Klickitat County Fair & Rodeo August 22-25
2019 Savannah Demchuk, 2019 KC Fair & Rodeo Queen, with Slim
76 Years of Celebration
Photograph by Lacey Vaughn
Saluting Those Who Serve! PREMIUM BOOK FOR YOUTH & OPEN CLASSES â€¢ KEEP THIS BOOK, IT IS THE ONLY LIST TO BE ISSUED Camper Reservations Booth Entries Livestock Entries Horse Entries Western Games Entries Team Penning and Branding Entries Ranch Cutting Entries Ranch Sorting Entries Team Roping Entries
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Hay King Entries Grain King Entries 4-H Record Books 4-H Market Livestock Project Records 4-H Educational Displays/Posters FFA Records Book FFA Educational Displays/Posters Still Life Entries
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2019 KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR & RODEO QUEEN
MISS SAVANNAH DEMCHUK Hello all. It is my pleasure to welcome everyone to this year’s 76th annual Klickitat County Fair & Rodeo. This event is a cherished tradition where people from across and outside the county can come to make memories that are sure to last a lifetime. My name is Savannah Demchuk, your 2019 Klickitat County Fair and Rodeo Queen. Like many of you, I too share the roots, love, and admiration for the beautiful Klickitat County, being born and raised here in White Salmon. I started my schooling in a private school but transferred to White Salmon in middle school, where I am now a 17 year old, soon-to-be senior at Columbia High School. When I am not in school, you can always catch me with my horse. This past year, I have been actively involved in the Goldendale High School Equestrian team as a cooperative arrangement with Columbia, and I See QUEEN page 32
2019 KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR & RODEO GRAND MARSHALS DEAN & MARIE MILLER
Dean and Marie Miller are lifelong residents of Klickitat County, residing in Bickleton. As Dean is fond of saying “on the east side along with the rest of the country”. Dean and Marie are the parents of Jamie Miller Mercer and grandparents of Chelsey Eagy, Patrick Mercer and Emily Schneeman. They are also the great grandparents of Cassidy and Delany Eagy. Both Dean and Marie are alumni of Bickleton High school and were active in extracurricular activities. Dean served his country in the United States Army from 1960 until his discharge in 1963. Marie attended college in Yakima after graduation. Dean and Marie met at the 55th Pioneer Picnic and Rodeo and were married in Bickleton on the 15th of January. They returned home after their honeymoon only to find out that a blizzard had come and snowed their front house door shut. Their Chivalry was one that went down in the history books as one of the
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book
2019 KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR OFFICERS
2018 KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR BOARD PRESIDENT. . . . . . . . . . . .JAY JAUKEN, CENTERVILLE 1ST VP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RON IHRIG, GOLDENDALE 2ND VP. . . . . .. . DEBBIE WOODWARD, GLENWOOD SECRETARY . . . .MARGARET THROOP, GLENWOOD TREASURER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CAITLIN PASS MEMBERS AT LARGE: BRANDY MYERS, GOLDENDALE KELSEY ENDICOTT, GOLDENDALE JACKIE DUMOLT, GOLDENDALE MARK HILTON, GOLDENDALE JOSH HANNING, CENTERVILLE ERIC BEASLEY, GOLDENDALE FAIR OFFICE PHONE . . . . . . . . . . .(509) 773-3559 KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR & RODEO QUEEN . . . . . . . . . . SAVANNAH DEMCHUK, WHITE SALMON SUPERINTENDENTS: LIVESTOCK. . . . . . . . . LARRY HURST, CENTERVILLE STILL LIFE. .. . . . .MARGARET THROOP, GLENWOOD ADVISORS: COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT...............ABBY BRANDT
FFA ADVISOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JOSH & RANDI KRIEG FAIR COMMITTEES RODEO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MARTY HUDSON RODEO SECRETARY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DEANNA BAIN QUEEN COORDINATOR . . . . . . . . . . . LACEY VAUGHN GROUNDS ENTERTAINMENT. . . . . . . . . .JOHN ROLFE ADMISSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . RON IHRIG/KEN CLINTON MARKET STOCK SALE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .HELEN ROLFE ADVERTISING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JAY JAUKEN TEAM PENNING/BRANDING . . . . . . . . . . .KANE THIELE RANCH SORTING. .DONEVA BROWN/BONNIE BRADLEY COUNTY TEAM ROPING. . . . . . . KRISTIN CHAMBERS VENDORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JOSH HANNING SPONSORSHIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KRISTIN CHAMBERS BBQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LESLIE HIEBERT/JENNIFER SMITH CAMPING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .ERIKA BEASLEY PARKING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .ERIC BEASLEY PARADE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAT SHAMEK/JULIE VANCE GRAND MARSHAL . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . CRAIG SCHUSTER FAIR PREMIUM. BOOK . . . . . . SARA LINK/CRYSTAL SCOTT SOUND SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . JEFF LINK, JOHN ROLFE
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———— MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ———— We would like to welcome everyone to the Klickitat County Fair. It is the desire of the Board of Directors of the Fair and all departments and committee volunteers to provide you, the exhibitors, and guests, an educational and enjoyable time at the fair. If you have not exhibited at the fair in the past, we encourage you to do so this year. You will find it very educational and rewarding. Our goal is to provide a well-rounded number of exhibit
opportunities. It also is our desire to provide educational, as well as entertaining, exhibits, and displays. We would like to extend a special “THANK YOU’ to all the superintendents, committee chairmen, and volunteers who make the Klickitat County Fair possible. Without all these special volunteers, our fair would not be able to continue to grow to be the great county event of the year. We personally would like to invite everyone to take part in the competitions, exhibits, and activities of the Klickitat County Fair.
——— AIMS & GOALS OF THE KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR ———
most successful ever in Bickleton. For months afterwards every time the furnace fired up, cans of food would roll through the ducts from one end of the house to the other. It’s most likely still a great source of pride for whoever did it. Dean and Marie’s involvement in their local community is well known and greatly appreciated by all who live in Bickleton. They are both 50+ years members of the Alder Creek Grange. Both have been active Volunteer Firefighters for Klickitat County Fire District #2. Dean served for 14 years as a Bickleton School Board Member. Marie has been active in the school’s BSBA organization for over 50 years. Marie has also been an active member of the Alder Rebekah’s for over 50 years. In 1987 Dean and Marie were the Klickitat County Cattlemen of the year. For 15 years Marie took part in making the Bickleton Goodwill Society annual quilt. See MARSHAL page 32
This premium book prepared by Sara Link, Crystal Scott, the Klickitat County Fair Board,
and Leslie Geatches of The Goldendale Sentinel.
1. The goal of the Klickitat County Fair Board shall be to promote, develop, exhibit and improve the wholesome values of agriculture, livestock production, business, industry, and home life of the people of Klickitat County. 2. To furnish education and training opportunities in such areas as demonstrations, contests, and judging and to help with the building of good fellowship, good sportsmanship, and good citizenship of young and old. 3. To encourage everyone in the area to attend and participate in their County Fair. 4. To provide a good quality and variety of entertainment for the whole family. 5. To give rural organizations, our youth and adult cit-
izens an opportunity to exhibit in friendly competition. 6. To raise revenues for the County Fair’s operation and to use these revenues to help improve the quality of our fair. 7. To develop sound short and long range plans to he Fair’s future growth. 8. To protect the exhibits the facilities from damage and to provide for the safety of the exhibitor and the general public attending the County Fair. 9. To provide a place where all people from all walks of life can gather at one time in a spirit of joy and brotherhood.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE THE 2020 KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR & RODEO QUEEN?
Would you like to travel, meet new people and promote Klickitat County? Then the job of the 2018 Fair & Rodeo Queen is just for you. Applicants must be 16 to 20 years of age as of Nov 1, 2019 Completed applications must be postmarked by Aug 11, 2017. For further information or an application, contact Lacey Vaughn wt 509-250-0226.
P ARADE The parade will start at 10 am on SATURDAY. All en tries (floats, cars, etc.) to be entered are to be assembled at the Goldendale PRIMARY School at 9 am for judging. Contact Pat Shamek at 541-993-9560, or Julie Vance FOR MORE INFORMATION AND AN ENTRY FORM.
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book
TABLE of CONTENTS
PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS General Info / Animal Welfare Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Livestock Rules & Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Herdsmanship Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 4-H & FFA Market Stock Sale Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Beef Cattle - Dept 100, 105 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Dairy Cattle - Dept 110, 115 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Dairy Goats - Dept 120, 125 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Non-Dairy Goats - Dept 130, 135 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Sheep - Dept 140, 145 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Swine - Dept 150, 155 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Horses - Dept 160, 165, 166 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Ponies - Dept 166, 169 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Miniature Horses - Dept 170, 175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Poultry and Eggs - Dept 180, 185 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Rabbits - Dept 190, 195 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Cavies - Dept 196, 199 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Dogs - Dept 200, 205 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Western Games—Dept 210 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 OPEN EXHIBITS Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Crops & Horticulture - 500, 505 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Grain King - Dept 510, 515 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Hay King- Dept 520, 525 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Fleece Show - Dept 530, 535 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Flowers - Dept 540, 545 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Food Preservation - Dept 550, 555 . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Baking - Dept 560, 565 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Sewing - Dept 570, 575 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Quilts - Dept 580, 585 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Needlework — Dept 600, 605 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Fiber Arts - Dept 610, 615 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Fine Arts - Dept 620, 625 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Photography - Dept 630, 635 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Crafts, Hobbies, Ceramics - Dept 640, 645 . . . . . . . . 40 Booth Exhibits - Dept 700, 705 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Farm Shop - Dept 800, 805 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 FFA Record Book Contest - Dept 810 . . . . . . . . . . . 42 FFA Posters - Dept 815 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 4-H EXHIBITS Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Departments 1-13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43-49 ENTRY FORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 TEAM PENNING/BRANDING/ROPING/SORTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-52 Entry Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 ENTERTAINMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 CAMPGROUND REGISTRATION FORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
OGDEN’S MOPAR LIMO SERVICE
For the 24TH year, Ogden’s Mopar Limo Service is offering free taxi service during all four days of the 2019 Klickitat County Fair. The taxi is available from 9:00am to 7:00pm, but earlier or later runs can be made if prior arrangements are made with the dispatcher. The taxi will load and unload at the handicapped parking area near the Fair Office, directly behind the Reno’s Stage. From this location, it is only a short walk to the grandstand, barns, and exhibit halls. Persons who wish to use the taxi should call the dispatcher at 773-4809. When passengers are ready to leave the fair, the dispatcher can be telephoned or contacted in person at the Fair Office. The 1947 Plymouth, 1948 DeSoto, and 1949 Dodge are all in excellent condition this year, thanks to mechanical help from Jason Read, Ordell Enstad, and J.P. Enderby. Don’t let a need for transportation keep you from attending the fair! 773-4809 is the number to call for a FREE ride.
2019 ADMISSION Adults $8 Daily / $16 Season Senior citizens (62+) $6 Daily / $12 Season Ages 6-12 $5 Daily / $10 Season Under age 6 Free (with adult accompaniment)
2019 KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR & RODEO PROGRAM
WED, JUL 12, 2019 All Camping Reservations must be postmarked by JUL 12. DO NOT SEND MONEY. FEES COLLECTED WHEN YOU ARRIVE AT FAIRGROUNDS. YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED of YOUR SPACE ASSIGNMENT by AUG 9th. THU, JUL 26, 2019 All Booth, Livestock, Horse, Western Games entries including entry fees must be postmarked by JUL 26 Entries may be brought to Fair office from Noon-7 pm THU, JUL 26, 2019 All Team Penning/Branding, Ranch Cutting, Ranch Sorting and County Team Roping entries must be postmarked by Jul 26th. MON, AUG 12, 2019 HAY & GRAIN KING ENTRIES Fairgrounds 6 pm-8 pm TUE, AUG 13, 2019 All 4-H Record Books, 4-H Market Livestock Project Record, 4-H Educational Displays/ Posters with completed entry form must be brought to the 4-H dept at fairgrounds noon to 7 pm. FFA Record Books & FFA Educational Displays/Posters brought to High School Vo-Ag room 101 9 am-3 pm. TUE, AUG 13, 2019 Market Poultry and Rabbit weigh-in at the small animal barn 4 pm to 6 pm SUN, AUG 18, 2019 10 am-4 pm: Campers will be allowed to park in camping area only on this day. 1 pm-5 pm: Still Life Building opens for booth placement. 1 pm-5 pm: Fair Office open. MON, AUG 19, 2019 9 am: Fair Office open 10 am: Still Life Building opens for booth placement; must be in place by 8 pm TUE, AUG 20, 2019 9 am: Fair Office open Noon - 8 pm: All STILL LIFE EXHIBITS must be entered/placed in Still Life Building. (Open Adult. Open Youth, 4-H and FFA.) 2-4 pm: HORSE ENTRY arrival. NO HORSES IN STALLS WITHOUT MANDATORY VET CHECK. ALL EXHIBITORS REQUIRED TO STALL FOR FAIR DURATION. ONLY LEADLINE & WED. HORSES 5 & UNDER CLASSES MAY HAUL IN. 4:30pm: MANDATORY HORSE EXHIBITORS MEETING IN GRANDSTANDS 6 pm: Western Games begin, barrels first WED, AUG 21, 2019 8 am: Fair Office open 8am to Noon, Big Arena: HORSE CLASSES BEGIN: Peewees, followed by Junior, Intermediate, Senior and Adult. SHOWMANSHIP 8 am: Vet check for Haul In/Haul Out only, Little Arena 8:15 am: Horse Lead line, Little arena 8:30 am: Open horse Showmanship, Little Arena 9 am: Lead line costume Little Arena • Still Life Judges Meeting in the Exhibit Building • Vet check for Wednesday haul-in horses only, Little Arena 9:30 am: Open Pleasure Little Arena • Horse Lead line, Little arena • STILL LIFE BLDG CLOSED TO PUBLIC; JUDGING BEGINS 10am: In Hand Trail Little Arena 11:30-Noon: Horse Department Lunch Break Little Arena Noon-12:40: IHOR Little Arena Noon-1 pm :Lunch Big Arena Noon-2:30: Rabbits, Poultry, Cavies brought to Small Animal barn, vet checked, & caged 1 pm-4 pm: Halter Little arena
1 pm-4 pm: Reining Big Arena 2 - 4 pm: ALL LIVESTOCK UNLOADED, VET CHECKED/WEIGHED. No animals allowed in barns before 2 pm 2:30 pm: Rabbit, Poultry & Cavy exhibitors meeting. 4 pm: Miniature Horses/Ponies check-in; MUST BE VET CHECKED BEFORE STALLING. 5 pm: FAIR AND RODEO QUEEN contestant Speeches on RENO’S STAGE 5:15 pm: Livestock exhibitors meeting 5:30 pm: Ranch Sorting finals in arena 10 pm: CURFEW - all animals should be checked and barns cleared of exhibitors THU, AUG 22, 2019 7 am: Fair Office open • All stalls & alleys must be cleaned • Fair Board Meeting 8 am: Still Life Bldg opens • Dairy Goat Exhibitors Meeting in Showring • Horse Classes, starting with PeeWees • Horse Western Pleasure, Western Equitation, and Bareback, Big Arena • Swine Exhibitors Meeting in showring 8 am: Rabbit Pelt/Fiber, Poultry Barn 8 am-Noon: Trail Class Little Arena 8 am-1 pm: Horse Trial open, Little Arena 8:15 am: Non Dairy Goat Exhibitors Meeting, Goat showring 8:30 am: Market Goat judging begins, Breeding and Open Classes to follow • Market Swine classes begin, Breeding and Open Classes to follow • Market Lamb classes begin, Breeding and Open Classes to follow. 9 am: Cavy Showmanship followed by Confirmation Classes. 9 am: Miniature Horse classes begin. 9:30 am: Open Dairy Goat Doe classes begin, 4-H and FFA to follow 10 am: Beef Exhibitor Meeting, followed by Market, Breeding and Open Classes 11 am: ENTERTAINMENT BEGINS Noon-12:30 Lunch Little Arena 12:30-2:30 Western Dressage Little Arena 1 pm: Peewee Swine Showmanship • Pack Goat Showmanship classes begin • Rabbit Showmanship; confirmation classes follow 2:40pm-3pm: Horse Costume, Little Arena 3:30 pm: Dairy Goat Groom Squad 4 pm: OPEN AND FAMILY PENNING 4 pm: Goat Harness and Pack classes 5 pm-7 pm: KICK-OFF BBQ 6 pm: Archery competition Joan Frey Arena 6:30 pm: COWBOY AUCTION 6:30 pm: Fair & Rodeo Queen contestants Horsemanship in arena 8 pm: Penning Finals, Family Penning First 8 pm: Still Life Building closes 8 pm: Rabbit & Poultry Building closes 10 pm: CURFEW - all animals checked and barns cleared of exhibitors FRI, AUG 23, 2019 7 am: Fair Office open • All stalls & alleys must be cleaned • Fair Board Meeting 8 am: Still Life Bldg opens • Horse Classes starting with PeeWees • Horse English Pleasure, Discipline Rail, & English Equitation in Big Arena • Non Dairy Goat Showmanship begins • Sheep Showmanship begins • Swine Showmanship begins 9 am: Poultry Mkt Classes • Dairy Goat Showmanship adult followed by youth classes • Beef Showmanship begins • Miniature Horse classes begin followed by Driving Equine classes 9 am-Noon Jumping Little Arena 11 am: ENTERTAINMENT BEGINS Noon: Dairy Cattle Classes, Open classes follow 1 pm: ALL-AROUND SHOWMANSHIP CON-
TEST (Beef, Dairy Cattle, Dairy Goats, Meat Goats, Sheep, Swine and Horses.) 2 pm: Poultry Showmanship 3 pm: Open Branding begins; finals follow; Western Games Awards presented before Branding Finals. 3:30 pm: Dairy Goat Judging Contest 4-6 pm Archery Demos Joan Frey Arena 8 pm: Still Life Bldg closes • Rabbit/Poultry Bldg closes 10 pm: CURFEW - all animals checked and barns cleared of exhibitors SAT, AUG 24, 2019 6 am: Work Arena and Stock 7 am: Fair Office opens • Fair Board Meeting • All stalls and alleys must be cleaned. 7:30 am: Dog Check-in 8 am: Dog Showmanship begins followed by Obedience classes and Dog Judging • Goat Milking Contest • Small Animal All Around, Poultry Barn 8:30 am: County Team Roping 9 am: Still Life Building opens 9 am: PARADE PARTICIPANTS ASSEMBLE at Goldendale Primary School 9 am: Goat Costume class 9 am: Cavy agility Poultry Barn 9 am: Rabbit Hopping Poultry Barn 9:30 am Archery Demonstrations Joan Frey arena 10 am: DOWNTOWN PARADE STARTS 11 am: ENTERTAINMENT BEGINS 11:45 am: PARADE OF CHAMPIONS 12:15 pm: Hay/Grain King awards Presented 12:30 pm: RODEO starts 1 pm: Small Animal Costume/Drags, Poultry Barn 1 pm: Goat Calling Contest, Dairy Goat Showring 2-3 pm: Rabbit Judging Contest, Poultry Barn 3 pm: Dog Bench Show ends 4-7 pm: Steak Dinner, Grass Area by Joan Frey Arena 5 pm: MARKET STOCK SALE Begins, Swine Show arena 8 pm: Still Life Building closes 8 pm: Rabbit & Poultry Building closes 9 pm:Band/Dance, Sand Shed 10 pm: CURFEW - all animals checked and barns cleared of exhibitors SUN, AUG 25, 2019 6 am: Work Arena & Stock 7 am: Fair Office opens • Fair Board Meeting 8 am: All stalls/alleys cleaned • RODEO SLACK BEGINS • Small Animal Jeopardy, Poultry Barn 8:30 am Goat pajama parade 9 am: All goat awards at Goat show ring bleachers • Still Life Building opens 9:30 am: HORSE EXHIBITORS MANDATORY MEETING, in Swine Showring 10 am: Grace Brethren Service 10 am: Livestock Judging Contest 10:30 am: ENTERTAINMENT BEGINS 12:15 pm: LIVESTOCK PARADE 1 pm: 4 pm: State Fair Sign-up - 4-H Dept. 1 pm: RODEO starts 1:30 pm: Goat Agility Contest 3 pm: 4-H Awards, Reno’s Stage • Barns Closed for Market Stock animals loaded out 3 pm: HORSES RELEASED STALLS CLEANED & DECORATIONS REMOVED 3:30 pm: Still Life Building closes for exhibit take down; reopens at 4:00 pm for exhibit pickup. No exhibits released until 4:00 pm. 4:30 pm: ALL LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS RELEASED Decorations removed and stalls cleaned 5 pm: Still Life Building closes any exhibits not claimed taken to Fair Office.
1996 KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR & RODEO PROGRAM
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book
4 ————— GENERAL INFORMATION ————— KC FAIR BOARD ANIMAL-WELFARE POLICY Livestock fitting and showing, rodeos and other events involving animals are traditional hallmarks of the Klickitat County Fair. Hundreds of 4-H and FFA member and adults participate each year in competitions involving cattle, horses, swine, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits, dogs, and other animals. For many years community minded citizens and businesses have contributed to the future of young people by purchasing animals through the 4-H/FFA Livestock Auction. This auction has assisted with many college educations, and provided a sense of accomplishment for thousands of young people. Livestock exhibits and “petting zoos” have provided the public a better understanding of numbering species of animals. For many small children this close-up view and contact with animals is the highlight of their visit to the fair. The traditional and professionally performed rodeo rates as one of the Fair’s most popular spectator events. In recognition of the importance of animals to the Klickitat County Fair, it shall be the policy of all members and participants in Fair events to treat all animals exhibited or involved with these events in a humane manner. Animals shall be provided clean bedding, adequate food and water, and protection from harm. It is the policy of the Fair Board members and event organizers to protect animals
from mistreatment by the public and to assure the safety of fair patrons. All persons in charge of Fair activities shall be made aware of this policy. A. GENERAL RULES 1. The Fair Board has made every effort to make the rules and regulations clear, but reserves the final and absolute right to interpret them as may become necessary , and to settle controversies arising out of, connected to, or incidental to the Fair. 2. Exhibits shall at all times be under the direct control of the management, but the show will, in no case, be responsible in any way for any loss, damage, or injury of any character to any such property while the same is on the grounds, or at any other time or place. If property owners or others interested in property desire protection against loss, damage against loss, damage, or injury from fire or other causes, they must make other arrangements. Fair Board is not responsible for unclaimed exhibits. 3. No smoking is permitted in the fair buildings because of fire regulations. 4. Rental space for concessions and other commercial booths and exhibits must be arranged for through the Commercial Foods and Booth Rental Chairman. 5. No bikes, skateboards, rollerblades allowed on the grounds. 6. No animals except exhibits or service animals allowed on the grounds 7. The use of the fairgrounds for exercis-
ing the right of free expression shall be allowed during the Klickitat County Fair; provided that such expression shall not compromise public safety, interfere with the orderly movement of fair patrons, or infringe upon rights of other users of the fairgrounds. To accommodate these rights, the following requirements must be met: 1. No person on the Klickitat County Fairgrounds shall distribute literature, displays signs for the primary purpose of communicating to other users of the fairgrounds, or solicit petition signatures without written approval and an identification badge issued upon presentation of a written application stating: a. The name, address, telephone number of applicant and sponsoring organization, if any; b. A description of the proposed activity; c. The date, hour, and duration of the proposed activity. d. Application must be made 24 hours in advance of the proposed activity. 8. No person on the Klickitat County Fairgrounds shall solicit funds or offer merchandise or services for sale except as authorized by the Klickitat County Fair Board. 9. No person on the Klickitat County Fairgrounds unless participating in a scheduled event or activity, or unless separately licensed and authorized shall: a. Employ a sound or voice amplifying device for any purpose; b. Use a table, chair or other structure to
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conduct activities as described in this section; c. Store literature, signs, petitions, or related materials on the fairgrounds; d. Engage in dance, chant, or other performance intended to attract public notice. 10. Activities described in this section shall be confined to areas of the fairgrounds that are open to the general public. The following areas are excluded: a. Parking areas b. Areas within 15 feet of animal enclosures, exercise areas, show rings and arena; c. Ticket counters, booths, or other concession facilities; d. Restrooms, restaurants, or other areas where these activities may interfere with the free and orderly movement of fair patrons or jeopardize public. 11. All overnight campers must camp in designated places. All persons staying overnight on the Fairgrounds must register at the Fair Office and must have an adult chaperone. There is a curfew of 10 pm for all minors on the Fairgrounds. See camping rules and camping regulations safety. B. GENERAL EXHIBITOR RULES 1. Exhibitors must be enrolled in clubs, groups or FFA Chapters of Klickitat County or be residents of Klickitat County. 2. All stalls open, FFA, and 4-H, must be decorated. Entries and/or stall decorations, ribbons, stall cards, show boxes, and equipment shall not be removed before 4:30 pm on Sunday of the show or premiums will be withheld. 3. Any exhibitor guilty of misconduct (such as destruction of property, profane language, boisterous conduct) may have his exhibit withdrawn from the show and both sent home. Members of judging teams and visiting 4-H and FFA members’ open misconduct may disqualify their team from any winnings that they may receive. Also, members are sent home. 4. Exhibitors should also note special rules at the head of each department. C. PREMIUMS 1. All Open and Youth Division exhibits is placed according to the Danish or group award system, with Blue, Red, and White groups in each lot number. 2. The Klickitat County Fair Board expects to be able to pay all premiums in full at a rate of 7 cents/point. Cash premiums are paid: Champion $10, Reserve Champion $8, ribbons only on Class Champions in the Livestock Departments. In Still Life, cash premiums are paid: Top of Show $5, Judges Choice $3. Ribbons only on judging contests. Since the fair must be selfsustaining, the Board reserves the right to make whatever reductions or increases of amount/point paid. 3. Premium moneys to be mailed as soon after the Fair closing as possible. CHECKS MUST BE CASHED WITHIN SIXTY DAYS OF THE CHECK DATE; otherwise they are forfeited to the Fair. 4. Any person knowingly violating any Fair rules will thereby forfeit any premium
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book monies and be barred from the Fair. 5. In order for any exhibit to quality for any champion ribbon, it must first receive a blue ribbon. D. LIVESTOCK RULES 1. The following groups are identified for special programs, activities, participation within the Klickitat County Fair. Open Class Livestock Peewees: Under 7 by Oct 1, 2018 Horses Peewees: Under 5 by Oct 1, 2018 Cloverbuds: 5-7 by Oct 1, 2018 First Year Junior Showman: 8-10 by Oct 1, 2018. Has never shown species before Juniors: 8-10 by Oct 1, 2018 Intermediate: 11-13 by Oct 1, 2018 Senior: 14-18 by Oct 1, 2018 Adult: 19 and older as of Oct 1, 2018 2. Exhibitor will at all times be responsible for their animals and furnish necessary feed and water troughs for their care. Bedding is made available by the Fair Board. Stalls, pens, and alleys shall be cleaned by 7 am 3. Every exhibitor is solely responsible for any consequential or other loss, injury, or damage done to or occasions by or arising from any animal exhibited by them and shall indemnify the management against all legal or other proceedings in regard thereto. The management will take every precaution in its power for the safe preservation of stock on exhibit. To insure the safety of fair patrons and other exhibitors the livestock superintendents and/or members of the Fair Executive Board shall have the right to refuse entry of any animal exhibiting unsuitable for public display. 4. Animals must be shown in such manner as the judge may require or allow. Exhibitors refusing for any cause not meeting with the approval of the management to lead out their animals for competition in the show ring or for students’ judging contests, when called, will forfeit all premiums won. All animals used for a contest must be approved by the superintendent. 5. Judges are required to discriminate
against animals upon which surgical operation has been performed to improve “show” appearance. This rule must be strictly adhered to. 6. Animals entered in the wrong department, classes, or lots may be reclassified by the superintendent. 7. Temporary transfers or sales to make competition are forbidden. 8. Animals may be entered in and shown in only one department (i.e.: 4-H, FFA, or Open.) 9. Only animals entered in the fair allowed in pens. Proof of ownership may be required. 10. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS—ALL LIVESTOCK ENTRIES, AS UNLOADED, MUST PASS BY LIVESTOCK SCALES AREA AND BE INSPECTED BY FAIR VETERINARIAN/SUPERINTENDENT BEFORE BEING TAKEN TO BARNS. a. Fair veterinarians MUST and WILL reject any animal with infectious or contagious disease or ectoparasites. Exhibitors should be aware that RINGWORM, WARTS, PINKEYE, STRANGLES, CONTAGIOUS CTHYMA, SCABIES, LICE, MITES, TICKS, and FLEAS fall in to these categories. b. No animal from a quarantined area or premise is permitted to enter any fair. c. All breeding sheep and goats must have official USDA National Scrapie Eradication assigned flock identification. 11. Owners of all livestock must do their own fitting. 12. Stall fees are as follows: Beef/Diary - $15/HEAD Sheep/Goats - $10/HEAD Swine - $15/HEAD Rabbits/Poultry - $3/animal Entry fees for horses: Horses - $15/HEAD Miniature Horses/Ponies - $10/HEAD Western Games participation fee: $5/rider NO ENTREES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITH OUT ENTRY FEES. YOUR ENTRY FORM WILL BE RETURNED. 13. All livestock exhibits, including rabbit, poultry and cavy must remain on the premises from check in until 4:30 pm on Sunday, exceptions include horses being hauled in and lactating dairy cattle, which are only required to remain on fairgrounds premises on the day of the classes, or removal by a Veterinarian and/or Fair Board. 14. All exhibitors are required to show their market animal in the Showmanship Class to be eligible for the Market Stock Sale. 15. Approved Livestock showing attire at the Klickitat County Fair shall be long pants, shirt with a collar and closed toed shoes or boots. E. GRIEVANCE GUIDELINES: 1. A grievance of Superintendent’s decisions may be submitted to the Fair Board. 2. The person filing a grievance must complete the grievance form. 3. Grievance shall be filed and a $25 fee paid within 24 hours of the incident. 4. The Grievance Committee will meet
5 with the Fair Board to explain the grievance filed. 5. The Grievance Committee will then investigate the grievance and render a written decision to the Fair Board within 24 hours of the time the grievance was filed if the grievance is a fair issue that needs to be settled prior to close of fair. The Grievance Committee will determine if the grievance is a timely issue and if necessary may render a verbal decision immediately with a written decision presented to the Fair Board within 24 hours. If timing is not an issue then a decision is made by the Monday following the close of fair. 6. Formal grievances is answered in writing by the Fair Board within 30 days of the date of filing. 7. The $25 fee is returned if the grievance is sustained. The Grievance Committee consists of 5 people appointed by the Fair Board President and subject to confirmation by the Fair Board of Directors. They will serve for a time of three (3) years. The Grievance Information and Forms
are available at the Fair Office. 8. If no grievance process is not previously outlined in events or departments. All grievances will default to this grievance process. LIVESTOCK AWARDS 4-H SPIRIT ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AWARD Given to 4-H member who best demonstrates 4-H spirit of caring for animals. Extension staff to select winner. Presented at 4-H Achievement Day. KLICKITAT COUNTY LIVESTOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION AWARD The Klickitat County Livestock Growers Association will invite following exhibitors to be their guests at their annual banquet: Grand Champion Market Steer, Swine, Goat, Lamb and all Steer of Merit recipients. Awards for steer of merit are sponsored by Columbia River Beef.
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HERDSMANSHIP BY SPECIES SHOWMANSHIP RULES REASONS FOR CHANGE: 1. Less clubs/chapters than previously. 2. Importance of focusing on how entire barn area (stall, pens, alleys, wash racks, fitting areas, show rings) appears to public. 3. Friendly competition amongst all species in livestock barn. AWARDS: 1. Two banners to display in the barns for the winning species from the previous day. 2. Ice cream cones for everyone (livestock, horse, small animals) on Sunday at the “Awards/Closing Ceremonies”. Sponsored with $250 from Klickitat County 4-H Leaders Council. This occurs while loading out market stock sale animals; then everyone returns to their respective barns, removes decorations, loads home bound animals, and departs. HOW IT WORKS: 1. Superintendents set up a schedule for each Species area. 2. Divide the number of exhibitors by the time slots you have to fill. Superintendents will have an Intermediate or Senior member with a Junior at all slots. 3. At 7 AM Thursday all the kids draw a number out of a hat and then in order of the draw are able to write their name in the slot they want. They will draw for Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday at this time. 4. Kids that are showing more than one species, or are involved in high school sports practice (Thursday & Friday only for sports) will have first choice before the draw. 5. One adult will also be assigned to each slot. Be it Leader or Parent. 6. Superintendents will have a list of duties required to do while on herdsmanship, so the “common areas” are also taken care of; which has been a problem when doing
1. All exhibitors (open, FFA, and 4-H) must enter Showmanship class for each species of animal being entered in a type or performance class. 2. All animals used for showmanship must be owned or leased by exhibitor and entered in a type (performance, games, obedience, open, market, or breeding stock) competition 3. All exhibitors are required to show their own market animal in Showmanship Class to be eligible for Market Stock Sale. 4. As emphasis is on youngster, not the animal, premium points the same regardless of type, size, or value of animal involved. Premium points: Blue 50, Red 35, and White 25. 5. Champion & Reserve Champion chosen for each lot: Peewees, Cloverbuds if applicable. First Year Junior Showman, Junior, Intermediate, Senior. Premiums paid: Champion $10 and Reserve Champion $8.
ALL-AROUND SHOWMANSHIP CONTEST Three age divisions: Junior, Intermediate and Senior as shown in respective animal species, and must be a member of 4-H or FFA. The animal species eligible for the AllAround are Horse, Beef, Dairy, Sheep, Swine, Dairy Goats and Market Goats. A minimum of eight participates/animal species is required to be eligible for the AllAround contest. Each age group will show together as showmanship class. Classes placed from first to last. Each participant will receive individual score in relationship to their placing and ability. Individual scores range from 7 to 0, with a “+” or “-“given if the judge desires. A+ is worth a positive 1/3 point and “-“ worth a negative 1/3 point. For
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example, 5+ score=5 1/3 points, while 6+ score=6 1/3 points. Species superintendent responsible for providing number of animals needed. Appropriate equipment for showing animals provided, too. All-Around Showman-ship Supt responsible for telling species superintendent how many extra animals needed. If possible, the contest will use the second place animals in each age division. The extra animals should be safe for all participates to handle. Any animal considered unsafe by superintendent and judge to be replaced by safe and equally showable animal. Species superintendent and judge shall let that species winner show his/her own animal. An individual can win All-Around Showmanship Contest from an animal species once/age group. An individual can win AllAround Showmanship Contest in the same age group using different species. All-Around Showmanship superintendents are responsible for setting up, organizing and running All-Around Showmanship Contest.
LARGE ANIMAL ALL-AROUND SHOWMANSHIP AWARD The Award will be given to the highest placing Junior, Intermediate and Senior In the All-Around Showmanship contests. Senior award sponsored by Carl & Karen Conroy. Intermediate and Junior awards sponsored by Craig & Dona Schuster.
GENERAL STOCK SALE RULES 1. Only market animals in official 4-H and FFA projects that were in attendance at pre show are eligible for sale. NO OPEN CLASS OR PRIMARY 4-H MEMBERS. Exhibitors of all market sale animals must send in an entry form accompanied by appropriate entry fees by Jul 26th. 2. Eligibility to exhibit and sell a market stock sale animal will end with the fair in Aug following graduation from High School. 3.4-H and FFA members must complete a market livestock project record(s) and turn them in when record books and educational posters are due (See Schedule.) Project records are reviewed for completeness that day by representatives of the 4H Leaders Council or FFA staff. 4. No project record(s) means NO SALE. 5. Two (2). exhibits may be entered per exhibitor. Only one animal per exhibitor will go through Market Stock Sale. Second animal can go to resale buyer, a custom plant, or home. Exhibitors must notify Market Stock Sale Coordinator of destination for all animals on grounds (but not going through the sale) SECONDS, OVERWEIGHTS OR UNDERWEIGHTS BY 5PM FRIDAY or they will be designated as TAKE HOME. 6. The Fair will make every effort to collect carcass data on all steers exhibited at the Fair.
7. Exhibitor’s market animals will be placed in sale order by ribbon placing with the highest placing animal selling for that exhibitor. In the event of like placing in separate classes, the heaviest animal will sell. The only exception will be if an exhibitor has both Grand and Reserve Champion, they will both sell, with the exception that there must be a minimum of five( 5) animals in the market class to sell both grand and reserve animal. 8. All market stock animals will be weighed by weighing committee upon arrival. This will remain the official weight throughout Fair. If an animal’s weight disputed, it will be taken off the scale, the scale balanced, and the animal re-weighed immediately. That weight will stand. 9. Consignment of animals will be to the Klickitat County Market Stock Sale and a maximum of 4% commission will be deducted from the total sale proceeds to offset the cost of conducting the sale. 10. Any animal disqualified from showing will also be disqualified from the sale. 11. Livestock will be listed on the sale sheet and sold in order of their respective placings in the show ring, beginning with Champions, Memorial animals, followed by Blue then Red ribbons. NO WHITE RIBBON ANIMALS WILL BE SOLD. 12. EXHIBITORS ARE REQUIRED TO SHOW THEIR MARKET ANIMAL IN SHOWMANSHIP TO SELL. 13. Exhibitors should place all type and showmanship ribbons on their animals as they are going through the Market Stock Sale 14. MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO SEND THANK YOU NOTES TO EVERYONE WHO DONATED TO THEIR ANIMALS. 15. Regulations concerning withdrawal time of drugs and chemicals to be strictly followed (As described in Health Regulations Part B.) If the animal is condemned in the slaughter process, because of disease, infection, or use of medication, etc., it is the 4-H or FFA member’s responsibility to absorb the loss. Neither the market stock sale nor the Fair management takes any responsibility for such damages. 16. It is exhibitor’s responsibility to meet Quality Assurance requirement of safe and wholesome product. Any animal determined to pose health risk as food product and/or quality meat product will be disqualified from going to fair arranged packer. All animals are subject to necessary Quality Assurance standards. (These are determined by the Superintendent, Judge, Veterinarian, Market Stock Sale Coordinator, and 4-H or FFA Staff.)
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LOT 1. MARKET STOCK SALE STEERS STALL FEE $15.00 PREMIUMS: Blue 75 points, Red 50 points, White 30 points 1. Steers must weigh 1100 lbs. min. when weighed upon arrival. 2. Classes will be assigned according to weight 3. All steers must be naturally polled or dehorned. (Reasonable scurs is considered on a case by case basis.) CLASS 1. MARKET STEERS LOT 2. MARKET STOCK SALE GOATS STALL FEE $10.00 PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points, Red 35 points, White 25 points 1. Goats must weigh 75 lbs. to 115 lbs. when weighed upon arrival. 2. Market Stock Sale goats must be born after Jan 1 of the current year. 3. Market Stock Sale goats may not have horns (reasonable scurs is considered on a case by case basis.) 4. All males must be wethers 5. All market goats must have a scrapie tag. CLASS 1. MARKET GOATS LOT 3. MARKET STOCK SALE LAMBS STALL FEE $10.00 PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points, Red 35 points, White 25 points 1. Lambs must weigh 115 lbs. to 150 lbs. when weighed upon arrival 2. Market Stock Sale lambs must be slick shorn. 3. Classes will be assigned according to weight. 4. All males must be wethers. 4. All market lambs must have a scrapie tag. CLASS 1. MARKET LAMBS LOT 4. MARKET STOCK SALE SWINE STALL FEE $15.00 PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points, Red 35 points, White 25 points 1. Hogs must weigh 240-300 lbs. when weighed upon arrival. 2. Market swine are not to be body shaved or have oil used on them. 3. All males must be barrows. 4. All swine must have a clean readable tag at weigh-in. 5. Hogs being weighed in must have a
responsible person to handle and pen the pig. CLASS 1. MARKET SWINE LOT 5. MARKET STOCK SALE POULTRY STALL FEE $3.00/ per head PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points, Red 15 points, White 15 points 1. Market Stock sale animals weighed at check-in and must meet weight limitations to sell. 2. SHOWMANSHIP IS REQUIRED & ENTERED IN DEPARTMENT 180 – 4-H & F.F.A. MARKET CHICKENS CLASS 1. Cornish Cross (white) Broilers - 4-7 lbs. and less than 10 weeks of age CLASS 2. Ranger (red) Broilers - 4-7 lbs. and less than 12 weeks of age CLASS 3. Dual Purpose/Heritage Breeds- 4-10 lbs. and less than 5 months old. MARKET DUCKS CLASS 4. 5 to 10 pounds and less than 14 weeks of age. MARKET TURKEYS Class 5. Heritage Breeds 8 lbs. to 15 lbs. Class 6. Broad Breasted 12-25 lbs. LOT 6. MARKET STOCK SALE RABBITS STALL FEE $3.00 per head PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points, Red 15 points, White 15 points 1. The latest edition of the “Standard of perfection, by the American Rabbit Breeders Association” will be used as the standard for judging market rabbits. Animals not meeting weight and age requirements will not be judged in market class and are not eligible for market sale. 2. SHOWMANSHIP IS REQUIRED & ENTERED IN DEPARTMENT 195 – 4-H & F.F.A. MARKET RABBITS CLASS 1. Fryer 3 ½ lbs. to 5 lbs., not over 10 weeks of age Class 2 Roasters: 5 ½ to 8 lbs., not over 6 months of age.
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7 ANIMALS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY Jul 27th. 2. SEE DEPARTMENT 90 FOR MARKET STOCK SALE INFORMATION. PREMIUMS Blue 75 Points Red 50 Points White 25 points LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP (see showmanship rules) Class 1.First Year Junior Showman – 810 yr olds by Oct 1 and has never shown species before Class 2. Junior – 8-10 yr olds by Oct 1, Class 3. Intermediate – 11-13 yr olds by Oct 1, Class 4. Senior – 14-18 yr olds by Oct 1 LOT 2. CLUB OR CHAPTER HERD Each club/group or chapter may show one group of three steers owned by two or more members. Animals judged on conformation, fleshing, and uniformity of size
and quality. Class 5. Club or Chapter Herd LOT 3. BREEDING STOCK Open, 4-H, FFA ;Please Specify Breed Class 6. Two Year Old Bull – calved between Jan 1 and Aug 31 year before last. Class 7. Senior Yearling Bull – calved between Sep 1 and Dec 31, last year. Class 8. Junior Yearling Bull – calved between Jan 1 and April 30, last year. Class 9. Summer Yearling Bull – calved May 1 through Aug 31 last year. Class 10. Senior Bull Calf – Calved between Sep 1 and Dec 31 last year. Class 11. Junior Bull Calf – Calved after Jan 1 current year. Class 12. Junior Steer calf – Calved after Jan. 1 current year. Class 13. Mature Cow, Must have calved. Class 14. Two year old Cow – calved between Jan. 1 and Aug. 31 year before last. Class 15. Senior Yearling Heifer– calved
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8 between Sep 1 and Dec 31, last year. Class 16. Junior Yearling Heifer – calved between Jan 1 and Apr 30, last year. Class 17. Summer Yearling Heifer – calved between May 1 and Aug 31 last year. Class 18. Senior Heifer Calf – Calved between Sep 1 and Dec 31 last year. Class 19. Junior Heifer Calf – Calved after Jan 1 current year. Class 20. Get of Sire; 4 animals - both sexes represented – by one sire. Class 21. Pair of Yearlings; 1 yearling bull and 1 yearling heifer. Class 22. Pair of Calves; 1 bull calf and 1 heifer calf. Class 23. Cow-Calf; Cow and her offspring any age. Class 24. Pen of Four (4) feeder steers.
BEEF AWARDS BRUCE CAMERON MEMORIAL BUCKLE Award presented to exhibitor of the Grand Champion Steer in memory of longtime cattle producer and Fair supporter, Bruce Cameron. Buckle by the Bruce and Kay Cameron Family and sponsored by Friends of Bruce Cameron. ELMER HUCKFELDT MEMORIAL TROPHY Award presented to exhibitor of the Grand Champion Market Steer. Sponsored by the Klickitat County Livestock Growers Association. RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET STEER Award presented to exhibitor of the Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer. Sponsored by Riverview Community Bank, Goldendale Branch. Buckle sponsored by Hanning Cattle also awarded. GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION TRAVELING BLANKETS Traveling Blankets for Champion and Reserve Champion Steers sponsored by
Klickitat County Fair. RATE OF GAIN / CARCASS CONTEST Award presented to exhibitor of steer placing first in Rate of Gain/Carcass Contest sponsored by the Columbia Bull Test Station. Second and Third place trophies sponsored by Craig and Dona Schuster. Trophies presented at annual Livestock Growers Banquet. Sixty Livestock Carcass Award Sixty Livestock, owned by Karla Nolen will award cash prizes to the top three carcass steers that went through the market stock sale. First Place $75.00 Second Place $50.00 Third Place $25.00 JOE HASSING LIVESTOCK MEMORIAL AWARD Each year an anonymous committee representing Columbia Bank will select one 4-H or FFA member, based in part upon their ability and quality of their exhibit, to receive a steer to be fed and shown at following year’s fair. Those selected chosen from entrants with steers at the annual Klickitat County Fair. Recipient given an engraved plaque.
pion Intermediate Beef Showman in memory of Sally Kayser-Mills sponsored by Neil and Jill Kayser. An exhibitor can only win this award once during their time as an intermediate showman. In the case of a repeat winner the next highest non halter winner awarded the halter. WEST END CATTLEMAN SR SHOWMANSHIP AWARD Award presented to Champion Senior Beef Showman. Sponsored by Ladiges Ranches, LLC, Kreps Ranch, and Quarter Moon Ranch.
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SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS TED ALEXANDER MEMORIAL AWARD Award presented to highest placing First Year Junior Beef showman. Sponsored by Kay Cameron. EDWARD G. MORRIS MEMORIAL JUNIOR BEEF SHOWMANSHIP AWARD Award presented to first place Junior Beef Showman. Sponsored by Denise Morris and Family. SALLY KAYSER-MILLS INTERMEDIATE BEEF SHOWMAN AWARD Trophy show halter awarded to Cham-
and over that have calved at least once. Class 15. Get of Sire – 3 animals both sexes represented from one sire Class 16. Produce of Dam – 2 animals any age either sex from one dam Class 17. Dam and her Daughter
1. ENTRY FORMS AND FEES FOR ALL ANIMALS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 27th. 2. All breeds will show together, but breed should be specified on entry form. 3. Animals may be registered or grade. PREMIUMS: Blue 75 points, Red 50 points, White 25 points. LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP (See showmanship rules) Class 1. First Year Junior Showman - 810 yr olds by Oct 1 and has never shown species before Class 2. Junior – 8-10 yr olds by Oct 1 Class 3. Intermediate – 11-13 yr olds by Oct 1 Class 4. Senior–14-18 yr olds by Oct 1 LOT 2. BREEDING STOCK – OPEN, 4-H & FFA Class 5. Junior bull calf – born between Jan 1 and May 1, current year Class 6. Mature Cow Class 7. 2 year old Cow – calved between Jan1 & Aug 31 year before last. Class 8. Senior Yearling Heifer – calved between Sep 1 and Dec 31, last year Class 9. Junior Yearling Heifer – calved between Jan 1 and April 30, last year Class 10. Summer Yearling Heifer – calved between May 1 and Aug 31, last year Class 11. Senior Heifer Calf – calved between Sep 1 and Dec 31, last year Class 12. Junior Heifer Calf – calved after Jan 1 current year Class 13. Best 3 Females – any age, owned by exhibitor. Class 14. Dairy Herd – 3 Cows – 2 years
1. ENTRY FORMS AND FEES FOR ALL ANIMALS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUN 1st. 2. Exhibitors limited to showing no more than 10 goats. 3. 4-H and FFA leases must be on file with the Extension Office by June 1st. No leases allowed in the Open division. 4. Base date for computing animal’s age is date of entry - Jul 27TH. 5. Does over 24 months and never in milk may only be entered in LOT 7 Novelty Pet. 6. All animals are required to be fit for show before unloading. Touch up and udder clipping allowed only. 7. Dairy animals with horns will not be allowed except those entered in Lot 6 Working Goat. Class 37 Pack/Trail goat. Reasonable scurs considered on case by case basis. 8. No intact bucks allowed. All males must be wethers. 9. Working/Pack Goat showmanship does not qualify for All-Around Showmanship. PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points, Red 35 points, White 25 points.
GOAT SHOWMANSHIP BUCKLES Buckles awarded to first place showman in each of the Peewees, First Year Junior Intermediate, Senior, and Adult Goat Showmanship classes. Dairy Goat sponsored by . LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP Class1: PeeWee Under 7 by Oct. 1 Class 2: First Year Junior Showman 810 by Oct. 1 who has never shown this species before Class 3: Juniors 8-10 by Oct. 1 Class 4: Intermediate 11-13 by Oct.1 Class 5: Senior 14-18 by Oct. 1 Class 6: Adult 19+ by Oct.1 (See showmanship rules.) QUALIFIES FOR ALL AROUND SHOWMANSHIP LOT 2: WORKING/PACK GOAT SHOWMANSHIP; DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book ALL AROUND SHOWMANSHIP Your showmanship will be judged going over the trail course possibly in required gear. Class 7. Peewees – Anyone under 7 by Oct 1 Class 8. First Year Showman – 8-10 yr olds by Oct 1 and has never shown species before Class 9. Junior – 8-10 yr olds by Oct 1 Class 10. Intermediate – 11-13 yr olds by Oct 1 Class 11. Senior – 14-18 yr olds by Oct 1 Class 12. Adult – Anyone over 19 years of age LOT 3. BREEDING STOCK (INCLUDING CROSSBRED) SPECIFY BREED ON ENTRY FORM Class 13. Doe kid under 4 months Class 14. Doe kid 4 months and under 8 months Class 15. Doe kid 8 months and under 12 months Class 16. Dry yearling 12 months and under 24 months – never in milk JUNIOR CHAMPION DOELING JUNIOR RESERVE CHAMPION DOELING Class 17. Yearling Milker – Doe under 2 years old in milk Class 18. Doe 2 years and under 3 years in milk Class 19. Doe 3 years and under 4 years in milk Class 20. Doe 4 years and under 5 years in milk Class21. Aged Doe – Doe over 5 years in milk Class 22. Best Udder – A single entry/exhibitor to be selected from entries in classes 17 thru 22 SENIOR CHAMPION DOE, SENIOR RESERVE, CHAMPION DOE BEST OVERALL DAIRY DOE IN SHOW LOT 4. DAIRY GOAT GROUPS Goats entered in group lots need not be breed specific. However they must be registered and shown by a single owner with the exception of the Group Herd class 23. Class 23. Group Dairy Herd – 3 or more Does from classes 17 thru 21 registered to exhibitors from the same club. Group name on entry form. Class 24. Dairy Herd – 3 or more Does from classes 17 thru 21 owned by a single exhibitor. Class 25. Junior Get of Sire – 3 Doelings from classes 13 thru 16 owned by one exhibitor – Sire to be named on the entry form. Class 26. Senior Get of Sire – 3 Does from classes 17 thru 21 owned by one exhibitor – Sire to be named on the entry form. Class 27. Produce of Dam – 2 offspring from the same doe from classes 17 thru 21 not necessarily from the same sire, owned by one exhibitor. Class 28. Dam and daughter owned by one exhibitor. Class 29.Grand-dam, Dam and daughter
owned by one exhibitor. LOT 5. NOVELTY PET 1. Any goat not eligible for entry in a specific breed class Class 30. Junior Doeling Pet – Female under 6 months of age Class 31. Intermediate Doeling Pet – Female 6 months under 1 year Class 32. Senior Doe Pet – Doe over 1 year of age Class 33. Junior Wether Pet – Male under 6 months of age Class 34. Intermediate Wether Pet – Male 6 months under 1 year Class 35. Senior Wether Pet – Male over 1 year of age LOT 6. WORKING GOAT 1. Combined lot – 4-H, FFA and Open judged together. 2. LOT not gender or age specific. 3. All males must be wethers. 4. Pack/Trail animals allowed to show with horns. Horns must be blunted/padded for exhibitor and judge safety while in the ring. 5. Animals entered expected to be mature enough to perform function for which trained without injury to animal or exhibitor. 6. Animal and exhibitor should be shown in full gear for their appropriate class. Class 36. Driving/Cart Goat Class 37. Pack/Trail Goat (Animals allowed to show with horns. Horns must be blunted/padded for exhibitor and judge safety while in the ring.) LOT 7. DAIRY GOAT JUDGING CONTEST Based upon the ADGA Scorecard
Class 38. Junior Exhibitor Class 39. Intermediate Exhibitor – Be prepared to defend your placings Class 40. Senior Exhibitor – Be prepared to defend your placings LOT 8. MILKING CONTEST 1. All contestants must furnish their own milking container. 2. All milkers will milk for a period of one (1) minute under supervision 3. All milk measured in volume for winner. 4. See showmanship age brackets Class 41. Peewee Milker Class 42. Junior Milker Class 43. Intermediate Milker Class 44. Senior Milker Class 45. Adult Milker LOT 9. FUN CONTESTS – Ribbon Only – No Premiums
1. Contestant must have an entry in either Department 120, 125, 130, or 135. 2. Each contestant allowed one entry/class. 3. Non-monetary prizes awarded for the first 3 placings in each class. Class 46. Costume Contest – 3 categories 4. Most Creative 5. Match Handler and Animal 6. Fair Theme Class 47. Calling Contest Class 48. Groom Squad – Team of 3 County Fair Goat Exhibitors to fit a dairy goat for show in 45 minutes. A $10.00 prize awarded to each member of winning team. Class 49. Peewee Exhibitor Agility/Obstacle Course Class 50. Junior Exhibitor Agility/Obsta-
cle Course Class 51 Intermediate Exhibitor Agility/Obstacle Course Class 52. Senior Exhibitor Agility/Obstacle Course NON DAIRY GOAT DEPT 130 – OPEN DEPT 135 – 4-H & FFA; ENTRY FEE $10/HEAD; HEATHER GALLAGHER, 541-980-0960 1. ENTRY FORMS & STALL FEES FOR ANIMALS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 26th. 2. Exhibitors limited to showing no more than 10 goats. Exhibitors showing from same family and/or farm limited to 10 goats combined. 3. 4-H and FFA leases must be on file with Extension Office by May 1st. No leases allowed in Open division. 4. Base date for computing animal’s age is date of entry. 5. All animals required to be fit for show before unloading. No body clipping allowed on fair grounds. 6. NO BUCKS ALLOWED. PREMIUMS: Blue – 50 points Red – 35 points White – 25 points LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP(See showman-
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10 Class 5. Senior 14-18 by Oct 1 Class 6. Anyone over 19 years of age LOT 2. GROUP OR CHAPTER HERD Each group or chapter may show one group of (3) three Market Goats owned by two or more members. Animals judged on confirmation, fleshing and uniformity of size and quality. Class 7. Club or Chapter Herd
LOT 3. PERCENTAGE BREED STOCK 1. State meat breed type on entry form (i.e.: Boer, Tennessee, Kiko) Class 8. 50% Junior Doeling – Under 8 months, never bred Class 9. 50% Intermediate Doeling - 8 months under 2 years (never exposed to a buck) Class 10. 50% Senior Doeling – 1 year and older, bred or kidded Class 11. 51% to 93% Junior Doeling – Under 8 months, never bred Class 12. 51% to 93% Intermediate Doeling – 8 months to 2 years, (not exposed to a buck) Class 13. 51% to 93% Senior Doeling – 1 year and older, bred or kidded. Class 14. 94% to 100% Junior Doeling – under 8 months, never bred. Class 15. 94% to 100% Intermediate Doeling – 8 months under 2 years, (not exposed to a buck) Class 16. 94% to 100% Senior Doeling – 1 year and older, bred or kidded. *Class Champions and Reserve Champions returned to the Show Ring for the following: JUNIOR CHAMPION DOE, JUNIOR RESERVE CHAMPION DOE, INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION DOE, INTERMEDIATE RESERVE CHAMPION DOE, SENIOR CHAMPION DOE, SENIOR RESERVE CHAMPION DOE AND GRAND CHAMPION DOE OF THE SHOW. LOT 4. BREEDING GROUP CLASSES Must be registered to a single exhibitor (not for sale). Class 17. Breed Pen – 3 female breed stock, showing meat quality.
• Dam may be entered in the Dairy Goat Department. • Daughter must be entered and shown in the Non-Dairy Goat Department. • Both Dam/ Daughter must be owned/exhibited by same owner. Class 18. Dam and Daughter • Granddame may be entered in the Dairy Goat Department. • Dam and Daughter must be entered and shown in the Non-Dairy Goat Department. • All three must be owned and exhibited by same owner. Class 19. Granddame, Dam and Daughter/ Need not have same sire. Must be selected from Classes 8 thru 16. Must be owned and exhibited by the owner. Class 20. Produce of Dam – 2 or more offspring from same dam. • Need not have the same sire. • Must be owned and exhibited by the same owner. Class 21. Get of Sire - 3 animals from one sire. LOT 5. FIBER GOAT State goat type (i.e. Cashmere, Angora) on entry form. Exhibitor needs to supply a raw, unprocessed sample of their goat’s fleece. Class 22. Junior Animal - under 1 year either sex. Class 23. Senior Animal - over 1 year either sex. CHAMPION FIBER GOAT RESERVE CHAMPION FIBER GOAT
NON-DAIRY GOAT AWARDS GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT An award given to the exhibitor of the Grand Champion Market Goat. Belt buckle awarded to exhibitor Grand Champion Market Goat, Sponsored by Ibby Jayne Coyne and Mason T Goosen.
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SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS SENIOR NON-DAIRY GOAT SHOWMAN AWARD Award given to Champion Non-Dairy Goat Showman. Sponsored by Greg and Heather Gallagher. INTERMEDIATE NONDAIRY GOAT SHOWMAN AWARD Award given to Champion Intermediate Non-Dairy Goat Showman. Sponsored by Greg & Heather Gallagher. JUNIOR NON-DAIRY GOAT SHOWMAN AWARD Award given to Champion Junior NonDairy Goat Showman. Sponsored by Greg & Heather Gallagher. FIRST YEAR JUNIOR NON-DAIRY GOAT SHOWMAN AWARD Award given to Champion First Year Junior Non-Dairy Goat Showman. Sponsored by Greg & Heather Gallagher.
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HIGH POINT SHEEP EXHIBITOR AWARD Presented to the sheep exhibitor accumulating the most points. Following point system used: 1. Conformation Placing- Grand Champion 50 points, Reserve Grand Champion 30 points, Class Champion 10 points. 2. Showmanship Placing- Champion 25 points, Reserve 15 points, Class Champion 10 points. If both market lambs and breeding stock exhibited, points combined to select winner. Purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding, well-rounded sheep exhibitors. Sponsored by Jim and Pam Beierle. MARKET LAMB RATE OF GAIN CONTEST Trophies presented to exhibitors of lambs placing 1st and 2nd in Rate of Gain Contest. Sponsored by Goldendale Vet Clinic Dr. Marianne Randall. LYNN GARNER MEMORIAL AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT Award presented to most diligent, helpful, and determined exhibitor who may not have been recognized in show ring, but has been noticed by those they helped. If you know someone who fits this description, contact your club leader or barn superintendent. This award is given annually during fair, sponsored by Kirt and Lisa O’Leary in remembrance of Kirt’s mother, Lynn Garner. JEAN SCHILLING MEMORIAL LAMB AWARD Each year an anonymous committee representing 7-F Ranch selects one 4-H or FFA member, based in part upon their ability and quality of their exhibit, to receive a lamb to be fed & shown at the following year’s fair. Recipients will be chosen from entrants with lambs at annual Klickitat County Fair. Recipients are given an engraved plaque.
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ALEX WHITMORE MEMORIAL SENIOR SWINE SHOWMAN AWARD Memorial buckle awarded to Champion Senior Swine Showman. Sponsored by the Whitmore Family. ENTRY FORMS AND FEES FOR ALL ANIMALS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 26th. SEE DEPARTMENT 90 FOR MARKET STOCK SALE INFORMATION. PREMIUMS: Blue 50 Points, Red 35 Points, White 25 Points LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP(SEE SHOWMANSHIP RULES) Class 1. Peewees – Younger than 7 by Oct 1 Open Class Only Class 2: First Year Junior Showman - 810 by Oct 1 never shown species before Class 3. Junior – 8-10 by Oct 1 Class 4. Intermediate - 11-13 by Oct 1 Class 5.Senior – 14-18 by Oct 1 LOT 2. BREEDING STOCK – OPEN, 4H, FFA Class 6. Gilt – Under 6 Months Class 7 . Gilt – 6 to 12 Months Class 8. Other Female - Please Specify Age Class 9. Open Class Barrow
SWINE AWARDS GRAND CHAMPION MARKET HOG • Award presented to exhibitor of Grand Champion Market Hog. Sponsored by Far West Fertilizer, operated by the Dale Thiele Family, Goldendale • Belt buckle awarded to exhibitor Grand Champion Market Hog. Sponsored by J & S Enterprises, Goldendale. RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET HOG • Award presented to exhibitor of Grand Champion Market Hog. Sponsored by Far West Fertilizer, operated by the Dale Thiele Family, Goldendale • Belt buckle awarded to exhibitor Grand Champion Market Hog. Sponsored by J&S Enterprises, Goldendale. TRAVELING GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION BLANKETS Traveling Blankets for Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Market Hogs provided. Sponsored by Klickitat County Fair. MARKET HOG RATE OF GAIN CONTEST Trophies presented to exhibitors of hogs placing 1st and 2nd in Rate of Gain Contest. Sponsored by Goldendale Vet Clinic, Dr. Marianne Randall. THE BERNICE THIELE MEMORIAL HOG AWARD Each year an anonymous committee representing Bernice Thiele Family selects one 4-H or FFA member, based in part on their ability and quality of their exhibit, to receive a hog to be fed and shown at following year’s fair. Those chosen are from
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No horses may be stalled without a vet check and approval of superintendent. Daily classes begin at 8 am. 1. ENTRY FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT CORRECTLY, COMPLETELY AND LEGIBLY BY THE EXHIBITOR. ENTRY FORMS INCLUDING ENTRY FEES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 26th. Once postmarked, no classes may be added and no changes of the horse entered allowed, no re-entry allowed and no fees refunded. Exhibitors must show in their own age division only. If a TACK STALL is wanted, it must be checked on the entry form. 2. Horses must be owned or leased prior to May 1st of the current year. Hardship exemptions will be dealt with by the Superintendent. Only Klickitat County horses and riders and 4-Hers enrolled in a Club/Group and in a horse project allowed to show at the fair. All exhibitors must provide proof of ownership/lease, including date of purchase/possession, when requested by Superintendent. Jan 1st is the break date for determining age of the horse.
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12 3. All stalls must be decorated before 7:30 am Wednesday, or exhibitors will not be allowed to show. Decorations must be maintained for the duration of the fair. Horses may not be removed before 3:00 pm Sunday (with the exception of Lead Liners who may haul in). Neither decorations, educational materials, nor any equipment may be removed before 3:00 pm Sunday. All staples, tacks and nails must be removed from stalls. Stalls must be inspected by the Superintendent or designee before final release. 4. ALL PROBLEMS, COMPLAINTS AND PROTESTS MUST BE HANDLED THROUGH THE GRIEVANCE GUIDELINES. 5. Barn Hours are 6 am to 10 pm. Exceptions are made for approved fair functions only. Only authorized personnel in the barns after 10 pm. 6. Showmanship is required for all exhibitors in all age categories except LeadLiners. 7. The Danish scoring system is used. Every exhibitor receives an award: a flat blue (85 to 100 points), red (70 to 84 points), white (69 or below) or participation ribbon. 8. Decision of the Judge & Show Management is final and will not be changed. Classes may be combined, moved around, or cancelled, at the Superintendent’s discretion. 9. Any form of conduct that inhibits competitions, unsportsmanlike conduct,
and/or inhumane treatment of any animal are expressly forbidden and may result in suspension from the remainder of the show and/or forfeiture of premiums and points. 10. This an Open Horse Show based on 4-H rules. 11. An enrolled 4-H Leader, or their designee, must be on the fairgrounds at all times for each club 12. Exhibitors are to show their own horses and no one else is allowed to ride them during the fair, with the exception of use of the horse in Lead Line classes. No person under 18 years of age is allowed to handle a Stallion. Only in Halter class may someone else handle the horse entered under the owner. 13. 4-H, Open, Youth, and Adults are encouraged to work together to care for the animals and equipment to the best of their ability. 14. UNSAFE and UNRULY horses may be removed from the fairgrounds at the discretion of the Superintendent. Horses that have a tendency to kick must be marked with a red ribbon on the tail, biting horses with a red ribbon on the forelock. 15. All horses must be exercised at least once a day in the warm-up arena. Horses may be exercised before 8 a.m. and/or after 6 pm NO RIDING AFTER DARK, with the exception of participating in County Events. Horses are either shown or stalled for display to the public at all other times.
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16. No horses are to be mounted in restricted riding areas, including inside the barns. No riding double or in a reckless manner. Horses must have proper bridle on when mounted. 17. No tie downs. Only Split or Romal Reins are allowed in Equitation, Trail, Bareback and Western Classes. Horses 5 years of age or younger may be ridden in a Snaffle or Bosal. For horses 6 years old or more, a Curb Bit is highly preferred. Members showing horses 6 or older in a Snaffle or Bosal must performance significantly better than a member showing a 6year-old or older horse in a Curb Bit to be placed above them. Horse 6 and older shown in a Snaffle or Bosal may be ineligible to advance to State. 18. Horse bathing allowed only at the wash rack by “C” Barn. 19. Any exhibitor under 8 yrs old must have an adult accompany them while handling or riding their horses. 20. Only Rodeo Contestants, Queens and their courts may participate in the Grand Entry. 21. Dress Code: ASTM/SEI Helmets are required at all times while mounted if you are a youth exhibitor. Adults are encouraged to ride with a helmet. An appropriate hat or helmet must be worn in Showmanship and Halter Classes. Boots, full length pants and shirts with sleeves are required when mounted, handling horses or on herdsmanship duty. Boots, ties and longsleeved shirts or coats are required in all classes. Chaps may not be worn in Showmanship or ANY equitation class. Appropriate attire required in Warm-up Arena. 22. Judging of herdsmanship duty is from 8 am to 5 pm daily. Horses must be fed by 7 am and provided with water and plenty of fresh bedding at all times. 23. No storing equipment or hay in aisles. 24. Water buckets and hay bags must be at a sufficient height that they do not present a danger to the horse. A plastic container with no handles may be placed on the floor in the stall corner. 25. Halters with leads must be kept on stall doors at all times when horse is stalled. 26. All Junior, Intermediate and Senior Grand Champion Showmanship 4-H and FFA 26. All Junior, Intermediate and Senior Grand Champion Showmanship 4-H and FFA winners must participate in AllAround Showmanship Contest or lose their showmanship points. 27. All Grand Champions and Reserve Champions must participate in the Parade of Champions on Saturday. 28. All-Around High Point , All- Around Reserve High Point, State Team, Heart and Soul and Sportsmanship winners must participate in the Parade of Champions on Sunday. 29. Intermediate and Senior State Teams announced by a 4-H representative. 30. All-Around High Point scores are figured on same horse same rider. Points (100 Maximum/class) totaled from the following classes: Showmanship, Western
Equitation, Bareback, Discipline Rail, Trail and English Equitation. In the event of a tie , Showmanship is used as a tie breaker. 31. Wednesday’s Haul in /haul Out Open Classes DO NOT qualify towards High Point. Haul In/Haul Out Classes are $5.00 for the day. 32. Wednesday is HAUL-IN/OUT day for riders wanting to show. No stalls provided. Vet Check is MANDATORY at 8:15am by Little Arena. Open riders are welcome to participate in : Open Showmanship, Open Snaffle, In Hand Trail, IHOR, Halter and Reigning. 33. Peewees must be 6 yrs old by Aug 21 to show. 34. All around championship classes are for junior, intermediate and senior divisions with a score of 90 or better. PREMIUMS: Blue – 50 points; Red – 35 points; White – 25 points
HORSE AWARDS All-around High Point Buckles sponsored by Windy Flat Partners. All-around Reserve High Point Buckles sponsored by White Creek Wind, LLC. HORSE SPORTSMANSHIP AWARDS PEEWEE EXHIBITOR PeeWee Sportsmanship Plaque, presented for all around good sportsmanship class PeeWee Class, by Julie Vance JUNIOR EXHIBITOR Junior Sportsmanship Trophy, presented for all-around good sportsmanship in the Junior Class, by the Ed Watkins Memorial fund. INTERMEDIATE EXHIBITOR Intermediate Sportsmanship Trophy, presented for all-around good sportsmanship in the Intermediate Class by Jim and Polly Schleusner. SENIOR EXHIBITOR Senior Sportsmanship Trophy, presented for all-around good sportsmanship in the Senior Class, in memory of Candy Kolbaba HORSE SHOWMANSHIP PLAQUES Awarded to first place showman in each division, by Stephen & Nancy Cunningham. HEART AND SOUL AWARD Presented to a youth for all around positive attitude and never giving up when faced with challenges in and out of the arena by Stephen & Nancy Cunningham LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP 1. Required class for all exhibitors – with the exception being Lead Liners. 2. Judge will score contestants on the following areas: Appearance of Animal 25 points Appearance of Exhibitor 25 points Showing/Pattern 50 Points 3. All age divisions based on age reached by Oct 1, 2017 Class 1. Peewees – 6-8
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tume. 2. Riders must be mounted in the class. 3. No dragging objects. 4. Individuals only – No teams. 5. Youth Exhibitors Only- Peewees, Juniors, Intermediates and Seniors show together 6. Youth Exhibitors Only – Peewees, Juniors, Intermediates, and Seniors show together. Class 17 Costume Pageant LOT 6. BAREBACK EQUITATION 1. Horses may be shown in either Western or English bridles with rider in appropriated attire. Class 18.Peewees (walk, trot only) Class 19 Junior Class 20 Intermediate Class 21.Senior Class 22 Adult All-Around Championship Class to follow LOT 7. ENGLISH EQUITATION 1. To be judged on the ability of the rider. 2. Minimum appointments: Helmet, English type tie or choker, trousers, breeches or jodhpurs and a shirt and jacket. 3. Rider must have appropriate saddle, bridle and equipment. Crop and spurs optional. 4. No martingale or similar tie down allowed. Class 23.Peewees (walk, trot only) Class 24 Junior Class 25 Intermediate
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Class 26.Senior Class 27 Adult All- Around Championship Class to follow LOT 8. ENGLISH PLEASURE 1. Horses to be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring, back and stand as directed. 2. To be judged on the performance of the horse. 3. Appropriate Hunt Seat or Saddle Seat attire should be used. Class 28. Peewees (walk, trot only) Class 29. Junior Class 30. Intermediate Class 31. Senior Class 32. Adult LOT 9. WESTERN EQUITATION 1. To be judged on the ability of the rider 2. To be shown at a walk, jog, lope both ways of the ring. Class 33. Peewees (walk, trot only) Class 34. Junior Class 35. Intermediate Class 36. Senior Class 37. Adult All-Around Championship Class to follow LOT 10. WESTERN PLEASURE 1.Horse to be shown at a walk, jog and lope both ways of the ring, back and stand as directed. 2. To be judged on the performance of the horse. Class 38. Peewees (walk, trot only) Class39. Junior Class 40. Intermediate Class 41. Senior Class 42. Adult LOT 11. DISCIPLINE RAIL Discipline Rail is an advanced class that tests skills of horse and rider as they execute specific gates, transitions & movements, as requested by the judge. 1. Only Seniors qualify for State Fair. Class 43. Peewees (walk, trot only) Class 44. Junior Class 45. Intermediate Class 46. Senior Class 47. Adult LOT 12. TRAIL HORSE 1. Western or English Attire and Tack required. 2. After third refusal at an obstacle, exhibitor asked to move on. Class 48. Peewees (walk, trot only) Class 49. Junior Class 50. Intermediate Class 51. Senior Class 52. Adult LOT 13.HAUL IN/OUT OPEN SHOWMANSHIP 1. Required class for all Wednesday Haul In/Out horse OR for an exhibitor who wants to WALK only pattern. 2. Judges will score contestants on the following areas: Appearance of animal 25 points Appearance of Exhibitor 25 points. Showing/Pattern 50 points 3. This class will be held in the little arena. 1. This class judged as a pleasure class. Class 53. Open Showmanship LOT 14. HAUL IN/OUT OPEN PLEAS-
URE Shown at walk, jog & lope both ways of ring, back and stand as directed. 1. This class is judged as a pleasure class. 2. No Peewees. 3. Riders may ride English or Western. Class 54. Open Pleasure LOT 15. IN HAND TRAIL 1. Judged on performance of horse over and through obstacles with emphasis on manners, response to handler, and attitude. 2. This class held in little arena. Class 55: Youth Class 56: Adult LOT 16 IN-HAND OBSTACLE RELAY (IHOR) 1. This is a team Lottery Draw. 2. Refer to WASET rule book, pg. 79, for Rules & Regulations. 3. IHOR is both speed and precision. 4. Open to ALL AGES 5.This class will be held in the little arena Class 57. IHOR LOT 17. NOVICES CLASSES To qualify for novice, exhibitors must be considered novice rider, in their 1st year of showing, or have never received blue ribbon. Exhibitors show in their current age division class for Showmanship, In-hand trail, IHOR, ei. Junior, Intermediate, Senior and Adult. Novice consists of walk/trot only classes in open division. Novice classes are open to Junior thru Adults. Novice classes will be a mixture of all ages. They may not cross enter with other classes that canter/lope. Upon approval of the Superintendent and recommendations by 4-H leader to enter this class maybe obtained for those with special needs. Class 58. Novice Western Pleasure Class 59. Novice Western Equitation Class 60. Novice Bareback Class 61. Novice English Pleasure Class 62. Novice English Equitation. LOT 18. REINING 1. Horse should have a willingly attitude, combined with training so that it allows the rider to handle the horse, controlling all of its working parts. 2. NO PeeWees. Class 63. Junior Class 64. Intermediate Class 65. Senior Class 66. Adult LOT 19. WESTERN DRESSAGE 1. Wester Dressage combines the principles of Dressage and the use of western tack. Riders wear Western Attire. 2. State Class for Intermediate and Senior. Class 67. Peewee Class 68. Junior Class 69. Intermediate Class 70. Senior Class 71. Adult LOT 20. JUMPING 1. The jumping course test a horse’s athleticism, agility and tracked ability while simultaneously testing a riders precision, accuracy and responsiveness 2. English attire and tack required. 3. NO Peewees
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All ponies stalling overnight must pass vet check Wednesday afternoon. Stalling may not be available before Wednesday afternoon. All Pony classes on Thursday and Friday. Classes start at 9 am daily Straw provided or participates may bring their own shavings. 1. ENTRY FORMS AND ENTRY FEES FOR ALL PONYS MUST BE FILLED OUT AND POSTMARKED BY JUL 26th. 2. The Pony Department is for in-hand and/or driving only. They cannot enter in riding classes at the fair. Riding ponies can enter in the Driving Equine classes. 3. Stalling available Wednesday at 4 pm All stalls must be decorated and herdsmanship mandatory for all exhibitors stalling. 4. No Classes added at fair. 5. Jan 1 is break date for determining ages of ponies. 6. Entries may not be removed from the fairgrounds before 3:30 pm on Sunday. Switching stalls is not allowed without the Superintendent’s approval. 7. The judge shall award prizes according to merit of the pony shown, regardless of the number of entries in each lot. Judge’s decision final. 8. Ponies must be groomed and in show condition upon arrival at the fair. No body bathing of ponies except at wash racks by racetrack barn. 9. Only Klickitat County ponies and handlers allowed to participate. 10. Ponies may be cross entered in Open and Youth Classes. 11. It is up to the Show Management to combine or divide classes if needed. Classes with less than 3 may be combined. Youth classes may be divided by age classification. 12. Boots and long sleeved shirts or coats are required for all classes. Gloves are required for driving classes. NOTED EXCEPTIONS: a) Helmets are required for all Youth Drivers. b) For Hunter/Jumper classes –boots
and hats are not required, suitable shoes are allowed. 13. Youth will have priority for stalls. 14. Any form of conduct that inhibits competition, as determined by judge and/or superintendent, expressly prohibited. 15. If any exhibitor, owner or representative is found guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct and/or inhumane treatment of an animal, such person may be suspended from the remainder of the show. Premiums and points may be lost. The decisions of the judge and show management are final. Unsafe or unruly ponies may be removed from the fairgrounds at the discretion of the superintendent. 16. Problems and complaints must be addressed in writing and, following review, may be forwarded to Board of Directors where the grievances are reviewed and the complainant contacted with final decision. 17. Registered and grade ponies may be shown in all classes. 18. All exhibitors must enter and show in showmanship. 19. PeeWees should have adult accompaniment while they are handling their Ponies to ensure safety of all ponies and competitors. Adult safety riders are required for youth drivers 12 and under. All youth drivers require headers. 20. All Grand and Reserve Grand Champions must be in the Parade of Champions on Saturday unless prior arrangements have been made. High Point winners must be in the Parade of Champions of Sunday. 21. Rosette ribbons awarded to Grand and Reserve Grand only. Flat ribbons to all other places. 22. Herdsmanship required of all stalled exhibitors Thursday through Sunday from 8 am to 5 pm 23. No one under 18 yrs old allowed to handle Pony stallion over 1 yr old. Stallions over age of one may not be shown in youth classes. 24. No one under age 6 allowed to ex-
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16 Mare and Gelding return to the ring. LOT 5. HUNTER - PONY 1. Pony minimum age 3 years. 2. Hunter is an in-hand class, jumped over fences. 3. Handle may not jump the course with the horse. 4. Whips may not be carried. 5. Hunters judged on style, manners, and way of going, with preference given to those ponies who cover the course at an even pace, with free flowing strides. 6. Minimum 4 and maximum 6 fences. Class 9. Adult Class 10. Youth LOT 6. JUMPER – PONY 1. Pony min. age 3 yrs. 2. Jumper is an in-hand class, jumped over fences. 3. Handler may not jump course with pony. 4. Whips may be carried. 5. Jumper judged on accumulated faults only, unless first place tie occurs, in which case there is a jump-off. Class 11. Adult Class 12. Youth LOT 7 . OBSTACLE IN HAND Class 13. Adult Class 14. Youth LOT 8. DRIVING EQUITATION 1. This class designed to test driver’s ability. 2. Conducted in manner of pleasure driving class. 3. Pleasure driving ponies to enter ring counter-clockwise at collected trot. 4. Shown both ways of arena at walk, collected trot and working trot.
5. To stand quietly and to rein back. 6. Judged as equitation class on hands, proper harness/hitching techniques. 7. Additional tests may be required. Class 15. Adult Class 16. Youth LOT 9. DRIVING REINSMANSHIP 1. This class designed to test the driver’s knowledge and ability. Tests are required. 2. Class Procedure: Ponies enter to the right (counter clockwise) at working trot/intermediate gate and work both ways of the ring at a flat-footed walk, working trot/intermediate gate and trot on/increased intermediate gate. REVERSE is executed on the diagonal at a walk or working trot from a designated corner at the direction of the ringmaster or judge. Drivers line up where directed. Ponies must stand quietly in line. Class 17. Adult Class 18. Youth LOT 10. DRIVING PLEASURE 1. Enter ring counter-clockwise at a collected trot. 2. Show both ways of arena at a walk, collected trot and working trot. 3. Stand quietly and rein back. 4. Judged 60% on performance, manners & ways of going, 30% on condition, fit & appropriateness of harness & vehicle; and 10% neatness, appropriateness of attire & overall impression. 5. Excessive speed penalized. 6. Headers required for youth. Class 19. Adult Class 20. Youth LOT 11. OBSTACLE DRIVING 1. Ponies shall be shown in a suitable two-wheeled cart with a basket.
2. Pattern to be posted. Class 21. Adult Class 22. Youth LOT 12. VERSATILITY 1. The pony shown as a pleasure driving pony. 2. Then a groom may enter to assist in removing harness and cart, and remove those appointments from the ring. 3. Then pony shown in halter. 4. Then pony shown as a hunter. 5. All divisions count equally. 6. Ponies to remain in the arena for the entire class. Class 23. Adult Class 24. Youth LOT 13. COSTUME 1. Ponies may be driven or in-hand. 2. May use more than one pony and/or handler. Class 25. Adult Class 26. Youth LOT 14. GROUND DRIVING 1. Ground driving is a training level class, without vehicle, to show training level of the pony and skill of the handler. 2. Pony driven only at a walk, through a specified course to be posted at least one hour before the show. 3. Pony expected to walk on, halt, back, stand and respond to directional reins. 4. NO CROSS ENTRY WITH VEHICLE DRIVING CLASS. Class 27. Adult Class 28. Youth LOT 15. GAMBLERS CHOICE OBSTACLE In Hand Course consists of several unnumbered obstacles with each carrying specified point value, to be stated before
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class begins. Contestant pick obstacles they will do and their order of doing them. There is a start line and a finish line. A set amount of points/obstacle assigned by the difficulty to maneuver. Contestant has a set amount of time for complete the obstacles in the order the contestant has chosen. Contestant can do the same obstacle only twice but not in succession. If an obstacle disturbed, contestant cannot redo that obstacle. No points awarded for do an obstacle wrong or disturbing it. A signal sounded to notify approaching course time limit. Placings determined by high score basis. In case of a tie, time allowed is the deciding factor. No cantering your horse in cart. NO PREMIUMS – FUN CLASS ONLY. Class 29. Adult Class 30. Youth MINIATURE HORSE DEPT 170 – OPEN DEPT 175 – 4-H & FFA ENTRY FEE $10/HEAD; PATTY WEST 509-250-0227
• All horses staying overnight must pass vet check Wednesday afternoon. • Stalling may not be available before Wednesday afternoon. • All miniature horse classes on Thursday and Friday. • Classes start 9 am daily • Bedding provided. 1. ENTRY FORMS AND FEES FOR ALL MINIATURE HORSES MUST BE FILLED OUT AND POSTMARKED BY JUL 26th. 2. Stalling available Wed at 4pm All stalls must be decorated and herdsmanship mandatory for all exhibitors stalling. 3. No classes added at fair. 4. Jan 1 is the break date for determining ages of horses. 5. Entries may not be removed from the fairgrounds before 3:30 pm on Sunday. No switching stalls without superintendent’s approval. 6. The judge shall award prizes according to the merit of the horse shown, regardless of the number of entries in each lot. Judge’s decision is final. 7. Horses must be groomed and in show condition upon arrival at the fair. No body bathing of horses except at wash racks by racetrack barn. 8. Only Klickitat County horses and handlers allowed to participate. 9. Horses may be cross entered in Open and Youth classes. 10.It is up to Show Mgmt to combine or divide classes if needed. Classes with less
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book than 3 may be combined. Youth classes may be divided by age classification. 11. Boots and long sleeved shirts or coats are required for all classes. Gloves are required for driving classes. NOTED EXCEPTIONS: a) Helmets required for all Youth Drivers. b) For hunter/jumper classes-boots and hats not required; suitable shoes allowed. 12.Youth will have priority for stalls. 13.Any form of conduct that inhibits competition, as determined by judge and/or superintendent, expressly prohibited. 14. If any exhibitor, owner or representative found guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct and/or inhumane treatment of an animal, such person may be suspended from remainder of show. Premiums and points may be lost. The decisions of judge and show management are final. Unsafe or unruly horses may be removed from fairgrounds at discretion of superintendent. 15. All problems and complaints must be addressed in writing and, following review, may be forwarded to the Board of Directors. Complaints reviewed, and the person contacted with final decision. 16. Registered and grade horses may be shown in all classes. 17. All exhibitors must enter and show in showmanship. 18. PeeWees should have an adult accompany them while handling their horses to ensure safety of all horses and competitors. Adult safety riders are required for youth drivers 12 and under. All youth drivers require headers. 19. All Grand and Reserve Grand Champions must be in the Parade of Champions on Saturday unless prior arrangements have been made. High Point winners must be in the Parade of Champions on Sunday. 20. Rosette ribbons awarded to Grand and Reserve Grand only. Flat ribbons to all other places. 21. Herdsmanship required of all stalled exhibitors Thursday through Sunday from 8 am to 5 pm daily 22. No cross entry with Departments 160 and 165. 23. NO person under 18 allowed to handle a miniature stallion over the age of one year. Stallions over one year of age may not be shown in youth classes. 24. No one under age 6 allowed to exhibit or participate in the Miniature Horse Department. PREMIUMS: Blue – 50 points; Red - 35 points; White – 25 points LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP Class 1. Adult Class 2. Youth LOT 2. HALTER STALLIONS Class 3. Halter Stallions Class 4. Grand and Reserve Champion Stallion LOT 3. HALTER MARES Class 5. Halter Mares Class 6. Grand and Reserve Champion Mare LOT 4. HALTER GELDINGS Class 7. Halter Gelding Class 8. Grand and Reserve Champion Gelding
CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS Grand and Reserve Champion Stallion, Mare and Gelding return to ring. LOT 5. HUNTER 1. Horse minimum age 3 years. 2. Hunter an in-hand class, jumped over fences. 3. Handler may not jump the course with the horse. 4. Whips may not be carried. 5. Hunters to be judged on style, manners and way of going, with preference given to horses that cover course at even pace, with free flowing strides. 6. Minimum 4 and maximum 6 fences. Class 9. Adult Class 10. Youth LOT 6. JUMPER 1. Horse minimum age 3 years. 2. Jumper an in-hand class, jumped over fences. 3. Handler may not jump course with horse. 4. Whips may be carried. 5. Jumpers judged on accumulated faults only, unless tie for first in which case there is a jump-off. Class 11. Adult Class 12. Youth LOT 7 . OBSTACLE IN HAND Class 13. Adult Class 14. Youth LOT 8. DRIVING EQUITATION 1. This class designed to test ability of driver. 2. Conducted in manner of pleasure driving class. 3. Pleasure driving horses to enter ring counter-clockwise at collected trot. 4. To be shown both ways of arena at a walk, collected trot and working trot. 5. To stand quietly and to rein back. 6. Judged as an equitation class on hands, proper harness/hitching techniques. 7. Additional tests may be requested. Class 15. Adult Class 16. Youth LOT 9. DRIVING REINSMANSHIP 1. This class designed to test driver’s knowledge and ability. Tests are required. 2. Class Procedure: Horses enter to the right (counterclockwise) at working trot/intermediate gate, and work both ways of the ring at a flat-footed walk, working trot/intermediate gate and trot on/ increased intermediate gait. REVERSE executed on the diagonal at a walk or working trot from a designated corner at the direction of the ringmaster or judge. Drivers line up where directed. Horses must stand quietly in line. Class 17. Adult Class 18. Youth LOT 10. DRIVING PLEASURE 1. To enter the ring counter-clockwise at a collected trot. 2. To be shown both ways of the arena at a walk, collected trot and working trot. 3. To stand quietly and rein back. 4. To be judged 60% on performance, manners and way of going; 30% on the condition, fit and appropriateness of harness and vehicle; and 10% on neatness,
17 appropriateness of attire and overall impression. 5. Excessive speed penalized. 6. Headers are required for youth. Class 19. Adult Class 20. Youth LOT 11. OBSTACLE DRIVING 1. Horses shall be shown in a suitable two-wheeled cart with a basket. 2. Pattern to be posted. Class 21. Adult Class 22. Youth LOT 12. VERSATILITY 1. The horse shown as a pleasure driving horse. 2. Then a groom may enter to assist in removing harness and cart and to remove those appointments from the ring. 3. Then horse shown in halter. 4. Then horse shown as a hunter. 5. All divisions count equally. 6. Horses to remain in the arena for the entire class. Class 23. Adult Class 24. Youth LOT 13. COSTUME 1. Horses may be ridden, driven or inhand. 2. May use more than one horse and/or handler. Class 25. Adult Class 26. Youth LOT 14. GROUND DRIVING 1. Ground driving is a training level class, without vehicle, to show training level of the horse and skill of the handler. 2. Horse driven only at a walk, through a specified course to be posted at least one hour before the show. 3. Horse expected to walk on, halt, back, stand and respond to directional reins. 4. NO CROSS ENTRY WITH VEHICLE DRIVING CLASS. Class 27. Adult Class 28. Youth LOT 15. GAMBLERS CHOICE OBSTACLE IN HAND Course consists of several unnumbered
obstacles, each carrying specified point value to be stated before class begins. Contestants to pick obstacles they choose to navigate and in what order. There is start and finish line. Set amount of points/obstacle assigned by maneuvering difficulty. Contestant allowed set amount of time to complete obstacles in order the contestant has chosen. Contestant can do the same obstacle twice but not in succession. If an obstacle disturbed, contestant cannot redo that obstacle. No points awarded for doing an obstacle incorrectly or disturbing it. A signal sounds to notify approaching course time limit. Placings determined by high score basis, in case of tie, time allowed is deciding factor. No cantering of horses in carts. NO PREMIUMS – FUN CLASS ONLY. Class 29. Adult Class 30. Youth POULTRY & EGGS DEPT 180- OPEN DEPT 185- 4H & FFA ENTRY FEE $3/ANIMAL; GRACE HUNT 250-2113
SEE DEPARTMENT 90 FOR MARKET STOCK SALE INFO 1. ENTRY FORMS AND FEES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 26th. 2. All poultry must be checked in by the
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18 superintendent, vet, or assistant. Birds suffering from disease or external parasites on arrival refused entry by the superintendent, vet, or assistant and sent home. Second opinion by vet or local vet clinic is available, all office visits and lab test preformed billed to exhibitor or parent. 3. Exhibitors are required to decorate their area, and are encouraged to make their display as educational as possible. 4. All poultry must be fed, watered, and pens cleaned by 7am and checked again after 5pm daily. 5. HERDSMANSHIP... All exhibitors are required to do herdsmanship in their barn and species area. Keeping it clean and removing any litter or soiled bedding and placing it in a designated area. 6. 4-H Cloverbuds, per 4-H rules, are not eligible for trophies or medals and will only receive participation ribbons in showmanship or other competitive classes. 7. (Participation only) Costumes/games/ect; are none premium events and are just for fun. Games/question may include all species in the barn. 8. Whenever possible, the schedule set forth in the department will be followed. The superintendent or fair management reserves the right to alter or cancel schedules as is required by circumstances. 9. Small animal master showman: Open to small animal grand champion junior, intermediate and senior 4-H and FFA showman only. 10. Superintendent or fair management reserves the right to reject and not allow any demonstration or display entries deemed controversial or inappropriate. 11.Ribbons will not be awarded to animals not worthy by judge 12.Not more than 6 animal in each species per exhibitor. 13. POULTRY DRESS CODE FOR YOUR SAFETY: Long sleeve shirt, long pants or floor length skirt, and closed toed shoes when participating in showmanship and herdsmanship. 14. Latest edition of “Standard of Perfec-
tion of American Poultry Association and American Bantam Association” used as a guide line for breeds and characteristics. 15. NO BIRDS UNDER 45 DAYS OF AGE ELIGIBLE FOR AN AWARD. 16. All contestants must own their poultry for min of 45 days prior to fair. Supt or fair management may at time during fair request dated proof of ownership. Failure to yield such paper work may result in loss of premiu’s & /or removal from fair. 17. Market stock animals weighed at check-in. Animals not meeting weight/age requirement will not be judged or sold at market. Market stock given colored and numbered leg band at pre-show. THIS LEG BAND MUST STAY ON THE ANIMAL UNTIL SUNDAY OF FAIR. 18 Conformation classes judged in the cages. Judge available after judging for questions/comments. 19. All exhibitors shall certify on their entry forms that they have read the WAC16-54-155 Exotic New Castle Disease (END) Emergency Quarantine. The rule is available at the fair office. 20. All chicken and game bird fowl exhibited must ensure their poultry meets WA State Dept of Agriculture’s requirements for Pullorum-Typhoid testing requirements. Exhibitors to meet one of three options listed below in order to exhibit their animals and must show proof. 1. The exhibitor is a participant in the National Poultry Improvement (NPIP); or 2. The show birds were from: NPIP participants; hatcheries or feed stores. 3. If none of above applies, exhibitor’s stock must be tested 90 days before fair. 21. For safety, identification and to be eligible for an award in conformation classes, all poultry shall have on an identifying leg band on show day. 22. All egg entries must come in nonmarked egg container (plastic or cardboard), if store bought egg carton used, all labels must be blacked out. 23. Market birds must have a proof of purchase from feed store, or a bill of sale
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POULTRY SHOWMANSHIP MEDALS Medals awarded to first place showman in each of Novice, Junior, Intermed., and Senior Poultry Showmanship classes. These awards are sponsored by J.P. & Linda Enderby. LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP Class 1. Peewees – Younger than 5 Class 2. Cloverbud – 5-7 Class 3: Novice - 8-10 and never shown species Class 4. Junior – 8-10 Class 5. Intermediate - 11-13 Class 6.Senior – 14-18 Class 7. Adult - 19+ LOT 2. CHICKENS- LARGE FOWL Any breed recognized by the American Poultry Association Class 8. Cock/Cockerel Class 9. Hen/Pullet LOT 3. BANTAMS Any breed recognized by the American Poultry Association Class 10. Cock/Cockerel Class 11. Hen/Pullet LOT 4. CROSS-BRED/UTILITY/BACKYARD FLOCK BIRDS Any breed of fowl used for egg production in a backyard flock. Birds -judged on condition, cleanliness and egg production, if applicable. Class 12. Chicken -Cock/Cockerel Class 13. Chicken- Hen/Pullet Class. 14. Duck-Drake Class 15. Duck-Hen Class 16. Turkey-Tom Class 17. Turkey-Hen Class 18. Geese-Gander Class 19. Geese=Goose Class 20. Other LOT 5. TURKEYS Any breed recognized by the American Poultry Association Class 21. Tom Class 22. Hen LOT 6. DUCKS Any breed recognized by the American Poultry Association Class 23. Drake Class 24. Hen/Pullet LOT 7. GEESE Any breed recognized by the American Poultry Association Class 25. Gander Class 26. Goose LOT 8. PIGEON Any breed recognized by the American Poultry Association
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1. Egg entries are to be brought to the fair on Wednesday with poultry exhibit. Class 31. ½ dozen standard eggs Class 32. ½ dozen bantam eggs Class 33. ½ dozen other poultry eggs LOT 11. COSTUME CLASS Class 34. Chicken costume LOT 12. PAINTED/DECORATED EGGS 1. One egg per entry. (Egg size maybe chicken, goose, duck, guinea or Turkey). 2. Entry must be blown or hard boiled. 3. Eggs can be both painted/or decorated. Examples of adornment are beads, colored paper, shells, plant materials, etc. 4. Whatever the design chosen, the outline of the egg must be maintained, its shape always being recognizable. 5. Some type of upright support is recommended for display. 6. Eggs must have been painted/decorated by exhibitor. 7. This is a non-premium contest and will be judged by the public throughout the fair. Winners will be announced on Sunday. Class 35. Youth Class 36. Adult LOT 13. SMALL ANIMAL JEOPARDY (There must be at least 3 participants in a class to be judged and placed in the Danish system, or the class reverts to a participation only event.) Sunday 8 am Class 37. Youth 5-7 participation only Class 38. Youth 8-10 Class 39. Youth 11-13 Class 40. Youth 14-18 Class 41. Adult 19+ RABBIT DEPT 190 OPEN YOUTH & ADULT DEPT 195 4-H & FFA YOUTH MUST HAVE OWNED RABBIT 45 DAYS.
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ALL MARKET STOCK SALE ANIMALS MUST BE ENTERED IN DEPT 90. ***RABBIT DEPT MANDATORY DRESS CODE: FOR YOUR SAFETY: Long sleeve shirt, long pants or floor length skirt, enclosed toe shoes, only jewelry allowed: non-dangling stud earrings. Long hair worn up/off face. Appropriate show attire worn at all time when participating in this department. Examples of inappropriate attire: hats, spandex fabric, tank tops, halter or half top shirts, shorts, or sandals ect. **Exhibitors required to decorate their area and encourages to make their display as educational as possible. 1. ENTRY FORMS & FEES FOR ALL ANIMALS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 26th. Pre-entry required for all lots/classes in this department.
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book 2. Mandatory vet check: All Rabbits must be checked in by superintendent or assistant. Rabbits suffering from disease or external parasites on arrival will be refused. Animals showing symptoms of illness during fair will be removed. 3. Exhibitors are required to supply all feed and water for their animals on exhibit. All Rabbits must be fed, watered, cages cleaned by 7 am and checked again after 5 pm daily, or the animal may be sent home. Exhibitors need to provide a water bottle & feed dish for each cage used. 4. Conduct: Any exhibitor displaying unacceptable conduct (i.e. Profane language, abusive treatment) may, at the discretion of the superintendent or fair management, be dismissed and jeopardize awarding of points and premiums. No exhibitor will be permitted to exhibit the same product or animal in FFA, 4-H and/or open division. All exhibitors must demonstrate the ability to safely handle their animal for entry in the fair, or they may be dismissed. Parents and clubs are responsible for providing adult supervision appropriate for the number and age of their exhibiting members. 5. No ribbons awarded on specimens deemed unworthy by the judge. Decision of the judges will be final, except where mistake, fraud, or misrepresentation were not discovered at the time of the award, if proven, in such cases; fair management will make the decision. Heckling or interfering with the judging may result in the loss of premiums and/or removal from the fair. 6. NO more than 6 animals may be entered in this dept. The superintendent has right to further limit entries by exhibitors; as cage space is limited and priority is first given to 4-H/FFA youth with market stock. 7. No Rabbits less than 56 days of age. The latest edition of “Standard of Perfection of by the American Rabbit Breeders Association” will be used as standard for judging the rabbit department. Cross Breeds will judged on condition and conformation. NO rabbits under 56 days of age. Rabbits under their minimum breed weight standard, excluding cross bred animals, are not edible for an award. 8. ENTRY FORM INSTRUCTIONS: Use livestock entry form for all rabbit entries under this dept. First line of entry form reserved for showmanship; do not enter animal information on this line, only Showmanship class info. (All open youth, 4-H & FFA exhibitors required to enter Showmanship.) List Department, LOT and Class as they appear in this section. Under Description of Article, list breed name not just "rabbit", if breed not known, list Pet/Crossbred. If no breed listed, animal automatically entered in Pet/Crossbred class. If help needed entering your rabbit barn superintendent has list of breed weights/classes. The superintendent may at their discretion re-class your animal. 9. Market Stock animals; market rabbits are entered in Dept. 90(4-H/FFA only) entered as; fryers: 3 ½ to 5 ½ lbs, 8-10 weeks of age or roasters: 5 ½ to 8 lbs, not over 6 months of age. Market stock animals will be weighed at check in. Animals not meet-
ing weight and age requirements will not be judged in market class and will not be eligible for the market sale. 10. All participants entered in conformation portion of show must provide or make arrangements for someone to carry their animal to judging table. Animals not present at table for judging will not be judged. 11. For safety, identification, and to be eligible for an award in the confirmation classes all rabbit entries shall have an identification tattoo in the left ear. 12. (Participation only) costume/ games/ect.: are NON-premium events and are just for fun. Games/questions/etc. may include all species in the barn. 13. Herdsmanship: All exhibitors are required to do herdsmanhip in their barn/area/cage/stall/feed/water, keeping it clean and removing any litter or soiled bedding and placing it in a designated area. 14. 4-H Cloverbuds, per 4-H rules are not eligible for trophies or/and will only receive participation ribbons in showmanship or other competitive classes. 15. Whenever possible, the schedule set forth in the department will be followed, The superintendent or fair management reserves the right to alter or cancel schedules as is required by circumstances. 16.SMALL ANIMAL MASTER SHOWMAN: Open to small animal grand champion junior, intermediate and senior 4-H and FFA showmen. 17. Superintendents or fair management, reserves the right to reject and not allow any demonstration or display entries deemed controversial or inappropriate. 18. All contestants must own their rabbit
19 for a minimum of 45 days prior to fair. Superintendents or fair management may at any time during fair request dated proof of ownership. Failure to yield such paper work may result in loss of premiums and/or removal from the fair. Premiums: Blue 20 points, Red 15 points, White 10 points
RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS & MEDALS Medals awarded to first place showman in each of the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Rabbit Showmanship classes. Sponsored by Connie Byers. LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP Class 1. Peewees -Younger than 5 and non-4-H member Class 2. Cloverbud — 5-7 yrs old and enrolled in a Cloverbud 4-H Rabbit project. Class 3. First year showmans - 8-10 and never shown in a rabbit fitting and showing contest. Class 4. Junior - 8-10 Class 5. Intermediate - 11-13 Class 6. Senior - 14-18 Class 7. Adult - 19+ LOT 2. COMMERCIAL (ARBA RECOGNIZED BREEDS) Some rabbit breeds shown in Pre-Junior (up to 3 months), Junior (6 months), Intermediate (6 - 8 months) & Sr. (8+ months) classes. Rabbits exceeding their current class max. weight must be shown in next higher class. Rabbits failing to meet their min. weigh standard for their age are not allowed to be shown in lower age class.
Best of breeds compete for lot champion. Note: Pre-Juniors are not eligible to compete for lot champion. Class 8. (Under description of article on entry form , list class & breed not just “rabbit”) Breeds: American, American Chinchilla, American Sable, Argente Brun, Beveren, Blanc de Hotot, California, Champagne, d’Argent, Checkered Giant, Cinnamon, Crème d’Argent, English lop, Flemish Giant, French Angora, French Lop, Giant Angora, Giant Chinchilla, Harlequin, New Zealand, Palomino, Rex, Satin, Satin angora, Silver Fox, Silver Marten LOT 3. FANCY RABBITS (ARBA RECOGNIZED BREEDS)
Rabbits failing to meet the minimum/maximum age/weight for their breed are not allowed to be shown in a lower age class; they must be entered as cross breeds. Best of breeds compete for lot champion. Junior rabbits (under 6 months) Senior rabbits (6+ months) CLASS 9. (Under Description of Article on the entry form, list the breed not just “rabbit”) Breeds: American Fuzzy Lop,
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USE SEPARATE ENTRY FORM FOR EACH DEPT. ENTERED Exhibitor’s name:_______________________________________________
Mailing address:________________________________________________ City and State:________________________________ZIP_______________ Phone number:_________________________________________________
Bring all entries to the STILL LIFE BUILDING on Tue., Aug. 20, 2019, Noon - 8 pm
IF MORE FORMS ARE NEEDED, PLEASE MAKE COPIES. FAIR OFFICE PHONE: 773-3559 Lot
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4-H or FFA Chapter: ___________________________ OPEN CLASS: o PEEWEE o YOUTH o ADULT o SENIOR CITIZEN o AMATEUR o ADVANCED o SPECIAL NEEDS
Grade in School just Completed: __________________ USE THESE COLUMNS FOR ALL ENTRIES
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The owner of exhibit or exhibits releases the Klickitat County Fair from Liability from any loss, damage or injury to livestock or any other property while such property is on the grounds of the Klickitat County Fair.
DECORATIONS AND EXHIBITS MAY NOT BE REMOVED UNTIL 4 PM SUNDAY
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EXHIBITOR #____ PLEASE CIRCLE ONE FOR SHOWMANSHIP
(Ages as of Oct. 1, previous year)
FIRST YEAR JUNIOR SHOWMAN 8-10
City: _____________________________ State: ________Zip:
Phone Number: (_____)
SENIOR 14-18 Adult Sm___
Club or Chapter___________________
PEEWEE OPEN only under 8 yrs. T-Shirt Size: Youth SM___ Youth Med___
ALL ENTRIES & STALL FEES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JULY 26, 2019. MAIL TO KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR P.O. BOX 223 GOLDENDALE, WA 98620.
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DO NOT MAIL OR BRING TO COUNTY EXTENTION OFFICE
STALL FEES / HEAD: BEEF/DAIRY $15, SWINE $15, SHEEP/GOATS $10, POULTRY/RABBITS/CAVIES $3
NUMBER OF ENTRIES: BEEF______ SHEEP______ SWINE______ GOATS______
NUMBER OF CAGES:
POULTRY ______ RABBITS______ CAVIES______ TOTAL FEES$__________ EXHIBITOR SIGNATURE_______________________________
The owner of exhibit or exhibits releases the Klickitat County Fair from liability from any loss, damage or injury to livestock or any other property while such property is on the grounds of the Klickitat County Fair. POULTRY EXHIBITORS: As a poultry exhibitor, I certify I have read, am fully aware of, and will abide by the restrictions of WAC 16-54-155 regarding Exotic Newcastle Disease (END) Emergency Quarantine. Poultry Exhibitor Signature___________________________________________
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EXHIBITOR #_____ MARK ONE FOR SHOWMANSHIP
Mailing Address: City: __________________________ State: ________Zip:
Phone Number: (_____) T-Shirt Size: Youth SM___
DIVISION Dept 165 4-H ____
Dept 160 Open____
CLUB Youth Med___
ALL ENTRIES & STALL FEES MUST BE POSTMARKEDBY JULY 26, 2019. MAIL TO KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR PO BOX 223, GOLDENDALE, WA 98620. DO NOT MAIL OR BRING TO COUNTY EXTENTION OFFICE. DEPT
NAME of HORSE
ALL sections must be completed in order to process entry
ENTRY FEES: Horses/Ponies $15/head, Miniature horses $10/head, Western Games $5/rider Total Fees $_____
# stalls needed, including tack stall _____
The owner of exhibit(s) releases the KC Fair from Liability from any loss, damage or injury to livestock or any other property while such property is on the grounds of the Klickitat County Fair.
Exhibitor Signature______________________________ DECORATIONS & EXHIBITS MAY NOT BE REMOVED UNTIL SUN, 3:30PM
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22 Belgain Hare, Britannia Petite, Dutch, Dwarf Hotot, English Angora, English Spot, Florida White, Havana, Himalayan, Holland Lop, Lion Head, Jersey, Wooley, Lilac, Mini Lop, Mini Rex, Mini Statin, Netherland Dwarf, Polish, Rhinelander, Silver, Standard Chinchilla, Tan Thrianta LOT 4. PETS/CROSSBREEDS OR UNLISTED BREEDS. BEST OF BREEDS COMPETE FOR LOT CHAMPION Class 10. Pets/Crossbreeds LOT 5. COSTUME Class 11. Costume Rabbit LOT 6. SMALL ANIMAL JEOPARDY (Must be at least 3 participants in a class to be judged/placed in Danish system, or class reverts to a participation only event.) Class 12 . Youth 5-7 participation only no competitive placing Class 13. Youth 8-10 Class 14 Youth 11-13 Class 15. Youth 14-18 Class 16. Adult 19+ LOT 7. RABBIT DEMONSTRATION Individual or group - must be scheduled with superintendent; a time sheet posted in the barn. (Participation only) Class 17. Demonstration LOT 8. RABBIT JUDGING CONTEST 1. Contestant shall place the classes of rabbits according to their opinion. 2. While the contest is in progress there shall be no conferring between contestants or anyone else. Any violation of this rule shall be sufficient to bar them from the contest. 3. Each participant shall report to the superintendent and will receive the instructions to be followed in the contest. 4. Animal on fairgrounds or photographs of animal classed may be used for the livestock judging contest. 5. There must be at least 3 entries in a class to be placed by the Danish system, or this class will revert to a participation only event. Class 18. Youth 5-7 participation only, no
competitive placing Class 19. Youth 8-10 Class 20. Youth 11-13 Class 21. Youth 14-18 Class 22. Adult 19+ LOT 9. RABBIT HOPPING (Participation only event) Class 23. Hopping LOT 10. RABBIT PELT/FIBER (NOTE: Include written 3x5 or 4x6 card describing use or purpose of item. Also describe methods, materials used, total cost, etc. Must be at least 3 entries to be judged and placed in Danish system, or this class will revert to participation status. Items will be accepted Wednesday after health check. Limit 2 entries, space limited. Large items will be displayed outside.) Class 24. Youth 5-7 Participation only, not competitive. Class 25. Youth 8-10 Class 26. Youth 11-13 Class 27. Youth 14-18 Class 28. Adult 19+ CAVY DEPT 196 OPEN YOUTH & ADULT. Cavy must be owned 45 days. 199 4-H & FFA. Must be owned 45 days. ENTRY FEE $3/ANIMAL BRANDIE READ 509-439-1036
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shirt, long pants or floor length skirt, enclosed toe shoes, non-dangling stud earrings are only jewelry allowed . Long hair worn up/off face. Appropriate show attire worn at all time when participating in this department. Examples of inappropriate attire: hats, spandex fabric, tank tops, halter or half top shirts, shorts, or sandals ect. **Exhibitors required to decorate their area and encourages to make their display as educational as possible. 1. ENTRY FORMS AND FEES FOR ALL ANIMALS MUST BE POST MARKED BY JUL 26TH. PRE-ENTRY IS REQUIRED FOR ALL LOTS/CLASSES IN THIS DEPARTMENT. 2. MANDATORY VET CHECK: All Cavies must be checked in by superintendent or assistant. Cavy’s suffering from disease or external parasites on arrival will be refused entry. Animals showing symptoms of illness during fair will be removed. 3. Conduct: Any exhibitor displaying unacceptable conduct, i.e. profane language, abusive treatment) may, at the discretion of superintendent or fair management, be dismissed and jeopardize awarding of points/premiums. No exhibitor will be permitted to exhibit the same product or animal in FFA, 4-H, and/or open divisions. All exhibitors must demonstrate and ability to safely handle their animal or fair entry in the fair, or they will be dismissed. Parents and Clubs are responsible for providing adult supervision appropriate for the number and age of their exhibiting members. 4. All Cavies must be fed, watered, cages cleaned by 7am and checked for feed and water after 5 pm daily or cavy will be sent home. Exhibitor needs to provide water bottle & feed dish for each cage used. 5. Ribbons will not be awarded on specimens deemed unworthy by the judge whose decision is final in all cases, except where mistakes, fraud, or misrepresentation were not discovered at the time of the award , is proven. In such cases, the fair management will make the decision. Heckling or interfering with the judging will result in loss of premiums and/or removal from the fair. Ribbons will not be awarded on specimens not deemed worthy by the judge. 6. No more than six total animals may be entered in this department. The superintendent has the right to further limit entries by exhibitors: as cage space is limited and priority is first given to 4-H/FFA Youth. 7. Latest edition of “Standard of Perfection by the American Rabbit Breeders Association” used as standard for judging cavy departments and as guide for breed and variety characteristics. 8. No Cavy under 45 days of age, Cavy less than 12 oz. not allowed are not eligible for an award. 9. All participants entered in the conformation portion of the show must provide or make arrangements for someone to carry their animal to the judging table. Animals not present at table for judging, will not be judged. 10. For safety, identification, and award
eligibility in confirmation classes, all cavies must have an ear tag or tattoo. 11. 4-H Cloverbuds per 4-H rules, are ineligible for trophy’s or medals and will only receive participation ribbons for showmanship 12. (Participation only) costume/ games/ect.: are NONE-premium events and are just for fun. Games/questions/etc. may include all species in the barn. 13. Herdsmanship: All exhibitors are required to do herdsmanhip in their barn/area/cage/stall/feed/water, keeping it clean and removing any litter or soiled bedding and placing it in a designated area. 14. Whenever possible, the schedule set forth in the department will be followed, the superintendent or fair management reserves the right to alter or cancel schedules as is required by circumstances. 15. SMALL ANIMAL MASTER SHOWMAN: Open to small animal grand champion junior, intermediate and senior 4-H and FFA showmen. 16. Superintendents or fair management, reserves the right to reject and not allow any demonstration or display entries deemed controversial or inappropriate. 17. All contestants must own their cavy for a minimum of 45 days prior to fair. Superintendents or fair management may at any time during fair request dated proof of ownership. Failure to yield such paper work may result in loss of premiums and/or removal from the fair.
CAVY SHOWMANSHIP MEDALS Medals awarded to 1st place showman in each of Junior, Intermediate & Sr Cavy Showmanship Classes. Sponsored by Pappies Pumps Plus. LOT 1. SHOWMANSHIP
Required by all 4-H/FFA Exhibitors Class 1. Peewees -Younger than 5 and non-4-H member Class 2. Cloverbud — 5-7 yrs old & enrolled in Cloverbud 4-H Cavy project. Class 3.First year Junior showman 8-10 and never shown in a Cavy fitting and showing contest. Class 4. Junior - 8-10 Class 5. Intermediate - 11-13 Class 6. Senior - 14-18 Class 7. Adult - 19+ LOT 2. CONFORMATION (ARBA RECOGNIZED BREEDS)
No cavy under 12 oz allowed. Cavy exceeding their class max weight must be shown in next class up. Cavy failing to meet min weights for their class must show Cross Breed. Juniors - under 4 months; min. 12 oz / max. 22 oz. Intermed’s - 4 - 6 mos.; over 22 oz / max. 32 oz. Seniors- 6 mos over 32 oz. Best of breeds compete for lot champion. CLASS 8. Conformation LOT 3. CAVY CONFIRMATION (CROSSBRED OR UNLISTED BREED) Best of breeds compete for lot champion. Class 9 Pet/Crossbred
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LOT 4. CAVY COSTUME Class 10. Cavy costume LOT 5 SMALL ANIMAL JEOPARDY
Must be at least 3 participants in a class to be placed by Danish system, or this class will revert to participation only event Class 11 Youth 5-7 Participation only. No competitive placing Class 12 Youth 8-10 Class 13 Youth 11-13 Class 14 Youth 14-18 Class 15 Adult 19+ LOT 6 CAVY DEMONSTRATION, INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP Must be scheduled with superintendent; time sheet posted in barn. (Participation only) Class 16 Demonstration
LOT 7 CAVY AGILITY (PARTICIPATION ONLY EVENT) Class 17 agility DOG DEPT 200 OPEN DEPT 205 – 4-H & FFA; DARLA SIMMONS
1. ENTRY FORMS FOR ALL ANIMALS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 26th. 2. MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF 5 DOGS ENTERED IN THE FAIR TO HAVE DOG SHOW 3. Dogs will enter and leave the fairgrounds on day of show. No dogs left overnight or unattended. 4. Exhibitors who cannot control their dogs are excused from show, at discretion of superintendent. 5. All dogs may be required to pass a temperament test to come to Fair 6. All dogs must be at least 6 months old at start of Fair 7. Dog(s) must have been under the care of exhibitor for 60 days prior to Fair. 8. Herdsmanship must be done to quality for State Fair. 9. Baiting will be allowed in Fitting and Showing/Showmanship. 10. At no time will an exhibitor be allowed to bait their dog in a obedience class. Bringing bait into the showring during an obedience class may result in forfeiture of all awards. 11. Proof of current rabies vaccination by licensed vet required for vet check. Exhibitors must present one of the following as proof of Rabies vaccination on a State 4-H rabies certificate, C1084E form. 12. Please protect your dog and others around you by having all shots up-to-date.
Dogs must be vaccinated at least 21 days prior to the start of Fair. 13. All dogs must pass a visual inspection by a fair veterinarian. Only dogs that appear healthy and free of external parasites will be allowed to enter. It is recommended that all dogs be tested for internal parasites, 30 days or less, prior to fair and treated as necessary. It is also recommended that a flea treatment/prevention be available to your dog during fair. 14. A bitch in season may be shown at County Fair but must wear doggy pants at all time including in the ring unless going potty. A bitch will be crated separately from the other dogs in an area provided and will only be at Fair during completion day but must go through be check on day specified. The Superintendent must be notified in advance if possible. 15. If a dog is exhibiting signs of stress or heat exhaustion the dog superintendent must be notified. 16. Guidelines and score sheets for each class are available in the County Extension Office. 17. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 18. Dog exhibitor dress code: 4-H dog project participants must dress tastefully and conservatively. Bare feet and exposed mid-rifts are not allowed. All shirts must have at least 3 finger width straps at the shoulder. Mesh or see through (Sheer) clothing is not allowed. Undergarments may not be exposed. Clothing that advertises alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco, gang affiliation, sexually explicit messages or obscenities will not be allowed. Skirt length will not exceed 2” above the top of the knee. All clothing and shoes must be in good repair. If, in the opinion of the activity or event officials, a participant does not comply, the participant shall be given 1 opportunity to correct the problem. If participant fails to correct the problem they will be asked to leave the activity or event and all awards and premiums shall be forfeited. 19. Only Klickitat County Dogs and Handlers, (Youth, 4-H or Open) are allowed to participate. 20. All dog show participates must enter Showmanship and Standard Obedience Class. Only one Standard. Obedience and one Rally Obedience Class/dog except when entering Brace and/or Team classes. 21. Exhibitors may enter one standard and one jumper agility class. Agility course adjusted for height of dogs (at withers) following state fair guidelines. 22. Exhibitors may show more than 1 dog if space allows. Second dog(s) will be allowed on the basis of Obedience, Brace, Agility and/or rally with the understanding that they will be required to participate in Obedience class. If space allows, second dog(s) will be on exhibit for the full Fair time. If space is not available, dogs will only be on exhibit on completion day. 23. Two family members may share a project dog according to state guidelines. Both exhibitors are required to exhibit in showmanship and obedience. 24. Saturday is a bench show. All dogs
23 and exhibitors must remain until released by Superintendent at show’s end. 25. Check-in time 7:30am on Sat. and 8:30 am on Sun. 26. Sat. classes begin with Showmanship at 8am followed by Standard Obedience classes and Dog Judging. Sun. classes begin with Standard Agility at 9am followed by Jumpers Agility. Costume class is 1pm Sun. followed by Rally Obedience. PREMIUMS: Blue – 20 points; Red – 15 points; White – 10 points
DOG SHOWMANSHIP MEDALS Medals awarded to first place showman in each of the Cloverbud, Junior, Intermed., Senior Dog Showmanship classes. Sponsored by Margaret Throop. LOT 1. FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP 1. CHECK-IN – Saturday 7:30am Class 1. Peewees -Younger than 5 and non-4-H member Class 2. Cloverbud — 5-7 yrs old and enrolled in a Cloverbud 4-H Rabbit project. Class 3. First year Junior 8-10 and never shown species Class 4. Junior - 8-10 Class 5. Intermediate - 11-13 Class 6. Senior - 14-18 Class 7. Adult - 19+ LOT 2. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: BEGINNERS 1st year dog or exhibitor. Not a State Qualifying Event. Class 8. Cloverbud/Peewees Class 9. Junior Class 10. Intermediate Class 11. Senior Class 12. Adult LOT 3. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: SUBNOVICE State qualifying event Class 13. Cloverbud/Peewees Class 14. Junior Class 15. Intermediate Class 16. Senior Class 17. Adult
LOT 4. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: BEGINNER NOVICE State qualifying event Class 18. Cloverbud/peewees Class 19. Junior Class 10. Intermediate Class 21. Senior Class 22. Adult LOT 5. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: PRENOVICE Class 23. Cloverbud/Peewee Class 24. Junior Class 25. Intermediate Class 26. Senior Class 27. Adult LOT 6. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: NOVICE Class 28. Junior Class 29 Intermediate Class 30. Senior Class 31. Adult LOT 7. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: ADV NOVICE Class 32. Junior Class 33. Intermediate Class 34. Senior Class 35. Adult LOT 8. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: GRAD NOVICE Class 36. Junior Class 37. Intermediate Class 38. Senior Class 39. Adult LOT 9. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: PREOPEN Class 40. Junior Class 41. Intermediate Class 42.Senior Class 43. Adult LOT 10. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: OPEN Class 44. Junior Class 45. Intermediate Class 46. Senior Class 47. Adult LOT 11. STANDARD OBEDIENCE: GRAD OPEN Class 48. Junior
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24 Class 49. Intermediate Class 50. Senior LOT 12. STD OBEDIENCE PRE UTILITY Class 51. Junior Class 52. Intermediate Class 53. Senior Class 54. Adult LOT 13. STD OBEDIENCE UTILITY Class 55. Junior Class 56. Intermediate Class 57. Senior Class 58. Adult LOT 14. STD OBEDIENCE VERSATILITY Class 59. Junior Class 60. Intermediate Class 61. Senior Class 62. Adult LOT 15. STD OBEDIENCE VETERANS/MODIFIED (7 YRS+) Class 63. Junior Class 64. Intermediate Class 65. Senior Class 66. Adult LOT 16. STD OBEDIENCE – TEAMS
Class 67. Pre Novice Class 68. Novice Class 69. Advanced Novice LOT. 17. STD CLASS OBEDIENCE BRACES Class 70. Pre Novice Class 71. Novice Class 72. Advanced Novice LOT 18. SERVICE PUPPY EXHIBITION 1. Open to service puppies only. 2. Service puppies may be cross entered in obedience. Class 73. Junior Class 74. Intermediate Class 75. Senior Class 76. Adult LOT 19. DOG JUDGING Class 77. Junior Class 78. Intermediate Class 79. Senior Agility classes will be broke down into: A. 10” or under at the withers (Jump height 4”) B 14” or under at the withers (Jump
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height 8”) C.18” or under at the withers (Jump height 12”) D.22” or under at the withers (Jump height 16”) E. Over 22” or under at the withers (Jump height 20”). LOT 20. STD AGILITY BEGINNERS – NOT STATE QUALIFYING EVENT
Class 80. Junior Class 81. Intermediate Class 82. Senior Class 83. Adult LOT 21. STD AGILITY ELEMENTARY Class 84. Junior Class 85. Intermediate Class 86. Senior LOT 22. STD AGILITY: PRE-NOVICE Class 87. Junior Class 88. Intermediate Class 89. Senior LOT 23. STD AGILITY: NOVICE Class 90. Junior Class 91. Intermediate Class 92. Senior Class 93. Adult LOT 24. STD AGILITY: OPEN Class 94. Junior Class 95.Intermediate Class 96. Senior Class 97. Adult LOT 25. STD AGILITY EXCELLENT Class 98. Junior Class 99. Intermediate Class 100.Senior Class 101. Adult LOT 26. JUMPER AGILITY: BEGINNERS - NOT STATE QUALIFYING EVENT
Class 102. Cloverbud/Peewee's Class 103. Junior Class 104. Intermediate Class 105. Senior Class 106. Adult LOT 27. JUMPER AGILITY:ELEMENTARY Class 107. Junior Class 108. Intermediate Class 109. Senior Class 110. Adult LOT 28. JUMPER AGILITY: PRE-NOVICE Class 111. Junior Class 112. Intermediate Class 113. Senior Class 114. Adult LOT 29. JUMPER AGILITY : NOVICE Class 115. Junior Class 116.Intermediate Class 117. Senior Class 118. Adult LOT 30. JUMPER AGILITY: OPEN Class 119. Junior Class 120. Intermediate Class 121. Senior Class 122. Adult LOT 31. JUMPER AGILITY: EXCELLENT Class 123. Junior Class 124. Intermediate Class 125. Senior Class 126. Adult LOT 32. COSTUME Class 127. Open to all ages. LOT 33. RALLY OBEDIENCE: BEGINNERS (ON LEASH) Class 128. Cloverbud/Peewees
Class 129. Junior Class 130. Intermediate Class 131. Senior Class 132. Adult LOT 34. RALLY OBEDIENCE: ADVANCED (OFF LEASH) Class 133. Junior Class 134. Intermediate Class 135. Senior Class 136. Adult WESTERN GAMES DEPT 210 – OPEN ENTRY FEE $5/RIDER Jackie Dumolt, Gabby Dumolt, 509-773-0411
1. WESTERN GAMES MUST BE ENTERED ON A SEPARATE ENTRY FORM FROM ALL THE OTHER HORSE ENTRIES. ENTRY FORMS FOR ALL CLASSES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 27th. NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED. 2. Western Games Rules used and posted with the following modifications: a. Starting line is the eye or flag. b. No run out lanes in any event. c. Peewees riders can have an assistant on foot walk tem to the starting line ONLY. d. Pole bases are the one available on the grounds. e. Hard hats recommended but not required, cowboy hat or no hat. No visors or caps. 3. No showmanship required. 4. May haul in. Do not have to stall during the fair. 5. Due to time allowed, only one run/rider/event. 6. Helmets NOT REQUIRED BUT STRONGLY ENCOURAGED. IF HELMETS WORN, RECOMMENDED THEY BE ASTM/SEI APPROVED. 7. No one under the age 6 to participate in the Western Games Department. PREMIUMS: Blue – 50 points; Red – 35 points; White – 25 points Rosettes to high point age division CHAMPIONS AND RESERVES LOT 1. 75 FT. BARREL RACE Class 1. Peewees - 6-7 Class 2. Junior - 8-10 Class 3. Intermediate - 11-13 Class 4. Senior - 14-18 Class 5. Adult - 19+ LOT 2. POLE BENDING Class 1. Peewees Class 2. Junior
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Class 3. Intermediate Class 4. Senior Class 5. Adult LOT 3. IDAHO FIGURE 8 Class 1. Peewees Class 2. Junior Class 3. Intermediate Class 4. Senior Class 5. Adult
OPEN EXHIBITS Peewees -Younger than 5 Cloverbud — 5-7 Junior - 8-10 Intermediate - 11-13 Senior - 14-18 Adult - 19+ NEW CATEGORIES: Amateur-Hobby for your own pleasure. Advanced-Worked as instructor or have had 50 blue ribbons in 5 yrs from KC Fair. Professional / Commercial-Participants have been doing this kind of work for profit; have entered Juried contest; have studied in this area or have earned at least $3500 in the year (Aug to Aug fiscal year.) *ONCE ENTERED UNDER THIS CATEGORY, YOU WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO!! ENTRY FORM MUST STATE WHAT AWARD CATEGORY YOU WANT TO COMPETE IN. POINT SYSTEM FOR OPEN CLASS Blue 100 to 90 points Red 89 to 80 points White 79 and under points
OPEN CLASS - STILL LIFE BUILDING Gen’l Supt - Margaret Throop Crops/Horticulture – Debra Woodward Grain King - Kristin Chambers Hay King - Kristin Chambers Fleece Show - Stephanie Gonyeau Flowers – Lorraine Fritsch Food Preservation - Renea Campbell Baking - Donna Scarola, Sewing - Patti McKern Quilts – Dixie Kelley Needlework – Patti McKern Fiber Arts - Stephanie Gonyeau Fine Arts – Jennifer Sang/Laurie O’Leary Photography - Dan Duggan Crafts/Hobbies/Ceramics - Jennifer Wilson Booths - Luann Whitmire
tering one item in any of Baking and/or Food Preservation classes. Exhibitor must specify classes at entry time and cannot enter these items in any other contest. Rules: 1. Exhibitor will enter exhibit in department, lot and class as a regular entry; also indicate on entry sheet that it is to be considered for this award. 2. Persons trying for this award must state this to Department Superintendent at time of entry. 3. Participant must not be a professional. 4. WINNER DECIDED BY POINTS. The Premium Book states how many points allowed for blue ribbons on each article entered. Points also awarded for Judge’s Choice and Top of Show rosettes. (Same value as a blue ribbon.) 5. In event of tie, red ribbons considered along with blue ribbon points. If still tied, Superintendents decide according to complexity/workmanship of articles entered. AWARD: ROSETTE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF THE KITCHEN (same rules as King and Queen of the Kitchen apply) “REUSE IT” CONTEST This contest designed for exhibitor who shows creativity in “reusing” an item or items for a useful or decorative purpose. This contest encourages waste reduction. Rules: 1. This contest open to 4-H, FFA and Open Class exhibitors. 2. All items must have been made during the last year. 3. Participates must not be professionals. 4. Entries must be constructed from materials previously used in and around the household. 5. Exhibitor will enter exhibit in dept, lot & class as a regular entry. Exhibitor must indicate on entry tag at entry time and notify dept supt of their entry in this contest. 6. Persons entering this contest must state this to Dept Supt at time of entry. 7. The first place winner will not be able to enter again until one year has passed. CRITERIA: Items judged: 1. Creativity 15 points 2. Workmanship 10 points 3. Originality 25 points 4. Cleanliness 10 points 5. Diversity of items 20 points 6. Number of items used 20 points TOTAL 100 points
25 Awarded to homemaker with variety of skills. Cannot be entered again by winner until three (3) yrs have elapsed. Rules: 1. Exhibitor must enter 3 exhibits in 3 of 5 departments: Food Preservation, Baking, Sewing, Needlework or Flowers. 2. There must be 3 exhibits in each dept, for total of nine (9) entries in this special contest. Do not enter 3 like items: e.g., 3 jars of peaches, or 3 knit potholders of same pattern. 3. Exhibitor will enter exhibit in dept, lot and class as regular entry, but will also indicate on entry sheet that it is to be considered for this Homemaker’s award. 4. Exhibitor entering this contest must specify classes to the Department Superintendent at time of entry and cannot enter these items in any other contest. 5. Participant MUST NOT BE A PROFESSIONAL. 6. WINNER DECIDED BY POINTS. The Premium Book states how many points are allowed for blue ribbons on each article entered. Points will also be awarded for Judge’s Choice and Top of Show ribbons. (Same value as blue ribbons points.) 7. In the event of a tie, red ribbons received considered along with blue ribbon points. If still tied, Superintendent will decide according to complexity and workmanship of the articles entered. AWARD: $100 cash from MARKET STREET CAFÉ, Bickleton Traveling plaque Rosette RED STAR YEAST AWARDS The Lesaffe Yeast Corporation encouraging the use of RED STAR Yeast in baking of yeast products. Since county fairs are an integral part of our culture’s caking heritage, they have set aside a fund to promote and enhance the showcasing of baking with yeast. All exhibits entering RED STAR Yeast competition will receive RED STAR Yeast and coupons. Additional awards is a RED
STAR apron, a RED STAR flexible cutting board and a RED STAR measuring cup. To be eligible to enter the competition, please write RED STAR on the entry tag of items baked with RED STAR yeast. WHEATIES AWARD To promote the use of wheat products in yeast baking categories, the Washington Association of Wheat Growers will present the following awards in Open Class and 4H Baking Class. 1st Place -Cookbook and Rosette 2nd Place-Cookbook BEST OF KLICKITATCOUNTY
Each year a baked item chosen for this competition. All contestants will use their own recipe for the selection given for that year. All rules listed at the beginning of the baking section will apply. The “Best of Klickitat County” adult winner will receive a ROSETTE and a 10-lb. sack of flour. The youth winner will receive a ROSETTE and a 5-lb. sack of flour. Sponsored by Holcomb’s Market. Selection for this year -is: “Drop Cookies.” MCCREDY CO. BAKING AWARDS To promote and recognize excellence in Baking. Blue and red ribbon winners in open entry are eligible. Award - $20 gift certificate for adult with highest accumulated blue and red ribbon points. Award - $20 gift certificate for youth with highest accumulated blue & red ribbon points. MARKET FRESH MARKET AWARD Goldendale Market Fresh Market will award a 10 lb. bag of sugar to the top canned food entry that does not win any other award. HOLCOMB’S MARKET AWARD Holcomb’s Market will award a can of Fruit Fresh to the person with the top dried fruit entry.
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AWARDS HOMEMAKER OF THE YEAR CONTEST TOP OF SHOW Top of Show is cash award available to all Still Life exhibits. Top of Show Award given for item judged to a standard. Top of Show exhibits receive $10.00 &Rosette. JUDGE’S AWARD Judge’s Award is cash award available to all Still Life exhibits. Judge’s Award given at discretion of Judge for special recognition. Judge’s Award $5.00 & rosette ribbon. CONTESTS: KING & QUEEN OF THE KITCHEN This special award given to person en-
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26 by Ray & Helen Hill, Goldendale. WOOL AWARD Wool is a product of Klickitat County. To qualify, garment must be 60% wool. To participate, notify the clerk when entering your garment. Sponsored by the Wool Growers. Award: Adult-$15.00 & Rosette Ribbon Youth-$15.00 and a Rosette Ribbon GRAIN KING AWARD Sponsored by Mid Columbia Producers. $100.00 Gift Certificate to the Mid Columbia Producers Farm Store. GRAIN KING SIGN –Klickitat County Fair HAY KING AWARD Sponsored by: Mid Columbia Producers. $100.00 Gift Certificate from the Mid Columbia Producers Farm Store. Hay King Sign – Klickitat County Fair Goldendale Farm Store/Mid Columbia Producers GARDEN AWARD To promote and recognize excellence in gardening. Blue and red ribbon winners in
open entry are eligible in Adult and Youth categories. AWARD: $20 gift certificate for adult with highest accumulated blue and red ribbon points. $20 gift certificate for youth with highest accumulated blue and red ribbon points. KV QUILTERS HAND QUILTING AWARD To promote the art of hand quilting, Klickitat Valley Quilters offer an award to the hand quilted project (quilt, wall hanging, table runner, wearable or other) that best demonstrates the use of hand quilting combined with piecework, appliqué or wholecloth techniques as determined by the Quilt Judge. The project may be assembled by hand, machine or other but the “quilt sandwich” must be held together by hand stitches. Entries must have been completed within one year of the fair. One award given: the KVQ Award consisting of a specially designed ribbon and $25.00 cash.
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KV QUILTERS MACHINE QUILTING AWARD To promote the art of machine quilting, Klickitat Valley Quilters offer an award to the machine quilted project (quilt, wall hanging, table runner, wearable or other) that best demonstrates the use of machine quilting combined with piecework, appliqué or wholecloth techniques as determined by the Quilt Judge. The project may be assembled by hand, machine or other, but the “quilt sandwich” must be held together by machine stitches. Professionally quilted projects will not be considered for this award. Entries must have been completed within one year of the fair. One award given: the KVQ Award consisting of a specially designed ribbon and $25.00 cash. KV QUILTERS YOUTH QUILTING AWARD
4-H entries judged along with open entry youth division entries. Items eligible for entry include quilts, wall
hangings, placemats, clothing items and accessories such as bags, etc. Each item entered in this category must be quilted either by hand or machine. Tied items will not be considered for this award. Specially designed ribbon and $25.00 cash award given to each of the top (2) winning entrants in the youth category. COLUMBIA FIBRE GUILD AWARD $25.00 cash award given for the Best Weaving at the Klickitat County Fair. Sponsored by the Columbia Fibre Guild BOWMAN FIBER ARTS AWARD $20.00 cash award given for the Best Skein of Handspun Yarn any fiber. PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS
‘FAIR THEME’ PHOTO AWARD $25.00 given to winner of ‘Fair Theme’ photo. Sponsored by Centerville Grange. ‘KLICKITAT COUNTY’ PHOTO AWARD $25.00 given to winner of ‘Klickitat County’ theme photo. Sponsored by Goldendale Grange.
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1. Entry forms must be filled out, NOT MAILED, and brought to the fair when crops exhibits are entered. 2. Exhibitors should identify each exhibit as to Lot, Class and Variety before presenting the exhibit or entry. 3. Crop and Horticulture exhibits must be grown in Klickitat County. 4. Entries are open to amateur growers only, an amateur grows crops or plants through personal effort for pleasure and whose returns from sales, if any, do not equal the outlay for seeds and plants. 5. Exhibitors are not limited on entries/lot, but each entry must be different. 6. All decisions of the judges are final, and they may withhold an award at their discretion from any unworthy exhibit, even though such an exhibit may be the only entry in the class. 7. Entry officials will make no decisions, but may make suggestions to improve the quality of the exhibit at the time of entry. 8. Exhibitors with more than 10 entries must begin the entry process one-half hour before the entry deadline. 9. All crop entries must be in place by 8 pm Tuesday. PREMIUMS: Blue – 20 points; Red – 15 points; White – 10 points LOT 1. THRESHED GRAINS, GRASSES & LEGUMES
1. One pint samples of all grains, grasses and legumes are required. 2. Threshed grains of all kinds should be plump and well-matured, free from broken kernels and any foreign matter. 3. Grain should be carefully screened and fanned before displaying. 4. Use clean white muslin, plastic bags or jars. Class 1. Threshed Grains Class 2. Threshed Grasses Class 3. Threshed Legumes LOT 2. SHEAF GRAINS, GRASSES & LEGUMES 1. All grain sheaf samples must be at least 2 inches in diameter at center band. 2. Grass and legume sheaf samples must be 2 inches in diameter at the center band. 3. Band may be made out of any material available. Covering band strings with paper or other material of the same color will help the appearance of the booth exhibits. 4. No limit to number of entries in the class, but each entry must be of a different variety. 5. Variety must be listed on entry form. Class 4. Sheaf Grains Class 5. Sheaf Grasses Class 6. Sheaf Legumes LOT 3. CORN & HAY 1. Sheaves of corn shall consist of 5 stalks with ears and leaves attached tied in 3 or 4 places. Stalks should be cut 4 to 6 inches above the ground within a day or two of the fair. 2. Ear corn exhibits shall be dried or cured with husks removed unless noted otherwise. 3. Hay exhibits shall consist of a 4-inch flake of hay from a standard bale showing green color and leafiness. Cover flake with clear plastic bag and tape wrap on the back side. 4. Alfalfa hay must contain at least 80%
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29 alfalfa. All other hay entered as grass hay. 5. No limit to number of entries in this class, but each entry must be of a different variety. 6. Variety must be named. Class 7. Corn-5 stalks Class 8. Hay- 4 inch flake LOT 4. VEGETABLES
1. Exhibitors may obtain a copy of EB 1103, “Selecting, Preparing and Judging Quality Vegetables” or EB 1610 “Suggestions for Vegetable Exhibits at Fairs” for $1.00 by WSU Klickitat County Cooperative Extension, 228 West Main, Room 210, Goldendale, Wa. 98620. 2. Leave about one inch tops of beets, carrots, parsnips, radishes, turnips, rutabagas and salsify. Class 9. Beans, red dry, 1 pint Class 10. Beans, white dry, 1 pint Class 11. Beans, other color dry, 1 pint Class 12. Beans, green snap stringless, 6 pods Class 13. Beans, yellow snap stringless, 6 pods Class 14. Beans, lima (green shelling stage), 6 pods Class 15. Beans, other name type/variety Class 16. Baby Beets, 1.5 in. max., 4
roots Class 17. Table Beets, 1 .5 in. to 3.5 in. dia., 4 roots Class 18. Broccoli, 1 head Class 19. Brussels sprouts, 6 buds Class 20. Cabbage, 1 head Class 21. Baby Carrots, ½ to 1 inch diameter, 6 roots Class 22. Table Carrots, 1 to 2 inch diameter, 6 roots Class 23. Cauliflower, 1 head Class 24. Celery, 1 plant with root removed Class 25. Sweet Corn,roasting ear stage, husks removed,4 ears Class 26. Cucumbers, pickling,1 to 2.5 in. long, 4 cucumbers Class 27. Cucumbers, dill pickling, 2.5 5 in. long, 4 cucumbers Class 28. Cucumbers, slicing, 6” or longer, 3 cucumbers Class 29. Eggplant, 1 Class 30. Garlic, 4 bulbs. Exhibit with neck attached and skin on. Class 31. Gourds, 3 gourds Class 32. Ground Cherries (aka Tomatillo/Husk Tomato), 1 pt. box Class 33. Horseradish, 3 roots Class 34. Kohlrobi, 3 roots Class 35. Lettuce, 1 head Class 36. Lettuce leaf, 1 plant Class 37. Sweet melon (cantaloupe, honeydew), 1 Class 38. Melon, watermelon, best, 1 Class 39. Melon, other (bittter or horned), 1 Class 40. Onions, red dry, with neck attached & skin on, 3 bulbs Class 41. Onions, yellow dry with neck attached & skin on, 3 bulbs Class 42. Onions, white dry with neck attached & skin on, 3 bulbs
Class 43. Onions, sweet, 3 bulbs Class 44. Onions, green bunching, stalks
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30 trimmed evenly, 6 bulbs Class 45. Parsnips, 1.5 to 3 in., 4 roots Class 46. Peas, pods, 6 pods Class 47. Peas, shelled, 1 cup Class 48. Peppers, hot peppers, 4 each Class 49. Peppers, sweet, 4 each Class 50. Potatoes, blue, 4 tubers Class 51. Potatoes, red , 4 tubers Class 52. Potatoes, russet, 4 tubers Class 53. Potatoes, white, 4 tubers
Class 54. Potatoes, yellow, 4 tubers Class 55. Potatoes, other (fingerling or sweet), 4 tubers Class 56. Pumpkin, pie or sweet, 1 Class 57. Pumpkin, other (Halloween), 1 each Class 58. Radishes, 6 Class 59. Rhubarb, 6 stalks Class 60. Rutabagas, 4 roots Class 61. Salsify, 1.5 to 3 in. dia. at
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crown, 4 roots Class 62. Spinach leaf, 1 plant Class 63. Squash, summer, yellow, straight or crooknekck, 2 each Class 64. Squash, summer, zucchini, green or other, 2 each Class 65. Squash, summer, scalloped (pattypan), 2 each Class 66. Squash, summer, other, round or multi-colored , 2 each Class 67. Squash, winter, Acorn or Danish, green or Yellow, 1 each Class 68. Squash, winter, banana, 1 Class 69. Squash, winter, butternut, 1 Class 70. Squash, winter, delicata, 1 Class 71. Squash, winter, hubbard, 1 Class 72. Squash, winter, spaghetti, 1 Class 73. Squash, winter, turban, 1 Class 74. Squash, winter, other type/variety, 1 each Class 75. Sunflower head dried for seeds, 1 head Class 76. Tomatoes, beefsteak, 4 each
Class 77. Tomatoes, green, unripe, 4 each Class 78. Tomatoes, heirloom variety, 4 each Class 79. Tomatoes, roma/paste, 4 each Class 80. Tomatoes, salad, 2 - 4 in. dia., 8 each Class 81. Tomatoes, “cherry” (includes pear & grape sizes), stems on, under 1.5 in. dia., 12 each Class 82. Turnips, 4 roots
Class 83. Vegetables, other, specify name/variety LOT 5. CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES 1. Only potatoes grown under Certification Standards established by the Washington State Department of Agriculture and passed field inspection are eligible to show in this class. 2. Twelve potatoes constitute an exhibit. 3. Any variety potato certified by Washington State, variety must be named. Class 84. Certified Seed Potatoes, 12 LOT 6. FRUITS 1. Make note of qty/amt that constitute one exhibit. 2. Varieties must be listed for each exhibit on entry form & on exhibitor tag. 3. Fruit generally judged according to size, qty, color, trueness to variety & type, freedom from blemishes, and conformity. 4. Best size selection not always largest but what most represents variety and consistency with market demand. 5. Fruit should be mature, with stems retained, be free from bruises/blemishes. 6. Smooth-skinned fruit may be polished with exception of plums, prunes & grapes, which should retain natural “bloom. 7. Fruit must be grown in Klickitat County.
Class 85. Apples, 4 Class 86. Apricots, 6 Class 87. Blackberries, 1 pt Class 88. Blueberries, 1 pt
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Class 89. Raspberries, 1 pt class 90. Strawberries, 1 pt Class 91. Berries, Other, specify Class 92. Grapes, 1 bunch Class 93. Nectarines, 6 Class 94. Pears, 4 Class 95. Pears, asian, 4 Class 96. Peaches, 4 Class 97. Plums, 6 Class 98. Prunes, 6 Class 99. Quince, 4 Class 100. Fruits, other (name), 7
LOT 7. NUTS 1. Nuts should be displayed in shell and should be of edible variety. 2. Varieties should be listed for each exhibit on entry form and on exhibitor’s tag. 3. Display nuts in clear plastic bag, free from broken pieces and foreign matter.
Class 101. Almonds, 12 Class 102. Filbert “hazelnuts”, 12 Class 103. Pecans, 12 Class 104. Walnuts, 12 Class 105. Nuts, other (name)
LOT 8 . HERBS, FRESH 1. Entries to consist of 4 cut stems. Remove stems below water line. If herbs grown for flowers, blossoms to be fresh. 2. Fresh-cut herbs should be displayed in bottles or jars suitable to display size, such as baby food or spice bottles. 3. Variety, if known, should be listed for each exhibit on entry form and on exhibitor’s tag.
Class 106. Basil Class 107. Chives Class 108. Cilantro Class 109. Dill Class 110. Mint Class 111, Oregano Class 112. Parsley Class 113. Rosemary Class 114. Sage Class 115. Stevia Class 116. Tarragon Class 117. Thyme Class 118. Herbs, other (name)
Grain must come straight out of the combine –elevator ready. 2. Entry form, entry fee of $5/jar, and grain must be brought to the fairgrounds on Mon., Aug. 12, 2019, 6 pm to 8 pm. 3. Exhibitor may enter one full glass gallon jar per field. 4. Test weight is measured at time of judging. 5. Judging criteria: Wheat – 40% subjective quality a. Plumpness of kernels b. Uniformity of kernel size, shape, and color characteristic if variety c. Broken kernels d. Foreign seeds e. Foreign matter 40% Test Weight 20% Protein Level Barley, Triticale, Oats 50% Quality 50% Test Weight 6. Klickitat County Grain King selected from class champions using the same judging criteria. PREMIUMS: Blue – 60 points; Red – 40 points; White – 20 points CLASS CHAMPIONS – Rosette GRAIN KING – SIGN and $100.00 gift certificate to the Mid Columbia Producers Farm Store LOT 1. WINTER WHEAT Class 1. Soft white Class 2. White club Class 3. All others LOT 2. SPRING WHEAT Class 4. Soft white Class 5. Hard red Class 6. All others LOT 3. WINTER BARLEY Class 7. Feed Class 8. Malting Class 9. All others LOT 4. SPRING BARLEY Class 10. Feed Class 11. Malting Class 12. All Others LOT 5. OATS Class 13. All varieties LOT 6. TRITICALE Class 14. All varieties
DEPT 510 KC GRAIN KING CONTEST DEPT 520 KC HAY KING CONTEST
31 the fairgrounds on Mon., Aug. 12, 2019, 6 pm to 8 pm. 3. An exhibit consists of one whole small bale or a 2 ft. end section of a large bale, adequately tied. 4. Entry fee: $10/bale. 5. Two core samples taken at time of entry. 6. Scoring: 1. Test a. Relative Feed Value (RFV) b. Standard score by each class equals 100% (see score sheet) c. All entries as a % of standard with 100% maximum 2. Visual a. Ideal for each class (see score sheet) b. % if ideal 3. Criteria judged on: a. Stage of Maturity b. Foreign Material c. Steminess, Leafiness, Leafhold d. Condition (smell, mold, texture, excessive moisture) e. Color f. Bale Appearance 7. Class winners determined by index score, unless the bale with the highest score receives a white ribbon in visual score. Class winner determined at judge’s discretion. 8. Klickitat County Hay King selected from Class Champions using the same judging criteria. 9. Disqualifications: a. Noxious or Poisonous Weeds b. Any evidence of tampering to influence or change the hay analysis or scoring procedure is just cause to disqualify a competitor (i.e. use of any substance not normally used in hay- making process, i.e. coloring or ammonia are not legal, but preservatives are legal.) PREMIUMS: Blue – 60 points; Red – 40
points; White – 20 points Class Champions – Rosette Hay King – Sign and $100 gift certificate from the Mid Columbia Producers Farm Store LOT 1. IRRIGATED ALFALFA HAY (LESS THAN 20% GRASS) a. >90% legume b. 75% Test (180 standard RVF) . +25% Visual Class 1. 1st Cutting Class 2. 2nd Cutting Class 3. 3rd Cutting LOT 2. NON-IRRIGATED ALFALFA HAY (LESS THAN 20% GRASS) a. >90% legume b. 75% Test (180 standard RFV) c. + 25% Visual CLASS 4. 1ST CUTTING Class 5. 2nd Cutting LOT 3. GRASSES a. >90% grass b. 50% Test (130 standard RFV) c. + 50% Visual Class 6. 1st Cutting Class 7. 2nd Cutting LOT 4. GRASS/LEGUME a. At least 20% grass and at least 20% legume b. 67% Test (155 standard RFV) c. 33% Visual Class 8. Grass/Legume Hay LOT 5. TIMOTHY a. >90% Timothy b. 25% Test (100 standard RFV) c. 75% Visual Class 9. Timothy LOT 6. LEGUME/GRAIN a. At least 20% legume and 20% grain b. 67% Test (145 standard RFV) c. 33% Visual Class 10. Legume/Grain LOT 7 . GRAIN a. >90% grain
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32 b. 50% Test (110 standard RFV) c. 50% Visual Class 11. Grain Hay
PREMIUMS: Blue 60 – point; Red 40 – points; White 20 – points LOT 1. WHITE Class 1. Fine – Merino, etc
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Class 2. Medium – Romney, etc. Class 3. Longwool – Lincoln, etc. Class 4. Primative – Navajo-Churro, etc. LOT 2. NATURAL COLORED Class 5. Fine Class 6. Medium Class 7. Longwool Class 8. Primative LOT 3. OTHER Class 9. Alpaca Class 10. Llama Class 11. Mohair Class 12. Other Open champion – Rosette & $15 Cash Open Reserve Champion – Rosette Youth Champion – Rosette & $15 Cash Youth Reserve Champion – Rosette
1. Fleeces must be in place in the exhibit building by 8 pm on Tue. Released at 5 pm on Sun. 2. Fleece must be removed from fiber animal owned by exhibitor. 3. Fleece shall not be more than 12 months growth. The definition of12 months shall be the definition commonly accepted by the wool trade. 4. No more than 2 entries/ class/exhibitor. 5. All fleeces should be skirted and as free of foreign material as possible, including straw, dirt and baling twine. 6. Fleeces are to be shown untied, with flesh side out, in a clear plastic bag. 7. Colored fleeces judged according to criteria established by the Natural Colored Wool Growers Association. 8. All judge’s decisions final. Exhibitors to indicate class for which fleece eligible with class number determined by grade of wool or breed. If class number not properly determined, it may be changed at judge’s discretion.
FLOWERS DEPARTMENT 540 – OPEN DEPT 545 – YOUTH & FFA
1. Entry forms must be filled out and brought to the fair when floral exhibits are entered. These forms must be left with department attendants to complete the entry process. 2. Exhibitors should identify each exhibit as to lot, class and variety before present-
ing the exhibit for entry. 3. Entries are open to amateur growers only. Amateurs grow plants/flowers for pleasure, not for monetary gain. 4. Exhibitors are limited to one entry/lot, color and variety, but may enter as many classes as desired. 5. All judges’ decisions are final, and they may withhold an award at their discretion from any unworthy exhibit, even if such an exhibit is the only exhibit in its class. 6. Entry officials will make no decisions, but may make suggestions to improve the quality of the exhibit at the time of entry. 7. Exhibitors with more than 10 entries must begin the entry process one-half hour before the entry deadline. 8. All floral entries must be in place by 8 pm Tuesday. 9. Exhibitors are encouraged to replace wilted/faded blooms during the fair but MARSHAL from page 2
after judging. AWARDS: Rosette, Best Specimen Rosette, Best Dried Arrangement Using Wheat Rosette, Best Potted Plant Rosette Judge’s Award may also be given PREMIUMS: Blue – 20 points; Red – 15 points; White – 10 points DEFINITIONS (are as follows:) 1. BLOOM: An individual flower – one blossom to a stem. 2. SPECIMEN: A single bloom, spike, stalk, plant, fruit or vegetable. 3. SPIKE: A stalk carrying many stemless or nearly stemless flowers. 4. SPRAY: A portion of a plant with a number of flowers on one stem. 5. STALK: Stiff stem, which may branch, with one or more flowers. 6. 3 BLOOMS: Flowers of same size and
They have both been active members of the Alder Creek Pioneer Picnic Association, serving as president in 2015. This May Marie was nominated and awarded a Community Leadership Award sponsored by Educational Service District 105. Marie’s and Dean’s involvement in the Klickitat County Fair and Rodeo started when Marie and Dean became the 4-H leaders of the Bickleton Hilltopper’s in 1981. With market steers, hogs, sheep, rabbits, and still life and baking projects, they have almost done it all. The best guess is that they have lead, mentored and hauled hundreds children and animals over
their 4-H tenure. If you were to try and compliment either one of them for their service and dedication as 4-H leaders, they would just shrug and say it wasn’t anything and change subject. Dean and Marie also participated in other fairs with their 4-H kids, such as Grandview, Toppenish, and the granddaddy of them all, Denver. Dean’s hobbies are golf and cattle; Marie’s are quilting and her 4-H kids. Dean and Marie would to thank the Klickitat County Fair and Rodeo Board members for selecting them as the 2019 Grand Marshals.
have been participating in 4-H since I was 7 years old. When I’m not with my horse, I am with the FFA club in White Salmon, or just out enjoying the beautiful PNW. Growing up with horses is like a little girl’s fairy tale, and my childhood certainly was. I’ve been riding horses since before I can remember, and I won my first buckle when I was 7 years old, here at the Fair in 2009. My first partner in crime was my sister’s horse after she outgrew her, a 14.2 hand Haflinger Quarter Horse cross named Myah. She taught me many life lessons, mostly patience, and led me to 6 buckles here in the county. In 2014 I became the proud owner of a horse I could finally call my own, a now 11 year old Quarter Horse Gelding named Slim. With Slim by my side, it feels like we can accomplish anything. Since I got him, we have achieved things I thought we never would, including 6 more buckles and competing at state fairs both in Puyallup and Yakima. My longingness to be a Rodeo Queen started the moment I saw one of the Queens do a run out here at our rodeo. I was always the little girl wandering around
the fair asking the queens for hugs and perfecting my queen wave for my family. I always told my parents I would be one of those girls one day; I would become a rodeo queen. Since never holding a title before, my first being for our wonderful county is like a dream come true. Throughout my years here at the Fair, exploring and walking the grounds was always my favorite thing to do, like seeing all the exhibits, watching the different types of people who come to the fair, and, of course, the food. The amazing Kick-Off Barbecue has always been one of my favorites. Over the course of my past year representing Klickitat county, I have made new friends, traveled all over Washington State, talked to various people, and I’ve had a blast sharing with others what makes our county truly one of a kind. But the best part has been impacting lives and making memories that I will remember for the rest of my life. Come on down to the Fair, and join me and Slim. Make forever memories like I have. You won’t regret it!
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2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book colors, stems of the same length. SUGGESTIONS FOR LONGER LASTING BLOOMS: 1. Cut flowers in early morning or evening. 2. Cut stems at an angle. Re-cut under water. 3. Crush or split woody stems. 4. Remove foliage below water. 5. Use solution of ½ water and ½ lemonlime soda in vases. 6. Dahlia stem ends should be burned. 7. Dahlias and roses will have bigger blooms if they are debudded during growth season, allowing one bloom to grow/stem. SPECIMENS: 1. Flower specimens should be as near perfect as possible; a very limited “dressing” (trimming blemished leaves or removing damaged petals) allowed. 2. Exhibitors must furnish their own containers, which should be in proportion to the length of the stem and size of the bloom and as uniform as possible. Narrow-necked bottles are best. The name of the exhibitor must be on the bottom of the container if they want them returned. 3. Clear, uncolored glass containers must be used for specimen blooms. No colored pop bottles or bottles with colored writing. 4. Specimens must be grown by the exhibitor. 5. Entry should be either a stem, one bloom or a spray; all with attached foliage. 6. Blooms should be at the most perfect phase of their possible beauty, usually 33% to 75%. LOT 1. ANNUALS Class 1. Asters Class 2. Calendulas Class 3. Celosia Class 4. Cosmos Class 5. Dianthus Class 6. Geranium Class 7. Marigold, large, 1 bloom Class 8. Marigold, small, 1 spray Class 9. Nasturtium Class 10. Petunia, single, 3 stems Class 11. Petunia, double, 3 stems Class 12. Salvia, 1 stem Class 13. Straw Flower, 3 stems Class 14. Sweet Peas, 3 stems Class 15. Verbena, 3 stems Class 16. Zinnia, 1 bloom Class 17. Sunflowers,(all types – please specify.) Class 18. Any other (name variety) LOT 2. BIENNIALS Class 19. Delphiniums, 1 stem Class 20. Hollyhocks, 1 stem Class 21. Snapdragons, 1 stem Class 22. Sweet Williams, 1 stem Class 23. Pansies, 3 blooms Class 24. Viola, 3 sprays Class 25. Other biennials (name variety) LOT 3. PERENNIALS Class 26. Carnations, 1 spray Class 27. Chrysanthemums, 1 bloom
Class 28. Cushion Mum, 1 spray Class 29. Clematis, 3 blooms Class 30. Columbine, 1 spray Class 31. Heuchera, 1 spray Class 32. Daisies, 1 bloom Class 33. Feverfew, 1 spray Class 34. Geranium, 1 bloom Class 35. Gypsophila (baby breath), 1 spray Class 36. Phlox, 1 spray Class 37. Other perennials (name variety) LOT 4. CORMS, BULBS TUBERS & RHIZOMES
Class 38. Dahlias Class 39. Canna Lily, 1 bloom Class 40. Gladiolus Class 41. Tuberous begonia, 1 bloom Class 42. Other (name variety) LOT 5. ROSES Class 43. Hybrid tea, 1 bloom, debudded Class 44. Grandiflora, 1 spray Class 45. Floribunda, 1 spray Class 46. Miniature, 1 spray Class 47. Climbing rose, 1 spray Class 48. Bloom cycle: 1 bud, 1 bloom, and 1 full blown rose, same variety; can be three (3) stems. Class 49. Any other type (name variety) LOT 6. FLOWERING SHRUBS Class 50. Crepe Myrtle, 1 spray Class 51. Honeysuckle, 1 spray Class 52. Butterfly bush, 1 spray Class 53. Potentilla, 1 spray Class 54. Berried Shrubs, 1 spray Class 55. Other (name variety) LOT 7 . POTTED PLANTS 1. All potted plants must have been in the exhibitor’s possession at least three (3) months. 2. Pots should be in scale and proportion to the plant. 3. All pots should be clean, free of wrapping or ribbon. 4. Flowering plants should be in bloom. 5. Plants should be groomed and watered before entry. Class 56. African violets Class 57. Begonia – tuberous Class 58. Begonia – other (name variety) Class 59. Coleus Class 60. Fern Class 61. Fuchsia Class 62. Geranium Class 63. Orchids (a) large (b) small Class 64. Container garden (plants of 3 varieties or more –limit 5 entries in this category) Class 65. Dish garden, some growing Class 66. Bonsai tree, trimmed and trained Class 67. Terrariums (growing plants in glass) Class 68. Other foliage plants (Name Variety) Class 69. Other flowering plants (name variety) Class 70. Plant in most unique container Class 71. Herbs
33 Class 72. Hanging plants Class 73. Mini Roses Class 74. Current Fair Theme LOT 8. CACTI & SUCCULENTS Class 75. Cactus potted plant Class 76. Succulent potted plant Class 77. Succulent specimen (group of 1-3) Class 78. Arrangements using cacti or succulents & Natural inanimate material Class 79. Other (name variety) LOT 9. FRESH FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS 1. Flowers and foliage must be grown by the exhibitor. 2. Artificial material not allowed. 3. Arrangements should be designed to sit solidly. 4. Designs are judged on the following points: Design 30 points Color 20 points Suitable relationship of all material 20 points Distinctiveness 10 points Originality 10 points Condition of material 10 points Class 80. Monochromatic Floral Class 81. Hummingbird or Butterfly Haven Class 82. Native plants & grasses Class 83. Fragrance – Use fragrant flowers & materials Class 84. Pottery, flowers & grain Class 85. Multi colors floral Class 86. Fruits, berries, nuts, grains and some fresh materials Class 87. Holiday Centerpiece Class 88. Current “Fair” Theme Class 89. Miniature – less than 6” LOT 10. DRIED ARRANGEMENTS 1. Plant materials must be used. 2. No fresh flowers or foliage. 3. Specify on entry tag if purchased materials were used. 4. Containers must be heavy enough to
support the arrangement. 5. Weeds on the County and State Noxious Weed List are not allowed. Class 90. Dried spring and/or summer flowers Class 91. Native flowers and grasses Class 92. Dried grains, nuts, pods, etc. LOT 11. ARTISTIC DESIGN 1. Fresh flower arrangement by amateurs who do not grow their own flowers or design arrangements for monetary gain. 2. Plant material may be purchased. 3. No artificial flowers. Class 93. Monochromatic Floral Class 94. Hummingbird or Butterfly Haven Class 95. Native Plants and Grasses Class 96. Fragrance – Use fragrant flowers and materials Class 97. Pottery, flowers and grain. Class 98. Multi colors Floral Class 99. Fruit, berries, nuts, grains, and some fresh materials Class 100. Holiday Centerpiece Class 101. Current “Fair” Theme Class 102. Miniature – less than 6”.
FOOD PRESERVATION DEPT 550 OPEN DEPT 555 - YOUTH & FFA
1. Entry forms must be filled out – not mailed – and brought to the Fair when canned products are entered. 2. All food products must be preserved
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34 since the last County Fair. 3. All products in Department 550 and 555 must have a label with product name, method of packing (raw, cold or hot), processing method, number of pounds of pressure (if pressure canned), processing time, date preserved and canning elevation. State name of the Food Preservation Book or Bulletin from which the recipe came. Indicate on tje labels for canned tomatoes if citric acid or lemon juice was added. Indicate on the label if it is a Youth entry. Products with no label, incomplete information, deliberate misinformation, or unsafe processing times stated on the label are disqualified. 4. Do not cover jar with label. 5. All jars used for exhibit ½ pint, 1 pint or quart, sparkling clean, clear standard canning jars. 6. No quilted jars accepted. One and one-half quart jars and half gallon jars are not acceptable. 7. All jars must have labels. 8. Jams, preserves, jellies, conserves and marmalades must be processed in hot water bath for at least five (5) minutes. 9. All pickles must be processed. 10. All meat, poultry, fish and vegetables must be pressure canned. 11. No limit to number of entries in each lot as long as they are not identical. This rule applies to youth entries as well. 12. Canned products may be opened at
the discretion of the judge. 13. Processing times, methods and headspace from USDA Extension Bulletins followed for judging. Up-to-date (1994 or newer) Commercial canning book recipes are acceptable if processing time, method and headspace are in compliance with USDA Extension Office. CANNED FRUITS/ VEGETABLES SCORE CARD 50 points Gen’l Appearance 20 points Container Product selectn/uniformity 30 points TOTAL 100 points PREMIUMS: Blue – 20 points; Red – 15 points; White – 10 points LOT 1. CANNED FRUIT Class 1. Applesauce Class 2. Apricots Class 3. Cherries Class 4. Pears Class 5. Peaches Class 6. Plums or Prunes Class 7. Pie Fillings Class 8. Other fruits LOT 2. CANNED VEGETABLES Class 9. Snap Beans Class 10. Beets Class 11. Carrots Class 12. Corn Class 13. Asparagus Class 14. Other vegetables LOT 3. TOMATOES, JUICES, SAUCES Class 15. Crushed – no added liquid
Class 16. Whole or halved – packed in water Class 17. Whole or halved – packed in tomato juice Class 18. Whole or halved – packed in raw without added liquid Class 19. Tomato sauce Class 20. Spaghetti sauce – without meat Class 21. Spaghetti sauce – with meat Class 22. Tomato catsup Class 23. Salsa Class 24. Tomato juice Class 25. Green tomato mincemeat Class 26. Other than classified – specify LOT 4. SALSA Class 27. Tomato Class 28. Tomatillo Class 29. Jalapeno Class 30. Verde Class 31. Spicy Cranberry Class 32. Peach Class 33. Mango Class 34. Other LOT 5. JAMS & PRESERVES Score card for Jams, Jellies, Preserves Appearance 30 points Texture 35 points Flavor 35 points TOTAL 100 points Class 35. Apricot Class 36. Peach Class 37. Grape Class 38. Raspberry
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Class 39. Strawberry Class 40. Blackberry Class 41. Blueberry Class 42. Huckleberry Class 43. Tomato Class 44. Cherry Class 45. Other than classified LOT 6. JELLIES Class 46. Apple Class 47. Blackberry Class 48. Blueberry Class 49. Elderberry Class 50. Raspberry Class 51. Strawberry Class 52. Huckleberry Class 53. Grape Class 54. Crabapple Class 55. Other than classified LOT 7 . FRUIT BUTTERS Class 56. Apple Class 57. Peach Class 58. Pear Class 59. Apricot Class 60. Other than classified LOT 8. CONSERVES Class 61. Blueberry Class 62. Cranberry Class 63. Pineapple-Apricot Class 64. Plum Class 65. Rhubarb Class 66. Other than classified- specify LOT 9. FRUIT SYRUP Class 67. Fruit syrup Class 68. Fruit honey
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2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book LOT 10. HONEY Class 69. Home produced LOT 11. PICKLING Class 70. Dill Class 71. Bread and Butter Class 72. Fruit Class 73. Sauerkraut Class 74. Relish Class 75. Cucumber pickles- sweet Class 76. Pickled Beets Class 77. Pickled mild/sweet peppers Class 78. Pickled hot peppers Class 79. Non-tomato Catsup Class 80. Chutney Class 81. Other than classified- specify LOT 12. CANNED MEATS Class 82. Beef Class 83. Chicken Class 84. Mincemeat Class 85. Salmon or other Fish Class 86. Venison Class 87. Other than classified- specify LOT 13. DRIED FOODS 1. All dried foods to be put in plain 1/2 or pint canning jars with 2-pc lids - 1/2 jar min. 2. Dried foods label should specify drying time, date processed, product, book used, whether oven, dehydrator, microwave or sun dried. Class 88. Beef Jerky Class 89. Venison Jerky Class 90. Dried Fruits Class 91. Fruit Leathers Class 92. Dried Vegetables Class 93. Dried Herbs Class 94. Salmon Class 95. Sturgeon Class 96. Other than classified- specify LOT 14. FLAVORED VINEGARS Class 97. Herbal Vinegar Class 98. Fruit Vinegar LOT 15. WINES 1. Two (2) bottles of each sample must be entered. 2. Show wine in standard wine bottles with cork. Small bottles acceptable. 3. Judges may open bottles. Class 99. Homemade Class 100. Commercial LOT 16. LIQUER Class 101. Homemade LOT 17. MICRO-BREW Class 102. Homemade Beer Class 103. Homemade Soft Drink Class 104. Mead Class 105. Commercial
BAKING DEPT 560 – OPEN 565 – YOUTH & FFA
1. Entry forms must be filled out –NOT MAILED – and brought to the Fair when baked goods entered. 2. All baking MUST be wrapped and on a paper plate or cardboard cut to suitable size. PLEASE USE OF ZIP-LOCK BAGS, with recipe card enclosed. See rule #5. 3. Cake exhibits must be ½ cake. Bread exhibits must be ½ loaf. Items must be in place by 8 pm Tuesday. 4. A 3x5 recipe cards must be included for all entries YOUR NAME, LOT & CLASS number on the back. Exhibits will not be judged without recipe card. 5. All baked goods need to be completely cooled before bringing to the fair. 6. Due to health regulations all baked items in the fair will not be returned to the exhibitors. 7. See special awards listed at the beginning of Open Class section of this premium book. 8. Baked goods judged using following Score Card for all Backed Goods Gen’l Appearance 30 points Texture 35 points Flavor 35 points TOTAL 100 points 9. No limit on the number of entries as long as a different recipe used for each entry. If entering more than one in a class, recipe must be included for each exhibit. 10. No items requiring refrigeration accepted (e.g., cream pies or items containing cream cheese). PREMIUMS: Blue – 20 points; Red – 15 points; White – 10 points LOT 1. SPECIALTIES Class 1. Puff Pastries (4) Class 2. Decorated Cakes (both cake and decorations judged) made from scratch. Decorations must be edible – exceptions dolls and candies. Class 3. Decorated Cakes – Styrofoam base – (judged on decorations only) Class 4. Decorated item other than cake Class 5. Unusual ingredients in baked goods Class 6. Pie crusts (1 whole crust) Class 7. One (1) crust pie or Two (2) crust pie (whole pie) Class 8. Other than classified LOT 2. BREADS – YEAST Class 9. Fancy breads such as Swedish tea rings, Kolache, etc. may be small size or ½ regular size. Class 10. ½ loaf white bread Class 11. ½ loaf wheat bread Class 12. ½ loaf all other grain Class 13. ½ loaf raisin bread Class 14. Roll, white dinner (4) Class 15. Roll, wheat dinner (4) Class 16. Cinnamon rolls (4) Class 17. Doughnuts (4) Class 18. Sourdough products – specify Class 19. Other than classified LOT 3. QUICK BREADS
35 Class 20. ½ loaf bread (with nuts) Class 21. ½ loaf bread (with fruits or vegetables) Class 22. Corn bread, sticks (4), or muffins (4) Class 23. Biscuits (4) Class 24. Muffins (4) Class 25. Cake Doughnuts (4) Class 26. Sourdough products – specify Class 27. Coffee cake (1/2) Class 28. Other than classified LOT 4. COOKIES 1. Exhibit is four cookies. Class 29. Filled Class 30. Drop Class 31. Bar types Class 32. Refrigerator Class 33. Rolled Class 34. Brownie Class 35. No bake Class 36. Other than classified LOT 5. CAKES
Class 37. Pound cake (1/2) Class 38. Angel food (no icing) (1/2) Class 39. Chiffon cake (no icing) (1/2) Class 40. Sponge cake (no icing) (1/2) Class 41. Upside down cake (whole) Class 42. Fruit cake (no icing or glaze) (1/2) Class 43. Layer cake (iced) (1/2)
Class 44. Cake (fruit, vegetable, nut) (1/2) Class 45. Coffee cake (1/2) Class 46. Cake (carrot or zucchini) (1/2) Class 47. Cupcakes (4) Class 48. Other than classified LOT 6. CANDIES 1. Exhibit is 6 pieces. Class 49. Fudge chocolate Class 50. Fudge (any other) Class 51. Peanut brittle Class 52. Caramels Class 53. Other than classified LOT 7 . HEALTH MODIFIED RECIPE 1. Example: baked product low in calories or cholesterol, dietetic, allergy, etc. 2. Must submit recipe and state the goal of the modification. Class 54. Yeast products (1/2 loaf or four rolls) Class 55. Quick breads (1/2 loaf or four muffins, biscuits, etc.) Class 56. Cookies (4) Class 57. Pie (whole) Class 58. Cake (1/2) Class 59. Candy (6 pieces) LOT 8. MICROWAVE BAKING 1. Limited to recipes prepared from scratch Class 60. Yeast products (1/2 loaf or 4 rolls) Class 61. Quick breads (1/2 loaf) Class 62. Cookies (4) Class 63. Pies (whole) Class 64. Cake (1/2) Class 65. Candy (6 pieces) LOT 9. MACHINE BREAD 1. Specify the type of bread machine used. 2. Specify type of flour used in recipe. Class 66. Rolls (6) Class 67. Quick bread (1/2 loaf) Class 68. Other than class
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36 SEWING DEPARTMENT 570 – OPEN 575 – YOUTH & FFA
1. Entry forms must be filled out – NOT MAILED – and brought to Fair when clothing entered. 2. No soiled articles accepted for entry. 3. All entries in this division must be the work of the exhibitor. 4. No limit in number of entries/lot as long as entries not identical. 5. Matched separates should be entered under outfit and judged together.
6. Previously worn articles may be entered but must be cleaned and pressed. 7. All items must have been completed since the last fair. 8. Sewing Divisions: AM - Amateur ADV - Advanced PRO – Professional PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red; 15 points; White; 10 points LOT 1. CLOTHING – CONVENTIONAL & SERGER Class 1. Dresses & skirts Class 2. Jeans, slacks & shorts Class 3. Blouses & shirts Class 4. Outfit Class 5. Vests Class 6. Nightwear & lingerie Class 7. Aprons/kitchen clothing items Class 8. Evening & bridal wear Class 9. Suit, coat or jacket Class 10.Outdoor & active wear (sweatshirts, T-shirts,etc.) Class 11.Children’s clothing
Class 12.Baby garments Class 13.Recycled clothing Class 14.Other than classified – specify LOT 2. STUFFED TOYS/DECORATIONS Class 15. Stuffed toys & dolls Class 16. Christmas/holiday decorations Class 17. Home Décor & household items (non-wall hangings) Class 18. Wall Hangings Class 19. Tote Bags & purses Class 20. Recycled project Class 21. Other than classified, specify LOT 3. HAND SEWN ITEM Class 22. Specify item LOT 4. SEWING MACHINE ARTS (Open Class only) Class 23. Specify
QUILTS DEPT 580 – OPEN 585 – YOUTH & FFA
Knock their socksoff, 4-H’ers! 1. All items must have been completed since the last fair by the person entering the item. 2. Item disqualified if soiled, showing wear, too fragile to exhibit or otherwise unworthy of being judged. 3. Limit of three (3) entries/lot. 4. Indicate if article an original design or traditional pattern. Identify pattern name and/or give credit for designer. 5. A quilt may be entered in the group category only by one of its makers. This individual responsible for gaining the permission of everyone else who worked on the project. Any awards, prizes, etc. given only to person who entered item. 6. Work by Senior Citizens should be identified as they may be eligible for special awards. 7. Using judge’s discretion, recognition given for Best Traditional Quilt and Best Original Quilt. 8. Amateur Division – No work marketed or sold. May have assistance or instruction. 9. Advanced Division – Some work marketed. 10. Professional Division – See guidelines in the General Open Rules. 11. Group Division – Any quilt made by more than one person. Round robin quilts would be included in this division. Enter group quilts under the name of the quilt owner and note who contributed to the work. Not included in this division are those
quilts that are pieced by one person and commercially quilted. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points LOT 1. MINIATURES – QUILTS UNDER 24” ANY DIMENSION Class 1. Hand quilted Class 2. Machine quilted (at home – commercial quilting will not be judged) Class 3. Pieced – by hand or machine – includes strip piecing Class 4. Paper pieced Class 5. Appliqué Class 6. Embroidered Class 7. Mixed media Class 8. Tied Class 9. Other LOT 2. WALL QUILTS – QUILTS OVER 24” & UNDER 30” ANY DIMENSION Class 10. Hand quilted Class 11. Machine quilted (at home – commercial quilting will not be judged) Class 12. Pieced – by hand or machine – includes strip piecing Class 13. Paper pieced Class 14. Applique Class 15. Embrodered Class 16. Mixed media Class 17. Tied Class 18. Other LOT 3. CRIB OR LAP QUILTS – QUILTS OVER 30” & UNDER 60” ANY DIMENSN Class 19. Hand quilted Class 20. Machine quilted (at home – commercial quilting will not be judged) Class 21. Pieced – by hand or machine – includes strip piecing Class 22. Paper pieced Class 23. Appliqued Class 24. Embroidered Class 25. Mixed media Class 26. Tied Class 27. Other LOT 4. BED QUILTS – ANY DIMENSION 60" - 80” Class 28. Hand quilted Class 29. Machine quilted (at home – commercial quilting will not be judged) Class 30. Pieced – by hand or machine – includes strip piecing Class 31. Paper pieced Class 32. Applique Class 33. Embroidered Class 34. Mixed Media Class 35. Tied Class 36. Other LOT 5. BED QUILTS - ANY DIMENSION OVER 80” Class 37. Hand Quilted Class 38. Machine Quilted (at home commercial Quilting will not be judged.) Class 39. Pieced - by hand or machine includes Strip piecing. Class 40. Paper pieced Cclass 41. Applique Class 42. Embroidered Class 43. Mixed Media Class 44. Tied Class 45. Other LOT 6. CLOTHING – PIECED, QUILTED
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book OR BOTH – INCLUDES TOTE BAGS Class 46. Hand quilted Class 47. Machine quilted (at home – commercial quilting will not be judged) Class 48. Pieced – by hand or machine – includes strip piecing Class 49. Paper pieced Class 50. Applique Class 51. Embroidered Class 52. Mixed Media Class 52. Tied Class 54. Other LOT 7 . DECORATIVE ITEMS AND SEASONAL DECORATIONS Class 55. Hand quilted Class 56. Machine quilted (at home – commercial quilting will not be judged) Class 57. Pieced – by hand or machine – includes strip piecing Class 58. Paper pieced Class 59. Applique Class 60. Embroidered Class 61. Mixed Media Class 62. Tied Class 63. Other
NEEDLEWORK DEPT 600 OPEN 605 – YOUTH & FFA
1. Entry forms must be filled out – NOT MAILED – and brought to the fair when items are entered. 2. No limit on entries/lot as long as they are not identical or specified. 3. Items entered in quantity also judged according to difficulty. 4. All work must have be completed since the last county fair and not entered in any previous fair. 5. Items disqualified if soiled, showing wear, too fragile to exhibit or otherwise unworthy of being judged. 6. Work from patterns, kits or graphs acceptable in each class but original designs encouraged. 7. Judges’ selection of top original design will receive a special ribbon. 8. Judges awards awarded if work merits the approval of the judge. This is the top out of each class. 9. All pictures and wall hangings must have appropriate backing and hangers or the item will not be accepted. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points LOT 1. KNITTING 1. Specify if article hand or machine knit. 2. Specify if original design. Personal Items Class 1. Sweater, vest, suit, dress Class 2. Coat, poncho, shawl Class 3. Muffler, scarf
Class 4. Hat, Cap Class 5. Slippers, socks Class 6. Mittens, gloves Class 7. Baby set (3 piece set) Household Items Class 8. Afghan, bedspread Class 9. Tablecloth Class 10. Edging or insertion (12” min.) (3 different examples –mounted) Class 11. Potholders, oven mitts, dishcloths (limit 3 of same type) Novelty Items Class 12. Toys or dolls Class 13. Doll Clothes (min. 6 pieces) Class 14. Holiday theme (limit 3 items/set, 5 set max.) Other than classified Class 15. Please specify LOT 2. CROCHETING 1. Items may be starched or sized. 2. Specify if original design. Personal Items or garments Class 16. Sweater, suit, dress, vest Class 17. Coat, poncho, shawl Class 18. Muffler, scarf Class 19. Hat, cap Class 20. Slippers, socks Class 21. Mittens, gloves Class 22. Baby set (2 or more items) Household Items Class 23. Afghan, bedspread, pillow Class 24. Tablecloth, runners Class 25. Edging or insertion (12” min.) (3 different examples –mounted) Class 26. Potholders, oven mitts, dishcloths (limit 3 of same type) Class 27. Placemats (set of four) Class 28. Dollies (limit 4) Must be mounted on boards with hangers. Class 29. Rugs Novelty Items Class 30. Toy or doll Class 31. Doll & doll clothes set Class 32. Doll clothes (min. 6 pieces) Class 33. Holiday theme Other than classified Class 34. Please specify LOT 3. WEAVING 1. Specify type of loom used 2. Specify if original design Personal Items or garments Class 35. Coat, shawl, poncho Class 36. Suit, dress Class 37. Muffler, scarf Class 38. Accessories Household Items Class 39. Afghan, bedspread Class 40. Tablecloth, runner Class 41. Placemats (set of 4) Class 42. Pillow, pillow top Class 43. Fabric yardage (2 yard min.) Class 44. Rug Other than classified Class 45. Please specify LOT 4. NEEDLEPOINT 1. Specify if original design Personal Items Class 46. Purse, glass case, accessories Household Items
37 Class 47. Pillow, pillow top Class 48. Wall hanging Novelty Item Class 49. Holiday theme Other than classified Class 50. Please specify LOT 5. EMBROIDERY 1. Specify type of embroidery used 2. Specify if stamped, kit, magazine pattern or original design Personal Items Class 51. Clothing decoration Household Items Class 52. Pillowcases (set of 2) Class 53. Tablecloth, dresser scarf Class 54. Placemats (set of 4) Class 55. Towel (min. of 3) Class 56. Picture, sampler, wall hanging Novelty Items Class 57. Holiday theme Other than classified Class 58. Please specify LOT 6. COUNTED THREAD TECHNIQUES 1. Specify type of technique used 2. Specify if original design Personal Items Class 59. Clothing decorations including baby items Household Items Class 60. Pillowcases (set of 2) Class 61. Towels (set of 2) Class 62. Picture, sampler, wall hanging Novelty Items Class 63. Holiday theme Other than classified Class 64. Please specify Class 65. Fair theme LOT 7 . TATTING AND LACE WORK 1. Specify the technique used 2. Specify if original design Personal Items Class 66. Clothing decoration Household Items
Class 67. Tablecloth, runner Class 68. Edging or insertion (12” min.)(3 different examples –mounted) Class 69. Dollies (max. 4, mounted) Novelty Items Class 70. Holiday theme Other than classified Class 71. Please specify LOT 8. HOOKED ITEMS Class 72. Rug Class 73. Wall hanging Class 74. Other (please specify)
FIBER ARTS DEPT 610 – OPEN 615 – YOUTH & FFA 1. Entry forms must be filled out – NOT MAILED – and brought to the fair when items are entered. 2. Limit of three (3) entries/class. 3. Identical items entered in same class will considered as 1 entry (set). 4. All work must have been completed since the last county fair by the exhibitor and not entered previously at the Klickitat County Fair. 5. Items disqualified if soiled, showing wear, to fragile to exhibit or otherwise unworthy of being judged. 6. All entriesmust bemade from natural fibers or a blend of at least 65% natural fibers. 7. Felted items must be hand or machine felted and placed in the proper category. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points LOT 1. SPINNING – HANDSPUN YARNS 1. Each exhibit must be 20 or more yards, made in a 2 yard skein. 2. Classes 1 – 9 100% same fiber dyed or undyed. Class 1. Wool – worsted Class 2. Wool – woolen Class 3. Mohair Class 4. Angora
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38 Class 5. Silk Class 6. Flax Class 7. Cotton Class 8. Other pure fiber Class 9. Novelty yarn Class 10. Alpaca or Llama Class 11. Alpaca/Llama, blend Class 12. Mohair blend Class 13. Dog hair, blend Class 14. Glitz, blend Class 15. Other – please specify LOT 2. WEAVING FROM HANDSPUN YARN 1. Specify the type of loom used 2. Specify if original design Class 16. Household item Class 17. Garment Class 18. Decorative item Class 19. Tapestry Class 20. Other – please specify LOT 3. PERSONAL ITEMS/GARMENTS KNITTED OR CROCHETED FROM HANDSPUN YARN OR NATURAL FIBER YARN Class 21. Sweater or coat Class 22. Vest Class 23. Muffler, scarf, shawl Class 24. Mittens or gloves Class 25. Slippers or socks Class 26. Hats or caps Class 27. Other – please specify Class 28. Household item (Afghan, pillow, etc.) Other than classified Class 29. Other – please specify LOT 4. HAND FELTED ITEMS – FROM YARNS OR ROVING
Class 30. Household items Class 31. Wearable items Class 32. Needle Felted items Class 33. Other – please specify LOT 5. HANDKNIT OR CROCHETED ITEMS FROM HANDSPUN OR NATURAL AND MACHINE FELTED Class 34. Household items Class 35. Wearable items Class 36. Other – please specify LOT 6. HOOKED ITEMS FROM HANDSPUN AND NATURAL FIBERS Class 36. Household items Class 37. Wearable items Class 38. Other – please specify
FINE ART (AMATEUR) DEPT 620 OPEN 625 – YOUTH & FFA TERRY THOMPSON
1. Entry forms must be filled out – NOT MAILED – and brought to the fair with the entry. 2. Age categories: LOT 1. OPEN: 19 YRS & OLDER. LOT 2. OPEN YOUTH & FFA: 13-18 YRS OLD LOT 3. OPEN YOUTH: UP TO 12 YRS OLD 3. Mark your entry tag: A – Amateur – paints for pleasure only and has little or no training in art. P - Professional – paints with primary intent of selling and/or has a diploma, certificate, degree of 3+ years in art school training or is teaching their art media. 4. No exhibit from previous years may be shown. 5. Entry must be original work of the exhibitor. 6. Exhibitor’s age must be on all exhibits in LOT 2 and LOT 3. 7. Art work must be secured in frames with wire, fastened to screw eyes or metal tabs made for the purpose. SAWTOOTH HANGERS OR EASEL FRAMES ARE NOT PERMITTED. For children’s art that is matted but not framed, use heavy tape with enough slack in wire or string to hang properly. EXCEPTION: LOT 3. 12 and under may have work matted and mounted to a backing to prevent buckling. Secure fastening for hanging.
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EXCEPTION: Deep Canvas (2 inches) with painted edges, use wire and screw eyes or flat hangers to hang. 8. Subject matter & hanging methods must meet standards of Fair board & Superintendent or it may be rejected. 9. Entries considered ORIGINAL must: 1. Be created by exhibitor 2. Be taken from own photo 3. Be accompanied by written permission shown at time of entry if using another’s copyrighted work or another’s photos. 10. Size of entry limited to 24” by 36”, excluding frame. 11. Limit of 4 entries/class or medium e.g. watercolor. 12. Each entry must be entered individually. 13. Photographing art exhibits prohibited except by permission of the Fine Arts Superintendent. 14. Due to space limitations, a limit of 4 (four) entries/person necessary. Entries may be made in any class (example – 2 in water color, 1 in oil, and 1 in acrylic for a total of 4/person.) PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White - 10 points LOT 1. OPEN – 19 YEARS & OLDER Class 1. Acrylic – transparent or opaque Class 2. Oil Class 3. Watercolor – transparent or opaque Class 4. Tempera Class 5. Pencil - color or black & grays Class 6. Charcoal Class 7. Pastels – chalk or oil Class 8. Pen and Ink – color or black inks Class 9. Mixed media Class 10. Crayon Class 11. Commercial Art – illustration or greeting cards Class 12. Printmaking – lithography, etching, intaglio LOT 2. OPEN YOUTH: 13-18 YRS OLD Class 13. Acrylic – transparent or opaque Class 14. Oil Class 15. Watercolor – transparent or opaque Class 16. Tempera Class 17. Pencil – color or black & grays Class 18. Charcoal Class 19. Pastels – chalk or oil Class 20. Pen and Ink – color or black inks Class 21. Mixed Media Class 22. Crayon Class 23. Commercial Art – illustration or greeting cards Class 24. Printmaking – lithography, etching, intaglio Class 25. Manga Art and Cartoons – youth, children only Class 26. School Classroom work – copies and posters
39 LOT 3. OPEN: CHILDREN UP TO 12 OLD Class 27. Acrylic – transparent or opaque Class 28. Oil Class 29. Watercolor – transparent or opaque Class 30. Tempera Class 31. Pencil – color or black & grays Class 32. Charcoal Class 33. Pastels – chalk or oil Class 34. Pen and Ink – color or black inks Class 35. Mixed Media Class 36. Crayon Class 37. Commercial Art – illustration or greeting cards Class 38. Printmaking – lithography, etching, intaglio Class 39. Manga Art and Cartoons – youth, children only Class 40. School Classroom work – copies and posters
PHOTOGRAPHY DEPT 630 – OPEN 635 – YOUTH & FFA
GENERAL RULES: Entry forms must be filled out – NOT MAILED – and brought to the fair with entries between NOON and 8 pm on Tuesday. 1. Photos must have been taken BY THE EXHIBITOR. 2. Entries judged within their age division – YOUTH or ADULT 3. Mark your tag: A – Amateur; ADV – Advanced; PC – Professional/Commercial. REFER TO OPEN CLASS RULES AND AWARDS FOR CLARIFICATION. 4. Photograph must have been taken in the past 24 months. 5. No Photograph which has previously entered at this fair may compete for a premium again. 6. Entrant may submit up to three (3) entries/class, in no more than five (5) classes for a total of 15 photos overall/entrant. Exception: ’Klickitat County’ and ‘Picture of the Fair’ - only one entry in each of these classes. 7. Entries shall be titled but the title may not be on the front of the picture. 8. The name of the exhibitor shall not be on the front or back of the picture or matte board. Name may only be on the tag provided by the fair.
9. Prints under glass and/or rigid frames will not be allowed. 10. Hanging tabs provided – Do not put on your own hanging tabs. 11. All entries must be mounted on matte board or foam core. Window matte boards are acceptable. 12. MIN. MATTE BOARD SIZE 8” x 10”. MIN. PRINT SIZE 5” x 7”. MAX. MATTE BOARD SIZE 16” x 20”. MAX. PRINT SIZE 16” x 20”. 13. Entries may be flush mounted but may be no smaller than 8” by 10 or larger than 16” by 20”. 14. All reasonable care taken to safeguard entries, but no responsibility taken for loss or damage. 15. Entries displayed as room permits. 16. Entries to be picked up 5 pm - 6 pm on Sunday of the fair. Entrants must have claim ticket to pick up their pictures. PREMIUMS: Blue - 20 points; Red - 15 points; White - 10 points LOT 1. ORIGINAL EXPOSURE (FILM OR DIGITAL) BLACK & WHITE Picture taken with film or digital that isn’t manipulated or enhanced; resizing allowed to meet requirement. Class 1. Plant Life – Flowers, trees, shrubs, fungi, etc. Class 2. Animal Life – Mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, insects, spiders, etc. Class 3. Landscape – Mountains, lakes, rivers, ocean views, twilight, sunsets, sunrises, fireworks, and after dark scenes. Class 4. People – Human Interest and Portraits.. Class 5. Design – Abstract or Still Life; Nature’s or man-made Designs. Class 6. Action or Sport: Sports may be organized or unorganized type. Class 7. General Interest – Architectural, industrial, mechanical, and any other which does not fall into other categories. Class 8. Experimental – Explain methods and purpose on the back of the picture. Class 9. Picture Story – Entry must contain 2 or more pictures arranged on one matte or poster board, not to exceed 16” by 20”, in a logical sequence to tell a story or record an event. Pictures may be snapshot size but may not exceed 8” by 10”. Class 10. Sequence – Pictures must be mounted on one poster board or matte board not to exceed 16” by 20”. Pictures must be taken immediately after each other –such as an egg falling or a calf being roped. Pictures may be snapshot size but may not exceed 8” by 10”. Class 11. Klickitat County – Only one/entrant. Picture judged on regular criteria and how well it depicts Klickitat County. Write shot location on back. Class 12. Picture of the Fair – Only one/entrant. Picture to be of previous year’s fair and judged on regular criteria and how well it depicts previous year’s fair.
Write shot location on the back. LOT 2. ORIGINAL EXPOSURE (FILM OR DIGITAL) - COLOR Class 13. Plant Life – Flowers, trees, shrubs, fungi, etc. Class 14. Animal Life – Mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, insects, spiders, etc. Class 15. Landscapes: Mountains, lakes, rivers, ocean views, twilight, sunsets, sunrises, fireworks, and after dark scenes. Class 16. People – Human interest & portraits. Class 17. Design – Abstract or Still Life: Nature’s or man-made design. Class 18. Action or Sport – Sports may be organized or unorganized type. Class 19. General Interest – Architectural, industrial, mechanical and any other which does not fall into above classes. Class 20. Experimental – Explain method and purpose on back of picture. Class 21. Picture Story – Entry must contain 2 or more pictures arranged on a matte or poster board, not to exceed 16” x 20”, in logical sequence to tell story or record an event. Photos may be snapshot size up to 8” x 10”. Class 22. Sequence – 2 or more pictures mounted on a poster or matte board not to exceed 16”x 20” Pictures must be taken immediately after each other such as an egg falling or calf being roped. Photos may be snapshot size up to max. of 8” x 10”. Class 23. Klickitat County – Only one/entrant. Picture judged on regular criteria and how well picture depicts Klickitat County. Write shot location on back. Class 24. Picture of the Fair – Only one/entrant. Picture to be of last year’s fair and judged on regular criteria and how well it depicts that year’s fair. Write shot location on back. LOT 3. MANIPULATED EXPOSURE (FILM OR DIGITAL) BLACK & WHITE Class 25. Plant Life – Flowers, trees,
shrubs, fungi, etc. Class 26. Animal Life – Mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, insects, spiders, etc. Class 27. Landscape – Mountains, lakes, rivers, ocean scenes, twilight, sunsets, sunrises, fireworks, and after dark scenes. Class 28. People – Human interest & portraits. Class 29. Design – Abstract or Still Life: Nature’s or man-made design. Class 30. Action or Sport – Sports may be organized or unorganized type. Class 31. General Interest – Architectural, industrial, mechanical and any other which does not fall into above classes. Experimental – Explain Class 32. method and purpose on the back of picture. Class 33. Picture Story – Entry must contain 2 or more pictures arranged on a matte or poster board, not to exceed 16” x 20”, in a logical sequence to tell a story or record an event. Photos may be snapshot size up to max. of 8” x 10”. Class 34. Sequence – Pictures must be mounted on a poster or matte board not to exceed 16” x 20”. Must be shot immediately after each other such as egg falling or a calf being roped. Photos may be snapshot size up to max of 8” x 10”. Class 35. Klickitat County – Only one/entrant. Picture judged on regular criteria and how well picture depicts Klickitat County. Write shot location on back. Class 36. Fair Photo – Only one/entrant. Photo to be of prior year fair and judged on regular criteria and how well it depicts that year’s fair. Write shot location on back. LOT 4. MANIPULATED EXPOSURE (FILM OR DIGITAL) COLOR Class 37. Plant Life – Flowers, trees, shrubs, fungi, etc. Class 38. Animal Life – Mammals, birds,
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40 fish, amphibians, insects, spiders, etc. Class 39. Landscapes – Mountains, rivers, lakes, ocean views, twilight, sunsets, sunrises, fireworks and after dark scenes. Class 40. People – Human interest and Portraits. Class 41. Design – Abstract or Still Life; Nature’s or man made design. Class 42. Action or Sport – Sport may be organized or unorganized. Class 43. General Interest – Architectural, industrial, mechanical, and any other which does not fall into another category. Class 44. Experimental – Explain method and purpose on photo back. Class 45. Picture Story – Must contain 2 or more pictures arranged on a matte or poster board, not to exceed 16” x 20”, in logical sequence to tell story or record an event. Photos may be snapshot size up to max. of 8” x 10”. Class 46. Sequence – Pictures must be mounted on a poster or matte board not to exceed 16” by 20”. Pictures must be taken immediately after each other such as an egg falling or a calf being roped. Pictures may be snapshot size but may not exceed 8” by 10”. Class 47. Klickitat County – ‘ONLY ONE/ENTRANT’ Picture judged on regular criteria and how well it depicts Klickitat County. On the back of the picture tell where the picture was taken. Class 48. Fair Photo – Only one/entrant. Photo to be of previous year’s fair and judged on regular criteria and how well it depicts that year’s fair. List location of shot on back.
CRAFTS, HOBBIES & CERAMICS DEPT 640 – OPEN; 645 – YOUTH & FFA
1. Entry forms must be filled out – NOT MAILED – and brought to the fair when your exhibits are entered. 2. Exhibitors should identify each exhibit as to LOT and Class before presenting the exhibit for entry. 3. All creative crafts must have been made by the exhibitor since last year’s fair. State whether print, copy or original design. 4. Lamps and light fixtures must be pro-
vided with shade and bulb. 5. Wall ornaments, plaques, posters and/or other hanging items must include hangers affixed to the back of the item. Include clothes hanger if item a garment and display hangers for items such as ornaments. 6. Limit of 3 (three) entries/class accepted, provided each entrees unique and different. They may not be the same type of craft entered under another class. Describe entries on entry forms and tags. Example: Necklace-Beaded blue/white ceramic. 7. Work from instruction and/or kits acceptable. Please specify “ORIGINAL DESIGN” on the entry form and tag in order to be eligible to be judged for a special ribbon. 8. Each item must be entered individually except collections. Department Superintendent may ask the exhibitor to assist in the set up. Every effort made to display collected items in their entirety. 9. LEGOS will not be accepted as crafts. They are a toy not a craft. PREMIUMS: Blue - 20 points; Red 15 points; White – 10 points LOT 1. FABRIC Class 1. Assembled Class 2. Covered Class 3. Hooked Class 4. Painted Class 5. Stenciled Class 6. Woven Class 7. Recycled Class 8. Other: Specify LOT. 2. GLASS Class 9. Assembled LOT 3. GLASS (Blown) Class 10. Decorated Class 11. Embellished Class 12. Stained Glass Class 13. Recycled Class 14. Other: Specify LOT 4. GRASSES & REEDS Class 15. Assembled Class 16. Embellished Class 17. Woven Class 18. Other: Specify LOT 5. LEATHER Class 19. Upholstered Class 20. Assembled Class 21. Covered Class 22. Embellished Class 23. Painted Class 24. Stamped Class 25. Other: Specify LOT 6. MIXED MEDIA Class 26. Assembled Class 27. Beaded Class 28. Collections Class 29. Embellished Class 30. Painted Class 31. Recycled Class 32. Other: Specify LOT 7 . PAPER Class 33. Decorative Class 34. Models
Class 35. Paper Mache Class 36. Scrap Book page (limit 2) Class 37. Sculptures Class 38. Recycled Class 39. Other: Specify LOT 8. PLASTIC Class 40. Assembled Class 41. Decorated Class 42. Hooked Class 43. Painted Class 44. Woven Class 45. Recycled Class 46. Other: Specify LOT 9. SHELLS Class 47. Assembled Class 48. Carved Class 49. Painted Class 50. Other: Specify LOT 10. STONES Class 51. Carved Class 52. Decoupaged Class 53. Embellished Class 54. Painted Class 55. Mosaic Class 56. Other: Specify LOT 11. WOOD Class 57. Assembled Class 58. Burned Design Class 59. Carved Class 60. Embellished Class 61. Painted Class 62. Whittled Class 63. Recycled Class 64. Other: Specify LOT 12. OTHER MEDIA Class 65. Creams/Salves Class 66. Feathers Class 67. Wax Class 68. Other: Specify LOT 13. MACRAME & KNOTS Class 69. All types: Specify LOT 14. CERAMICS Note: (Sgraffito (scraffito) is a technique either of wall décor, produced by applying layers of plaster tinted in contrasting colors to a moistured surface, or in ceramics, by applying to an unfired ceramic body two successive layers of contrasting slip; either of these scratched to produce an outline drawing.) Class 70. Greenware Adaption Specify: Craved, Textured, CutOut/Pieced, Greenware Adjustments, Greenware Combinations, Clay Lift, applied Decoration, Sgraffito, Other Class 71. Underglaze Specifty: Sponge, Brush, Air Brush, Sgraffito, Translucent, Opaque, Fire Stains, Finished w/Non-Fired Latex, China Paint Technique w/Translucent, Antiqued, Detail (Embossed), Underglaze Decoration, Specialized on Bisque, Other Class 72. Glaze Specify: Transparent/ Translucent,Crackle, Combinations (controlled) Antiqued, Controlled in Design, Majolica, Opaque, Metallic, Matte, Air Brush, Combinations (mingled), Artistic, Sgrafitto, Textured, Inlayed, Underglazed,
Crystal Type, Other Class 73. Overglaze Specify: China Paint on Blanks, China Paint on Hand-casted Figures, China Paint on Earthenware Cast, ChinaPaint on Commercial Figurines, Etching, Water-Based Overglaze, Enamel, Antiqued, Fired, Luster, Decals/Outline Decals, Air Brushed, Other Class 74. Unfired (Stains & Chalks) Specify: Opaque Stain, Metallics, Textured, Draped, Free Brush Design, Pearls, Translucent Stain, Stained Glass Finish, Dry Brush Opaque Stains, Antiqued w/Translucent Stain, Antiqued w/Opaque Stain, Pastel/Chalks, Stain/Glaze Combinations, Roughing, Air Brush, Applied Texture, Sand Painting, Gold Leaf, Decoupage, Other Class 75. Hand-Molded Specify: Wheel, Sculpture, Coil, Pinch Pot, Slab Work, Other Class 76. Porcelain Specify: Glaze, Clay Lift, Opaque Underglaze, Pastel/ Chalks, Paste (Bisque), Paste (Glazeware), Paste (Stainware), Paint/other Overglaze, Air Brush, Other Class 77. Stoneware Specify: Glazed, Decals, Brush Design, Non-fired Decoration, Oxide Stain, Air Brush, Stain and Glaze Combination, Overglaze, Other
BOOTH EXHIBITS DEPT 700 – OPEN 705 – YOUTH & FFA
1. ENTRY FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT AND POSTMARKED BY JUL 27th. NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED. 2. The exhibit must be sponsored by an organization. One person who shall be responsible to the Department Superintendent must be in charge of the exhibit. 3. BUILDING OPEN FOR BOOTH PLACEMENT ON SUN., AUG. 20, 2018, 1 PM TO 5 PM and MON., AUG. 21, 2018, 10 AM to 8 PM. BOOTHS MUST BE COMPLETED BY 8 PM MONDAY. 4. All booths judged on Danish or group award system. 5. Each booth should be developed according to the Fair Theme or central idea representative of the organization. SCORE CARD Originality/theme developmt 35 points Use of products representative of the organization 25 points Product quality 15 points Gen’l attractiveness 25 points TOTAL 100 points PREMIUMS: Blue - $40; Red - $30; White - $20 LOT 1. BOOTHS Class 1. Open Class 2. Youth and FFA
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42 FARM SHOP EXHIBITS DEPT. 800 – OPEN 805 – YOUTH & FFA
1. Items entered in this department must have been made during this past year. 2. Exhibit must be accompanied by 8 ½ “ by 11” poster explaining use, cost of materials and time involved. LOT 1. EXHIBITS MADE FROM WOOD Class 1. Exhibited value under $10
PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points Class 2. Exhibited value $10 to $100 PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points; Red 35 points; White 25 points Class 3. Exhibited value over $100 PREMIUMS: Blue 75 points; Red 50 points; White 35 points LOT 2. EXHIBITS MADE FROM METAL Class 4. Exhibited value less than $10 PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points Class 5. Exhibited value $10 to $100 PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points; Red 35 points; White 25 points Class 6. Exhibited value over $100 PREMIUMS: Blue 75 points; Red 50 points; White - 35 points
Class 3. Large Display FFA RECORD BOOK CONTEST DEPT 810
4-H DIVISION Betty Gauvin 493-1980 1. Entry forms must be filled out and brought to Vo-ag building rm 101. 2. Record books due at Vo-ag Building from 9-3 pm on Tue., Aug. 13, 2019. 3. Following criteria considered when judging book. INTRODUCTION INVENTORY/ LABOR RECORD IMPRVMT PJT NET WORTH ACTIVITIES OVERALL EFFORT
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(Legibility, correct spelling, grammar) 4. Direct questions concerning this contest to local FFA Advisor. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White - 10 points LOT 1. FFA RECORD BOOK Class 1. FFA Record Book
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1. Entry forms must be filled out and brought to Vo-ag building rm 101. 2. Posters due at Vo-ag Building from 93 pm on Tue., Aug. 13, 2019. 3. Displays may show any topic of an educational nature, relating to FFA projects, activity, programs or promotion. 4. All education exhibits must be readable from a distance of 10 feet. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White - 10 points LOT 1. POSTERS (14” by 22” minimum) Class 1. Posters LOT 2. MOBILES Class 2. Mobiles LOT 3. LARGE DISPLAYS (Reserve space with Department Superintendent)
Entry forms must be filled out and brought, not mailed, to Fair with entries. General Rules: 1. This Division for project work of members properly enrolled with WSU Extension in Klickitat County 4-H program as of May 1st of current year. No animals may be entered in this section, including hobbies such as fish, turtles, etc. 2. Members may exhibit in classes in which they are enrolled in the project area. 3. Separate entry form for each department must be completed and accompany your exhibit. All exhibits must be delivered to the 4-H Department from 12 noon to 8 pm, Tuesday, Aug 20, 2019. 4. General Rules for the Fair also apply to this division. 5. Information about 4-H projects available from the 4-H Superintendent, 4-H club leaders and the WSU Klickitat County Extension Office. 6. Blue ribbon exhibits in designated departments may qualify to go to State 4-H Fair. Qualified exhibitors must authorize shipment to State Fair or confirm participation at State Fair events with 4-H Superintendent by Sunday afternoon. 7. State Fair exhibitors should ask 4-H
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leaders for State 4-H Fair premium list and instructions. 8. Cloverbud 4-H members are 5-7 yrs old. They are encouraged to exhibit at the fair in appropriate projects as outlined in EMO758, Washington State 4-H Development Program policy. Each Cloverbud receives participation ribbon in all entries, emphazing learning, not competition. Participation ribbon premiums equivalent to blue ribbon points. AGE DIVISIONS: Cloverbud - 5-7 Juniors - 8-10 Intermediates - 11-13 Seniors -14-18 4-H DEPARTMENT SCHEDULE Tue, 12pm-8pm: All entries due Wed, 9:30am: Judging begins Thu, 9am-8pm: Exhibit Building open Fri, 9am-8pm: Exhibit Building open Sat, 9am-8pm: Exhibit Building open Sun, 9am-4pm: Exhibit Building open 1pm-4pm: State Fair sign-ups 4pm-6pm: Exhibit checkout CONTEST
“WELL-ROUNDED 4-Her” Contest Open to Juniors, Intermediates, and Seniors. *Awarded to 4-H member with a variety of skills in Still Life Exhibit project areas. This can only be received once within each age division. Rules: 1. The member must enter a designated number of exhibits (based on age division) in three (3) of the following seven (7) 4-H Department lots. 1. Clothing Construction (LOT 4 only) 2. Food Products – Baked 3. Food Products – Preserved 4. Expressive Arts – Needle Arts 5. Photography 6. Plant Science – Vegetable Gardening 7. Plant Science – Ornamental Gardening (Flowers) 2. The member must be enrolled in the project areas in which they are entering those exhibits. 3. The exhibits entered in the same department should not be duplicates. They must be of a different variety, pattern, product or type. 4. Members must enter a designated number of exhibits based on their age division. Juniors must enter 2 exhibits in each of 3 depts. for total 6 exhibits. Intermediates must enter 3 exhibits in each of 3 depts. for total 9 exhibits. Seniors must enter 4 exhibits in each of 3 departments for total 12 exhibits. 5. The member will enter each exhibit in
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43 the dept., class and lot as a regular entry, but will also indicate on entry sheet that it is to be considered for this “Well-Rounded 4-Her” Contest. 6. A member entering this contest must specify those classes to the 4-H Dept. Supt. at time of entry and cannot enter these items in any other contest. 7. WINNER DECIDED BY POINTS. The Premium Book states how many points al-
lowed for blue ribbons on each article entered. Points also awarded for Judge’s Choice and Top of Show ribbons. (Same value as blue ribbon points.) 8. In event of tie, red ribbons received considered along with blue ribbon points. If still tied, Superintendent will decide according to complexity and workmanship of articles entered. 9. AWARD: Rosette ribbon and award
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1. Record books due at 4-H Fairgrounds bldg 12 noon - 7 pm, Tue, Aug 13 2019. 2. Purpose: to judge technical aspects of the 4-H record book – accuracy, com-
pleteness, order, etc. 3. Open to all 4-H members. 4. Follow instructions printed inside the front cover of the record book. 5. Record book must be up to date for current year. 6. Ask your 4-H leader or contact the extension office about the Record Book Score Sheet for the Klickitat County Fair. LOT 1. RECORD BOOK
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DEPT 2 EDUCATIONAL DISPLAYS
1. All exhibits due at fairground 4-H bldg 12 noon - 7pm on Tue, Aug. 13, 2019. 2. Displays may show any topic of an educational nature, relating to 4-H projects, activity, programs or promotion. 3. All education exhibits must be readable from a distance of 10 feet. 4. All elements on posters and educa-
tional displays should be FIRMLY ATTACHED. 5. All educational displays/ posters should have the 4-H member’s name, club name and age division written on the back. 6. No copyrighted illustrations or cartoons may be used in educational displays or posters. 7. Educational displays evaluated using WSU publication, C0679E, Educational Display score card. 8. Junior, intermediate and senior blue ribbon winners are eligible to compete at State Fair. 9. The 4-H Name and Clover must be used appropriately. There must be a dash between the 4 and the H. The 4-H Clover must include the 18 U.S.C. 707. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points LOT 1. POSTERS (14” x 22” minimum) Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 2. MOBILES Class 5 Mobiles LOT 3. LARGE DISPLAYS (Reserve space with Dept Supt) Class 6 Large Displays
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2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book Tue, Aug 13, 2019 12 Noon - 7pm. 2. Contest rules are available from club leaders and from the County Extension Office. 3. Demonstration, including speeches, may be repeated at the Fair. 4. Junior, Intermediate and Senior blue ribbon winners are eligible to compete at the Washington State 4-H Fair. PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points, Red 30 points, White 20 points LOT 1. DEMONSTRATION Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 2. GROUP DEMONSTRATION Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior
DEPARTMENT 4 JUDGING CONTESTS PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points; Red 30 points; White 20 points Intermediate and Senior teams are eligible for State 4-H Fair. LOT 1. FOODS JUDGING - SELECTED AT FOODS ACTIVITY DAY Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 2. CLOTHING JUDGING -SELECTED AT CLOTHING ACTIVITY DAY Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 3. HORSE JUDGING -SELECTED AT 4-H HORSE ACTIVITY DAY Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 4. LIVESTOCK JUDGING No registration Required. Event time Sun, 10am. State qualifying contest in livestock arena. Each standard club may enter one or more members, open to 4-H and FFA members. Supt. will give contest instructions. No contestant permitted to inspect animals on fairgrounds prior to contest. While contest in progress, no conferring between contestants and anyone else except as directed by Superintendent. Any violation of this sufficient to bar offender from contest. Each contestant shall place classes of market hogs, sheep and beef cattle. Each contestant shall give one set of oral reasons. Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior
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DEPT 5 ADVENTURES IN FAMILY LIVING
Open to 4-H members enrolled in the Adventures in Family Living project. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points LOT 1. ADVENTURES IN FAMILY LIVING Class 1 Foods & Nutrition (Not Preserved Foods) Class 2 Sewing Class 3 Child Care Class 4 Home Environment a. All fabric items must have a permanently attached care label or a 3”x5” card with care instructions. b. Exhibits must have a 3”x5” card attached stating the exhibitor’s age, purpose of the exhibit, techniques and materials used in construction. LOT 2. THE SITTER Class 5 Sitter’s tool kit of play materials (5 or more items-3 of which must be homemade) Class 6 Homemade games Class 7 Homemade toys (puppets, stick horses, washable stuffed animals, etc.) Class 8 Child’s book with pages made of cloth Class 9 Any other items from Child Care project Each entry must attach 3”x5” card explaining entry, why selected, how it is used and a content list. Care label recommended for each item. DEPARTMENT 6 PERFORMING ARTS
Open to 4-H members enrolled in the Performing Arts Series PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points LOT 1. CLOWNING Class 1 Clowning LOT 2. PERFORMING ARTS
DEPARTMENT 7 CLOTHING
1. Open to members enrolled in a Clothing project. 2. Members may exhibit only in project in which they are enrolled. 3. All fabric items must have permanently attached care label or a 3”x5” card with care instructions. 4. Garments must be clean and pressed. 5. All children’s sleepwear infant through size 12 must be made of flame retardant fabric. PREMIUMS: Blue 50 points; Red 35 points; White 25 points Rosette for Best Construction in Junior, Intermediate and Senior classes for conventional and serger construction. LOT 1. CLOTHING ACTIVITY DAY CONSTRUCTION GARMENTS 1. Applies to placing received on garments modeled at Clothing Activity Day. 2. Garments must be exhibited at the Fair with ribbons attached to collect premium. Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 2. CLOTHING ACTIVITY DAY FASHION REVUE 1. Applies to placing received on garments modeled at Clothing Activity Day. 2. Garments must be exhibited at Fair with ribbons attached to collect premium. Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 3. CLOTHING ACTIVITY DAY – CREATIVE CONSUMER OF FASHION 1. Applies to placing received on garments modeled at Clothing Activity Day. 2. Garments must be exhibited at the Fair with ribbons attached to collect premium. Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 4. CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION 1. May enter up to FIVE (5) items/class. Class 5 Clothing & Personal Accessories Class 6 Household & Home or Room Décor – sewn Class 7 Non-sewn article: Embellished garments (Painted or dyed garments) Class 8 Educational display: card file,
notebook, three Dimensional (Made within curriculum guidelines) Class 9 Group entry: Clothing or textile project or display completed by 2 or more 4-H members. (Not at State Fair) Class 10 Pieced, Quilted Wearable Garment Class 11 Whole Cloth Quilt; Tied Hand or Machine Pieced Quilt; Tied Class 12 Whole Cloth Quilt ; Machine or Hand Quilted Class 13 Machine Pieced and/or Appliqued Quilt: Machine Quilted Class 14 Machine Pieced and/or Appliqued Quilt; Hand Quilted Class 15 Hand Pieced and/or Appliqued Quilt; Hand Quilted Class 16 Single separate (skirt, shorts, slacks, blouse, shirt, jumper, etc. Class 17 Coordinated separates (two or more garments constructed by exhibitor, such as skirt and blouse; pants, vest and shirt; jumper and blouse) Class 18 Daytime Dresses Class 19 Coat or Suit Class 20 Evening Wear Class 21 Nightwear Class 22 Costumes Class 23 Miscellaneous LOT 5. KNITTING AND CROCHETING Open to members enrolled in Knitting or Crocheting projects. Each exhibit must have 3x5” card attached to item with following information: 1. Name of exhibitor 2. Age of exhibitor 3 Title of project (i.e. Basic Knitting) 4 No. of years in project 5 Fiber content of thread or yarns 6 Care label PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points Class 24 Knitted Accessories, Decorative Items Class 25 Knitted Clothing Class 26 Knitted Afghans Class 27 Crocheted Accessories, Decorative Items Class 28 Crocheted Clothing Class 29 Crocheted Afghans DEPARTMENT 8 FOOD & NUTRITION
1. Open to 4-H members enrolled in a Foods Project. 2. All entries must demonstrate knowledge gained from projects 4-H member currently enrolled in. 3. Food exhibits are limited to products that
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46 do not require refrigeration. Most food that contains flour as a basic ingredient fits into this category. 4. Alcoholic products are not to be used in any food product exhibit. 5. Food products must be unquestionably safe to eat when they are judged. PREMIUMS (Classes 1-3): Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points (Classes 4-9): Blue 50 points; Red 35 points; White 25 points LOT 1. FOOD ACTIVITY DAY CONTESTS Class 1 Favorite Foods Class 2 Packed Lunch Class 3 Table Setting Class 4 Foods for All Occasions Class 5 Bread Baking Class 6 Food Preservation Class 7 Pacific Northwest Foods Class 8 Lunch on the Go Class 9 Quick to Fix Meals Class 10 Iron Chef Competition (Senior Age Division only)
DEPARTMENT 9 FOOD & NUTRITION EXHIBITS LOT 1 FOOD PRODUCTS, COOKED 1. Open to 4-H members enrolled in any Foods project. 2. Exhibit must include 3”x5” card with the recipe and an explanation of what was learned in preparation of the baked food. Put your name on the back of the card. 3. Include ¼ of a cake, ¼ of a loaf of bread, or ¼ of a pie/entry. Include 4 cookies, rolls, or buns/entry. Do not enter cream filled or chiffon pies, cream based or uncooked products. Exception: cream cheese frostings and glazes high in sugar content accepted for entry. 4. Entries may be made from a prepared mix or separate ingredients. Class 1 Quick Breads Class 2 Yeast Breads Class 3 Desserts Class 4 Nutritious Snacks Class 5 Any baked item featuring a
northwest agricultural product for flavor. LOT 2. FOOD PRODUCTS, PRESERVED 1. Exhibitors must be enrolled in Food Preservation 2. Exhibits must include a 3x5” card explaining what was learned preserving the food. If food jellied or pickled, include recipe. 3. Processing methods and times must follow current Washington State University and USDA recommendations. Jams and jellies need not be USDA recipes. All water bath canning must follow either USDA or Ball Blue Book recommendations. All pressure canning must follow USDA recommendations. Recipes and processing times listed by National Center for Home Food Preservation approved by USDA. Youth may find this information at their website uga.edu/hchfp/indexhhtml. Due to potential presence of e-coli and salmonella bacteria in raw meat, an Extension-approved recipe using precooked meats for drying available from county Extension office. Dried meats prepared using this accepted. 4. Deliver dried foods in plastic food stor-
age bags. Bags may be either self-sealing (zip lock) or be closed with a twist tie. After judging, the superintendent will transfer dried food products to display containers. Provide ¼ cup dried food product for exhibit and judging. Prepare a label, C0804 and attach to bag used to deliver food products. Only score sheet and ribbon returned at end of Fair. 5. All canned products must be exhibited in STANDARD canning jars, sealed with flat metal lids, and screw band rings. Rings should be included with the exhibit but must be able to be removed by the judge. Minimum jar size must be 8 oz. (one-half pint). 6. All canned exhibits must be labeled with C0803 (available from your Extension office). The label should be placed on the jar lid. Indicate on the label for canned tomatoes if citric acid or lemon juice had been added. Indicate “hot” or “raw” pack on canned food exhibit labels. 7. Products canned at higher altitudes will need additional processing time as described in food preservation publications. Fair judges will accept longer processing times if the words “adjusted for high altitude” appear in parenthesis after the time processed. 8. No two entries may be the same product, but several different foods may be entered in the same class. Class 6 Dried Foods Class 7 Canned Fruit Class 8 Pickles and Relishes Class 9 Jams, jellies, conserves and marmalades Class 10 Canned Vegetables Class 11 Canned meats, fish and poultry LOT 3. SMALL DISPLAYS 1. Open to 4-H members enrolled in any Foods project. Exhibits must include 3”x5” card with the recipe and explanation of what was learned in the preparation of the display. Information presented should be accurate, concise and easily read from a short distance (3 to 4 feet). Small displays must be less than 18” wide, 15”high and 12”deep. Put your name on the back of the card. Class 12 With Food Product Made by Exhibitor Class 13 Without Food Product Made by Exhibitor
DEPARTMENT 10 ARTS & CRAFTS
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1. Exhibitors limited to six items/class. 2. Exhibitors must be enrolled in 4-H Expressive Arts Project. 3. Recommended that all fabric items have a permanently attached care label. 4. Each entry must be accompanied by a 3”x5” card to explain what it is, where it can be used and why it was made. Include the technique of the craft, i.e., batik, copper tooling, leaded stained glass, textile, acrylic on velvet, glass beading, soap sculpture, oil painting, needle work, embroidery, etc. 5. Each fine arts item or any other exhibit intended to be displayed by hanging, must have hanging device securely attached. If hanging device missing/inadequate, exhibit may be dropped one ribbon placing. It may not be displayed. If exhibit does not require hanging, no need to attach hanging device 6. Entries must be 4-H project work. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points LOT 1. ITEMS MADE FROM KITS Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 2. DRAWING (Charcoal, pen and ink, pencil, other) Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 3. PAINTING (Watercolor, tempera, oil acrylic, encaustic, other) Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 4. PRINT MAKING (Relief, intaglio, lithograph, screen, other) Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 5. GENERAL MEDIA CRAFTS (Clay, glass, wood, fiber, metal, leather & other) Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 6. DECORATED CAKES (Made on a form or a cake) Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 7. NEEDLE ARTS (Stitchery, weaving, latch hook) Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 8. JEWELRY (All jewelry, regardless of craft method) Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 9. SCRAPBOOKS Class 1 Cloverbud
Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior DEPARTMENT 11 PHOTOGRAPHY
1. Entries limited to pictures taken during the current 4-H year. 2. A maximum of three entries allowed in each class. 3. Entries must be enlargements of black/white or color negatives or colored slides: 5”x7”, 8”x10”, 8”x12” or 5”x14”. Entries must be enlargements but no size limit specified. Laser or digital copies will not be accepted in this lot but in Class 9. 4. Entries must be firmly attached to matte, not poster, board. Min. matte margin for all photos 1” on all sides and max. margin 2.5”on all sides. All photos must be printed on photographic paper. Entries printed on paper, cardstock, etc. will not be accepted. Color enhancements and changes may not be made to original photo unless entered in LOT 5. Use dry mount tissue, photo glue, photo stickers or other suitable substitute to attach. Framed entries and non-mounted entries will not be accepted. Small flat hangers that are properly and securely attached to extend above edge of exhibit are acceptable. Poster board or sturdy paper must cover back of photo to protect it while hanging. 5. Attach completed WSU label C0890 to bottom of photo as instructed on the label. Please put your name on back of each exhibit-not on the back of the label or other attachment. Incomplete or missing label will result in loss or no more than one ribbon placing, at judge’s option. 6 Name the camera, type of film, exposure (f-stop and shutter speed), print made by who (exhibitor, friend or commercially) and year in project. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points Rosette for Top of Show in the Photography Department. LOT 1. 4-H PHOTOGRAPHY Class 1 Scenes Class 2 People Class 3 Animals Class 4 Action Class 5 Close up Class 6 Composition - : Special lighting (i.e. strobe, side, evening, back lighting time exposures, ect.) - must identify type of lighting on C0890 Class 7 Composition: Design Elements
47 (i.e. lines, shapes, patterns, textures special angels, contrast) – must identify the design element on C0890 Class 8 Composition: Abstract Class 9 Composition: Still Life (i.e. inanimate objects set up for photo) Class 10. Special Effects (Note special effects code C0890) Class 11. Flower/Nature Class 12. Building/ Architecture Class 13 Darkroom Skills Class 14. Any Subject/Miscellaneous LOT 2. 4-H PHOTO RECORD 1. One entry allowed/exhibitor. 2. Photo story includes up to 6 black/white or color pictures (each 3 ½”x5” or larger – up to 8”x12” or 5”x14”) that tell a story. 3. Include a title. Class 15 Photo Story LOT 3 4-H PHOTO ALBUM 1. One entry/exhibitor. 2. Enlargements not required in this class. 3. Digital photos are accepted in this. All photos submitted for one year do not have to be from the same type of camera. You can mix digital and regular film photos. Be sure to add a second photo label (C0890) if two or more cameras are used. 4. Albums/Portfolios should just be your best work for the current 4-H year. If you are adding to an old album, mark the current year. 4-H Photo Label (C0890) required. 5. Scrapbooks are to contain only photos taken by the exhibitor. 6. Entries judged on following criteria as in WS4HF/9.53.b: Correct Category 10%; Quality 30%; Composition/Creativity 45%; Presentation 15%. Class 16 First year in project album – 25 prints Class 17 Second year in project album – 30 new prints Class 18 Third year in project album – 35 new prints Class 19 Fourth year in project album – 40 new prints Class 20 Fifth year+ in project album – 50 new prints LOT 4. PHOTOJOURNALISM 1. One entry/class. 2. Digital photos accepted in this class provided all photos in the entry are from the same type of camera and printed using the same method. 3. All photos must be of a newsworthy nature. They must be captioned. Include information on who, what, where, when, and why in each caption. 4. Photos may be black/white or color. 5. Entries scored on the criteria as in WS$HF/9.54.b: Journalistic value – 55%; Quality of photo – 35% and Captioned correctly – 10%. Class 21 Photo – One enlargement: six 5”x7”, 8”x10”, 8”x12”, 4”x12” or 5”x14”; matted or mounted on white mat or poster board. Class 22 Story Board – Two to four pictures; any size, but total exhibit must not exceed 11”x14” mat or poster board
mounting; depicting a single newsworthy story. Class 23 Album – Minimum of 10 newsworthy photos; published and unpublished work of the exhibitor, with suggested cutlines; if published, include a copy of the publication. LOT 5. DIGITAL IMAGING 1. One entry/lot allowed in this class. 2. All finished pictures must be no smaller than 5”x7”, no larger than 8”x10”. 3. Black/white photos must be done with the gray scale. Color photos must be done with RGB or CMYK scale. 4. All exhibits must be printed on photographic paper; no copy paper exhibits accepted. 5. Recommended that digital captures be taken on “high” resolution. 6. Digital captures must be color corrected. 7. All images can be sandwiched/cut & paste; retouched/cloned; filters or any other special effects used. 8. Minimum printer output of 300 DPI or PPI should be used. 9. Original image must be part of the mounted display, on the front of the exhibit mat for comparison. 10. A typed index card must be part of the mounted display, on the front of the exhibit mat, explaining what was done to arrive at the final image. 4-H photography label C0890 must be attached as instructed on the label and filled out correctly. The original image, finished picture and index card should be mounted on a display board (poster board or other suitable mounting surface) no larger than 14”x22”. Do not use dry mount; it will destroy your print. Use spray adhesive or adhesive mount only. 11. Exhibits scored on following criteria as in WS$HF/9.54b: Quality of Image – 20%; Composition – 20%; Color Correction – 20%; Retouching – 10%; Cropping done correctly, if necessary – 10%; Mounting – 10%; Correct category and information cards – 10%. Class 24 Regular film and camera, black/white or color. (Digitally imaged by scanning, then enhanced or manipulated and printed by exhibitor.) Class 25 Digital capture, black/white or color. (Photo taken with a digital camera, then enhanced or manipulated and printed by exhibitor.) LOT 6. DIGITALLY RESTORED PHOTOS
1. The original photo may have been damaged in some manner; Judging is on how well exhibitor repaired the original photo.
48 2. Only one entry/exhibitor in this class. 3. All finished pictures must be no smaller than 5”x7” nor larger than 8”x10”. 4. Entry to include a 3”x5” card explaining how the photo restored and special techniques used. 5. Other printing requirements should follow LOT Digital Imaging. 6. An untouched copy of the original photo must accompany the entry. Class 26 Digitally Restored Photo – scanned photo taken by regular – not digital – camera. Original photo may have been taken by a person other than the exhibitor. The exhibitor will scan the item and then repair the photo using modern day digitizing techniques. LOT 7. 4-H PROMOTIONAL PHOTOS This class open to all Junior, Intermediate and Senior 4-H members. The photo must have been taken by the member. 1. Max. of two entries/ exhibitor. 2. All photos may be used in 4-H promotional materials, brochures, flyers, etc. 3. Refer to general photography rules for information on matting and framing. 4. All finished pictures must be no smaller than 5”x7” nor larger than 8”x10”. 5. Washington State 4-H reserves the right to retain possession of photos for 4H promotional purposes. Class 27 4-H Promotional Photos – Projects. Class 28 4-H Promotional Photos – Community Service Class 29 4-H promotional Photos – Activities/Events Class 30 4-H Promotional Photos – Leadership Development DEPARTMENT 12 PLANT SCIENCES
used for specimen blooms. No colored pop bottles with colored writing. 5. See EM2583 “Flower Arranging” for further details. 6. 4H youths participating in GROW FOR IT garden mentoring program eligible for additional recognition from program. Entries in this department should include notation on entry form/tag to be considered. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points; Red 15 points; White 10 points LOT 1. BASIC PLANT SCIENCE Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 2. VEGETABLE GARDENING • Specify vegetable • Specify fruit, nuts or nectarines • Specify herb, fresh Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 3. CONTAINER GARDENING Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 4. ORNAMENTAL GARDENING • Specify flower Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 5. LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT Class 1 Cloverbud Class 2 Junior Class 3 Intermediate Class 4 Senior LOT 6. ENTOMOLOGY
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ing 10 orders or Exhibit of the special activities of 1 insect Class 7 Third Year Entomology Insect collection preserved in plastic or insect collection mounted and named to family and order, 75 insects involving 10 orders Class 8 Fourth Year Entomology Exhibit showing control or management of insects or special collection of insects by economic importance, habitat, order, immature insects, foreign insects, etc. or apiary exhibit showing honey, beeswax or home crafted hives and/or supers. DEPT 13 OTHER 4-H PROJECT WORK
1. Members may exhibit in classes in which they are enrolled; no limit to number of entries/class, provided they are not identical. 2. Exceptions: Woodworking, one entry/class/exhibitor allowed. 3. All items entered must include 3x5” card explaining exhibit: what item is/its use, what was done/learned, publication title/page # where goals listed for project. PREMIUMS: Blue 20 points, Red 15 points, White 10 points LOT 1. VETERINARY SCIENCES
Class 1 Normal Animal Class 2 Animal Diseases Class 3 Immunology, Zoonoses & Public Health LOT 2. MONEY MANAGEMENT
1. Members may exhibit in lots in which they are enrolled. No limit to the number of entries/class as long as they are not identical. 2. See EB1103 “Selecting, Preparing and Judging Vegetables” or EB1610 “Suggestions for Vegetable Exhibits at Fairs” for further details. 3. Exhibitors must furnish own containers, which should be in proportion to the length of stem and size of bloom. 4. Clear, uncolored containers must be
The exhibits in entomology are open to members enrolled in entomology, garden, home grounds, environmental stewardship, dairy and livestock projects. 1. All insect exhibits must be labeled to give the order and common name of insects in the collection and scientific name to as many as possible. 2. All work, including labeling, should be that of the member. Class 5 First Year Entomology At least 3 items made for insect collecting or insect collection containing 25 insects, including at 5 orders. Class 6 Second Year Entomology Exhibit of life stages from egg to adult or insect collection mounted and named including order and family, 50 insects involv-
Class 4 Super Consumer Class 5 Consumers in Action Class 6 Consumer Encounters LOT 3. MECHANICAL SCIENCES 1. Aerospace Project intended for entries from 4-H Aerospace project curriculum. 2. Attach a 3”x5” card to the entry form telling what the item is, its use, what you did and what was learned from doing the project. Also list the publication title and
the page number where the goals are listed for this project. 3. Rockets will not be displayed with live engines. 4. If applicable, must include plan sheet or description of changes made from original kit. Also include either a photo from the rocket kit or the original instructions to make the rocket with the fair exhibit. Class 7 Aerospace - Bicycles/Small Engines projects, one entry/class/exhibitor allowed. Class 8 Any item or display from “Bicycle Adventures” Class 9 Small Engines – Any exhibit made by the member in the small engine project. Class 10 Model Rockets Made from Kits or Plans other than exhibitors. Class 11 Rocket Designed and Built by Exhibitor Class 12 Model Rockets Redesigned by Exhibitor. LOT 4. WOODWORKING 1. Woodworking, one entry/class/exhibitor allowed. 2. All items entered must include 3”x5” card telling about the exhibit: what the item is, its use, what you did, what was learned, the publication title and page number where the goals are listed for this project. Class 13 Any item from “Level 1: Measuring Up” Class 14 Any item from “Level 2: Making the Cut” Class 15 Any item from “Level 3: Nailing It Together” Class 16 Any item from “Level 4: Finishing Up” Class 17 Large, intricate, and/or difficult items Class 18 Any other wood science items LOT 5. ENVIRONMENTAL 1.Any iten or display fron 4-H projects. 2.Each exhibit must be properly labeled, mounted, identified, and classified where appropriate. 3.Itens not listed in the project material, but similar in subject matter, are encouraged and should be entered in the appropriate project. Class 19 Exploring your environment Class 20 Outdoor adventure’s Class 21 Discovery Class 22 Geology Class 23 Earth Savers 1. Any item or display related to 3 R’s: reduce, reuse, recycle. Class 24 Wind Energy Class 25 Water Resources Class 26 Forsetry Class 27 Sports Fishing – Any item or display from “Fishing for Adventure” Class 28 Challenge LOT 6. PEST MANAGEMENT Class 29 Bee keeping Class 30 Entomology Class 31 Weeds LOT 7. SOCIAL SCIENCES Class 32 Citizenship Class 33 International & Cross Cultural Class 34 The Stress Connection Class 35 Leadership
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LOT 8. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Thank You to those who are United in Service for the Protection of us All All items entered must include a 3x5” card explaining what item is, its use, what you did and what was learned. Class 36 Computer Technology: Items or display from “Computer Mysteries” LOT 9. GEOSPATIAL 1.Any item or display from “Exploring Space, Going Places” 4-H Curriculum. Class 37 Geospatial Class 38 LEGOtm Class 39 KINEXtm LOT 10. ROBOTICS
1. Any item or display from the Robotics project. Class 40. Robotics LOT 11. SHOOTING SPORTS 1. Targets not acceptable entries. Targets can be exhibited as part of educational exhibit. 2. Firearms not allowed as exhibits. 3. Three items maximum in each lot. Class 41 Any item or display from riflery project Class42 Any item or display from pistol project Class 43 Any item or display from shotgun project Class 44 – any item or display from the black powder/muzzle loading project Class 45 – any item or display from the archery project Class 46 – any item or display from the hunting project
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KLICKITAT COUNTY TEAM PENNING, BRANDING, RANCH SORTING & ROPING
KLICKITAT COUNTY TEAM PENNING, BRANDING, CUTTING & JACK DAVENPORT MEMORIAL
CHAIRPERSON: KANE THIELE CO-CHAIR: LONNIE MYERS SECRETARY: BRANDY MYERS (509)948-0369 KLICKITAT COUNTY TEAM PENNING KLICKITAT COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY FIRST GO: THU, AUG 22, 3:30 PM FINALS: THU, AUG 22, 8 PM Mail in entries only for all events. Mail completed entry form and fees to: Brandy Myers, 409 Hoctor Rd, Goldendale, WA 98620. Entries must be postmarked by July 26th. All team members must be listed for each team and full entry fee submitted with entry form. Failure to list all team members or to enclose full entry fee will result in the team not being able to compete. To confirm entries, contact Brandy Myers on Sunday, Aug 4, from 8 AM to 6 PM at 509-948-0369. There is no substitutions of team members with the exception of injury, illness or natural disaster. In cases that qualify for substitution, they are at the discretion of the grievance committee and need approval prior to competing. Participants must be Klickitat County residents at least ninety (90) days prior to fair. If participant has been a college student and parents are Klickitat County residents, they may participate in the fair as residents the same year following college. There must be three (3) entries for award qualification. Type of award is determined by the award committee. All contestants must wear a western hat, ASTM/SEI helmet or no hat, and a long-sleeved shirt with cuffs down and buttoned. In the event a contestant has a mishap during the event or a button
or snap is torn off or broken, this is not to be considered an infraction. Failure to wear western attire will result in disqualification. For safety reasons, western boots must be worn at all events. In all roping events, physically challenged and participants 50 years and older may tie hard and fast. The program is posted at the fair office and/or near starting gate. Results posted the day following competition by 1 pm at fair office. Pay-outs are not split; available at fair office following the rodeo. You may not approach the judge(s) at any time with a grievance. To do so will result in disqualification of the contestant and/or the team(s). GRIEVANCES: 1. A cowbell is hung on the fence for the team to ring. 2. When someone is flagged out, the Judge will communicate with the Announcer (via walky talky) why the team was flagged out. The Announcer will inform the Team and the crowd. 3. If you do not agree with the call, ring the bell to assemble the Grievance Committee. 4. A fee of $20 must be paid before the Committee will assemble. 5. All grievances must be filed before leaving the pen. Cattle for finals at all events chosen on basis of best cattle. The choosing of these cattle is the decision of the chairperson and committee. Order of the go for the finals shall be the reverse of the placing in the gorounds by the qualifying teams (longest time will go first). The number of teams taken to the finals is two (2) more teams than would qualify for the payoff. Twenty teams and under- four teams is taken to the finals. Twenty-one teams and over- 20% of the teams is taken to the finals. Payoff based on that the last team
placing will receive their entry fee amount according to a standard payoff. Sanctioned events governed by rules/bylaws of Klickitat County Fair and Jack Davenport Memorial Penning, Branding & Cutting Committees with Director present. ************************* TEAM PENNING THU, AUG. 22, 3:30 PM 3 PERSON TEAM ENTRY FEE $48/TEAM (INCLUDES OFC FEE) ENTER TWICE BUT MUST CHANGE AT LEAST ONE TEAM MEMBER TEAM PENNING RULES 1. Within a 90-second time limit, a team must cut out from the herd and pen three cattle with the assigned (same) legible identity number. A warning must be given the team working the cattle at 30 second prior to the final time being called. In the event the warning is not given, a rerun may be given at the request of the team. If the team requests and is granted a rerun, the cattle is settled and a rerun is given immediately using the same numbered cattle with a 45 second penalty. 2. A team will consist of three riders. If a rider dismounts, falls off or the horse falls, time continues. If a team member is obviously injured or a horse is injured, the judge or a team member can stop the penning and a no-time is called. The rider on the ground may catch his horse and continue to pen or can stand on the sideline while the other team members pen. He/she may not pen on foot. A no-time will also be called if a non-team member interferes with the loose horse. 3. A team may call time with only one or two assigned cattle penned. However, teams penning three cattle place higher than two, and two higher than one, regardless of time. 4. All cattle is bunched on the cattle side of the start line before time begins. The flag person will raise the flag to signal when the arena is ready. Once a team member crosses the start line, the team is immediately given their cattle penning number by the announcer. Riders are committed once they enter the arena. Any delay means disqualification. 5. To call for time after the cattle are penned, one rider must stand in the gate and raise a hand for the flag. The flag will drop when the nose of the first horse enters the gate and the rider calls for time. If the rider does not get his horse stopped by the time the
horse’s tail is even with the barrier, a penalty of 15 seconds is assessed by the judge. When your run has been completed, before you enter the pen to remove the cattle, you must be at a complete stop and be signaled by the judge to enter; if not, you will receive a 15- second penalty. In the event that any unpinned cattle are on the pen side of the arena when time is called, time will continue until they are removed and all team members are on the pen side of the arena. If an animal escapes from the pen after time is called, but before wrong numbered cattle are on the cattle side of the start/foul line, the team is given a no-time. 6. A team calling for time with any wrong numbered cattle in the pen is judged a no-time. If a wrong numbered animal is penned with the correct numbers, the cattle must all be removed from the pen to be separated and the correct numbers then returned and penned. 7. As each new team begins a run, there must be 15 to 30 head (at the chairperson’s decision) of cattle in the arena. If there should be more or less than three identical numbers within any herd, the team drawing that number must be given a rerun at the end of the total go-round. If, for any reason, a team does not show after the order of go has been drawn, their cattle number is drawn to avoid changing the order of go for the other contestants. 8. Contact with cattle by hands, hats, ropes, bats, romals, tapadores or any other equipment or apparatus is a disqualification. Teams exhibiting unnecessary roughness judged a no-time. No ropes in arena. 9. Once committed to the cattle, team completely responsible for its animals; judge’s decision if in his/her opinion, there is an injured or unsuitable animal in their number cattle. The number is pulled and team given new number. Once cattle worked, no excuses accepted. 10. If an animal leaves the arena, either over or through the wall barrier, the team can either be disqualified for unnecessary roughness, can be given a time on their remaining cattle, or be given a rerun, based on judge’s decision. If a rerun given, it must be given at the end of the total go-round. If more than one rerun given any go-round, they are taken in order of occurrence. 11. If more than four head of cattle brought across start/foul line, judged a no-time. 12. More cattle than are needed are brought back for penning finals.
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book 13. All team members must cross the foul line, unless on a lead-line. 14. The Judge’s call is final when the last member of the team leaves the pen. ************************* FAMILY TEAM PENNING 4 PERSON TEAM ENTRY FEE $24/TEAM (INCLUDES OFC FEE) ENTER TWICE BUT MUST CHANGE AT LEAST ONE TEAM MEMBER FAMILY PENNING RULES 1. All open penning and entry rules apply to family penning with following changes. 2. Two of teams’ four members must be 13 years or under in age at time of entry date. 3. Two-minute time limit. 4. Team members do not have to be related. 5. There are six (6) cattle in the arena. Team can pen any three (3) not necessarily numbered the same. Foul line is the same as the open penning. 6. All team members must cross the foul line, unless on a lead-line. ************************* OPEN TEAM BRANDING 3PM FRIDAY, FOLLOWED BY CENTURY 4 ON 2 FINALS FOR ALL THREE EVENTS 3 PERSON TEAM - ENTRY FEE $48/TEAM (INCLUDES OFC FEE). ENTER TWICE WITH AT LEAST ONE TEAM MEMBER CHANGED. SAME TWO ROPERS CANNOT ROPE TOGETHER IN SAME EVENT. OPEN BRANDING RULES 1. Team members include two ropers and one ground man who must rope and brand one head of cattle within a two (2) minute time limit. 2. The flag person will raise the flag to signal when the arena is ready. 3. Upon crossing the start line, the team is told the number of the animal to be roped and the designated branding area. Time starts when any member of the team crosses the start line. 4. Designated branding area is judge’s discretion, disqualification occurs when brand is placed in an undesignated area. 5. The header is allowed as many loops as needed within the time limit. There is two (2) legal head catches, half head and around the neck. Horn catches are illegal, loop must be released from the ropers hand to be a legal catch. Calf must be headed first and then heeled. 6. The heeler is allowed as many loops as needed within the time limit. Loop must be released from the ropers’
hand to be a legal catch. 7. The team is disqualified if either header or heeler loses contact with the rope. 8. The ground person may be called out to : (a) Release animal if wrong animal is roped, (b) removed rope if illegal head catch is made, or (c) help roper rebuild loop to continue roping. 9. Each time ground person is called out, roper cannot rope animal until the ground person has returned to the circle. 10. Ground person is released by the judge after animal is roped. Ropes is tight and horses faced. 11. Iron cannot leave circle until all feet are secure; if feet become unsecured, iron must be returned to the circle before securing the feet again. ************************* CENTURY BRANDING 3 PERSON TEAM ENTRY FEE IS $33/TEAM (INCLUDES OFC FEE) ENTER TWICE BUT MUST CHANGE AT LEAST ONE TEAM MEMBERSAME TWO ROPERS CANNOT ROPE TOGETHER IN THE SAME EVENT. CENTURY BRANDING RULES All team branding and entry rules apply to the century branding with the following changes: The ropers must be 50 years of age or older; ground person, any age. There is a two and a half (2.5) minute time limit. ************************* 4 ON 2 BRANDING 4 PERSON TEAM ENTRY FEE $48/TEAM (INCLUDES OFC FEE) ENTER TWICE BUT MUST CHANGE AT LEAST TWO TEAM MEMBERS. 4 ON 2 BRANDING RULES 1. All the team branding rules apply to the 4 on 2 branding with the following changes:
51 2. Two out of the four team members must be women 16 years or under or 65 or older in age. 3. The team must rope and legally brand two calves within a 3 ½ minutes time limit. 4. Only two calves is in the arena. Upon crossing the starting line the team is told the designated area to brand. The team may choose either calf to rope first; however, the designated area to brand applies to both calves. 5. After the first calf has been branded, the ropers and ground person must alternate positions to rope their second calf. 6. The brander must return the branding iron to the judge’s circle before the next calf can be roped. 7. Ground team is released by the judge after animal is roped. Ropes is tight and horses faced. 8. Each time a ground person is released from the judge’s circle, both are. Each time a ground person is called back to the circle, both are. ************************* LARRIE KNAGGS MEMORIAL RANCH SORTING KLICKITAT COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY CHAIRPERSON: DONEVA BROWN, COCHAIR: BONNIE BRADLEY
509 281-0536 MAIL COMPLETED ENTRY FORM & FULL ENTRY FEES TO:
Bonnie Bradley 391 Orchard Heights Rd Goldendale, WA 98620 Entries must be postmarked by Jul 26, 2019. 1. All team members must be listed and full entry fees accompany all entries - no exceptions. Incomplete entries will NOT be accepted. Confirm entries online, or contact Bonnie Bradley (509-250-1138) by Aug 12, 2019.
2. There are three classes for entry this year - Youth, Open and Pro-Novice. 3. Class prices $40/team in Open and Pro/Novice & Youth Classes. 4. High Point awards for male AND female combined high score. Must enter both Open and Pro/Novice classes to qualify. 5. Also High Point award for male AND female Over the Hill (60+) combined high score. Must enter both Open and Pro/Novice classes to qualify. 6. Youth Class include all riders who are up to 18 by the time the entries close. Youth may enter twice. 7. You may enter twice in each qualifying class (Youth, Open and ProNovice) if eligible, changing riders once each. Anyone can enter the open class. To be eligible for Pro-novice, novice rider must be 14 and under by the time entries close, OR any person who has not exceeded lifetime winnings of more than $500 in ANY cattle event, in or out of Klickitat County by date of entry. Pronovice teams may include two novice riders, a pro and a novice rider, BUT NOT TWO PRO-LEVEL RIDERS. 8. There is no substitutions of team members with the exception of injury, illness or natural disaster. 9. Participants must be county residents at least ninety (90) days prior to fair. If participant is a college student and parents are Klickitat county residents, they may participate in the fair as county residents the same year following graduation from college. 10. All contestants must wear a western hat (no baseball caps), ASTME/SEI helmet or no hat, with a long-sleeved shirt with cuffs down and buttoned. Failure to wear western attire will result in disqualification. For safety reasons, western boots must also be worn. 11. A list of all entries is posted on the bulletin board at fair office. 12. All competition will occur Saturday, Aug 17, 2019, starting at 10am with the finals held Wednesday, Aug 21
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KLICKITAT COUNTY — JACK DAVENPORT MEMORIAL TEAM PENNING & BRANDING ENTRY FORM
52 in the evening. The top 10 teams will be announced Saturday at the completion of the first go. RULES 1. A team consists of two riders as defined above in Youth, Open and ProNovice classes. 2. There is ten cows in the pen, numbered 0-9. There may be at least two cows with no numbers considered as blanks, not to be sorted through the gate into the other pen. 3. The foul/start line is a 12 foot opening between two round pens, each measuring 60 feet with 45 degree angles. The Sorting committee will oversee the setting up of the pens. 4. There is a 75-second time limit. 5. The cattle is bunched in the center of the arena on the back wall before the run begins. Cattle is sorted back and forth between pens, alternating starting sides. 6. Time begins when nose of first horse crosses start/foul line and judge drops flag. Designated starting cattle number is announced immediately after flag drops. 7. The team must sort cattle in numerical order beginning with designated starting number. A cow is considered sorted when it is completely across start/foul line. If any part of sorted cow re-crosses start/foul line, team is disqualified. If any part of a cow that is out of numerical sequence or a blank cow crosses start/foul line, the team is disqualified. 8. Unnecessary roughness to the cattle will result in disqualification judge’s decision final! Examples include, but not limited to stepping on hind legs, running into fence, running into hind legs, and running over. 9. Team sorting highest number of cattle in fastest times wins. 10. No approaching the judge at any time. Doing so will result in disqualification. 11. Coaching & spotting are encouraged during competition this year. Spectators and contestants encouraged to cheer each other on! 12. Grievances: a. Grievance committee is present during event. b. A cowbell is hung on the fence for the team to ring. c. Bell must be rung BEFORE team leaves the pen. d. A fee of $25 must be paid before committee assembles.
************************* KLICKITAT COUNTY TEAM ROPING BERNICE THIELE MEMORIAL KLICKITAT COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY KRISTIN CHAMBERS 773-5024 SAT, AUG 24, 8:30 AM TEAM ROPING FINALS FOLLOW
• Entry fees $26/man and $52/team, including $1 office charge/man each time you enter. • Entry forms/fees must be postmarked by Jul 26, 2019. Mail to: Kristin Chambers 584 Calvert Rd Goldendale, WA 98620 Make checks or money orders payable to KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR. 1. Standard team roping rules is in effect. 2. Roping open to KLICKITAT COUNTY RESIDENTS only. Participants must have been county residents at least 90 days prior to fair. If participants are college students whose parents are KC residents, they may participate as county residents the same year following their college graduation. A current local driver’s license is used to determine residency. 3. May enter the roping twice. 4. Pay-off is split two places in the first go-round and two places in the second go-round, paying $50/man for first and $25/man for second. 5. Average is paid 40-30-20-10 percent if over 25 teams. 6. Each team roping two steers will rope a third and final steer. 7. Second go will start ½ the number of teams down the list from start of first go-round. 8. One third of the total entry fees is taken out to pay stock charges. 9. Western attire must be worn in order to rope. Improper dress will result in a no-time. 10. If there is a dispute, a team must present their current driver’s license to the pay window to collect their winnings. If the person cannot produce a driver’s license that person forfeits winnings and entry fees. Kids may use their ASB cards if they do not have a driver’s license. 11. In case of dispute, a decision is made by a three-man review board consisting of Brad Cameron, Mike Thiele and Dale Thiele.
ENTRY FORMS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUL 26, 2019 MAKE CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO KLICKITAT COUNTRY FAIR ALL FEES MUST ACCOMPANY ENTRY FORM. *ENTER TWICE BUT MUST CHANGE ONE TEAM MEMBER FOR PENNING AND BRANDING TEAM PENNING - $48/TEAM FAMILY TEAM PENNING - $24/TEAM OPEN TEAM BRANDING - $48/TEAM CENTURY BRANDING – $ 33/TEAM
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Total Entries Mail entries to: Brandy Myers 307 Clyde Story Goldendale, WA 98620
Total Entry Fees $ Phone Number / Name of Contestant if there are any questions:
see ya at the rodeo, pardners! good luck!
2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book
KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR TEAM ROPING ENTRY FORM “BERNICE THIELE MEMORIAL”
ENTRY FORMS MUST BE POSTMARKED JUL 26, 2019
Entry fees must accompany your entry.
Let Us Entertain You at the Fair Music, Barn Dance, Dinosaurs, Magic!
MAKE CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO: KLICKITAT COUNTY FAIR ~ Enter Twice Only $26/man
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Mail Entries to: Kristin Chambers, 584 Calvert Rd., Goldendale, WA 98620
KLICKITAT COUNTY RANCH SORTING ENTRY FORMS MUST BE POSTMARKED JUL 26, 2019.
Make checks or money orders payable to Klickitat County Fair
Thursday: Elvis impersonator, 4pm (50s show) & 8pm (Vegas show) Jazz band during kick-off BBQ Saturday: Barn Dance with The Pony Boys (after Market Stock Sale) All 4 days: Dinosaurs (with
& Presto the Magician!
“Wontcha please pet me?”
All fees must accompany entry form. Enter 4 times in each class, changing partners once each. ENTRIES FOR ALL CLASSES ARE $20/MAN
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Mail Entries to: Bonnie Bradley, 391 Orchard Heights Rd, Goldendale, WA 98620
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Wishes everyone a wonderful time at the fair! Enjoy our beautiful Klickitat County while you’re here!
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KLICKITAT COUNTY CAMPING REGISTRATION FORM
Erika Beasley, Camping Committee, 101 Clyde Story Rd, Goldendale, WA 98620 | Erika Beasley 509-250-3146
**MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JULY 12, 2019**
RV CAMPING GUIDELINES 1. An adult (min. age 21) must stay in each camp site. Sites without adult supervision will be removed from grounds. 2. Your vehicle/camper/horse trailer/or visiting vehicle WILL BE TOWED with NO ATTEMPT TO CONTACT THE OWNER and AT THE OWNER’S EXPENSE if: It is parked in a fire lane, in a non-designated parking area, or in the wrong camping site there is no current parking pass displayed either on the dash or rearview mirror 3. NO LIVESTOCK IN THE CAMPING AREA. Dogs/pets not involved in the fair, with exception of service animals, must be kept contained at the campsite at all times. 4. One camping unit, two vehicles, tent (for extra charge) allowed per site. 5. Generators/excessive noise curfew 11 pm. Violators subject to expulsion from grounds and forfeiture of premium money. 6. Requests for adjacent/joint spaces must be made at registration. Relocations cannot be accommodated after spaces are assigned. 7. All Fees must be paid upon arrival the day of RV parking. DO NOT MAIL FEES. 8. The Fair Association & Klickitat County assumes no responsibility for damages or injuries. 9. Receipt of money and/or medical needs are not a guarantee of Electrical/Water sites. 10. Two camping parking permits provided with paid camping site, Camping fees do not include admission cost. 11. A minimum of 2 ADULT or 2 SENIOR SEASON TICKETS must be purchased along with camping fee. 12. RV Check-in, Sun, Aug 18, 10am – 4pm. No RV/Trailer permitted before 10am (exception: Fair Board/RV Committee). 13. Please visit www.klickitatcountyfair.com for further rules and regulations. REGISTRATION INFORMATION
NOTICE: An incomplete registration form will result in NO camping site!
NAME: _____________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ Cell Phone: City, ST, ZIP: ____________________________________________ RV Information: Length:______________ Width including Slide Outs____________ License # Adult Emergency Contact: _________________________________Phone Number: Would like to camp next to: __________________________________________ Exhibitor/ Fair Department/ Area of Participation
□ Electrical Hook-up Camp Site (if you had electrical in 2018, you WILL NOT be in hook-up lottery.) $ $88.00
□ Non-Electrical Hook-up Site: $60.00
□ Extra Tent (on same site) Total
SEASON TICKETS □ $10 (6-12 years old)
□ $16 (13-59 years old)
□ $12 (Seniors – 60+)
$ Total $
Season tickets NOT included with Camping Fees
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The Goldendale Sentinel presents its annual guide to the Klickitat County Fair, the 2019 Klickitat County Fair Premium Book.