have 6 tries to get hitched. If all 6 are missed, the team will be disqualified. All teams must take first and second pull to be entitled to a third. 8. Direction of Pull – 1st and 2nd pull shall be taken in the direction indicated by the judge. Third pull may be taken in either direction providing there is enough room. 9. Movement of Sled – Any forward movement of load after driver gives command to will be counted as a pull and measurement will be recorded except in case of breakage which entitles team to another pull.

10. Breakage of Equipment – Team must remain in pulling area and come in at the end of the round for their turn and pick up their proper place in the next round. 11. Drivers – Each team shall be driven by one driver at all times through the entire contest except in case of injury. 12. Heading of Horse – Heading of horses is prohibited. In case of unhooked tug or horse over tug, the driver must unhitch from sled, correct problem, and then hitch again for the same pull. 13. Treatment of Horses – Drivers shall not prod, whip or touch horses while pulling and in no case whirl or shake lines over horses or above his own head. Jumping of doubletrees not allowed. 14. Unmanageable Teams – If any team becomes unmanageable or difficult to handle, and in the opinion of the judge may endanger other teams, drivers or spectators, they will be frozen in position and ordered taken from the field. If any team breaks away from driver or helpers or runs away, it forfeits any premium it might have earned in the contest up to the time it runs away. 15. Conduct of Horsemen – Behavior of all horsemen (drivers and helpers) will be above reproach at all times. Disciplinary action by the judges will be taken. Anyone disputing the decision of the judge will be immediately disqualified. This includes all teams the driver has in the contest. 16. Bridles and other Equipment – Bridles may be open-faced or with blinders. No change can be made after contest starts. Teams may be tied together with check lines only. Hitching with cross tugs is prohibited. No bits, chains, or extras will be hung on the harness. 17. Time Limit – Each team will have three minutes to get hooked to the sled and make their first pull. That is after the announcer calls your name. You will have one minute between your first and second pull. Third pull will be the same as the first.


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ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 2021 REGISTRATION CLOSES 4:30PM HARRISONBURG FORD ARENA – 5:00 P.M. PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE $5.00 1. All safety Rules will be enforced at all times on and off the track! 2. “A” Class tractors must be 1959 or older; “B” Class tractors must be 1959 or older. No turbo chargers allowed. Cannot pull in Antique and Farm Pull. 6,000A; 6,000B 3. Classes offered:2,500A; 2,500B 3,000A; 3,000B 3,500A; 3,500B 4,000A; 4,000B 4,500A; 4,500B 5,000A; 5,000B

7,000A; 7,000B 8,000A; 8,000B 9,000A; 9,000B 10,000A; 10,000B

4. Drawbar height 20” maximum and 18” from center of axle. Tractors with 3 point hitches must have stays so hitch cannot raise over 20”. Hitch to have a 3” horizontal ring. Height checked at the highest portion of the ring. 5. All tractors must have working governors. 6. “A” Class maximum RPMS 10% over stock high idle. “B” Class maximum RPMS 3,000. 7. Instead of random RPM checks, a “protest only” method by which members will protest, in writing, other members in their class and within 5 places of their finish. The protest must be made by the end of the following class and given to a track official or taken to the announcer’s stand. 8. “A” Class 3.0 MPH; “B” Class 6.0 MPH 9. Horn can blow 3 times. 1st and 2nd blows, puller must slow to turn horn off. 3rd blow puller is disqualified. 10. Suitcase weights allowed. Should weights or any other parts fall to the ground during pull, puller will be disqualified. The rear weights shall not extend past the rear tires. The front weight bracket must not extend more than 24 inches in front of the furthermost portion of the grill or main frame of tractor. 11. During pull, if any tractor tires cross the white line, will be disqualified. 12. No shifting gears while sled is in motion. Ampli-torc hydra-power torque amplifiers will be allowed to shift in all classes. 13. “A” Class tractors must have original engine. That is, stock block and stock head. “B” Class tractors must have original frame and manufacturer’s brand of engine fitting into the original bell housing without adapter plates and no more or less cylinders. 14. Racing fuels allowed. No injected gases or nitrous. 16. “A” Class tires only: No sharpened, altered or excessive road wear tires will be allowed. “A” Class tire guide must maintain factor rim diameter. Class “B” Tires can be sharpened and shaped, to top of cleat only, and any size up to 20.8 X 38 maximum. 17. Hook fee will be $10.00 per hook. There will be only one hook per tractor. You cannot pull the same tractor in the same class with a different driver. YOU MAY ONLY PULL,ONE CLASS PER TRACTOR. 18. 75 ft. rule will apply for all pullers (back up and pull again). 19. Wheelie bars are recommended on “A” Class and are mandatory on tractors in all “B”

Classes. “B” Classes will be required to have wheelie bars or they won’t be allowed to pull. See specifications below. 20. Only 2-wheel drive tractors will be allowed to pull. 21. No drugs or alcoholic beverages allowed. 22. Nobody will be allowed on the track except the puller and the track officials. (No walking beside the tractor, no sitting too close to the track beyond the ropes, etc.) Track officials will be appointed to enforce this rule. Also, the ropes along the sides of the track will be 15 to 20 feet away from the track.

CVATPA WHEELIE BAR SPECIFICATIONS Wheelie bars must have pads. No Wheels. Dimensions: a. The front edge of the stabilizer pad can’t be further forward than the rear most portion of the tire. b. 10” maximum height off ground. c. Pad size 5” X 5” X ¼” thick. d. 20” minimum across pads from outside to outside. NOTE: 1. The wheelie bar must be able to support the weight of the tractor in the heaviest class pulled. To test, jack up the pads so tractor is completely off the ground. 2. The wheelie bars and drawbars will be inspected by CVATPA officials while the tractor is on the scales being weighed. THESE RULES ARE BASED ON THE CVATPA RULES AND WILL BE ADHERED TO FOR ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL!!

ALWAYS REMEMBER…..SAFETY FIRST!


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HISTORY OF THE ROCKINGHAM COUNTY FAIR History of the Rockingham County Fair By Dennis Cupp

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he current Rockingham County Fair Association, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization and held its first Fair at the Linville Edom High School north of Harrisonburg in 1949. As told by the fair’s first president Charlie Wampler, the commercial exhibit chairman had the commercial exhibit booth partitions nailed to the gym floor to the great displeasure of the school principal. The first three-day fair in 1949 made a profit of approximately $130 and, as reported in the local Daily News Record, 5,000 were in attendance. Additional officers were: E.W. Roller, 1st Vice President of VoAg teachers at Broadway and Timberville; H. T. Acker, Sr, 2nd Vice President and 4-H leader from Port Republic; Eva Minix, 3rd Vice President and Virginia Cooperative Extension Home Demonstration Agent; Welty Holsinger, 4th Vice President and 4-H leaders from Pleasant Hill; T. L. Holoman, Secretary and Virginia Coopertaive Extension 4-H Agent; and P. A. “Dick” Carver, Treasurer, poultry business in Dayton, VA. Many fairs, however, were hosted by various organizations and 4-H and FFA were held prior to this at a variety of sites in Harrisonburg, Lacey Springs, and Ed’s Park at Rawley Springs. One archived news article indicates that the “First Annual County Fair at Rockingham” was conducted in 1891. This Fair advertised “jousting, good music, and a grand balloon ascension” where two daredevils ascended to 8,000 feet then parachuted back to earth in “the most daring and thrilling act ever undertaken by an aeronaut.” In 1915, the Fair organization distributed advertising flyers throughout the county that was recognizing the 50th anniversary of the U.S. War Between the States. A currency-sized flyer that was printed featured one side that was a facsimile of a $100 Confederate bill while the opposite

Rockingham County Fair Past Presidents

An aerial view of the sun setting on the fair in 2015. side was printed with an ad for the 1915 Rockingham County Fair. It promised “Upto-date Exhibits, New Novelties and the Best Fair Ever.” In 1953 land was purchased on Kratzer Road just north of Harrisonburg and the fair was moved there from Linville Edom High School where it had been for three years. In 1979 the Kratzer fairgrounds property was sold to R. R. Donnelley for $1.5 million dollars and 111 acres were purchased from Hazel Wenger and Dennis Early. The new property is one half mile south of Harrisonburg and it was here that several of the buildings were moved from the existing fairgrounds and new ones were also constructed. In 1980 the first fair was conducted at the new location and included a 21,000-square-

foot exhibit hall; a barn complex with more than 80,000 square feet providing space for hundreds of hogs, sheep, goats, beef and dairy cattle; a farm museum; a building for horticulture, flowers and farm crop displays; and numerous food concession buildings operated by local civic organizations. A 3,200 square foot Virginia Poultry Industry Center including a museum and animal display facility have been added to the assets of the property. The Rockingham County Fair is recognized as one of the leading agricultural fairs. The International Association of Fairs and Expositions has awarded the Fair 1st place for approximately 20 years with the “Overall Program for Competitive Agricultural Exhibitors.”

1948-1973 – Charles Wampler, Jr. 1974-1975 – Thurston J. Pfoutz 1976-1977 – Douglas L. Flory 1978-1979 – R. Carlton Cupp 1980-1981 – Melvin A. Miller 1982-1983 – Dan W. Brubaker 1984-1985 – Larry E. Garber 1986-1987 – William H. Bowman 1988-1989 – Doris M. Whitmore 1990-1991 – Carroll T. Yankey, Sr 1992-1993 – Nelson W. Sheets 1994-1995 – Charles E. Whetzel 1996-1997 – C.T. Yankey, Jr. 1998-1999 – William C. Simmonds 2000-2001 – Jack Wenger 2002-2003 – Kern Houff 2004-2005 – Tom Burgess 2006-2007 – Kenneth W. Hawkins 2008-2009 – Timothy P. Smiley 2010-2011 – Richard Chew 2012-2013 – Michael Gochenour 2014-2015 – Donnie Liskey 2016-2017 – Brian Carpenter 2018-2019 – Jeff Germroth 2020-current – Ron Williams


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