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Exhibitors Handbook


2018 NEZ PERCE COUNTY FAIR

Fair office - (208) 743-3302 • 1229 Burrell Ave., Lewiston, ID 83501 General Rules, Livestock Rules and Regulations...............................................................................................................15 Cookie Jar contest...........................................................................................................................................................16 A. Beef Cattle-Open Class (CLOSED).......................................................................................................................16 B. Sheep & Goats-Open Class/Sheep & Swine Showing for Youth – Open Class (CLOSED).............................................................................................16 C. Art..........................................................................................................................................................................17-18 D. Beer-Homemade.....................................................................................................................................................21 E. Ceramics.................................................................................................................................................................22 F. Crafts......................................................................................................................................................................23-24 G. Field Crops.............................................................................................................................................................25 H. Flowers...................................................................................................................................................................26-30 I. Foods......................................................................................................................................................................33-36 J. Fruits......................................................................................................................................................................37-38 K. Gift Baskets............................................................................................................................................................41 L. Needlework............................................................................................................................................................42-43 M. Paper Crafting........................................................................................................................................................44-45 N. Photography...........................................................................................................................................................46-47 O. Poultry....................................................................................................................................................................48-49 P. Quilts......................................................................................................................................................................50 Q. Rabbits...................................................................................................................................................................53 R. Sewing....................................................................................................................................................................54-55 S. Vegetables..............................................................................................................................................................56-57 T. Wine – Homemade.................................................................................................................................................58 U. Leather/Metal/Wood...............................................................................................................................................61-62 V. Legos......................................................................................................................................................................63 4-H & FFA General Rules..................................................................................................................................................64 4-H & FFA Livestock Rules...............................................................................................................................................65-66 Department 1 - 4-H Clothing..............................................................................................................................................68 Department 2 - 4-H Fashion Revue....................................................................................................................................68 Department 3 - 4-H Foods and Nutrition............................................................................................................................68 Department 4 - 4-H Career & Leisure................................................................................................................................71 Department 5 - Special Contests........................................................................................................................................72 Department 6 - 4-H Beef....................................................................................................................................................72 Department 7 - 4-H Swine..................................................................................................................................................72 Department 8 - 4-H Sheep..................................................................................................................................................72 Department 9 - 4-H Poultry................................................................................................................................................72 Department 10 - 4-H Rabbits & Cavies..............................................................................................................................73 Department 11 - 4-H Goats.................................................................................................................................................73 Department 12 - 4-H Horses...............................................................................................................................................74 Department 13 - Livestock Judging Contest.......................................................................................................................74 Department 14 - Club Projects...........................................................................................................................................74 2017 4-H Award Sponsors..................................................................................................................................................75 2018 4-H Clubs and Leaders..............................................................................................................................................75 2017 4-H Youth Award Winners.........................................................................................................................................76 2018 Nez Perce County 4-H Horse Show Award Winners............................................................................................................................77

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Fair Board

Janet Sprute Chairman Lewiston

Paul Boyd

Gwen Heitstuman Vice Chairman Lenore/Reubens/Lapwai

Bob Carlton Lewiston

Kim L. Cannon Kendrick/Leland

Russie Hastings Lewiston

Tony Havens Lewiston

County Commissioners Doug Zenner

Bob Tippett

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Fair Days 2018 The Fair is a celebration of the special qualities of life in Nez Perce County. We encourage you to enjoy all aspects of the Fair ranging from 4-H livestock, horticulture, home economics, fine arts, and entertainment. The Nez Perce County Fair presents an opportunity for both young and old to exhibit their special skills and hard work. We encourage you to look through this book. If you’re currently an exhibitor, venture out and try your hand at entering in another department. It can be fun and educational. If you’ve never exhibited before, we would encourage you to give it a try. On behalf of the full-time staff, I extend gratitude to the Fair Board Members, County Commissioners, fellow public servants, and volunteers who are responsible for making the past Fairs a great success. Their support is imperative to produce an outstanding event for exhibitors and guests alike. I would also like to thank our permanent staff. We feel that we have a great crew who work hard all year to make the Nez Perce County Fair the premier event that it has been. We hope to see you at the Fair – Have a great time! Sincerely, Mike Orton, Manager

Mike Orton Manager

Bob Boyle, Gary Manlick, Matt Albertson – Crew

Jan Alldredge Secretary

Ann Watts

Assistant Secretary

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Judy Floch 4-H Coordinator • Shawna Reilly, Adm. Assistant

ENTRY TIMES

ADMISSION

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Enter all Open Class Exhibits in; Art, Ceramics, Crafts, Field Crops, Flowers, Foods, Fruits, Gift Baskets, Needlework, Paper Crafting, Photography, Quilts, Sewing, Vegetables, Wine, Leather/Metal/ Wood and Legos: 12:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Enter all 4-H Home Ec/Career & Leisure Projects: 8:00 – 10:00 a.m Enter & Weigh-In 4-H & FFA Large Animals (closed to open class) Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goats: 3:00 – 8:00 p.m. All Open Class, 4-H & FFA Small Animals Rabbits, Poultry Cavy: 2:00 – 8:00 p.m.

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General (13-59) ..................................... $8.00 Children 6-12 ....................................... $5.00 5 & Under ...........................................FREE Senior (60+) .......................................... $6.00 Thursday Senior Day – 2 for the Price of 1

PASSES

Family: 2A – 4C (to 18 yr) ................ $25.00 Individual Run of Fair (13-59) ......... $22.00 Senior Run of Fair (60+) ................... $15.00 4-H Parent (Run of Fair) ................... $10.00

HOURS:

THURSDAY: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. FRI & SAT: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. SUNDAY: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR AWARD SPONSORS FOR 2018

4 FRENDZ MEAT MARKET A & B Foods AGPRO ArtBeat BECKY’S FABRIC & BERNINA BERT HENRIKSON MEMORIAL BRUCE & ALICE BIRDSELL BLUE MT. ARTISAN GUILD BLUE RIBBON LINEN COSTCO CROWN GENERAL CONSTRUCTION DONNIE BARSTOW MEMORIAL AWARD ERB’S HARDWARE GARLINGHOUSE MEMORIALS HAPPY DAY CORPORATION RUSSIE HASTINGS HELL’S CANYON PHARMACY IDAHO WHEAT COMMISSION

INTERMOUNTAIN FEED EVA JOHNSON BERRY JEFFREY’S RESTAURANT KC’S BURGERS & BREWS LEWISTON TRIBUNE George Shreve Memorial LINDSAY CREEK VINEYARD M.A.P. TRAVEL CO., “At the Airport� MARGARET BURMAN MEMORIAL AWARD MIKE LORENZ CONSTRUCTION NEZ PERCE CO WHEAT GROWERS NORTH POLE CERAMICS ODOM NORTHWEST BEVERAGES Dorothy Wing Memorial ORCHARD LANES Patrick’s craft shop PATT’S GARDEN CENTER Cecilla Ricard Memorial

PRIMELAND COOPERATIVE PRINTCRAFT INC. RED STAR YEAST RIVERPORT BREWING RODGERS CJDR ROOSTER’S WATERFRONT RESTAURANT ROSAUER’S SEAPORT QUILTERS GUILD SMOKES N SUDS Sonic Drive-In STEVE CARLTON CONSTRUCTION VILLAGE CENTRE CINEMAS WANDA HAUF MEMORIAL AWARD WASEM’S DRUG WILLOW FLORAL CREATIONS WILTON ENTERPRISES YARN UNDERGROUND

A special thank you to all the Volunteers that have helped make the fair so special this year. A special thank you also to those that worked in the Fair Office. If anyone is interest in helping sponsor or volunteer for a department, please call the fair office at 208-743-3302 or email us at: countyfair@npcfair.org

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The Teddy Bear Lady Barbara (Bobbi) Chandler The Nez Perce County Fair would like to honor “The Teddy Bear Lady,” Barbara (Bobbi) Chandler, who has the Noah’s Ark Booth in the Fair Pavilion. She has been involved in the Fair for the last 41 years. Her goal was to participate in the Fair until she was 90-years-old. Having since turned 90, she has extended her goal to participate until she turns 95-years-old. Bobbi lived in Grangeville, Idaho from 1972 until 1978 before moving to Lewiston, Idaho. In 1974, while in Grangeville, Bobbi’s sister, Wanda, gave Bobbi a homemade Teddy Bear made by a cousin. Bobbi then fell in love with Teddy Bears. Not soon after, a shop in Grangeville needed items to sell, which inspired Bobbi to start creating Teddy Bears, Koalas and other animals. In Bobbi’s first year of making the Teddy Bears, she made 500 rainbow colored bears. In 1978, Bobbi moved to Lewiston where she started attending the Nez Perce County Fair. Her booth displays include selling Teddy Bears, clothing and other items. In 1985, Bobbi began creating the one item that always draws the attention of the children, her large cow, which the children can pretend to milk. Bobbi designs and produces the Biblerelated Turn-Over dolls & puppets. She also makes the clothing for the animals and has over 36 copyright patterns, which are available for sale in her booth. Bobbi married Howard Jackman five years ago. He is now known as Papa Bear and does the turning & stuffing of the animals as well as the heavy work for his wife. Thank you Bobbi for all your wonderful items you bring to the Nez Perce County Fair!

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NEZ PERCE COUNTY FAIR SCHEDULE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2018

Enter School & Group Projects (Preferably).............................................................................................8:00 a.m. –6:00 p.m.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2018

Enter all open Class Exhibits includes: Art, Ceramics, Crafts, Field Crops, Flowers, Foods, Fruits, Gift Baskets, Leather/Metal/Wood, Legos, Needlework, Paper Crafting, Photography, Quilts, Sewing, Vegetables and Wines.............................................Noon – 8:00 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2018

Judging all Open Class Exhibits includes: Art, Ceramics, Crafts, Field Crops, Flowers, Foods, Fruits, Gift Baskets, Leather/Metal/ Wood, Legos, Needlework, Paper Crafting, Photography, Quilts, Sewing, Vegetables and Wines............................8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Enter all 4-H Home Ec./Career & Leisure Projects................................................................................8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Judging all 4-H Home Ec./Career & Leisure Projects............................................................................10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Enter & Weigh-In all (Open Class -CLOSED), 4-H and FFA livestock: Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goats..... 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Enter all other Open Class, 4-H/FFA Animals: Rabbits, Poultry, Cavy................................................... 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

Entertainment............................................................................................................................................................. ALL DAY Nez Perce County 4-H Leaders’ Council Breakfast – All Welcome.......................................................7:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Airway (Orange Gate) & Main Front (Blue Gate) Open for early Fair Livestock Activities......................................8:00 a.m. Ugly Chicken Contest................................................................................................................................................ ALL DAY All 4-H/FFA Livestock Exhibitor Orientation (Beef/Swine Show Ring)....................................................................8:00 a.m. Judges Orientation for Beef Exhibitors........................................................................................................................8:30 a.m. Judges Orientation for Swine Exhibitors.....................................................................................................................8:30 a.m. Judges Orientation for Sheep Exhibitor.......................................................................................................................9:00 a.m. Judging 4-H/ FFA Swine Quality.................................................................................................................................9:00 a.m. Judging 4-H/FFA Sheep Quality..................................................................................................................................9:20 a.m. Exhibit Building Opens.............................................................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Antique Engine Display (Outdoor Midway)..............................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Petting Zoo/Camel Rides (Outside West-End of Pavilion)..................................................................... 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Judging Education Booths (Fair Pavilion).................................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Judging Market Beef Quality.....................................................................................................................................10:30 a.m. Nez Perce County Veteran’s Council Flag Raising Ceremony..................................................................................10:30 a.m. Judging Commercial Booths...................................................................................................................................... 11:00 a.m. Judging Stocker-Feeder Beef Quality........................................................................................................................12:00 p.m. Judges Orientation for 4-H and FFA Goat Exhibitors.................................................................................................1:00 p.m. Judging 4-H/FFA Goat Quality....................................................................................................................................1:20 p.m. Judging Breeding Beef & Dairy (Cow-Calf, Heifer & Dairy Cow) Quality...............................................................2:00 p.m. 4-H Fashion Revue (Fair Pavilion)..............................................................................................................................6:30 p.m. Exhibit Building Closes...............................................................................................................................................9:00 p.m.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

Entertainment............................................................................................................................................................. ALL DAY Nez Perce County 4-H Leaders’ Council Breakfast – All Welcome.......................................................7:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Airway (Orange Gate) & Main Front (Blue Gate) Open for early Fair Livestock Activities......................................8:00 a.m. Ugly Chicken Contest................................................................................................................................................ ALL DAY Judges Orientation for 4-H/FFA Rabbit, Cat and Cavy...............................................................................................8:00 a.m. Judging 4-H/FFA Swine Fitting & Showing...............................................................................................................8:00 a.m. Judging 4-H /FFA Rabbit Fitting & Showing..............................................................................................................8:20 a.m.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 (continued)

Judging 4-H / FFA Sheep Fitting & Showing..............................................................................................................9:00 a.m. Judging 4-H/FFA & Open Class Rabbit Quality..........................................................................................................9:30 a.m. Exhibit Building Opens.............................................................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Antique Engine Display (Outdoor Midway)..............................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Petting Zoo/Camel Rides (Outside West-end of Pavilion)..................................................................... 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Judges Orientation for 4-H/ FFA & Open Class Poultry Exhibits.............................................................................10:00 a.m. Judging 4-H/FFA Market Beef & Stocker Feeder Fitting & Showing......................................................................10:30 a.m. Judging 4-H/FFA Cat & Cavy Fitting & Showing.....................................................................................................10:30 a.m. Judging 4-H/FFA Poultry Fitting & Showing............................................................................................................10:30 a.m. Judging 4-H/FFA, Cat & Cavy Quality..................................................................................................................... 11:30 a.m. Judging Open Class Cavy Quality............................................................................................................................. 11:30 a.m. Judging Open Class Cat (CLOSED) Judging 4-H /FFA Poultry Quality, Open Class to Follow........................................................................................ 11:30 a.m. Judging 4-H/ FFA Goat Fitting & Showing...............................................................................................................12:00 p.m. Judging 4-H/ FFA Breeding Beef & Dairy Fitting & Showing...................................................................................1:30 p.m. Small Animal Round Robin (Cavy, Rabbit, Pet Goat, Cat, Dog, Poultry)..................................................................3:30 p.m. 4-H Large Market Animal Round Robin (Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goat) Beef Barn......................................................4:00 p.m. FFA Large Market Animal Round Robin (Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goat) Beef Barn.......................................................4:30 p.m. Twin City Twirlers (Inside Fair Pavilion)....................................................................................................................7:00 p.m. Valley’s Got Talent Contest “KOZE Z-Rock 96.5 Radio” (Z-Rock 96.5 Stage).........................................................8:00 p.m. Exhibit Building Closes.............................................................................................................................................10:00 p.m.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2018

Entertainment............................................................................................................................................................. ALL DAY Nez Perce County 4-H Leaders’ Council Breakfast – All Welcome.......................................................7:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Airway (Orange Gate) & Main Front (Blue Gate) Open for early Fair Livestock Activities......................................8:00 a.m. Ugly Chicken Contest................................................................................................................................................ ALL DAY 4-H / FFA Livestock Judging Contest..........................................................................................................................9:00 a.m. Exhibit Building Opens.............................................................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Antique Engine Display (Outdoor Midway)..............................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Petting Zoo/Camel Rides (Outside West-end of Pavilion)..................................................................... 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. 4-H Dog Costume Contest......................................................................................................................................... 11:30 a.m. 4-H Small Animal Judging Contest.............................................................................................................................1:00 p.m. 4-H/FFA Market Animal Sale (Beef Barn)..................................................................................................................4:30 p.m. Karaoke Contest Y-105 Radio (Z-Rock 96.5 Stage)....................................................................................................7:30 p.m. Exhibit Building Closes.............................................................................................................................................10:00 p.m.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2018

Entertainment............................................................................................................................................................. ALL DAY Nez Perce County 4-H Leaders’ Council Breakfast – All Welcome......................................................7:00 a.m.. – 10:00 a.m. Airway (Orange Gate) & Main Front (Blue Gate) Open for early Fair Livestock Activities......................................8:00 a.m. Exhibit Building Opens.............................................................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Antique Engine Display (Outdoor Midway)..............................................................................................................10:00 a.m. Petting Zoo/Camel Rides (Outside West-End of Pavilion)....................................................................... 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 4-H/FFA Member Scavenger Hunt............................................................................................................................ 11:30 a.m. Ugly Chicken Contest .(Winner Announced)................................................................................................................. NOON 4-H/FFA Parents Large Market animal Round Robin (Beef Barn).............................................................................1:00 p.m. 4-H/FFA Parents Small Animal Round Robin (Rabbit Barn) Cavy, Rabbit, Poultry, Pet Goat, & Dog......................2:00 p.m. FAIR CLOSES - SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!............................................................................................................... 3:00 P.M. Fair Exhibits Pick-up Time..........................................................................................................................................3:30 p.m.

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Additional Fair Parking will be available off Airway Ave. at the East and North ends of the Orchards Swimming Pool. Free parking and shuttle service will be provided to and from these locations beginning Friday evening through Sunday of the Fair. (Fri. 5:30 p.m.-11 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.)

THURSDAY & FRIDAY: Lewiston Transit System stops at the RED GATE on Burrell Avenue during the day only. Visit citylewiston.org/transit or call 208-298-1341 for route schedule & times.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS QUESTION: Who can enter exhibits? Answer: Residents of Nez Perce, Lewis, Latah, Idaho, Clearwater, Asotin and Whitman Counties. QUESTION: What does it cost to enter? Answer: Nothing QUESTION: Do I have to pre-register my entry? Answer: No. You will fill out an entry tag, the use of labels is preferred, when you bring your exhibit in on Entry Day at the fairgrounds. Order FREE labels from fair office prior. QUESTION: Where do I get an Entry Tag? Answer: Entry Tags are available at the fair office, Monday thru Friday 8 am-4:30 pm (Closed Noon-1pm). Entry tags are also available in the departments you enter in on entry day. Don’t forget to order FREE name & phone number labels from the fair office for your entry tags or use address labels. QUESTION: When do I bring my entry? Where do I take it? Answer: Entry day is on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 from Noon until 8 p.m. only. Your entry is to be taken to the department that you are entering in. Entry times are strictly enforced and late entries are not accepted. QUESTION: How do I determine what age division to enter? Answer: Check the department page in the Exhibitor’s Handbook you wish to enter in. Not all age divisions are offered in all departments. Enter the appropriate division according to what your age will be on September 1st, 2018. QUESTION: Can I enter exhibits in more than one department? Answer: Absolutely! There are more than a dozen departments to choose from. Read the Exhibitors Handbook carefully for the information needed on your Entry Tag; Age Division, Department Letter and Class Number.

QUESTION: Can I win anything? Answer: Yes, First Place (Blue) is $3.00, Second Place (Red) is $2.00, and Third Place (White) is $1.00, plus there are several special awards given, some with cash or gifts donated by local merchants. Check the departments for the different awards that are offered in Open Class Competitive Exhibits. QUESTION: How and when is my entry judged? Can I watch? Answer: The Nez Perce County Fair uses the Danish System of judging. Wednesday morning, through the day. Judging is closed to the public. QUESTION: When and where do I pick up my winnings? Answer: All open class premium money may be picked up at the Fair Office between 2-8 p.m on Saturday, September 22nd or 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Sunday, September 23rd and the week following the fair. No checks will be mailed. All monies not picked up by October 31st, 2018 will be donated back to the Fairgrounds. To pickup premium money $20.00 or over you must show a valid I.D. such as a drivers license. QUESTION: When can I pick up my entry? Answer: Sunday, 3:30 p.m. in the department entered, Sticker awards can be exchanged for silk ribbons at this time, if desired. Pick up time has been changed to 3:30 p.m. so departments can prepare exhibits for disbursement which allows paid fair patrons to experience fair in its entirety. Exhibits removed prior to designated pick up time will forfeit any premium monies due to them. No exceptions. Must pick up exhibit AFTER 3:30 p.m. Sunday.

QUESTION: I’ve sold things in the past. Do I enter as a “Professional”? Answer: “Professional” refers to anyone who derives or has derived the major source of their income from selling goods or services, or teaching a skill closely related to the subject matter of any class in the department and should enter in the “Professional” Division only. QUESTION: When can I see if I won anything? Answer: When you come to the Fair!

Exhibits not picked up on Sunday will be held at the Fair office for a reasonable amount of time and then disposed of without notice.

“It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings.”

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Not all Departments have a Senior Division  

 

          

   

JANEJANE DONAHOE DONAHOE 208-734-1234 208-734-1234

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              

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JANEJANE DONAHOE DONAHOE 208-734-1234 208-734-1234

F

       

(3) (3) F

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“SPECIAL FRIENDS” - NECKLACE “SPECIAL FRIENDS” - NECKLACE SET SET

Fair  Fair      (3) (3)   

   

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JUDGING SYSTEM FOR NEZ PERCE COUNTY FAIR The Nez Perce County Fair uses the MODIFIED DANISH SYSTEM OF JUDGING. The Danish System of judging is based upon established standards of quality for each type of product. In this system each exhibit is judged according to how well it meets the standard rather than how well it compares with other exhibits. The Danish System of Judging does not compare one person’s work to another. The evaluation is made against a project standard. The judge evaluates whether the requirements have been met. Stickers/Ribbons are awarded according to the degree that the member’s project meet the standards. A participation ribbon may be awarded to an exhibitor whose work fulfills the minimum qualifications. “EXCELLENT” BLUE RIBBON/STICKER AWARD Exhibits that rank “Excellent” meet the standards and fit well within the ability of most of the exhibitors. Blue indicates that the exhibit meets or exceeds product standards and meets exhibit requirements; overall, the work is of high quality—Excellent. Excellent does not indicate perfection, but indicates a high degree of achievement toward the elements in the standards for the exhibits. “GOOD” RED RIBBON/STICKER AWARD Exhibits that rank “Good” in relation to the project standards or expected achievement. Red means the exhibit meets minimum product standards and exhibit requirements; overall, the work is of average quality—Good. Either the general level of the accomplishment is less than excellent or enough specific shortcomings are found to cause the placing to drop from excellent to good. Red indicates good quality; however, there is room for improvement in the exhibit. “FAIR” WHITE RIBBON/STICKER AWARD Exhibits that do not meet the product standards and need much improvement. White indicates serious or considerable deficiencies in meeting product standards and/or exhibit requirements—Fair. These exhibits upon evaluation are found lacking and rate only average, acceptable or satisfactory for the standards established. SPECIAL AWARDS: An outline of special awards can be found in each of the departments’ pages. A Special Award will only be awarded by a Judge or a Superintendent providing an exhibit earns such merit. NO AWARD OR RIBBON Maybe given if exhibits who for one reason or another fail to produce that level of achievement which can be reasonably expected in relation to the specific class or performance in which they are entered. STICKERS CAN BE TRADED FOR SILK RIBBONS WHEN ENTRIES ARE PICKED UP ON SUNDAY AT 3:30 p.m.

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SUPERINTENDENTS OPEN CLASS DIVISION FAIR BOARD COOKIE JAR CONTEST

Sponsored by FAIR

BOARD & ROSAUER’S

A. BEEF CATTLE (closed)....................................................... Call Extension Office 208-799-3096 B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R. S. T. U. V.

SHEEP/GOATS (closed)...................................................... Call Extension Office 208-799-3096 ART..................................................Betty Goetzinger 208-743-1709, Sara Pfeifer 208-790-6427 BEER – HOMEMADE.........................................................................Mike Busch 509-751-7427 CERAMICS.........................................................................................Donna Cook 208-305-9549 CRAFTS...................................................................................... Joann Livingston 208-816-3791 FIELD CROPS....................................................................................... Del Harris 208-245-5668 FLOWERS................................................................................. Nancy Hasenoehrl 208-790-4276 FOODS ........................................................................................ Kathy Grossman 208-790-2070 FRUIT..................................................................................................Dixie Alford 208-843-2472 GIFT BASKETS . ........................ Jennette Gordon 208-791-4237, Betty Crocker 208-746-1888 NEEDLEWORK...............................................................................Lucille Pepper 208-746-0986 PAPER CRAFTING..............................................................................Judy Enger 208-746-4957 PHOTOGRAPHY................................................................................ Pam Russell 208-843-9313 POULTRY........................................................................................ .Leroy Gordon 208-791-7648 QUILTS...............................................................................................Jan Ridinger 208-413-8885 RABBITS ........................................................................................... Frank Heath 208-289-8411 SEWING.............................................................................. Amber Seipert-Larsen 208-790-8128 VEGETABLES...................................................................................Ed Browning 208-746-0679 WINE – HOMEMADE.......................................................................... Noel Beck 208-798-4556 LEATHER/ METAL/ WOOD..........................................Dora & Herman Hartung 208-553-4123 LEGO’S.............................................................................. Bruce & Alice Birdsell 208-746-3595

4-H Division

CLOTHING, KNITTING, CROCHETING................................................Mary Kay Law, Kathy Grant FOODS.................................................................................................Karen Hasenoehrl, Sandy Martin CAREER & LEISURE....................................... Betty Peters, Dawn Quigley, Lisa Smith, Karen Boyer BEEF........................................................ Buster Rudolph, Corey Pearce, Shane Presnell, Chad Koppel SWINE........................................................... John Dugger, Devin Boyer, John Bachman & Jesse Short SHEEP, GOATS..................................Nikki Nielson, Darreld Rasmussen, Janet Hughes, Jeff Northrup POULTRY............................................................................................................................. Joan Dugger RABBITS/CAVIES..................................................................................... Becca Koenig, Jason Phillips LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST................................................................................... Devin Boyer

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GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS

The Nez Perce County Fair Board has endeavored to provide a wholesome, affordable, family-oriented entertainment and education in an agricultural environment within clean and safe surroundings for our community. OPEN CLASS ENTRY TIME (Other than livestock): TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2018 * NOON TO 8:00 P.M. (NO CHARGE FOR ENTERING EXHIBITS) ENTRIES, ENTRY TAGS, AND EXHIBIT PICK UP • All exhibits for competition be grown, raised or crafted in Nez Perce County or adjacent counties: Lewis, Latah, Idaho, Clearwater, Asotin and Whitman. • All exhibits must be entered,(Tuesday, September 18, 2018, noon to 8:00 p.m.) and released (Sunday, September 23, 2018, after 3:30 p.m.), in the appropriate department. Late entries will not be accepted. • Entry Tags can be picked up prior to entry day in the pavilion on counter outside the fair office. Pavilion hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Entry tag instructions on page 12. • Free Entry Tag Labels Can be ordered from the fair office PRIOR to entry day by calling (208-743-3302), stopping by or on line at www.npcfair.org , each entry tag needs two (2) labels. Use of labels are highly recommended as entry tag will not be entered if not legible and any premium due forfeited. Can use address labels too. • Allotment of space and management of each department will be in the hands of the Superintendent. • Management reserves the right to limit entries to facilities available and to limit the number of entries of an exhibitor. CODE OF CONDUCT • Anyone attending the Nez Perce County Fair either as an exhibitor, relative, spectator, superintendent, volunteer, judge or Fair official must conduct themselves in a manner that demonstrates the utmost respect for all other Fair attendees. They are to follow all rules and regulations outline in the Fair book and by judges, superintendents and Fair officials. • Alcohol is not allowed in any area with in the Nez Perce County Fairgrounds, including all Buildings, Parking Lots, RV Camping Areas, etc. Anyone found with alcohol in their possession will be asked to leave and/or lose privileges. Smoking areas provided. • NO SMOKING in any area where signs are posted (see Map on page 10 for designated smoking areas. • No trailers, campers, motor homes, may be occupied by juveniles unless accompanied by an adult.

EXHIBITS AND EXHIBITORS • Management reserves the right to reject any exhibit offered if it is deemed objectionable in any way, or requires excessive space. • All exhibits are under the control and direction of the Fair Board, Fair Staff and Superintendents while on exhibition. • Fair Board will provide attendants and 24 hour security (September 17th thru 23rd) to take all possible precautions for the protection of all articles on exhibit, but will not be responsible for loss, damage or injury to any kind of property. • NO GLASS - Wall Hangings made all or part of glass will not be accepted. JUDGING • The Modified Danish System of Judging, will be used in all open class departments. • All exhibits entered for judging must be entered in the name of the producer or owner. • A judge may disqualify any exhibit not of show quality. RIBBONS, PREMIUM PAID & SPECIAL AWARDS • All exhibits are judged for initial quality and ribbons are awarded as follows: 1st - Blue ($3.00) is the best followed by 2nd - Red ($2.00) and then 3rd - White ($1.00). Participation ribbon may be awarded to any exhibit not receiving a 1st, 2nd or 3rd place ribbon, but will not receive a cash award. • Premium will be paid out in front of the pavilion next to fair office as follows: ( Premium over $20 must have I.D.) Saturday (September 22nd) 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. / Sunday (September 23rd) 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. • Premium can also be picked up at the Fair office Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (CLOSED NOON TO 1:00 P.M.) NO CHECKS WILL BE MAILED. All premium money not picked up by October 30, 2018 will be donated back to the fairgrounds. • Special Award Gifts are sponsored by local businesses and individuals therefore gifts will be different in each department for different awards. AWARDS MAY VARY FROM BOOK LISTING. • Any exhibitor who violates any of the fair rules is subject to forfeit all premiums.

LIVESTOCK RULES AND REGULATIONS (IN ADDITION TO GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS)

LIVESTOCK OPEN CLASS ENTRY TIME: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 / 2 P.M. TO 8 P.M. 1. ALL OPEN CLASS LIVESTOCK MUST BE PRE-ENTERED BY SEPTEMBER 1, 2018. 2. All live open class animals must be on the grounds Wednesday, September 19, 2018 between 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. 3. Competition in livestock divisions limited to bona fide residents of Nez Perce County and/or 4-H and FFA members belonging to Nez Perce County Clubs and Charters 4. All animals entered at the fairground must be disease free. All cows over one year of age must have a legible brucellosis tattoo or ear tag. Heifer calves 4-12 months of age must be vaccinated for brucellosis. 5. All livestock exhibitors will show stock for the official judging when requested to do so by the Superintendent. ALL sheep & goats, regardless, must be Scrapie’s identified prior to arrival.

6. The Fair Management will furnish bedding for livestock, but the exhibitor must supply feed. Exhibitors are to provide their own feeding equipment. 7. Any animal that cannot be handled safely or is a danger to the public will not be allowed to show and will be removed from fairgrounds. 8. Any exhibitor using tranquilizers or any other unethical behavior shall forfeit all premium money, ribbons, awards and animal shall be removed from the show. 9. Animals not properly cared for will be removed and premium money withheld. 10. Care of all livestock animals will be consistent with production practices and accepted standards. Exhibitors must observe withdrawal periods and be aware of penalties associated with off-label use of all drugs.

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Cookie Jar Contest Sponsored by Rosauer's & The Nez Perce County Fairboard Jar of fancy assorted cookies made from different kinds of batters and doughs. These should be a variety of color and may be decorated if desired. The container MUST be a one gallon clear glass jar with wide mouth and lid so that the jar may be tightly sealed. The jar may be decorated if desired but extra "attention getters" will not be permitted. Jar must be filled and contain not less than seven (7) kinds of cookies. Bring one of each kind of cookie in a small box so that the judge will not need to open the jar to taste them.

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1st - $50.00

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2nd - $35.00

3rd - $20.00

All jars should be picked up by entrant after 3:30 p.m., Sunday.

DEPARTMENT A - OPEN CLASS BEEF DEPARTMENT B – OPEN CLASS SHEEP & GOATS DEPARTMENT B1 – OPEN CLASS SHEEP SHOWING FOR YOUTH ALL ABOVE DEPARTMENTS CLOSED DUE TO LACK OF SPACE FOR 2018

FREE COUPONS CHILD THRU TEENS! ENTER YOUR PROJECTS IN DEPARTMENTS BELOW AND RECEIVE A SONIC WACKY MEAL OR SLUSH COUPON Child, Youth & Teen entries needed in the following departments: Ceramics, Crafts, Fruit, Gift Baskets, Needlework, Paper Crafting, Quilts, Sewing, Leather/Metal/Wood. Sonic Wacky Meal Coupon for each Child & Youth and a Sonic Medium Slush Coupon for each Teen entering an exhibit in an Open Class Department listed above. Only one (1) coupon per exhibitor per Department. Limited supply, first come first serve.

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DEPARTMENT ( C ) – ART

SUPERINTENDENTS: BETTY GOETZINGER (208) 743-1709 and SARAH PFEIFER (208) 790-6427 DIVISIONS CHILD - GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH - GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN - BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT - WHITE 19 - Over

PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER

DISABLED YELLOW

(Display Only)

ENTRY DATE FOR NON-SCHOOL and/or NON GROUP RELATED EXHIBITS: Tuesday, September 18 from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until finished. The Fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. (See Schools, Classrooms, Groups Below for Entry & Pickup Days & Times) th

GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Eligibility: All entries MUST be the work of the exhibitor and taken during or after Sept., 2017 and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fairs. Art needs to be original work without an instructor, not classroom copied. (Exception: School Projects) Art work of only high quality, in good taste and suitable for family viewing will be accepted. A “Professional” refers to anyone who derives or has derived the major source of their income from selling goods or services, or teaching a still closely related to the subject matter of any class in this department and should enter in “Professional”. Professional entries are not judged. Exhibit only. • Entries: Exhibitor may enter two (2) entries per Class, but only twelve (12) entries total in department. Exhibitors are responsible for identifying which category & class there item is to be entered in. • Identification: Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Exhibit name needs to identify Art subject. Use address labels or order labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. Entry MUST also have exhibitors name, address & phone number on back. Size and framing of entries: Maximum Size: 20” x 24” Including frame. Anything larger may not be accepted due to limited space. Paintings must be dry, framed and substantially wired. (No taped strong or saw tooth hangers will be accepted) Flat art pieces that do not require a frame, but need to be hung for display, must be matted (professional matting is NOT necessary) and have a substantial hanging device that will support the weight of the piece. NO GLASS IS ALLOWED!! Canvas paintings must have edges painted or framed. • All possible care is taken, but no responsibility for loss or damage will be assumed by Nez Perce County Fair Board. SCHOOLS, CLASSROOMS & GROUP PROJECTS PRE-SCHOOL THRU 3RD GRADE • ENTER Monday, September 17th, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Preferred) and also Tuesday the 18th / 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. SIZE: (REVISED) Secure Projects on a 3’ x 7’ wall hanging, no larger or smaller. Can use two sheets but do not attach them together. • IDENTIFY: Write Grade Level, School & Teacher on a page placed in the center of wall hanging. Have students sign the front of their art work so family & friends can identify. • ENTRY TAG: One (1) entry tag should be completed per project with; Teachers Name, Name of School, Grade & Phone Number. Attach entry tag in the lower right hand corner of wall hanging. • Happy Day Cards: Fill out envelope for Happy Day Cards & turn into Fair office. They are offered on a first come - first serve basis to Pre-3rd grade classroom project’s only. 4-6TH GRADE INDIVIDUAL CLASSROOM PROJECTS / OTHER GROUPS In an effort to make entries from classrooms & other groups easier to enter and pick up we ask you to carefully read the entry & pickup procedures below. . • ENTER: Monday, September 17th, 8 am. – 5 pm. (Preferred) or Tuesday the 18th , 8 am to 8 pm. • PREPARE: Staple, tape or glue art work on construction or poster paper with 1” or less boarder. • ENTRY: One (1) entry per student. Students should create their own picture, not classroom copied. Each entry will be judged according to a standard and awarded premium ribbons according to how the entry met those standards. Prior to “Entry Day” – Pick up entry tags & “Individual Student Entries Form” at fair office Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Step 1) Complete (Contact us to print labels) entry tag for each student & attach to exhibit. Complete Exhibitor name on Entry Tag as: Last Name of Teacher - Last Name of Student. School phone number. (Step 2) Complete “Individual Student Entries Form” and fax completed form to fair office (208-746-9796).

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DEPARTMENT ( C ) – ART

SUPERINTENDENTS: BETTY GOETZINGER (208) 743-1709 and SARAH PFEIFER (208) 790-6427 WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR WITH ART • GENERAL APPEARANCE: Neat, clean, finishing techniques suitable to subject & medium. Catches the eye. • TECHNICAL: Techniques correct & consistent, composition balance. Leads the eye into the picture. • CREATIVITY & SUITABILITY: Originality or presentation of subject, choice of color combinations, medium & techniques suitable to subject. • WORKMANSHIP: Mounted neatly, clean and in accordance with department guidelines. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1ST Blue - $3 • 2nd Red -$2 • 3rd White - $1 STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Rooster’s Waterfront Restaurant, 1010 Port Way, Clarkston – ADULT – 1 Steak Calypso Sponsor: Hells Canyon Pharmacy, 523 Thain Rd., Lewiston - TEEN -LHS Bengal Gea Sponsor: Jeffrey’s Restaurant, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – YOUTH/CHILD Breakfast for 2 Each BEST OF CLASS - Awarded at judges’ discretion. CREATIVITY - Awarded at judges’ discretion. MOST CREATIVE EXHIBIT OVERALL Sponsor: ArtBeat, 103 Main St., Lewiston – Duffel Bag SWEEPSTAKES - One (1) each age division. Exhibitor must have earned three (3) Blue ribbons to qualify for sweepstakes. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Orchards Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – ADULT/TEEN – 10 Game Bowling Punch Card Each Sponsor: Village Centre Cinemas, Lewiston – YOUTH/CHILD – Movie Pass Each SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE: ADULT/TEEN/YOUTH/CHILD Awarded at Superintendents discretion. BEST USE OF COLOR IN A CATEGORY: Sponsor: Blue Mountain Artisan Guild, Pomeroy, WA - ADULT & JUNIOR(18 & under) - $20 Cash Each

CLASS NUMBERS

01. Oils 02. Acrylics 03. Watercolors 04. Pastel – Chalk or Oil 05. Pencil – Black/White or Colored 06. Charcoal 07. Pen and Ink 08. Scratch Board 09. Calligraphy 10. Collages 11. Computer Drawings 12. Sculptures – Metal, Wood, Clay, Wax, Paper, Stone

13. Fair Theme Art – “Country Roots & Cowboy Boots” 14. Poetry 15. Crayon 16. Marker 17. Color Book Page 18. Classroom Directed 19. Diorama (Tri-Fold) 20. Tole 21. Classroom Projects 22. Other

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DEPARTMENT ( D ) – HOMEMADE BEER

SUPERINTENDENTS: Pete Broyles (509)758-8889 & MIKE BUSCH (509)751-7427

NEW ENTRY DATE:

September 10th thru September 15th

ENTRY LOCATION:

Riverport Brewing Company 150 9th St., Suite B., Clarkston, WA 99403 509-758-8889

September 16th, 2018

JUDGING DAY:

GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Division Limited to: All Home Brewing Adults 21 & Older. • Entries will be judged according to the BJCP Style Guidelines. The entries will be assigned into categories based on the style of the entry and the number of entries received. Effort will be made to balance the categories so each entry can be judged accurately and fairly. • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor. • Exhibitors may enter as many Beer Style Categories as they wish, but are limited to one (1) entry per person per sub-category. • An entry will consist of two (2) bottles (12oz) brown bottles. All labels must be removed and any markings on caps should be blacked out. One (1) bottle for judging and one (1) bottle for Best of Show. • Best of Show will be judged separately among the category winners. • Exhibitors are responsible for entering their beer in the correct category. • Each beer entered will be judged on its own merits and by more than one (1) judge. WHAT JUDGES’ LOOK FOR IN HOMEMADE BEER • PRESENTATION: Appropriate bottle, cap & cleanliness, nice pressure release when opened. • APPEARANCE: Bright & Clear or Dark & Cloudy appropriate to category. • FLAVOR: Appropriate for style. Balance, finish/aftertaste, and other flavor characteristics. • AROMA: Full, rich or light, delicate flavor appropriate to category style. • MOUTHFEEL: Assessing the body (thin, watery, medium, full, thick), Carbonation level, alcoholic warmth, astringency. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – One (1) per department Sponsor: Riverport Brewing Company, Ninth St. Suite B, Clarkston – $50 Gift Certificate SWEEPSTAKES - Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: KC’S Burgers & Brews, 541 Thain Rd., Lewiston - $25.00 Gift Card SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. Sponsor: Orchards Lanes, 244 Thain Road, Lewiston – 10 Game Punch Card BEER STYLE CATEGORIES 01. Light Lager 02. Pilsner 03. European Amber Lager 04. Dark Lager 05. Bock 06. Light Hybrid Beer 07. Amber Hybrid Beer

08. English Pale Ale 09. Scottish and Irish Ale 10. American Ale 11. English Brown Ale 12. Porter 13. Stout 14. India Pale Ale (IPA)

15. German Wheat and Rye Beer 16. Belgian and French Ale 17. Sour Ale 18. Belgian Strong Ale 19. Strong Ale 20. Fruit Beer

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21. Spice / Herb / Vegetable Beer 22. Smoke-flavored And Wood-aged Beer 23. Specialty Beer


DEPARTMENT ( E ) – CERAMICS SUPERINTENDENT: DONNA COOK (208)751-1045

DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - 59

SENIOR PINK 60 & Over

DISABLED YELLOW

PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER (Display Only)

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until finished. The Fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fairs • One (1) entry per Class in this department. • Late entries will NOT be accepted. • Great care will be taken, but EXHIBITORS ENTER AT THEIR OWN RISK. • Purchased bisque (cleaned & fired before purchase). • Pairs and groups are accepted as a single item for entry and judging, as long as they are related (“for example” bride/groom) • Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN CERAMICS • OVERALL APPEARANCE: Clean, neat and finishing techniques suitable to subject & medium. • MOLDING: No visible bubbles. Proper hanging device or smooth bottom. • CLEANING: Seams not visible. No pock marks. Detail not removed • PAINTING: Smooth – no runs or fingerprints. Lines between paint colors are natural & smooth. Special technique(s) used – appropriate and well done. Color selected compliments article. • CHALKING: Enhances features of article. Applied in sufficient amount. • GLAZING: Evenly applied – no globs or puddling; no misses; bottoms must be finished. Glaze inside bowls, cups, etc. • CREATIVITY • PORCELAIN DOLLS: Cleaning & finishing porcelain / Detail Features: Face, Hair, Eyes, Hands, Feet / Body – Porcelain or Cloth / Completeness of Costume. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: North Pole Ceramics, 446 13th St., Clarkston – ADULT & SENIOR – $15 Gift Certificate Each Sponsor: Orchard Lanes, 244 Thain Rd, Lewiston – TEEN/YOUTH/CHILD – 10 Games of Bowling Card Each JUDGE’S CHOICE – Judge awards one (1) overall. BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – One (1) each age division. Exhibitor must have at least three (3) Blue Ribbons to qualify for sweepstakes competition. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Rogers CDJR, 1824 Main, Lewiston – ADULT – Car Wash Coupon Book Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell, Lewiston – TEEN - $10 Cash / YOUTH & CHILD - $5 Cash Each SUPERINTENDENTS CHOICE – One (1) per department. Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS PURCHASED BISQUE (01. THRU 15.) UNDERGLAZE 01. Any Variety 02. Miscellaneous GLAZE 03. Any Variety 04. Miscellaneous

STAINS 05. Opaque 06. Translucent 07. Metallic 08. Pearls 09. Wet Brush 10. Dry Brush 11. Combination 12. Miscellaneous

CHALK 13. Any Variety 14. Miscellaneous OVERGLAZE 15. Decals 16. Any Variety 17. Miscellaneous 18. Hi Fire

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STONEWARE 19. Any Variety 20. Miscellaneous 21. Molded 22. Hand Molded 23. Low Fire

GREENWARE ADAPTION 24. Any Variety 25. Miscellaneous DOLLS PORCELAIN 26. All Porcelain 27. Cloth Bodied 28. Purchased Bisque 29. Other than listed


DEPARTMENT ( F ) - CRAFTS

SUPERINTENDENT: JO ANN LIVINGSTON - (208) 816-3791 DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - Over

DISABLED YELLOW

PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER (Display Only)

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until finished. The Fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fairs • Only one (1) entry per Class in this department • Entries must be show quality, clean, finished properly. No fresh flowers! • Wall hangings need ends woven in, blocked, matted, framed with hanger, etc. Absolutely, NO GLASS WALL HANGINGS • A set of items will be judged as one entry • Great care will be taken, but EXHIBITORS ENTER AT THEIR OWN RISK. • Entry cards MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order FREE labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN CRAFTS • GENERAL APPEARANCE: Neat, clean, finished techniques enhanced finished item. • WORKMANSHIP: Consistent use of proper techniques, attention to detail, neatness of work (paint applied evenly & cleanly, no visible glue, etc.) balance of design & color, finishing techniques, workmanship appropriate to age of exhibitor. • SUITABILITY OF DESIGN, COLOR, CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS: Creativity of design, choice of materials, pleasing color combinations, type of materials appropriate to use of finished item. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Crown General Construction, Chris & Tera King, Lewiston – ADULT - $25 Cash Sponsor: Jeffrey’s Restaurant, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – TEEN/YOUTH/CHILD – Breakfast for 2 Certificate Each BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – One (1) each age division. Exhibitor must have earned three (3) Blue Ribbons to qualify for sweepstakes competition. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Orchard Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – ADULT – 10 Game Punch Card Sponsor: Village Centre Cinemas, Lewiston – TEEN/YOUTH/CHILD – Movie Pass Each SUPERINTENDENTS CHOICE – One (1) per department. Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS ASSEMBLAGE BASKETS No Kits – See Models (WOVEN BY EXHIBITOR) 01. To Scale 03. Fabric 02. Other 04. Paper 05. Pine Needles 06. Rattan / Wicker 07. Wood 08. Other

CANDLEMAKING 09. Dipped 10. Novelty 11. Molded 12. Other

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Collectibles must be owned by exhibitor, must Include 5 or more items. Must include a brief description of how you started collecting item, importance to you, etc. Large items will be accepted subject to space available. Items should be ready for display, attached to a board, in a case or in an appropriate container for the item.


DEPARTMENT ( F ) - CRAFTS

SUPERINTENDENT: JO ANN LIVINGSTON - (208) 816-3791 COLLECTIBLES 13. Antiques 14. Figurines 15. Modern 16. Nature 17. Sports 18. Other DECOUPAGE 19. Accessories 20. Furniture 21. Picture 22. Other FABRIC – ASSEMBLAGE 23. Batik 24. Novelties 25. Padded Albums/Frames/ Boxes 26. Flower Pounding 27. Soft Sculpture 28. Wall Hangings 29. Other FAIR THEME 30. Current – “Country Roots & Cowboy Boots” FLORAL, DRIED 31. Hats 32. Table/Centerpiece 33. Wall Hangings 34. Other FLORAL, SILK 35. Hats 36. Table/Centerpiece 37. Wall Hangings 38. Other

JEWELRY (Jewelry with feathers – see Nature Crafts; Jewelry with polished stones – see Lapidary) JEWELRY – GLASS BEADS 39. Accessories, Key Chains 40. Bracelet 41. Earrings 42. Necklace 43. Necklace Set 44. Other JEWELRY – PLASTIC BEADS 45. Accessories, Key Chains 46. Bracelet 47. Earrings 48. Necklace 49. Necklace Set 50. Other JEWELRY – WIRE WRAPPED 51. Pendant 52. Broach 53. Other JEWELRY – FINE BEADS (Seed Beads or Similar Size) 54. Loomed 55. Hand Woven 56. Other LAPIDARY (POLISHED STONES) 57. Jewelry 58. Stone Combinations 59. Miscellaneous

MACRAME/STRING ART 60. Jewelry 61. Wall Hangings 62. Other MODELING COMPOUNDS 63. Bread Dough 64. Clay 65. Fimo/Sculpy/E-Z Shape 66. Form 67. Other MODELS 68. Airplanes 69. Cars/Trucks 70. Ships/Boats 71. Rockets/Spaceships 72. Other NATURE CRAFT (Crafts made from Feathers, Rocks, Shells, Gourds, Antlers, Etc ) 73. Jewelry 74. Other PLASTER 75. Carved Plaster 76. Hand-Casted 77. Pre-Casted 78. Other PLASTIC CRAFTS 79. Accessories 80. Fuse Beads 81. Sun Catchers 82. Other RECYCLED (Items re-purposed for a different use) 83. Useful 84. Ornamental 85. Other

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SEASONAL (ALL HOLIDAY’S) 86. Christmas 87. Fourth of July 88. Halloween 89. Thanksgiving 90. St. Patrick’s Day 91. Other SHADOW BOXES/FRAMES 92. Divided Boxes 93. Single Area Boxes 94. Handmade Frame 95. Other STAINED GLASS (FOILED / LEADED / ETCHED / FUSED) (Items that need to be hung will not be accepted) 96. Flat Panel 97. Dimensional 98. Other WOVEN 99. Rugs 100. Wheat 101. Other OTHER CRAFTS 102. Paper Mache’ 103. Plaster of Paris 104. Mosaic (Other than Beads) 105. Paint by Number 106. Other


DEPARTMENT – ( G ) FIELD CROPS SUPERINTENDENT: DEL HARRIS (208) 450-3851

DIVISIONS – NO DIVISION CLASSIFICATION FOR THIS DEPARTMENT ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m.. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • 2016 CROPS – Must be harvested since last year’s fair unless otherwise noted • Each variety will be judged separately WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN FIELD CROPS • QUALITY: In best & prime eating condition, not necessarily the biggest. • CONDITION: Clean, free from blemishes & disease. • UNIFORMITY: All specimens uniform in size, ripeness, shape, color • TYPICAL OF VARIETY: Varieties should be identified. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – One (1) per department Sponsor: Primeland, 1200 Snake River Ave. Lewiston – $25 Cash BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – Exhibitor with the largest amount of BLUE Ribbons. RED ribbons counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: AGPRO, 1112 ½ Airway, Lewiston – ADULT – $40 Cash BIGGEST SUNFLOWER FACE OVERALL – Measured from the tip of a petal one side of the flower, to the tip of another petal on the opposite side. (Class #19) Sponsor: Orchard Lanes, 244 Thain Rd. Lewiston – 10 Game Punch Card CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS WHEAT (1 Quart) SOFT WHITE 01. Soft White Wheat – Any Variety SOFT WHITE CLUB 02. Soft White Club Wheat – Any Variety HARD RED WHEAT 03. Hard Red Wheat – Any Variety DURHAM 04. Durham Wheat – Any Variety HARD WHITE DURHAM 05. Hard White Durham Any Variety OATS (1 Quart) 06. Oats – Any Variety

BARLEY (1 Quart) 07. Barley – Any Variety

BROOM CORN 12. Broom Corn – Any Variety

DRY PEAS (1 Quart) (May be 2016 Crop) GREEN SPRING PEAS – YELLOW SPRING PEAS 08. Dried Peas – Any Variety

DRY BEANS (1 Quart) (May be 2016 Crop) 13. Dried Beans – Any Variety

CHICKPEAS (GARBONZO BEANS) 09. Chickpeas – Any Variety LENTILS 10. Lentils – Any Variety CORN (5 Ears) 11. Corn – Any Variety

SMALL SEEDS (1 Quart) (May be 2016 Crop) 14. Small Seeds – Any Variety FODDER 15. Fodder – Any Variety SHEAF (Sheaf 2” Diameter) 16. Sheaf Legumes and Grass Any Variety 17. Sheaf Grains (Sheaf shall be 2” in diameter & 18” long at best of head)

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SUNFLOWERS – 4” Stalk 18. Sunflowers – Any Variety 19. Largest Sunflower (Measured from the tip of a petal one side of the flower, to the tip of an other petal on the opposite side. CORN (1-Quart) 20. Corn – Any Variety MISCELLANEOUS 21. Best Specimen


DEPARTMENT ( H ) – FLOWERS

SUPERINTENDENT: NANCY HASENOEHRL (208)790-4276

“MODIFIED DANISH JUDGING SYSTEM USED IN THIS DEPARTMENT” DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - Over

DISABLED YELLOW

PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER (Display Only)

2018 FAIR THEME: “COUNTRY ROOTS & COWBOY BOOTS” ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until finished. The Fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Completing entry tags and entering in the proper category is the responsibility of the exhibitor. • Entries in the wrong category will not earn awards. Parental supervision is required for children entering flowers. • Pre-ordered labels from fair office or address labels are recommended to expedite entry time. • Entries must have been grown by exhibitor. Unless otherwise specified. • When a section calls for a certain number of blooms, spikes, or stalks, please exhibit exactly that number. • All flowers must be named in spaces (3) provided on entry tag. This helps the judge and informs the public. • NO FLOWERING KALE ACCEPTED. • Great care will be taken, but Fair Committee cannot be held responsible for loss or injury. • If your entry is heavy be sure your container is weighted so as not to tip over. • Containers for Horticulture specimens will be furnished by the fair committee. Containers for all mixed bouquet entries must be provided by the exhibitor. PLEASE, no expensive or antique containers. Containers or items should be identified with name & address typed on the bottom. • Wedging is permitted; wedges must be provided by exhibitors. • Please check with Superintendents before watering, rearranging exhibits, or to change wilted flowers. • Exhibitor is required to keep flower in show condition, which may require replacing. If severely wilted superintendent may remove from judging. NO EXHIBIT, RIBBON OR ENTRY may be removed before 5:30 p.m. Sunday as stated in the General Fair Rules. • Entries in ARTISTIC DESIGN must be the work of the exhibitor, but not necessarily grown by the exhibitor. Accessories are permitted. NO ARTIFICAL FLOWERS OR FOLIAGE PERMITTED IN ARRANGEMENTS. Fresh materials should predominate except where otherwise stated. Limited amount of treated material permitted. Must be constructed so arrangement can be moved. • HORTICULTURE entries grown outside of the area, which are oversized, or for any other reason do not fit into a defined class shall be placed in a noncompetitive, general interest display. • NO container plant with a contagious disease or insect infestation will be accepted for entry. SELECTING ENTRIES • Cut your flowers in late afternoon the day before they are to be exhibited. Cutting should be done at about 4 pm, since at that time there is the greatest amount of sugar in the leaves; unless it is extremely hot weather, at which cutting time in the early morning is optimum. • Place the flowers immediately in water that has been set out in the garden all day. Keep flowers in water, in a cool, dark place overnight. To arrange, cut stems cleanly at an angle under water with a sharp knife and place in water-filled vase or container • GROOM PLANTS WELL! Cut stems as long as possible. All stems should be in proportion to the flower. Flowers • must have their own attached foliage. All foliage below the water line should be removed. Foliage should be clean. Any broken or disfigured foliage or petals should be removed, as foliage and stems as well as blooms count in judging. It is better to have more stem and foliage than too little. Attached foliage must accompany bloom entries in order to show flower as grown. Exception is made where bloom has no foliage.

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DEPARTMENT ( H ) – FLOWERS

SUPERINTENDENT: NANCY HASENOEHRL (208)790-4276 DEFINITIONS • Flower Types SPRAY – Several flowers or clusters of flowers on a branched stem, each having its own stem. Examples. Petunias, Cosmos BLOOM – Single flower on one stem. Example: Zinnia, Dahlia, Rose SPIKE - Lengthened flower clusters in which flowers are practically seamless. Examples: Snapdragons, Gladiolus STALK – A stem, shaft, or slender supporting part of a plant. Example: Lilies DISPLAY – A larger entry of one (1) type of flower containing more blooms, spikes, sprays or stalks. • Mixed Bouquet – An arrangement using two (2) or more kinds of flowers from classes within a category. (Example: mixed aster bouquet could be made up of ball form, shaggy form & single flower form) • Houseplants – Plants grown in ordinary rooms of a dwelling rather than requiring greenhouse conditions & expert care. • Foliage Plants – Plants grown primarily for attractiveness & abundance of foliage (Examples of foliage houseplant forms: Erect-com.plant; Spreading – fern; Vining – pothos. • Flowering Plants – Plants grown primarily for attractiveness & abundance of flowers. • Wedging – Insertion of a material such as foil, wood or foam rubber in the neck of a horticulture container to hold specimens in a proper pose. • Container Planters – Different types of plants, usually three (3) or more, artistically grouped in a single container. Terrariums & dish gardens are specialty planters which may include appropriate, in-scale accessories. TERRARIUMS – See-through containers, chiefly or wholly closed which hold groupings of suitable, thriving plants. DISH GARDENS – Relatively shallow containers holding uncovered groupings of suitable thriving plants. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW: “HORTICULTURE DIVISION” – Awarded by judges in each age division if entry merits. Sponsor: Willow Creative Floral, (208) 746-1016, Lewiston – ADULT – Gift Basket Sponsor: Orchards Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – JUNIOR (8 TO 18 yrs) 10 Game Bowling Punch Card “ARTISTIC DIVISION” – 1st , 2nd & 3rd places awarded at judges’ discretion. 1st Place Sponsor: Willow Creative Floral, 1018 Alder, Lewiston - Gift Basket 2nd Place Sponsor: Rogers CDJR, 1824 Main, Lewiston – Car Wash Coupons 3rd Place Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell, Lewiston – $10 Cash BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. Larger more diverse classes may warrant more than (1) BEST VASE OF MINIATURE FLOWERS - M.A.P. Travel Co. “At the Airport”, - $10 Cash SWEEPSTAKES – One (1) each age division. Exhibitor must have at earned (3) Blue ribbons to qualify for sweepstakes SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – Awarded at superintendent’s discretion in each age division. TRIBUTE AWARDS: MARGARET BURMAN FLORICULTURE MEMORIAL AWARD – ADULT - Best exhibit of five (5) vases of flowers. Each vase containing a different species with three (3) flowers in each vase. Winner receives $25 Cash DONNIE BARSTOW MEMORIAL AWARD – Best of Class Rose – ADULT – $25 Cash CECILLIA RICARD MEMORIAL AWARD – Best Dahlia – ADULT – $20 Gift Certificate Sponsored by: Patt’s Garden Center, 1280 Port Dr., Clarkston BERT HENRIKSEN MEMORIAL AWARD – LARGEST DAHLIA - Measured at widest point. - $25 Cash

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SUPERINTENDENT: NANCY HASENOEHRL (208) 790-4276 CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS ASTER 1 or 3 Blooms constitutes an exhibit or mixed colors. Asters will be sorted as to single, spider, shaggy, princess and tiger paws at the discretion of the superintendent 01. Aster, 02. Aster, Michaelmas Daisy (1-Spray) 03. Aster Bouquet, 7 or more blooms BEGONIAS 04. Tuberous Type 05. Fiberous (Wax Leaf) 06. Any Other Specimen BONSAI 07. Any variety CELOSIA 1 or 3 Flower head constitutes an Exhibit 08. Crested Cockscomb Tall 09. Crested Cockscomb Dwarf 10. Plume or Feathered, Tall 11. Plume or Featherhead, Dwarf 12. Other than listed CHRYSANTHEMUMS Spray: 3 or more blooms Flowers up to 3” each 13. Decorative Spray 14. Pompon Spray 15. Single/Semi-double Spray 16. Anemone Spray 17. Spoon Spray 18. Reflex Disbud 19. Regular Incurve Disbud 20. Decorative Disbud 21. Intermediate Incurve Disbud 22. Single/ Semi-double Disbud

BALL DAHLIAS 49. Over 3 ½ inches 50. Miniature 2 – 3 ½ inches 51. Pompon under 2 inches

23. Anemone Disbud 24. Spoon Disbud Vase of 5 or More Sprays 25. Same Cultivar 26. Mixed Cultivars Vase of 5 or more Disbuds 27. Same Cultivar 28. Mixed Cultivars DAHLIA Must be disbudded and exhibited with a pair or more leaves attached. Stem length must be in balance with size of bloom. 1 or 3 blossoms constitutes an exhibit in classes 29 though 63. AA DAHLIAS 10” OR MORE IN DIAMETER 29. Formal Decorative 30. Informal Decorative 31. Semi Cactus 32. Straight & Incurve Cactus A DAHLIAS 8” – 10” 33. Formal Decorative 34. Informal Decorative 35. Semi Cactus 36. Straight & Incurve Cactus B DAHLIAS 6”-8” 37. Formal Decorative 38. Informal Decorative 39. Semi Cactus 40. Straight & Incurve Cactus BB DAHLIAS 4”-6” 41. Formal Decorative 42. Informal Decorative 43. Semi Cactus 44. Straight and Incurve Cactus MINIATURE DAHLIAS UNDER 4” 45. Formal Decorative 46. Informal Decorative 47. Semi Cactus 48. Straight and Incurve Cactus

DAHLIAS OTHER 52. Water Lily 53. Stellar 54. Fimbriated or Laciniated 55. Collarette 56. Single 57. Novelty Open Center 58. Novelty Double Center 59. Orchid 60. Peony 61. Anemone 62. Mignon Single 63. Miniatures other than class 62 or a ball dahlia 64. Garden Dahlia 65. Exhibit of (3) dahlias AA and/or A combination, one or more types. One color or mixed. 66. Exhibit of (3) dahlias BB and/or B combination, one or more types. One color or mixed. 67. Exhibit of (5) dahlias miniature, one or more types. One color or mixed. 68. Exhibit of (5) dahlias open centered, one or more types. One color or mixed. DAISIES 1 or 3 Blooms constitutes an Exhibit, unless otherwise specified 69. Daisy, Shasta 70. Daisy, Coreopsis 71. Daisy, Black-eyed Susan 72. Daisy, African Osteospermum 73. Daisy, Rudbekia 74. Daisy, Echinacea 75. Daisy, Other than listed

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DELPHINIUMS 1 or 3 Spikes constitutes an Exhibit 76. Single, one spike 77. Double or Semi-Double EVERLASTINGS Stems without water, not to exceed 30”, entries in this division may be grown in previous growing season 78. Strawflower, air dried only (1or 3 blooms or sprays) 79. Statice, air dried sprays (1 or 3 sprays) 80. Other flower varieties, air dried (1or 3 sprays). 81. Other flower varieties artificially preserved (1or 3 blooms or sprays) 82. Pods, air dried (1 or 3 stems) 83. Pods artificially preserved. (1 or 3 stems) 84. Foliage, air dried (1 or 3 stems) 85. Foliage, artificially preserved (1 or 3 stems) GERANIUMS 86. Flowering Zonal, 1 stem 87. Flowering, Martha Washington, 1 stem 88. Flowering, Ivy leaf trailing, 1 stem 89. Flowering, other variety, 1 stem 90. Foliage, Scented, 1 stem 91. Foliage, Fancy Leaf, 1 stem Pot diameter maximum 10”. Plants must be in possession of Exhibitor minimum of 60 days prior to show 92. Flowering potted specimen, any type


DEPARTMENT ( H ) – FLOWERS

SUPERINTENDENT: NANCY HASENOEHRL (208)790-4276 GLADIOLUS 1 or 3 Spikes constitutes an Exhibit 93. Giant, flower measuring over 4-1/2” 94. Medium, flower measuring 2” – 4-1/2” 95. Miniature, flower measuring under 2” HOUSEPLANTS Plants must have been potted and in the possession of Exhibitor 3 months prior to show. Multiple entries in class must be named 96. Foliage Plant 97. Flowering Plant 98. African Violet 99. Succulents, Cactus 100. Planters, Terrariums 101. Dish Garden Planter 102. Hanging Plant, Foliage 103. Hanging Plant, Flowering. 104. Other House Plants MARIGOLDS Foliage must be displayed, 1 or 3 Blooms 105. Marigolds, African 106. Marigold, French Single -2-1/2” or under 107. Marigold, French Double -2-1/2” or under 108. Marigold, Mini Flowered Gem 109. Pot Marigold, Calendulas Perennials 110. Marigold, Other Than Listed 111. Marigold, Mixed Bouquet & 7 or more Blooms ORCHIDS 112. Potted any variety or species ORNAMENTAL GRASS Exhibit consists of 1-3 Stems. 42” Max. Height 113. Foliage 114. Foliage with seed heads

ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS & VINES Trees not included, 1 stem, 12” to 30” Long. 1-3 Blooms, sprays or spikes constitutes an exhibit. 115. Flowering Type, Hydrangea 116. Flowering Type, Other 117. Fruiting Types, Pyracantha 118. Fruiting Types, Other 119. Foliage, Evergreen 120. Foliage, Broadleaf 121. Foliage, Deciduous 122. Foliage, Ivy 123. Other Varieties OTHER ANNUAL FLOWERS FOLIAGE PLANTS 1-3 Blooms, sprays or spikes constitutes an exhibit in one or assorted colors 124. Cosmos Sprays 125. Pansy or Viola 126. Nasturtium 127. Alyssum 128. Other Flower Varieties (a Bloom) 129. Other Flower Varieties (a Spray or Spike) 130. Mixed Bouquet - (5) or more stems 131. Foliage Plant FLOWERS, FOLIAGE AND PERENNIAL PLANTS 1-3 Blooms, sprays or spikes constitutes an exhibit in one or assorted colors 132. Flower/Hosta (a Bloom) 133. Flower/Hosta (a Spray, Stem or Spike) 134. Perennial Sedum – “Tall” 135. Groundcover – Foliage, Flowers, Ivy 136. Flowering Bulbs 137. Foliage/Succulant Plant, any variety 138. Planters containing more than one kind of plant

OUTDOOR CONTAINER PLANTS 139. Foliage Plant 140. Flowering Plant 141. Hanging Plant, Foliage 142. Hanging Plant, Flowering 143. Mixed Flowers. 144. Dish Gardens 145. Fairy Gardening PETUNIA 1 or 3 Blooms constitutes an Exhibit 146. Single 147. Double 148. Miniature 149. Mixed Bouquets (7 or more Sprays) ROSES Blooms should be picked ¼ - ½. 1 – Bloom or spray Constitutes an Exhibit unless otherwise specified. Put Name Variety of Rose on Entry Tag 150. Named Hybrid Tea (1 bloom) 151. Named Floribunda (1 spray) 152. Named Grandiflora (1 spray or bloom) 153. Named Polyanthus (1 spray) 154. Named Miniature (1 spray) 155. Named Miniature, (1 bloom) 156. Named Miniature, (1 variety, 5 blooms) 157. Named Climbing (1-spray) 158. Any other Named Variety (1 bloom or spray) 159. Any other Named Variety (3 blooms) 160. Unnamed Hybrid Tea (1 bloom) 161. Unnamed Floribunda (1 spray)

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162. Unnamed Grandiflora (1 spray or bloom) 163. Unnamed Polyanthus (1 spray) 164. Unnamed Miniature (1 spray) 165. Unnamed Miniature (1 bloom) 166. Unnamed Miniature (1 variety, 5 blooms) 167. Unnamed climbing (1 spray) 168. Any other unnamed variety (1 bloom or spray) 169. Any other unnamed variety (1 variety, 3 blooms) 170. Named “Old” Rose (1 spray or 1 bloom) 171. Named “Old” Rose (1 variety, 3 blooms) 172. Unnamed “Old” Rose (1 spray or bloom) 173. Unnamed “Old” Rose (1 variety, 3 blooms) 174. Rose Bud any variety 175. Mixed Bouquet, 7 or more blooms 176. Vase Miniature SNAPDRAGONS 1 or 3-Spikes constitutes an exhibit 177. Snapdragons, Dwarf 178. Snapdragons, Butterfly 179. Snapdragons, other than listed SUNFLOWERS 1 or 3 Bloom constitutes an Exhibit 180. Sunflower, Small (1”- 5”) 181. Sunflower, Medium (6” – 10”) 182. Sunflower, Large (10” + ) 183. Sunflower, Mixed Bouquet 7 or more flowers


DEPARTMENT ( H ) – FLOWERS

SUPERINTENDENT: NANCY HASENOEHRL (208)790-4276 ZINNIAS 1 or 3 - Blooms constitutes an Exhibit, unless otherwise specified 184. Zinnia, cactus, over 4 ½” Giant 185. Zinnia, cactus, Medium 2”- 4 ½” 186. Zinnia, giant over 4 ½” 187. Zinnia, Medium 2” – 4 ½” 188. Zinnia, small variety, under 2” 189. Zinnia, Mexican type 190. Zinnia, other than listed 191. Zinnia, mixed bouquet, 7 or more flowers

ARTISTIC CATEGORIES FROM 2018 THEME: “COUNTRY ROOTS & COWBOY BOOTS” 192.WAGON WHEELS: Circular Design 193. HARVEST TIME: Use all dried material 194. JOHN DEERE: Bright green & yellow design – Miniature 195. WORK BOOTS: Design in a cowboy or work boot 196. FARM ROOTS: Design in an antique farm implement 197. HOE DOWN: Design in a gardening container 198. DON’T FENCE ME IN 199. HAY BALES: Design on a small hay bale

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DEPARTMENT ( I ) - FOODS

SUPERINTENDENTS: KATHY GROSSMAN (208) 790-2070 DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - Over

DISABLED YELLOW

PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER (Display Only)

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be made by the exhibitor, completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fairs • Entries are limited to one (1) per exhibitor under each Class unless noted. • Exhibitor must enter correct age division. Disabled exhibitors please state age if under 19. • Care will be taken with all entries but exhibitors enter at their own risk. • Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR WITH FOOD • APPEARANCE: Product free from mold, discoloration & blemishes, uniform size & shape, holds shape well, clear liquids. • PACK: Good proportion of liquids & solids, adequate headspace, liquid covers product, little or no floating product. • CONTAINER: Clean standard canning jar with two-piece lids, exhibited and judged with screw bands. • LABEL: Fair Committee will provide canning labels. Label will display Product Name, Processing Method, Processing Time, Pounds of Pressure and Date of Preparation. Label should be neatly placed and not covering product. AWARDS – CANNING & BAKED GOODS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue - $3 • 2nd Red - $2 • 3rd White - $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in Baked Goods & Canning in each age division if merited. Sponsor: Rogers, CDJR, 1824 Main, Lewiston – BAKING: ADULT – Car Wash Coupon Book ($25 Value) Sponsor: Erb’s Ace Hardware, 141 Thain Rd., Lewiston – CANNING: ADULT – $25 Gift Card Sponsor: Jeffrey’s Restaurant, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – BAKING & CANNING: TEEN/YOUTH/CHILD – Breakfast for 2 Gift Certificates Each. BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – One (1) each age division. Exhibitor must have earned (3) Blue Ribbons to qualify for sweepstakes. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Crown General Construction, Chris & Tera King, Lewiston BAKING: ADULT – $25 Cash Sponsor: Orchard Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston - CANNING: ADULT – $10 Game Card Punch Sponsor: Village Centre Cinemas, Lewiston, BAKING & CANNING – TEEN – MOVIE PASS Each SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – One (1) Baked & One (1) Canning. Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. best FRUIT PIES – 1st BEST – $15 Gift Card / 2nd BEST – $10 Gift Card / 3rd BEST – $5 Gift Card Sponsor: Rosauer’s Supermarket, 322 Thain Rd, Lewiston best of class (#12 thru 17) of canned meat overall Sponsor: 4 Frendz Meat Market, 1342 Bridge St, Clarkston - $25 Gift Certificate NEZ PERCE COUNTY WHEAT GROWERS AWARD Criteria: Any type of wheat based flour qualifies. Refer to www.wheatfoods.org for types. The Exhibitors will win: 1st Place Wheat Rolls - $ 10.00 1st Place Wheat Cake - $ 10.00 2nd Place Wheat Rolls - $ 7.00 2nd Place Wheat Cake - $ 7.00 3rd Place Wheat Rolls - $ 5.00 3rd Place Wheat Cake - $ 5.00 (Nez Perce County Residents Only)

IDAHO WHEAT COMMISSION Criteria: Any type of wheat based flour qualifies. Refer to www.wheatfoods.org for types. The Exhibitor with: The Best Loaf of Wheat Bread will receive $50.00 The Best Wheat Flour Cake will receive $50.00

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SUPERINTENDENTS: KATHY GROSSMAN (208)790-2070

To the “Best of Class White Yeast Bread” Red Star Yeast will award a prize to the Adult, winner. Thank you to Red Star for the yeast packets and coupons given away in the Food Department.

CAKE & CUPCAKE DECORATING WILTON AWARD

____________________________ CATEGORY/CLASS

ENTRY NO.____________________ Please check one in each group

____Hot Pack

____Pressure Canner

____Cold Pack

____Boiling Water Canner

Sponsored by: WILTON ENTERPRISES

Name of Product:___________________

To the Cake & Cupcake Decorating: “Best of Class” winners, Adult (19 – up) & Junior (8 – 18). Prizes can be picked up at the fair office starting Saturday, at 2:00p.m.

Date Canned:_______________________ Processing Time:____________________ Pounds of Pressure:_________________ Altitude:___________________________ CANNING LABEL PROVIDED BY FAIR BY COMMITTEE CANNING LABEL PROVIDED

FAIR COMMITTEE

CANNED FOODS

CANNED FOODS GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANNED FOOD GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ◦ All canned food must be processed in standard clear-glass canning jars with self-sealing two-piece lids. FOR CANNED FOOD All canned food must be processed in standard clear-glass canning ◦ Jars must have a vacuum seal. Jams must be exhibited and judged with screw·bands. · Jarstime must of have a vacuum seal. Jams must be exhibited ◦ Jars must be labeled with contents, type of processing (boiling water vs. pressure), process, pounds of pressure, altitudeand judged ◦ Adjustment. (Time and method of process should agree with USDA/PNW recommendations of the 1994 Edition.) ◦ Appropriate headspace requirements must be followed: ◦ Fruits – ½ inch / Vegetables – ½ to 1 inch / Jams and Jellies – ¼ inch / Pickles – ½ inch / Meats 1- 1½ inch ◦ The size of canning jar and product must meet USDA guidelines: Size appropriate to use. ◦ Cream Corn, mushrooms, peppers, jams, jellies and fish - In pints or smaller. All others in Quarts or less ◦ Salsa – Follow directions in PNW # 395 & include recipe. If recipe is not in PNW #395, process time is found by following time of included vegetable with longest processing time. ◦ Pie Fillings – One (1) entry per variety or type such as 1 pear, 1 peach, 1 applesauce, etc. • THE FOLLOWING ENTRIES WILL BE DISQUALIFIED: ◦ Foods processed and packed not following current (1994 or later) USDA/PNW recommendations, Ball-Bluebook Guide to Preserving ◦ Paraffin sealed Jams and Jellies ◦ Jars with zinc lids ◦ Foods in green glass jar or not in standard jars ◦ Foods improperly processed or packed ◦ Jars with more than 2” headspace ◦ Jars with added color, bleach, sulfite or other preservatives (Example: Baking soda may not be added to green vegetables & acids may not be added to non-picked foods with the exception of tomatoes and figs) ◦ Steam bath canning Current guidelines for home canning can be obtained at the County Extension or www.uga.edu/nchfp/publications/publications_usda.html for the USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning

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SUPERINTENDENTS: KATHY GROSSMAN (208)790-2070 CATEGORIES / CLASSES CANNED SOUP Can enter more than one per class if different variety 01.Vegetable – Name Variety 02. Meat – Name Variety CANNED FRUIT Can enter more than one per class if different variety 03. Fruits—Name Variety 04. Pie Fillings – Name Variety 05. Juices, Fruit – Name Variety JAMS, JELLIES, BUTTER & PRESERVES Can enter more than one per class if different variety 06. Fruit Butters 07. Fruit Jam – Name Variety 08. Fruit Jelly – Name Variety 09. Preserves – Name Variety 10. Marmalade – Name Variety 11. Other Butters, Jams, Jellies, Conserves, Syrups, Toppings Name Variety WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR WITH MEAT APPEARANCE: Color normal for cooked product, pieces suitable size for serving/excess fat removed from product PACK: Attractive, adequate head space, adequate amount of jelly or broth. CONTAINER: Clean, standard canning jar with seal and screw band. CANNED MEAT 12. Meat Broth Stock 13. Chicken/Turkey 14. Pork 15. Mincemeat 16. Beef 17. Wild Game

18. Seafood 19. Fish 20. Other WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN PICKLES & RELISH APPEARANCE: Product bright in color and blemish free of uniform size, shape & maturity olive to yellow green cucumbers with white translucent interiors. PACK: Attractive, proper head space, liquid covers product, little or not floating product LABEL: Neatly placed, not covering product SALSA MUST HAVE A DETAILED RECIPE ATTACHED. PICKLES & RELISH 21. Pickled Beets 22. Bread & Butter 23. Dill Pickles 24. Relish 25. Sweet, Whole Pickles 26. Sweet, Chunk/Sliced Pickles 27. Pickled Mixed Vegetables 28. Zucchini Pickles 29. Fruit Relish 30. Pickled Asparagus 31. Salsa (Attach Recipe) 32. Sauerkraut 33. Other SAUCES 34. Barbeque 35. Tomato 36. Ketchup 37. Chili 38. Spaghetti 39. Horseradish 40. Other CANNED VEGETABLES Can enter more than one per class if different variety 41. Name the Variety 42. Juice – Name the Variety

WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN YEAST BREADS: Bread should be completely baked that, when pressed upon, it will spring out immediately upon release of pressure. TEXTURE: The crumb should be slightly moist, tender, yet not crumble when compressed, light in weight in proportion to size, even grain, when sliced bread should stay firm COLOR: Uniform golden brown color on outer crust and a light tan color on the inside. CRUST: The crust of a standard loaf should be tender and of medium thickness. Wheat items should have a dark, firm crust white flour items should have a dark softer crust with a soft white center. VOLUME: Yeast items should be typically doubled in bulk from the original dough size. It should be a tall loaf and a round full roll, not flat or square. FLAVOR: The flavor should be nutty, agreeable to taste, and with no suggestion of sourness. MOISTURE: There should be moisture in the feel and taste of the item, but not wet or soggy. UNIFORMITY: Entries consisting of three of the same item, such as rolls should all be equal size BAKED GOODS -NO GLASS DISHESBREADS Place 1/2 loaf in clear ziplock bag YEAST BREADS 43. White 44. Sourdough 45. Whole Wheat (100%) 46. Whole Wheat Mix 47. Rye 48. Multi-Grain 49. Cinnamon Rolls 50. Rolls, White (3) 51. Sweet Rolls (3) 52. Other QUICK BREADS 53. Biscuits (3) 54. Coffee Cake 55. Dried Fruit 56. Fresh Fruit 57. Nut Bread 58. Muffins (3) 59. Vegetable 60. Other

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OTHER BREADS 61. Dark Machine Bread 62. White Machine Bread 63. Cornbread (4” Square) 64. Other SCULPTURED BREAD 65. Sculptured Bread WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR WITH CAKES APPEARANCE: Even thickness & surface. Frosted should have uniform icing: unfrosted should have a level top. TEXTURE/MOISTURE: Even fine grain, moist, doesn’t crumble when cut, springy when touched (exception: pound or Bundt cakes should be firm.) VOLUME: Should be high & light (unless pound or Bundt cake) AROMA: Pleasing, characteristic of type (e.g. white, yellow, chocolate, etc.) FLAVOR: Delicate, pleasing, not overwhelming, characteristic of type, balanced between rich & sweet


DEPARTMENT ( I ) - FOODS

SUPERINTENDENTS: KATHY GROSSMAN (208)790-2070 CAKES One (1) piece (no larger than 6” x 6”) on 8” paper plate placed in a ziplock bag. 66. Shortening Cake – Frosted 67. Boxed Cake, (Children Only) 68. Sponge Cake, No Frosting 69. Angel Food Cake, No Frosting 70. Chiffon Cake, Plain Unfrosted 71. Fruit Cake 72. Spiced Cake 73. Pound Cake 74. Bundt Cake 75. Cup Cakes (3) 76. Cake Doughnuts (3) 77. Fruit or Vegetable Cake 78. Other DECORATED CAKES All skill levels welcome to enter. Only the decorative frosting will be judged; you may choose to decorate a real cake, a styrofoam cake or can use a mold made of Rice Krispy Treats. No plastic decorations allowed. 79. Decorated Cake 80. Decorated Cupcakes (3) COOKIES Place on 6” paper plate inside clear ziplock bag 81. Drop Cookies (3) 82. Bar Cookies (3) 83. Biscotti (3) 84. Brownies (3) 85. Rolled Cookies (3) 86. Molded Cookies (3) 87. No Bake Cookies (3) 88. Refrigerator (3) 89. Filled (3) 90. Shaped (3) 91. Other, Name (3)

PIES Use disposable pie plates if possible NO GLASS OR CERAMIC PLATES NO CREAM FILLINGS OR PUMPKIN 92. Fruit – Name Variety 93. Nut – Name Variety 94. Meat – Name Variety OTHER BAKED GOODS 95. Sourdough, Baked Goods 96. Honey Baked Goods 97. Sugarless Baked Goods

WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN DRIED FOODS APPEARANCE & QUALITY: Uniform size & shape; free from visible mold growth and moisture; free from large seeds, very thick peelings or cores; color appropriate for product and method of pre-treatment (not overly dark), dry enough for safe long-term storage, lacking stickiness. LABEL: Neatly placed not covering product CONTENTS: (What it is?) DRYING METHOD: (Sun/dehydrator/oven-how?) LENGTH OF DRYING: (Minutes, hour, days, how long?) PRE-TREATMENT: (None/sulfur/juice, tell us what?) DATE OF DRYING: (When you started?)

DATE OF DRYING: (When you started?)

HOMEMADE CANDY (3 - PIECES) 98. Divinity 99. Carmel’s 100. Brittle – Name Variety 101. Mints 102. Chocolate Dipped or Molded 103. Fudge – Name Variety 104. Crunches 105. Sugarless Candy 106. Other (Name) EGGS JUDGE LOOKS FORUniform, cleanliness, and minimum calcium deposits on shell, freshness. Each entry needs to be placed in a paper bowl. 107. Name Variety (3) DRIED FOODS (NOT FROZEN – Creates moisture in bag) - Place in Ziplock Bag Can enter more than one per class if different variety. 108. Fruit (3) 109. Vegetable (3) 110. Fruit Leather (3) 111. Meat Jerky (3) 112. Other Herb Seed (In small plastic container or ziplock bag (NO GLASS) – limited to plants in which seeds are used as herbs and/or in foods.

DRIEDLABEL FOODS LABEL BY FAIR COMMITTEE DRIED FOOD PROVIDED PROVIDED BY FAIR COMMITTEE

DRIED HERBS 120. Party Mix – DRIED FOODS Can enter more than one per (Juniors Only-18 & class if different variety under) Least 3in differ (NOT FROZEN – Creates moisture bag) (BOL 113. Herbs- (Whole Dried Place in Ziplock Bag –ent ingredients Leaves) 121.per Granola Can enter more than one class–(Adults if different variety 114. Herb Seeds Only) 108. Fruit (3) 115. Herbs (3 Sprigs with 122. Popcorn Mix (Juniors 109. Vegetable (3) Only)(3 different fla whole leaves) 110. Fruit Leather (3)vors) 116. Herbs (Powdered) 117. Herbs (Crushed) 111. Meat Jerky (3) 123. Carmel Corn – (Adults SNACK FOODS112. Other Only) (ADULTS – 19 & OVER / 124. Other JUNIORS –Herb 18 & Seed UNDER) (In small plastic container or ziplock b APIARY 1 Cup constitutes an exhibit (Honey & Honey Comb) 118. Trail Mix - (Adults 125. Best display Apiary Only) Least 3 different (Beehive) product. ingredients DRIED HERBS 119. Croutons – (Adults Only) Can enter more than one per class if different variety

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113. Herbs (Whole Dried Leaves) 114. Herb Seeds 115. Herbs (3 Sprigs with whole leaves) 116. Herbs (Powdered, in small jar)


DEPARTMENT ( J ) - FRUIT

SUPERINTENDENT: DIXIE ALFORD (208)843-2472 DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - Over

DISABLED YELLOW

PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER (Display Only)

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • All fruits must be grown by exhibitor and identified. • Plate of three (3) constitutes an exhibit; Except; Berries (1 Cup), Cherries (6), Grapes (1-Cluster) • Plates will be provided on entry day by Fair Committee. • Entry cards MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN FRUIT (Grapes will not be judged by taste!) • CONDITION: Free from disease, insect, mechanical or other forms of damage. • QUALITY: In best & prime eating condition. Crisp, firm mature, not over or under ripe • UNIFORMITY: All specimens uniform in size ripeness, shape & color. • TYPICAL OF VARIETY: Varieties should be identified. Be typical of the type & variety. Avoiding unusual or non-typical types of exhibits for show purposes. • SIZE: Do not select specimens on the basis of size alone. Very large specimens may not be tender or flavorful. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Lewiston Tribune, Lewiston / GEORGE SHREVE MEMORIAL – ADULT - $50 Cash Sponsor: Orchards Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – JUNIOR (8 – 18 yrs) – 10 Game Punch Card BEST OF VARIETY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – One (1) each age division. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. (Minimum of 5 ribbons) RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Rogers CDJR, 1824 Main St., Lewiston – ADULT – Car Wash Coupon Book Sponsor: Village Centre Cinemas, Lewiston – TEEN – Movie pass SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – One (1) per department. Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. CATEGORIES / CLASSES (Exhibits do not need to be picked up, we will be glad to dispose of them for you.) APPLES Must have stems 01. Red Delicious 02. Yellow 03. Roman Beauty Delicious 04. Jonathan 05. Winesap 06. McIntosh 07. Courtland 08. Idared 09. Winter Banana 10. Granny Smith 11. Empire 12. Any Other Variety

PEARS Must have stems 13. Bartlett 14. Asian 15. Seckel 16. Comice 17. Any Other Variety

PRUNES 18. French Prune 19. Hungarian Prune 20. Italian Prune 21. Any Other Variety PLUMS 22. Yellow 23. Red 24. Blue 25. Oriental 26. Any Other Variety

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DEPARTMENT ( K ) - GIFT BASKETS SUPERINTENDENT: JENNETTE GORDON (208) 791-4237

DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - 59

SENIOR PINK 60 & Over

DISABLED YELLOW

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ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entry MUST be created by the exhibitor, completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fair. • Only one (1) entry per class. • Attach a 3” x 5” card with contents and theme of basket/container written on it. • Entry must be completely covered in clear cello wrap. Clear tape acceptable as long as it doesn’t show • Entry cards MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN GIFT BASKETS • PRESENTATION: Is basket visually appealing. Basket/Container (can be used) and contents clean and placed inside clear cello wrap. • CONTENTS: Are items arranged in coordination with color and theme. Are all items in view & not hidden from view. Do all items go with theme or do they just fill space. • DECORATIONS: Bows, ribbons & other attachments add to the basket/container, but don’t overwhelm or distract from appearance of chosen theme. • PURPOSE: Does basket and its items represent the theme. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1ST Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: JUDGES CHOICE – One (1) award overall. BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Jeffrey’s Restaurant, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – ADULT and SENIOR - Breakfast for 2 Each Sponsor: M.A.P. Travel, 406 Burrell Ave Ste#105, Lewiston – JUNIOR (8 to 18 yrs) - $10 Cash BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. BEST OF CLASS – CURRENT FAIR THEME “Country ROOTS & COWBOY BOOTS” Sponsor: Wasem’s, 800 6th St., Clarkston - $25 Gift Certificate CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – One (1) each age division. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. SUPERINTENDENTS CHOICE - One (1) per department. Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. CLASS NUMBERS 01. Bath 02. Gardening 03. Kitchen 04. Sewing 05. Tea Time 06. Baby 07. Birthday 08. Bridal Shower

09. Holiday 10. Get Well 11. Good-Bye 12. Welcome 13. Memory 14. Current Fair Theme 15. Man’s 16. Movie Night

17. Profession 18. Sports 19. Outdoors 20. Military 21. Recycle (Use new cello wrap) 22. Pets 23. Use Your Imagination

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DEPARTMENT ( L ) - NEEDLEWORK SUPERINTENDENT: LUCILLE PEPPER (208) 746-0986

DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - 59

SENIOR PINK 60 & Over

DISABLED YELLOW

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ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fairs • Entries must be show quality, clean, free of pet hair, finished properly with ends woven in, matted, framed prepared with wire hanger only and Doilies, Afgans, Knitted & Crocheted pieces must be blocked. • A set of items will be judged as one (1) entry. ONLY ONE (1) ENTRY PER CLASS ACCEPTED. • Great care will be taken, but EXHIBITORS ENTER AT THEIR OWN RISK. • Multiple entries in a category are allowed ONLY if different stitches or patterns are used. • Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES’ LOOK FOR WITH NEEDLEWORK • APPEARANCE: Neat, clean, finishing techniques suitable to subject & medium • CRAFTSMANSHIP: Precision in execution of technique. Correct & consistent. Composition balanced. • CREATIVITY & SUITABILITY: Originality or presentation of subject, choice of color combinations, medium & techniques suitable to subject. • NATURAL FIBRES: Suitability of yarn to article, consistency of spinning, appropiate yard characteristics. Suitability of fiber to project, fiver preparations, durability, hand. • DIFFICULTY OF PROJECT AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st – Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Yarn Underground, 409 S. Washington, Moscow – ADULT - $25 Gift Certificate Sponsor: M.a.p. Travel, 406 Burrell Ave Ste#105, Lewiston – SENIOR - $25 Cash Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell Ave., Lewiston – JUNIOR (9 to 18 yrs) - $10 CASH BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. BEST OF CLASS KNITTING – CLASSES #33 thru #64 – Sponsor: Patrick’s Crafts, 840 6th St., Clarkston, ADULT & SENIOR - $25 Gift Certificate Each BEST USE OF NATURAL FIBERS Sponsor: Yarn Underground, 409 S. Washington, Moscow - $25 Gift Certificate CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES - Awarded only when a Division has at least twelve (12) entries and the Exhibitor in the Division has earned at least three (3) Blue ribbons to qualify for Sweepstakes. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Becky’s Fabric & Bernina, 1702 21st. St., Lewiston – ADULT & SENIOR - $25 Gift Card Each SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE - Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. Sponsor: Wanda Hauf Memorial - $25 Cash CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS CROCHET 05. Motif 10. Dishcloth, Potholder, 13. Booties, Socks, 06. Row ‘Doily’ Leggings or Slippers BABY AFGHANS 11. Other household article 14. Shawl, Stole, Scarf or – Crochet with yarn DECORATIONS, TOYS, & Poncho 01. Lace HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 15. Vest, Shell, or Sleeveless 02. Motif – Crochet with yarn CLOTHING Sweater 03. Row 07. Doll, Toy – Crochet with yarn 16. Sweater or Coat 08. Doll Clothes, Pillow 12. Accessories – belt, AFGHANS 17. Other Clothing Doll collar, hat, gloves, etc. – Crochet with yarn 09. Decoration 04. Lace

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DEPARTMENT ( L ) - NEEDLEWORK SUPERINTENDENT: LUCILLE PEPPER (208) 746-0986

BEDSPREAD – Crochet with yarn 18. Lace 19. Motif 20. Row DECORATIONS, TOYS, & HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES – Crochet with thread 21. Doll, Toy 22. Doll Clothes, Pillow Doll 23. Decoration 24. Doily <10 inches, 10-15 inches, or >15 inches 25. Other household article CLOTHING – Crochet with thread 26. Accessories - belt, collar, hat, gloves, etc. 27. Shawl or Stole 28. Vest or Shell 29. Other clothing BEDSPREAD – Crochet with thread 30. Lace 31. Motif 32. Row KNITTED BABY AFGHANS – Knit with yarn 33. Lace 34. Cables 35. Pattern AFGHANS – Knit with yarn 36. Lace 37. Cables 38. Pattern DECORATIONS, TOYS, & HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES – Knit with yarn 39. Doll, Toy 40. Doll Clothes, Pillow Doll 41. Decoration 42. Dishcloth, Potholder, ‘Doily’ 43. Other Household Article

CLOTHING – Knit with yarn 44. Accessories - belt, collar, hat, gloves, etc. 45. Booties, Socks, Leggings or Slippers 46. Shawl, Stole, Scarf or Poncho 47. Vest, Shell, or Sleeveless Sweater 48. Sweater or Coat 49. Other Clothing BEDSPREAD – Knit with yarn 50. Lace 51. Cables 52. Pattern DECORATIONS, TOYS, & HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES – Knit with thread 53. Doll, Toy 54. Doll Clothes, Pillow Doll 55. Decoration 56. Doily <10 inches, 10-15 inches, or >15 inches 57. Other household article CLOTHING – Knit with thread 58. Accessories - belt, collar, hat, gloves, etc. 59. Shawl or Stole 60. Vest or Shell 61. Other clothing BEDSPREAD – Knit with thread 62. Lace 63. Motif 64. Row OTHER NEEDLEWORK 65. Other Needlework MACHINE or LOOM KNIT 66. Household Item 67. Clothing Article 68. Other FELTING – List technique 69. Fiber felting 70. Needle felting 71. Worked yarn felting (ex. felted knit)

NEEDLWORK NEEDLEPUNCH 72. < 5 x5 inches 73. 5x5-12x12 inches 74. > 12x12 inches WEAVING 75. < 5 x5 inches 76. 5x5-12x12 inches 77. > 12x12 inches HAND APPLIQUE 78. < 5 x5 inches 79. 5x5-12x12 inches 80. > 12x12 inches LATCH HOOK 81. < 5 x5 inches 82. 5x5-12x12 inches 83. > 12x12 inches PLASTIC CANVAS 84. < 5 x5 inches 85. 5x5-12x12 inches 86. > 12x12 inches TATTING 87. < 5 x5 inches 88. 5x5-12x12 inches 89. > 12x12 inches EMBROIDERY HARDANGER 90. < 5 x5 inches 91. 5x5-12x12 inches 92. > 12x12 inches CREWEL 93. < 5 x5 inches 94. 5x5-12x12 inches 95. > 12x12 inches BRAZILIAN 96. < 5x5 inches 97. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 98. > 12x12 inches CUTWORK 99. < 5x5 inches 100. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 101. > 12x12 inches COUNTED CROSS STITCH List stitches per inch. List fabric ex. Aida, Linen, Waste Canvas 102. < 5x5 inches 103. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 104. > 12x12 inches

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STAMPED/TRANSFER EMBROIDERY 105. < 5x5 inches 106. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 107. > 12x12 inches STAMPED/TRANSFER CROSS STITCH 108. <5X5 inches 109. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 110. >12x12 inches CANDLEWICKING 111. < 5x5 inches 112. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 113. > 12x12 inches WHITEWORK, BLACKWORK, REDWORK 114. < 5x5 inches 115. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 116. > 12x12 inches OTHER EMBROIDERY STITCHES 117. < 5x5 inches 118. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 119. > 12x12 inches SOMETHING SPECIAL Multiple techniques ex. Appliqué with embroidery & tatted edging 120. < 5x5 inches 121. 5x5 - 12x12 inches 122. > 12x12 inches STITCH SAMPLER – Show off your technique, make an heirloom 123. Embroidery stitches 124. Knit stitches/patterns 125. Crochet stitches/patterns 126. Other technique stitches/patterns BOBBIN LACE 127. Bobbin Lace PLARN Plastic bags made into yarn. (Recycle) 128. Personal Items 129. Household Items BRAID 130. Personal Items 131. Rugs 132. Other Household Items


DEPARTMENT ( M ) – PAPER CRAFTING SUPERINTENDENT: JUDY ENGER (208)746-4957

DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - Over

DISABLED YELLOW

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ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fair • Great care will be taken, but exhibitors enter at their own risk. • Page protectors must be used on all paper entries. • DOUBLE PAGES: When exhibiting double pages, the pages must be secured together before entering. • Entry cards MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES’ LOOK FOR IN PAPER CRAFTING • OVERALL APPEAL • NEATNESS / EFFORT / DOES IT FIT CATEGORY • CRAFTSMANSHIP/CREATIVITY: Exhibit is neat, lines are clean and straight. Handwriting/lettering is legible. Good use of space on page. Pages not crowded. Colors, papers &/or stickers work well with the photos and/or memorabilia. • JOURNALING: Journal entries match the photos/graphics, and tell a complete story. • COMMUNICATION: Are the necessary questions answered? Who, When, What, Where? AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Printcraft, 1628 Main, Lewiston – ADULT – $25.00 Cash Sponsor: Orchard Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – TEEN/YOUTH/CHILD – 10 Game Bowling Punch Card BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. JUDGES CHOICE – Awarded at judges’ discretion. (1) overall Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell, Lewiston - $10 Cash CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – NOT AVAILABLE IN THIS DEPARTMENT. SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – Scrapbook page that depicts the current fair theme, “COUNTRY ROOTS & COWBOY BOOTS” or any part of a county fair, (Carnival, Animals, etc.) Sponsor: Russie Hastings – Winner receives rosette ribbon & $20.00 Cash CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS CARDS 01.Embossing 02.Dry Embossing 03.Sticker 04.Stamping 05.Multiple Techniquess

MISCELLANOUS 06. Embossing 07. Dry Embossing 08. Sticker 09. Stamping 10. Multiple Techniques

11. Quilling 12. Origami 13. Scherenschnitte 14. Paper Piercing 15. Other

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DEPARTMENT ( N ) – PHOTOGRAPHY SUPERINTENDENT: PAM RUSSELL (208)843-9313

PHOTOGRAPHY HAS BEEN RESTRUCTURED -- READ CAREFULLY! DIVISIONS - Level 1 & 2 CHILD - GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH - GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN - BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT - WHITE 19 - Over

DISABLED YELLOW

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until finished. The Fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. CATEGORY LEVELS: EXHIBITOR CAN ONLY ENTER in ONE LEVEL • LEVEL – 1 (HOBBYIST/ENTHUSIAST) - Exhibitors who interested in displaying their style and vision, but aren’t necessarily interested in critical photographic examination. • Entries & Size: (3) photos per exhibitor may only be entered in this level. Size: 5 x 7 or 8 x 10 only. • Judging: Judged by an entry level professional photographer according to the Danish System. • Premium Awards: Exhibitors in this Level are eligible for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Premium Award. • Special Rosette Ribbons: Exhibitors in this Level are eligible for Special Ribbon Awards. • LEVEL – 2 (ADVANCE HOBBYIST/ENTHUSIAST) - Exhibitors who are not professionals but believe in their work and want to have more recognition. Exhibitor looking for a more critical view so they can improve their skills. • Entries & Size: (3) photos per exhibitor may only be entered in this level. Size: 5 x 7 or 8 x 10 only. • Judging: Judged by professional photographers according to the Danish System. • Premium Awards: Exhibitors in this Level are eligible for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Premium Awards. • Special Rosette Ribbons: Exhibitors in this Level are eligible for Special Ribbon Awards. • LEVEL 3 (PROFESSIONAL CONTEST) – Contest participants who have taken or charged money for their photos or those who want their work judged at a professional level. • Entries & Size: (2) photos per exhibitor. Size: 11” x 14” Only. • Judging: Judged by (3) professional photographers. Entries will be judged according to a very distinct criteria against other photos entered in the Contest. See criteria at npcfair.org or pick up at Fair office. • This level is a Contest and will not be eligible for Premium Awards or Special Awards other than those that are specifically a part of the Contest. NO FRAMES! BLACK & WHITE MAT’S ARE PREFERRED GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Enter: Exhibitor can only enter in under one Level. • Eligibility: All entries MUST be the work of the exhibitor and taken during or after September 2017 Photographs of only high quality, in good taste and suitable for family viewing will be accepted • Qualifications: Entries produced by personal computer & printers need to be on suitable photo grade paper. These entries will be judged in the same class as all other photos processed commercially. Entries will NOT be accepted on plain copy paper and/or have text, such as Names, Dates, etc. printed on the photo itself. Exhibitor is responsible for identifying how their photo fits or relates to the Class they are entering. • Identification: Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. Entry MUST also have exhibitors name, address & phone number on back. • All possible care is taken, but no responsibility for loss or damage will be assumed by Nez Perce County Fair Board. NO GLASS IS ALLOWED!! Use of expensive matting is NOT recommended. A butterfly clip will be used for hanging as well as attaching a card displaying exhibitors name after judging has taken place. LEVEL 1 - (HOBBYIST/ENTHUSIAST) & LEVEL 2 - (ADVANCE HOBBYIST/ENTHUSIAST) WHAT JUDGES’ LOOK FOR WITH PHOTOGRAPHY • GENERAL APPEARANCE: Neat, clean, photo securely attached to mat, mat color & style enhances photo. • TECHNIQUE QUALITY: Properly exposed, focus is clear & sharp (unless deliberately blurred to show action), lighting appropriate for subject & theme, colors look natural & support message, depth of field, angle, quality of developing & printing. • COMPOSITION: Photo captures the mood/spirit/life of the subject so viewer knows more about the subject after looking at the photo, balance of elements (Subject should be the most prominent element of the photo and background does not detract

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from subject). • STORYTELLING ABILITY: Photo has one central idea or them shown simply & clearly. Photographer’s viewpoint is new interesting or unusual. Shows only the things that help tell a story. Story is obvious without words. Subject is doing something. LEVEL 1 & 2 AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue - $3 • 2nd Red - $2 • 3rd White - $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW (LEVEL 1 & 2) – Awarded by judges to ADULT / TEEN / JUNIOR (8 to 12 yrs) Sponsor Level 1: Wasem’s, 800 6th St., Clarkston – ADULT - $25 Gift Certificate Sponsor Level 1: Orchards Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – TEEN / JUNIOR – 10 Game Punch Card Each Sponsor Level 2: Rooster’s Water Front Restaurant, Clarkston – ADULT - Steak Dinner Gift Certificate Sponsor Level 2: Orchards Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – TEEN / JUNIOR – 10 Game Punch Card Each BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion CREATIVITY - Awarded at judges’ discretion PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD – Sponsor: Costco Photo, 301 5th St., Clarkston – 11 x 14 Metal Print Level 3 - PROFESSIONAL CONTEST WHAT JUDGES’ LOOK FOR WITH PHOTOGRAPHY • IMPACT: The first impression by the viewer, strong and defined. A clear style with creativity, point of view, and forethought. • TECHNICAL EXCELLECE: Print quality combined with retouching, manipulation, sharpness, exposure, and color correction. • TECHNIQUE: Properly exposed, Focus is as intended, lighting manipulated or managed for full effect, color adds to personal style standing out from others, depth of field, angle, quality end result. • COMPOSITION: Photo captures the mood/spirit/life of the subject so viewer knows more about the subject after looking at the photo, balance of elements (either perfectly balanced or off balanced to create specific mood and further enhance the style). • STORYTELLING ABILITY: Photo has ability to clearly portray the photographers intent. Photographer’s viewpoint is new interesting or unusual. Shows only the things that help tell a story. Story is obvious without words. Level 3 AWARDS 1st, 2nd & 3rd PRIZES Sponsor: Karl Tyler’s Lewiston Chevrolet Nissan, 2301 3rd Avenue N., Lewiston – 1st 24 x 36 Metal Print, 2nd 24 x 72 Print, 3rd 20 x 30 Print PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD Sponsor: Costco Photo, 301 5th St., Clarkston - 24 x 36 Acrylic Print CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS BLACK & WHITE Level 1 15.Black & White NATURE 1.Flowers PHOTOSHOP 2.Insects 16.Photoshop 3.Animals & Birds 17.Composite Images 4.Other GENERAL PEOPLE 18.General Anything with People in it. LANDSCAPE 7.Outdoor Scenes 8.Sunsets 9.Architecture 10.Other

Level 2

NATURE 19.Flowers 20.Insects 21.Animals & Birds 22.Other

PEOPLE Anything with People in it.

GENERAL 30.General

LANDSCAPE 23.Outdoor Scenes 24.Sunsets 25.Architecture 26.Other

Level 3

BLACK & WHITE 27. Black & White PHOTOSHOP 28.Photoshop 29.Composite Images

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* Highly photo shopped or composited entries not advised for Professional Contest. OPEN CLASS Examples include: 19.Nature 20.People 21.Landscape 22.Black & White 23.General


DEPARTMENT ( O ) - POULTRY SUPERINTENDENT: LEROY GORDON (208)791-7648

DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - Over

CALL FAIR OFFICE BY SEPTEMBER 4, 2018 WITH NUMBER OF ENTRIES ENTRY DATE: Wednesday, September 19th from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. Quality judging will begin Friday starting at 11:30 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Exhibitor must be present when inspectors are in the area on entry day. • Judging system used is the latest version of the American Standard of Perfection and judges’ decision is final. • Birds infested with lice will be disqualified by the Judge. • Any animal with any disease will not be entered. • No plucked feathers. • Exhibitors are required to feed, water and keep the poultry pens clean & closed during the fair. Admission wristband will be issued to only exhibitor on entry day to care for animal. • Know Breed of animal. • Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1/ STICKERS: Trade for ribbon when picking up exhibit if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – One (1) awarded overall. Sponsor: Intermountain Feed, 2310 Frontage Rd., Lewiston – $25 Gift Certificate BEST OF CLASS – One (1) in each age division will be awarded in each of the Classes Below Poultry.................1-31 Bantams ......32-35 Show Breeds......36-38 Pigeons........39-41 Turkeys..............42-45 Ducks...........46-49 Geese.................50-53 SWEEPSTAKES – One (1) each age division. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED ribbons counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Garlinghouse Memorials, 1603 Main, Lewiston – ADULT/TEEN/YOUTH – $10 Cash Each Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell Ave., Lewiston – CHILD – $10 Cash CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS POULTRY 01. American 02. White Leghorn, Cock 03. White Leghorn, Cockerel 04. White Leghorn, Hen 05. White Leghorn, Pullet 06. White Leghorn, Pen of 3 (One Sex) 07. White Leghorn, Pen of 3 (Boilers) 08. White Rocks, Cock 09. White Rocks, Cockerel 10. White Rocks, Hen 11. White Rocks, Pullet

12. White Rocks, Pen of 3 (One Sex) 13. White Rocks, Pen of 3 (Boilers) 14. Rhode Island Red, Cock 15. Rhode Island Red, Cockerel 16. Rhode Island Red, Hen 17. Rhode Island Red, Pullet 18. Rhode Island Red, Pen of 3 (One Sex) 19. Rhode Island Red, Pen of 3 (Boilers) 20. New Hampshire Red, Cock 21. New Hampshire Red, Cockerel 22. New Hampshire Red, Hen

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23. New Hampshire Red, Pullet 24. New Hampshire Red, Pen of 3 (One Sex) 25. New Hampshire Red, Pen of 3 (Boilers) 26. Other Breed, Cochin 27. Other Breed, Cock 28. Other Breed, Cockerel 29. Other Breed, Hen 30. Other Breed, Pellet 31. Other Breed, Pen of 3 (One Sex) 32. Other Breed, Pen of 3 (Boilers)


DEPARTMENT ( O ) - POULTRY

SUPERINTENDENT: LEROY GORDON (208) 791-7648 BANTAMS 33. Best Pen of 3 Females 34. Best Male 35. Best Female 36. Best Pair SHOW BREEDS & EXOTIC 37. Best Male 38. Best Female 39. Best Pair PIGEONS 40. Best Male 41. Best Female 42. Best Pair

DUCKS 47. White Drake 48. White Duck 49. Colored Drake 50. Colored Duck GEESE 51. White Gander 52. White Goose 53. Colored Gander 54. Colored Goose

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DEPARTMENT ( P ) - QUILTS

SUPERINTENDENT: JAN RIDINGER (208)413-8885 DIVISION CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - 59

SENIOR PINK 60 & Over

DISABLED YELLOW

PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER (Display Only)

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fairs • ONLY TWO (2) ENTRIES ACCEPTED PER CATEGORY & ONLY ONE (1) ENTRY ACCEPTED PER CLASS. • Great care will be taken, but EXHIBITORS ENTER AT THEIR OWN RISK • Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. • WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR WITH QUILTING • GENERAL APPEARANCE: Overall appearance of Quilt is appealing. Clean, neat, no markings. • DESIGN AND CREATIVITY: Choice & use of color & pattern for top & borders. Suitability of materials to design & function. Originality or use of traditional patterns. • WORKMANSHIP: Precision of cutting, stitching and finishing quilting techniques. Lays or hangs square without waves or bumps. Binding neat and appropriately done. Corners are square and neat. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Becky’s Fabric & Bernina, 1702 21st St., Lewiston – ADULT & SENIOR - $25 Gift Card Each Sponsor: Seaport Quilters Guild, Lewiston – JUNIOR DIVISION (8 TO 18 yrs.) - $25.00 Cash BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. Sponsor: Seaport Quilters Guild, Lewiston MOST CREATIVE EXHIBIT OVERALL - $25.00 Cash SWEEPSTAKES – Awarded only when a Division has at least twelve (12) entries. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Jeffrey’s Restaurant, 244 Thain R., Lewiston – SENIOR & ADULT – Breakfast for 2 Cert. Each Sponsor: Art Beat, 103 Main St., Lewiston – JUNIORS DIVISION (8 TO 18 yrs.) – Backpack SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS BABY QUILTS 09. Appliquéd – Machine 01. Appliquéd – Hand 10. Embroidered – Hand 02. Appliquéd – Machine 11. Embroidered – Machine 03. Embroidered – Hand 12. Pieced 04. Embroidered – Machine 13. Other 05. Pieced MINIATURE QUILTS 06. Other 14. Appliquéd – Hand Fleece-Tied QUILTs 15. Appliquéd – Machine 07. Fleece-tied Quilts 16. Embroidered – Hand 17. Embroidered - Machine QUILTS-HAND QUILTED 18. Pieced 08. Appliquéd – Hand 19. Other

TIED COMFORTERS & QUILTS 20. Appliquéd – Hand 21. Appliquéd – Machine 22. Embroidered – Hand 23. Embroidered – Machine 24. Pieced 25. Other MACHINE QUILTED 26. Appliquéd – Hand 27. Appliquéd – Machine 28. Embroidered – Hand

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29. Embroidered – Machine 30. Pieced 31. Other COMMERCIALLY QUILTED QUILTS 32. Appliquéd – Hand 33. Appliquéd – Machine 34. Embroidered – Hand 35. Embroidered – Machine 36. Pieced 37. Other


DEPARTMENT ( P ) - QUILTS

SUPERINTENDENT: JAN RIDINGER (208)413-8885 GROUP QUILTS 38. Appliquéd – Hand 39. Appliquéd – Machine 40. Embroidered – Hand 41. Embroidered – Machine 42. Pieced 43. Other

WALL HANGING 44. Appliquéd – Hand 45. Appliquéd – Machine 46. Embroidered – Hand 47. Embroidered – Machine 48. Pieced 49. Other

WOOL QUILTS 50. Appliquéd – Hand 51. Embroidered – Hand 52. Wool & Flannel 53. Other

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OTHER QUILTED ITEMS 54. Clothing 55. Tole bag 56. Holiday Decorations 57. Household Misc. 58. Table Runners 59. Throws 60. Rag Quilts 61. Other


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DEPARTMENT ( Q ) - RABBITS SUPERINTENDENT: FRANK HEATH (208)289-8411

DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - Over

ENTRY DATE: Wednesday, September 19th from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. Quality Judging will begin Friday at 9:30 a.m. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. RABBIT JUDGING IS DONE BY AMERICAN RABBIT BREEDER’S ASSOCIATION STANDARDS GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Eligibility: Must be owned by residents living in Nez Perce County or adjacent counties: Lewis, Latah, Idaho, Clearwater, Asotin and Whitman. • Entry Tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. Ear tag number MUST be written on Entry Ticket • Entries: Limit to two (2) per class. Separate class for each breed if three (3) or more of each breed are entered. Any animal with disease will not be entered. Meat Pen – Three (3) rabbits same breed, same variety, same age. No more than 10 weeks old, minimum weight 3 lbs., max 5 lbs. Doe & Litter is a dam and babies six (6) to eight (8) weeks old. • Identification: Each animal must have a permanent, legible identification mark in the left ear. Tattooing will be available at the rabbit barn on entry day (Wednesday, September 19th) • Exhibitor Responsibilities: Exhibitors are required to feed, water (Bring containers) and keep the pens clean & closed during the Fair. Admission wristband will be issued to only exhibitor on entry day to care for animal. Transportation containers must be removed during the fair. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: JUDGES’ CHOICE – One (1) per department. Sponsor: Intermountain Feed, 2310 Frontage Rd., Lewiston – $25 Gift Certificate BEST OF SHOW –Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. BEST OF CLASS – One (1) each age division in the following categories: Rabbits Purebred – 4 Class Rabbits Purebred – 6 Class BEST OF BREED – Awarded if three (3) or more in an age division of the same breed. SWEEPSTAKES –One (1) each age division. Minimum of three (3). Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Garlinghouse Memorials, 1603 Main, Lewiston – ADULT/TEEN/YOUTH – $10 Cash Each Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell Ave., Lewiston – CHILD – $10 Cash Each SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE - One (1) per department. Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS PUREBRED – 4 CLASS 09. 6-8 Doe 01. Sr. Buck 10. Jr. Doe 02. Jr. Buck 11. Meat Pen 03. Sr. Doe CROSSBREED / PET – 4 04. Jr. Doe CLASS PUREBRED – 6 CLASS 12. Sr. Buck 05. Sr. Buck 13. Jr. Buck 06. 6-8 Buck 14. Sr. Doe 07. Jr. Buck 15. Jr. Doe 08. Sr. Doe

CROSSBREED / PET – 6 CLASS 16. Sr. Buck 17. 6-8 Buck 18. Jr. Doe 19. Sr. Doe 20. 6-8 Doe 21. Jr. Doe 22. Meat Pen

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OTHER 23. Guinea Pigs 24. Doe & Litter 25. Other Pocket Pets (Ferrets, Hedgehogs)


DEPARTMENT ( R ) - SEWING

SUPERINTENDENT: AMBER SEIPERT-LARSEN (208)790-8128 DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - 59

SENIOR PINK 60 & Over

DISABLED YELLOW

PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER (Display Only)

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fair • Entries must be show quality, clean, finished properly and on hangers. • Great care will be taken, but EXHIBITORS ENTER AT THEIR OWN RISK. • ONLY ONE (1) ENTRY PER EXHIBITOR PER CLASS - Maximum two (2) per category • Entry cards MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. • WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN SEWING • GENERAL APPEARANCE: Clean, well pressed outside & inside. • SUITABILITY OF DESIGN, COLOR & FABRIC: Type & color of fabric & trim, suitable to pattern & use of garment. • WORKMANSHIP: Fabric cut on grain, stitches even length & tension, seams even & finished, plaids/strips matched, finishing techniques correct & neat. • DIFFICULTY OF PROJECT AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1/ STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Sponsor: Becky’s Fabric, 1702 21st. St., Lewiston – ADULT & SENIOR - $25 Gift Card Each Sponsor: Village Center Cinemas, Lewiston – JUNIOR (8 to 18 yrs) – Movie Pass BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – Awarded only when a Division has at least twelve (12) entries and the Exhibitor in the Division has earned at least three (3) Blue ribbons to qualify for Sweepstakes. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE Ribbons. RED counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Blue Ribbon, 2322 16th Ave., Lewiston –ADULT & SENIOR - $15 Gift Certificate Each Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell Ave., Lewiston – JUNIOR (8 TO 18 yrs) – $10 Cash SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – One (1) per department. Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS WOMEN’S CLOTHING MEN’S CLOTHING 01. Shirts 15. Jackets 02. Coats 16. Pants 03. Dress, Dressy 17. Suits 04. Dress Sport, Casual 18. Ties 05. Evening Apparel 19. Sweatshirts/Pants 06. Slacks 20. Shirts 07. Shorts 21. Other 08. Suits CHILDREN’S CLOTHING 09. Skirts (2T-16) 10. Wedding Dress 22. Coat 11. Sweatshirts\Pants 23. Jacket 12. Vest 24. Dress 13. Jumper 25. Pants 14. Other 26. Play Outfit 27. Shorts 28. Vest

29. Shirts 30. Skirt 31. Suits 32. Sweatshirts/Pants 33. T-Shirt 34. Jumper 35. Party Dress 36. Other INFANT CLOTHING (0-24 mo’s) 37. Bunting 38. Dress 39. 1- Piece Suit 40. Coat 41. Bonnet 42. Nightgown/P.J’s 43. Bib

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44. Pants 45. Shirt 46. Sweatshirt & Pants 47. Christening Outfit 48. Other LINGERIE 49. Pajamas, Adult 50. Pajamas, Children 51. Robes, Adult 52. Robes, Children 53. Slips 54. Underclothes 55. Slippers 56. Lounge Wear 57. Other


DEPARTMENT ( R ) - SEWING

SUPERINTENDENT: AMBER SEIPERT-LARSEN (208)790-8128 COSTUMES 58. Dance Costumes 59. Halloween Costumes, Men 60. Halloween Costumes, Women 61. Halloween Costumes, Children 62. Other Costumes RE-ENACTMENT COSTUMES 63. Theater Costumes –Men 64. Theater Costumes – Women 65. Theater Costumes – Children 66. Other

OTHER SEWN ARTICLES 67. Apron, Fancy 68. Apron, Work 69. Practical Household 70. Bed Linens 71. Pillows 72. Pillow Cases 73. Table Runners 74. Table Cloth 75. Hand Bags 76. Totes 77. Remodeled Clothing 78. Recycled Articles 79. Patchwork Articles 80. Holiday Decorations 81. Wall Hangings 82. Placemats 83. Hand Sewn Articles 84. Heirloom 85. Multi-Generational 86. Rugs 87. Pot Holders 88. Backpack 89. Cuddle Item 90. Other

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DEPARTMENT ( S ) - VEGETABLES SUPERINTENDENT: ED BROWNING (208)746-0679

DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

TEEN BLUE 13 – 18 Yrs

ADULT WHITE 19 - Over

DISABLED YELLOW

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • All vegetables must be grown by exhibitor and identified. • Plates will be provided on entry day by Fair Committee. • Entries which do not meet the number of specimens required, as outlined in Class instructions will be disqualified by Superintendent and will not be judged. • Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR VEGETABLES • CONDITION: Free from disease, insect, mechanical or other forms of damage. Wiped off with dry towel, not washed! • QUALITY: In best & prime eating condition. Crisp, firm, mature, not over or under ripe. • UNIFORMITY: All specimens uniform in size, ripeness, shape & color. • TYPICAL OF VARIETY: Varieties should be identified. Be typical of the type & variety. Avoiding unusual or non-typical types of exhibits for show purposes. • SIZE: Do not select specimens on the basis of size alone. Very large specimens may not be tender or flavorful. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW (OVERALL) – Awarded by judges’ Sponsor: A&B Foods, 456 Thain Rd., Lewiston - $25 Gift Card BEST OF VARIETY– Awarded at judges’ discretion. BEST OF CLASS – Sponsor: Lorenz Construction, Lewiston – Largest Pumpkin by Weight (#48) – $30 Cash BEST OF CLASS – Sponsor: Lorenz Construction, Lewiston – Most Unusual Shape (#74) – $30 Cash SWEEPSTAKES – One (1) per age division. Exhibitor receiving the most BLUE ribbons (Minimum of 5 ribbons) RED ribbons counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: Rooster’s Waterfront Restaurant, 1010 Port Way, Clarkston – ADULT – (1) Steak Calypso Sponsor: Orchard Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – TEEN – 10 Game Bowling Punch Card Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell Ave., Lewiston – YOUTH/CHILD – $10 Cash Each SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. CATEGORIES / CLASSES (Exhibits do not need to be picked up, we will be glad to dispose of them for you.) GREEN ABOVE GROUND Remove outer leaves. Wipe, do not wash 01. Artichokes (No Flower) 02. Beans (8) 03. Broccoli (1) 3” Min., 6” Stalk 04. Brussel Sprouts (5) 05. Cabbage 06. Cauliflower 07. Corn (3 Ears – Husk 1/3) 08. Cucumbers – Slicing (3)

09. Cucumbers – Other (3) 10. Kohlrabi (Trim leaves) 11. Leek 12. Lettuce 13. Rhubarb (3 – Trim leaves short) 14. Spinach 15. Egg Plant 16. Swiss Chard (3 Stems) 17. Okera 18. Other - Specify

ROOT (5) Wipe clean. Do not wash. Remove tap root. Trim greens to 2” 19. Beets (5), Over 3” 20. Carrots (5) 21. Horseradish (5) 22. Onions (3) (Over 3”) 23. Garlic (3) 24. Potatoes (5) 25. Other - Specify

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HERBS 3 Specimens make an exhibit. Should be exhibited in water. Min 6”, Max 12” on stems. Bring own container, No blooms. 26. Basil 27. Dill 28. Mint/Spearmint 29. Oregano 30. Tarragon 31. Parsley


DEPARTMENT ( S ) - VEGETABLES SUPERINTENDENT: ED BROWNING (208)746-0679 SUMMER SQUASH Leave 2” Stem on exhibit 50. Crookneck 51. Patti-Pan 52. Straightneck 53. Zucchini (10” or Less) 54. Other Summer Squash(Name Variety)

32. Sage 33. Thyme 34. Other Specify PEPPERS (3) 3 Peppers make an exhibit 35. Sweet Peppers (3) 36. Bell Peppers (3) 37. Jalapeno (3) 38. Banana (3) 39. Habanero (3) 40. Serrano (3) 41. Soneno (3) 42. Other (3) – Name Variety PUMPKINS Leave 2” Stem 43. Mini (3) 44. Gourds - Small (3) 45. Gourds - Large (1) 46. Pumpkins (1) 47. Jack-O-Lantern (1) (Child & Youth Only) 48. Largest Pumpkin by Weight 49. Other

WINTER SQUASH Leave 1”-2” Stem 55. Acorn 56. Blue Kokkaido 57. Butternut 58. Hubbard 59. Kobachi 60. Red Kuiri 61. Spaghetti 62. Sugar Pie 63. Other Winter Squash (Name Variety)

TOMATOES (5) Leave stems On – No vine. 64. Red (5) 65. Cherry (5) 66. Ground Cherrys/Tomatilla (5) 67. Roma/Pasta (5) 68. Other (5) – Specify MELONS (No Stem) 69. Cantaloupe 70. Largest Watermelon by Size 71. Other - Melons NOVELTY No Carved Vegetables 72. Dress Up a Vegetable 73. Natural 74. Most Unusual Shape 75. Other FOOD HERB DISPLAY 76. Centerpiece – Pumpkin 77. Dress Up a Potato 78. Basket 79. Wreath

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DEPARTMENT ( T ) – HOMEMADE WINE SUPERINTENDENT: NOEL BECK (208)798-4556

DIVISION – 21 AND OLDER Entry Date: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The Fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries: One (1) bottle constitutes an exhibit. Bottle needs to be labeled on bottom as to kind and if it is SWEET or DRY. Entries cannot have been exhibited previously. • Identification: Entry tags MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. May use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. • Judging: Each Wine will be judged on its own merits and by more than one (1) judge. WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR WITH WINE • PRESENTATION: Appropriate bottle, cork and cleanliness, exterior should indicate interior cleanliness. • CLARITY: Bright & Clear • OVERALL ALCOHOL CONTENT: Appropriate to class • BOUQUET: Aroma should be pleasant distinctive of type of ingredient used • PALATABILITY: Full, rich or light, delicate flavor appropriate to class. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1ST Blue – $3 • 2ND Red – $2 • 3RD White – $1 / STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – One (1) per Category – Judging will be judged separately among class winners Sponsor: Lindsay Creek Vineyards, 3107 Powers Ave., Lewiston – Red & White Category – $25 Gift Certificate Each Sponsor: Smokes & Suds, 134 Thain Rd., Lewiston – Fruit Category – $25 Gift Certificate BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SWEEPSTAKES – Exhibitor with the largest amount of blue ribbons. Red ribbons counted for tie breaker. Sponsor: DOROTHY WING MEMORIAL AWARD Odom NW Beverages, 3010 E. Main, Lewiston – 3 Liter Bottle of Wine SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – One (1) per a department CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS WINES - RED 01. Cabernet Franc 02. Cabernet/Merlot 03. Cabernet Sauvignon 04. Chianti 05. Concord 06. Grenache 07. Lemberger 08. Malbec 09. Merlot 10. Muscat 11. Rose 12. Syrah 13. Zinfandel 14. Sparkling 15. Red Other

WINES – WHITE 16. Chardonnay 17. Chenin Blanc 18. Concord 19. Gewurztraminer 20. Muscat 21. Pinot Gris 22. Riesling 23. Sauvignon Blanc 24. Semillon 25. Sparkling 26. White Other

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WINES – FRUIT 27. Apple 28. Apricot 29. Blackberry 30. Cherry 31. Elderberry 32. Huckleberry 33. Pear 34. Plum 35. Raspberry 36. Rhubarb 37. Strawberry 38. Sparkling 39. Other


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DEPARTMENT ( U ) – LEATHER/ METAL/ WOOD

SUPERINTENDENTS: DORA HARTUNG 208-553-4123 & HERMAN HARTUNG 208-791-1428 DIVISIONS CHILD GOLD Up to 8 Yrs

YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

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ADULT WHITE 19 - 59

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PROFESSIONAL LAVENDER (Display Only)

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor, completed since October 2017 • Exhibits previously entered in the Nez Perce County Fair will not be accepted. Superintendents decision is final. • Eligibility: A “Professional” refers to anyone who derives or has derived the major source of their income from selling goods or services, or teaching a still closely related to the subject matter of any class in this department and should enter in“Professional”. Professional entries are not judged. Exhibit only. • Only one (1) entry per Class in this department • Entries must be show quality, clean, finished properly. • Department display area is limited. Large exhibits will be accepted subject to space available. Recommend calling fair officeprior to entry day for large exhibits. • Articles to be hung must be provided with a secure means for hanging. • A set of items will be judged as one entry • Great care will be taken, but EXHIBITORS ENTER AT THEIR OWN RISK. • Entry cards MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or orderfree labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN LEATHER/METAL/WOOD (See each category for specifics) • GENERAL APPEARANCE: Neat, clean, finished techniques enhanced finished item. • WORKMANSHIP: Consistent use of proper techniques, attention to detail, neatness of work, balance of design & color, finishing techniques, workmanship appropriate to age of exhibition. • SUITABILITY OF DESIGN, COLOR, CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS: Creativity of design, choice of materials, pleasing color combinations, type of materials appropriate to use of finished item. AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1/ STICKER AWARDS: Receive silk ribbon when premium is paid, if desired. • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Rogers CDJR, 1824 Main, Lewiston – BOS / Leather Craft – Car Wash Coupon Book Sponsor: Rogers CDJR, 1824 Main, Lewiston – BOS / Metal Craft – Car Wash Coupon Book Sponsor: Crown General Construction by Chris & Tera King, Lewiston – BOS / Wood Craft - $25 Cash BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE – Awarded at superintendent’s discretion. Sponsor: Orchards Lanes, 244 Thain Rd., Lewiston – Leather / Metal / Wood – 10 Game Punch Card Each Craft

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DEPARTMENT ( U ) – LEATHER/ METAL/ WOOD

SUPERINTENDENTS: DORA HARTUNG 208-553-4123 & HERMAN HARTUNG 208-791-1428 CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR WITH LEATHER CRAFTS: All lacings neat, uniform & hidden from view. Stamping should be done with an even amount of force or pressure. Stamped design needs to be clear. Accuracy in carving or tooling design. LEATHER CRAFTS 1. Dream Catchers 2. Tooling 3. Wall Hanging 4. Woven 5. Other WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR WITH METAL CRAFTS: ORIGINALITY & CREATIVITY: Own idea, uniqueness. WORKMANSHIP & EXECUTION: Edges turned properly with no sharpness, welding, riveting and connections properly done, degree of diffulty, intricacy. FINISH: Clean & polished, no finger marks. ARTISTIC APPEAL: Pleasing to the eye.

METAL ARTS/CRAFTS 6. Knives 7. Model 8. Pitcher 9. Fireplace Accessories 10. Furniture 11. Frames 12. Household 13. Garden & Art Accessories 14. Wind Chimes 15. Toys 16. Metal item other than listed WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN WOOD: APPEARANCE & ARTISTRY: Attractive and well proportioned. CRAFTSMANSHIP: Skillfulness, Neatness, Finishing. Pieces accurately cut and assembled. DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY: Scale & Complexity of piece DESIGN: How well the piece addresses issue of Form, Function, Materials and Engineering.

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YOUTH GREEN 9 – 12 Yrs

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ADULT WHITE 19 - 59

DISABLED YELLOW

ENTRY DATE: Tuesday, September 18th from Noon until 8 p.m. Judging will be Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. until the judges are finished. The fairgrounds will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 20th to the public. GENERAL RULES FOR THIS DEPARTMENT • Entries must be assembled by the exhibitor and completed since October 2017, and not entered in previous Nez Perce County Fairs • Only one (1) entry per Class in this department • Lego entries are limited to no more than 15” x 15” (Larger exhibits accepted depending on available space. Display only! Will not be judged!) • Entries must be on a solid sturdy base for judging or may not be accepted. • Entries must be show quality, clean, finished properly. • A set of items will be judged as one entry • Great care will be taken, but EXHIBITORS ENTER AT THEIR OWN RISK. • Entry cards MUST be complete and legible or they will be discarded and any premium due forfeited. Use address labels or order free labels from the fair office PRIOR to entry day. WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR IN LEGO’S • GENERAL APPEARANCE: Neat, clean, originality, imagination and creativity of design. • WORKMANSHIP: Appropriate to age of exhibitor. • PRESENTATION: Arrangement of piece appealingly presented in the piece. • COMPLEXITY BY SPACE: Does piece show wonderful command of space & structure. Great harmony. • USE OF COLOR: Flow of color and shape AWARDS • RIBBONS: 1st Blue – $3 • 2nd Red – $2 • 3rd White – $1 • SPECIAL ROSETTE RIBBONS: BEST OF SHOW – Awarded by judges in each age division providing an entry deserves such merit. Sponsor: Bruce & Alice Birdsell, PO Box 324, Lewiston – TEEN/ YOUTH/CHILD - $10 Cash Each JUDGES CHOICE Sponsor: Bruce & Alice Birdsell, PO Box 324, Lewiston – $20 Cash BEST OF CLASS – Awarded at judges’ discretion. CREATIVITY – Awarded at judges’ discretion. SUPERINTENDENT’S CHOICE (OVERALL) Awarded at superintendent’s discretion Sponsor: Eva Johnson Berry, 1229 Burrell Ave., Lewiston – $10 Cash CATEGORIES / CLASS NUMBERS LEGOS K’NEX 01. Kits 06. Kits 02. Boats 07. Boats 03. Cars 08. Cars 04. Planes 09. Planes 10. Other 05. Other

DUPLO 11. Kits 12. Boats 13. Cars 14. Planes 15. Other

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4-H AND FFA GENERAL RULES 1. 4-H and FFA members regularly enrolled in clubs and chapters in Nez Perce County may participate. Exception: Kendrick FFA, Genesee FFA and Craigmont FFA Chapters are welcome to participate.

6. Premium money other than market animal members, will be distributed at Achievement Night in October. Market Animal member’s premium money will be included in a sale check.

2. 4-H and FFA members may not enter open class with the same exhibit shown in a 4-H or FFA class.

7. 4-H and FFA will use the Danish Awards system with premium money paid as follows; blue - $3.00, red - $2.00, white - $1.00. All completed Cloverbud projects are awarded a participation ribbon (no premium).

3. All 4-H exhibits must meet the requirements outlined in Idaho 4-H Policies and Procedures or requirements listed in the record book to be considered complete. 4. Exhibits must be complete and entered on time to be eligible for premiums. Signed record books must accompany all 4-H Home Ec/Career and Leisure exhibits. 5. All Home Ec/Career and Leisure exhibits and non-market animal record books must enter between 8:00 am and 10:00 am on Wednesday, September 19, 2018. No late entries will be accepted.

8. 4-H contest awards are ½ of ribbon value; blue - $1.50, red - $1.00, white - $.50. Cloverbud participants are awarded a participation ribbon (no premium). 9. 4-H members who are participating in the 4-H Fashion Revue must check in at the 4-H Fair Office in the Main Pavilion at 5:30 pm on Thursday, September 20, 2018. 10. All rabbits entered in the Fair must be permanently tattooed in the left ear. There will be no exceptions to this rule, and it must be done before entering the Fair.

4-H AND FFA LIVESTOCK RULES

1. 4-H and FFA members will be limited to two large animals (beef, sheep, goat, swine) to be housed on the fairgrounds and shown during fair because of space availability. 2. 4-H and FFA market animals (beef, sheep, goats and swine) are officially entered at pre-fair weigh-in dates. 3. All animals must be fed and watered twice daily by 9:00 am and prior to barn closing, unless otherwise specified by barn superintendent. All pens are to be cleaned daily. 4. Animals not properly cared for will be removed and premium money withheld. Care of all livestock animals will be consistent with production practices and accepted standards. Exhibitors must observe withdrawal periods and be aware of penalties associated with offlabel use of all drugs and feed additives. 5. All 4-H Livestock exhibitors must have on file with the Extension Office a signed Responsibility Agreement and C.O.O.L. Affidavit to participate in the market animal sale. 6. All male market or pet livestock must be castrated. 7. Any animal that cannot be handled safely, or is a danger to the public, will not be shown, or sold through the market animal sale, and will be removed from the Fairgrounds. The barn superintendent, a member of the Livestock Committee, the 4-H volunteer/FFA advisor, parent, and the exhibitor will make this decision.

8. Any exhibitor using tranquilizers (including nose tongs) on an animal or any other unethical behavior shall forfeit all of their premium money, ribbons, and will not be allowed to participate in the market animal sale. 9. All 4-H and FFA Market Lambs must have 10 days wool growth at the time of fair. An official sheep shearing will be set up by the Extension Office. Members can choose to participate in this shearing, or may shear on their own on the same date with leader approval. Failure to shear your animal on the official shear date, or shearing at the fair, will result in the loss of showing privileges for the Grand Champion Round. Shearing will be determined at final weigh in. 10. All 4-H and FFA livestock exhibitors are required to be present when their livestock are judged and sold. 11. Blue, red and white ribbons will be awarded according to the judge’s placing at the live animal show. 12. DRESS CODE: 4-H members showing livestock will wear slacks or jeans of any color that are clean and in good repair and button up shirts or blouses that are short or long-sleeved and are at least long enough to be securely tucked into slacks or jeans, with leather close-toed shoes. In quality classes club shirts will be allowed, but must be clean and long enought to be tucked in. Exceptions: It is strongly recommended that all dairy exhibitors show in all white. Market goat members should show in a white shirt and black pants or jeans.

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4-H AND FFA LIVESTOCK RULES 13. All 4-H and FFA livestock exhibitors must attend the special orientation meeting at 8:00 am, Thursday, September 20 in the sale arena. 14. 4-H and FFA breeding animals will be shown by project area. One champion and one reserve champion ribbon will be awarded to the top two animals of each sex. Purebred and crossbred animals will show together for champion and reserve champion ribbons. 15. All 4-H and FFA Livestock must arrive between 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm, Wednesday, September 19, 2018, unless otherwise pre-arranged with the Extension Office. 16. 4-H and FFA market animal sale entry limitations â&#x20AC;&#x201C; one animal or pen per exhibitor. 17. All market animals will be weighed as they arrive at the fairgrounds on Wednesday, September 19, 2018. Any animal that has lost its 4-H ear tag will have a new tag applied at this time. 18. Qualifying weights for sale animals are as follows; Market Rabbits (pen of 3) individual animal weight: 3.5-5.5 lbs.; Market Poultry (pen of 3) individual

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4-H AND FFA LIVESTOCK RULES 20. Livestock Record Books must be turned into the 4-H Fair Office by 5:00 pm, Friday, September 21 for the project animal to be eligible to sell. 21. The market animal sale order is computer generated and then reviewed by the 4-H/FFA Livestock Sale Committee. 22. Only dehorned or naturally polled beef project animals will be eligible to show. Any beef animal having horns over one inch long from the skin at the base of the horn to the tip will be disqualified. 23. Horns on goats will be allowed only in Pack (regardless of breed type) and Meat type projects due to breed and animal safety requirements. Sharp horn ends must be tipped or wrapped for handler and public safety

responsible for checking out animals. 31. Premium payments will be given to members by their club leader or included in their livestock sale check. Livestock members will receive a letter in the mail two weeks after Fair with a complete listing of buyers and supporters. Livestock sale checks will be available for pick up from the Extension Office by the member after the date included in the letter. Members must bring addressed, stamped thank you notes to all buyers and supporters when picking up their sale check. 32. Exceptions to these rules will be reviewed by a 4-H and FFA Livestock Grievance Committee on a caseby-case basis with final decisions to be made by this committee.

24. All dairy, dairy type breeding, pet and cloverbud goats must be naturally polled or dehorned. Any animal having scurs over one inch from the base of the horn to the tip will be disqualified. 25. Brand inspection papers and hauling permits or bills of sale must be obtained before animals are transported to the Fairgrounds. These papers are to be presented to the Brand Inspector or Beef Superintendent at the time steers are weighed in. Proceeds will be held until brand requirements are satisfied. 26. All cattle must be halter broke. 27. All un-penned cattle must be double tied in barn (halter plus safety rope around neck). 28. Any market heifer will show with market steer classes. 29. Female goats and sheep within the last 14 days of pregnancy, and 14 days following the birth of live or deceased lambs/kids are not allowed to be exhibited at the Nez Perce County Fair due to Q-fever concerns. Q-fever is a bacterial organism commonly shed by sheep, goats and cattle. Goats and sheep in the last 14 days of pregnancy, and female goats and sheep up to 14 days postpartum are most likely to be shedding this organism. This disease is communicable to humans. 30. A release signed by the 4-H Program Coordinator will be required of any livestock leaving the fairgrounds prior to the end of fair. Release forms will have to be shown to gate personnel before any animal can be removed from the fairgrounds. Superintendents are

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Department 1 – 4-H Clothing

Superintendents: Mary Kay Law and Kathy Grant The exhibit must include the record book, story, project book, and pattern guide sheet. It must consist of all the required articles in each division of sewing, knitting or crocheting. CLOTHING & TEXTILES Construction 01. Junior Division (8 years old – 10 years old) 02. Intermediate Division (11 years old – 13 years old) 03. Senior Division (14 years old – 18 years old) Consumer 04. Making the Most of Me, Units I – IV 05. Looking Your Best 06. Total Look 07. Embellish: Wearable Art

KNITTING & CROCHETING 21. Knitting, Phases 1-6 22. Crocheting, Phases 1-8 99. Self-Determined Clothing & Textiles

DEPARTMENT 2 – FASHION REVUE

NOTE: Only 4-H members who have completed and exhibited clothing, knitting or crocheting project in the 2018 Fashion Revue Judging held Saturday, September 16 (only open to 4-H members and parents) are eligible. Ribbons and awards will be presented at the Thursday, September 20 Public Fashion Revue. Participation in both revues is mandatory in order to receive awards. 01. Fashion Revue

DEPARTMENT 3 – FOODS AND NUTRITION

Superintendents: Karen Hasenoehrl and Sandy Martin NOTE: The exhibit must include the record book, story and all the required articles in each division of 4-H Foods. Be sure to exhibit food items in a clear plastic bag. FOODS AND NUTRITION 01. Let’s Begin Cooking 02. Let’s Get Cooking 03. Creative Ideas Using Frozen Bread Dough 04. Bag of Tricks, Unit A 05. Micro Magicians, Unit B 06. Amazing Rays, Unit C 07. Presto Meals, Unit D 08. Microwave Connection 09. Foods for All Seasons 10. Foods on the Go 11. Tricks for Treats 12. More Tricks for Treats 13. Fit it All Together 14. Quick Meals 15. Sandwiches Galore

16. Six Easy Bites, Unit A 17. Tasty Tidbits, Unit B 18. You’re the Chef, Unit C 19. Food Science 20. Foods of the Pacific Northwest 21. It’s Time for Breakfast 22. It’s Time for Lunch 23. It’s Time for Dinner 24. Baking, Unit 1 25. Baking, Unit 2 26. Baking, Units 3-4 27. Cake Decorating, Unit 1 28. Cake Decorating, Unit 2 29. Cake Decorating, Units 3-5 30. Creative Cakes, Unit 1 31. Creative Cakes, Unit 2 32. Creative Cakes, Unit 3

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33. Cookout at Home 34. S’Mores and More Outdoor Cooking 35. Dutch Oven Cooking, Unit 1 36. Dutch Oven Cooking, Unit 2 37. Dutch Oven Cooking, Units 3-5 38. Teens Entertain 99. Self-Determined Foods


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AEROSPACE 01. Rocketry 02. Adventures in Aerospace 03. Aerospace Adventures 99. Self-Determined Aerospace ANIMALS 01. Cat 02. Dog 03. Rabbit (Non-animal) 04. Pocket Pet 05. Veterinary Science 06. Aquatic Science 07. Entomology 08. Embryology 09. Horse (Non-Animal) 99. Self-Determined Animal LEISURE/EXPRESSIVE ARTS 01. ABC’s of Art 02. Leather Craft, Beginner 03. Leather Craft, Intermediate 04. Leather Craft, Advanced 05. Ceramics, Unit 1 06. Ceramics, Unit 2 07. Ceramics, Unit 3 08. Ceramics, Units 4-8 09. Photography, Unit 1 10. Photography, Unit 2 11. Memory Keepers, Unit 1 12. Memory Keepers, Unit 2 13. Lego Creativity 14. Card Making, Unit 1 15. Card Making, Unit 2 16. Card Making, Unit 3 17. Scrapbooking, Unit 1 99. Self-Determined Arts HANDWORK FROM OUR HERITAGE 01. Embroidery or Crewel 02. Wheat Weaving 03. Flower Art 04. Beadwork 05. Needlepoint 06. Quilting, Unit 1 07. Quilting, Unit 2 08. Quilting, Units 3-9 09. Macramé

10. Rug Making 11. Tole Painting 12. Cross Stitch 13. Latch Hook 14. Candle Making 15. Alternatives

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LEADERSHIP & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 01. Project/Club Teen Leader 02. Club Officer 03. Camp Counselor 04. Ambassador 99. Self-Determined Leadership HOME ENVIRONMENT & MANAGEMENT 01. Designs in Nature 02. Home Energy Investigation 99. Self-Determined Home Environment HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 01. The Sitter 02. Citizenship – Community Focus 03. Citizenship – State Focus (KYG) 04. Citizenship – National Focus (CWF) 99. Self-Determined Human Development SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 01. Bicycle 02. Computers 03. Electricity 04. Small Engines 05. Arc Welding 06. Woodworking, Level 1 07. Woodworking, Level 2 08. Woodworking, Level 3 09. GeoSpatial 10. The Power of Wind 11. Junk Drawer Robotics, Level 1 12. Junk Drawer Robotics, Level 2 13. Junk Drawer Robotics,

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Department 5 – SPECIAL CONTESTS HOME ECONOMICS CAREER & LEISURE JUDGING CONTEST Premiums apply to contest held April 14, 2018. Awards: Blue $1.50 – Red $1.00 – White $.50 DEMONSTRATION CONTEST Premiums apply to contest held April 14, 2018. Awards: Blue $1.50 – Red $1.00 – White $.50

LIVESTOCK

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DEPARTMENT 6 – 4-H & FFA CATTLE

Superintendent: Buster Rudolph, Shane Presnell, Corey Pearce and Chad Koppel CLASS - BEEF CLASS – DAIRY 01. Market beef project animals weighed in and entered May 10, 2018. 06. Cow/Calf Pairs 02. Stocker/Feeder* animals weighed in and entered May 10, 2018. 07. Bred Heifer 03. Cow/Calf Pairs 08. Heifer 04. Bred Heifer *All stocker/feeders must be vaccinated and weaned at least 30 days prior to fair. 05. Heifer

DEPARTMENT 7 – 4-H & FFA SWINE

Superintendents: John Dugger, Devin Boyer, John Bachman and Jesse Short

CLASS 01. Market Hogs, single, all breeds & crossbreeds entered June 11, 2018. 02. Breeding Hogs

DEPARTMENT 8 – 4-H & FFA SHEEP Superintendent: Darreld Rasmussen and Jeff Northrup All ewes, regardless of age, are required to be Scrapies tagged.

CLASS 01. Single Market Lambs* weighed in and entered June 11, 2018.

02. Ram, 2 years old or over 03. Ram, 1 year old 04. Ram, lamb

05. Ewe, 2 years old or over 06. Ewe, 1 year old 07. Ewe, lamb

08. Pet Project

*Any market lamb with yearling teeth will not be eligible to receive grand or reserve in quality classes.

DEPARTMENT 9 – 4-H & FFA POULTRY

Superintendents: Joan Dugger Exhibitors are required to feed and water poultry and keep pens clean. Diseased and/or insect infested animals will be disqualified. CLASS 01. Market Pen 02. Pullet 03. Laying Hen

04. Turkey 05. Duck 06. Goose

07. Pigeon 08. Game Bird 09. Pet Project

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DEPARTMENT 10 – 4-H & FFA RABBITS AND CAVIES

Superintendents: Becca Koeing and Jason Phillips Exhibitors are required to feed and water rabbits and keep pens clean. No diseased animals will be allowed to show. CLASS 03. Market Rabbit 05. Cloverbud Cavy 06. Cloverbud Rabbit 01. Pet Rabbit 04. Cavy (participation only) (participation only) 02. Breeding Rabbit

DEPARTMENT 11 – 4-H & FFA GOATS

Superintendents: Janet Hughes and Nikki Nielson All does, regardless of age, are required to be Scrapies tagged, or any registered goats accompanied by registration papers or a certificate of veterinary inspection with legible unique registration tattoo(s) will also be allowed in place of a Scrapies tag. Goats registered with a National Goat Registry that allows for electronic implant identification, as recorded on a registration certificate, may be identified with an electronic implant. Exhibitors are required to feed and water goats and keep pens clean. All animals will be subject to a health inspection before entering the barn. No diseased animals will be allowed to show. No buck goats. All goats must be fitted and clipped according to breed standards. CLASS 01. Single Market Goats weighed in and entered June 11, 2018. 02. Dairy Does/Doelings a) Dry b) In Milk

03. Pack Goat (Fitting & Showing will be an obstacle course with packs, followed immediately by a quality class. Handler attire should reflect the project focus.)

04. Breeding Project a) Dairy Type b) Meat Type 05. Pet Goat

06. Cloverbud Goat (participation only – any breed weighing less than the member at time of showing will be allowed.)

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CLASS 01. Groundwork 02. Ranch Horse Equitation 03. Working Ranch Horse 04. Cattle Boxing

07. Hunt Seat to Jump 08. Costume 09. Trail 10. Pole Bending 11. Figure 8 Stake Race 12. Key Hole

13. Flag Race 14. Barrel Race 15. Western Jumping

Working Ranch Horse 05. Cattle Sorting 06. Ranch Trail 07. Ground Roping 08. Western Jumping

09. Ribbon Race 10. Dipper Race 11. Ball Race

DEPARTMENT 13 – LIVESTOCK & SMALL ANIMAL CONTESTS Awards: Blue $1.50 – Red $1.00 – White $.50

CLASS 01. Livestock Judging Contest 02. Small Animal Judging Contest 03. Large Market Animal Round Robin 04. Small Animal Round Robin

DEPARTMENT 14 – CLUB PROJECTS

Superintendents: Betty Peters, Dawn Quigley, Lisa Smith and Karen Boyer Treasurer’s Book 01. 8-12 years 02. 13 + years

Secretary’s Book 01. 8-12 years 02. 13 + years

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Club Scrapbook 01. 8-12 years 02. 13 + years


2018 4-H Award Sponsors Bob’s Pet & Pond Becky’s Fabrics & Bernina Bob & Judy Callison Cecil & Sandy Martin Cedar Ridge Wranglers Dan & Jen Pearsall Danny & Lisa Radakovich Dale & Stephanie Allen Del’s Feed & Farm Supply Del’s Electric Diesel & Machine Dr. David Wilkinson, DDS Edward Jones - Stephanie Johnson

Happy Day Restaurants Heidi McRoberts H & R Block JD’s Auto Body Jim & Cathy Luper Jim & Lisa Smith John & Joan Dugger Kathee Tifft Larry & Janis Forsmann Leroy & Jewel Steigers Lewis-Clark Kennel Club Lewiston Eagles Aerie 631 Lewiston Veterinary Clinic

Mark & Joanie Wittman Nez Perce County 4-H Executive Council Nez Perce County 4-H & FFA Boosters Nez Perce County 4-H & FFA Stock Sale Association Nez Perce County Cattle Producers Northwest Farm Credit Services Phil’s Family Foods Pistol Brand Horses Primeland Cooperatives Riverview Animal Clinic

Ron & Jackie Hayhurst Ron & Trina Huff Russ & Terri Elsberry Rustebakke Veterinary Service Southway Animal Clinic Space Builders Stampeders 4-H Club Steve Carlton Construction, Inc. Steve & LeAnna Greenfield Tammany Pollyanna Club Tony & Nikki Havens Valley Foods

Special Thanks to Diesel and Machine for sponsoring the Foods Achievement Award

2018 4-H CLUBS AND LEADERS Abra Cabra Dabra Club Crystal Hudson

LCV Livestock Club Trena Lawen, Brandi Ankney, Jana Core

Boots n’ Bits Janis Forsmann

Lenore 4-Leaf Clovers Rozelle Tiede, Don Kerby

Cedar Ridge Wranglers Frank Heath

Lewiston Clover Kids Janet Hughes, Jonathan Hughes, LD Bigler, Valari Bigler

Cottonwood Creek Katherine Grant, Sandy Martin Culdesac Livestock Michelle Bohn, Tammy Dudley Dancing Clovers Heidi McRoberts Flying Fingers Mary Kay Law, Carol Hunt, David & Jacque Dabritz K-9 Clovers Becca Koenig, Jennifer Reynolds, Ann Koenig, Katie Raymond, Charity Schwank, Carrie McKay Krazy Kountry Jacqueline Wagner, Donielle Wagner, Colleen Grittner

Market Masters Tony Havens, John & Joan Dugger, Eric & Kristie McDaid, Bob Schumacher, John Bachman Mission Creek Rustlers Candi Heimgartner, Carey Evans, Tom Conklin, Katie Conklin

Rockin’ 4-H Betty Peters, Dawn Quigley, Lisa Smith, Karen Boyer, Tonia Jones, Michelle Aiken, Karen Haseneohrl, Jane Baldwin Stampeders Devin Boyer, Kim Skinner Sunrise Livestock Travis Zenner, Carmela Unlenkott, Sabrina Wenstrom Tailtwisters Darreld Rasmussen, Nila Browning, Dee Canning, Nikki Nielson, Maria Ulery

Nez Perce County 4-H Resource Leaders Jim Evans, Tom Powell

Tammany Livestock Ron Van Buren, Kelly Ryan, Carol Thompson, Jeff Northrup, Jennifer Vinyard, Lainey Hill, Kara Felton, Izzy Callahan

Nez Perce County C.W.F. Art King, Lori Warner, Shawna Reilly

Waha Wranglers Rachel Evans, Craig & Kelli Hall

Potlatch Ridgeworkers Carrie Rode, Lorraine Warner

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2017 4-H AWARD WINNERS Top Fashion Revue-Constructed: Jessica Bateman, Emma Jones, Lydia McRoberts

Top Market Goat Showperson: Keith Reynolds Top Breeding Meat Goat Project: Hunter Weigand

Top Fashion Revue-Consumer: Jossilynne Jackson, Elise Aiken, Mary Wren

Top Breeding Dairy Goat Project: Rachel Hughers

Top Constructed Clothing Projects: Aiyanna Piper, Emma Jones, Lydia McRoberts

Top Dairy Goat: Elizabeth Riley Top Dairy Goat Showperson: Silas Elsberry

Top Consumer Clothing Projects: Katie Wren, Emma Jones, Ryann Finch

Top Non-Market Goat Project: Brian Hellickson

Top Foods Projects: Morgan Silflow, Jordis Aiken, Sydney McRoberts

Top Pet Goat: Chloe Hellickson

Top HECL Judging Contest: Keeley Nielson, Lydia McRoberts

Top Pack Goat: Brian Hellickson

Top HECL Demonstration Contest: Sydney McRoberts, Shaylee Bachman

Top Market Lamb Quality: Emmett Agee

Top Market Lamb Project: Misty Browning Top Market Lamb Rate-O-Gain: Brian Hellickson

Top Secretary’s Book: Elise Aiken, Callisyn Evans

Top Market Lamb Showperson: Misty Browning

Top Treasurer’s Book: Jolee Pearsall, Grace Powell

Top Sheep Breeding Project: Misty Browning

Top Club Scrapbook: Anna Ready, Rockin’ 4-H HECL Top Project Awards: Sydney McRoberts, Silas Elsberry, Lydia McRoberts, Nicholas Remacle, Sarah Griffin, Sydney Finch, Layla Lucas, Graham Jones, Jordis Aiken, Elise Aiken, Morgan Silflow

Top Market Swine Project: Seth Albright Top Market Swine Quality: Seth Albright Top Market Swine Rate-O-Gain: Colton Kress

Top Livestock Judging Contest: Raegan Bigler, Shelby Hobbs, KayLynne Fluckiger

Top Market Swine Showperson: Seth Albright

Top Livestock Demonstrations: Breanna Albright, Seth Albright, Misty Browning

Top Horse Demonstration: Emily Brannan, Kendall Hodges, Callisyn Evans

Top Overall Livestock Demonstration: Misty Browning, Shelby Hobbs Top Market Beef Project: Grace Powell Top Market Beef Quality: Krisalyn Bisbee Top Market Beef Rate-O-Gain: Ketcher Van Buren Top Market Beef Showperson: Zane Rudolph Top Stocker-Feeder Project: Jolee Pearsall, Shelby Hobbs Top Stocker-Feeder Quality: Madison Thompson Top Stocker-Feeder Rate-O-Gain: Cy Wareham Top Stocker-Feeder Showperson: Shelby Hobbs Top Beef Breeding Project: Keeley Nielson Top Market Goat Project: Aaron Todd Top Market Goat Quality: Rachel Hughes Top Market Goat Rate-O-Gain: Jordan Shawl

Top All-Around Horse Project: Emily Brannan

Top Overall Small Animal Showperson: Kristen Reynolds Reserve Overall Small Animal Showperson: PJ Mosman Top Poultry Project: Maya Conklin Top Market Poultry: Lydia Herzog Top Market Rabbit Project: Kristen Reynolds Top Pet Rabbit Project: Jordis Aiken Top Rabbit Breeding Project: William Mosman Best of Show Cavy: Elizabeth Riley Top Cavy Project: Elizabeth Riley Top Overall Dog Project: Andrew Raymond Top Dog Fitting and Showing: Merannda Thornton, Kristen Reynolds Top Dog Obedience: Andrew Raymond, Merranda Thornton Top Dog Agility: Merannda Thornton, Andrew Raymond

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2018 NEZ PERCE COUNTY 4-H HORSE SHOW RESULTS Sunday, June 30, 2018

Showmanship: Grace Powell, Jessica Evans, Emily Brannan

Trail: Callisyn Evans, Jessica Evans, Ava Goetz

Western Equitation: Amie Greenfield, Claire Koppel, Emily Brannan

Pole Bending: Amie Greenfield, Jessica Evans, Jolee Pearsall

English Equitation: Callisyn Evans, Jessica Evans, Ava Goetz

Western Jumping: Amie Greenfield, Shania Bronkhorst, Ava Goetz

Idaho Figure 8: Amie Greenfield, Jessica Evans, Jolee Pearsall

English Equitation Over Fences: Callisyn Evans, Jessica Evans Bareback Equitation: Amie Greenfield, Claire Koppel, Jolee Pearsall

Key Race: Callisyn Evans, Kendall Hodges, Jolee Pearsall

Novice Equitation: Jil Brown

Texas Barrels: Amie Greenfield, Katie Pearsall, Jolee Pearsall

Flag Race: Amie Greenfield, Claire Koppel, Ava Goetz

2018 NEZ PERCE COUNTY WORKING RANCH HORSE SHOW RESULTS Sunday, August 5, 2018

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO IDAHO FOREST GROUP FOR DONATING SHAVINGS TO THIS YEAR’S FAIR! - 77 -


Thank You

RATING LEB CE

74

YEARS

For being a Friend of the Nez Perce County Fair! We couldn’t do it without you!

FRIENDS OF $250 Sponsors:

THE FAIR

Western Floors Quality Collision Center Model Home Furnishings Mohr's Floors Golden Arts American Insurance Agency-Shawn Sullivan Commercial Tire

$100 Sponsors: McGregor Co. Wholesale Radiator Mike’s Pole Barns Sunrise Home Center Friendly Auto Sales Valley Golf and Outdoor Les Schwab Tires King’s Thrones Sportsman Warehouse

Stout Homes Skalicky's Vintage Treasures Bob's Garage Doors Knox Concrete Paramount Pest Control/Liquid Lawn Twin River Bank Puretone Hearing Effie Tavern

NEZ PERCE COUNTY FAIR VOLUNTEERS Dedicated hearts like yours are not so easy to find. It takes a special person to be so generous and kind. To care so much for your fellow man is a quality all too rare. Yet you give of your time and talents, for all in need to share. So thank you for being a volunteer, we’re privileged to work with you. We want you to know how appreciated you are, Not just today, but the whole year through.

THANK YOU! - NEZ PERCE COUNTY FAIR BOARD & STAFF ‑ 78 ‑


LEBRATING CE

74

YEARS

Thank You to our

MAJOR

SPONSORS

We Care About What You’re Driving!

STAGE BACK SPONSORS

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Shiloh Sharrard & Band

Thursday 3:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.; 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. Friday 2:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M.; 5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.

Caricature Drawing by Connie Brooks Thursday 11:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.; 3:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M.; 7:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. Friday 11:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.; 3:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M.; 7:00 P.M.-10:00 P.M. Saturday 11:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.; 3:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M.; 7:00 P.M.-10:00 P.M. Sunday 11:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M.; 1:30 P.M.-3:00 P.M.

Tammy Harris Barton Thursday 4:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M; 7:30 P.M.-8:30 P.M. Friday 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.; 9:00 P.M.-10:00 P.M. Saturday 1:30 P.M. - 2:30 P.M.; 4:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M; 7:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M. Sunday 1:30 P.M.-2:30 P.M.

Diversion Drive

Thursday 4:30 P.M.-5:30 P.M.; 7:30 P.M.-8:30 P.M. Friday 3:30 P.M.-4:30 P.M.; 6:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M.

Curly’s Funtastic Kid Zone Thursday 11:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Friday 11:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Saturday 11:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Sunday 11:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.

Moscow Mules

Thursday 3:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.; 6:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M. Friday 4:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M; 7:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M. Saturday 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M.; 6:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M.

Steve’s Fun Balloons Thursday 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M.; 2:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M.; 4:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M.; 6:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M Friday 12:00 P.M.-1:00 P.M.; 2:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M.; 4:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M.; 6:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M. Saturday 11:30 P.M.-12:30 P.M.; 1:30 P.M. - 2:30 P.M.; 3:30 P.M. - 4:30 P.M; 5:30 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.; 7:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M. Sunday 11:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.; 12:30 P.M. - 1:30 P.M.; 2:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.

Blue Healer

Saturday 3:00-4:00 P.M; 9:00-10:00 P.M; Sunday 12:00 P.M.-1:00 P.M.

Walking With Giants Thursday 1:00 P.M.-1:30 P.M.; 3:30 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.; 6:00 P.M. - 6:30 P.M. Friday 1:00 P.M.-1:30 P.M.; 3:30 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.; 6:00 P.M. - 6:30 P.M. Saturday 1:00 P.M.-1:30 P.M.; 3:30 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.; 6:00 P.M. - 6:30 P.M. Sunday 12:00 P.M.-12:30 P.M.; 1:00 P.M. - 1:30 P.M.; 2:00 P.M.-2:30 P.M.

Valley’s Got Talent Contest Z-Rock 96.5 Station Friday 8:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.

Seven Devils

Saturday 12:00 P.M.; 1:00 P.M.; 4:30 P.M.-5:30 P.M.

Karaoke Contest Y-105 Radio Station

Saturday 7:30 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.

Cowboy Church

Sunday 10:30 A.M.-12:15 P.M.

Palouse Project

Saturday 3:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.

Local Talent Showcase Sweet Adeline’s Sunday 1:00 P.M. - 1:45 P.M. The Katz Band Sunday 2:15 P.M.-3:00 P.M.

The Katz Band

Saturday 1:30 P.M.-2:30 P.M.; 6:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M. Sunday 2:15 P.M.-3:00 P.M.

Nez Perce County Fair, 2018  
Nez Perce County Fair, 2018  
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