2022 San Juan County Fair

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San Juan County Fair Association

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The San Juan County Fair Association a non-profit organization is proud to produce an annual community and family-oriented county fair.

Junior Livestock Sale. . . . . . . 3

Board of Directors: Kim Martinez (President); Billy Huish (Vice President); Lissa Currin (Secretary); Darrin Church (Treasurer); Robert Echols; Lucille Jones; Sadie Shelton; Christy Greenleaf; Davin Jacquez; Donald Hastings; Cliff Hadden; TJ Richards; Cody Hartsfield

Parade Information. . . . . . . . 3

Contact Us: San Juan County Fair Association PO Box 187, Farmington, NM 87499

Add-Ons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Buyers Lunch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 RV Parking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4-H Rodeo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Agriculture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8 Baking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Barnyard Olympics . . . . . 9-10 Beef. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

The Fair Board meets at 6:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at McGee Park, with the exception of August and September. All meetings are open to the public.

Rules and Regulations

Boy Scouts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12 Creative Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . 12-14 Decorated Cake. . . . . . . . . . . 15 Fine Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16 Food Preservation . . . . . . 16-17 Girl Scouts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

1. The San Juan County Fair Association or San Juan County will not be responsible for any accident of any nature, but every precaution will be taken for the safety of the public.

5. Board Members, Department Heads and Judges may not enter the department in which they are involved.

2. The Fair Association will use every precaution within its power for the preservation and safe keeping of all entries, but will not be responsible or accountable for loss or damage of said entry.

It will be considered a favor if visitors will report in writing any problems they may have had with any fair employee or concessionaire.

Junior Hobbies. . . . . . . . . 23-25

Harassment/Disruptive Behavior

Needlework. . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29

1. Harassment of local officials, Fair Board Directors, Department Heads, County Extension Agents or FFA Advisors by an exhibitor or family member will be grounds for disqualification of the exhibitor from the current and future San Juan County Fairs.

Outhouse Race. . . . . . . . . . . 30

3. All property of every character entered for competition or display or for any purpose, or being anywhere on the fairgrounds, shall be subject to the control of the Board of Directors, but in no case shall the Fair Association, Fair Board, San Juan County or any officials be held responsible for any loss, damage, or injury of any kind to any such property while the same is under their control or at any time or place. If property owners or others interested in the property desire protection against loss, damage or injury they must make their own arrangements. 4. All safety rules must be obeyed. The County Fire Code prohibits any parking within twenty feet of any building. Vehicles improperly parked will be towed at the owner’s expense.

Complaints

Goats, Market. . . . . . . . . . 18-20 Goats, Dairy. . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Lams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Costume Contest. . . . . . . . . 23

2. Loud, unruly, rude and disruptive behavior will result in being prohibited from exhibiting at future San Juan County Fairs. Exhibitors and family members are advised that any act of discourtesy, drunkenness, disorderly conduct, foul language, destroying other exhibitors or County or Fair property will disqualify the exhibitor and animals they are showing. Entry fees will be forfeited. Courteous behavior is expected from all exhibitors, family and friends. —2—

Hoarse Show. . . . . . . . . . . 25-27 Knowledge Bowl. . . . . . . . . . 27

Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Poultry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33 Quilting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-34 Rabbit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35 Rocks, Gems, and Minerals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35-36 Round Robin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Salsa Contest . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Scarecrow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Sewing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-39 Spinning and Weaving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-40 Stick horse Race. . . . . . . . . . 40 Swine Show. . . . . . . . . . . . 41-42


2022 Junior Livestock Sale Saturday, August 13 1:00 pm Memorial Coliseum The Jr. Livestock Sale contains 119 sale slots with the number of animals sold being: Beef - 25 Lambs - 36 Swine - 36 Chickens -2 pens Turkey- 2 pens Rabbits - 2 pens Goats - 16

Buyers Lunch

Top Sale Weights are: Beef -1300 lbs. Lambs -150 lbs. Swine -260 lbs. Goats -120 lbs.

Board Member: Sadie Shelton & Lucille Jones Saturday, August 13 11 am – 12:30 pm Memorial Coliseum Patio

If an animals’ weight is greater than the top sale weight, buyers will only pay the top sale weight amount.

The Buyers Luncheon is an opportunity for previous and potential buyers to meet the exhibitors of the Jr. Livestock Sale before the auction.

Purchased animals can be donated to local charities. An exhibitor or the exhibitor’s family cannot repurchase animals from the buyer or exchange for another animal.

Buyers will be registered for the sale when they arrive at the luncheon and will enjoy a great lunch served by the exhibitors. There will be designated Buyers Parking located behind the Multi-Use Building for buyers with a parking pass.

Add-On Program If you or your business would like to support the exhibitors of the fair, but do not wish to purchase an animal. The Add-On Program is a great way to show your support and help exhibitors with projects in the future or their college fund.

Hope to see you at the Buyers Luncheon and the Jr. Livestock Sale!!

An Add-On is any amount of money designated to an exhibitor of the fair regardless if they made the Jr. Livestock sale or not. If you have questions or concerns regarding the Junior Livestock Sale or Add-On Program please contact Darrin Church at 566-4903.

Fair Parade Friday, August 5 6:00 p.m. Downtown Farmington Board Member: Sadie Shelton- 947-5823 Theme: Red, White & Blue in 22 Line Up: Begins at 4:30 pm at Butler & Main (dirt lot). Entries will be accepted until the parade begins. It

is recommended that you pre-enter. Entry forms are available by visiting www. sanjuancountyfair.net Judging will be done during the parade. Divisions and Awards: • 4-H/FFA Float - 1st $50, 2nd $40, 3rd $30 • Bicycle Group - 1st $25 • Bicycle Single - 1st $25 • Clown Group/Single - 1st $25 • Commercial Entry - Plaque —3—

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Fire Vehicle - Plaque Hitched Horse - 1st $25 Horseback Group - 1st $25 Horseback Individual - 1st $25 Marching Group - 1st $25 Matched Riders (pair) 1st $25 Non-Profit Float - Plaque Performing Group - 1st $25 School Band - 1st $100 Scout Troop - 1st $25 Vehicle Group - 1st $25 Vehicle, Most Outstanding Plaque


RV Parking Board Members: TJ Richards 860-4170

not be allowed in the RV area, unless special circumstances warrant parking, and this is Deadline: July 15 cleared by the Department Head. Any stock Parking Fee: $50 trailers left in RV parking will be removed and placed in RV #3 & #4 where stock trailer parking Mail Checks to: San Juan County Fair RV Parking is allowed. PO Box 187, Farmington, NM 87499 6. Septic pumping will be available at a nominal fee to the RV owner. RV parking fees postmarked or paid after July 15 7. All vehicles in the RV parking area must have a will have spaces assigned as available. gate pass affixed to the windshield or they will be Failure to obey rules will result in you being asked to leave the area and park in the general asked to remove your RV from the Fairgrounds. parking lot. Exclusions will be Honorary Lifetime San Juan County and the San Juan County Fair Passes which should be placed on the dash. Association will not be responsible for accident or 8. Loud, unruly, rude, and disruptive behavior damages. is prohibited. Exhibitors and family members and their friends are advised that any act of RULES: 1. The is no discount for one night, the full amount discourtesy, drunkenness, disorderly conduct, foul language, destroying county, fair, or other will be charged. exhibitor’s property is prohibited. The speed 2. Vendors will need to contact the Board limit in the RV Park is 5 mph. Speeding in the Members for space assignment. park or the fairgrounds is prohibited. Violations 3. Campers will be allowed to move in Thursday before the fair. All campers must be removed by of these policies will result in the gate passes for the exhibitor being revoked, and the RV being 3:00 on the ending Sunday. removed from the fair grounds. Courteous 4. Electricity and water will be provided. No behavior is expected from all exhibitors, family, generators will be allowed. and friends. 5. Stock trailers without living quarters will

4-H Rodeo August 10 & 11 6:30 pm Memorial Coliseum

Entry forms are available on San Juan County Extension Office website.

Insurance, waiver, and rodeo code of conduct must be on file with SJC Extension ofc.

Fairboard member: Christi Greenleaf

All events will adhere to New Mexico State 4-H Rodeo Rule book.

Completed first aid training

Entry deadline: postmarked by August 1, 2022 Mail entries to: Kathy Mueller 2304 E. Blanco Blvd. Bloomfield, NM 87413

Rodeo eligibility checklist: •

Contestant must be a San Juan County 4-H member and enrolled in the rodeo project

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SJC Fair 4-H Rodeo is the last point rodeo of the current 4-H rodeo season.


Agriculture Board Member: Lucille Jones Department Head: Mrs. Norma Easley, 325-9450 Entries Accepted: Saturday August 6, 10:00am-6:30pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 14, 10:00am-2:00pm Division 1; Pre-Junior 10 and under Division 2; Junior 11-20 Division 3; Senior, 21 and over 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots maybe set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per lot. All entries must be clean on a plate or ready to hang. All corn in class 5 must be shucked and clean. Exhibitor should know type and variety of each entry. Cross varieties or un-known varieties will only be entered in unusual category. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of show Rosettes will be awarded in all divisions. Cash premiums will be awarded to Divisions 1 & 2 as follows: First $3.00, Second $2.00 & Third $1.00. 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board or San Juan County employees will not be responsible for items left after closing. Class 1 Farm & Garden Collection of five or more different products grown in the exhibitor’s current garden. Quantity of each should be at least half the amount required for a single entry. Exhibit will be judged on quality of products, number of varieties and arrangement (neatness, attractiveness, fair theme and originality). All basket and booth displays must be grown and created by the exhibitor. Division 1 & 2 premiums (Booth display) First place $30.00 Second Place $20.00 Third Place $10.00

Division 1 & 2 premiums (Basket or Bowl Display) First Place $15.00 Second Place $10.00 Third Place $5.00

Division 3 premiums (Booth display) First place $50.00 Second Place $40.00 Third Place $30.00

Division 3 premiums (Basket or Bowl Display) First place $30.00 Second Place $20.00 Third Place $10.00

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Agriculture (continued) Lot # Name 1 Division 1 a. booth display b. basket/bowl 2 Division 2 a. Booth display b. Basket/bowl 3. Division 3 a. Booth display b. Basket/bowl Class 2 Grains & Seeds (Each sample to be one gallon) Lot # Name 1. Barley 2. Beans, any variety 3. Corn a. White dent b. Yellow dent c. Any other variety 4. Oats 5. Peanuts 6. Rye 7. Wheat 8. Sunflower (2 heads) Class 3 Grass & Forage (Each exhibit must be a standard commercial bale or sheaf.) Lot # Name 1. Alfalfa, bale 2. Grass mix, bale 3. Alfalfa/Grass mix, bale 4. Any other hay, bale 5. Barley 6. Clover 7. Oats 8. Rye 9. Wheat 10. Corn Class 4 Edible Kitchen Herbs Entry must be from the exhibitor’s current herb garden. Fresh; 2-3 sprig samples in clean bottle, soup style can or pint sized canning jar. Lot # Name 1. Basil

a. Sweet/Italian b. Purple c. Lemon d. Thai e. Any other 2. Chives a. Common b. Garlic c. Any other 3. Cilantro 4. Chervil 5. Dill 6. Marjoram 7. Mint a. Apple b. Chocolate c. Lemon d. Lime e. Peppermint f. Pineapple g. Spearmint h. Any other 8. Oregano a. Greek b. Italian c. Mexican 9. Parsley 10. Rosemary 11. Sage 12. Tarragon 13. Thyme Class 5 Vegetable 1. Beans, (12 pods) a. dry (1qt) b. pinto c. snap, green d. snap, purple e. wax yellow f. any other 2. Beets (3) a. Red b. Yellow c. Any other 3. Broccoli (3 heads) 4. Brussel Sprouts (6) 5. Cabbage (1) a. Green b. Red c. Flat 6. Carrots (6) a. Commercial b. Yellow —6—

c. Purple d. Any other 7. Cauliflower (2 heads) 8. Corn (5 ears, must be shucked and clean) a. Sweet, white b. Sweet, yellow c. Blue d. Mixed, Indian e. Red f. Popcorn, yellow g. Popcorn, red h. Popcorn mixed i. Any other 9. Cucumber (3) a. Burpless b. Lemon c. Slicing d. Pickling e. Any other 10. Eggplant (3) a. Italian, purple b. Oriental, green c. Oriental, white d. Oriental, purple e. Italian, White f. Any other 11. Melon (1) a. Cantaloupe b. Casaba c. Honey dew d. Any other 12. Okra (8) a. Green b. Purple 13. Onion (3, trimmed and cleaned) a. Red b. White c. Yellow d. Shallots e. Green f. Any other 14. Parsnips (8) 15. Peas (12 pods) a. Black-eyed b. Black-eyed dry (1qt) c. Green/English d. Oriental 16. Peppers, Bell (3) a. Green b. Red c. Orange


Agriculture (continued) d. Yellow e. Purple f. Chocolate g. Any other 17. Peppers, hot (10) a. Cayenne b. Habanero c. Jalapeno d. Kung-Pao e. Santa Fe yellow f. Serrano g. Tabasco h. Any other 18. Peppers, Standard (6) a. Cherry, green b. Cherry, red c. Chili, green d. Chili, red e. Poblano f. Banana g. Any other 19. Potato (5) a. Blue b. Irish red c. Irish White d. Russet e. Sweet f. Any other 20.Pumpkin (1) a. Field b. Halloween c. Pie d. White e. Ornamental f. Any other 21. Radishes (8) a. Red b. White c. Any other 22. Squash, summer variety (3) a. Yellow, crook neck b. Yellow, straight neck c. Patty pan, white d. Patty pan, yellow e. Patty pan, any other f. Zucchini, green g. Zucchini, round h. Zucchini, yellow i. Any other 23. Squash, winter variety small (2) a. Acorn, Carnival b. Acorn, Green

c. Acorn, White d. Acorn, any other e. Butternut f. Spaghetti g. Any other, winter small 24.Squash, winter variety large (1) a. Banana b. Hubbard c. Any other 25. Tomato (5) a. Cherry, red b. Cherry, yellow c. Cherry, grape d. Commercial, red e. Commercial, green f. Commercial, yellow g. Commercial, any other h. Heirloom, red i. Heirloom, green j. Heirloom, yellow k. Heirloom, any other l. Pear, red m. Pear, yellow 26. Turnip (3) 27. Watermelon (1) a. Long type b. Round type, large c. Round type, sugar d. Any other Class 6 Garden Greens Lot # Name 1. 2. Collards (6) 3. Fennel (2 bulbs w/tops) 4. Kale (1 bunch) 5. Leeks (6) 6. Lettuce 7. Mustard (6) 8. Rhubarb (6) 9. Swiss Chard (6) Class 7 Fruit Lot # Name 1. Apples (5) a. Crab Apple b. Golden delicious c. Red delicious d. Jonathan e. Rome f. Winesap g. Any other variety —7—

2. Berries (12) a. Blackberries b. Boysenberries c. Choke cherries d. Currants e. Raspberries f. Strawberries g. Any other variety 3. Grapes (3 bunches) a. Concord b. Pink c. Red d. White e. Any other, seeded variety f. Any other, seedless variety g. Any other, wine variety h. Any other variety 4. Nectarines (5) 5. Peaches (5) a. Elberta b. Hale c. Yellow Clingstone d. Any other variety 6. Pears (5) a. Bartlett b. DeAnjou c. Japanese d. Lincoln e. Any other Variety 7. Plums (5) a. Purple b. Red c. White d. Any other variety 8. Any Other Fruit Class 8 Largest Entry shall consist of (1) type of any variety fruit or vegetable. Lot # to be determined by Superintendent. Class 9 Honey Lot # Name 1. Honey Comb (1 lb) 2. Honey, strained (1 qt) Class 10 Chili Ristra Must have been made since the 2009 San Juan County Fair. Must be clean and ready to hang. Best of show will be awarded a Rosette and $50.00 premium.


Agriculture (continued) Lot # Name 1. Under 24” 2. Over 24” 3. Special shape 4. Mixed Class 11 Decorated or Unusual Vegetable Must have been made/grown since the 2015 San Juan County Fair. Lot # Name 1. Natural (Straight from garden) 2. Hand Painted

a. Squash b. Pumpkin c. Gourd d. Any other 3. Character 4. San Juan County Fair Theme a. Squash b. Pumpkin c. Gourd d. Any other Class 12 Gourd (3) 1. Lot # to be determined by Superintendent.

Baking Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6, 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 14, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Convention Center Board Member: Lissa Currin 505-419-0971 Department Staff: Sherry Ashcroft 360-2684 Divisions Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division 4 Division 5

10 and under 11 to 20 21 to 50 41 to 60 61 and over

1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per

lot. All entries must be shown on sturdy white paper or foam plates. Please cover all entries.

5. Chocolate Chip 6. Chocolate Drop 7. Coconut Macaroon 8. Favorite Christmas 3. Judges are instructed not to 9. Fruit Bars award premiums unless the 10. Filled article is deemed worth of merit. 11. Gingerbread Boy First through Sixth place ribbons 12. Gingersnaps will be awarded. Champion 13. Ice Box Baker plaques and a $25.00 cash 14. No-bake premium will be awarded in 15. Oatmeal each division. Divisions 1 & 2 will 16. Peanut Butter also receive the following cash 17. Snickerdoodle premiums: First $3.00, Second 18. Sugar, iced $2.00 and Third $1.00 19. Sugar, rolled UN-iced 20. Any other cookie 4. All baking will be cut as part of judging. Class 2 Candy (6 pieces) 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Class 1 Cookies (6 of each) Lot # Name 1. Apple Sauce 2. Biscochitos 3. Brownies 4. Butterscotch Chip —8—

Lot # Name 1. Bark 2. Caramels, wrapped 3. Dipped Caramels 4. Dipped Creams 5. Divinity 6. English Toffee 7. Fudge, Carmel 8. Fudge, Chocolate 9. Fudge, Peanut Butter 10. Molded Candy 11. Peanut Brittle 12. Peanut Butter Cups 13. Pecan Rolls 14. Pink Peanut Patty


Baking (continued) 15. 16. 17. 18.

Pralines Truffles Turtles Any other candy

Class 3 Yeast Bread (loaf 1 & rolls 4) Lot # Name 1. Cheese/Chili 2. Cinnamon Roll 3. Cloverleaf Roll 4. Crescent Roll 5. Dinner Roll 6. Hamburger Bun 7. Oatmeal 8. Raisin/Cinnamon 9. Rye 10. Sourdough 11. Wheat 12. White 13. Any other yeast bread Class 4 Quick Bread Lot # Name 1. Banana 2. Coffee Cake 3. Date 4. Fruit 5. Lemon 6. Pumpkin 7. Tortilla 8. Zucchini 9. Any other quick bread Class 5 Miscellaneous Bread (4 of each)

Lot # Name 1. Biscuit 2. Cornbread 3. Cornbread, Jalapeno 4. Muffin 5. Muffin, Blueberry 6. Muffin, Bran 7. Any other misc. bread Class 6 Machine Bread Lot # Name 1. Fruit 2. Raisin/Cinnamon 3. White 4. Whole Wheat 5. Any other Class 7 Pies Lot # Name 1. Apple 2. Blueberry 3. Cherry 4. Chocolate 5. Coconut Cream 6. Dutch Apple 7. Lemon Meringue 8. Peach 9. Pecan 10. Pumpkin 11. Rhubarb 12. Any other cream 13. Any other fruit Class 8 Iced Cakes Lot # Name 1. Buttercream 2. Chocolate

3. Fluffy White 4. Other Class 9 UnIced Cakes Lot # Name 1. Chocolate 2. White 3. Spice 4. Carrot 5. Lemon 6. Any Other Class 10 Other Lot # Name 1. Cheesecake 2. Cobbler Class 11 Holiday Corner A. Christmas B. Easter C. Thanksgiving D. Valentines Day E. Any Other Lot # Name 1. Bread (1) 2. Cake (1) 3. Candy (6) 4. Cookie (6) 5. Any Other Class 12 Favorite Recipe This may start form a mix but must have other added ingredients. This is a baked entry. Exhibitors may enter more that one item in this class.

Barnyard Olympics Monday, August 8 1:00 p.m. Memorial Coliseum Board Member: Donald Hastings Department Head: Amy Hadden Rules & Regulations 1. Anyone within the age divisions may enter. 2. Contestants must register 15 minutes before the event starts.

3. Event will be held in the Coliseum. 4. Different events for each age group. 5. Age groups14 to open will require teams of 4 to enter. 6. You may register before the fair by going to www.sanjuancountyfair.net under Barnyard Olympics Entry Forms and fill it out and bring it with you on the day of the event.

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Barnyard Olympics (continued) AGE DIVISION: 4-7 Years Old Class 1- Egg Gathering Contestants will gather eggs with tongs and put them in a basket provided and race to the finish line. Class 2– Horse Stall Cleaning Contestants will put balloons into wheel barrow and race to cross the finish line. Class 3- Stick Horse Barrel Race Contestants will barrel race with a stick horse for the fastest time to win. AGE DIVISION: 8-13 Years Old Class 1- Duck Egg Obstacle Course Contestants will race with card board duck feet and plastic spoon held in their mouth with the egg. The first to make it through the obstacle course and cross the finish line without breaking the egg wins. Class 2- Dizzy Roping Contestants will spin 15 times, then try to rope the dummy for the fastest time to win. Class 3- Hay Bale Racing Each contestant will flip a hay bale to the finish line. First to cross wins.

Class 4 – Fence Post Driving First contestant to bury post wins. AGE DIVISION: 14 & Over (Team of 4) Class 1- Drag Tractor Race Teams will have one team mate to steer. The other team members will pull the tractor, first to cross the finish line wins. Class 2- Wheel Barrel Race Team will have two sets to run barrels. One team member will be in the wheelbarrow as the other team member pushes. When the first set crosses the line, the second set will then start. The team with the best time wins. Class 3 Cedar Post Tossing Each team member will toss their cedar post to add up to an accumulated total win. Class 4 Dizzy Roping Team will choose a team member to spin 20 times and attend to rope a dummy. First to complete wins. GAMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO NUMBERS OF PARTICIPANTS

Beef Show Day: Thursday, August 11 10 am (Heifer Show, Steer Show 15 minutes following Heifer Show) Beef Barn

Division 2 Junior Breeding Beef Rules: Individual breed classes with fewer than three (3) entries may be combined at the Department Heads discretion, as per rule H of the Junior Livestock Rules.

Board Member: Robert Echols 330-3521 Superintendent: Lenna Echols, 330-3527

Heifers Breeding Beef Premiums: First $20 Check In: Sunday, August 11, 7 am to Noon Second $18 Equipment may be moved in Saturday, August 10, Third $16 from 9 am to 3 pm Division 3 San Juan County Bred Show Check Out: Sunday, August 18, 7 am to Noon Board Members: Cliff Hadden 427-8841 Weigh In: Sunday, August 11, at 6 pm in the Beef & Davin Jacquez 619-888-3722 Barn Division 1 Junior Market Beef Rules: Refer to Junior Livestock Rules and General Rules

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Boy Scouts Entries Accepted: Saturday August 6, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 14, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building

16 Drawing 17 Paper Bag Costume 18 Native American Item/Model 19 Leather Work Class 2 Wolf

Lot # Description 1 Achievement 5 Wood Projects 2 Achievement 3a Make a Chart of Healthy Living 3 Achievement 6b Collections 1. Open to all BSA Scouts in San Juan County 4 Achievement 8a Food Pyramid 2. All entries in this department will be entered 5 Achievement 8b Food Planning free of charge. The person who receives the 6 Achievement 10b Make a Game exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be 7 Elective 2 Paper Bag Mask set up at the discretion of the department head if 8 Elective 5 Homemade Kites there is sufficient competition. 9 Elective 5 Models 3. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor 10 Elective 6 Books Covers and must have not been entered in a previous 11 Elective 10 Native American Items/Models San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to 12 Elective two items per lot. Entries should be entered 13 Cartoon Stories under category at the time or age at which they 14 Elective 12 Posters were made. 15 Elective 15 Box Garden/Terrarium 4. Judges are instructed not to award premiums 15 Elective 16 First Aid unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First 16 Pinewood Derby through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. 17 Regatta Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all 18 Sand Painting/Metal Work Divisions. Cash premiums will be as follows: First 19 Den Flag $3, Second $2 & Third $1. 20 Leather Work 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s 21 Miscellaneous coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Class 3 - Bears Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Lot #Description 1 Achievement 5 Bird Houses Class 1 - Tigers 2 Achievement 7 Plaster Casting/Footprints 3 Achievement 8 Pack Scrapbooks Lot # Description 4 Achievement 9 Homemade Cookies 1 Family Scrapbook 5 Achievement 18 Write A Story 2 Food Pyramid Chart 6 Achievement 19 3 Collections Carvings (wood, soap or other material) 4 Leaf /Metal Rubbings 7 Achievement 20 Tool Box 5 Holiday Decorations 8 Achievement 21 Models from a kit 6 Homemade Picture Frames 9 Achievement 21 Homemade Models 7 Family Mobiles 10 Elective 1 Model Rockets 8 Homemade Musical Instrument 11 Elective 2 Weather Vien 9 Homemade Greeting Cards 12 Elective 4 Electric Buzzer Games 10 Models 13 Elective 6 Model Airplanes 11 Puppets 14 Elective 8 Musical Instruments 12 Pinewood Derby Car 15 Elective 9 Collages 13 Space Derby 16 Elective 9 Silhouettes 14 Regatta 17 Elective 9 Paintings 15 Miscellaneous Board Member: Sadie Shelton Department Head: Michelle Wilson, 419-0195

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Boy Scouts (continued) 18 Elective 9 Mosaics 19 Elective 10 Masks 20 Elective 11 Photographs 21 Elective 12 Nature Collections 22 Elective 22 Collections 23 Elective 24 Native American Item/House 24 Pinewood Derby Cars 25 Space Derby 26 Regatta 27 Leather Work 28 Den/Patrol Flag 29 Miscellaneous

35 Whipping the End of the Rope 36 Knotts 37 Pinewood Derby 38 Space Derby 39 Reggetta 40 Den/Patrol Flag 41 Miscellaneous Class 5 - Boy Scouts

Class 4 - Webelos Lot #Description 1 Fitness: Fitness Book 2 Fitness: Poster 3 Artist: Drawings/Paintings 4 Artist: Computer Designs 5 Artist: Clay Sculptures 6 Artist: Collages 7 Showman: Puppets & Marionettes 8 Citizens: Short Story about a famous American 9 Citizen: Poster/Display/Good Turn 10 Family Members: Family Energy Savings Plans 11 Readyman: Home Fire Escape Plans 12 Readyman: First Aid Kits 13 Craftsman: Woodworking 14 Craftsman: Leatherworking 15 Craftsman: Metal Work 16 Craftsman: Other Work 17 Engineer: Model Bridges 18 Engineer: Mocatapults 19 Scientist: Model Rocketry 20 Scientist: Crystals 21 Forest: Tree/Plant Display 22 Geologists: Rock/Minerals 23 Geologists: Hardness scale displays/experiments 24 Geologists: Fossils 25 Naturalist: Insect zoo/aquariums/terrarium 26 Outdoorsman: Knot board/Whipping 27 Artist: Color Wheel 28 Artist: Construction Paper 29 Athlete: Fitness Chart 30 Citizenship 31 Fitness: Plan/Track Meals 32 Scholar 33 Showman: Drama 34 Aarow of Light (Arrow)

Lot#Description 1 Knot Board/Lashing Display 2 Patrol Flag 3 Plaster Casting Animals Tracks 4 Miniature Model Campsite 5 Trail to Eagle Shadow Box 6 Scrapbook of Campouts, Good Turns/Eagle Projects 7 ART MERIT BADGE 7.1 Architecture 1a Make a Sketch of a Building 7.2 Art Merit Badge 2a Design Something Useful 7.3 Art Merit Badge 2b Design a Logo 7.4 Art Merit Badge 3 Rendering in Four Ways 7.5 Graphic Art 4a Offset Lithography 7.6 Graphic Art 4b Screen Printing 7.8 Graphic Art 4c Electronic/Digital Printing 7.9 Relief Printing 8 HOBBIES MERIT BADGE 8.1 Coin Collecting 8.2 Collection 8.3 Stamp Collecting 9 CRAFT MERIT BADGE 9.1 Basketry 9.2 Indian Lore 9.3 Leatherwork 9.4 Metal Work 9.5 Pottery 9.6 Woodcarving 10 NATURE MERIT BADGE 10.1 Bird Study 2 Sketch/Trace Birds Wings 10.2 Fish & Wildlife Management 6c Start a Scrapbook 10.3 Forestry 2a Collect and Identify 10.4 Insect Study 4b Make a Scrapbook 10.5 Nature Merit Badge 10.6 Soil & Water Conservation

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Boy Scouts (continued) 11 SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MERIT BADGE 11.1 Astronomy 7a Sketch of a Moon 11.2 Astronomy 7b Sketch the Phases of the Moon 11.3 Electricity 11.4 Electronics 11.5 Engineering 11.6 Space Exploration 3 Built a Rocket 11.7 Weather 6 Draw a Diagram of the Water Cycle 12 SKILLED TRADES MERIT BADGE 12.1 Drafting 12.2 Home Repairs 3b Build a Workbench 12.3 Woodwork 13 BUSINESS & INDUSTRY MERIT BADGE 13.1 Aviation 3 Model of a Plane 13.2 Railroad Models 14 COMMUNICATION MERIT BADGE 14.1 Communications Writings 14.2 Journalism Writings 14.3 Radio 15 HEALTH MERIT BADGE 15.1 Dentistry 6b Make a Poster 15.2 Dentistry 6a Make a Model of a Tooth 16 CITIZENSHIP & PUBLIC MERIT BADGE 16.1 Crime Prevention 6a Make a Poster

16.2 Emergency Preparedness 8c Emergency Pack 16.3 Finger Printing 16.4 Fire Safety 6a Draw a Home Fire Escape 17 PERSONAL GROWTH MERIT BADGE 17.1 Genealogy 6 Make a Family Tree 18 SPORTS MERIT BADGE 18.1 Archery 2b Make an Arrow 18.2 Pioneering 7 Build a Scale Model or Monkey Bridge 19 PHOTOGRAPHY 19.1 Photography 4a 8 to 12 Picture Story Board 19.2 Photography 4b 20 Picture Exhibit or Display 20 MISCELLANEOUS Class 6 - Open Class Lot#Description 1 Pine Wood Derby Car 2 Patch Collection 3 Memorabilia (Limited to 24” W x 18”L x 8”H) 4 Religious Emblems 5 Miscellaneous

Creative Arts | Open Senior Division Entries Taken: Saturday, August 6 10 am – 6:30 pm

Entries will be judged on workmanship, originality, good design and craftsmanship.

Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 14 10 am - 2 pm

1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition.

Multi-Use Building Board Member: Kim Martinez, 632-1502 Open to any exhibitor 19 years of age or older Divisions Division 1 19 to 40 Division 2 41 to 64 Division 3 65 and over Division 4 Special Needs Division 5 Professional

award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded, one per class; if there is sufficient competition.

4. A professional is one who has taught a class for compensation in the skill, which they are entering, or has been employed in that field. Awards may 2. All entries must be the work of be given in the Professional the exhibitor and must have not Division if there is sufficient been entered in a previous San competition combining Classes Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are 1-14. limited to one item per lot. All entries must be clean and ready 5. Exhibits will not be released to hang. until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department 3. Judges are instructed not to staff. Department Heads, San — 12 —


Creative Arts | Open Senior Division (continued) Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Class 1 - Ceramics Lot # Name 1. Dry Brush 2. Glaze 3. Greenware Adaptation 4. Horse Hair 5. Native American Art Work 6. Porcelain 7. Stain 8. Underglaze 9. Any Other Ceramic Class 2 - Handicrafts Lot # Name 1. Basket Man Made Material 2. Basket Natural Material 3. Bottle Craft 4. Candles 5. Christmas Decoration 6. Clay 7. Clock 8. Collage 9. Crafted Picture 10. Decoupage 11. Digital Media 12. Diorama 13. Doll Furniture 14. Doll House 15. Egg Art 16. Fairies 17. Floral Arrangement 18. Glass, Art 19. Glass, Stained 20. Gourd Art 21. Holiday Decoration 22. Ink Work 23. Masks 24. Miniature Setting 25. Mixed Media 26. Paper Art 27. Paper Mache 28. Pencil Work 29. Photos 30. Plastic Art 31. Puzzles 32. Quilling

33. Religious 34. Rock Art 35. Rope Art 36. Sand Art 37. Sculpture 38. Soap 39. Wood Art 40. Wreath 41. Any Other Item Class 3 - Jewelry/Beadwork Lot# Name 1. Bag 2. Barrett 3. Beaded Art 4. Beaded Prisms 5. Belts 6. Bolos 7. Bracelet 8. Brooch 9. Buckle 10. Containers 11. Earring 12. Faceted Stones 13. Hat Band 14. Holiday Decoration 15. Holiday Jewelry 16. Jewelry Sets 17. Key Chains 18. Lanyards 19. Necklaces 20. Pendants 21. Ring 22. Tie Clip 23. Wall Hanging 24. Wire Wrap 25. Any other Jewelry 26. Any other Beadwork Class 4 - Leathercraft Lot # Class 1. Animal Gear 2. Belt 3. Buckle 4. Cases 5. Clothing 6. Cover – Book 7. Cover – Kindle/IPad 8. Chaps 9. Cuff 10. Decoration — 13 —

11. Footwear 12. Frame 13. Gun Belt 14. Holsters 15. Picture 16. Purses 17. Saddle 18. Sheath 19. Wallet 20. Any other item Class 5 - Models Lot# Name 1. Boat 2. Building Block 3. Car 4. Commercial Vehicle 5. Helicopters 6. Jet 7. Pickup 8. Propeller Plane 9. Rocket 10. Science Fiction 11. Ship 12. Train Car 13. Train Engine 14. Truck 15. Any other model Class 6 - Fabric Crafts Lot# Name 1. Album, Theme 2. Albums 3. Braiding 4. Clothing 5. Doll 6. Felt 7. Macramé 8. Ojos 9. Picture Frames 10. Plastic Canvas 11. Pom-Pom 12. Purses 13. Socks 14. Weaving 15. Any other item Class 7 - Painting Lot# Name 1. Animals 2. Contemporary


Creative Arts | Open Senior Division (continued) 3. Fabric 4. Floral 5. Folk Art 6. Landscape 7. Holiday 8. Mixed Media 9. Portrait 10. Sawblades 11. Still Life 12. Vegetable/Fruit 13. Western Sets 14. Whimsical Theme 15. Tole 16. Any other item Class 8 - Scrapbooking Lot# Name 1. Anniversary 2. Baby Book 3. Birthday 4. Club/Organization 5. Family 6. Holiday 7. Pets 8. Special Events 9. Vacation/Trip 10. Wedding 11. Any other scrapbook Class 9 - Carving Lot# Name 1. Animal 2. Aquatic 3. Bird 4. Bowl 5. Cane 6. Chip Carved 7. Drift Wood 8. Furniture 9. Human 10. Ornamental

11. Relief 12. Religious 13. Reptile 14. Statue/Doll 15. Theme 16. Toy 17. Trucks 18. Walking Stick 19. Any other carving Class 10 - Woodturning Lot# Name 1. Bat (Baseball) 2. Bowl 3. Miniature 4. Ornamental 5. Pen/Pencil 6. Toy 7. Vase 8. Any other turning Class 11 - Collections Lot# Name 1. Buttons 2. Coins 3. Dolls 4. Miniature items 5. Silverware 6. Stamps 7. Theme 8. Any group from Classes 1-15 9. Any other collection Class 12 - Recycling Lot# Name 1. Cloth/Fabric 2. Inventive 3. Metal 4. Natural Material

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5. Plastic 6. Theme 7. Wood 8. Any other recyclable Class 13 - Metal Work Lot #Class 1. Branding Irons 2. Scene 3. Animal 4. Clothing Rack 5. Home Décor 6. Human 7. Inventive 8. Knife 9. Religious 10. Theme 11. Tree/Plant/Flower 12. Any other metal work Class 14 - Wood Working Lot# Name 1. Bird House 2. Boxes 3. Cane 4. Chest 5. Clock 6. Frett Work 7. Furniture 8. Inlay 9. Lamp 10. Miniature 11. Religious 12. Replica 13. Rocking Horse 14. Theme 15. Toy 16. Walking Stick 17. Wood Burning 18. Any other woodwork


Decorated Cakes Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6 10 am – 6:30 pm

Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing.

Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 14 10 am - 2 pm

Awards and Premiums Each Division will be awarded the following: Best Decorated Cake - $50.00 & Rosette Best Decorated Cookie - $25.00 & Rosette Best Decorated Cupcake(s) - $25.00 & Rosette Best Cookie Jar - $50.00

Convention Center Board Member: Billy Huish Department Head: Cathy Hallock, 334-9420 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The exhibitor will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worthy of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. 4. Cakes and Cookies will be judged only on artistry in decorating. Cakes should be dummies of Styrofoam. Entries should be displayed on a board sturdy enough to support the weight of the cake, suitably covered, and not to exceed one inch beyond the edge. All Decorations should be edible. Cakes must not be taller than 4 feet. 5. A professional is one who has taught a class or been employed in the skill, for which they are entering or have received any compensation for any of their work. 6. Gingerbread House may include other buildings, fence, trees, etc. 7. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair

Divisions Division 1 - 10 & under Division 2 - 11 to 20 Division 3 - 21 to 40 Division 4 - 41 to 60 Division 5 - 61 and over Division 6 - Professional Classes Class 1 - Shower Class 2 - Birthday Class 3 - Holiday Class 4 - Novelty Class 5 - Wedding Class 6 - Fair Theme Class 7 - Decorated Cookie Class 8 - Gingerbread House Class 9 - Cupcakes (Single) Class 10 - Cupcakes (Multiple) Class 11 - Cookie Jar Contest Cookie jar must contain at least 3 different types of cookies. Cookies must be homemade. Please put one each of the cookies in a bag for judging. Judging will be 50% on cookies and 50% on decoration of the cookie jar. Winners in each category will receive a $25 cash award and rosette ribbon.

Fine Arts Entries Accepted: Saturday August 6, 10 am - 6:30 pm

Department Heads: Linda Blackwater & Luanna Etcitty

Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 14, 10 am - 2 pm

RULES: 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place the exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the

Multi-Use Building Board Member: Lucille Jones, 608-4659

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department head. 2. To be eligible for a rosette All Rules Must Be Followed. 3. Entries must be dry, framed, wired with wire and ready to hang. No Sawtooth Hangers. The San Juan County Fair nor the department heads are responsible for any entry that will not remain hung.


Fine Arts (continued) 4. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. 5. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per lot. 6. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worthy of merit. 7. Divisions 1, 2 and 7 will be awarded the following premiums: First $3, Second $2 and Third $1. 8. San Juan County Fair nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after

closing. 9. Exhibits will not be released until the claim ticket is presented to the department staff. Divisions Division 1 12 and under Division 2 13 to 19 Division 3 20 to 30 Division 4 31 to 50 Division 5 51 and over Division 6 Professional (sells or teaches) Division 7 Special Needs

Lot # 1. Acrylics 2. Crayon 3. Chalk 4. Marker 5. Mixed Media 6. Water color 7. Oils 8. Pastels 9. Pencil 10. Color Pencil 11. Charcoal 12. Pen & Ink 13. Air brush 14. Spray paint

Food Preservation Entries Accepted: Saturday August 6 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 14 10 am - 2 pm *Save time: This division can be pre-entered on-line www. sanjuancountyfair.net your entry card will be ready when you get to the fair. Convention Center Board Member: Kim Martinez 860-1568 Department Head: Helen Harris 320-7623 Divisions Division 1 8 to 17 (Junior) Division 2 18 to 60 (Adult) Division 3 61 and over (Senior) 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the

department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have been preserved after the 2017 San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. All entries must be in standard clear canning jars with new rings in place. No mayonnaise or jars with paraffin will be accepted. DO NOT decorate or put your name on entries. Your jars must be cleaned. Decorated, named, or dirty/ sticky jars will not be judged. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions. The Mabel Clark Dallas award will be awarded as follows: Best of Show Senior Division $30 and Rosette, Adult Division $25 and Rosette, and Junior Division $20 and Rosette. 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is — 16 —

presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. 5. Cash Prizes for Junior Division will be First-$3, Second-$2 and Third $1 Class 1 - Dried Foods 01-01 Apples 01-02 Apricots 01-03 Beans 01-04 Corn 01-05 Fruit Leather 01-06 Herbs 01-07 Jerky 01-08 Mushrooms 01-09 Peaches 01-10 Pears 01-11 Peppers, Chili 01-12 Peppers, Sweet 01-13 Raisins 01-14 Squash 01-15 Tomatoes 01-16 Any other fruit 01-17 Any other vegetable


Food Preservation (continued) Class 2 - Canned Vegetables 02-01 Beans, Green 02-02 Beans, Pinto 02-03 Beets 02-04 Carrots 02-05 Corn 02-06 Okra 02-07 Peppers, Chili 02-08 Peppers, Jalapeno 02-09 Stewed Tomatoes 02-10 Tomatoes 02-11 Vegetable Stew 02-12 Any other vegetable Class 3 - Canned Fruit 03-01 Apples 03-02 Applesauce 03-03 Apricots 03-04 Berries 03-05 Cherries, Sour 03-06 Cherries, Sweet 03-07 Grapes 03-08 Nectarines 03-09 Peaches 03-10 Pears 03-11 Pie Filling 03-12 Plums 03-13 Rhubarb 03-14 Any other fruit Class 4 - Pickles 04-01 Beets 04-02 Bread & Butter 04-03 Dill, Whole 04-04 Dill, Sliced 04-05 Green Tomato 04-06 Kosher, Dill (with garlic) 04-07 Mixed 04-08 Mustard 04-09 Okra 04-10 Peach 04-11 Peppers 04-12 Apple 04-13 Sweet, sliced or chips 04-14 Other Fruit 04-15 Other Vegetable Class 5 - Relishes 05-01 Beet 05-02 Chow Chow 05-03 Chutney 05-04 Corn 05-05 Cucumber

05-06 Pepper 05-07 Zucchini 05-08 Any other relish Class 6 - Sauces 06-01 Chili 06-02 Fruit Salsa 06-03 Tomato 06-04 Salsa 06-05 Spaghetti 06-06 Barbecue 06-07 Other Sauce Class 7 - Preserves 07-01 Apricot 07-02 Blackberry 07-03 Cherry 07-04 Peach 07-05 Pear 07-06 Plum 07-07 Raspberry 07-08 Strawberry 07-09 Tomato 07-10 Any other preserve Class 8 - Butters, Jams, Conserves & Marmalades 08-01 Apple Butter 08-02 Apricot Butter 08-03 Apricot Jam 08-04 Mixed Fruit Jam 08-05 Blackberry Jam 08-06 Cherry Jam 08-07 Grape Jam 08-08 Green Chili Jam 08-09 Orange Marmalade 08-10 Peach Butter 08-11 Peach Jam 08-12 Pear Butter 08-13 Pear Honey 08-14 Pineapple/Apricot Jam 08-15 Plum Butter 08-16 Plum Jam 08-17 Raspberry Jam 08-18 Strawberry Jam 08-19 Any other fruit butter 08-20 Any other Jam 08-21 Any other Marmalade 08-22 Any fruit conserve Class 9 - Jelly & Syrup 09-01. Apple Jelly 09-02 Cactus Jelly — 17 —

09-03 Cherry Jelly 09-04 Chile Jelly 09-05 Chokecherry Jelly 09-06 Fruit Topping 09-07 Grape Jelly 09-08 Mint Jelly 09-09 Peach Jelly 09-10 Plum Jelly 09-11 Apricot Jelly 09-12 Mixed Fruit Jelly 09-13 Any other Fruit Jelly 09-14 Any Syrup Class 10 - Meat 10-01 Beef 10-02 Chicken 10-03 Fish 10-04 Green Chili Stew 10-05. Pork 10-06 Vegetable Stew w/meat 10-07 Wild Game 10-08 Any other meat 10-09 Any other stew Class 11 - Juice and Nectar 11-01 Grape 11-02 Apple 11-03. Berry 11-04 Cherry 11-05 Nectar 11-06 Tomato Juice 11-07 Vegetable Juice 11-08 Other Juice


Girl Scouts Entries Accepted: Saturday August 6, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 14, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Lucille Jones, 608-4659 Department Head: Sandra Austin 634-0508 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. Exhibitors must be a registered Girl Scout in San Juan County and must be a member in good standing. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all divisions and the following cash premiums: First $3, Second $2 and Third $1 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing.

Divisions Division 1 Daisies (K-1) Division 2 Brownies (2-3) Division 3 Juniors (4-5) Division 4 Cadets (6-8) Division 5 Seniors (9-10) Division 6 Ambassador (11-12) Division 7 Troop Display Lot # Name 1. Art, Button 2. Art, Clay 3. Art, Crayon 4. Art, Dough 5. Art, Felt 6. Art, Glue 7. Art, Nature 8. Art, Pom Pom 9. Art, Rock 10. Art, Sand 11. Art, Wire 12. Baking, Misc. 13. Beads 14. Braiding 15. Breads 16. Cakes 17. Candles 18. Candy 19. Ceramics, Glazed 20. Ceramics, Stains 21. Ceramics, Unglazed 22. Clothespins 23. Collections, Nature 24. Collections, Other 25. Cookies 26. Crafts, Nature 27. Crafts, Paper 28. Crochet 29. Cross Stitch 30. Decorations 31. Decoupage 32. Diorama 33. Dolls 34. Drawing 35. Embroidery 36. Floral Decoration 37. Flower Pots 38. Flowers

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39. Foam 40. Girl Scout Item 41. Hats 42. Holiday Decoration 43. Jewelry 44. Key Chains 45. Knitting 46. Lacing 47. Latch hook 48. Leather 49. Macramé 50. Make it/Bake it 51. Mobile 52. Name Tag 53. Needlepoint 54. Ojos 55. Painti­ng, Oil 56. Painting, Other 57. Painting, Tole 58. Painting, Watercolor 59. Paper Mache 60. Perler Beads 61. Photo Albums 62. Picture Frames 63. Plaster 64. Plastic Canvas 65. Popsicle Sticks 66. Puppets 67. Recycled 68. Safety Pins 69. Scrapbook 70. Sculpture 71. Sewing 72. Sketched 73. String Art 74. Swaps 75. Toys 76. T-shirt 77. Tye-dye 78. Wall Hanging 79. Weaving 80. Wood 81. Yarn Art 82. Any other item


Market Goat and Market Breeding Goat Entry Fee: $12 Check-in: Goats must be Checked in by 12:00pm Sunday August 7, 2022 Check out: 8am-12pm, Sunday August 14, 2022 Market Breeding Show: Monday August 8th 5:00 pm Market Goat Show: Tuesday August 9th 8:00am Market Showmanship: Refer to the showmanship schedule San Juan County Bred: Refer to the County Bred schedule Board Member: Davin Jacquez 619-888-3722 Department Heads: Heather Thompson (505) 486-4312 & Kim Thompson (505) 947-3345 Rules 1. Goats must be pre-entered by the fair board entry dates. 2. Any animal showing signs of illness or open abscesses without hair regrowth will not be allowed. 3. No intact male goats (Billy goats) will be allowed. 4. Mandatory barn meeting will be posted at check in. 5. Upon arrival at Check-in, all market goats need to be weighed in at the goat barn. 6. All pens MUST be cleaned daily. Any pen that is not cleaned will be red tagged and the exhibitor will be fined $10 fee. 7. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to ensure that their animal is being cared for. If the department heads feel an animal is being neglected the pen will be red tagged and the exhibitor will be charged $10 per day for feeding and watering of animals. 8. You are not allowed to change pen assignments or give yourself an extra pen. Tack pens will be allotted if we have room and by department heads ONLY. 9. NO animals besides goats will be allowed in the goat barn. If you have sheep and goats and want to pen them together you MUST get approval from the lamb AND goat department. Preferably before check-in. 10. Parents are responsible for getting exhibitors to the show ring with their goat on time. 11. All Champion goats must be put in their designated pen the evening after the conclusion of the show. Must be in their pens in daily 5pm -9pm and Friday and Saturday 3-9pm. 12. No market animals are to have “For Sale” signs until Saturday 1p.m. Refer to the Junior Livestock Rule Book for all other general livestock rules. Market Breeding Show-Monday 5pm

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Market Goat and Market Breeding Goat (continued) Market Breeding Juniors

Market Breeding Seniors

Class 1: Doeling up to 120 days

Class 5: Does under 2 years

Class 2: Doeling 121 to 210 days

Class 6: Does 2 years to under 3 years

Class 3: Doeling 211 to 364 days

Class 7: Does 3 years to < 5 years

Class 4: Doeling 1 year to < 2 years

Class 8: Does 5 years and older

Junior Champion Drive

Senior Champion Drive

Market Breeding Groups Class 9: Youth heard (3 Does, Any age) Class 10: Get of sire (3 does form the same sire)

Market Goats Division 1: Light Weight Division 2: Medium Light Weight Division 3: Medium Weight Division 4: Medium Heavy Weight Division 5: Heavy Weight Market Goat Grand Drive *The number of divisions will be determined by the number of goats at tag-in. To keep our class sizes manageable divisions does not equal a class. Their may be 8 classes with 4 divisions. So, a division 1 drive would include the first and second place from the first two classes. The Judge would then select the division 1 Champion and Reserve Champion.

Feeder goat class Class 1: Market goats Less than 50lbs

San Juan County bred Wednesday August 10

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Market Goat and Market Breeding Goat (continued) Market Goat Showmanship Booster- 5-8 (Kinder- 2nd Grade) Novice- 8-11 (3rd-5th Grade) Not eligible for Round Robin Showmanship Junior- 11-13 (6th-7th Grade) Senior- 13-19 (8th-12th Grade)

Dairy Goat Entry Fee: $12 Animals must be in the barn Sunday August 7, 2022, 12:00pm Animals must be checked out Sunday August 14, 2022, 12:00pm Dairy Goat show: Monday August 8th 8 am Board Member: Davin Jacquez 619-888-3722 Department Head: Heather Thompson 505-486-4312 Kimberley Thompson 505-947-3345 Dairy Showmanship following the dairy show Rules 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9.

Entries must be pre-entered by the fair board entry date. Base date for all ages of goats will be show day. No intact male goats (Billy goats) will be allowed. Mandatory barn meeting will be posted at check in. All pens MUST be cleaned daily. Any pen that is not cleaned will be red tagged and the exhibitor will be fined $10 fee. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to ensure that their animal is being cared for. If the department heads, feel an animal is being neglected the pen will be red tagged and the exhibitor will be charged $10 per day for feeding and watering of animals. You are not allowed to change pen assignments or give yourself an extra pen. Tack pens will be allotted if we have room and by department heads ONLY. Parents are responsible for getting exhibitors to the show ring with their goat on time. All Champion goats must be put in their designated pen the evening after the conclusion of the show. Must be in their pens in daily 5pm -9pm and Friday and Saturday 3-9pm.

Refer to the Junior Livestock Rule Book for all other general livestock rules. Dairy Goat Special Rules: 1. All dairy breeds are eligible for this show. 2. Mandatory milk out the night before the show. A department head must check. 3. There will be an ice- cream contest for anyone who is interested. Judging will take place Tuesday before the market goat grand drive. Contact Heather or — 20 — Kimberley for more information.


Dairy Goat Special Rules: 1. All dairy breeds are eligible for this show. 2. Mandatory milk out the night before the show. A department head must check. 3. There will be an ice- cream contest for anyone who is interested. Judging will take place Tuesday before the market goat grand drive. Contact Heather or Kimberley for more information.

Dairy Goat (continued)

Dairy Goat Show Dairy Juniors (never freshened)

Dairy Senior (freshened)

Class 1: Doeling up to 120 days

Class 5: Does under 2

Class 2: Doeling 121 to 210 days

Class 6: Does 2-under 3

Class 3: Doeling 211 to 364 days

Class 7: Does over 3

Class 4: Doeling 1 yr to <2 Champion Junior Doe Best Dairy Doe

Champion Senior Doe

Nigerian does

Pygmy Does

Class 1: Doe Kids less than 1

Class 4: Doe kids less than 1

Class 2: Does: 1- 2

Class 5: Does: 1- 2

Class 3: Does 2 and older

Class 6: Does 2 and older

Champion Nigerian doe

Champion Pygmy doe

Best Nigerian/Pygmy doe in show

Nigerian/pygmy wether Class 1: under a year Class 2: over a year Champion Nigerian/pygmy wether

San Juan County Dairy Breed: A goat that was bred in San Juan County to the best show quality or the youth heard. One goat per exhibitor.

Dairy Goat Showmanship Booster- 8 and Under Novice- 8-11 (3rd-5th Grade) Not eligible for Round Robin Showmanship Junior- 11-13 (6th-7th Grade) Senior- 13-19 (8th-12th Grade) — 21 —


Lamb Lamb Board Member: TJ Richards Department Head: Samantha Henry (505) 330-0190 Show Day: Monday August 8th. Breeding Show will follow the Dairy and Breeding Goat Shows. Tuesday, August 9, 45 minutes after conclusion of goat show approximately 12:00pm, Jeanette Nichols Show Ring. Tuesday, August 9, 7:30pm Grand drive to follow the Goat grand drive. Weigh & Check-in: Sunday, August 7, 7 am to Noon Check Out: Sunday, August 14, 7 am to Noon Junior Market Lambs - Refer to Junior Livestock Rules & General Rules Buckle Sponsors: • Market Grand Champion- T.J. Richards Reserve Grand Champion – Lake’s Unique Farm Champion Blackface- Bugs Awinginit Champion Speckle- Jack and Judy Richards Champion Whiteface- Kirk and Cheryl Payne Champion Hair lamb- Robert and Linda Lake Champion Southdown Cross- Alan and Tara Walraven • Breeding Grand Ewe – Doyle Club Lambs Grand Ram – Talon and Samantha Henry • Showmanship Booster Showman- Jack and Judy Richards Junior Showman- Bob Richards Senior Showman- Bob Richards • San Juan County Bred Grand Champion- Talon and Samantha Henry Reserve Champion- Tom and Cynthia Nystrom Market Lamb Show • Additional rules 1. Animals must be free from all blankets and socks before entering the scales to prevent any breed characteristic difficulties and accurate weight. 2. Any animal not meeting the weight requirement will be allowed to stay if room is available. a. Weight minimum 90lbs, Southdown minimum 70lbs, Hair lamb minimum 70lbs. 3. Bedding in pens MUST be pelleted shavings or sand. No wood chips will be allowed. Pens must be cleaned daily and maintained for the health of the animals. 4. No exercising lambs in the show ring at any time. Booster Show The Booster Show is for children 5-8 years old. The child does NOT have to be enrolled in a 4-H club, but MUST be a resident of San Juan County. Boosters can borrow a lamb from another exhibitor ensuring the lamb is entered in the market show. Only one entry per booster. Boosters should be able to properly show and control the lamb in the show ring.

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Costume Contest GOAT AND LAMB Tuesday, August 9, 2022 7 PM Jerry Connelly Memorial Show Ring

Lamb (continued) Breeding All breeding animals must be registered or subject to registry. Lots may be combined at the discretion of the department head. Entry fee $7 due on May 31

Junior Hobbies

Board Member: Donald Hastings Department Staff: Sally Hood 505-334-0674 Ages 2 and up may enter, you do not need to be a 4-H or FFA member and any adults are welcome to join this contest. Prizes awarded to the best. Use your imagination for your costumes with you and the animal (goat or lamb). PIG Tuesday, August 9, 2022 7:30 PM—or after the Goat and Lamb Contest Jerry Connelly Memorial Show Ring Ages 4 and up are welcome to enter our Pig Costume Contest, which will follow the Goat and Lamb Costume Contest. Ages 4 to 8 need to have pig owners present and ready to help for show. All exhibitors need to be in control of their pig during the show or have a helper ready. Have fun use your imagination.

Creative Art Juniors Entries Accepted: Saturday August 6, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 14, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Cody Hartsfield, 320-3827 Department Head: Taylor Ashcroft 516-2533 Divisions Division 1 Up to 5 years Division 2 6 to 8 years Division 3 9 to 11 years Division 4 12 to 14 years Division 5 15 to 18 years Division 6 Special Needs 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will classify and display exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. Contestants are welcome to bring multiple entries, however only one item will be entered per lot. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. All entries must be clean and READY TO HANG. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of — 23 —

Show Rosettes and $20.00 will be awarded in all Divisions. 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. 5. Model cars and logos must be mounted and secure. Mounting should be no larger than the model itself. 6. Collections must be mounted securely to a board no larger than 24” X 24”X 2” 7. Free writing is not to exceed 500 words and must be legible. 8. Felt art is not open to Division 4. Class 1. Ceramics Lot# Name 1. Glaze 2. Greenware/Unfired 3. Indian Art Work 4. Overglazed 5. Painted 6. Porcelain 7. Self-Poured 8. Stain 9. Underglaze 10. Any other Clay Class 2. Handicrafts Lot# Name 1. Basket 2. Beaded Work 3. Beaded Art 4. Bottlecraft 5. Candles 6. Christmas Decoration


Junior Hobbies (continued) 7. Clay 8. Clock 9. Crafted Picture 10. Decorated Bird House 11. Decoupage 12. Diorama 13. Doll 14. Dreamcatcher 15. Duct Tape 16. Egg Art 17. Floral Arrangement 18. Gourd Art 19. Holiday Decoration 20.Metal Work 21. Miniature Room Setting 22. Origami 23. Paper Art 24.Paper Mache 25. Recycled Art 26. Rock Art 27. Sand Art 28.Soap 29. Tole Wall Hanging 30.Welding 31. Wreath 32. Any other item Class 3. Jewelry/Beadwork Lot# Name 1. Belts 2. Bolos 3. Bracelet 4. Brooches 5. Containers 6. Jewelry Set 7. Keychain 8. Necklace 9. Pendants 10. Rubber Band 11. Any other jewelry 12. Any other Beadwork Class 4. Leathercraft Lot# Name 1. Belt 2. Book Cover 3. Case 4. Check Book 5. Footwear 6. Horse Tack 7. Keychain 8. Kit

9. Knife Sheath 10. Purse 11. Self Cut/Directed 12. Wallet 13. Any other item Class 5. Models (ALL MODELS MUST BE MOUNTED AND ABLE TO BE PICKED UP AND MOVED) Lot# Name 1. Di-Cast 2. Knex 3. Lego 4. Metal 5. Self Directed 6. Wood Class 6. Fabric Crafts and Sewing Lot# Name 1. Blanket 2. Book Cover 3. Braiding 4. Clothing 5. Felt 6. Latch Hook 7. Macramé 8. Ojos 9. Painted Clothing 10. Pom-pom 11. Any other item Class 7. Paintings (ALL PAINTING MUST BE READY TO HANG AND FRAMED) Lot# Name 1. Acrylic 2. Animal 3. Family 4. Flowers 5. Free Hand 6. Fruit 7. Kit(paint by number) 8. Mixed 9. Oil 10. Person 11. Sunset/Sunrise 12. Watercolor 13. Any other Item — 24 —

Class 8. Woodwork Lot# Name 1. Birdhouse 2. Carved 3. Furniture 4. Kit 5. Self Directed 6. Wood Burning 7. Any other item Class 9. Scrapbooking Lot# Name 1. Anniversary 2. Birthday 3. Family 4. Graduation 5. Holiday 6. Pets 7. Retirement 8. Vacation 9. Wedding 10. Any other item Class 10. Collections (ALL COLLECTIONS MUST BE MOUNTED OR CONTAINED AND ABLE TO BE PICKED UP AND MOVED) Lot# Name 1. Buttons 2. Cards 3. Cars 4. Coins 5. Fishing 6. Matchbook 7. Miniature Items 8. Rocks 9. Stamps 10. Any other collection Class 11. Drawings (ALL ARTWORK MUST BE READY TO HANG AND FRAMED) Lot# Name 1. Animal 2. Chalk 3. Charcol 4. Colored Pencil


Junior Hobbies (continued) 5. Family 6. Flowers 7. Free hand 8. Fruit 9. Kit 10. Market 11. Mixed 12. Pen 13. Crayon 14. Pencil 15. Person 16. Sunset/Sunrise 17. Any other item

Class 12. Writing Lot# Name 1. Auto Biography 2. Biography 3. Fiction 4. Non-Fiction 5. Poetry

Class 14. Science Fair Project Board Bring your science fair board to display only, this category will not be judged.

Class 13. Photography Lot# Name 1. Colored 2. Black and White

2022Juan San Juan County Horse Show Show 2022 San County Horse Thursday, August 11th, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. – Memorial Coliseum Board Member: Kim Martinez: (505)860-1568 Department Head: Samantha Martinez (580)461-6785 Horse Show Rules: We will have 4-H & FFA class which are only open to San Juan County 4-H & FFA Youth Only. We will also have open categories for all riders, age groups (12 & under, 13-18, 19 & over) Entries must be made online. NO EXCEPTIONS for entry link visit our web site www.sanjuancountyfair.net ENTRIES DUE: August 1, AGE: AS OF JANUARY 1, 2022 4-H NOVICE: Members who are 8 years AND in the 3rd grade or ages 9, 10, 11 and in the 3rd, 4th, 5th grade. JUNIOR: Members who are 11 AND in the 6th grade or ages 12 or 13 and in the 6th or 7th grade SENIOR: Members who are 13 AND in the 8th grade or 14, 15, 16, 17, or 18. Youth who are 19 on or by December 31 of the current 4-H year are not eligible to compete in the 4-H classes. Open: Open categories are for any rider not registered in San Juan County 4-H Horse Project. (12 and under, 13-18, 19 & over) General Rules 1. Entry Fees: $5.00 per class. Entries must be made online for entry link visit our web site www.sanjuancountyfair.net 2. Exhibitors must send in separate entry for each horse/exhibitor combination, with entry fees for each combination. 3. Ownership: By submitting entry for the Youth Horse Show, you are verifying that the horse is owned by a member of the immediate family. If the horse is owned by someone outside the immediate family, you are verifying the horse has been under your care, maintenance and use since May 1st of this year. 4. All EXIBITORS must have a copy of a current negative Coggins with them for each horse entered. — 25on — a first come, first serve basis. Exhibitors must 5. Horses may be stalled on the fairgrounds supply their own bedding. Stalls will be available Friday, August 5, 2022 after 5:00 pm. A


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is owned by a member of the immediate family. If the horse is owned by someone outside the immediate family, you are verifying the horse has been under your care, maintenance and use since May 1st of this year. All EXIBITORS must have a copy of a current negative Coggins with them for each horse entered. Horses may be stalled on the fairgrounds on a first come, first serve basis. Exhibitors must supply their own bedding. Stalls will be available Friday, August 5, 2022 after 5:00 pm. A $25.00 deposit will be charged for stalls (excluding tack stalls for the duration of the fair), refundable when you check out and stalls are left clean. Please make a separate check to the San Juan County Fair Horse stalls. Do not include with entry fee check! No Stallions will be allowed to show. AQHA rules will be used as GUIDELINES and will be at judge’s discretion. It is the Exhibitor’s Responsibility to be familiar with the rules and legal tack and equipment. Training aids will not be allowed. All clothes and tack must meet the requirements specified in the AQHA rulebook. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to know the rules. Classes may be combined, split or deleted at the discretion of the department head or judge. A one minute gate will be enforced unless a tack change has been reported to the ring steward two classes before. A horse may be ridden in more than one age group. Contestants receiving coaching from the sidelines, while in a class will be disqualified at the discretion of the judge. Show management reserves the right to refuse entry to any horse that does not, in their judgment meet the criteria of a healthy, sound animal or exhibits behavior that could be hazardous to the facilities, other horses, exhibitors and the public. The ring steward and gate workers have the authority to bring to the judge’s attention illegal equipment, inappropriate attire, violation of rules or behavior of horses requiring dismissal from the arena. Unmanageable horses will not be allowed to show. An exhibitor or family member who interferes with a judge’s performance, or who makes false statements in regard to an animal or exhibitor entered shall be disqualified and excluded from any future entry. Harassment of local officials, Fair Board Directors, Department Heads, County Extension Agents or FFA Advisors by an exhibitor or family member will be grounds for disqualification of the exhibitor from the current and future San Juan County Fairs. Classes 12 & 13 are for children six years of age & under only and do not receive points. Crossover from class 13 to class 14 will not be allowed. The Fair Association is not responsible for damage or loss of equipment or animals during the fair. No Animals are allowed to be locked inside stalls. If a locked animal is found or reported the lock will be broken and the exhibitor could be disqualified and asked to leave the fairgrounds. Participation in this Horse Show is a privilege and may be denied for just cause. Just cause may be described as but not limited to: unsportsmanlike conduct, harassment of fair officials, judges or volunteers by exhibitors or family members. Rules and Patterns will be posted by 8 am on show day. Failure to comply with the rules, regulations and procedures of this horse show may result in disqualification and/or disciplinary action. No refunds will be made after the entry deadline with the exception that a partial fund may be made upon receipt of a doctor’s or veterinarian’s excuse. No classes may be added and no class changes will be allowed. The P.A. System is used to help the show move as smoothly as possible but is only a courtesy. It is the responsibility of the contestants to know when they are required to be in the staging area or arena. Not hearing or understanding gate calls, etc. is NOT an excuse for missing one’s order of class.

2022 San Juan County Horse Show (continued)

Awards: Points will be kept for each horse/rider combination. Points can be earned in all classes except: Halter. Contestants placing in the top six of each class will be given one point for each exhibitor placing below them, plus one point; not to exceed six points for first place. No questions — 26 — about high point will be answered until the conclusion of the show and all points are tallied. Awards will be given to High Point & Reserve in all divisions. Trophies will be given to Grand


pointsfor in riding classes, 3) coin toss by judge. missing one’s order of class. Awards: Points will be kept for each horse/rider combination. Points can be earned in all classes except: Halter. Contestants placing in the top six of each class will be given one point for each exhibitor placing below them, plus one point; not to exceed six points for first place. No questions about high point will be answered until the conclusion of the show and all points are tallied. Awards will be given to High Point & Reserve in all divisions. Trophies will be given to Grand Champion halter horses and rosettes to Reserve Champion Halter horses. In the event of a tie for High-Point, the order of the tie breaker will be 1) greatest number of 1st places, 2) earned points in riding classes, 3) coin toss by judge.

2022 San Juan County Horse Show (continued)

Classes: Halter classes are divided by age of the horse, NOT the age of the exhibitor with the exception of Showmanship at Halter. No points are awarded for classes marked with an asterisk (*) on the entry form. SHOW SCHEDULE Classes: Halter Mares: 4 yrs & Under* Halter Mares: 5 yrs & Over* Halter Geldings: 4 yrs & Under* Classes: Halter classes are divided by age of the horse, NOT the age of the exhibitor with the exception of Halter Geldings: 5 yrs & Over* Halter. No points are awarded for classes marked with an asterisk (*) on the Showmanship at Halter entry form. 15 Minute Tack Change SHOW SCHEDULE Hunt Seat Equitation Hunter Under Saddle 15 Minute Tack Change Walk/Jog: Western Pleasure Western Horsemanship Reining Trail Barrell Racing Pole Bending

Knowledge Bowl Fair Board Member: TJ Richards (505) 860-4170 Paperwork can be obtained at the Fair Board Office located in the Multi-Use Building. Return completed paperwork to Fair Board Office by Noon on Friday, August 12th. Junior Division: 9-14 Years Senior Division: 15-19 Years Prizes in Each Division: 1st Place: $75.00 2nd Place: $50.00 3rd Place: $25.00

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Needlework Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6, 10 am – 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 14, 10 am – 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Billy Huish Department Head: Linda Williamson, 947-5881 Department Staff: Karen McGee, 220-3568 Divisions Division 1 10 & under Division 2 11 to 20 Division 3 21 to 40 Division 4 41 to 60 Division 5 61 and over Division 6 Professional Division 7 Special Needs 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. All entries must be clean and ready to hang. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worthy of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions. Divisions 1, 2 & 7 will also receive the following cash premiums: First $3, Second $2 and Third $1 4. A professional is one who has taught a class for compensation in the skill, which they are entering, or has been employed in that field. 5. Exhibits will not be released

until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing.

13. Purse 14. Shawl/Scarf 15. Sweater 16. Vest 17. Any other item

Class 1 - Crochet

Sub-Class Name 1. Afghan 2. Afghan Baby 3. Baby item 4. Cap/Hat 5. Coat 6. Dress 7. Leg Warmers 8. Machine Knitting 9. Pillow 10. Poncho 11. Pullover 12. Scarf 13. Shawl 14. Shell 15. Slippers 16. Socks 17. Sweater 18. Vest 19. Any other knitting

Sub-Class Name 1. Afghan Cross Stitch 2. Afghan Double Stitch 3. Afghan Granny Square 4. Afghan Mile a minute 5. Afghan Ripple 6. Afghan Shell 7. Afghan Single Stitch 8. Afghan Southwestern 9. Afghan Stitch Afghan 10. Any Other Afghan 11. Baby Afghan 12. Bedspread, Thread 13. Bedspread, Yarn 14. Coasters 15. Comb Stitch 16. Doily Over 10” 17. Doily Set 18. Doily Under 10” 19. Pillow 20. Pillowcase 21. Pot Holders 22. Seasonal 23. Tablecloth 24.Any article, not listed, must be all crochet Class 2 - Crochet Wearing Apparel Sub-Class Name 1. Baby Dress 2. Baby Jacket 3. Blouse 4. Bonnet 5. Booties 6. Booties/Bonnet Set 7. Coat 8. Diaper Set 9. Gloves 10. Hat 11. Mittens 12. Poncho/Cape — 28 —

Class 3 - Knitting

Class 4 - Plastic Canvas Sub-Class Name 1. Decorator item 2. House 3. Household item 4. Seasonal 5. Any other item not listed Class 5 - Counted Cross-Stitch Sub-Class Name 1. Apparel 2. Christmas item 3. Framed up to 10”x12” 4. Framed up to 16x20” 5. Framed up to 24”x36” 6. Framed up to 3”x5” 7. Framed up to 36”x48” 8. Framed up to 5”x7” 9. Framed up to 8”x10”


Needlework (continued) Class 6 - Miscellaneous Needlework Sub-Class Name 1. Basket 2. Bobbin Lace 3. Bobbin Lace, Doily 4. Bobbin Lace, picture 5. Breadcloth 6. Canvas Cloth 7. Christmas item 8. Clothing 9. Creative Stitch 10. Hardanger, any item 11. Household item 12. Picture 13. Pillow 14. Ribbon Embroidery, any article 15. Set 16. Smocking, any item 17. Tatting, any item 18. Wall Hanging 19. Any other item Class 7 - Embroidery Sub-Class Name 1. Clothing 2. Creative Stitch 3. Napkins 4. Needle punch 5. Picture

6. Pillow 7. Pillowcase 8. Ribbon Embroidery 9. Scarf 10. Tablecloth 11. Tea towel 12. Towel 13. Wall hanging 14. Any other item Class 8 - Bargello & Tatting Sub-Class Name 1. Chair cover 2. Christmas 3. Doily 4. Edging 5. Framed 6. Jewelry 7. Pillow 8. Table Runner 9. Towel 10. Any other item Class 9 - Dolls Sub-Class Name 1. Any Original 2. Bride over 14” 3. Bride under 14” 4. Counted cross stitch 5. Crochet over 14”

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6. Crochet over 14” w/plastic body 7. Crochet under 14” 8. Crochet under 14” w/plastic body 9. Doll Pillow 10. Embroidered 11. Novelties 12. Seasonal 13. Set over 14” 14. Set under 14” 15. Any other item Class 10 - Rugs Sub-Class Name 1. Braided 2. Crochet 3. Knitted 4. Latch hook 5. Navajo 6. Punch hook 7. Wall hanging 8. Grocery Bags 9. Any other item Class 11 Toys or Novelty 1. 2. 3. 4.

Crochet Knitted Plastic Canvas Any other item


Outhouse Race Monday, August 8th, 7:00 pm Outhouses must be in place near the gate at 6 p.m. for People’s Choice voting. Outhouses NOT in place by the designated time will not participate in the People’s Choice voting. At 6:45 p.m., outhouses may be taken to the race course, behind the concession stand. The race will begin at 7 p.m. Board Member: Kim Martinez 860-7568 & Cliff Hadden 427-8841 Entry Deadline: Saturday August 6th by 5:30 pm in the fair office Official Race Rules The first rule of consideration is SAFETY for the racers and for the public. Use good common sense based on safety in the following: construction of outhouse, in dress and in racing. All rules will apply, including measurements. Structure THESE RULES NEED TO BE FOLLOWED & THE MEASURMENTS NEED TO BE AS LISTED BELOW!!!!! 1. Outhouses are to have three walls, a roof, a doorway, and a seat with at least one (1) hole that is 12.” It may also have a door, but the door must be secured open during the race. No weight requirement. 2. Outhouse must be a minimum of 3 X 3 feet at its base, and a maximum overall width not to exceed six (6) feet (including grasping and/or pushing devices.) A minimum height of five (5) feet from the floor to the highest point of the roof. Inspections of outhouses will be done prior to the race – those not meeting the requirements will be disqualified, including measurements. 3. Four (4) wheels minimum and eight inches (8”) diameter wheels maximum. 4. Any device for grasping (to move) the outhouse may be used except ropes (or like materials/devices.) All grasping devices must be secured solidly to the outhouse and extending no longer than eight (8) inches from the outhouse. 5. Outhouse may be built of any solid material, and structurally sound enough not to fall apart during the race. 6. No glass may be used. 7. Each outhouse must have a “name.” The name is to be displayed on each side of the outhouse (also front and back is allowed.) Sponsors names may be applied anywhere on the outside of the outhouse. 8. No steering device is allowed. Team 1. A team shall consist of a maximum of five (5) people. One (1) person must ride inside at all times. A rotation of the rider will be done at each stop. TEAMS MAY COMPETE WITH ONE OUTHOUSE – NO TEAM WILL BE ALLOWED TO RACE WITH MORE THAN ONE OUTHOUSE. 2. A grasping device for the rider to hold on to is permitted. 3. A team shall dress in like apparel. Each team and outhouse should have a “theme” and dress accordingly. EXAMPLE: Hillbilly team: bib overalls, etc; Company: shirts and hats with name, etc. Race 1. Each team will race twice. Race pairs determined by draw. 2. Winners will advance on the bracket. 3. Race course is undetermined. 4. The course will be divided into two lanes. No outhouse may go into another’s lane. If a collision occurs, both teams will return to the start line and restart the race. 5. During the race the rider must be seated over the 12” hole. 6. All outhouses are to be human-powered. No motors, bicycle-type devices, etc. will be allowed. — 30 —


Photography Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6 10 am - 6:30 pm

Classes Class 1 Novice (less than one year) Class 2 Intermediate (one to four years) Class 3 Advanced (over four years) Class 4 Professional (sells arts or teaches in the field)

Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 14 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building

Lot # Name 1. Black & White (animal, reptile, sea animal, birds)

Board Member: Lucille Jones, 608-4659 Department Head: Cindy Rash, 326-4693 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to 4 entries. All entries must be clean. Pictures must have wire on the back so it can be hung on peg hooks.

2. Black & White (fine art, illustrative, creative, scenic, photographic art) 3. Black & White (flower, plants, trees, anything that blooms) 4. Black & White (people, photographs of people in any setting) 5. Black & White (portrait, should show people or animals in a studio or scenic setting) 6. Black & White (scenic, landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes)

3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions. Divisions 1, 2 & 6 will be awarded the following cash premiums: First $3, Second $2 & Third $1

7. Black & White (miscellaneous, any item not listed above

4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County will be responsible for items left after closing.

10. Color (flower, plants, and trees, anything that blooms)

5. All pictures must be in good taste and suitable for viewing of all ages. Pictures in question will not be accepted.

12. Color (portrait, should show people or animals in a studio or scenic setting)

Divisions Division 1 10 and under Division 2 11 to 20 Division 3 21 to 40 Division 4 41 to 60 Division 5 61 and over Division 6 Special Needs

8. Color (animal, reptile, sea animal, birds) 9. Color (fine art, illustrative, creative, scenic, photographic art)

11. Color (people, photographs of people in any setting)

13. Color (scenic, landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes) 14. Color (miscellaneous, any item not listed above)

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Poultry Board Member: Billy Huish Department Head: Gene Stark, 632-3286 Judging Dates: Monday, August 8, 9 am (Market, Waterfowl & Pigeons) Tuesday, August 9, 9 am (Bantam & Standard Poultry) Entry Deadline: July 15 for 4-H or FFA Entries (on line only) August 1 for Open entries (also accepted on check in day is space is available) Entry Fee: $3 Double Coop $6 Check In: Sunday, August 7, 7 am to noon Check Out: Sunday, August 14, 7 am to Noon The following have donated awards for the youth show: Champion of Show: Billy Huish Champion Market Turkey Pen: Stark’s Bantams Champion Market Chicken Pen: ABC Unlimited Special Rules: 1. Exhibitor must be enrolled in 4-H or FFA to compete in the junior division. Any entry not signed by a FFA Advisor or Organizational Leader will go into open class. 2. Definitions and judging procedures as prescribed in the latest edition of the Official Show Rules and APA and ABA shall apply to all entries. 3. Open division entries will be accepted Sunday, August 7th from 7 am to 12 pm provided space is available.

4. Payback: First $4, Second $3 and Third $2. There is no payback for Market Poultry. 5. All birds must be in good health and Pullourm-Typhoid free. 6. Refer to Junior Livestock Rules and General Rules. 7. Definition: Cock & Hen (over one year) Cockerel and Pullet (under one year) For Market Poultry please refer to the San Juan County Rule Book for information. Standard Birds Class 1 American Breeds Dominique Jersey Giants New Hampshire’s Plymouth Rocks Rhode Island Wyandottes Class 2 English Breeds Australorps Cornish Orphingtons Red Caps Sussex Class 3 Mediterranean Breeds Anconas Leghorns Minorcas Class 4 Asiatic Breeds Brahma’s Cochins Langshans Class 5 Continental Breeds Crevecoeurs Hamburg’s Polish Class 6 All Other Standard Breeds Ameracuanas Araucanas Cubalayas Frizzle Modern Game — 32 —

Naked Neck Old English Phoenix Shamos Sultans Sumatra’s Bantams Class 7 Single Comb Clean Legged Dutch Frizzle Japanese Leghorn Minorca Naked Neck Class 8 Rose Comb Clean Legged Belgian Bearded D’Anveres Dominique Frizzle Hamburg Rhode Island Rosecomb Sebright Wyandotte Class 9 All Other Comb Clean Legged Arcauna Aseel Cornish Crevecoeur Frizzle Polish Sumatra Yokohama American Buff Class 10 Feather Legged Belgian Bearded D’Anveres Brahma Cochin Frizzle Langshan Silkie Sultan Class 11 Modern Game Old English/American Game Class 12 - Lay Class Any non-standard lay type hen


Poultry (continued) Class 13 - Eggs *Must be 1 dozen Brown White Colored Most Unique Class 14 – Guineas Class 15 - Standard Ducks Campbell Cayuga Crested Muscovy Pekin Rouen Runner Class 16 - Bantam Ducks Call East India Mallard Class 17 - Geese African Canada Chinese Egyptian Embden Pilgrim Sebasopol Toulouse

Class 18 - Turkeys Bourbon Red Bronze Royal Palm White Class 19 - Game Birds Chuckers Doves Pheasant Quail Pigeons Class 20 Fancy & American Breeds Capuchine Chinese Owl English Carrier Fantail Flying Oriental Roller Flying Performing Roller Helmet Indian Fantail Jacobin Lahore Modena Nun Class 21 Homers & Racers American Show Racer Exhibition Homer

Racing Homer Show Racing Homer Class 22 Pouters & Croppers Norwich Cropper Reversewing Pouter Woorburg Shield Cropper Class 23 Rare Breeds Budapest Highflier Old German Owl Vienna Class 24 Swallows & Color Archangel Ice Frillback Swallows Class 25 Syrian Breeds Damascene Syrian Class 26 Trumpeter Breeds English Trumpeter Class 27 Utility Breeds Cameau Show King Swiss Mondain

Quilting Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6 10am – 6:30pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Kim Martinez Department Head: Gail Hoffman, 505-330-7037; pammyj51@q.com Entries Checked Out: Sunday, August 14 10am – 2pm Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department

staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors must be residents of San Juan County, NM and are — 33 —

limited to one item per lot. 3. All entries must be clean and ready to hang. 4. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth merit. First through sixth place ribbons will be awarded to each lot. All first in each lot compete for Best of Class. All Best of Class compete for Best of Division. All Best of Division compete for Grand Best of Show and Reserve Best of show. We also award rosettes for Department head choice and first and second viewer’s


Quilting (continued) choice. Divisions one and two will receive cash premiums of first: $3.00, second: $2.00 and third: $1.00. 5. The Elsie Dallas Bloomfield Memorial Award of Excellence in Workmanship will receive $50.00 and a rosette (Divisions 3 through 6); $25.00 and a rosette (Divisions 1 and 2). 6. All Division winners will receive a rosette and $25.00 cash award. Divisions 1. 7 & Under (Light Blue) 2. 8 – 17 (Medium Blue) 3. 18 -40 (Bright Yellow) 4. 41 – 60 (Bright Pink) 5. 61 – 74 (Pink) 6. 75 & Over (Light Green) 7. 2 Person or Group (Lavender & Orange) 8. Professional* (Purple) 9. Fair Theme (Blue) 10. Special Needs (Medium Green) *A person who is engaged in a specific occupation for payment. (quilting, sewing, teaching, etc.)

Class 1. Bed (King or Queen) 2. Bed (Double or Twin) 3. Lap 4. Large Wall Hanging 5. Small Wall Hanging 6. Art Quilt 7. Other Lots 1. Hand Pieced, Hand Quilted 2. Hand Pieced, Domestic Machine Quilted 3. Hand Pieced, Long Arm Machine Quilted 4. Hand Pieced, Tied 5. Machine Pieced, Hand Quilted 6. Machine Pieced, Domestic Machine Quilted 7. Machine Pieced, Long Arm Machine Quilted 8. Machine Pieced, Tied 9. Hand Appliqued, Hand Quilted 10. Hand Appliqued, Domestic Machine Quilted 11. Hand Appliqued, Long Arm Machine Quilted 12. Hand Appliqued, Tied 13. Machine Appliqued, Hand Quilted

14. Machine Appliqued, Domestic Machine Quilted 15. Machine Appliqued, Long Arm Machine Quilted 16. Machine Appliqued, Tied 17. Hand Embroidery, Hand Quilted 18. Hand Embroidery, Domestic Machine Quilted 19. Hand Embroidery, Long Arm Machine Quilted 20.Hand Embroidery, Tied 21. Machine Embroidery, Hand Quilted 22. Machine Embroidery, Domestic Machine Quilted 23. Machine Embroidery, Long Arm Machine Quilted 24.Machine Embroidery, Tied 25. Whole Cloth, Hand Quilted 26. Whole Cloth, Domestic Machine Quilted 27. Whole Cloth, Long Arm Machine Quilted 28.Whole Cloth, Tied 29. Miscellaneous Item, Hand Quilted 30.Miscellaneous Item, Domestic Machine Quilted 31. Miscellaneous Item, Long Arm Machine Quilted 32. Miscellaneous Item, Tied

Rabbit Board Member: Cliff Hadden

(Open entries taken at check in or on show day. May enter one show only) 8 am Rabbit Barn

Department Head: Brook Klitzke, 970-764-7036

Deadline: July 15

Entry Fee: $3.00 per entry

Check In: Sunday, August 7, 7 am to noon

Market Rabbit pens must be entered online. www. sanjuancountyfair.com

Check Out: Sunday, August 14, 7 am to Noon Show Days • Monday, August 8th – Youth Show & Showmanship • Tuesday, August 9th – Open Show

Open & Youth Division Entry 1. Judging will follow American Rabbit Breeders Association Rules as governed by The Standard of Perfection. NO mixed breed Rabbits accepted. — 34 —

2. All rabbits must be identified with a permanent, legible ear tattoo in the LEFT ear. 3. No rabbit showing sign of poor health or disease will be allowed in the barn. If an animal is found sick or in poor health it will be sent home. 4. Open entries will be accepted only if space is available and will be taken on a first come basis by the postmark on the entry. Open entries checked in on Sunday will be required to remain on display until check out day. Open exhibitors may choose to bring in rabbits for


Rabbit (continued) the day of the show, but must take rabbit’s home at the completion of the show. Please note on the entry form if rabbits will be housed for the week. 5. Entries not marked and signed by a 4-H Leader or FFA Advisor will go into open class. 6. The American Rabbit Breeders Association sanctions this show. ARBA Secretary Glenn Carr P.O. Box 426 Bloomington, Illinois 61701. 7. Exhibitors must furnish their own food, containers and bedding. 8. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. 9. Refer to Junior Livestock Rules and General Rules. 10. Premiums are as follows: First $4, Second $3 and Third $2

SHOW ROOM CLASSES Rabbits show in the following order: Ear #: Ear number (tattoo) in the left ear Breed: i.e., Mini Lop, Californian etc. Variety: In most breeds this will be the color of the rabbit. Lops will be solid or broken. Class Age: Age of the rabbit 4 Class Rabbits: Junior – Under six months, Senior- 6 months and older 6 Class Rabbits: Junior – Under six months, Intermediate – 6 to 8 Months, Senior – Over 8 months

Class 4 - Market Meat Pen: Min. weight 3.5 lbs. Max. weight 5.5 lbs. Not over 70 days Class 5 - Rabbit Showmanship The rabbit used in Showmanship must be entered in the fair, and in the appropriate class. The person showing the rabbit must own the rabbit and be a FFA or 4-H member. First through sixth place ribbons will be given. A trophy will be given for high point individual over all classes will be awarded. Lot # Name 1. Open Pre-Novice (5-8 years) 2. Novice (9 to 11 years) 3. Junior (12 to 13 years) 4. Senior (14 years and older)

Sex: Buck (male) Doe (female)

Rocks, Gems, and Minerals Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6, 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 14, 10 am – 2 pm Board Member: Lucille Jones, 608-4659 Department Head: Tory Bonner, 716-2847 Department Staff: Joyce and Doug Marshall, 334-4133 RULES: 1. All exhibits in this section will be entered free of charge. Exhibits will be accepted in the Multi-Use Building at the above dates and times. Judging will be Sunday August 19th, 2020; the building will be closed all day.

2. Class 1 lapidary competition will accept entries from professional exhibitors. They will be judged separately from the amateurs. Entries receiving a Blue Ribbon last year are, are not eligible for entry for three years. Exhibitors may enter more than one exhibit in the sale lot number provided the exhibits involve different types of material. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head. Each exhibit should be no taller than 5”, and is limited to a space no larger than 11”X17”. Larger exhibits will be accepted for exhibit only if space is available, but no exhibit can be taller than 5”. — 35 —

3. No archaeological exhibits will be permitted in the section. 4. All awards will be made on the following basis: • First Prize 80 points or over • Second Prize 70-80 points • Third Prize 60-70 points No prize money will be given in the Senior Division. Ribbons will be given for First, Second, and Third Prized in Senior and Junior Divisions. A best of Show Rosette will be awarded to the exhibit in each Class receiving the highest number of points. In the Junior Division (18 and under) premiums are paid as follows: First $3, Second $2, Third $1. 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is


Rocks, Gems, and Minerals (continued) presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board or San Juan County Employees will not be responsible for items left after closing. • • •

Division 1 Junior Division 2 Senior Division 3 Professional

Class 1 Lapidary Competition All cutting, polishing, tumbling, faceting, mounting, hand wrought mountings, and labels must be the work of the exhibitor. Identification: Lapidary Class pieces must be labeled with name of the stone or stones and location if known. Judging points for Class 1: Workmanship- 40 points, Quality-40 points, Showmanship-15 points, Labeling-5 points. Judging points for Class 2 & 3: Quality –65 points, Rarity-5 points, Showmanship-15points, Labeling-15 points. Lot # Name 1. Cabochons, Four Corners area, 5-10 cabs 2. Cabochons, Native New Mexico 5-10 cabs 3. Cabochons, Other areas, 5-10 cabs

4. Faceted Stones, 5-10 stones 5. Jewelry pieces or sets in hand mountings 1 piece or set 6. Jewelry pieces or sets in commercial mounting 1 piece or set 7. Wire wrapped jewelry, 1 piece 8. Items not jewelry, made of rocks or gems 9. Tumbled stones, 10-15 pieces 10. Polished flats (slabs, geodes, etc) 5-10 11. Knapping, 5-10 pieces 12. Open lot * Class 2 - Mineral Competition Identification: Mineral class specimens must be labeled with the name of the mineral and the location at which it was found (at least the state and country or, if foreign, country, city or district. Judging points: Quality-65 points, Rarity-5 points, Shownanship-15 points, labeling-15 points. Lot# Name 1. Thumbnail Collection 1”x1” or smaller, 10-15 specimens 2. Miniature Collection 2”x2” or smaller, 5-10 specimens 3. Cabinet Specimens larger than 2”, 5-10 specimens 4. Single Crystal, all from one

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family, 5-10 specimens 5. Crystal Cluster, assorted sizes, 5-10 specimens 6. Minerals, all from one family, 5-10 specimens 7. Minerals, all from one locality, 5-10 specimens 8. Open Lot* Class 3 - Fossil and Rock Identification: Fossils must be labeled with name, location and geological era or period. Petrified Wood and/or wood casts and rocks should show name and location. Judging points: Quality-65 points, Rarity-5 points, Showmanship15 points, Labeling-15 Points. Lot# Name 1. Fossils, one location 5-10 specimens 2. Fossils, assorted, 5-10 specimens 3. Petrified Wood/Wood Casts, Rough 5-10 pieces 4. Petrified Wood/Wood Casts Polished, 5-10 pieces 5. Petrified Wood, Polished Slab, 1 piece 6. Petrified Wood, Tumbled, 5-10 pieces 7. Rocks, One Classification, 5-10 pieces 8. Rocks, General Location, 5-10 pieces 9. Open Lot


Round Robin Friday, August 12, 7:00 pm Beef Barn Show Ring Board Members: TJ Richards & Cody Hartsfield Department Head: Jennifer Justice 817 991-1426 DIVISION 1 DIVISION 2

Junior Showmanship 13 and under Senior Showmanship 14 to 19

RULES: 1. To be eligible contestants must have won top showmanship in one of the livestock divisions. Each Division must have a minimum of two contestants and three animals. 2. Both Junior and Senior Winners in Swine, Lamb, Beef, Goats, Poultry, Rabbits, and Horse Show will show their own animals in the Round Robin. 3. Contestants are required to have equipment needed to properly exhibit each animal, which can be used by all contestants. 4. All Barn Superintendents are required to have their showmanship winners to the Round Robin Department Head or the SJCF Board Office 1 hour after completion of their show.

Salsa Challenge Saturday, August 13, 6:30 p.m. Small Patio by Multi Use Bldg. Entry Deadline: August 12 Board Member: Lissa Currin 505-419-0971 It’s time to put your secret recipe to the test. Better yet, make a name for you or your restaurant. Enter the Salsa Challenge as an individual or as a business. Rules: 1. Prepare a minimum of one gallon of salsa. 2. Make sure your salsa is made and stored according to the health standards of the State of New Mexico. A food handlers license will be required for each booth. A copy must be attached to the entry form. 3. Check-in time is from 4-5 p.m. 4. Event will start at 5:30 p.m.

5. Chips, sample cups, and ice will be provided. 6. Contest will begin at 5:30 p.m., during which times your tables need to be staffed. Teams may decorate and dress in costume to gain votes for best booth. A plaque will be awarded 7. First, second, and third place will be awarded in each class. First place winners from each class will compete for Best of Division. All Best of Division winners will compete for Best Overall. People’s Choice will be awarded for the overall choice of the fairgoers. Divisions • 1- 18 and under • 2- Over 18 • 3- Commercial Class • 1- Salsa Red • 2- Salsa Green • 3- All Other

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Scarecrow Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 14, 10 am – 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Members: Sadie Shelton, 947-5823 Department Head: Michelle Wilson, 419-0195 Classes Class 1 Fair Theme Class 2 Traditional Class 3 Multiple Class 4 Character Class 5 All Natural, no newspaper or plastic fillers) Class 5 Other

Divisions Division 1 10 & Under Division 2 11 to 15 Division 3 16 to 20 Division 4 21 to 40 Division 5 41 to 60 Division 6 61 and Over Division 7 Special Needs Rules: 1. Entry must be free standing. 2. Scarecrow height must be no taller than six foot. 3. Materials used to stuff scarecrow must be natural. (Newspaper is acceptable) If vegetables or fruit are used, they cannot be punctured or carved.

4. Scarecrows must be loveable, friendly and humorous. Frightening, witch or monster faces on scarecrows will not be accepted. 5. Only one entry per exhibitor. 6. Best of show Rosettes and $25 cash awards may be awarded in each division. Additional $25 cash prize will be awarded for the following: Most Unique, Judge’s Choice, Most Original, Department Head Choice, and Best Natural

Sewing Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6, 10 am – 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 13, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Kim Martinez Divisions Division 1 10 & under Division 2 11 to 20 Division 3 21 to 40 Division 4 41 to 60 Division 5 61 and over Division 6 Professional Division 7 Special Needs 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have

not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. All entries must be clean and ready to hang. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions if there is sufficient competition. Divisions 1, 2 & 7 will be awarded the following cash premiums: First $3, Second $2 and Third $1. A $25 cash prize will be given to the Outstanding Seamstress from the Junior Division (1&2, Senior Division (3, 4, & 5) and the Special Needs Division. 4. A professional is one who has taught a class for compensation in the skill, which they are entering, or has been employed in that field. — 38 —

5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Class 1- Lady’s & Girls Garments Sub Class Name 1. Blouse 2. Bridal Gown 3. Casual jacket, lined 4. Casual jacket, unlined 5. Coat, lined 6. Coat, unlined 7. Coordinated wardrobe, 3 or more pieces 8. Dress, better cotton 9. Dress, better synthetic blend 10. Dress, party 11. Garment, any other 12. Jeans 13. Jumpsuit 14. Kit, garment only


Sewing (continued) 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Leather item Lingerie Overalls Robe Shirt Skirt Slacks Sleepwear Suit, two piece Swimwear T-shirt Vest Warm up, sportswear

Class 2 - Men’s and Boy’s Garments Sub Class Name 1. Jacket, lined 2. Jacket, unlined 3. Leather Garment 4. Pants 5. Shirt 6. Shirt, western 7. Sleepwear 8. Suit 9. Swimwear 10. Vest 11. Any other garment

Class 3 - Other Items Sub Class Name 1. Bath article 2. Blanket 3. Christmas Ornament 4. Doll Clothing 5. Kitchen Article 6. Pillow 7. Pillow Case 8. Purse 9. Stuffed Toy 10. Tote Bag 11. Any other Item

Spinning and Weaving Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 6 10 am - 6:30 pm

First $3, Second $2 & Third $1. The Four Corners Weaver’s Guild will give the following awards: One $25 cash premium for Division 1 & 2 combined (Judges Choice) and one $25 for Divisions 3, 4, 5 & 7 combined (Best use of Color). A La Plata Farms Award will be given for Best in Show Spinning and one for Best Use of Regional Wool (Four Corners Breeders)

Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 14 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Kim Martinez • • • • • • •

4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing.

Division 1 10 and under Division 2 11 to 20 years Division 3 21 to 40 years Division 4 41 to 60 years Division 5 61 & over Division 6 Professional Division 7 Special Needs

1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. All entries must be clean and ready to hang. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worthy of merit. First through Fourth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded. Division 1, 2 and 7 will pay the following cash premiums:

5. A professional is anyone who earns more than one thousand dollars a year from the sale of hand spun yarns, woven or felted items, or who receives fees for teaching this art. Class 1 - Handspun Yarn Yarn must be submitted in a 2 ounce skein properly tied. Lot # Name 1. Single ply, wool 2. Single ply, exotic fiber 3. Single ply, natural dyed by spinner 4. Single ply, chemically dyed by spinner 5. Multi ply, wool 6. Multi ply, exotic fiber 7. Multi ply, natural dyed by spinner 8. Multi ply, chemically dyed by spinner

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Spinning and Weaving (continued) 9. Novelty yarn, natural fiber 10. Novelty yarn, including all or part man made fiber 11. Other hand spun yarn

7. Rug, contemporary, hand woven, any medium 8. Rug, Native American, hand woven, handspun 9. Rug, Native American, hand woven, commercial yarn 10.Rug, Native American, hand woven, other 11.Rug, Rio Grande, hand woven, commercial yarn 12. Rug, Rio Grande, hand woven, handspun

Class 2 - Felting Lot # Name 1. Wet felted apparel 2. Wet felted rug 3. Wet felted household item 4. Wet felted accessory 5. Wet felted sculpture 6. Dry felted sculpture 7. Dry felted accessory 8. Other felted items

13. Rug, Rio Grande, hand woven, hand dyed 14. Blanket, hand woven, commercial yarn 15. Blanket, hand woven, hand woven, handspun, using natural fibers 16. Blanket, hand woven, handspun, hand dyed

Class 3 - Weaving Lot # Name 1. Garment, hand woven from hand spun 2. Accessory, hand woven from hand spun 3. Household item, hand woven from hand spun 4. Garment, hand woven from commercial yarn 5. Accessory, hand woven from commercial yarn 6. Household item, hand woven from commercial yarn

Class 4 - Fiber to finish exhibit Display of the steps taken to convert raw fiber (plant or animal) to a finished product. It can be small simple basket arrangement or a tabletop display. Photos may be used as an addition, but not exclusively. Lot # Name 1. Junior (17 and under) 2. Adult (18-65) 3. Senior (65 & over

Stickhorse Race Saturday, August 13, 2022, 11AM Lamb Barn Show Ring Board Member: Donald Hastings Department Staff: Sally Hood Eligible Ages: Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division 4

505-334-0674

NO EXCEPTIONS 2 years Division 5 3 years Division 6 4 years Division 7 5 years Division 8

6 years 7-8 years 9-10 years Other

Rules: 1: NO RUDE BEHAVIOR FROM ANYONE!!!!! 2: Participants must sign up prior to the race in the Lamb barn. 3: Must straddle the horse the entire race or be disqualified. 4: Must ride courteously. 5: 1st place winners in each division will receive a stick horse and ribbon. All others win a ribbon and prize.

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Swine Show

SWINE SHOW Wednesday, August 10 See Schedule of events for Times Jerry Connelly Memorial Ring

BOARD MEMBER: Kim Martinez 860-1568, Cody Hartsfield 320-3827 Department Head: Cody Hartsfield 320-3827 RULES: Refer to San Juan County Fair Rule Book Classes and Buckle Donors: Berkshire: Cow House Light Cross: Buckin’ B Designs BOPB: Rough-N-Ready Hogs Duroc: HS Showpigs OPB: Roots Home Health Care York: Crazy J’s Hot Shot Hampshire: Beaty Family Dark Cross: Basin Pump and Supply Co. OTHER BUCKLE DONORS:

Grand Champion Swine: Star Mobile Truck Repair Reserve Grand Champion: Stock Transportation Junior Showmanship: In Memory of Colton Candelaria Senior Showmanship: In Memory of Colton Candelaria San Juan County Bred: A&C Designs

Traveling Trophies: Jim Bowen Family, Justin Lesky Family, and Diana Farrow Family give this trophy to the grand champion Market swine. The trophy is to be held for one year and returned prior to the next year. Any engraving on the trophies is the responsibility of the winner. Flora Hesser Memorial Plaque – Will award a plaque each year to the Grand Champion Market swine. ADDITIONAL RULES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Animals must be clean before entering the scales to prevent any breed characteristic difficulties. Any animal not meeting the weight requirement will be allowed to stay if room is available. Bedding in pens must be sand or wood chips only. No Straw will be allowed. Pens must be cleaned daily and maintained for the health of the animals. No feeding or cleaning feeders in the wash bays. This area is for cleaning pigs only. Exhibitors and helpers in alleyways only on show day during their class only. San Juan County Bred Swine must meet SJCF Rules and requirements in order to show. No exercising pigs in the show ring at any time. No cleaning of feed buckets inside the barn. Use outside freshwater faucets.

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BOOSTER SHOW

Swine Show (continued)

The Booster Show is for Children ages 5-8 and participants do NOT have to be enrolled in a 4-H Club. Boosters may show a pig borrowed from another exhibitor, such as a sibling, Fellow 4-H Club member, or an FFA Exhibitor that has a pig entered in the market show. Only one entry per booster, and boosters should be able to properly show and control the pig in the show ring. Ribbons only will be awarded in this class for all participants. Pre-registration will be required, with signatures from the booster, parent and exhibitor (owner of the pig). The exhibitor will need to stay with and help the booster exhibitor during the BOOSTER Class.

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