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MANHEIM COMMUNITY

FARM SHOW OCTOBER 8-12, 2018

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GREETINGS

The Manheim Community Farm Show exists to promote agriculture, crafts and competition in a friendly environment that encourages family values and cooperation. We have chosen to keep the policy of free admission and free registration for all exhibits. We do not have games of chance as many fairs do, to provide operating revenues. As you visit the Farm Show, we encourage you to support the food stands, which are operated by nonprofit organizations in our community. A percentage of the food stand profits provide our source of operating revenue. Bring your family and join us for this great event that brings our community together. Consider what we believe to be the positive strengths of the Manheim Community Farm Show. • Farm Show creates the opportunity for neighbors to meet neighbors and old friends, which is something desperately needed in our society. • Food stands typically earn over $120,000 profit yearly that stays right here to help our community. • It gives the youth opportunity to earn money from their animal projects. Over $267,000 was raised last year to help with college, education or provide youth with a financial start. • Volunteers have to work together over 5,000 hours during the week, building relationships, meeting new people and developing a sense of community. • Thousands of people enjoy seeing agriculture and domestic displays in a wholesome atmosphere. The children’s barnyard is a great hit year after year. We are grateful for your past support and invite you to join us for the 65th Manheim Community Farm Show. Glen Stoltzfus-President of The Manheim Community Farm Show

NOTICE

• Each exhibitor must first register and receive his or her number which will be used on all of his or her entries throughout the Farm Show. • Prize winners must collect their money any time after 6 p.m., Friday evening, October 12th and Saturday, October 13th from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Farm Show Office off Adele Avenue. • Premium checks not cashed within 60 days will be void and considered a charitable contribution to the Manheim Community Farm Show. • Exhibits may not be picked up without duplicated exhibit number stub. FIRST AID STATION AT SWIMMING POOL PLEASE NOTE CAREFULLY THE CHANGES IN EACH DEPARTMENT

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MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW PROGRAM Saturday, October 6

7:00 p.m. - Gospel Concert - The Browns will be held at Manheim Brethren in Christ Church

Sunday, October 7

2:00-5:00 p.m. ONLY - Enter Exhibits in Farm Show Building. No commercial exhibits 2:00-5:00 p.m. All rabbits and cavies must be entered. 2:00 p.m. - FFA Chapter tractor driving contest 2:00-5:00 p.m. - All models, artwork and woodwork must be entered Livestock Entries see page 28 for times

Monday, October 8

New Queen Rules See page 102

7:00-10:00 a.m. - Deadline to enter Exhibits in Farm Show Building (except baked goods) Models, Artwork & Woodworking Sunday Only 12:00 noon. - All judging Monday afternoon except Livestock & Baked Goods 2:30 p.m. - Swine Judging 4:00 p.m. - Rabbit Show 6:15 p.m. - Baby Parade 6:30 p.m. - Antique Tractor Demonstration at the Ball Field 6:45 p.m. - Opening Ceremonies 7:00 p.m. Crowning of Farm Show Royalty 7:00-9:00 p.m. - Baked Good Entries Received 8:00 p.m. - Firemen’s Challenge (local volunteer fire fighters in friendly competition)

Tuesday, October 9

9:30 a.m. - FFA Greenhand Livestock Judging and County Tractor Driving 8:00-10:00 a.m. - Deadline for Baked Goods 12:00 p.m. - Baked Goods Judging 2:00 p.m. - Dairy Beef Judging 5:00 p.m. - Beef Judging 6:15 p.m. - Rain Date for Baby Parade 6:15 p.m. - Bake Sale 6:15 p.m. - Registration for Pedal Tractor Pull (Deadline is 6:45 p.m. for children's classes) 6:45 p.m. - Children's, Youth, Ladies' and Men's Pedal Tractor Pull

Wednesday, October 10

9:00 a.m. - Goat Show 1:00 p.m. - Sheep Show 4:30 p.m. - Alpaca Obstacle Demo by 4-H Alpaca Club, to be held on ballfield 7:00 p.m. - Parade

Blacksmith Demonstration by Stan’s Blacksmith Shop, Mon. thru Friday

Thursday, October 11

10:00 a.m. - Dairy Show Noon - 8 p.m. - Business Expo At Senior High Gym 1:00 p.m. - Pygmy Goat Judging 5:00 p.m. - Champion Showmanship Contest - Animal Arena 6:00 p.m. - Registration for Family Fun Night 6:00 p.m. - Live Auction to include Woodcarvings 6:30 p.m. - Family Fun Night - Sponsored by Ruhl Insurance

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Livestock Sale Welcome Premium Money Pick Up at Office Dairy Beef Sale Goat Sale Lamb Sale Beef Sale Jr. Champion Milk Sale Hog Sale Remove Exhibits

Manheim Community Food Bank

CANNED GOOD COLLECTION During Manheim Farm Show Parade October 10, 2018 Bring non-perishable items to the parade route and watch for the Manheim Food Bank float and food collectors at end of the parade. You can also drop off your items at the Manheim FFA Children’s Farm Show Exhibit. Organized by the ManheimAg Community

Saturday, October 13

8:00 - 11:00 a.m. — Premium Money — Pick Up at Office All livestock must be moved by 8:00 a.m. Saturday, October 13. All exhibits in the Farm Show Building must be removed by 6:00 p.m. Monday, October 15.

Farm Show office phone #665-7480 www.manheimfarmshow.org Use GPS Coordinate for Manheim Central High School, 400 Adele Ave., Manheim, PA 17545 Mailing Address: 502 Adele Ave., Manheim, PA 17545


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OFFICERS First Vice President ����������������������������������� Deb Seibert 717-738-0480 or 717-664-8552 217 Meadow Valley Rd. Ephrata, PA 17522 Second Vice President��������������������������������� Barry Geib 717-664-3007 2843 N. Chiques Rd. Manheim, PA 17545

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Manheim Farm Show Parking

EVENING PARKING: Adele Avenue and the Farm Show Complex are closed to public parking after 4 p.m. Manheim Central Middle school lot on White Oak road is available for parking. After 5 p.m., we recommend all visitors park at the Manheim BIC Church on North Penryn Road, 1 mile east of the Farm Show complex and ride the free shuttle. This is the most convenient way to visit the Farm Show.

DAYTIME PARKING: Parking before 4 p.m. is available at the Farm Show Complex. HANDICAP PARKING: Parking is available on Adele Avenue.

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LUNCH PARKING: Park at the school lot on White Oak and walk across the covered bridge to the food court. Noon parking is limited on Adele Avenue.


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2018 SPECIAL EVENTS New Contest - Hometown Favorite...People's Choice Award See page 99 for details New Theme Basket - People's Choice Award. See page 101 for details MONDAY - Manheim Central No School Blacksmith Demonstration by Stan’s Blacksmith Shop - 717-653-4148 Larry Hess - The Jump Rope Man and Bigger & Better Marble Chasers 8:00 p.m. - Fireman’s Challenge TUESDAY - Manheim Central No School 2-Time World Champion, Dennis Beach, Wood Carver - 570-204-5824 Blacksmith Demonstration by Stan’s Blacksmith Shop Larry Hess - The Jump Rope Man and Bigger & Better Marble Chasers 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Spinning Demonstration WEDNESDAY - Dennis Beach, Wood Carver - 570-204-5824 Blacksmith Demonstration by Stan’s Blacksmith Shop Larry Hess - The Jump Rope Man and Bigger & Better Marble Chasers 4:30 p.m. - Alpaca Obstacle Course Demonstration by 4-H Alpaca Club held on the ballfield. • Participants are from the Alpacas with an Agenda 4-H Club • 5 Classes with 5-6 club members per class • Classes determined by ages of members, youngest to oldest. Placings 1st: $18 2nd: $16 3rd: $14 4th: $12 5th: $10 6th: $10 Co-Chairman Kevin & Sue Zurin 653-2757, Darvin & Angie Stoner 665-9443 THURSDAY - Dennis Beach, Wood Carver - 570-204-5824 Blacksmith Demonstration by Stan’s Blacksmith Shop Larry Hess - The Jump Rope Man and Bigger & Better Marble Chasers 4:00 p.m. - Country Club Miniature Horse Demo 5:00 p.m. - Champion Showmanship Contest - Animal Arena 6:00 p.m. - Live Auction FRIDAY - Blacksmith Demonstration by Stan’s Blacksmith Shop Larry Hess - The Jump Rope Man and Bigger & Better Marble Chasers

DIRECTORS Pam Evans Gary Fahnestock Randy Gibble Ray Peters Craig Studenroth Michelle Wetazel

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GENERAL FARM SHOW COMMITTEE BOOKLET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karen Dull (717-665-4167) DEPARTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deb Seibert (717-665-7283) FOOD STANDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andy Nelson (717-664-2860) COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marlin Shellenberger (717-664-3093) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Gibble (717-203-2247) Daytime FARM SHOW PARADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tracy Zimmerman (717-664-2773) BABY PARADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Kowalski (717-669-0051) FARM SHOW FRENCH FRY STAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cole Zimmerman (717-572-6308) LIVESTOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Earl Geib (717-664-3710) Book information: www.manheimfarmshow.org

JUNIOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW Applications are now being accepted for positions on the Junior Board of Directors. • There will be six members of the board and two adult advisors. New for • The Junior Board is open to those who will be ages 15-21 on July 1, 2018 2018! and either live in the Manheim Central School District, attend MCSD or have graduated from MCSD. • Members will have a voice in improving the show and will play a great role in keeping the show running smoothly. More information and an application is available at

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AG PROMOTIONS - COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS

Demonstrations each evening (5-9 p.m. approximately) under the tent along Farm Show Lane

Monday - Pork Tuesday - Lamb

Wednesday - Goat & Dairy Thursday - Beef

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In Ag Promotions tent along Farm Show Lane...

Monday 12-4 p.m. - Cardmaking with Beckie Peters - Make and take a project to take home. Tuesday 12-4 p.m. - German Scissor Cutting with Judy Mahala - Age 6 through adult. Make and take a project to take home. Wednesday 12-4 p.m. - Rooster Carving by Breanne. Demos every hour on the hour. Make & Take Woodburning Sign. Ages 10 and up.

Thursday 12-4 p.m. - "More Than A Gourd" Make & Take a Gourd Keychain. Ages 5 & up. 5-9 p.m. - Pottery with Vaughn - try your hand a "wheel throwing" hands on demos. Ages 13 & up. Make & Take classes may be limited in size on a first come, first served basis. All classes are free to enjoy.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS Greetings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Farm Show Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Officers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Parking Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2018 Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 General Farm Show Committee . . . . . . . . 9 Chairmen of Departments . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Special Contests for 65th Anniversary����� 13 Manheim Agriculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Manheim Farm Show Grounds Map . . . 14 Good Housekeeping Awards . . . . . . . . . 17 2017 Sale Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Youth Livestock Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 2017 Food Stands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 2017 Livestock Buyers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Bake Sale Buyers 2017 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Commercial Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Children’s Farm Show Program . . . . . . . 24 General Rules and Regulations . . . . . . . 25 Livestock Management Guidelines . . . . 26 Livestock Exhibition Information . . . . . . . . 28 Showman of Showman Competition . . . . . 29 Golf Tournament/Benefit Auction . . . . . . . 55 DEPARTMENT 2 Dairy Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Dairy Cattle Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 DEPARTMENT 6 Breeding Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Market Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Goat Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Pygmy Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Pygmy Goat Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 DEPARTMENT 9 Rabbits, Guinea Pigs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Rabbits, Guinea Entry Form . . . . . . . . 41 DEPARTMENT 10 Section A-2, 4-H & Vocational . . . . . . . . 45 Section A-3, Beef Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Beef Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Dairy Beef Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Section A-4, Sheep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Sheep Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Section A-5, Swine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Swine Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Section A-6, Breeding Goats . . . . . . . 52 Section A-22, Tractor Driving Contest . . 52 Section A-6, FFA Greenhand Livestock Judging . . . 52

COLORING CONTEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 DEPARTMENT 12 Grains & Seed Crops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 DEPARTMENT 13 Vegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 DEPARTMENT 14 Fruit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Edible Nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 DEPARTMENT 15 — HOME & DAIRY PRODUCTS Baked Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Canned or Dried Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 DEPARTMENT 17 — FLORAL EXHIBITS House Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Specimen Flowers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Artistic Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Children’s Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Youth Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 DEPARTMENT 18 — N  EEDLECRAFT & HANDWORK Clothing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Needlework . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Children’s and Youth Divisions . . . . . . . . 86 DEPARTMENT 19 — ART PHOTOGRAPHY, CRAFTS Kindergarten-Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Woodwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Model Exhibit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Theme Basket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 DEPARTMENT 22 — MAJOR CONTESTS Farm Show Parade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Farm Show Parade Prizes . . . . . . . . . . 95 Parade Entry Form��������������������������������� 96 Baby Parade and Entry Form . . . . . . . 97 Baby Parade Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Miscellaneous Contests . . . . . . . . . . 100 Farm Show Queen Rules . . . . . . . . . . 102 Farm Show Queen Entry Form . . . . . . . 103 Farm Show Junior Queen Rules and Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Farm Show Princess Rules and Entry Form ��������������������������������� 107 DEPARTMENT 23 — APIARY PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 DEPARTMENT 24 — ANTIQUE FARM EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . 99


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CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS ALL EXHIBITS WILL BE IN BUILDINGS OFF ADELE AVENUE Phone 717-665-4647 Phone 717-664-2685 Phone 717-669-0051 Phone 717-653-0262 Phone 717-664-0014 Phone 717-653-0143 Phone 717-572-7839 Phone 717-821-2305 Phone 717-665-7283 Phone 717-665-7295 Phone 717-665-5478 Phone 717-203-9145 Phone 717-664-2082

FRUITS & NUTS Carol Fay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-838-5655 GOATS Randy & Kandi Gibble . . . . . . Phone 717-664-5285 Pygmy Goats Michele Neckerman . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-606-8287 MODELS Randy & Rose Boll . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-665-2583 RABBITS & CAVIES Bob & Mary Snyder . . . . . . . . Phone 717-367-7635 CHILDREN’S FARM SHOW Dr. Seth Kensinger . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-664-8552 SWINE (Co-chairpersons) Barry Haldeman . . . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-665-5513 Barry Geib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-664-3007 SHEEP Shane & Megan Raffensperger . . Phone 717-875-5573 FFA TRACTOR DRIVING Jonathan Werning . . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-664-8552 VEGETABLES Rose Salada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-665-3233 WOODWORK Shawn Haldeman . . . . . . . . . . Phone 717-665-7195

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Chuck Wagon Gang Sat, October 6  7 PM Presented by

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Celebrating 80 Years of Gospel Music Eighty years of hope, harmony, faith, and family. Eighty years of what American roots music-titan Marty Stuart calls, “Unbreakable, steady, unmovable, truth.” Eighty years that have brought accolades and honors for a group that began singing on local radio in 1935, and that went on to play Carnegie Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Grand Ole Opry. Eighty unparalleled years with the same patented, instantly identifiable sound for the Chuck Wagon Gang, and momentum continues to build. Some say that’s really no surprise. “This group was designed for the ages,” Stuart asserts. “For the eternal ages.” Stuart penned each song on the Chuck Wagon Gang’s latest album, Meeting in Heaven, and he is among the choir of celebrated figures who praise the history, legacy, and contemporary relevance of the Gang in America’s Gospel Singers, The Legacy Lives On, the documentary film that aired on PBS, beginning in the fall of 2015.

For tickets, send payment with self-addressed stamped envelope: CMC Concert, PO Box 317, East Petersburg, PA 17520

A freewill offering will be lifted to benefit Manheim FFA’s Farm Show. Questions: Luke Hess 717-587-3347  Eileen Benner 717-575-8494

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SPECIAL CONTESTS

To Commemorate Manheim Farm Show's 65th Anniversary

Livestock Departments Celebrating 65 years of Manheim Farm Show youth livestock exhibition we will be taking a pictorial look back. Families who have shown livestock over the years are asked to share their "then" and "now" photos of the generational family tradition of showing livestock at the Manheim Farm Show. Example: Grandpa Becker showing pigs in 1970, daughter showing in 1990 and granddaughter showing in 2017. Banners will be made with these photos and hung in the livestock barns Manheim Farm Show week. Please send or e-mail your photos to Deb Seibert: seibertd83@gmail.com or 217 Meadow Valley Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522. Department 15 - Home & Dairy Products Sixty-five years ago, 1953, a popular baked item was FUNNY CAKE! This cake also could be called Funny Cake Pie, as the base is a pie crust. On top of the pie crust is a sauce... Chocolate, butterscotch or orange can be used. Then it's the cake layer! Sounds interesting, doesn't it? Check online for recipes. Remember it has to be homemade...Every part. Have fun if you choose to go back in time, with baking a Funny Cake. All rules and entry times for Department 15 apply to this contest as well. ENTER IN THE BAKED GOOD DEPARTMENT. There will be 2 classes: Adult, Youth (Up to and including 18 years) 1st place - $10.00 2nd place - $7.50 3rd place - $5.00 4th place - $2.50 Department 17 - Floral Exhibits Create a flower arrangement or display incorporating an antique piece. Be creative and have fun! All rules and entry times for Department 17 apply to this contest as well. ENTER IN THE FLORAL EXHIBIT DEPARTMENT. There will be 3 classes: Adult, Youth (7th-12th grade), Children's (K-6th grade) 1st place - $5.00 2nd place - $4.00 3rd place - $3.00 4th place - $2.00

Department 18 - Needlecraft and Handiwork Design a T-shirt contest. Design must be about the Manheim Farm Show or the 65th anniversary. All designs must be original and not taken from the internet or any other source. All rules and entry times for Department 18 apply to this contest as well. ENTER IN THE NEEDLECRAFT AND HANDIWORK DEPARTMENT. 1. Dye - including tie dye 2. Sew - applique and embroidery 3. Print - screen printed, stamped, computer designed & ironed on 4. Paint - fabric paint/markers 5. Combo - combine 2 or more techniques listed above There will be 3 age categories - High school (Grade 9-12), Middle school (Grade 5-8), Elementary (Kindergarten-Grade 5) 1st place - $10.00 2nd place - $7.50 3rd place - $5.00 4th place - $5.00 Specialty items to be sold at the benefit auction on Thursday evening, October 11, 2018. 1. Matt Nagy autographed 8"x10" photo 2. Matt Nagy autographed Chicago Bears Jersey 3. Matt Nagy autographed football 4. Matt Nagy autographed football with letter from PSA 5. Matt Nagy autographed mini helmet with letter from PSA 6. Matt Nagy autographed Chicago Bears football with letter from PSA 7. PHiladelphia Eagles 39 mm gold plated Super Bowl coin 8. Carson Wentz and Nick Foles autographed football with letter of authenticity 9. Nick Foles autographed Eagles jersey with COA 10. Carson Wentz autographed Eagles jersey with COA 11. Alshon Jefferey autographed Eagles jersey with COA.

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Key to Map: 1 - Information Booth, Models, Floral & Vegetable Exhibits, Baked Goods, Fruits & Nuts, Commercial 1b - Rabbits 1c - Crops 2 - Manheim FFA Children's Farm Show, Pygmy Goats, Dairy 3 - Swine, Sheep, Goats 3a - Champion Arena 4 - Livestock Pole Barn - Beef, Dairy Beef 5 - Exhibition Center - Art, Fancywork, Woodwork, Stage 6 - Public Restrooms 7 - Ag Promotion Area and Blacksmith 8 - Dennis Beach: World Champion Chainsaw Carver

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MANHEIM FARM SHOW YOUTH LIVESTOCK SALE Friday, October 12

BUYER APPRECIATION DINNER 4-5:45 P.M. Sale Welcome — 5:45 P.M. Dairy Beef — 6:00 P.M. Goat — 6:30 P.M. Lambs — 6:45 P.M. Beef — 7:00 P.M. Jr. Champion Milk Sale — 7:30 P.M. Swine — 7:40 P.M.

Any animal purchased at the Youth Livestock Sale can be donated to the Central Pa Food Bank. All transportation and processing costs will be covered by the Manheim Farm Show and the Central PA Food Bank. Animals can be designated for the Manheim Food Pantry. Contact Deb Seibert with any questions. seibertd@manheimcentral.org.

Youth sale animals have been raised and cared for by the FFA and 4-H members as learning experience projects. The animals represent an effort undertaken by the members to learn about the livestock industry and farm management skills. The support of buyers makes it possible for the members to continue their projects in the future and become more proficient in raising livestock. Any company wishing to buy an animal but not keep the animal may sell it back to a designated buyer at market price. See auctioneers for more information. The youth would like to thank the buyers for supporting the sale. The youth would also like to thank the auctioneers for donating their time to the sale of the animals.

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AWARDS SPONSORS FOR 2018 Dairy - Cloverland Dairy Sheep - RP Electric - Hershey, PA Steers - Doug Musser, Mount Joy, PA Dairy Beef - Show Sponsors Goats - Haldeman Mechanical - Manheim, PA Swine - Geib's Transport & Custom Farming - Manheim, PA

2017 SALE REPORT GRAND CHAMPION DAIRY BEEF Shown By: Carter Nissley Sold To: J.L. Hollinger & Sons, Inc. Purchase Price: $2.50 Per Lb. RESERVE CHAMPION DAIRY BEEF Shown By: Sarah Forry Sold To: Morrissey Insurance Purchase Price: $3.25 Per Lb. GRAND CHAMPION GOAT Shown By: Jacob Armold Sold To: Mark Martin Motors Purchase Price: $18.00 Per Lb. RESERVE CHAMPION GOAT Shown By: Kyle Nissley Sold To: Risser's Poultry Purchase Price: $18.50 Per Lb.

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Shown By: Jeremiah Snyder Sold To: MidAtlantic Farm Credit Purchase Price: $19.75 Per Lb. RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Shown By: Natalie Musser Sold To: Manheim Auto Auction Purchase Price: $20.00 Per Lb. GRAND CHAMPION STEER Shown By: Maddie Musser Sold To: Manheim Auto Auction Purchase Price: $5.00 Per Lb. RESERVE CHAMPION STEER Shown By: Alex Wolfe Sold To: Hoss's Steak & SEa House Purchase Price: $3.05 Per Lb.

CHAMPION YOUTH DAIRY COW 1 GALLON MILK Shown By: Dalton Pickel Sold To: Mark Hersehy Farms Purchase Price: $1,800.00 RESERVE YOUTH DAIRY COW 1 GALLON MILK Shown By: Alexa Hoffman Sold To: Witman Auctioneers Purchase Price: $1,000.00 GRAND CHAMPION MARKET SWINE Shown By: Tyler Zimmerman Sold To: Lancaster Seed Sales Purchase Price: $7.25 Per Lb. RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET SWINE Shown By: Alison Warihay Sold To: Darrel Lehman Dump Trucking Purchase Price: $6.00 Per Lb.

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2017 FOOD STANDS

Abby's Foundation Baron Stiegel Lions Club Chiques Youth Group Democratic Committee East Fairview Church East Petersburg Lions Club-Building #1 Hernley Mennonite Church Lancaster County Livestock Clubs Manheim Brethren in Christ Church Manheim Central Republican Committee Manheim Christian Day School Manheim Farm Show Manheim FFA Manheim Grace Brethren Church Manheim Lions Club Manheim Rotary Club Manheim Sertoma Club Manheim Sportsman Club Manheim Ice Hockey Club Ruhl’s United Methodist Youth Group Salem United Methodist Youth Group St. Paul's United Church of Christ St. Richard’s Catholic Church Women’s Club of Manheim

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2017 MANHEIM FARM SHOW LIVESTOCK BUYERS John M. Hess Auction Service Hess Auctioneers Mike & Kari Hess Hidden Valley Farm J.L. Hollinger & Sons Inc. Hondru Auto Group Hoober Feeds Hosler's Homescapes Hoss's Steak & Sea House K&K Feeds K&K Youndt Excavating C.S. Keener Trucking Keystone Custom Harvesting Kirby Agri Jevin & Courtney Kready B.R. Kreider & Son Kreider Farms Lancaster Seed Sales Earl Landis Darrel Lehman Dump Trucking Locust Grove Cattle LLC Ken Long Family M&R Grains, Inc. Manheim Auto Auction Manheim Mulch & Soil Mark Martin Motors Martin Refrigeration Inc. Joe Martin Vernon Martin Matco Tools McCabe Construction McCracken's Feed Melmar Acres MidAtlantic Farm Credit Morrissey Insurance Myron & Sandra Musser Marlin & Marcella Myer

Ralph Myer and Sons Todd E. Nauman Plastering Andy & Vicki Nelson Mahlon Newswanger Marvin L Nissley Contractor Nolt Transport Oakmont Enterprises Penns Peaceful Meadow Farm LLC Peter's BBQ Pleasant View Retirement Community R Lift Risser's Poultry Rohrer's Quarry Rohrer's Service Center Ruhl Insurance Inc. Sauder Fuel Scenic Ridge Co. Barry Shenk Snavely Mills Snyder Crop Service The Country Store The Furniture Doctor Warihay Enterprises Weaver Insurance Agency Wenger Feed Mill White Oak Mills Witman Auctioneers Witmer Automotive Wolgemuth Auction Dale Wolgemuth Family Worley & Obetz Zurin Masonry

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Ag Ventures J.G. Baker Excavating Balmer Brother's Custom Harvesting Kirk Barrett Christian Becker Gene Bollinger Family Bomberger's Store Jay Brackbill Bridge Valley Farm LLC Brooklawn Paving Brookside Builders Marlin Cassel Charis Insurance Group CLZ Concrete Conestoga Auction Deer Country Farm & Lawn Inc. Diesel N Automotive LLC Doebler's Seeds Ephrata National Bank Lloyd Esbenshade Wilmer Esbenshade First Citizens Community Bank Four Star Veterinary Service Ken & Joyce Fry Frosty Hollow FArms LLC Fulton Bank G&G Feed & Supply Earl & Sandy Geib Garber Self Storage Geib's Transport & Custom Farming Gemmill Trucking GFI Transport Gochenauer Kennels John Haldeman Haldeman Mills Mark Hershey Farms Tom Hershey Landscaping


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1st Place 1st Peanut Butter Place Chocolate Chip Cupcakes Sold To: Oakmont Enterprises Purchase Price: $120.00

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COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS RULES AND REGULATIONS

A. Any individual, firm, businessman, company or corporation has the privilege to exhibit their goods or products in the commercial section of the Farm Show providing they abide by the following rules and regulations: 1. The exhibit must be educational. 2. No concessionaires or gambling will be permitted. 3. All merchandise or goods that have been placed on display shall not be removed at any time during the fair, without permission of the committee. 4. No noise nuisances will be permitted during the exhibition. 5. The exhibitor is liable for any loss or damage of his own property. 6. There shall be no fraud or misrepresentation of the products or goods during the exhibition. 7. Exhibitors shall arrange their displays so that they will not interfere with other exhibits. 8. All machines with moving parts and cutting edges are to be guarded by the exhibitor at all times. B. Booth and Time 1. The booths in the building will be 10' x 10'. 2.  Exhibits may be placed on display Thurs., October 4, & Fri., October 5, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat., October 6, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. or Mon., October 8, 7 a.m.-noon. The exhibits must be removed Sat., October 13, from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. or Mon., October 15, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 3. All space shall be paid for on or before Mon., October 8.

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MANHEIM FFA CHILDREN'S FARM SHOW

OPEN DAILY: Monday Noon - 9:00 p.m.; Tuesday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. No reservations are required - Manheim Central has No School Monday and Tuesday The purpose of the Children’s Farm Show is to inform the public about the production of food and fiber and our daily interaction with agriculture.

This Year's Display Will Feature: Educational Areas ✧ Ag Fact Poster ✧ Farm Show Scavenger Hunt ✧ Children’s Coloring Books ✧ Teacher/Parent Resource Packet ✧ Corn Grain Box ✧ Animal Face Cutouts

Displays ✧ Ag History (In Crops Building) ✧ Farm and Home Safety Display Animal Exhibits ✧ Sow and Litter ✧ Horse ✧ Dairy Calves ✧ Rabbits ✧ Animal Nursery

If you have any questions about the Children's Farm Show please contact Dr. Seth Kensinger or Heather Anderson at the MCHS Ag-Ed Dept. at 664-8552 or kensingers@manheimcentral.org or andersonh@manheimcentral.org www.ManheimAg.org The Manheim FFA members would like to thank everyone who donates materials for the Children's Farm Show display and to all who contribute at the Gospel Sing. FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

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GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS • No scooters, roller blades, skateboards, or pets/dogs allowed on the Farm Show Grounds. • Each exhibitor must first register and receive his or her number which will be used on all of his or her entries throughout the Farm Show. • Prize winners must collect their money any time after 6:00 p.m. Friday evening, in the Farm Show Building, or Saturday a.m. between 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. • Exhibits must remain in place until closing time or exhibitor will not be permitted to show in next year's show. 1. All exhibitors are entered free unless otherwise specified under each department. 2. Each exhibitor shall have grown or produced the article exhibited, unless otherwise specified. 3. Each exhibitor should give the class, variety and name of his or her exhibits to the committee in charge upon entering the article. 4. An exhibitor will not receive more than one premium, in any particular class, or subdivision of a class. 5. Each exhibitor will take his or her exhibit directly to the department after obtaining entry number. 6. An exhibit entered in one class cannot compete in another class, unless otherwise specified. No exhibitor may compete with himself or herself in any class or subdivision of a class. 7. No discriminating marking shall be left on any article exhibited in competition until after judging. Exhibit cards will be furnished. 8. All livestock entries close at the time specified in each department. Livestock entries to be made in writing. Address all entries to Department Chairman unless otherwise specified. 9. All exhibits will be entered on Sunday, from 2:00-5:00 p.m., and Monday from 7:00-10:00 a.m. except the following Departments: Art, models and woodwork entered Sunday 2:00-5:00 p.m. only. Baked Goods — Monday, 7:00-9:00 p.m., Tuesday from 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Livestock — See page 32 10. Ribbon premium will be given on those articles exhibited that are not classified in the premium list — subject to the decision of the judges. 11. When there is no competition in a class or subdivision of a class the exhibitor shall receive ribbon merited, and prize money as listed in the premium list. The judges may withhold any premium for a lack of merit or may award second, third, fourth or fifth premium only if deemed best. 12. Ribbons will be awarded on all placings as called for in the premium list, provided the exhibit merits a placing. 13. An article on display cannot be removed before 8:30 p.m. Friday. Exhibits in the Farm Show Building may be removed 8:00 a.m. to noon, Saturday or Monday, 8:00 a.m. to noon & 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. NO SUNDAY PICKUP. 14. All exhibits not called for by 6:00 p.m. Monday, after the Show, will become property of the Fair, and will be disposed of. 15. Label all baskets, bags, crates, etc. that will be left at the Fair for the return of the desired products. 16. The management will take every precaution in its power for the safe preservation of stock and articles on exhibition after their arrival and arrangement upon the grounds, but will not be responsible for any loss, damage or accident that may occur. Any persons detected purloining or injuring them will be dealt with according to the law. 17. Competition in the various departments is open to exhibits as specified under the general rules and regulations and the special rules given under each department. 18. No concessionaires or gambling will be permitted at the exhibition of the M.C.F.S. No person, firm or corporation shall sell, solicit sales of, offer for sale or otherwise dispose of stock or securities of any corporation, concern or organization of any name or character, during the exhibition. 19. All refreshment rights are reserved for civic or community groups. 20. Committee chairman may refuse any entries not worthy of exhibition. Decision of Committee chairman is final. 21. No one is permitted to spend the night on the Farm Show Grounds.


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MANHEIM FARM SHOW

LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES I.  GENERAL All decisions on rules will be made by the livestock committee and the decisions will be final. Please see Livestock Chart for summary of all dates and entry information. Please see animal department for guidelines specific to each species. All exhibitors must be present when animals are shown and sold unless prior permission is granted. No dogs in barns or farm show grounds - unless service dog. II.  EXHIBITOR ELIGIBILITY Youth exhibitors must maintain an approved 4-H/FFA project book. BREEDING: Sheep, Pygmy Goats, and Beef Open to youth who are members of any Lancaster County 4-H livestock club or FFA Chapter. The Committee reserves the right to limit the number of entries if space becomes limited. Dairy Entries are limited to exhibitors from Lancaster and Lebanon counties, with priorities given to Lancaster youth exhibitors and filling the remaining openings first from Lancaster and then Lebanon open exhibitors. SALE ANIMALS and ALL BEEF CATTLE: Any youth who is a member of a Lancaster County 4-H club or Lancaster County FFA chapter and resides or attends school in Manheim Central, Donegal, Hempfield, Elizabethtown, Manheim Township, or Warwick is eligible to compete. * Exception Elizabethtown School District residents must exhibit and sell a market steer at the 2018 Elizabethtown Fair to be eligible to exhibit and sell a market steer at the 2018 Manheim Farm Show. A three (3) percent deduction will be made on all selling exhibits. This deduction will be used for advertising, equipment and buyer appreciations. III. LIVESTOCK HEALTH INFORMATION (AS OF PRINTING TIME, THESE ARE THE RULES FROM PDA. THEY ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE) All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases and a statement of this printed on the CVI (Certificate of Veterinary Inspection which requires a veterinarian’s signature) is required. Animals appearing unhealthy upon arrival may not enter the exhibition grounds. Animals showing sign of illness during the Farm Show will be dealt with on an individual basis in accordance with the Show Ring Code of Ethics. All animals must bear unique permanent identification per species requirements. All drug and vaccine label directions must be followed, including but not limited to milk and slaughter withdrawal periods, and the final dose of vaccine must be administered at least 15 days prior to entry into the exhibition. ALL certification of veterinary inspection papers (Health papers) shall be dated May 1, 2018 or after for ALL species. Sheep: • Individual official USDA scrapie animal identification is required. Official scrapie ID includes: ✓ A scrapie ear tag. Contact the USDA to obtain scrapie ear tags at 1-866-873-2824, weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Your order may take several weeks for processing, so order tags early; OR ✓ A scrapie tattoo with individual animal ID (tattoo); OR ✓ An ISO-compliant RFID tag. • A current rabies vaccination administered by a licensed veterinarian is required for animals 3 months of age and older (market lambs are exempt from this vaccination requirement). All vaccine label directions must be followed, and all rabies vaccinated sheep must be accompanied by a rabies vaccination certificate or the vaccination information must be included on the CVI. If a rabies vaccination certificate is proveded, the certificate must contain legible name and contact information of the veterinarian who administered the vaccine and the veterinarian’s signature. A copy of the rabies vaccination certificate is acceptable. Goats: • Individual official animal identification is required. Official ID includes: ✓ A scrapie ear tag. Contact the USDA to obtain scrapie ear tags at 1-866-873-2824, weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Your order may take several weeks for processing, so order tags early; OR ✓ An ISO-compliant RFID tag; OR ✓ A scrapie tattoo. Goats with an official scrapie tattoo must also have a unique individual animal ID (tattoo) to meet the scrapie ID requirements; OR ✓ Goats having a breed registration tattoo and accompanied by a registration certificate are exempt from the scrapie ID requirement if the tattoo is legible and a registration certificate (copy acceptable) or a CVI which lists the tattoo and registry accompanies the animal at all times during transport from the premises of birth. Cattle and Dairy: PLEASE • Vaccinations against the following diseases are required: IBR and P13. READ • Individual official animal identification is required. Official ID includes: ✓ A state-issued metal ear tag; OR ✓ An ISO-compliant RFID tag; OR ✓ A state-registered tattoo. • A current rabies vaccination administered by a licensed veterinarian is required for animals 3 months of age and older (market cattle are exempt from this vaccination requirement). All vaccine label directions must be followed, and all rabies vaccinated cattle must be accompanied by a rabies vaccination certificate or the vaccination information must be included on the CVI. If a rabies vaccination certificate is provided, the certificate must contain legible name and contact information of the veterinarian who administered the vaccine and the veterinarian’s signature. A copy of the rabies vaccination certificate is acceptable.


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Dairy Beef: • Vaccinations against the following diseases are required: IBR and P13. • Individual official animal identification is required. Official ID is a numbered plastic tag from your 4-H or FFA leader. Swine: • Individual animal ID is required. A legible plastic numbered ear tag is acceptable. IV. ENTERING PROCEDURE All livestock entries must be mailed to committee chairperson by time indicated on entry form found in each animal department. Entries must be postmarked by September 10th. • NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. • New exhibitors should register for a number at the Farm Show office prior to entering their livestock. Office opens at 2:00 p.m. Sunday. If you have an exhibitor number from past years you do not need to stop at the office UNLESS your address, name or phone number have changed. • Please refer to Livestock Exhibition Information Chart for specific times species can be entered. • Two parking passes per family will be distributed at check in time. We are trusting that all exhibitors have enough integrity to not duplicate passes. • All exhibitors will be directed to enter the Farm Show grounds via Farm Show Lane Sunday evening. One vehicle at a time will stop at the Commodity Tent. Exhibitors should have the following forms ready to hand in upon arrival at the Farm Commodity Tent: 1. Swine PQA certificates - swine exhibitors only. 2. Health Paper - Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (signed by the veterinarian). 3. Show Ring Code of Ethics form - Parents and exhibitors need to read and sign this form. (Ethics form(s) will be sent to each exhibitor upon species chairman receiving entry forms.) V. LIVESTOCK GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Each species will have a sponsor for their respective Good Housekeeping Award. The Good Housekeeping award will be announced at the beginning of each species at the Youth Livestock Sale. All equipment, feed and show boxes must be kept in designated areas. Purpose of Good Housekeeping Award • Keep animal areas clean and safe. • Educate the public about the livestock being exhibited. • Promote the agriculture and livestock industry. Award Selection Criteria • Cleanliness of animals and animal preparation area. • Equipment kept neat and in tack box when not in use • Cleanliness of bedding and aisles • Promotion of livestock industry to the public • Exhibitor cards and awards displayed with animal(s) all week • Promotion of 4-H and FFA organizations • Feeder(s) kept clean and feed properly stored • Consideration to fellow exhibitors • Water kept fresh and clean VI. FARM SHOW GROUNDS The management will take every precaution in its power for the safe preservation of stock and articles on exhibition after their arrival on the grounds. However, management will not be held responsible for any damage or accidents that may occur during the week. Any person(s) found stealing, damaging or injuring exhibits will be dealt with according to the law. Each exhibitor will be solely responsible for any loss, injury, or damage done or arising from any animals exhibited by him or her if such negligence is on his or her part. Any individual, spectator or patron handling animals without the consent of the owner is liable for all damage or injury done to themselves or animals.  NO youth exhibitors or non-exhibitors will be permitted to stay overnight on the Farm Show grounds. Dairy exhibitors who will be preparing dairy cattle the night before the show must be accompanied by an adult and a parent permission slip.  Tobacco use by any youth exhibitors (regardless of legal age to purchase tobacco) on Farm Show grounds is PROHIBITED! Any exhibitor who is found breaking this rule will forfeit all premiums. Repeated offenses will be handled on an individual basis by the livestock committee.

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Sun 6-8 p.m. $10.00 Mon 8 pm Tues Before or Tues Fri or Mon 7-9:30 a.m. per animal After Show 5 p.m. 7 p.m. (KILE exhibitors only)

Breeding/ Non Sale Thurs 7 p.m.

Jan. 1- Steer Sept. 1 - Non Sale 2018

Ownership Date By

RABBITS/ Sept 30 CAVIES

Heather Anderson Sun 2-5 p.m. N/A N/A N/A

Mon N/A Thurs 4 p.m. 6-8 p.m.

GOAT Sept 10 Randy & Kandi Sun 6-8 p.m. $5.00 per animal At Check-in Wed Wed Fri Breeding & Gibble During Show 9 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Non-Sale, Thurs After Showman Contest & out by 7 p.m. PYGMY Sept 10 Michele Neckerman Sun 6-8 p.m. $2.00 per animal N/A N/A Thurs. N/A Thurs GOAT 1 p.m. After Showman Contest

N/A

N/A

July 1, 2018

BreedingJuly 15, 2018 MarketJuly 1, 2018

July 1, 2018

Fri Thurs After Showman of Showman See Dairy 7:30 p.m. or Fri. after 10 p.m. Rules

All Breeding & Non-Sale Thurs After Showman Contest & out by 7 p.m.

Thurs 8:30 a.m.

SHEEP Sept 10 Shane & Megan Sun 6-8 p.m. $5.00 per animal At Check-in Wed Before Wed Fri Raffensperger and During Show 1 p.m. 6:45 p.m.

$10.00 clean-up N/A After Show Provide own bedding

N/A

Sun 6-8 p.m. Mon 9-11 a.m.

SWINE June 1 Barry Geib Sun 8-9:30 p.m. $5.00 per animal At Check-in Monday Mon Fri Barry Haldeman Noon-2 pm 2:30 p.m. 7:40 p.m.

DAIRY Sept 10 Allyson Balmer Seth Kensinger

DAIRY Sept 10 Gary & Sun 6-8 p.m. $10.00 At Check In Tues Before or Tues Fri N/A Jan. 1BEEF Judy Zurin per animal After Show 2 p.m. 6 p.m. Feb. 28, 2018

BEEF Sept 10 Jevin & Courtney Kready

Entries Chairmen Check-In Clean-up Fee Weigh-In Photo Show Estimated Release Postmarked Time Per Animal Time Times Time Sale Time Time To Chairman

2018 MANHEIM FARM SHOW LIVESTOCK EXHIBITION INFORMATION

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SHOWMAN OF SHOWMAN COMPETITION The Champion showman from each of the seven livestock shows will return to the show ring to select a champion “Showman of Showman.” The purpose of this competition is to have all our premier showman in one competition for the public to see and recognize. Four classes of showmanship will be judged with all seven showman competing in each class. The classes may include: Dairy Beef, Market Goat, Breeding Sheep, Dairy Cattle, Breeding Beef, Pygmy Goat and Market Hog. One judge will evaluate the breeding classes and one judge will evaluate the market classes.

Rules:

1. If the Champion showman of a species decides not to take part in this special Showman of Showman competition on Thursday they MUST tell their species chairmen BEFORE the Overall Champion is selected. The Reserve Champion will then be given the opportunity to show in the “Showman of Showman” competition. 2. If one showman wins more than one show no other showman will be invited from those species to the “Showman of Showman” competition. 3. A $25 gift card will be given to each participant in the “Showman of Showman” competition. The gift cards will be presented by BB&T Bank. 4. Each class will be judged with first place receiving 1 point, second place 2 points and so on. Showman will not be physically placed in each of the four classes. Each showman will wear a number on their back. At the conclusion of the competition the scores will be added up. Lowest score wins. If there is a tie, the names of all four classes will be put into separate envelopes. One envelope will be drawn and the lowest score for that class will be the winner. Only first place will be announced. 5. No animal from any of the showman will be used. Evaluation will be based solely on showmanship. No fitting will be considered. 6. Zurin Masonry and Roofing will sponsor the traveling trophy. If an exhibitor wins the trophy twice it will be retired to that showman. 2005 Winner - Derick Bollinger • 2006 Winner - Joelynn Donough • 2007 Winner - Jayme Zimmerman 2008 Winner - Joel Geib • 2009 Winner - Derek Hanna • 2010 Winner - Stephen Geib • 2011 Winner - Garrett Jenkins 2012 Winner - Stephen Geib • 2013 Winner - Garrett Jenkins • 2014 Winner - Garrett Jenkins 2015 Winner - Jade Zimmerman • 2016 Winner - Jade Zimmerman • 2017 Winner - Caleb MIller

DEPARTMENT 2 — DAIRY CATTLE

2018 COMMITTEE Co-Chairman - Allyson Balmer - Deb Seibert Judging Thursday at 10:00 A.M. RULES 1. ENTRIES - All participants must complete a printed entry form and mail it AND the entry fees to Allyson Balmer, 1132 Shumaker Rd., Manheim, PA 17545 by September 10, 2018. NO LATE ENTRIES will be accepted. 2. ARRIVAL AND RELEASE TIME POLICY -  Arrival: All 4-H and FFA members in Manheim Central School District must have their heifers in place by Sunday, October 7, during the 6-8 p.m. check-in. All dairy exhibitors are welcome to arrive on Sunday, October 7 from 6-8 p.m. as well. Milking cattle and any non FFA or 4-H exhibitor may arrive Monday, October 8 from 9-11 p.m. Any animals arriving before or after these allotted times will be sent home. Release: Cattle may leave Thursday AFTER the Showman of Showman Competition. The Supreme and Reserve Supreme Dairy Cow that are selling their milk must stay through Friday night; release time for these animals will be 10:00 p.m. 3. CARE OF ANIMALS - Exhibitors must see to the delivery of their animals as well as to attend to their animals while on exhibition. Exhibitors are asked to keep manure cleaned up and keep aisleways clean and swept. Signs and displays promoting the dairy industry are not only recommended but judged for good housekeeping. 4. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AWARD SCORING: 4-H AND FFA MEMBERS ONLY 1. Preparation of Exhibit Points A. Adequate bedding and properly packed, level pack, straw clean and bright 10 points B. Animals attractively arranged and correctly spaced (not too close or far apart) 10 points


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C. Decorations neat and attractive, well-planned, not too gaudy or overdone 5 points D. Appropriate animal signs displaying complete information 10 points E. Appropriate color scheme, background, show boxes, and originality 5 points 2. Appearance and Attitude of Exhibitors A. Knowledgeable, courteous, friendly and able to answer questions 10 points B. Clothes and person neat and clean, dressed appropriately 5 points 3. Care of the Exhibit A. Animals are clean and well groomed 15 points B. Aisles are clean and neat with adequate width for spectators 10 points C. Bedding clean and dry, shows evidence of frequent reworking 10 points D. Feed and equipment stored neatly (out of sight) and is clean 10 points (Inspections will be made unannounced daily, winners announced Friday night) Total: 100 points * Unruly animals will not be tolerated and will be asked to leave. * No microwaves, canopies or other large inconvenient items will be allowed. * All milk must be dumped after milking. No milk leaves the premises. No exceptions. *Un-kept exhibit areas will NOT be tolerated; exhibit and exhibitors must be neat and tidy *Anyone staying overnight to care for their animals must comply with the chaperone policy. * See chairman for details. 5. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS - All cattle must be accompanied by a "Certificate of Veterinary Inspection" (CVI) signed by an accredited veterinarian. Health chart must be issued after May 1st. Cattle must be immunized against IBR, PI3, and rabies. Must have a rabies certificate. 6. FEEDING AND BEDDING - All initial shavings will be provided to the exhibitors.Beyond this, all exhibitors must furnish their own bedding and feed. 7. GROOMING - Exhibitors may only use grooming products that are FDA approved for use on meat and milk producing animals when fitting any animal for show. Unapproved products may contain ingredients that result in unacceptable residues. Any exhibitor found using an unapproved product will be disqualified and stripped of premium earnings. 8. SUBSTITUTIONS - All substitutions should be filed with the chairman (Allyson Balmer) before the day of check-in and include a new entry form with the information of the new animal. It is up to the discretion of the chairman to allow a late notice substitution. 9. 2018 DAIRY SHOW CLASSES A. Youth Showmanship Contest: Thursday at 9:00 a.m. 1) This contest is optional and can be signed up for on the entry form 2) Must be a current member of any FFA or 4-H club 3) Participants are judged based on how well the exhibitor shows animal, how well they walk, exhibitors' appearance, and answering questions about dairy cattle 4) There are three age divisions a. Novice: under age 8 (Class code: 50) • (No premium, must be with a 4-H or FFA member) b. Juniors: ages 8-12 (Class code: 101) c. Intermediate: ages 13-16 (Class code: 201) d. Seniors: ages 17-21 (Class code: 301) 5) Premiums a. Starting with 1st place $20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10 B. Open Dairy Show: Thursday at 10:00 a.m. *All placings are the decision of the judge and are final in all cases. If there is no competition in a class, the exhibitor will receive the ribbon merited and prize money as stated on premium list* 1) All animals must be at ringside when called for upon by the ring man or by following along in show catalog. Late animals will not be judged at discretion of judge and chairman.


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10. CALF AND HEIFER CLASS CODES Class and Birth Ayrshire Brown Guernsey Holstein Jersey Milking Red and Lineback Date Ranges Swiss Shorthorn White Spring Calf (3/1/18-5/31/18) 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 Winter Calf (12/1/17-2/28/18) 1001 2001 3001 4001 5001 6001 7001 8001 Fall Calf (9/1/17-11/30/17) 1002 2002 3002 4002 5002 6002 7002 8002 Summer Yr. (6/1/17-8/31/17) 1003 2003 3003 4003 5003 6003 7003 8003 Spring Yr. (3/1/17-5/31/17) 1004 2004 3004 4004 5004 6004 7004 8004 Winter Yr. (12/1/16-2/28/17) 1005 2005 3005 4005 5005 6005 7005 8005 Fall Yr. (9/1/16-11/30/16) 1006 2006 3006 4006 5006 6006 7006 8006

11. MILKING AND DRY COW CLASS CODES Dry Cow, any age 2-Year-Old Cow 3-Year-Old Cow 4-Year-Old Cow 5-Year-Old Cow Aged Cow: 6 Years And Over

1007 2007 3007 4007 5007 6007 7007 8007 1008 2008 3008 4008 5008 6008 7008 8008 1009 2009 3009 4009 5009 6009 7009 8009 1010 2010 3010 4010 5010 6010 7010 8010 1011 2011 3011 4011 5011 6011 7011 8011 1012 2012 3012 4012 5012 6012 7012 8012

12. SPECIAL AWARD CLASSES - Premiums based on sponsorship. Best Three Females - Yearly sponsor to be determined Produce of Dam - Yearly sponsor to be determined Dam and Daughter - Yearly sponsor to be determined Best Bred And Owned - Yearly sponsor to be determined 13. PREMIUMS FOR ALL DAIRY CLASSES

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14. MANHEIM FARM SHOW YOUTH SUPREME AND RESERVE SUPREME CHAMPION: At the conclusion of the show there will be one additional class to name a Youth Supreme and Reserve Supreme Champion animal. This class is only open to youth exhibitors who are current FFA or 4-H members from the school districts of Manheim Central, Donegal, Warwick, Elizabethtown, Hempfield, and Manheim Township. Milk Jugs representing these two animals will be auctioned at the Youth Livestock Auction on Friday night. Animal must be owned prior to June 1, 2018. *Insubordination of rules may result in loss of premiums or loss of participation in show or future shows*

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MANHEIM FARM SHOW DAIRY CATTLE FORM (FILL OUT EVERYTHING)

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*Please send form to Allyson Balmer, 1132 Shumaker Rd., Manheim, PA 17545 by September 10, 2018 with entry fee. NO LATE ENTRIES* *Must have vet papers, a signed Code of Conduct sheet, and entries paid before allowed to unload animals into the buildings*


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DEPARTMENT 6 - BREEDING GOATS (Market) Chairman - Randy & Kandi Gibble 664-5285     GOAT SHOW - Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.

RULES 1. OFFICIAL ENTRY FORMS must be mailed to: Randy Gibble, 1596 Gish Rd., Manheim, PA 17545, postmarked on or before September 10, 2018 - no late entries will be accepted. 2. Exhibitors must furnish their own, hay, feed, water pails and feed troughs. 3. Exhibitor may enter a maximum of 4 exhibits in the breeding goat section. 4. Exhibitors must enter exhibits SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2018 , between 6-8 p.m. ONLY. There will be an ENTRY FEE OF $5.00 PER ANIMAL, which is required to be sent with the entry forms. 5. Age of exhibitor will be determined as of October 7, 2018. 6. HORNS WILL BE PERMITTED ON ALL EXHIBITS. 7. Breeding animals released Thursday, Oct. 11th after the Showman of Showman Contest. 8. A breeding goat may not be entered in market goat division. BREEDING GOAT CLASS PREMIUMS 1st - $20, 2nd - $18, 3rd - $16, 4th - $14, 5th - $12, 6th - $11, 7th-10th - $10 (Ribbons will also be awarded at the discretion of the judge). 1st -10th placing may be awarded for each class and breed listed on Official Entry Form.

DEPARTMENT 6 - MARKET GOATS Chairman - Randy & Kandi Gibble 664-5285 GOAT SHOW—Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. MARKET GOAT SALE—Friday, October 12, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. RULES 1.  OFFICIAL ENTRY FORMS must be mailed to: Randy Gibble, 1596 Gish Rd., Manheim, PA 17545, postmarked on or before September 10, 2018. No late entries will be accepted. 2. Exhibitors must furnish their own, hay, feed, water pails and feed troughs. 3. Exhibitors must enter exhibits SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2018 between 6-8 p.m. ONLY. There will be an ENTRY FEE OF $5.00 PER ANIMAL which is required to be sent with the entry forms. 4. Market exhibits will be weighed on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2018 at entry and selling animals will also be tagged. Classes will be determined at that time according to the weights received. All market exhibits must weigh between 40 and 110 pounds. 5. Age of exhibitor will be determined as of October 7, 2018. 6. Each exhibitor may not show more than 2 non-selling market exhibits. 7. ALL NON-SELLING EXHIBITS MUST BE REMOVED ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018 after the completion of the Showman of Showman Contest. 8. A market goat may not be entered in the breeding goat division. 9. A 3% deduction will be made on all selling exhibits. This deduction will be used for sale advertising, equipment maintenance and buyer appreciation. MARKET GOAT AND SHOWMANSHIP PREMIUMS For all Classes and Showmanship Placings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7-10 $15 $13 $12 $11 $9 $8 $6


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MANHEIM FARM SHOW GOAT ENTRY FORM

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DEPARTMENT 6 - PYGMY GOATS

Chairman - Michele Neckerman - 606-8287 PYGMY GOAT SHOW Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 1:00 p.m RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. OFFICIAL ENTRY FORMS must be mailed to: Michele Neckerman, 1119 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Quarryville, PA 17566, postmarked on or before September 10, 2018 - no late entries will be accepted. The $2.00 bedding/clean up fee per animal is required to be sent in with the entry forms. 2. Exhibitors must furnish their own hay, feed, water pails and feed troughs. 3. Open and registered pygmy goats will show in the same classes. Pygmy Goat conformation “breed standard” is taken from National Pygmy Goat Association. 4. Age of exhibitor will be determined as of beginning of Farm Show. 5. ALL GOATS MUST BE DEHORNED. 6. See Livestock Management Guidelines and Exhibition Information on page 26-27. PYGMY GOAT CLASS PREMIUMS (Ribbons will also be awarded at the discretion of the judge.) Placings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7-10 $16 $14 $12 $10 $8 $7 $6 Wethers (neutered male goats) Wether Kids - 0-1 Years Wether Yearling - over 1 Year but less than 2 Years Wether 2 Years and Older Grand & Reserve Champion Wether Does Doe - 0-1 Year Doe Yearlings - Over 1 Year But Less Than 2 Doe - 2 Years to 3 Years Doe - Aged Dam & Daughter Grand & Reserve Champion Doe SHOWMANSHIP Placings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7-10 $16 $14 $12 $10 $8 $7 $6 Novice - First year showmanship, any age Ages 9 - 12 Ages 13 - 18 Champion Showman determined from 1st Place Exhibitors • 1st Place Exhibitor and Champion Showman - Trophies

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Mail Completed Entry Form To: Michele Neckerman, 1119 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Quarryville, PA 17566 Name (1 Entry Form Per Exhibitor)_________________________________________________ Address_______________ _________________________ Phone______________________ City, State, Zip________________________ _________________________ Age____________ Email_____________________________________________________ Participating in Showmanship Class?______Yes_______ No Novice?____Yes ____No

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DEPARTMENT 9 - RABBITS - CAVIES

(GUINEA PIGS) New for 2018 - the Rabbit/Cavy Show will be changing to align more with a sanctioned type show. Read the rules carefully. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE PREREGISTERED BY SEPTEMBER 10, 2018. Judging will be held on Monday, October 8, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Chairpersons - Heather Anderson, 717-5757163; Bob & Mary Snyder 717-367-7635 Exhibitors must be 18 years or younger. Limit 10 entries per exhibitor, please. The committee reserves the right to limit the number of entries if space becomes limited. This show is open to any youth who resides in or attends school in Manheim Central, Donegal, Hempfield, Elizabethtown, Manheim Township, or Warwick school districts. RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Rabbit and Cavy exhibitors must complete a Show Ring Code of Ethics form and sign Animal Owner or Caretaker's Verification of Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR) on entry form. The Code of Ethics form will be mailed after your entry is received and should be brought with the animals at the time of entry. 2. If any animal presents with signs of illness upon entry or at any time during the show, exhibitors will be asked to remove the animal(s) from the grounds. The Manheim Farm Show is not responsible for any animal that develops illness following exhibition at the show. 3. Entries will be received on Sunday from 2-5 p.m. only Animals must be picked up on Thursday between 6-8 p.m. 4. Coop numbers will be temporarily marked in the animal's right ear at the time of entry. 5. NEW FOR 2018: Exhibitors will be responsible for feeding/watering their own animals at least once a day, or making arrangements with another exhibitor to do so. They will only be watered by the Farm Show volunteers in the case of an extreme emergency. 6. Exhibitors are required to clean their pens daily. Bedding will be provided. NEW FOR 2018: A GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AWARD will be presented the exhibitor with the cleanest coop over the course of the week. 7. NEW FOR 2018: YOUTH EXHIBITORS MUST BE PRESENT A THE TIME OF SHOW. Youth exhibitors are responsible for bringing their animal(s) to the show table when their class is called. If the animal is not presented by the exhibitor when called for, they will be considered a scratch. 8. It is strongly recommended that animals are groomed and have their nails trimmed prior to arrival at the show. Contact your 4-H Leader of FFA Advisor if you need help. 9. Although not a sanctioned show, all animals will be judged according to ARBA standards. 10. Animals not conforming to a specific breed standard should be entered in the "Pet" breed category. 11. NEW FOR 2018: Special ribbons will be awarded for Best of Breed, Best Opposite Sex of Breed, Best of Show, and Best Opposite Sex of Show. 12. ABSOLUTELY NO SALES OR SOLICITATION OF ANIMALS. 13. Only 4 classes per breed will be offered. Seniors are animals over 6 months, and Juniors are under 6 months. a. Rabbits: Senior Buck - SB, Senior Doe - SD, Junior Buck - JB, Junior JD b. Cavies: Senior Boar - SB, Senior Sow - SS, Junior Boar - JB, Junior Sow - JS PREMIUMS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th All Classes $5 $4 $3 $2 Division 1 - Cavies (Guinea Pigs) 49 Abyssinian 50 Abyssinian Satin 51 American 52 American Satin 53 Coronet

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Division 2 - Rabbits 1 American 2 American Chinchilla 3 American Fuzzy Lop 4 American Sable 5 Belgian Hare 6 Beveren 7 Blanc De Hotot 8 Britannia Petite 9 Californian 10 Champagne D'Argnet 11 Checkered Giants 12 Cinnamon 13 Créme D'Argent 14 Dutch 15 Dwarf Hotot 16 English Angora

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Congratulations To The Winners Of The 2018 Manheim Farm Show From The Ruth Mackley Democratic Club & The Manheim Democratic Committee Your True Blue Friends In Baron Country Thank A Democrat For: • Civil Rights Act (Civil Liberties & Social Justice) • Right To Vote For All People • Social Security • Clean Air Act • Medicare • Insured Banking • Safe Food And Drug Act • Child Labor Laws • 40 Hour Work Week • Disability Act • Minimum Wage Act • Family & Medical Leave

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DEPARTMENT 10 — 4-H & VOCATIONAL

SECTION A-2 DAIRY CATTLE Refer to Department 2 for rules and regulations. SECTION A-3 — BEEF CATTLE SECTION A-4 — SHEEP SECTION A-5 — SWINE Refer to Department 6 for rules and regulations

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION A-3 — BEEF CATTLE JUNIOR BEEF BREEDING CLASSES 4-H AND FFA STEER SHOW COMMITTEE Co-Chairman — Jevin Kready, 1113 N. Colebrook Rd., Manheim — 664-0014 Co-Chairman — Courtney Kready, Gary Zurin, Seth Kensinger - FFA Rep. Judge to be announced - Judging TUESDAY 5:00 P.M. Sale Friday 7:00 P.M. 1. Eligibility & Entries A. All steers must be purchased by January 1, 2018. Heifers must be purchased by September 1, 2018. B. Entries are due by September 10, 2018. Please include the $10.00 per animal cleanup and bedding fee with the entry form. Checks should be made payable to "Manheim Farm Show." 2. Management Rules A. Check-In times are Sunday 6:00-8:00 P.M. or Monday 7:00-9:30 A.M. for KILE exhibitors only. Weigh-In will be 8:00 P.M. Monday following exhibitor meeting. B. Please keep your area uncluttered, and your animal wellgroomed at all times. 3. Fitting Rules A. Exhibitors and their parents, FFA Advisors or 4-H Livestock Leaders, and Farm Show Committee Members may assist in fitting, clipping, and restraint of animals during the Manheim Farm Show. B. Exhibitors must be present during fitting, clipping, and grooming of their animals. C. It is strongly recommended that clipping of animals is done ahead of time. 4. Health rules are listed on page 30.

to our 2017 sponsors who helped make our beef show a success! M. H. Eby Inc. J. L. Hollinger & Sons, Inc. J. Steven Burkhart Excavating Kreiser's Garage LLC Witmer Automotive Service, Inc. Leiding Edge Embroidery Hess Seeds & Services, Inc. Ephrata Agway A&A Cattle Co. Ebersole Spreading, LLC Frey Livestock Supply Hess Mills Les & Karen Livengood Meadow Springs Farm Wolf's Sporting Center, LLC Sports N Turf of Lancaster Brandt's Farm Supply Inc.

4-H & FFA BEEF CATTLE SHOWMANSHIP Showmanship will be divided into classes by age. First year beef showmen under the age of 14 who have never shown a beef or dairy beef will be in a single class. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th-10th $25 $22 $18 $15 $12

JUNIOR BEEF BREEDING SHOW

Class 1st 1. Junior Heifer Calf (Calved Jan.-March 2018) $40 2. Senior Heifer Calf (Calved Sept.-Dec. 2017) $40 3. Intermed. Yearling Heifer Calf (Calved May-Aug. 2017) $40 4. Junior Yearling Heifer Calf (Calved Jan.-Apr. 2017) $40 5. Cow/Calf (Calf born after Jan. 1, 2016) $40

YOUTH BEEF SHOW

2nd 3rd $35 $30 $35 $30 $35 $30 $35 $30 $35 $30

Class 6. Lt. Weight 7. Med. Weight 8. Lt.-Heavy Weight 9. Heavy Weight 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th $38 $34 $30 $27 $24 $21


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PREVIEW NON-SALE Class 10. Lt. Weight 11. Med. Weight 12. Heavy Weight 1st 2nd 3rd 4th $19 $15 $11 $8

BEEF ENTRY FORM fill out everything

- one animal per form

Exhibitor’s Name

Email

Address (Street)

(Town)

Exhibitor’s birthdate (mo/d/yr)

(Zip)

Date of Purchase

Phone 4-H or FFA?

Parent/Guardian

Club/Chapter

Animal’s Birthdate

Animal’s Ear Tag #

Enclose clean up & bedding fee $10/head

CHECK A CLASS Beef Steer Intermediate Yearling Heifer

Junior Heifer Junior Yearling Heifer

Senior Heifer Preview Steer/Heifer

Cow/Calf

Shirt Size (Circle One): Youth S Youth M Youth L Youth XL Adult S Adult M Adult L Adult XL Adult XXL (Copy entry form if needed for more than one animal)

Mail to: Jevin Kready, 1113 N. Colebrook Rd., Manheim, PA 17545

Deadline: September 10, 2018 (NO EXCEPTIONS) • Include Entry Fees.

DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION A-3A - DAIRY BEEF FEEDER STEER COMMITTEE Gary & Judy Zurin, 725 Newcomer Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17552 - 653-0143 - Gerry Kready, Sandy Musser Show - Tuesday 2 P.M. – Sale - Friday 6 P.M.

1. ELIGIBILITY & ENTRIES

717.665.4117 •

R007813

A. All calves must be born between between January 1 and February 28, 2018. B. Calves must be 100% Dairy Breed. C. Each calf must be ear tagged by 4-H leader or FFA  adviser, by May 1, 2018. D.  All entries must be mailed to Judy Zurin, postmarked on or before September 10, 2018. No late entries will be accepted. Enclose $10.00 per animal for cleanup E. Must weigh a minimum of 400 lbs. to sell 2. MANAGEMENT RULES: A.  All calves must be penned 6-8 p.m. Sunday. Your Auto Repair Specialist Weigh-in on Sunday night 6-8 p.m. This weight will be used for the sale weight on Friday night. HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 7 AM-5 PM B. All equipment, feed, and show boxes must be store in designated areas. 1038 Newport Road • Manheim, PA 17545 C. Wheelbarrows and spreader are available for cleanup during Farm Show Week. www.acumanheim.com


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D.  All animals entered in this show will be sold Friday at 6 p.m.

E. Exhibitors are expected to be present during the feeding and grooming of their calf. F.  Penalty for not following these rules will result in the member not being allowed to show their calf in the show. Thus not being able to sell their calf at the sale and will receive the market value. Premium List 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th A. Light weight I $15.00 $13.00 $12.00 $11.00 $9.00 $8.00 B Light weight II 15.00 13.00 12.00 11.00 9.00 8.00 C. Medium wt. Class I 15.00 13.00 12.00 11.00 9.00 8.00 D. Medium wt. Class II 15.00 13.00 12.00 11.00 9.00 8.00 E. Heavy Class I 15.00 13.00 12.00 11.00 9.00 8.00 F. Heavy Class II 15.00 13.00 12.00 11.00 9.00 8.00 G Heavy Class III 15.00 13.00 12.00 11.00 9.00 8.00 Champion Calf

Reserve Champion Calf

*Dairy Beef Showmanship Premium List Divided evenly into 6 or 7 classes according to age 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th-12th $25 $22 $18 $15 $12.00 to our 2017 sponsors: GFI Transport • Leiding Edge Embroidery • M.H. Manure Hauling Penns Peaceful Meadow Farm LLC • M&R Grain Inc. Marvin L. Nissley Contractor • Old Iron Grille • Glory Haldeman Hershey Heritage Farm LLC • Locust Grove Cattle LLC • Darwin & Deb Nissley Balmer Bros. • Landis Ag Service • Brian & Tammy Balmer • Greg Musser Family Myron Musser Family • Frey's Livestock Supply

MANHEIM FARM SHOW DAIRY BEEF ENTRY FORM Entry Deadline - September 10, 2018 Mail to: Judy Zurin, 725 Newcomer Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17552 653-0143 Dairy Beef Only

Exhibitor’s Name__________________________________________________________________ Parent’s Name____________________________________________________________________ Phone____________________________________________________________________________ Address__________________________________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s Birthdate_______________________________________________________________ Animal’s Ear Tag__________________________________________________________________ Animal’s Birthdate_________________________________________________________________ Email____________________________________________________________________________ Shirt Size (Circle One): Youth S Youth M Youth L Youth XL Adult S Adult M Adult L Adult XL Adult XXL Enclose cleanup and bedding fee of $10 with entry. Make checks payable to “Manheim Farm Show.”


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DEPARTMENT 10 — SECTION A-4 — SHEEP

COMMITTEE: Co-Chairmen — Shane & Megan Raffensperger, Ray Peters Sheep Judging — Wednesday 1:00 p.m. Market Lamb Sale — Friday 6:45 p.m. RULES OWNERSHIP 1. All market lambs must be owned by JULY 1 of current year. All breeding sheep must be owned by JULY 15 of current year. Market lambs sold at previous livestock shows and sales after JULY 1 MAY NOT be entered as a sale or non-sale lamb, and after JULY 15 MAY NOT be entered as a breeding sheep. 2. All exhibitors must report via e-mail or phone their market lambs Scrapie ID number to Shane and Megan Raffensperger (mraffensperger67@gmail.com or 717-875-5573) by SEPTEMBER 10 to be eligible to show. Each exhibitor is limited to registering 3 market lambs. 3. Only three market lambs (1 sale, 2 non-sale) may be shown by each exhibitor. Market lambs must be slickshorn and are recommended to weigh between 75-150 lbs. 4. All sheep must be in the care of the FFA or 4-H exhibitor. Each member is to provide feed, trough, water bucket and have entire charge of his or her animal(s). 5. Only three breeding sheep per class per exhibitor. 6. Total of 8 sheep per exhibitor including breeding sheep and sale/non-sale lambs. 7. ALL ANIMALS (OTHER THAN SALE LAMBS) MUST BE REMOVED AFTER THE SHOWMAN OF SHOWMAN CONTEST AND BEFORE 7PM. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: 1. Identification - Purebred animals must be identified by registry name and number, corresponding to the ear tag or tattoo number. Grade animals must be identified by farm-flock number, corresponding to the ear tag or tattoo number. 2. Flock inspection - Flocks must be examined anytime after May 1. The veterinarian who has examined the entries and the flocks from which they come must certify on the health certificate that he has found no evidence of transmissible disease and to the best of his knowledge, no exposure thereto, and are not subject to any quarantine restrictions. Breeding sheep are required to have rabies vaccine. 3.  IMPORTANT RULE - Certification by owner and an accredited veterinarian that the identified animal(s) is (is not) known to have been exposed to scrapie. 4. NEW RULE - All sheep must bear official USDA/APHIS eartag to be exhibited at the show. Sheep from flocks on the Voluntary Scrapie Program must bear the official eartag, tattoo, or electronicear implant. 5. REGISTRATION PAPERS MUST ACCOMPANY ALL BREEDING SHEEP, EXCEPT CROSS BRED CLASS. 6. Any person helping to show must be a current exhibitor. SHEEP PREMIUM LIST NOTE: The same classification and premiums as stated below are to apply to each of the following breeds: A. Cheviot D. Hampshire G. Suffolk B. Crossbred E. Shropshire H. Other C. Dorset F. Southdown Class 1. Showmanship: Divided as evenly as possible by years of experience into 5 classes. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $20 $18 $16 $14 $12 2. Ram Lamb under 1 year $20 $18 $16 $14 $12 3. Aged Ewe $20 $18 $16 $14 $12 $20 $18 $16 $14 $12 4. Yearling Ewe (1 year and under 2) $20 $18 $16 $14 $12 5. Ewe Lamb $20 $18 $16 $14 $12 6. Pair Ewe Lambs 7. Flock-Aged Ewe, Yearling Ewe, $20 $18 $16 $14 $12 Ewe Lamb and Ram Lamb 8. Breeder’s Young Flock (2 ewe lambs, 1 ram lamb) or (2 ram lambs, 1 ewe lamb) 9. Champion Ram and Ewe in each breed. 10. Supreme Champion of all breeds: A. Ewe Trophy B. Ram Trophy 11. Individual Market Lamb - Non-Sale 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th A. Light weight $15 $13 $12 $11 $9 B. Medium weight $15 $13 $12 $11 $9


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C. Heavy weight $15 $13 $12 $11 $9 D. Champion E. Reserve Champion 12. Individual Market Lamb - Sale A. Light weight $15 $13 $12 $11 $9 B. Medium weight $15 $13 $12 $11 $9 C. Heavy weight $15 $13 $12 $11 $9 D. Champion E. Reserve Champion 13. Grand Champion Market Lamb Over All 14. Pair of Lambs - May include any combination of Sale or Market. $15 $13 $12 $11 $9 15. If more than 5 exhibitors in a class, then each exhibitor under 5th place will also be awarded the 5th place premium.

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401 West End Ave. Manheim, PA 17545

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MANHEIM FARM SHOW SHEEP ENTRY FORM ENTRY DEADLINE: September 10, 2018 Check In 6:00 - 8:00 P.M. Sunday ONLY. MAIL TO: Megan Raffensperger, 6190 Elizabethtown Rd., Manheim, PA 17545 717-875-5573

Name_______________________________________________________________________________ Addess_______________________________________________ Phone_________________________ City__________________________________________________ Zip____________________________ Email_______________________________________________________________________________ Breed Sheep Class: A. Cheviot B. Crossbred C. Dorset - Horned (H) Polled (P)

D. Hampshire E. Shropshire F. Southdown

G. Suffolk H. Other (By Breed)

DEPT. 10 - SECTION A-4

Mark an X (XX=2) next to the class that you want to enter under the corresponding breed: Breeding Sheep Only

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

Ram Lamb Ewe Lamb -

Mark Spring or Fall

Yearling Ewe Aged Ewe Pair of Ewe Lambs Flock Breeders Young Flock Total number of Breeding Sheep ______ Total number of Market Lambs________ (Max. 3 per exhibitor including sale lamb) Total Non-Sale __________Total Sale _________ Will you be entering showmanship class? Yes ____ No____ How many years have you been exhibiting sheep in FFA _____ or 4-H _____ *Anyone using any artificial means to change the shape/form/behavior of an animal will be disqualified from the show. *I have read the guidelines for care of animals and the rules for exhibitors in this book. *I have enclosed my bedding and cleanup fee of $5.00 per animal Amount enclosed _____________ Make checks payable to Manheim Farm Show.

Exhibitor Signature ________________________ Parent Signature _____________________


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DEPARTMENT 10 - SECTION A-5 - SWINE

COMMITTEE Co-Chairman - Barry Haldeman, 1473 Gish Road, Manheim, PA 17545 - 717-665-5513 Co-Chairman - Barry Geib, 2843 North Chiques Road, Manheim, PA 17545 - 717-664-3007 Randy Fox Mike Cassel Eugene Bollinger Glenn Bartsch Dale Nolt Earl Geib Junior Member - Zach Swope SWINE DIVISION REGULATIONS SEE LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES ON PAGE 26. IN ADDITION 1. OWNERSHIP - All swine to be shown at the Farm Show are to be the property of FFA and 4-H club members by July 1, 2018. 2. All entries will be entered free of charge. All entries must be reported to the co-chairpersons by June 1, 2018. Limited to 3 entries per exhibitor residing in Manheim School District or member of the Manheim FFA. Donegal, Hempfield, Elizabethtown, Manheim Township and Warwick exhibitors are limited to 2 entries. 3. Exhibitors must be present when animals are shown and sold. 4. All exhibits must be placed between 8:00 and 9:30 p.m. promptly on Sunday, October 7 ONLY! Be prepared for project pictures Monday. 5. It is mandatory that pens be cleaned out on Wednesday afternoon/evening. Wheelbarrows and a spreader will be available. 6. No body clipping of market hogs allowed. 7. CLASSES AND WEIGHTS - Individual pigs must weigh 230-290 lbs. to compete and be sold. Pigs will be divided into classes of 4-5 head for the show. Divisions will be: light weight: 230-245 medium weight: 246-260 medium heavy weight: 261-275 heavy weight: 276-290 PREMIUMS: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $14 $11 $9 $8 $6 Weight Division Champion - Rosette Grand Champion Market Hog - Rosette, Trophy Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog - Rosette, Trophy 8. SHOWMANSHIP AND FITTING - Classes will be determined by age on the day of show: 16+; 14 & 15; 11-13; and 9 & 10. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th $20 $18 $16 $14 $12 All Other Participants - $5

MANHEIM FARM SHOW SWINE ENTRY FORM Entry Deadline - September 10, 2018

Mail to: Barry Geib, 2843 N. Chiques Rd., Manheim, PA 17545 Exhibitor’s Name__________________________________________________________________ Parent’s Name______________________________________ Phone________________________ Address__________________________________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s Birthdate_______________________________________________________________ Email____________________________________________________________________________ Number of Pigs Exhibiting____________

Enclose cleanup and bedding fee of $5.00 per pig. Make checks payable to Manheim Farm Show.


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DEPARTMENT 10 - SECTION A-6

BREEDING GOATS

Refer to Department 6 for rules and regulations

DEPARTMENT 10 - SECTION A-22

CLASS 1 - TRACTOR DRIVING CONTEST Chairman - Jonathan Werning - 717-664-8552, MCHS Sunday, October 7 , 2018 - 2:00 P.M. RULES 1. The contest is open to the Manheim FFA. (limited to 16 contestants) 2. Tractors will be furnished by the Manheim FFA Chapter. 3. The Management will not be responsible for any accident or injury caused by the contestants. 4. Judges reserve the right to stop a contestant who shows inability to operate the tractor. 5. Judges will be selected to score each contestant in accordance with the State FFA tractor driving score card. The low score will win the contest. PRIZES - FFA 1st Place $25.00 3rd Place 20.00 5th Place 16.00 2nd Place 22.00 4th Place $18.00 6th-10th Place 15.00

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CLASS 2 - FFA GREENHAND LIVESTOCK JUDGING Chairman - Dr. Seth Kensinger - 664-8552, MCHS Tuesday - 9:30 A.M. RULES 1. Only first year students pursuing courses in Agriculture Education during the school year 2018-2019 in high schools of Lancaster County are eligible for participation in this contest. Event No. of Classes Market Swine 2 Market Lambs 2 Market Steer 2 Dairy Cattle 1 Market Goat 1


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16th Annual

Benefit Auction

See Page 13 for a list of special items to be included in this year’s Benefit Auction.

Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 6:00 P.M.

This year’s live auction will benefit the facilities and activities of the Manheim Community Farm Show. Items will be on display inside building #1 during the week. This year will again feature Dennis Beach’s chain saw wood carvings, dated Farm Show crockery, advertising pieces, farm toys, artwork, crafts, and much more. Individuals and businesses who are interested in contributing to the sale, please contact Jordan High (717) 381-6886. We encourage businesses to contribute items that represent their company, or financial contributions to support the wood-carver.

Please Support and Thank Our Generous 2017 Contributors! Nissley Vineyards Outback Toys (Binkley & Hurst) Peters BBQ Waltz Vineyards

Agway - Manheim Bomberger’s The Country Store Deer Country Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre Heisey’s Jewelry Iron Valley Harley-Davidson Kinsey’s Outdoors Kreiser’s Garage Landis Wash & Lube Laser Dome Molly’s Worley & Obetz

WOOD CARVER CONTRIBUTORS Bond Caster & Wheel Corp. Bond Machine & Fabrication, LLC Brubaker, Inc. Crane Specialists Dave’s Lawn & Garden Garden Spot Electric

Harrington Hoist & Cranes Hosler’s Homescapes Manheim Mulch & Soil Mountainside Excavators Penway Construction Ressler’s Propane Root’s Nurseries Mr. & Mrs. Donald Wolgemuth

WOOD CARVER LUMBER DONATIONS

All Season Tree Service Gebhard & Son Tree Care Lezzer Lumber Arborist Enterprises Corry Hess

*Also, Thank You to those of you who came to bid at the sale. Your generosity helps to keep the facilities at Manheim Community Farm Show well-maintained. We hope to see you again this year.

Manheim Community Farm Show

20th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament The tournament will be held

July 31, 2019 at Par

Line Golf Course near Elizabethtown

Type of play will be scramble and the tournament will start at 12:00 noon. The tournament will be limited to the first 32 foursomes on a first-come basis, so get your foursomes together and enter early. If you wish to be a “Corporate Sponsor”, an “Advertising Sponsor” or to sign up a foursome to play, CALL Earl Geib 664-3710 Hole Sponsors

Best of Lanc. Co. Longenecker’s Hatchery Speedwell Construction Agr. Basics

Buck’s Lawn Care Darrenkamp’s Markets Groff Custom Const. Inc. The Hess Agency Hyline/North America

Kreider Farms Manheim Ag Dept. Manheim Young Farmers Main Joy Unlimited Par Line Golf Course Risser’s Poultry, Inc.

Ruhl Insurance Swiss Premium Wengers Feed Mill White Oak Mills York Ag Products R011625

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2018 Manheim Community Farm Show Coloring Contest!

Turning Your Dreams Into Reality

Children ages 4-9 may enter the contest. All entries must be received at the information booth by

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No exhibitor number required.

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R010092

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1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners need to pick up a FREE French Fry voucher at the Farm Show Information booth after Tuesday 9 a.m. If not picked up, voucher will be forfeited.

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DEPARTMENT 12 — GRAINS, HAY

SECTION 1 — GRAIN AND SEED CROPS COMMITTEE Chairman - Lloyd Esbenshade - 717-665-5478 Gloria Myers Irma Esbenshade Loren & Karen Esbenshade 1. Entries not having the required specimens will be disqualified. 2. Exhibitors may enter in as many classes or subdivisions of classes as they wish, but no exhibitor shall make more than one entry in a subdivision for competition. 3. Youth categories (age 18 or younger) are the same as those listed for the open class. Youth may enter in the open classes, but a separate entry is necessary. 4. Competition is limited to crops grown by community growers in 2018. 5. The judges may withhold any premium for lack of merit or may award lower premiums if deemed best. 6. Entries will be received Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., and Monday 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. CLASS 1 — FIELD CORN (any hybrid or variety) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. 10 Ear Exhibit $7.00 $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 B. 30 Ear Exhibit 10.00 9.00 8.00 7.00 C. Grand Champion (10 or 30 ear exhibit) Rosette D. Longest Ear 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 E. Shelled Corn (1 gallon in clear plastic bag) 1. Dry 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 2. High Moisture 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 F. Ground Corn (1 gallon in clear plastic bag) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 CLASS 2 — POPCORN A. 5 Ears — White 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 B. 5 Ears — Yellow 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 C. 3 Ears — Strawberry, husks attached 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 D. 5 Ears — Pearly red 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 CLASS 3 — ORNAMENTAL CORN (5 ears, husks on, tied) A. 1. Normal size (not variegated) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 2. Normal size (variegated) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 B. 1. Dwarf (not variegated) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 2. Dwarf (variegated) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 CLASS 4 — GRAND CHAMPION OF CLASSES 2 & 3 ABOVE - Rosette CLASS 5 — SWEET CORN (any variety) A. 5 Ears — Yellow 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 B. 5 Ears — White 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 CLASS 6 — BROOM CORN — (tied) A. 5 stalks 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 CLASS 7 — SUNFLOWERS A. 1. Best Quality — Normal 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 2. Best Quality — Miniature 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 B. Largest size 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 CLASS 8 — HAY (bale slice - minimum 8” thick, dry) A. Perennial — 1st cutting (est. minimum of 1 year) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 1. Alfalfa (not more than 10% grass) 2. Alfalfa, Grass Mix (more than 10%, but not exceeding 50% grass) 3. Clover (not more than 20% grass) 4. Clover, Grass Mix (more than 20%, but not exceeding 50% grass) 5. Grass (not more than 10% legume) B. Perennial — (later cutting or spring seeding) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 1. Alfalfa (not more than 10% grass) 2. Alfalfa, Grass Mix (more than 10%, but not exceeding 50% grass) 3. Clover (not more than 20% grass) 4. Clover, Grass Mix (more than 20%, but not exceeding 50% grass) 5. Grass (not more than 10% legume) C. Annual 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 1. Any Species D. Grand Champion of Above Class - Rosette CLASS 9 — SMALL GRAIN (one quart jar, untreated, dry) A. Wheat 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 B. Barley 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 C. Oats 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00


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D. Rye 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 E. Soybeans 1. Yellow seedcoat 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 2. Green seedcoat 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3. Edible soybeans 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 F. Sunflowers 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 CLASS 10 — TOBACCO (15 leaves tied with string) A. Pennsylvania Type 1. Wrapper (cured) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 2. Filler (cured) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 3. Green (mostly uncured) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 B. Maryland Type 1. Cured 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 2. Green (mostly uncured) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 C. Burley 1. Cured 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 2. Green (mostly cured) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 D. Grand Champion of Above Classes - Rosette CLASS 11 — HAYLAGE (put in 1 gallon clear plastic ziploc bag) A. Perennial Legumes 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 B. Perennial Grasses 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 C. Annual Grasses 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 D. Grand Champion of Above Classes Rosette CLASS 12 — CORN SILAGE (put in 1 gallon clear plastic ziploc bag) A. Fresh 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 B. Cured 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 C. Grand Champion of Above Classes - Rosette CLASS 13 — SOYBEAN PLANTS (3 plants cut at soil level, tied) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 CLASS 14 — PEANUT PLANTS (3 plants, tied) 7.00 6.00 5.00 4.00

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DEPARTMENT 13 — VEGETABLES

Chairman - Rose Salada - 665-3233 RULES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING VEGETABLES 1. In selecting vegetables for exhibition, choose such specimens that will bring the highest market price. Do not select the largest; select medium-size specimens. If at all possible, do not mix varieties. 2. Consider the following: A. Trueness to variety type. If at all possible, pick the specimens from one variety. B. Uniformity in shape, size and color. C. Be sure to pick out a perfect specimen, then select the others as similar to it as possible. Never mix specimens of different maturity. D. Protect from dirt, disease, infection, and mechanical damage. Select specimens that are perfect and show no blemishes of any kind. E. Condition and maturity. Be sure that exhibits are of high quality. 3. Read premium material, carefully following all rules and their regulations. If any entry calls for 5 specimens, be sure to exhibit that number; do not enter 4 to 6. In any instance, your exhibits will be disqualified if the correct number of specimens are not entered. Entries such as root crops can be displayed with tops on if no class should contain both root and bunch breeds. 4. Entries will be received Sunday, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.; Monday 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. 5. Competitions in this department are limited to vegetables grown by exhibitor in Lancaster County. 6. Youth categories (age 14 or younger) in certain classes are labeled. PREMIUMS — $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

SECTION I B. White types CLASS - Green Vegetables ONLY C. Other 1. Beans - green shelled (1 pint) 10. Celery - 1 plant in soil A. Edible Soybeans A. Green types (Fordhook Pascal) B. Large seeded limas B. Yellow types (Fordhook Pascal) C. Small seeded limas 11. Cucumbers D. Horticultural A. Pickling (under 3”) 10 specimens 2. Beans - Lima (10) B. Pickles (3” to 5”) 5 specimens A. Large Seeded Pods C. Slicing (over 5”) 5 specimens B. Small Seeded Pods D. Burpling Cucumbers - 5 specimens 3. Beans - Snap (10) 12. Eggplant - 2 specimens Bush type 13. Endive - 1 plant in soil A. Flat green pod A. Broad leaved B. Flat wax pod B. Green curled C. Round green pod 14. Garlic - 5 bulbs (tops trimmed) D. Round wax pod 15. Gourds 4. Beets - specimens, 5 tops on 4” A. One variety - 5 specimens A. Globe-shaped B. Collection - 6 or more kinds, attractively B. Half long displayed and shellacked or waxed. 5. Broccoli - 1 large head C. Other - 2 specimens - hard shell gourds 6. Brussels Sprouts (10) used for crafting (like bird houses, painting 7. Cabbage - 1 head swans, etc.) A. Chinese types D. Savoy 16. Turks turban ornamental - 2 specimens B. Domestic round E. Flat 17. Kale - 1 plant in soil C. Red types F. Early Pointed 18. Kohlrabi - 2 specimens (tops off) 8. Carrots - 5 roots, topped A. Half long (pointed) 19. Leek - 5 stalks cut roots to 1” length B. Half long (stump rooted) 20. Lettuce - 1 plant in soil C. Long A. Leaf Lettuce 9. Cauliflower B. Heading Lettuce A. Purple types C. Romaine


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21. Muskmelons - 1 specimen A. Rough skin or Cantaloupe B. Smooth skin or Honeydew 22. Okra - 3 specimens 23. Onions - (bulbs) 5 specimens Mature for storage A. Bottle B. Red flat C. Sweet Spanish type D. White globe E. Yellow flat 24. Onions - (bulbing) 4 specimens A. Green bunching 25. Onions - (Sets) 1 pint Mature for storage A. Multiplier B. Red C. White D. Yellow Sets 26. Parsley - 5 separate, small bunches in water (2 or more stems tied together make 1 bunch) A. Curled type B. Plain type 27. Parsley - (root) 5 roots with tops A. Hamburg or Turnip rooted in glass container with water 28. Parsnips - 5 specimens, 4” tops on 29. Peas - 10 specimens A. Green shelled B. Pods C. Edible Pod Peas 30. Peppers - (Hot) A. Long type - 5 specimens 3” or more B. Round type - 5 specimens C. Small Jalapeno - 5 specimens D. Small less than 3"- 10 specimens 31. Peppers - Pimento stuffing - 5 specimens A. Green B. Red C. Yellow 32. Pepper (Sweet Bell or Bullnose shape) 5 specimens A. Green B. Red C. Other 33. Peppers (Sweet-Thin fleshed) 5 specimens A. Green B. Red C. Other 34. Potato (Youth & Adult classes) A. White Potato - White Skin 1. Any Variety - 5 tubers B. White Potato - Red Skin 1. Any Variety - 5 tubers C. White Potato - Any Other Skin Color 1. Any Variety - 5 tubers

D. Potato - Other Flesh Color 1. Any Variety - 5 tubers E. Grand Champion of Above Classes -Rosette F. Largest Single Tuber 1. White or Colored Skin Color G. Sweet Potato 1. Jersey Type - 5 roots 2. Puerto Rico Type - 5 roots 3. Pink type - 5 roots 4. Grand Champion of above sub-classes 5. Largest - 1 root, any type 35. Pumpkins - 1 specimen A. Winterneck (1) B. Casper or White (1) C. Jack-Be-Little (collection attractively displayed) D. Connecticut Field Type (1) E. New England Pie Type (1) F. Largest Pumpkin or Squash (specify weight) G. Green Striped H. Fairytale Pumpkin 36. Decorate a Halloween Pumpkin (Do not cut out) (Grades 1-6) Specify grade on entry ticket 37. Radishes - (Summer) 5 specimens A. Small round B. White Icicle 38. Radishes - (Winter) 5 specimens A. White long B. Black round 39. Rhubarb A. Any variety 5 stalks tied together 4” tops 40. Rutabagas A. 5 specimens Round - 4” tops on 41. Salisfy - Oyster Plant - 3 specimens topped 42. Squash - (Summer Types) 2 specimens A. Bush Scallop - Patty Pan B. Zucchini C. Crookneck D. Straightneck E. Spaghetti Squash 43. Squash - (Winter Types) A. Acorn - Table Queen (2) B Boston Marrow or Delicious (1) C. Butternut (1) D. Hubbard - Blue (1) E. Buttercup F. Delicata (2) G. Sweet Dumpling (3) 44. Swiss Chard A. Any variety 1 stalk in soil 45. Tomatoes - Large fruited 5 specimens A. Italian


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DEPARTMENT 14 — FRUIT AND NUTS

SECTION 1 — FRUIT COMMITTEE Chairman - Carol Fay - 838-5655, Kathie Spesak - 606-2352, Shannon Mauzy - 665-1932 RULES 1. An exhibit of fruit shall be of good size, shape and color; not overgrown, as nearly alike as possible, free of blemishes, insects and injury. 2. Competition in this department is limited to fruit grown by exhibitor (except Class 10). 3. Not more than one exhibit may be entered by an exhibitor in any one category. 4. Exhibits will be received by the committee Sunday 2:00-5:00 p.m. and Monday 7:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. 5. Exhibits may not be removed before 8:30 p.m. Friday. 6. A class of fruit shall consist of five specimens unless otherwise noted. 7. Youth categories (age 18 or younger) are the same as those listed for the open class. PREMIUM LIST Classes 1-9 & 12: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.00 Classes 10 & 11: 1st — $7.00 2nd — $6.00 3rd — $5.00 4th — $4.00 CLASS 1. APPLES A. Baldwin B. Cortland C. Empire D. Fugi E. Golden Delicious F. Granny Smith G. Grimes Golden H. Ida Red I. Jonathan J. Jonagold K. Mcintosh

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 Y.  5 varieties 1 each of any 5 varieties — identified Z. Crabapple — 6 2. PEARS A. Bartlett B. Red Bartlett C. Kiefer D. Seckle E. Any others 3. QUINCES A. Any Variety

10. FRUIT BASKETS — Good A. American quality, displayed attractively. B. Oriental All fresh and natural fruits and 6. PLUMS nuts. 7. PAW-PAW 11. DIAMOND DISPLAY — 8. LARGEST APPLE — 16 apples, any of class by weight 1 variety 9. SUN GRAPHICS ON 12. Figs APPLES SECTION 2 — EDIBLE NUTS 1. All nuts must have been grown by exhibitor within the past year. 2. All varieties shall consist of 15 specimens unless otherwise noted. 3. Kernels are to be displayed in pint jars. PREMIUM LIST Classes 1-10: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.00 Classes 11 &12: 1st — $5.00 2nd — $4.00 3rd — $2.00

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DEPARTMENT 15 — HOME & DAIRY PRODUCTS

SECTION 1 — BAKED PRODUCTS Chairlady — Michele Shenk - 653-0262 Cindy Barrett, Lucille Greiner Barbara Hess Diane Kensinger Lorraine Wenzel See page 13 for Roxy Dowlin, Janet Pepper, (Orpha Stevens — Chairlady of Sale of Baked Goods) 65th Anniversary 1. Entries must be baked or made by the exhibitor. Each item can only be entered in one category. Funny Cake Pie Contest 2. Competition in this section is limited to baked goods from Lancaster County. (Exception with Homemade Chocolate Cake, Apple Pie Contest and Angel Food Contest) 3. Items will be judged on general appearance, flavor, consistency and texture. 4. All entries should be entered on disposable plates and wrapped. Items will not be accepted on a returnable plate. 5. The Baked Products Section is unable to accept any entries that require refrigeration, due to the delay between the entry day and the judging. This includes cream cheese, frostings, and fillings. Also, no baked cream cheese fillings. (See Specialty Section for their rules.) 6. Decorated Cakes will be judged on appearance only and will be sold at the auction. Decorations must be edible. 7. Baked entries will be accepted from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Monday and from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. Tuesday. 8. Address labels for Adult entries would be appreciated. 9. Baked goods will be sold immediately after judging takes place. *(See rule #10) 10. All 1st place entries, as well as 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place specialty winners, will be auctioned on Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. 11. 1st place Youth will receive 50% of what their item brings at Tuesday evening auction at 6:15 p.m. Youth are welcome to come and help auction their item that evening. Prizes 1st 2nd 3rd 4th CLASS 1 — BREADS — NO YEAST $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 To consist of 1 rectangular loaf or 7 rolls of uniforms shape & size, wrap in plastic bag. A. Biscuits C. Date Bread E. Nut Bread G. Banana Bread B. Coffee Cake D. Muffins F. Pumpkin Bread H. Miscellaneous CLASS 2 — YEAST, BREAD AND ROLLS Prizes 1st 2nd 3rd 4th $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 To consist of 1 rectangular loaf or 7 rolls of uniform shape & size, wrap in plastic bag. A. Cinnamon Rolls G. Whole Wheat Bread B. Coffee Cake H. Whole Wheat Rolls C. Doughnuts I. Sticky Buns D. Rye Bread J. Miscellaneous E. White Bread F. White Rolls ®

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CLASS 5 - ANGEL FOOD CAKE 1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident. One entry per person. 2. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this Angel Food Cake Contest at any other fair in 2018. 3. Entry must be an Angel Food Cake made from “scratch.” 4. Pennsylvania produced & packed eggs are requested to be used if at all possible. Please look for the PEQAP or PA Preferred logo or PA packaging dates on carton. 5. Refrigeration in NOT available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after the judging for food safety reasons. 6. The entire cake entry must be submitted for judging on cardboard. (All pans, plates & dishes are considered to be disposable and will not be returned.) 7. Recipe(s) listing all the ingredients and the preparation instructions must be submitted with the entry (printed on one-side of 8-1/2”x11” size paper). Entrant’s name, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. (All recipes and cakes will become the property of the fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned. 8. Judging will be based on the following criteria: Flavor (smell, taste, flavoring) 30 points First Place Winner is eligible for the 2019 PA Inside Characteristics (texture, lightness) 25 points Farm Show competition. Prizes for the PA Overall Appearance (surface, size, color) 20 points State Angel Food Cake Winners: Creativity 15 points 1st = $500 2nd = $250 3rd = $100 Topping, Icing or Decoration 10 points

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2. Other Bar Cookies C. Dropped Cookies D. Molded Cookies (Shaped with hands) 1. Peanut Butter 2. Snickerdoodles 3. Other

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CLASS 11 — MISCELLANEOUS HOME PRODUCTS $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 A. Butter — one pound C. Lard — one quart E. Potato Chips — one quart B. Cheese — 1/2 pound D. Noodles — one quart F. Salted Nuts — 1/2 pint *YOUTH GROUP — Including 18 years* $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 CLASS 12 — COOKIES (7 cookies on plate) C. Cupcakes E. Filled Cookies G. Whoopie Pies A. Drop Cookies B. Bar Cookies D. Toll House/Chocolate Chip Cookies F. Miscellaneous CLASS 13 — P  A PREFERRED CLASSIC COOKIE, BROWNIE OR BAR BAKING CONTEST. See rules on page 73 CLASS 14 — BREAD — One loaf A. Quick Bread 1. Loaf 2 Muffins B. Yeast Bread - One rectangular loaf or 7 rolls of uniform shape & size, wrap in a plastic bag.

1. White Bread 2. Whole Wheat Bread 3. White Rolls 4. Whole Wheat Rolls C. Miscellaneous CLASS 15 — PIES A. One Crust Pie

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CLASS 6 2018 HOMEMADE CHOCOLATE CAKE CONTEST

1. Participant must be an individual amateur baker who is a Pennsylvania resident. One entry per person. 2.  Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this Homemade Chocolate Cake contest at any other fair in 2017. 3. Entry must be a layered chocolate cake made from scratch. Premade mixes are not acceptable ingredients. 4. Entry must be frosted and frosting must be made from “scratch”. 5. Cake recipe must feature chocolate or cocoa as a main ingredient. 6. The entire cake entry must be submitted for judging on cardboard or other food safe disposable setting. (All pans, plates and dishes are considered to be disposable and will not be returned.) 7. Recipes must be submitted with the entry, printed on one side of 8 1/2 x 11” paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and the preparation instructions. Entrant’s name, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. (All recipes and cakes will become property of the fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned) 8.  Refrigeration in not available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons. 10. Judging criteria: Flavor: aroma, taste, good balance of flavorings 30 points Texture: moist and tender crumb, not soggy or dry 25 points Inside Characteristics: even grain, Prizes: evenly baked, free from 1st - $25 air pockets 20 points Outside Characteristics: consistant 2nd - $20 shape, size, surface; 3rd - $15 outside appeal 15 points Frosting: taste, texture, even color 10 points Total - 100 points First Place Winner is eligible for the 2019 PA Farm Show competition.

CLASS 13 2018 PA Preferred™ JUNIOR BAKING CONTEST COOKIES, BROWNIES AND BARS 1. Participant must be an individual amateur baker (age 8 through and including 18 years old) who is a Pennsylvania resident. One entry per person. 2. Entrant may NOT have won 1st place in the PA Preferred™ Junior Baking Contest at any other fair in 2018. 3. Entry must be a plate of six (6) individual sized portions of the baked entry item. 4. Entries must be made from scratch. Pre-made mixes are not acceptable ingredients. 5. At least two (2) PA Preferred™ ingredients must be used in the recipe. Some examples are PA Preferred™ grains such as oats or flour, butter, milk, eggs, fruits and/or vegetables. 6. Entry must be submitted for judging on a food safe disposable setting. (All pans, plates and dishes are considered to be disposable and will not be returned.) 7. The PA Preferred™ingredients must be listed clearly in the ingredient list. Specifying the ingredients and the company made/grew them. Recipe(s) must be submitted with the entry, printed on one side of 8 1/2 x 11” paper. (ex: PA Preferred Eggs - Weis brand; PA Preferred Milk - Galliker's brand; PA Preferred Berries - Strite's Orchards). Entrant's name, age, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. (All recipes and cookies-brownies-bars will become the property of the Fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned.) 8. A P  A Preferred™logo is not required because not all PA Preferred™ products carry the label. The name of the ingredient and the source is sufficient. For a list of acceptable products visit papreferred.com. Additionally, PA Preferred™ staff will assist in locating PA Preferred™ ingredients as needed. 9. Refrigeration is not available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons. 10. Judging criteria: Flavor: aroma, taste, good balance of flavorings 30 points Texture: appropriate for the type of cookie, brownie or bar 25 points Inside Characteristics: even grain, evenly baked, free from air pockets 20 points Outside Characteristics: uniform size, shape, appearance; overall appeal 15 points creativity 10 points Total - 100 points

Premiums for the 2019 PA FARM SHOW competition 1st - $500 2nd - $250 3rd - $100 4th - Rosette Ribbon 5th - Rosette Ribbon

Released by PA State Association of County Fairs: January 2018

CLASS 8 31ST ANNUAL BLUE RIBBON APPLE PIE CONTEST RULES

1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident. One entry per person 2. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this Blue Ribbon Apple Pie Contest at any other fair in 2018. 3. Entry to be a pie that must include at least 60% apple in the filling. It does not need to be a “traditional” two crusted apple pie and it can have a variety of fillings. 4. The entire pie must be submitted for judging in a disposable pie pan. All pans, plates and dishes are considered to be disposable and will not be returned. 5. Recipe must be submitted with the entry for the pie and pie crust, printed on one side of a 8 1/2 x 11” paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and the preparation instructions. Entrant’s name, address and phone number must be printed in the back side of all the pages. (All recipes & cakes become property of the fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned) 6. Refrigeration in not available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons. 7. Judging criteria: Flavor Filling: consistency, doneness, moistness, & flavor Crust: color, flavor, texture, doneness Overall Appearance Creativity

30 points 25 points 20 points 15 points 10 points

Prizes: 1st - $10 2nd - $5 3rd - $4 4th - $3

First Place Winner is eligible for the 2019 PA Farm Show competition.

Prizes for the PA State Blue Ribbon Apple Pie Winners: 1st - $500 2nd - $250 3rd - $100 4th - Ribbon 5th - Ribbon

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PRIZES: 1st - $20 2nd - $15 3rd - $10 First Place Winner is eligible for the 2018 PA Farm Show competition.

Premiums for 2019 PA Farm Show Competition

1st - $500 2nd - $250 3rd - $100 4th - Rosette Ribbon 5th - Rosette Ribbon SPONSORS: PA PreferredTM Released by PA State Association of County Fairs: January 2017

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• Giant Food Stores,  store brand eggs • Weis Markets,  store brand eggs

• Phil-Jon Farms • Vale Wood Farms • Turner Dairy Farms • Perrydell Dairy • Hilltop Country Barn • Way-Har Farms • Crystal Spring Farm • Maplehofe Dairy • Calkins Creamery • Marburger Dairy • Pure Country Dairy • Harrisburg Dairies • Lapp Valley Farm • Berkey Creamery at Penn State • Jackson Farms

• Fulton's Dairy • Bookamer Family Farm • Le-Ara Farms • Wentworth Dairy • Wholesome Dairy Farms • Creamworks • Schneider's Dairy • Schneider-Valley Farms • Guer's Dairy • Ritchey's Dairy • Galliker's Dairy • Kreider Farms • Giant Food Stores,  store brand milk • Weis Markets,  store brand milk

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Jr. PA Preferred Baking Contest Recipe: Ashlee's Apple Crisp Bars Ingredients Shortbread Crust ¼ cup brown sugar, packed ½ teaspoon vanilla extract ¼ cups all purpose flour ½ cup (1 stick) unsalted butter (PA PreferredTM Lapp Valley Farm) Apple Filling 4 cups apples, peeled, cored and thinly sliced (PA PreferredTM Barefoot Farm) 2 tablespoons flour ¼ cup sugar Crisp topping ½ cup brown sugar ¼ cup sugar ¾ cup flour 1 teaspoon cinnamon ½ teaspoon salt 1/3 cup chilled butter, cut into ½-inch cubes

Instructions Shortbread Crust 1. Preheat oven to 350° F. Line a 8x8 pan with parchment paper, leaving extra hanging over the ends, spray with cooking spray. 2. In a large mixing bowl, beat together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about 2-3 minutes. Add vanilla and milk until combined. Add flour and mix until combined and dough is crumbly. 3. Press dough evenly into bottom of prepared pan. Bake for 12-14 minutes, until dough is slightly puffed. Remove from oven and set aside, maintain oven temperature. Apple Filling 4. In a large bowl, combine apples, flour and sugar. Mix until apples are thoroughly coated. Arrange apples on baked crust. Crisp Topping 5. In a medium bowl, mix together first five ingredients. With a pastry blender or two knives, cut in butter until mixture is crumbly. Spread topping over apples in an even layer. 6. Bake uncovered at 350°F for 45 minutes, or until topping is golden and apple mixture is bubbly. Let cool, lift apple crisp using the extra parchment paper at the ends as handles and cut into bars.

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RULES 1. All canned goods must be in clear, standard (half-pint, pint or quart) canning jars. 2. Jams, jellies, butters, preserves, conserves & marmalades may be in standard jelly jars and must be heat sealed in boiling water bath. Because different fruits require different processing times, consult a curent Ball canning book for proper times. 3. All entries must be sealed and include rings and lids that are clean and free from rust. 4. For the most part, judging will be done on general appearances such as uniformity of food size, color and clearness of liquid. Jars may need to be opened, however when spoilage is suspected or differences among entries is very small. In that case these items will be marked "opened" by the judges and should not be eaten when the event is over. The fair management is not responsible for spoilage of any canned good during exhibition. Any foods that are considered hazardous to consume will be disposed of including the jar that contains the food. NOTE: Jams, jellies, marmalades, conserves, fruit butters and preserves will be opened and tasted for judging. 5. It is suggested, but NOT required, that exhibits be labeled with the name of the product, date preserved and method of preservation. Example: Peaches, hot pack, boiling water canner, 20 min., July 2018; Spaghetti Sauce, hot pack, pressure canner, 11 lbs. pressure for 45 min., July 2018. 6. All entries must have been preserved within the last 12 months. 7. Judges will not award a premium unless the exhibit is worthy. Exhibits without competition will be judged on their own merit and will receive an award only if determined worthy by the judges. 8. Entries will be received on Sunday from 2 until 5 p.m. and Monday from 7 until 10 a.m. PREMIUM LIST Division 1 — Display Prizes: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.00 CLASS 1 — CANNED FRUIT - A display of canned fruit consisting of five quart jars each containing a different kind of fruit. CLASS 2 — CANNED VEGETABLES - A display of canned vegetables consisting of five quart jars each containing a different kind of vegetable. Division 2 — Individual Prizes: 1st — $3.00 2nd — $2.00 3rd — $1.00 CLASS 1 — FRUIT (include rings on jars) Headspace should be 1/2”. A. Apples F. Cherries, sweet dark K. Peaches, White P. Pineapple B. Applesauce G. Cherries, sweet light L. Pears Q. Plums C. Applesauce, mixed H. Fruit Salad M. Pie Filling, apple R. Rhubarb D. Apricots I. Grapes N. Pie Filling, cherry S. Other E. Cherries, sour J. Peaches, Yellow O. Pie Filling, other NOTE: Clear Jell is the only thickener approved by the USDA for canned pie filling because it allows heat to enter the center of the jar during processing. CLASS 2 — BERRIES (include rings on jars) Headspace should be 1/2”. A. Blackberries B. Blueberries C. Elderberries D. Raspberries, black E. Raspberries, red F. Other CLASS 3 — VEGETABLES (include rings on jars) Headspace should be 1” with the exception of tomatoes and sauerkraut which should have 1/2” headspace. A. Asparagus F. Beans, lima K. Corn, yellow P. Soup, vegetable U. Tomatoes, crushed B. Beans, cut green G. Beets, plain diced L. Corn, white Q. Soup, other V. Tomatoes, stewed C. Beans, whole green H. Beets, plain whole M. Mixed Vegetables R. Spinach W. Tomatoes, whole D. Beans, cut yellow I. Carrots, cut N. Peas, hulled S. Succotash X. Zucchini E. Beans, whole yellow J. Carrots, whole O. Sauerkraut T. Tomatoes, cut Y. Other CLASS 4 — JUICES (include rings on jars) Headspace should be 1/4” for apple and grape, 1/2” for other juices. A. Apple B. Grape C. Tomato D. Other CLASS 5 — JAMS — Jams are a thick, sweet spread with pieces of crushed or minced fruit. Jams must be heat sealed in boiling water bath. Consult Ball canning book for processing times. Headspace should be 1/4”. Include rings on jars. NO PARAFFIN A. Apple E. Cherry I. Pear M. Raspberry, black Q. Zucchini B. Apricot F. Elderberry J. Pepper N. Raspberry, red R. Combination Of Fruits C. Blackberry G. Grape K. Pineapple O. Strawberry S. Other D. Blueberry H. Peach L. Plum P. Tomato CLASS 6 — JELLIES — Jellies are a clear, sweet spread made from fruit juice, pectin and sugar which holds its shape when unmolded. Jellies must be heat sealed in boiling water bath. Consult Ball canning book for processing times. Headspace should be 1/4”. Include rings on jars. NO PARAFFIN A. Apple E. Elderberry I. Peach M. Raspberry, red B. Blackberry F. Grape, red J. Plum N. Strawberry C. Blueberry G. Grape, white K. Quince O. Combination Of Fruits D. Cherry H. Mint L. Raspberry, black P. Other CLASS 7 — MARMALADES — Marmalades are soft fruit jellies containing small pieces of fruit or peel evenly suspended in the transparent jelly. Marmalades must be heat sealed in boiling water bath. Consult Ball canning book for processing times. Headspace should be 1/4”. Include rings on jars. NO PARAFFIN A. Peach B. Orange C. Grape D. Other


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CLASS 8 — CONSERVES — Conserves are jam-like products made by cooking two or more fruits with sugar until the mixture will either round up in a spoon, like jam, or else flake from it as in the jelly test. Conserves must be heat sealed in boiling water bath. Consult Ball canning book for processing times. Headspace should be 1/4”. Include rings on jars. NO PARAFFIN A. Specify fruit content. CLASS 9 — FRUIT BUTTERS — Fruit butters must be heat sealed in boiling water bath. Consult Ball canning book for processing times. Headspace should be 1/4”. Include rings on jars. NO PARAFFIN A. Apple D. Peach F. Plum B. Apricot E. Pear G. Other C. Grape CLASS 10 — PRESERVES — Preserves are made from firm, whole, small fruits or uniform pieces of larger fruits in clear, thick syrup. Preserves must be heat sealed in boiling water bath. Consult Ball canning book for processing times. Headspace should be 1/4". Include rings on jars. NO PARAFFIN A. Apple D. Grape G. Quince J. Strawberry B. Blackberry E. Peach H. Raspberry, black K. Other C. Cherry F. Plum I. Raspberry, red CLASS 11 — PICKLES AND PICKLED PRODUCTS (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1/2”. A. Beans, pickled G. Pears, spiced L. Pickles, dill B. Beets, pickled H. Peppers, filled M. Pickles, whole sour C. Cantaloupe, spiced I. Peppers, hot N. Pickles, sweet D. Chow Chow J. Peppers, other O. Pickles, other E. Crabapple, spiced K. Pickles, bread P. Watermelon, spiced F. Peaches, spiced & butter Q. Other CLASS 12 — VINEGARS (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1/4”. A. Fruit B. Herb C. Other CLASS 13 — SAUCES (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1/2” . A. Barbecue C. Pizza E. Spaghetti G. Ketchup B. Chili D. Salsa F. Tomato H. Other CLASS 14 — RELISHES (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1/2”. A. Corn B. Cucumber C. Zucchini D. Other (specify content) CLASS 15 — MEATS (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1”. A. Beef C. Pork E. Scrapple G. Other B. Chicken D. Sausage F. Sirloin CLASS 16 — DRIED FOODS A. Apples E. Beans, soy I. Onions M. Plums Q. Tomatoes, yellow B. Apricots F. Beans, string J. Parsley N. Saffron R. Zucchini C. Beans, kidney G. Beans, other K. Peaches O. Tea S. Other D. Beans, lima H. Corn L. Pears P. Tomatoes, red CLASS 17 — HOMEMADE SOAP A. Molded B. Carved Division 3 — Youth (Ages 14 & under) CLASS 1 — JAMS A. Apples B. Grape C. Peach D. Strawberry E. Other CLASS 2 — JELLIES A. Apples B. Grape C. Mint D. Peach E. Strawberry F. Other

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DEPARTMENT 17 — FLORAL EXHIBITS

COMMITTEE Chairman - Cathy Stehman - 664-2082 Kathryn Fry Sue Hess Doris Kready Judy Roth Jean Shelly Melissa Stehman

See page 13 for a Special Antique Category

RULES 1. The use of or displaying of artificial flowers is prohibited. 2. Plants positively will not be accepted for exhibition unless they have been growing in containers for two months. 3.  Flowers or plants entered for competition must be of more than ordinary standard and quality to be entitled to an award. 4. All entries must be grown by exhibitor except in arrangement classes. 5. No exhibitor may enter more than one exhibit for competition in any class. 6. Entries received — Sunday 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Monday 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. 7. Pots not to exceed 10” in width. 8. Extra large & bushy plants cannot be received. No larger than 36” in diameter and 18” high. 9. All entries are limited to Lancaster County. SECTION 1 — HOUSEPLANTS Showing Tips — The largest plant is not always the best plant — trim off all dead and faded blooms and leaves. PREMIUMS: 1st — $5.00 2nd — $4.00 3rd — $3.00 4th — $2.00 Best Of Show - Foliage — Rosette Best Of Show - Flowering Plant — Rosette CLASS 11. African Violet - Double - Purple One Crown Only 12. African Violet - Double - White 1. African Violet - Single - Blue 13. African Violet - Double - Bi-Color 2. African Violet - Single - Pink 14. African Violet - Double - Lavender 3. African Violet - Single - Purple 15. Aloe Vera 4. African Violet - Single - Red 16. Miniature Violet 5. African Violet - Single - White 17. Baby Tears 6. African Violet - Single - Bi-Color 18. Begonia - Wax Single and Double - including 7. African Violet - Single - Lavender hanging basket 8. African Violet - Double - Red 19. Begonia - Tuberou - including hanging basket 9. African Violet - Double - Blue 20. Begonia - Large leaf foilage type 10. African Violet - Double - Pink 21. Begonia - Small leaf foilage type

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22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

Begonia - Large Angel Wing Begonia - Flowering Angel Wing Cactus - 1 plant Cactus - 1 plant (Holiday or Christmas) Cactus - 3 or more different plants in 1 container Coleus Croton Dish Garden - 3 or more foliage plants in low container Fern - Boston - Hanging Basket Fern - Boston Fern - Maidenhair Fern Asparagus - including hanging basket Fern - Footed (Rabbit, Deer, etc.) Fern - any other type - including hanging basket Fruited - Jer. Cherry, Orange, etc. Ornamental Pepper Orchid Geranium - any color or variety Hanging Basket - Geranium Hanging Basket - Foilage Hanging Basket - Swedish Ivy Hanging Basket - Ivy and other variety

44. Hanging Basket - Spider Plant 45. Hanging Basket - Wandering Jew - small leaf 46. Hanging Basket - Wandering Jew - large leaf 47. Hanging Basket - Blooming 48. Hanging Basket - Bridal Veil 49. Hanging Basket - Impatiens 50. Herb - 1 to 3 plants in a container 51. Impatiens 52. Ivy - Any variety 53. Joseph’s Coat 54. Pothos - including hanging basket 55. Prayer Plant 56. Shamrock Plant 57. Specimen Foliage Plant - under 18” excl. container 58. Specimen Foliage Plant - under 36” excl. container 59. Succulents (Hen and Chicks, Sedum, Rick Rack etc.) 60. Jade 61. Any other Meritorious Flowering houseplant 62. Moses & the Bull Rushes 63. Mandavilla Flowering Plant 64. Bonsai

SECTION 2 — SPECIMEN FLOWERS PREMIUMS - 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.50 4th — $2.00 Best of show for Dahlia — Rosette, Best of show for Rose — Rosette Best of show for other Flower — Rosette Exhibits in these classes must be grown by the exhibitor and must conform to the number of blooms or stems as specified in each class. Each exhibit should be uniform in size and same color, unless specified otherwise. NO styrofoam cups may be used. CLASS ( Please do not use styrofoam cups for specimen classes) 1. Ageratum - 3 stems 2. Asters - 3 blooms 3. Asters - Hardy - 3 stems 4. Bells of Ireland - 1 stem 5. Berry-bearing shrubs, 1 stem under 20” 6. Butterfly Bush Flower - 3 stems 7. Holly - 1 stem under 20” 8. Calendula - 3 blooms 9. Celosia - Crested red - 1 bloom 10. Celosia - Crested rose - 1 bloom 11. Celosia - Crested pink 12. Celosia - Crested - any other color 13. Celosia - Plume red - 3 blooms 14. Celosia - Plume yellow - 3 blooms 15. Celosia - Plume orange - 3 blooms 16. Celosia - Plume pink, etc. - 3 blooms 17. Celosia - Spikes - 3 stems 18. Cleome - Spiderflower - 3 blooms 19. Chrysanthemums - Large flowers - 3 blooms 20. Chrysanthemums - Medium flowers - 3 blooms 21. Chrysanthemums - Small flowers - 3 blooms 22. Chrysanthemums - Button - 3 blooms 23. Chrysanthemums - 3 sprays 24. Coleus - Large leaf - 3 slips 25. Coleus - Small leaf - 3 slips 26. Coleus - Fringed leaf - 3 slips 26A. Coneflower - 3 blooms 27. Coreopsis - 3 blooms 28. Cosmos - 3 blooms 29. Gerber Daisies - 3 blooms 30. Daisies - any other type - 3 blooms 31. Dahlia - Cactus - 1 bloom - large 8”-10” 32. Dahlia - Cactus - 1 bloom - medium 6”-8” 33. Dahlia - Cactus - 1 bloom - small 4”-6” 34. Dahlia - Cactus - same or mixed colors - 3 blooms 35. Dahlia - Decorative - 1 bloom - large 8”-10” 36. Dahlia - Decorative - 1 bloom - medium 6”-8”

37. Dahlia - Decorative - 1 bloom - small 4”-6” 38. Dahlia - Decorative - same or mixed color - 3 blooms 39. Dahlia - Pompom - 1 bloom 40. Dahlia - Pompom - 3 blooms 41. Dahlia - Single - 1 bloom 42. Dahlia - Single - 3 blooms 43. Dahlia - Collarette - 1 bloom 44. Dahlia - Collarette - 3 blooms 45. Dianthus - 3 blooms 46. Dusty Miller - 3 stems 47. Firethorn - 1 stem under 20” 48. Gaillardia - 3 blooms 49. Geranium - 3 blooming slips 50. Gladiolus - Small - 1 spike 51. Gladiolus - Large - 1 spike 52. Hydrangea - 2 blooms 53. Impatiens - 3 slips 53A. Iris - 1 bloom 54. Joseph’s Coat - 3 stems 55. Lavendar - 3 stems 56. Lisianthus - 1 stem 57. Marigolds - Large yellow - 3 blooms 58. Marigolds - Large orange - 3 blooms 59. Marigolds - Small bi-color - 3 blooms 60. Marigolds - Small yellow - 3 blooms 61. Marigolds - Small orange - 3 blooms 62. Marigolds - Single - 3 blooms 63. Marigolds - White - 3 blooms 64. Miniature Purple Hollyhock - 3 stems 65. Nasturtium - 3 blooms 66. Pansy - 3 blooms 67. Petunia - Solid color - 3 blooms - single 67A. Petunia - Solid color - 3 blooms - double 68. Petunia - Bi-color - 3 blooms - single 68A. Petunia - Bi-color - 3 blooms - double 69. Petunia - Bi-color - verigated - 3 blooms 70. Rose - Hybrid Tea - Red - 1 stem


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SECTION 3 — ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS PREMIUMS - 1st — $6.00 2nd — $5.00 3rd — $4.00 4th — $3.00 BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE 1. Arrangement - Centerpiece Fresh Flowers 2. Arrangement - Featuring one or more candles 3. Arrangement - Foilage - no flowers 4. Arrangement - Dried Materials 5. Basket Arrangement - Dried Materials 6. Arrangement - Thanksgiving - Fresh or Dried accessories permitted 7. Arrangement - Fresh herb - 3 or more varieties 8. Arrangement - Miniature - Fresh flowers - under 4” 9. Arrangement - Miniature - Dried materials -under 4” 10. Arrangement - Depicting Farming - Fresh or Dried accessories permitted 11. Arrangement - fresh flowers 1 side 12. Door Arrangement - Fresh or Dried

13. Arrangement in most unusual container (Dried or Fresh) 14. Most artistic arrangement fresh or dried 15. Dried Mounted Arrangement 16. Pressed Flowers under Glass 17. Dried Flower under Glass 18. Terrarium - in covered glass container 19. Wreath - Nut or Pinecone 20. Wreath - Dried Herbs 21. Wreath - Dried Materials 22. Wildflower Arrangement 23. White Arrangement - Fresh Flowers 24. Fairy Garden - container under 24" square NOTE: Wreath may include ribbon, bow, natural or dried materials only.

SECTION 4 — CHILDREN’S ARRANGEMENTS PREMIUMS: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.50 4th — $2.00 BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE Child must be in kindergarten - sixth grades. The use of artificial flowers is prohibited. CLASS 1. Arrangement - In animal container - Fresh - Grades K-3 2. Arrangement - In animal container - Fresh - Grades 4-6 3. Arrangement - Unusual container - Fresh - Grades K-3 4. Arrangement - Unusual container - Fresh - Grades 4-6 5. Arrangement - Halloween - Fresh or Dried - Grades K-3 6. Arrangement - Halloween - Fresh or Dried - Grades 4-6 7. Arrangement - Holiday - Fresh or Dried - Grades K-3 8.  Arrangement - Holiday - Fresh or Dried - Grades 4-6 9. Arrangement - Fall - Fresh or Dried - Grades K-3 10. Arrangement - Fall - Fresh or Dried - Grades 4-6 11. Arrangement - Depicting a sport - Fresh or Dried - Grades K-3

12. Arrangement - Depicting a sport - Fresh or Dried - Grades 4-6 13. Arrangement - Miniature - under 4” - Fresh or Dried - Grades K-3 14. Arrangement - Miniatures - under 4” - Fresh or Dried - Grades 4-6 15. Cactus - 1 or more plants 16. Terrarium 17. Wreath - Fresh or Dried - materials may include ribbon and a bow

1. Terrarium 2. Dish Garden - 3 plants in one container 3. Cactus - 1 or more plants in one container 4. Succulents - 1 plant 5. Arrangement - Miniature - Fresh under 4” 6. Arrangement - Miniature - Dried under 4” 7. Arrangement - Depicting a sport - Fresh or Dried

8. Arrangement - Depicting a Holiday - Fresh or Dried 9. Arrangement - In an unusual container 10. Arrangement - Fresh Flowers 11. Arrangement - Dried Materials 12. Wreath - Fresh - Dried materials may include ribbon and a bow.

SECTION 5 — YOUTH ARRANGEMENTS PREMIUMS: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.50 4th — $2.00 BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE Youth in grades 7-12. The use of artificial flowers is prohibited. CLASS

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DEPARTMENT 18 — NEEDLECRAFT AND HANDWORK

COMMITTEE Chairlady - Denise Hess - 665-7295 RULES 1. Article must be completed by exhibitor since September 2017. See page 13 2. Articles that have taken premiums previously cannot compete again. for a T-shirt 3. Entries will be received Sunday 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Monday morning 7:30 to 10:00 a.m. Design 4.  The judges may withhold any premium for lack of merit or may award second or third premium only, if deemed best. Contest 5. Each exhibit to consist of one item. 6. Pictures must be framed and wired for hanging on pegboard hooks. 7. Pick up after 8:30 p.m. Friday. 8. All clothing must be laundered, odor free and entered on hangers. 9. Best of Show ribbons will be given to articles that display a high degree of creativity and talent as deemed by the judges. SECTION 1 - CLOTHING - please have on hangers

SECTION 2 — NEEDLEWORK D. Silk or Blend Fabric Dress $5.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 CLASS E. Knit Fabric Dress 1. APRONS Best of Show 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F. Two-Piece Dress $10.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 G. Jumper/Jumpsuit A. Child’s Apron 5. LINGERIE B. Adult Apron A. Child’s Pajamas or Nightgown 2. CHILDREN’S CLOTHING 1st 2nd 3rd 4th B. Housecoat or Bath Robe A. Boy’s Two-piece Outfit $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.50 C. Lady’s Nightgown or Pajamas B. Girl’s Two-piece Outfit 6. SKIRTS AND BLOUSES C. Coat A. Cotton Shirt D. Girl’s Dress (Infant to size 3) B. Blouse - Sleeveless E. Girl’s Dress (sizes 4-8) C. Blouse with Sleeves F. Girl’s Dress (sizes 9-14) D. Men’s Shirts G. Smocked Dress E. Culottes/Shorts H. Special Occasion Outfit F. Skirt I. Shirt, Blouse, Sweatshirt G. Lady’s Slacks J. Jumpers H. Sports/Exercise Outfit K. Play Clothes I. Jacket 3. COATS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1. Unlined $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 2. Lined 4. DRESSES J. Vest A. Better Dresses $5.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 1. Casual 2. Dressy 7. COSTUMES B. Evening Dress A. Childrens B. Adults C. Wedding Dress $6.00 $5.50 $5.00 $4.50

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CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 1. CENTERPIECES (under 12”) A. Crochet Edge F. Machine Embroidered B. Crochet (solid) G. Misc. C. Embroidered H. Patchwork D. Solid Tatting I. Quilted E. Loom 2. CENTERPIECES (over 12”) A. Crochet edge F. Machine Embroidered B. Crochet (solid) G. Misc. C. Embroidered H. Patchwork D. Solid Tatting I. Quilted E. Loom 3. PILLOWCASES A. Crochet Edge B. Embroidered C. Machine Embroidered D. Misc. 4. DRESSER SCARFS A. Crocheted edge B. Crocheted (solid) C. Embroidered D. Machine Embroidered E. Misc. 5. TABLECLOTHS A. Crocheted edge B. Embroidered C. Crocheted (solid) D. Machine Embroidered E. Misc. 6. TABLERUNNERS A. Hand Embroidered B. Patchwork C. Quilted D. Machine Embroidered E. Misc. 7. TOWELS A. Crochet edge B. Embroidered C. Machine Embroidered D. Misc. 8. PILLOWS A. Crewel G. Patchwork B. Crocheted H. Counted Cross-Stitch C. Embroidered I. Quilted D. Knitted J. Machine Embroidered E. Novelty F. Woven 9. KNITTING AND CROCHETING Best of Show 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Rosette & $10.00 $10.00 $8.00 $7.00 $6.00 A. Knit Afghan 1. Ripple 2. Misc. B. CROCHETED AFGHAN 1. Afghan Stitch 2. Granny Square 3. Ripple 4. Embroidered 5. Misc. a. solid b. stripe c. patchwork


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C. Baby Afghan

1. Crocheted

a) Stripe b) Solid c) Patchwork d) Novelty e) Variegated Yarn 2. Knitted a) Stripe b) Solid c) Patchwork d) Novelty e) Variegated Yarn 3. Misc. D. ADULT - HAT OR CAP 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted E. BUNTING 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted F. DRESS (CHILD’S OR ADULT’S) 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted G. ADULT - HAT & SCARF (SETS ONLY) 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted H. SCARF 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted I. Novelty Scarf 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted J. Gloves or Mittens 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted K. Child’s Hat 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted L. SWEATERS 1. Infants (0-1 year) A. Crocheted B. Knitted 2. Child’s Vest A. Crocheted B. Knitted 3. Child’s Slip-On A. Crocheted B. Knitted 4. Child’s Cardigan A. Crocheted B. Knitted 5. Lady’s Vest A. Crocheted B. Knitted

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6. Lady’s Slip-On A. Crocheted B. Knitted 7. Lady’s Cardigan A. Crocheted B. Knitted 8. Man’s Vest A. Crocheted B. Knitted 9. Man’s Slip-On A. Crocheted B. Knitted 10. Man’s Cardigan A. Crocheted B. Knitted M. SWEATER, CAP AND/OR BOOTIE SET 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1. Crocheted $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 2. Knitted N.  SOCK OR SLIPPERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1. Adult’s $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 2. Child’s O. BOOTIES 1. Crocheted 2. Knitted P. STOLE & SHAWL 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1. Adult’s $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 2. Child’s Q. BED SPREADS OR COVERLETS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1. Crocheted $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 2. Knitted 10. QUILTS Best of Show 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Plain Quilting Rosette & $10.00 $20.00 $18.00 $15.00 $10.00 B. Hand Appliqued C. Machine Appliqued D. Patchwork E. Embroidered F. Novelty G. Machine Quilted H. Rag Quilt 11. QUILTS MADE BY A GROUP A. Plain Quilting B. Hand Appliqued C. Machine Appliqued D. Patchwork E. Embroidered F. Novelty G. Machine Quilted H. Rag Quilt 12. BABY QUILTS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Novelty $8.00 $7.00 $6.00 $5.00 B. Patchwork C. Embroidered D. Rag Quilt E. Misc. 13. WALL HANGING A. Hand Quilted B. Machine Quilted C. Applique D. Embroidered E. Counted Cross-Stitch F. Pieced G. Other


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14. BEDSPREADS OR COVERLETS A. Embroidered B. Misc. C. Knotted 15. MISCELLANEOUS Best of Show 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Stuffed toys Rosette & $10.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.50 B. Fabric dolls C. Doll clothes D. Other toys (Needlework) E. Counted Cross-Stitch F. Patchwork G. Holiday Item (Needlework) 1. Ornament 2. Other H. Useful Item (Needlework) I. Handbags (Needlework) J. Fashion Accessories K. Placemats 16. RUGS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Hooked $8.00 $7.00 $6.00 $5.00 B. Braided C. Crocheted D. Latched E. Woven F. Mats 17. PICTURES UNDER 12” Best of Show 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Crewel Rosette & $10.00 $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 B. Embroidery C. Needlepoint D. Cross-Stitch E. Counted Cross-Stitch F. Animal Counted Cross-Stitch G. Quilted H. Sampler I. Other 18. PICTURES OVER 12” A. Crewel B. Embroidery C. Needlepoint D. Cross-Stitch E. Counted Cross-Stitch F. Animal Counted Cross-Stitch G. Quilted H. Sampler I. Other SECTION 3 — MISCELLANEOUS JEWELRY & PAPERCRAFTING 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Adult Premiums $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 Youth & Children Premiums $3.00 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 1. Scrapbooking (Not digital) 2. Cards 3. Rubber Stamping 4. Jewelry A. Bracelets B. Necklaces C. Earrings

SECTION 4 — CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND UNDER Must be on a hanger Best of Show 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Rosette & $10.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

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B. Rag

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SECTION 5 — YOUTH (AGES 13 thru 18) DIVISION A — CLOTHING Must be on a hanger Best of Show 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Rosette & $10.00 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50

CLASS 1. APRON 2. SLEEVELESS BLOUSE 3. DRESSY COTTON BLOUSE 4. COTTON SHIRT/BLOUSE 5. SILK OR BLEND BLOUSE WITH SLEEVES 6. VEST 7. CULOTTES/SHORTS 8. SKIRT 9. DRESSY COTTON DRESS 10. CASUAL COTTON DRESS 11. SILK OR BLEND FABRIC DRESS 12. EVENING DRESS 13. TWO-PIECE DRESS 14. JUMPER 15. SLACKS/PAJAMA BOTTOMS 16. COAT 17. SUIT 18. EXERCISE OUTFIT 19. BLAZER OR JACKET A. Lined B. Unlined

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DIVISION B — NEEDLEWORK CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1. AFGHAN $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 A. Knitted B. Crocheted C. Misc. 2. CARDIGAN SWEATER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Knitted $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 B. Crocheted 3. SLIP-ON SWEATER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Knitted $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 B. Crocheted 4. SLEEVELESS SWEATER OR VEST SPORTING CENTER LLC 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Knitted $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 “Anything In The Sporting Line” B. Crocheted • GUNS • AMMUNITION 5. HAT OR CAP • ARCHERY EQUIPMENT 6. MITTENS OR GLOVES • FISHING • BLACK POWDER 7. SCARF & ACCESSORIES A. Knitted B. Crocheted We Buy Pre-owned Guns 8. SLIPPERS OR BOOTIES A. Knitted B. Crocheted 2702 Lebanon Road, 9. GLOVES OR MITTENS Manheim, PA 17545 A. Knitted 717-665-6089 B. Crocheted

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10. PILLOW 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Crewel $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.00 B. Crochet C. Embroidered D. Knitted E. Novelty F. Woven G. Needlepoint H. Patchwork I. Counted Cross-Stitch 11. PICTURES UNDER 12” 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Crewel $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 B. Embroidery C. Needlepoint D. Cross-Stitch E. Counted Cross-Stitch F. Quilted G. Other 12. PICTURES OVER 12” 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Crewel $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 B. Embroidery C. Needlepoint D. Cross-Stitch E. Counted Cross-Stitch F. Quilted G. Other 13. WALL HANGING 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Applique $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.50 B. Quilted Patchwork C. Embroidered D. Crocheted E. Counted Cross-Stitch F. Other 14. MISCELLANEOUS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th A. Stuffed Toy $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 B. Fabric Dolls C. Other Toys (needlework) D. Counted Cross-Stitch E. Patchwork F. Holiday Item (needlework) G. Useful Articles H. Handbags (needlework) I. Fashion Accessories 15. BEDSPREADS OR COVERLETS $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 16. QUILT $7.00 $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 A. Patchwork B. Rag DIVISION C — RUGS CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1. RUGS $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 2. MATS $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $1.00

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DEPARTMENT 19 — FINE ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY

SECTION 1 — KINDERGARTEN-ADULT COMMITTEE Chairperson — Stephanie Huber - 664-2685 - stephaniehuber78@gmail.com ACCEPTING ENTRIES ONLY: SUNDAY 2:00 TO 5:00 P.M. PICKUP TIME FRIDAY AFTER THE CLOSE OF THE SHOW 8:30-10 p.m. and SATURDAY 8 a.m.-11 a.m. 1. ALL ENTRIES FOR ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY A. Must be the work of the exhibitor from Lancaster County. B. All art/photo work must have been done in the last year. C. All art/photo work must not have been previously shown at the Manheim Farm Show. D. All art/photo work must be entered to class appropriate to the exhibitors’ age at the time the work was done. 2. The committee reserves the right not to give awards if the category is not adequately exhibited. 3. The committee may refuse any entry not worthy of exhibition or deemed not fit to a category. 4. Decisions of the committee are final.

KINDERGARTEN-ADULT AWARDS Classes 1-4 Class 5 Class 6 Class 7 Class 8 1. - $3.00 1. - $4.00 1. - $8.00 1. - $4.00 1. - $6.00 2. - $2.00 2. - $3.00 2. - $6.00 2. - $3.00 2. - $4.00 3. - $1.50 3. - $2.00 3. - $4.00 3. - $2.00 3. - $2.00 4. - $1.00 “BEST OF SHOW ROSETTES” 6 Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded to the first place in the categories as follows: Class 1 & 2 • Class 3 & 4 • Class 5 • Class 6 • Youth Photography • Adult Photography YOUTH and ADULT ART RULES

1. All art work must not be made from a manufactured object. Paint by number and model kits will not be accepted. 2. All Youth work in Class 1-4 must not be framed or matted. 3. All Adult work except stretched canvas must be framed or matted. Framed work must be wired for hanging with a sturdy and reliable wire. 4. All paintings must be dry. All chalk, pastels, and charcoal drawings should be sprayed with fixative to avoid smudging. 5. Should these guidelines not be followed, the committee will assume no responsibility if the piece is damaged. 6. Art exhibitors may enter three items, but no more than one per category. YOUTH CLASSES: CLASS 1 — AGES 5-6 CLASS 2 — AGES 7-9 CLASS 3 — AGES 10-12 Categories: A. 3-Dimensional/Sculpture B. Recycled/Repurposed C. Mixed Media - 2D CLASS 6 — ADULT Categories: A. 3-Dimensional/Sculpture B. Recycled/Repurposed C. Mixed Media - 2D

YOUTH DIVISION CLASS 4 — AGES 13-14 CLASS 5 — AGES 15-17 D. Painting G. Drawing - Color E. Cut Paper/Collage H. Printmaking F. Drawing - Black & White I. Digital Design & Illustration - not from a photo

ADULT DIVISION D. Painting-Oil/Acrylic E. Painting-Watercolor F. Drawing - black & white

G. Drawing - color H. Printmaking I. Digital Design & Illustration - not from a photo

---NEW Modern Lettering Contest for 2018--Entries are to be on paper no larger than 8½"x11". No frames or matting. Brush lettering, watercolor, hand drawn, calligraphy or Spencerian, any style is accptable. Let's see those flourishes and swooshes. Awards: 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00 CLASS 9 — AGES 6-11

CLASS 10 — AGES 12-17

CLASS 11 — AGES 18+


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PHOTOGRAPHY RULES 1. All photography must be 8x10 with no mat or frame work. 2. Protective sleeve will be provided at the time of entry. 3. Exhibitors may enter three (3) items, but no more than one (1) per category. 4. Digital images are not to be altered or modified Except in Category H. 5. Subject matter deemed inappropriate or offensive by the farm show will not be accepted or may be removed. CLASS 7 — YOUTH AGES 8-17 - PHOTOGRAPHY (all camera types) CLASS 8 — ADULT - PHOTOGRAPHY (all camera types) Categories: A. Animals F. Farm Life/Manheim Farm Show B. Botanicals G. Sports/Action C. Landscapes/Seascapes H. Creative - Altered D. People/Portrait I. Insects E. Structures J. Black & White - any subject

K. Still Life

HOMETOWN FAVORITE...PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD 8x10 Unframed Photo Of Assigned Theme Year 2018 - Flower • Year 2019 - Sunrise/Sunset • Year 2020 - Water • Year 2021 - Farm Kids 1. Photo must be taken within Lancaster County. 2. Open to amateur photographers who reside in Lancaster County. 3. Photo must be 8x10 with NO frame. 4. Photos will be put in a sleeve for display during Farm Show week. 5. Photo must include Name of Photographer and Address of Photo (on back of photo). 6. Photos will be voted on by public ballot Monday-Thursday. Winner posted on Friday. 7. Photo will be entered in front of Building #1 2-4 p.m. Sunday of Farm Show week. 8. Photographer will be required to sign a Photo Release Form at time of entry. 9. Top 3 Winning photo prints will become property of Manheim Farm Show and will be framed and on display in Manheim Auto Auction Exhibition Hall during the following year. These photos will be then be auctioned the following year at Thursday Night's Manheim Farm Show Auction with proceeds going to the Manheim Farm Show. Winners will receive... 1st - $75 2nd - $50 3rd - $25 Any questions contact - Judy Zurin 653-0143 Pam Evans, Teryn Bollinger, Lorette Stoltzfus

SECTION 2 — WOODWORK COMMITTEE Chairman - Shawn Haldeman - 665-7195 RULES

1. Entries must have been constructed by exhibitor since October 15, 2017.

2. Exhibitor may enter one project in any class of his division. 3. Entries must be received Sunday, 2:00 to 5:00 P.M. YOUTH DIVISION - 14 years and under 1st 2nd 3rd CLASS 1 Carving and Whittling $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 CLASS 2 Lathe Turning $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 CLASS 3 Furniture $8.00 $6.00 $5.00 CLASS 4 Small Project $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 (birdhouses, shelves, toys, novelties, etc.) CLASS 5 Scroll Saw $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 CLASS 6 Building Models $15.00 $13.00 $11.00 CLASS 7 Painted Wood $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 SENIOR HIGH DIVISION - 15-18 years 1st 2nd 3rd CLASS 1 Carving and Whittling $ 5.00 $ 4.00 $ 3.00 CLASS 2 Lathe Turning $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 CLASS 3 Furniture $18.00 $15.00 $10.00 CLASS 4 Small Project $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 (birdhouses, shelves, toys, novelties, etc.) CLASS 5 Scroll Saw $18.00 $16.00 $14.00 CLASS 6 Building Models $18.00 $16.00 $14.00


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CLASS 7 Musical Instruments

$18.00

$16.00

$14.00

DEPT. 19 - ART, PHOTOGRAPHS, CRAFTS ADULT DIVISION

1st 2nd 3rd CLASS 1 Carving and Whittling $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 CLASS 2 Lathe Turning $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 CLASS 3 Furniture $20.00 $15.00 $10.00 CLASS 4 Small Project $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 (birdhouses, shelves, toys, novelties, etc.) CLASS 5 Large Project $8.00 $7.00 $6.00 CLASS 6 Scroll Saw $20.00 $18.00 $16.00 CLASS 7 Building Models $20.00 $18.00 $16.00 CLASS 8 Musical Instruments $20.00 $18.00 $16.00 SECTION 3 — MODEL EXHIBIT Chairman - Randy & Rose Boll - 665-2583 RULES 1. Entries will be received Sunday, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. only. 2. Exhibits may not be removed before 8:30 p.m. Friday. 3. Award for best of show in each division - except Legos. 4. Legos accepted for elementary ages only, pre-first grade - 6th grade. 5.  For those children entering Legos, especially diorama, please limit the size. Size is not a determining factor when being judged. Limit the size to 20 inches by 24 inches. No taller than 24 inches. 6. No wood items. 7. 1 Lego accepted in each class per exhibitor. 8. No erector sets accepted. 9. No die cast pre-painted models accepted. 10. All decisions on the above rules will be made by the chairman and all decisions are final. LEGOS DIVISION - Elementary Only - Pre-first thru 6th grade only Prizes 1st - $2.00 2nd - $1.50 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, - $1.00 CLASS 1. Vehicles CLASS 6. Diorama CLASS 2. Trucks CLASS 7. Airplanes CLASS 3. Ships CLASS 8. Spacecraft Division CLASS 4. Military CLASS 9. Miscellaneous CLASS 5. Cycles ELEMENTARY DIVISION - Pre-First thru 6th grade only PRIZES: 1st - $2.00 2nd - $1.50 3rd - $ 1.00 CLASS 1. Vehicles CLASS 5. Cycles A. Passenger B. Competition CLASS 6. Diorama CLASS 2. Trucks CLASS 7. Airplanes A. Passenger B. Commercial CLASS 8. Antiques CLASS 3. Ships CLASS 9. Miscellaneous CLASS 4. Military JUNIOR DIVISION - ages 12-16; 7th Grade - 11th Grade PRIZES: 1st - $2.50 2nd - $2.00 3rd - $1.50 CLASS 1. Vehicles CLASS 5. Cycles A. Passenger B. Competition CLASS 6. Diorama CLASS 2. Trucks CLASS 7. Airplanes A. Passenger B. Commercial CLASS 8. Antiques CLASS 3. Ships CLASS 9. Miscellaneous CLASS 4. Military SENIOR DIVISION - 12th Grade - Adult PRIZES: 1st - $3.00 2nd - $2.50 $3rd - $2.00 CLASS 1. Vehicles CLASS 6. Diorama A. Passenger B. Competition CLASS 7. Airplanes CLASS 2. Trucks CLASS 8. Antiques A. Passenger B. Commercial CLASS 9. Miscellaneous CLASS 3. Ships CLASS 4. Military CLASS 5. Cycles Show duplicate exhibit number stub for pick up of exhibits.


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NEW AGE CATEGORIES

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DEPARTMENT 22 - MAJOR CONTESTS - SECTION 1 MANHEIM FARM SHOW PARADE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2018 at 7:00 P.M.

Rain date of October 11, 2018 DEADLINE for Entry Forms: September 14, 2018 PURPOSE: Manheim Community Farm Show Parade exists to promote a 7. All participants driving in the parade must have a valid driver's license and positive, wholesome family activity. insurance. RULES: 8. All tractor safety rules must be followed while participating in the 1. Throwing of objects from vehicles is prohibited; however, objects can be Manheim Community Farm Show parade. This includes no riders policy. handed to the crowd, and all food or candy must be in original wrappers. If your organization or group wishes to participate, please contact: 2. The Parade Committee and/or the Manheim Community Farm Show PARADE COMMITTEE: Board may refuse any entry. Decision of the Parade Committee is final. • RYAN & TRACY ZIMMERMAN 3. Liability - Each exhibitor will be solely responsible for any loss, injury, • HEATHER CHERNICH • KRISTEN EBERLY damage done, or arising from any animal, vehicle, or participant. • JOHN & ASHLEY STAUFFER 4.A responsible adult must accompany a group of participants under the age PARADE ROUTE: Parade starts at the corner of Gramby and East High of 18. streets proceeding west to Hazel Street, south on Hazel Street to Stiegel 5. Cleanliness - You are responsible for any trash or manure. Street, west on Stiegel Street to Main Street, north on Main Street to Gramby 6. No alcoholic beverages may be consumed before or during your participaStreet, east on Gramby Street, ending at Laurel Street. tion in parade activities.

PRIZES FOR FARM SHOW PARADE BANDS - Examples: High School, Middle School, & Adult Bands. Entry Fee: None Transportation Proposal submitted to parade committee Prizes: High School Bands: 1st: $1,000 2nd: $800 3rd: $600 Middle School Bands: 1st: $600 2nd: $400 3rd: $200 Adult Bands: None BATONS Entry Fee: None Prize: 1st: $100 2nd: $75 3rd: $50 ANTIQUE TRACTORS Entry Fee: None Limited space - first-come, first-served basis. HORSES - Entry Fee: None Prizes: Participation Ribbons NONPROFIT ADULT - Examples: Fire companies, churches, elected political representatives, & Lions clubs, etc. YOUTH - Examples: Boy Scouts, FFA or 4-H clubs, youth & school groups, etc. Entry Fee: None

Nonprofit Floats Prizes: Any motorized vehicle or trailer pulled by a motorized vehicle, designed (or modified) specifically to participate in parades to represent the nonprofit group. Adult: 1st: $300 2nd: $250 3rd: $200 Youth: 1st: $300 2nd: $250 3rd: $200 COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL VEHICLE Class 1 - For any vehicle required to be state inspected twice a year. Examples: Tractor trailer, dump trucks & delivery trucks. Class 2 - Vehicles required to be state inspected once a year and larger than a car. Examples: Service vans, pickup trucks, farm machinery and antique trucks. Class 3 - Cars Commercial Float - Display of products or services. Entry Fees: Class 1: $225 Class 2: $175 Class 3: $12 Commercial Float: $50 Prizes: Commercial Floats 1st: $150 2nd: $125 3rd: $100

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MANHEIM FARM SHOW PARADE ENTRY FORM (Due by September 14, 2018)

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• Parade Category: Non-Profit ADULT Non-Profit YOUTH Non-Profit ADULT FLOAT Non-Profit YOUTH FLOAT Commercial FLOAT ($50) Commercial CLASS 1 ($225) Commercial CLASS 2 ($175) Commercial CLASS 3 ($125) Adult Band HORSE Baton Group • Please write a short paragraph about your entry in 30 words or less, to be used by the announcers along the parade route and for the TV announcers. Ideas of things to say in the narrative are, description of the unit, individuals to be recognized, or other comments to be mentioned which as awards. Although, we will make every effort to announce everything you would like said about your entry, we do reserve the right to edit your comments as to length. In addition, there is no guarantee that the comments can be read in its entirety at all locations. PLEASE PRINT! ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� REGULATIONS: - Throwing of objects from any vehicles is prohibited, however objects can be handed to the crowd, and all food, or candy must be in original wrappers. - The Parade Committee and/or the Manheim Community Farm Show Board may refuse any entry. Decision of the Parade Committee is final. - Liability - Each exhibitor will be solely responsible for any loss, injury, damage done, or arising from any animal, vehicle, or participant. - A responsible adult must accompany a group of participants under the age of 18. - Cleanliness - you are responsible for any trash or manure. - No alcoholic beverage may be consumed before or during you participation in parade activities. - All participants driving in the parade must have a valid driver's license and insurance. - All tractor safety rules must be followed while participating in the Manheim Community Farm show Parade. This includes no rider's policy.

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SECTION 2

BABY PARADE Sponsored By The MANHEIM FARM SHOW

MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2018 • 6:15 P.M. Chairlady - Lisa Kowalski 717-669-0051 Judging Begins At 5:30 P.M., Parade Moves At 6:15 P.M. Rain Date — Tuesday, October 9, 2018 (See Rule 13) COMPETITIVE PRIZE LIST Most Outstanding Float . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60.00 Most Outstanding Wheeled Vehicle, Wagon, Stroller or Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40.00 Most Outstanding Child Walking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30.00 DIVISIONS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th A. Child Walking in Fancy Dress $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 B. Child Walking Impersonating Nursery Rhyme, Storybook or Fairy Tale Character 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 C. Child Walking in Miscellaneous Dress 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 D. Best Decorated Vehicle on Wheels Tractor, Tricycle, Bicycle, etc. 14.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 E. Best Decorated Wagon 14.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 F. Best Decorated Wagon with Platform 14.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 G. Best Decorated Stroller 14.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 H. Beautiful Float 18.00 16.00 14.00 12.00 10.00 I. Miscellaneous Float 18.00 16.00 14.00 12.00 10.00 J. Mechanized Float 18.00 16.00 14.00 12.00 10.00 Mail entry form or submit before deadline Saturday, October 6, 2018, 9:00 p.m. to: Lisa Kowalski, 2102 Shumaker Road, Manheim, PA 17545 or lisagkowalski@gmail.com

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BABY PARADE RULES 1. Judging will be based on: 25% decorative creativity 25% work and effort 25% theme and appearance 25% costumes worn 2.  All entries must not have been exhibited in any previous Manheim Farm Show Baby Parade to be considered for current-year judging. 3.  Any child, 7 years and under, may compete. Costumed adults are welcome; however, they are not considered in the judging. 4. Only one entry is required for a pair or group of children. 5. A contestant may enter any division desired; however, that division must be selected by thecontestant, previously, on entry blank. 6. No live animals are allowed. 7. All contestants in WALKING DIVISION MUST WALK OR BE CARRIED. If a child is being pulled or pushed by another child or adult, he or she cannot enter a walking division. 8. DIVISION F (wagon with platform) — Platform not to exceed 4 feet by 4 feet. 9. A float with any moving part must enter Division J (Mechanized). 10. All vehicles must be hand-pulled (no motorized vehicles will be allowed in any division). 11. No entries will be allowed to change their division after 9 p.m. on October 6. 12. The committee reserves the right to reject any entry not meeting their approval. 13. Contestants should report for judging at Island Field (Memorial Drive - behind football stadium). If need be, a decision to cancel the parade on Monday because of inclement weather will be made by 1:00 p.m. Monday and be rescheduled for Tuesday at the same time. If there are any questions as to whether the parade is canceled, call 665-7480. 14. All entries must be ready for judging by 5:30 p.m. Any late entries (after 5:30 p.m.) may not be judged. This decision will be at the discretion of the judges. Entrant may still parade, however. 15. All entries must be registered and wearing registration number or they will not be allowed in line of parade. 16. Only one person may accompany the entrant on the street during the parade. If more than one person is needed for the larger floats, prior permission is needed from the committee. 17. Prize winners will be announced at 8:30 p.m. at the Farm Show on Adele Avenue. 18. All grand prize and first place winners in all divisions will be invited to participate in Wednesday Night's Farm Show Parade. PARADE ROUTE: North on Memorial Drive, cross over through the park to Adele Avenue, west on Adele Avenue to Oak Street, south on Oak Street to Gramby Street, east on Gramby Street back to Memorial Drive.

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DEPARTMENT 23 SECTION 1 - APIARY PRODUCTS Chairlady - Georgia Shenk - 665-2392, Carol Ludwig - 665-6056 Prizes: 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00 RULES

1. All honey and beeswax exhibited must be the product of the beekeeper. 2. The exhibit must fulfill the requirements of the class in which it is exhibited. 3.  All products must have been produced within the last year. 4.  The judge may open and sample goods that require such treatment. 5.  Only one entry will be allowed any exhibitor for any onecategory. A. Light Comb Honey (3 sections) B. Dark Comb Honey (3 sections) C. Light Extracted Honey (3 one-pound jars) D. Amber Extracted Honey (3 one-pound jars) E. Dark Extracted Honey F. Beeswax (not less than two pounds) G. Beeswax items (100% Beeswax), candles, ornaments

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The antique tractor display is open to any farm tractor manufactured prior to 1960. All makes are invited to be displayed near the baseball field. Priority will be given to Manheim-area residents. Exhibitors are invited to participate in the Maheim Farm Show parade on Wednesday, October 10, 2018. Space is limited and will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Deadline for entries is Sunday, October 8, to have entry form to antique tractor chairman. One entry per exhibitor to give as many an opportunity to participate. See parade department for parade policy and contact information. Receiving hours for tractors are Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and by appointment on Monday a.m. To display, call Geff Stoner between 7:00 and 9:30 p.m. All entrants will receive a plate plaque for their participation in the Manheim Farm Show. The following awards will be given: Best Restored, Most Original, and Oldest Tractor. All three awards will be for $25.


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SECTION 3 — MISCELLANEOUS CONTESTS Co-Chairpersons: Barry Geib - 664-3007, Gene Bruckhart, Jay Gainer Tuesday, October 9 - Children's, Youth, Ladies' & Men's Pedal Tractor Pull Registration 6:15 to 6:45 p.m. for children's classes 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. for youth and adult classes Pull Begins 6:45 p.m. Classes: 1. Ages 5 & 6 Pedal Tractor Race 5. Youth Ages 14-16 to our 2. Ages 7 & 8 6. Ladies' 17 & up 2017 Children's Class 3. Ages 9 & 10 7. Men's 17 years & up Sponsors: 4. Youth Ages 11-13 • Outback Toys • Deer Country PRIZES • Messick Farm A. Children's Classes (1, 2, 3) Equipment 1st—$10.00 & Toy Tractor; 2nd—$10.00; 3rd— $5.00 B. Youth Classes (4, 5) 1st—$15.00; 2nd—$12.00; 3rd—$10.00; 4th—$8.00; 5th—$5.00 C. Ladies' & Men's Class (6, 7) 1st — $25.00 2nd — $20.00 3rd — $15.00 4th — $12.00 5th — $10.00 Thursday, October 11 - Family Fun Night - Evening Sponsor Ruhl Insurance Registration 6:00 p.m. Fun Night Begins 6:30 p.m. Contest Age Limit Contestants/Special Instructions Barnyard Obstacle Course 5-6 years Unlimited Barnyard Obstacle Course 7-8 years Unlimited Water Balloon Throw 8-14 years 30 teams 2-Man Potato Sack Race 8-14 years Unlimited Pumpkin Patch Roll 5-7 years Unlimited Straw Search 5 & under unlimited Straw Search 6-8 years unlimited to our 2017 Family Fun Night Straw Search 9-10 years unlimited Sponsors: 10-14 years 30 teams Egg Toss • Dutch Valley Foods Egg Toss 15 years & up 30 teams • Flinchbaugh Orchards Chicken Chase 5 & under Unlimited • Longenecker’s Chicken Chase 6-8 years Unlimited Hardware, Inc. Chicken Chase 9-10 years Unlimited • Manheim Twin Kiss Greased Banana Toss 12-16 years 30 teams • Weis Markets of Pumpkin Toss 16 & up 15 teams Manheim Other Events To Be Announced • Zig’s Bakery PRIZES Ribbons for placing 1st through 5th and participant ribbons for others in events for children under 14.

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DEPARTMENT 22 - SECTION 4

MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW QUEEN The purpose of the Manheim Community Farm Show Queen Program is to enhance and enrich the lives of young girls and women in our area by the promotion of agriculture and the representation of our community at a local and state level. By doing so, we want to instill valuable life lessons to the girls such as self-esteem, leadership, teamwork, public speaking, responsibility and above all a sense of pride in our rural community and its heritage.

CROWNING DATE: Monday, October 8, 2018 TIME: 6:45 P.M. PLACE: Farm Show Stage

QUEEN COORDINATOR - Jennifer & Emily Witmer 717-203-9145 JUNIOR QUEEN COORDINATOR - Denise Hess, 665-7295 PRINCESS COORDINATOR - Doreen Shearer 653-5244 COMMITTEE –– Ashley Gemmill, Denise Hess, Diane Kensinger, Ann Moyer, Doreen Shearer, Linda White, Dani Zurin

ELIGIBILITY RULES FOR LOCAL AND STATE QUEEN CONTEST: 1 . Be a female who is a U.S citizen and a resident of PA, specifically attending Manheim Central High School or residing in the district.

2 . Be at least age 16, but no older than 20 years of age as of June 1 of the year entering the local contest. 3. Be the certified representative from the local fair where she was crowned. 4. Have not been a former local Fair Queen winner, not a former State Fair Queen. 5. Not hold any other title for any other commodity group or pageant. 6. Must have her parent(s)/guardian(s) consent to enter the local and state contest. 7. Be single, have never been married, have not been pregnant nor given birth. 8. Be of good moral character (at the discretion of the Queen Committee). 9. Be able to meet all the time commitments, Queen obligations and dress code as set by the PA State Fair Queen program, which can be found at: www.pafairs.org/pdfs/convention/2018/queenapplicationpacket.pdf 10. Must exhibit something in the Manheim Community Farm Show (in any department). 11. All contestants MUST have an escort for the evening of the ceremonies. 12. All contestants will be given a personal interview, a 3-5 minutes speech to a panel of judges and select members of the Farm Show Queen Committee. Interviews will be held Tuesday, September 18. Exact time and and location to be announced. 13. Entrants must submit a photo no larger then a 5x7 with the application. Photo does not have to be professional but should be of good quality. 14. Applications must be submitted to: Jennifer Witmer, 517 Hossler Rd., Manheim, PA 17545 Must be postmarked by Friday, September 7. No late entries or phone entries will be accepted. 15. Misconduct of any contestant will not be tolerated (i.e. cyberbullying, etc.) Consequence will be immediate dismissal form contest and contestant will be banned from participating in any future royalty contest. Judging will consist of: 1. Personal interview utilizing your biographical information and other questions. 2. Knowledge of the Manheim Community Farm Show. 3. Memorized presentation of speech on “Why You Should Come To The Manheim Community Farm Show”. 4. Written essay of 300 words or less on “What The Farm Show Means To My Community”. 5. Poise, appearance, neatness, and ability to communicate. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ PRIZES:★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ *QUEEN: $1,000 cash. *1st Runner-up: $250.00 *2nd Runner-up: $100.00 cash *3rd Runner-up: $75.00 *4th Runner-up: $50.00 cash *All other contestants will receive $25.00 cash ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ DUTIES OF THE QUEEN:★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 1. The Queen must agree to promote the Manheim Community Farm Show for one year and participate in events as requested. 2. The Queen will reign over the 2017 Manheim Community Farm Show, presenting ribbons and trophies with the help of her court at all animal shows, family fun night, sale, and participate in events as requested. 3. When she has any free time she must be in the Children's Barnyard helping to teach them about the importance of Agriculture. 4. The Queen and her Court must ride in the Farm Show Parade on Wednesday evening, October 10, 2018. Rain date October 12. 5. The Queen must be present at the Livestock Sale Friday night to hand out trophies and banners to the winners and buyers. 6. The Queen and her family are asked to come to the Farm Show Banquet which is held in November, and she will be asked to give a short speech. 7. The Queen may be required, pending budget approval, to attend at least 8 work sessions preparing her for the state Queen Contest in Hershey, PA. 8. The Queen and her parents may receive, pending budget approval an all-expense-paid trip to the State Fair Queen contest in January 2019. 9. She must conduct at least one Ag in the classroom session, and teach some aspect of agriculture or submit a request to the committee for an alternate service project. 10. The Queen will be expected to be present at the next year's swine show (2:30 p.m.) to hand out awards. 11. The Queen will participate in the ceremonies to crown the 2019 Farm Show Queen and will be expected to recount her past year as Queen. 12. Most importantly the Queen is expected to present herself in a pleasant, professional manner at all times.


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MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW QUEEN ENTRY FORM Name:­ ______________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________ Telephone Number:(home) __________________________ (cell) _____________________________________ E-mail:______________________________________________________________________________________ Parent’s Name: ______________________________________________________________________________ Parent’s Telephone Number: __________________________________________________________________ Parent or Guardian’s Signature of Consent: ____________________________________________________ Date of Birth: _____________________________________ Age: _____________________________________ Grade: ___________________________________ Name of Escort for Crowning Ceremony: ______________________________________________________ School Activities: ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ What Are Your Extra Curricular Activities?______________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Community/Church Activities: ________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Career Plans/Future Plans: ___________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ What Are You Exhibiting This Year In The Manheim Farm Show?_________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________  Please check - I have read and understand the Rules and Duties of the Manheim Community Farm Show Queen. Write a 3- to 5-minute speech on the topic “Why you should visit the Manheim Community Farm Show.” (Please have your speech memorized and ready to present at your interview). Professional appearance is recommended for your interview. Please enclose a copy of your speech with application. Also, enclose your written 300 word or less essay on “What My Fair Means To My Community” with this application. Please include word count. Additional sheets of paper may be used if needed, or you may retype this application. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED POSTMARKED AFTER SEPTEMBER 7, 2018. NO PHONE ENTRIES ACCEPTED.


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MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW JUNIOR QUEEN CONTEST

Eligibility Rules:

To enter, the contestant must: 1. Junior Queen: be 12-15 years of age as of October 1, 2018. 2. Attend a Manheim Central School or reside in the district. 3. Exhibit something in the Farm Show prior to the crowning ceremonies (in any department). To the 4. Have her parent’s or guardian’s consent. following 5. Not be the previous year’s Junior Queen. She may re-enter the businesses for contest after a one-year break. contributing prizes 6. All Junior Queen Contestants will have a 10-minute interview with for the 2017 Manheim the judges. Interviews will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2018 Farm Show Royalty at a time and location to be disclosed. Contestants must be present for contestants: interview. They will be judged on: Leiding Edge A. Response to questions. Embroidery B. Appearance/Poise/Neatness - nice outfits are appropriate for the interMrs. Vickie Leid view. No gowns please. This is not a beauty contest. C. Ability to communicate (articulate/expression/eye contact). D. Application neatness and completeness. All Junior Queen contestants will present a 2-3 minute speech during the interview on the topic, “My Favorite Thing About the Farm Show” (note cards are permissible during the judging). Please include a copy of the speech with the application. 7. Have an adult escort for the crowning ceremony. 8. Attend crowning ceremonies on Monday, October 8, 2018, at the Farm Show stage at approx. 6:45 p.m. 9. Ride in the 2018 Manheim Community Farm Show Parade with the Farm Show Queen and her court on Wednesday evening, October 10, 2018. Rain date Thursday, October 11. 10. All contestants MUST sign an Photo Release and Code of Conduct at time of interview.  Name:�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Address:����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Parent’s/Guardian’s Signed Consent: ��������������������������������������������������������� Date of Birth: ____________________________________________ Age: ____________________________________________________ Phone Number:__________________________________________ School: _________________________________________________ Name of Adult Escort: ___________________________________ Name of Parent(s): _______________________________________ Parent/Guardian Email ___________________________________ Parent/Guardian Attach Picture Here cell phone number _______________________________________ Junior Queen

I have included a wallet size picture (2.5x3.5”) with my application On a separate sheet of paper, please write your answers to the following: 1. Do you know what you will be exhibiting at the Farm Show? 2. Something special about yourself. 3. T  ell us about any community activities in which you are (or have been) involved. 4. Tell us about your hobbies and school activities. 5. O  n a separate piece of paper, please enclose a copy of your speech. You will say your speech, titled "My Favorite Thing About the Farm Show," during the interview. The speech should be two to three minutes in length. Note cards are permissible during the judging. Please mail Junior Queen entries to: Denise Hess, 120 Elm Rd., Lititz, PA 17543 Postmarked by September 22, 2018. No late entries will be accepted. No phone entries accepted.


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MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW PRINCESS CONTEST Eligibility Rules:

To enter, the contestant must: 1. Princess: age group 6-8 and 9-11 years of age as of October 1, 2018. 2. Attend a Manheim Central School or reside in the district. 3. Exhibit something in the Farm Show prior to the crowning ceremonies (in any department). 4. Have her parent’s or guardian’s consent. 5. Not be the previous year’s Princess. She may re-enter the contest after a one-year break. 6. All Princess Contestants will have a 10-minute interview with the judges. Interviews will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at a time and location to be disclosed. Contestants must be present for interview. They will be judged on: A. Response to questions. B. Appearance/Poise/Neatness - nice outfits are appropriate for the interview. No gowns please. This is not a beauty contest. C. Ability to communicate (articulate/expression/eye contact). D. Application neatness and completeness. 7. Have an adult escort for the crowning ceremony. 8. Attend crowning ceremonies on Monday, October 8, 2018, at the Farm Show stage at approx. 6:45 p.m. 9. Ride in the 2018 Manheim Community Farm Show Parade with the Farm Show Queen and her court on Wednesday evening, October 10, 2018. Rain date Thursday, October 11. 10. All contestants MUST sign an Photo Release and Code of Conduct at time of interview.

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I have included a wallet size picture (2.5x3.5”) with my application On a separate sheet of paper, please write your answers to the following: 1. Do you know what you will be exhibiting at the Farm Show? 2. Something special about yourself. 3. W  hat is your favorite thing about the Farm Show? 4. Do you have any pets? 5. Activities and Hobbies in and out of school. Please mail Princess entries to: Doreen Shearer 806 Anderson Ferry Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17522 Postmarked by September 22, 2018. No late entries will be accepted. No phone entries accepted.


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ADVERTISER INDEX Agricultural Veterinary Assoc.................................36 Auto Care Unlimited................................................46 B. R. Kreider & Son Inc...........................................38 Baron Insurance Group Inc.....................................64 Bob Swayne Real Estate......................................104 Breneman’s Automotive.........................................92 Brooklawn Paving Inc.............................................27 Brookside Builders.................................................83 Chemgro Fertilizer Co.............................................54 Commonwealth Code Inspection Service...............42 The Country Store...................................................20 Dave’s Lawn & Garden.............................................8 The Dog Dude.........................................................80 Eastland Alpacas....................................................94 Eberly’s Bugworks....................................................7 Elm Ridge Construction..........................................58 Ephrata National Bank..............................................4 Esbenshade Farms.................................................36 Farm Bureau Tire Service.......................................38 Fenner Drives-Manheim Division............................101 Ferrellgas................................................................66 Firestop Solutions Inc.............................................61 Fix My Computer....................................................27 Fulton Bank............................................................42 The Furniture Doctor Inc.......................................101 G & G Feed & Supply..............................................78 Garber Farms, Inc...................................................83 Garman’s Coal & Mulch........................................105 Graybill’s Tool & Die Inc..........................................35 Haldeman’s Excavating..........................................31 Haldeman Mechanical Inc......................................53 Hampton Inn & Suites..........................................108 Harlan O. Martin Heating & Plumbing....................20 Harrington Hoists/Display.......................................49 The Hess Agency....................................................69 Hess Auction Group................................................52

Hondru Auto............................................................54 Iron Valley Harley Davidson....................................64 J B Hostetter & Sons................................................5 J G Baker, Inc Excavating.......................................63 J L Hollinger & Sons Inc.......................................104 Jacob H Ruhl Inc..................................................112 John D Stauffer Auct............................................104 John’s Quality Lawn Ser. Inc..................................81 Jonestown Bank & Trust/Bachled..........................72 Kopp Electric LLC...................................................95 Kreiser’s Garage.....................................................31 Longenecker Hardware Inc....................................60 Manheim Auto Auction.............................................2 Manheim Central District Democrats.....................44 Manheim Central Republican Committee...............24 Manheim Farm Show.................................12, 55, 71 Manheim Mulch & Soil...........................................77 Mark Hershey Farms..............................................31 Mark Martin Motors..................................................3 Martin Water, Appliance & Furniture......................76 McCrackens Feed Mill Inc......................................20 The Merchandiser...................................................81 Messick Farm Equipment.....................................109 Miller & Siegrist Auctioneers,.................................84 Mountainside Excavators.......................................80 Mussers Bulk Water LLC........................................34 Myers Furniture Inc................................................22 Penway Construction..............................................93 Pleasant View Retirement Community.....13, 23, 110 Rettews Notary Messenger Svc.............................98 Rigidply Rafters Inc..............................................110 Risser's Poultry.......................................................64 Ristenbatt Vacuum Cleaner....................................38 Rohrer's Construction.............................................44 Rohrer's Quarry......................................................18 Ron Bomberger Hardwood Floors........................100

Roots Country Market & Auction................................39 Roots Old Mill Flea Market........................................39 Roy Ressler & Son Inc............................................56 Rufus Brubaker Refrigeration.................................21 S&S Service Center................................................49 Sauder Excavating..................................................58 Sauder Fuel............................................................15 Scenic Ridge Construction.....................................22 Senator Ryan Aument.............................................99 Shank Door...............................................................7 Shaub Dry Cleaning................................................84 Shirk Brothers LLC.................................................16 SL Siding & Exteriors..............................................11 Sloans Pharmacy....................................................42 Speedwell Construction Inc....................................57 Stable Hollow Construction....................................65 Stiegel Construction Inc.........................................89 Stiegel Valley Flooring Inc......................................57 T & D Excavating....................................................54 Tina Dagen/Chuck Thompson Realtors..................49 Tom Sweeney/State Farm Insurance.....................16 Ulrich Inc................................................................57 Umberger’s Of Fontana Inc.....................................22 Union Community Bank..........................................19 WDAC....................................................................111 White Family Dental...............................................89 White Oak Mills......................................................82 Wiggins Asphalt Paving..........................................35 Witman Auctioneers Inc.........................................14 Witmer Automotive Service Inc..............................94 Wolfe’s Auto Service..............................................88 Wolf's Sporting Center............................................87 Wolgemuth Auction Service...................................93 Zern's Beverage.....................................................95 Zug Family Dentistry............................................110

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