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2013 HOMEMAKING & HANDICRAFTS BOOKLET

135th Selkirk Triple “S” Fair & Rodeo JULY 12-14, 2013 Selkirk Park Selkirk, Manitoba Sponsored by the St. Andrews – St. Clements Agricultural Society


TABLE OF CONTENTS Honorary Awards Homemaking & Handicrafts Rules and Regulations Exhibition Classes Class 1 – Seed, Grain & Forage Class 2 – Provincial Quilt Competition Class3 – Needlecrafts & Quilts Quilts (A) Sewing (B) Knitting (C) Crocheting (D) Embroidery (E) Class 4 – Home Crafts Class 5 – Plants & Flowers Class 6 – Home Cooking Class 7 – Sponsored Specials Class 8 – Fruits and Preserves Certo & Bernardin Specials Class 9 – Garden Vegetables, Fruit, Honey Class 10 – Wine Making Class 11 – Junior Hobbies Class 12 – 4H Specials Class 13 – Junior Plants, Flowers, Vegetables & Fruits Class 14 – Junior Baking Class 15 – Photography Adult & Juniors Craft Instructions Sponsor Websites Sponsors Entry Forms


HONORARY AWARDS - FOR JUNIOR AND ADULT EXHIBITORS All Honorary Awards are donated by the St. Andrews and St. Clements Agricultural Society. These awards will be presented to the Junior and Adult exhibitor High Point winners compiling the most points. This will take place on the Monday after the Fair. Grand Champion Exhibitor Award in memory of Gloria Stanger Grand Champion Junior Exhibitor Award in memory of Isabel Jonasson Best of Show Ribbon (adult craft section only) in memory of Myrtle Barnette HOMEMAKING & HANDICRAFTS Rules and Regulations 1. You must be a member of the St. Andrews/St. Clements Agricultural Society to enter in the Homemaking and Handicrafts classes. Juniors and 4-H memberships are $1.00. Adult and senior memberships are $3.00. This allows the exhibitor 4 entries in classes 1-15 inclusive. Additional entries are $0.25 each. 2. Age levels are as follows: Adults are 16 and up. Junior is 15 & under. 3. No person shall enter more than one article in any one section of a class (except a pair). 4. All entries in farm produce must have been produced on the farm holding or garden of the Exhibitor 5. The Exhibitor must have made all articles. No article may be shown a second year. Any article thus recognized will be disqualified. 6. If there is only one entry in a class, it will be at the discretion of the Judge whether the article will receive a first, second or any prize. 7. Junior Exhibitor must state their age on all their entry tags. 8. Entry forms must be forwarded one week prior to fair date or can bring them when entering your exhibit to the location below. Exhibits must be delivered to the Display building in Selkirk Park on Thursday July 11, 2013 between 5:308:30PM 9. Exhibitors are responsible for picking up their exhibits on Monday July 15 between 10:00AM – 1:00PM Ellen Fisher 139 Goldstone Road St. Andrews, MB R1A 3B4For more information please call Ellen Fisher 204-757-2568 or Leah Shumilak 204-482-5166


CLASS 1 – Seed Grain & Forage Rules: 1. An Exhibitor must have produced the grain on his or hers own farm in the previous year. 2. Grain which has been treated will be disqualified 3. Amount of exhibit, one quart jar 4. 16 & Up may enter NOTE: In Sections 1 – 11, Name the variety! (Ex. Wheat – Neepawa) Prizes: 1st $4.00 Section: 1. Wheat, Spring 2. Wheat, Winter 3. Sunflower seed 4. Oats 5. Barley, Six Row 6. Barley, Two Row

2nd $3.00

3rd $2.00

7. Rye 8. Flax 9. Canola Seed 10. Soya Beans 11. Corn 12. Baled Hay, any variety (minimum of 50lbs)


CLASS 2 – PROVINCIAL QUILT COMPETITION Sponsored by the Manitoba Association of Ag Societies Three Categories are: 1. Hand Quilted 2. Self-guided (domestic, long and mid arm) 3. Computer aided Quilts must be at least 152cm x 178 cm (60” x 70”) Results will be announced at the 2013 MAAS (Manitoba Association of Agricultural Societies) conference 16 & Up may enter Prizes (local level): 1st $8.00 2nd $6.00 3rd $4.00 2013 Provincial Agricultural Societies Quilt Competition Rules & Regulations 1. Competition is open to all quilt exhibitors. 2. The judging criteria used for judging is included in the Judging Standard’s book. 3. Quilts may be entered in the three categories. 4. The entry must be completely quilted by the person submitting the quilt. 5. No commercial quilting will be allowed (machine quilted by someone other than the exhibitor). 6. Quilts must have an appropriate title and give appropriate credit to pattern designer if not original. 7. Quilts must be at least 152cm x 178cm (60” x 70”) to be considered for the competition. 8. A fabric quilt label must be attached to the bottom right corner on the backside of the quilt entry. Labels must be covered at all judging levels. 9. Quilts must be delivered/packaged in a durable and labeled clear plastic bag for handling. 10. Pre-stamped or direct product of Quilt Kits will not be accepted; however, Block of the Month quilts, if not kitted, are eligible. 11. Quilters will sign a release form when the quilt is entered at the local event, giving the coordinating group permission to use pictures of the quilt and/or quilter in any type of promotional activity they deem appropriate. 12. A score sheet will be distributed to all societies, which must be used to judge the quilts. Any quilt not scoring 70 or more points will not qualify for the District or Provincial competition. 13. Each society may select up to six quilts (2 hand quilted, 2 mid/long arm, 2 computer aided) at their Fair to participate in the District competition. Up to a


total of six quilts will be chosen at the District competition to go on to the Provincial competition. 14. Exhibitors may enter more than one quilt in this competition. However, they may only have one hand, self-guided and one computer aided quilt advance to the Provincial competition. 15. Any quilt may be entered in competition at as many fairs as the exhibitor wishes, however, it may only represent the society where it was first entered in the Provincial competition and won. The exhibitor must advise societies at the time of entry if their quilt is a winner at a previous fair. 16. If an exhibitor does not wish to participate in Provincial competition, the runner-up quilt with a score higher than 70 will be selected to represent the society in the District competition. 17. At the District level prize monies will be awarded for the top quilts in each category. At the Provincial finals, there will be prize monies available in the Hand Quilted, Self Guided and Computer Aided categories. 18. All District winners will be displayed at the Red River Exhibition in June 2014 after which the quilts will be returned to the quilters. 19. Quilt owners are responsible for insuring their own quilts. The sponsors, societies and MAAS will not be liable for damage or loss. 20. For more information contact Josie Avery, Provincial Quilt Coordinator at maasquilts@gmail.com Phone – 204-896-3199 or 204-955-9947 (cell)

CLASS 3 – NEEDLECRAFTS & QUILTS Rules: 1. Needlecrafts must be the work of the exhibitor. 2. 16 & Up may enter. 3. Articles must be hand done

PRIZES:

QUILTS (A) 1 $8.00 2ND $6.00 ST

3RD $4.00

Section: 1. Patch work quilt at least 60” x 70” 2. Hand appliqués quilt at least 60” x 70” 3. Machine appliquéd quilt at least 60” x 70” 4. Computer aided quilt at least 60” x 70” 5. Quilt made by a group (please give group name) at least 60” x 70” 6. Crib quilts (hand quilted)


7. Hanging quilt 8. Sample quilt – no smaller than 16” and no larger than 46” square, machine or hand quilted 9. Machine stitched quilt (no smaller than a crib quilt) 10. No sew quilting 11. Quilt block, not quilted, pieced and named, not over 15”

PRIZES:

SEWING (B) 1 $3.00 2ND $2.00 ST

Section: 1. Work or fancy apron 2. Fleece sewn toque or mitts set 3. Practical pot holders or oven mitts 4. Cushion (with filler & fancy sewn) 5. Sewn bazaar item (no more than 1 meter of material)

PRIZES:

PRIZES:

6. Night gown or pajamas 7. Vest 8. Dress (childs) 9. Miscellaneous item 10. Barbie doll outfit 11. Cabbage patch doll outfit

KNITTING (C) 1 $3.00 2ND $2.00 ST

Section: 1. Hand bag (no larger than 10x14) 2. Socks, slippers or ski socks 4. Mitts or gloves 3. Child’s sweater 5. Barbie doll outfit 6. Hat, tam , toque or scarf

Section: 1. Baby outfit (2 or more pieces) 2. Slippers (any size) 3. Doily (18” or under) 4. Scarf 5. Sweater (any size) 6. Barbie doll outfit

3RD $1.00

7. Lady’s sweater 8. Any knit article (no sweaters or afghans) 9. Cabbage patch doll outfit 10. Stuffed animal 11. Afghan

CROCHETING (D) 1 $3.00 2ND $2.00 ST

3RD $1.00

3RD $1.00

7. Any crochet article (no sweaters) 8. Bedspread 9. Afghan 10. Crib blanket 11. Cabbage patch doll outfit 12. Stuffed animal


PRIZES:

EMBROIDERY (E) 1ST $3.00 2ND $2.00

Section: 1. Ethnic stitchery 2. Embroidered picture(framed) 3. Embroidered or stitched table cloth runner or doily (only) 4. Needle point article

3RD $1.00

5. Counted cross stitch article, not stamped (no tablecloths or runner) 6. Pair of pillowcases embroidered

CLASS 4 – HOMECRAFTS Rules: 1. Work must have been completed recently and NOT have been shown the year previously. 2. Work should be new and clean. 3. It is preferable that pictures be wired and ready for hanging 4. 16 & up may enter PRIZES: 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.00 Section: 1. 3-D Fleece Throw (no sewing) 15. Woodwork or metal article 2. Ceramic article – dry brushing or 16. Stained glass (real glass must be used) detailing 17. Shell Article 3. Ceramic glazed article – any 18. Plastic canvas article (flat ex.Magnet) Technique of gold, mother of pearl or 19. Plastic canvas (3D article only) Decals 20. Hand quilted article (no quilts) 4. Christmas tree ornament, no larger 21. Felt appliqué article (ex on page 22) Than 4”, no ceramics 22. Decorated clay pot (no larger 6”) 5. Beaded ornament 23. Paper quilling article 6. Hand crafted wire jewellery 24. Paper tole picture 7. Beaded macramé jewellery 25. Folk art painting article (no rocks) 8. Decoupage box (any shape) 26. Pen and Ink picture 9. Painted acrylic sun catcher 27. Pencil sketching 10. Airbrushing article 28. Painting (no oil or water) 11. Wall hanging, ready for hanging 29. Greeting card (any kind handmade) (no photos or prints) 30. Model 12. Artificial or dried flower arrangement 31. Scrapbooking Page (1 page only) 13. Artificial wreath (no larger than 12”) 32. Snowman decoration (no smaller 14. Artificial or dried bridesmaid bouquet than 5” & no ceramics)


33. 34. 35. 36.

Recycled article Ethnic craft Miscellaneous article (not listed) Anime – drawing

37. Woodcarving 38. Birch Bark item – carved or made 39. Seasonal sign/Greeting – any media

CLASS 5 – PLANTS & FLOWERS Rules: 1. Plants must be free from insects and disease. 2. Plants must be property of exhibitor. 3. One exhibit per exhibitor in each section. 4. Arrangements may use plant material from sources other than the property of the exhibitor, but they must not be purchased. 5. Diameter of pot should not be more than 8 inches (unless it is a dish garden). PRIZES: 1ST $3.00 2ND $2.00 3RD $1.00 Houseplants Section: 1. Herb dish garden (3 kinds with names) 7. Coleus – 1 plant 2. African violet, single or double bloom 8. Foliage – 1 plant 3. Begonia 9. Cactus – 1 plant 4. Impatience 10. Succulent plant 5. Geranium 11. Any houseplant in flower 6. Pansy (2 colors) (not listed) Cut Flowers Section: 12. Corsage – real flowers 15. Salvia – 3 stems 13. Shrub Rose – 1 spray in vase 16. Snapdragons – 3 spikes 14. Delphinium – 1 spike 17. Lily – 1 spike (no day lilies) Flower Arrangements Section: 18. Bouquet of flowers (in vase only) 19. “Tea Time” an arrangement in a tea pot 20. Floral arrangements, depicting a song title or nursery rhyme, accessory may be used, name the song or rhyme. Special High Point Winner of Class 5 will receive a gift certicate Sponsored by: Prairie Garden Center


CLASS 6 – HOME COOKING Rules: 1. Please use plastic bags rather than plastic wrap. NO SARAN. 2. Pies must be baked in the size required. 3. A mix shall not be used unless specified. 4. Cakes must be removed from pans. 5. Items requiring refrigeration are not to be entered. 6. Age 16 & up. PRIZES: SECTION 1-10 1ST $4.00 2ND $3.00 3RD $2.00 SECTION 11-12 1ST $5.00 2ND $4.00 3RD $3.00 SECTION 13-39 1ST $3.00 2ND $2.00 3RD $1.00 Section: 1. Loaf of white bread 6. Cinnamon Rolls - 2 (not bread machine) 7. 6-9 “ Raisin Pie – 2 crusts (whole pie) 2. Loaf of brown bread 8. 6-9” Apple Pie – 2 crusts (whole pie) (not bread machine) 9. 6-9” Manitoba grown fruit pie 3. Herb/Cheese bread (whole pie) (not bread machine) 10. Angel cake – ½ cake (not iced) 4. Loaf of White bread (made by machine) 5. Dinner Rolls – 2 11. Fruit cake – ½ cake (light or dark 13. Scotch scones – 2 14. Baking powder biscuits – 2 15. Cinnamon pinwheel biscuits – 2 (no fruit) 16. Bannock 17. Breadsticks – 2 18. One 6-9” pastry shell 19. cookies – 4 (dropped, baked) 20. Nutritious cookies – 4 (recipe included) 21. Shortbread cookies – 4 (not iced)

12. Venitarta – 6 layer prune ½ cake (not iced) 22. Slice – 2 pieces 23. Coffee Cake – ½ cake (no yeast) 24. Jelly roll – 6” (jam, jelly, lemon) 25. Decorated cake – real or artificial 26. Yeast donuts - 2 27. Tarts - 4 28. Gingerbread loaf – ½ loaf 29. Banana loaf – ½ loaf 30. Lemon Loaf – ½ loaf 31. Heart smart muffins - 2 (include recipe) 32. Carrot muffins – 2


33. Any family favourite (dessert) 35. Fudge – 4 pieces 36. Home made snack

37. Homemade chocolates – 4 pieces 38. Candy - homemade 39. Perogies – 4 cooked any kind

CLASS 7 – SPONSORED SPECIALS Rules: All sponsored specials class entries must be accompanied with the Logo and Proof of Purchase and recipe. Section: 1. Canada Safeway Ltd. Canada Safeway Ltd. offers the following prizes for your favorite Frosted Chocolate Layer Cake 1st Gift Prize 2nd Gift Prize 3rd Gift Prize 2. Fleischmann’s Yeast Best Bread Contest Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity on White Bread 1st $20.00 Plus Gift Prize 2A. Fleischmann’s Yeast Best Bread National Contest Eligibility: Fleischmann’s Yeast first place winner from each fair with submission of information form by local fair will be entered in National contest. Judging will have been based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity. First place winner of section 2. 1st at National Level will receive $100.00 3. Fleischmann’s Corn Starch Best Short Bread Cookie Contest Best Short bread cookie category as selected by the fair judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. 1st $20.00 Plus Gift Prize 3A. Fleischmann’s Corn Starch Best Short Bread National Contest Fleischmann’s Corn Starch first place winner from each fair with submission of information form by local fair will be entered in national contest. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. First place winner of section 3. 1st at National Level will receive $100.00


4. Fleischmann’s Baking Powder and Crown Corn Syrup Best Cake Loaf Contest Best homemade cake loaf in category as selected by the fair judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity 1st $20.00 plus Gift Prize 4A. Fleischmann’s Baking Powder and Crown Corn Syrup Best Cake Loaf National Contest Fleischmann’s Baking Powder/Crown Corn Syrup first place winner from each fair with submission of information by local fair will be entered in National contest. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. First place winner of section 4. 1st at National level will receive $100.00 5. Robin Hood Flour Family Favourite Recipe 4 Muffins Homemade will be judged on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. Must come with Robin Hood proof of purchase. 1st $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd $10.00 Product Certificate 5A. Robin Hood Flour Family Favourite Recipe National Contest First place winners of Robin Hood Best Family Favorite recipe baking contest with submission of declaration form by local convenor. First place winner of section 5 1st at National level will receive $100.00 6. Manitoba Canola Growers Manitoba Canola Growers Association Creative Canola Oil Baking Special for the best baked item using canola oil or canola oil margarine. The recipe and proof of purchase label must be submitted with the entry. The Manitoba Canola Growers Association may use the recipes for any future purposes. Best Homemade Raisin Cookies will be judged on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. 1st $10.00 Prize 2nd $6.00 Prize 3rd $4.00 Prize 7. Crisco Family Favorite Recipe Baking Contest Best homemade pie (any kind) in category as selected by the fair judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. 1st $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd $10.00 Product Certificate


7A. Crisco Family Favorite Recipe National Contest First Place winners of Crisco Family Favorite Recipe baking contest with submission of declaration form by local convenor. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. First place winner of section 7 1st at National level will receive $100.00 CLASS 8 – FRUITS AND PRESERVES Rules: 1. All canned good may be opened when being judged. 2. Preserves, pickles, etc must be prepared by exhibitor 3. Standard canning jars to be used (mason type) in any size. 4. No wax seals 5. Age 16 & up PRIZES: 1ST $3.00 2ND $2.00 3RD $1.00 Fruits and Preserves Section: 1. Canned crab-apples 5. Fruit syrup 2. Jar of apple juice (pasteurized) 6. Maple syrup 3. Canned cherries 7. Jar of canned fruit batter 4. Canned peaches 8. Canned pie filling Jams and Jellies 9. Saskatoon jam 16. Grape jelly 10. Raspberry jam (not freezer) 17. Cranberry jelly 11. Strawberry jam (not freezer) 18. Plum jelly 12. Miscellaneous jam (not listed) 19. Chokecherry jelly 13. Miscellaneous jelly (not listed) 20. Crab apple jelly 14. Chutney 21. Currant jelly 15. Blueberry jam Pickles and Relishes 22. Canned tomato pickles 29. Misc. Pickles (not listed) 23. Jar of mixed pickles 30. Jar of miscellaneous relish 24. Jar of dill pickles 31. Pickled eggs – 1 quart 25. Jar of beet pickles 32. Jar of horseradish 26. Jar of mixed mustard pickles 33. Jar of vegetable salsa 27. Jar of bread and butter pickles 34. Jar of fruit salsa (with recipe) 28. Dilled beans 35. Jar of spaghetti sauce (meatless) 36. Jar of tomato sauce


37. Certo Best Jam or Jelly contest Entrants in this contest must make a Jar of Jam using Certo. A canning jar must be used. All entries will be judged on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. Submit recipe and proof of purchase with entry. 1st $20.00 Prize Value 2nd $10.00 Prize Value 38. Bernardin Canning Competitions Rules: 1. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe (38 AA-EE) 2. Section 1-36 in Class # 8 (above) are eligible to compete in the Bernardin Canning Competition. Names and addresses will be forwarded to Bernardin Ltd. 3. Entries must include proof of purchase of sponsors product purchase. AA. Bernardin Jelly Award Product must be prepared using Bernardin Fruit Pectin (proof of purchase required) and sealed with a Bernardin 2 piece lid. 1st $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon BB. Bernardin Best of Show Award Judging will be based on highest accumulated points or judges choice of Best Home Canning Entry from among qualifiers. Must be submitted in a Bernardin Mason jar and Snap lid. 1st $30.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon CC. Bernardin Gift Pack Competition Best Gift Pack submitted in a Bernardin Mason jar & Snap Lid as selected by the fair judges based on creativity, quality of home canned product, perceived value and appropriateness of presentation. 1st $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon DD. Bernarding SNAP Lid/Mason Jar Creative Craft Award Best decorative or functional homemade craft made using a Bernardin mason jar(s) and or 2 piece Snap Lid(s). 1st $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon EE. Bernardin National Gift Pack Competition First place winner of Bernardin Gift Pack competition from each fair with entry submission by local fair convenor. One Grand Prize - $100.00 2nd & 3rd Runners Up - $25.00 EACH


CLASS 6 – GARDEN VEGETABLES, FRUITS, HONEY & OTHER PRODUCTS Rules: 1. No glass or wicker containers or plates (use only foam or paper plates also plastic bags to cover the tops) 2. The fruits and vegetables must be the property of the exhibitor and produced on exhibitors farm or holding this year. 3. Exhibits must be the correct number, weight, and measure called for in the description, or they will be disqualified. 4. The judge’s decision shall be final. 5. Age 16 & up PRIZE: 1ST $3.00 2ND $2.00 3RD $1.00 Section: 1. Strawberries – 6 2. Raspberries – 6 3. Rhubarb – 3 stocks (no leaves) 4. Fruit not listed 5. Green peas in pod – 4 6. Beets – 4 (no leaves) 7. Carrots – 4 (no leaves) 8. Radishes – 6 (no leaves) 9. Leaf lettuce – one bunch (roots in water)

10. Vegetables not listed 11. Multiplier onions – 1 bunch 12. New potatoes - 4 13. Miscellaneous product made from Bee’s Wax 14. Liquid golden honey – 1 pint 15. Liquid honey – 1 pint 16. Liquid clear white honey – 1 pint 17. Dozen hen eggs – any color 18. Homemade Hard Soap – 4 bars

CLASS 10 – WINE MAKING Rules: Wine will be judged on four basic characteristics 1. Clarity – should be brilliantly clear when held to light, not cloudy 2. Color – appropriate to type of wine. 3. Bouquet and aroma – fresh, pleasant aroma, not yeasty or musty. 4. Flavor – pleasant, can be dry or sweet but not vinegary. 5. Age 18 & up PRIZE: 1st $5.00 2nd $4.00 3rd $3.00 Section 1. Fruit wines made from fresh fruit such as Crab apple, choke cherry, etc. 2. Red wine made from wine kit concentrate. 3. White wine made from kit.


CLASS 11 – JUNIOR HOBBIES Rules: 1. Age 15 & Under (except section 6 & 14 – age split) 2. Juniors please state age on entry tags. 3. All work must have been done since last fair. 4. Articles done in school will be accepted. PRIZE: 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00 Section: 1. Woodwork article 2. Metal work 3. Leather craft article 4. Nature article 5. Christmas tree ornament (no beading) 6. Picture – paint, crayon, charcoal, Or paint by numbers 7. Ceramic article 8. Clay/pottery article 9. Beaded article (necklace, key chain etc) 10. Friendship bracelet using embroidery thread 11. Handmade wooden toy – no kit 12. Flower garden stakes – painted decorated. 13. Vegetable garden stakes – painted 14. Pencil sketching A. 8 & Under B. 9 & Up 15. Recycled article 16. Painted rock (5lbs & under)

3rd $1.00

17. Scrapbooking page (1 page) 18. Cross stitch article (any kind) 19. Hand sewn article 20. Felt article 21. Ethnic craft 22. Rubber stamped greeting card 23. Any candle making 24. Machine sewn article 25. Stain glass picture art (instructions on last page) 26. Design & Technology – article made with sugar cubes 27. Design & Technology – article made with popsicle sticks 28. Artificial or dried flower arrangement 29. Model (any kind) 30. Miscellaneous article (not listed) 31. Vegetable carving

Special High Point Winner of Class #11 $20.00 Prize Sponsored by SHUMILAK FARM


CLASS 12 – 4H SPECIALS Rules: 1. Must be in a 4-H Club. 2. All entries must be in the last 4-H year. 3. 4-H members only can enter. PRIZE: 1ST $10.00

2ND $6.00

3RD $4.00

Section: 1. Submit a 2012-2013 completed project book from any club must include green sheet. Prizes will be awarded for the Senior, Intermediate and Junior categories. 2. Submit a 2012-2013 completed project from any club. Categories: crafts, sewing, foods, woods, photography, metals or livestock gear. Prizes will be awarded for the Senior, Intermediate and Junior categories. 3. Submit a 2012-2013 Treasurer or Secretary Record book. Sponsored by Selkirk 4-H Clubs CLASS 13 – JUNIOR PLANTS & FLOWERS, VEGETABLES, FRUIT & CANNING Rules: 1. Age 15 & under 2. State your age on entry tag. 3. No glass or wicker containers or plates (use only foam or paper plates also plastic bags to cover the tops). 4. The fruits and vegetables must be the property of the exhibitor and produced on the exhibitor’s farm or holding this year. 5. Exhibits must be the correct number, weight and measure called for in the description, or they will be disqualified. 6. Plants must be free from insects and disease. 7. Plants must be the property of exhibitor. 8. One exhibit per exhibitor 9. Arrangements may use plant material from sources other than the property of the exhibitor, but they must not be purchased. 10. Diameter of pot should not be more than 8” (unless it is a dish garden). 11. The judges’ decision is final. PRIZE: 1ST $3.00 2ND $2.00 3RD $1.00


Section: Plants & Flowers 1. Any potted plant 2. Geranium

3. Bouquet of wild flowers 4. Lily (1 stem)

Vegetables & Fruit 5. Peas – 4 6. Carrots – 4 (no leaves)

7. Strawberries - 4 8. Saskatoon’s – 6

Canning 9. Blueberry jam 10. Strawberry jam

11. Salsa

Special High Point Winner of Class # 13 $20.00 Prize Sponsored by H&R LIMOUSINE FARM CLASS 14 – JUNIOR BAKING Rules: 1. Age 15 & under 2. Please put your age on entry tag 3. All entries must be in new clear plastic bags or containers. 4. A mix is not to be used unless specified. 5. Cakes are to be removed from pans. 6. Please use a plate to help stabilize your exhibit. PRIZE: 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.00 Section: 1. Lemon cake (1/2 cake, not iced) 2. Blueberry muffins – 2 3. Chocolate cupcakes (2 iced) 4. Tea biscuits – 2 5. Decorated cookie – 1 (5 “ round) 6. Nutritious cookies – 4 (include recipe) 7. Pumpkin loaf – (1/2 loaf)

8. Banana loaf (1/2 loaf) 9. Raisin slice – 2 pieces 10. Brownie – 2 pieces, iced 11. Chocolate fudge – 4 pieces 12. Chocolate sucker – 2 pieces 13. Decorated cake – real or artificial 14. Homemade snack


Country Fair Baking Contest 15. Fleischmann’s Yeast Best Bread Youth Contest Best homemade BROWN bread in category as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity 1st Prize $15.00 15A. Fleischmann’s Yeast Best Bread National Youth Contest Fleischmann’s Yeast first place winner from each fair with submission of information form by local fair will be entered in National contest. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe. First place winner of section 15 1st at National level will receive 1 of 2 Portable Music Players 16. Robin Hood Best Lunchbox Snack Contest Best homemade cookies (4 cookies), youth division, 12 years and younger. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. 1st Prize $15.00 16A. Robin Hood Flour Best Lunchbox Snack National Contest First place winners of Robin Hood Best Lunchbox Snack contest with submission of declaration form by local fair convenor. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. First place winner of section 16. 1st at National level will receive $100.00 Special High Point Winner of Class 14 $20.00 Prize Sponsored by H & R LIMOUSINE FARM


CLASS 15 – PHOTOGRAPHY Rules: 1. Each item in each class consists of one photograph of 4” x 6” size only. 2. All photographs are to be mounted on a poster or matting board. 3. The entrant must have taken photographs in the last 12 month period. 4. All entries to be titled. 5. Judging will be based on the following: content relative to theme, composition of subject, focus, presentation (mounting, titling, etc) and creativity. 6. Please state Adult or Junior on entry tag Adults 16 & up st PRIZE: 1 $3.00 2nd $2.00 3RD $1.00 Section: 1. One snapshot – scenery, color 2. One snapshot – animals, color 3. One snapshot – any family, color 4. One snapshot – farm subject, color 5. One snapshot – close up flowers in bloom, color 6. One snapshot – close up of nature, color (ex. Insect) 7. One snapshot – old building, color 8. One snapshot – any subject, must reflect a “Story to Tell” 9. One panorama picture 10. One black and white – any subject

PRIZE:

Juniors 15 & Under 1 $3.00 2nd $2.00 st

3rd $1.00

Section: 11. One snapshot – scenery, color 12. One snapshot – animals, color 13. One snapshot – any family, color 14. One snapshot – farm subject, color 15. One snapshot – close up of nature, color (ex. Insect) Special High Point Winner of Class 15 (Junior 15 & Under Only) $20.00 Prize Sponsored by Shumilak Farm


CRAFT INSTRUCTIONS Instruction for Stain Glass picture art: Choose picture and copy onto overhead transparency. For best results be sure that the picture outline is VERY BLACK. Color between outlined areas with permanent marker. Crumple foil paper and spread out behind transparency. Use two-sided tape to adhere transparency to foil. Picture can be framed with black construction paper or any color using two sided tape. WEBSITES FOR ALL SPONSORS Fleischmann’s Yeast, Fleischmanns Corn Starch, Fleischmann’s Baking Powder and Crown Corn Syrup www.achfood.ca Smucker Foods of Canada: Robin Hood Flour and Crisco www.robinhood.ca www.criscocanada.com Certo www.dessertcentre.ca Bernardin Home Canning www.homecanning.ca Royal Agricultural Winter Fair www.royalfair.org


SPONSORS

ENTRY FORM


NAME:_____________________________________________________________ ADDRESS:__________________________________________________________ PHONE:_______________________ AGE (16 & UNDER)____________________ CLASS # SECTION # DESCRIPTION OF ITEM FEE $

TOTAL ENTRY FEES Membership Fees: Adults & Seniors - $3.00 15 Years & Under - $1.00 Entries may be brought the day before (check Rules & Regulations); or you may mail them to: Ellen Fisher 139 Goldstone Road St. Andrews, MB R1A 3B4


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