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San Juan County Fair Association The San Juan County Fair Association is a non-profit organization and is proud to produce an annual community and family-oriented county fair. San Juan County Fair Association PO Box 187 Board of Directors: Farmington, NM 87499 Billy Huish (President), Robert Echols (VICE PRESIDENT), Lucille Jones (Secretary), Darrin Church (Treasurer), TJ Richards, Cody Hartsfield, Kim Martinez, Sadie Shelton, Lissa Currin, Christy Greenleaf, Davin Jacquez, Kimberley Thompson, Cliff Hadden. The Fair Board meets at 6:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at McGee Park. All meetings are open to the public.

Rules and Regulations 1. The San Juan County Fair Association or San Juan County will not be responsible for any accident of any nature, but every precaution will be taken for the safety of the public. 2. The Fair Association will use every precaution within its power for the preservation and safe keeping of all entries, but will not be responsible or accountable for loss or damage of said entry. 3. All property of every character entered for competition or display or for any purpose, or being anywhere on the fairgrounds, shall be subject to the control of the Board of Directors, but in no case shall the Fair Association, Fair Board, San Juan County or any officials be held responsible for any loss, damage, or injury of any kind to any such property while the same is under their control or at any time or place. If property owners or others interested in the property desire protection against loss, damage or injury they must make their own arrangements. 4. All safety rules must be obeyed. Vehicles improperly parked will be towed at the owner’s expense. 5. Board Members, Department Heads and Judges may not enter the department in which they are involved. Complaints It will be considered a favor if visitors will report in writing any problems they may have had with any fair employee or concessionaire. Harassment/Disruptive Behavior 1. Harassment of local officials, Fair Board Directors, Department Heads, County Extension Agents or FFA Advisors by an exhibitor or family member will be grounds for disqualification of the exhibitor from the current and future San Juan County Fairs. 2. Loud, unruly, rude and disruptive behavior will result in being prohibited from exhibiting at future San Juan County Fairs. Exhibitors and family members are advised that any act of discourtesy, drunkenness, disorderly conduct, foul language, destroying other exhibitors or County or Fair property will disqualify the exhibitor and animals they are showing. Entry fees will be forfeited. Courteous behavior is expected from all exhibitors, family and friends.

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index 4..................................2017 BUYERS 34 & 35 .......................2018 GRAND CHAMPIONS 10................................2018 PARADE GRAND MARSHAL 12 to 30.......................4-H PROJECTS 67................................Advertisers Index 6..................................2018 ADDONS 4..................................ADDON PROGRAM 66................................ADVERTISERS INDEX 31 to 33.......................AGRICULTURE 36 & 37 .......................BAKING 38................................BARNYARD OLYMPICS 38................................BEEF 39 to 41.......................BOY SCOUTS 4..................................BUYERS LUNCH 5..................................COLISEUM MEMORIAL HONOREE 41 & 42 .......................CREATIVE ARTS SENIORS 43................................DECORATED CAKES 43................................FINE ARTS 44................................FLOWERS 45 & 46 .......................FOOD PRESERVATION 7..................................PARADE 46................................GIRL SCOUTS 47 & 48 .......................GOATS 47................................GOAT COSTUME CONTEST 49 & 50 .......................JUNIOR HOBBIES 4..................................JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SALE 50................................KNOWLEDGE BOWL 51................................LAMBS 51 & 52 .......................NEEDLEWORK 53 & 54 .......................OPEN HORSE SHOW 55 & 56 .......................OUTHOUSE RACES 56, 57..........................PHOTOGRAPHY 57, 58..........................POULTRY 59, 60..........................QUILTING 60 & 61 .......................RABBITS 61 & 62 .......................ROCKS, GEMS AND MINERALS 63................................ROUND ROBIN SHOWMANSHIP 11................................RV PARKING 62................................SALSA CONTEST 63, 64 .........................SCARECROW 63................................SEWING 64, 65..........................SPINNING & WEAVING 65................................STICK HORSE RACE 65 ...............................SWINE SHOW 55......................Wild Horse Challenge

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2018 JUNIOR LIVESTOCK BUYERS A Click Away/D. Lynn Lane Consulting Auto Max Aztec Feed B&B Auction Basin Pump & Supply Basin Surveying Bugs A Winginit Pest Control C & E Concrete C & M Trucking Casa De Abiquiu Cattlemens Livestock Auction CCI, San Juan LLC Cheney, Walters & Echols CNJ Oilfield Services Cortez Livestock Auction Crossfire Davis Plumbing Decker Services Echols Family EESI Eli & Luana Etcitty Encana Oil & Gas

Four States Electric Gene Stark Dri-wall & Painting Halo Services Henry Production Herman & Lucille Jones Hurricane Air IBL, Inc IFA IMI Jason & Melissa Montoya Jolene Walters JVR Showstock Kelley Oilfield Services, Inc. KSS Enterprises La Plata Construction Lakes Unique Farms Laundratopia Local Brand Meats Los Hermanitos Lucky Ridge MGS Custom Cutting Montoya Sheep & Cattle MO-TE Drilling, Inc

Navajo Mesa Farms OFT Construction ORE Systems Preator Livestock Pumps & Service R&V Electric

Redi Door Storage Rely Enterprises RH Cattle Trucking Richard Saavedra Robbins Heating & Air Roots Home Health Care Sherry Galloway Silva Trading Star Mobile Truck Repair Stock Transportation Stotz Equipment Tommy Bolack VanHuss Family West States Energy WIPS, LLC

2019 JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SALE

Saturday, August 17th 1 pm Jerry Connelly Memorial Show Ring The Jr. Livestock Sale contains 119 sale slots with the number of animals sold being Beef - 25, Lambs - 36, Swine - 36, Chickens -2 pens, Turkey- 2 pens, Rabbits - 2 pens, and Goats - 16.

sale weight amount. Top Sale Weights are: Beef -1300 lbs. Lambs -150 lbs. Swine -260 lbs. Goats -120 lbs. If an animals’ weight is greater than the top sale weight, buyers will only pay the top

ADD-ON PROGRAM

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

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

BUYERS LUNCH

Board Member: Christi Greenleaf & Sadie Shelton 11 am – 12:30 pm Memorial Coliseum Patio

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

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

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


COLISEUM MEMORIAL HONOREE GWEN “PEE WEE� GONSER Pee Wee was born in Denver. She lived in Melrose until 1954 when the family moved to Cherry Creek Colorado. They later moved to Aztec so PeeWee and her brother Corky could attend Aztec Schools. In 1977 she started her career as a school bus driver for the Farmington School District. When their family moved to Bloomfield in 1978, she drove for the next 8 years in Bloomfield. After moving back from Star Lake Plant, she returned to the Farmington School District until she retired in 2011. Pee Wee also worked for Farmers Market, Sam’s Club and 10 years as a Pharmacy Tech at Smith’s. When she retired from the School District, she started traveling, which was her dream. She wanted to visit places she had never seen or been to before. Pee Wee took a cross country trip where they visited fifteen states. The highlight of the trip was a stop at Graceland, she was an avid fan of Elvis. She also cruised to Alaska and then ventured on a trip up the Pacific Coast highway. In the early 1980’s Pee Wee was instrumental in starting the Roadrunner 4-H Club, where she was the Organizational Leader. She also served as assistant and superintendent of the rabbit barn before serving 21 years on the San Juan County Fair Board. During her terms she oversaw the Rabbit Barn, Food Preservation, and Entertainment. She loved sitting at the front desk and visiting with all who came through the door. Pee Wee was loved by the kids and people of the community. She was a wonderful friend and is missed by many.

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2018 JUNIOR LIVESTOCK ADDONS A Click Away/D. Lynn Lane Consulting Allen Theaters Anthony & Linda Montoya Aztec A&W Aztec Feed Basin Surveying Big Ben's Meats/Ben Elliott Big Rock Trading Post Bill & Helen Harris Bill & Pat Roberts Bill Moss Excavation Billy Huish Blaine Williams Blanch Stewart BP America Carl & Ann Huish CBH Trucking & Salvage CCI, San Juan LLC

Chris & Cary Bramwell Cooper Fire Protection Corey Scott Decker Services Don & Marilyn Halvorson Doug & Toni Pendergrass/ The Treatment room Duane & Bev Triplett Eagle Inspection/Sandra Price Fabulous Feet Farmington Elks Lodge Gene Stark Dri-wall & Family Halo Services Hud & Gail Sylva IFA Country Stores Itty Bitty Ranch Jasper & Darlene Pete Jimmie & Patti Penrod Johnny & Joy Ellis

Kelley Oilfield Services Kim & Cody Thompson KSS Enterprise Mary Hayes NCC Electrical Services/ Jerry Napie OFT Construction ORE System INC Poor Boys Hot Oil ProSteel, Inc. R&L Chart Services R&V Electric Ray & Connie Lowe Raymond & Wanda Baldanado Redi-Door/ Laundratopia Richard Saavedra Roland & Sunny Silva Ronnie & Amber James Roots Home Health

You’re Looking at Success.

SAN JUAN COLLEGE Serving the Four Corners Region.

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San Juan Regional Medical Center SCI Sherry Galloway Silva Trading Co. Star Mobile Truck Repair Steve & Debbie Clay Stock Transportation Taco Bell Tuff Tighteners Van Huss Family Vince & Cheryl Sanders Vivid Mind Training Walsh Engineering and Production William Dusenbery Winginit Mini Storage WIPS, LLC


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Entertainment Friday, August 16 CONFEDERATE RAILROAD Confederate Railroad first rolled onto the national country music scene in the 90s with its unique style and sound! Headed by founder and frontman Danny Shirley, the former backup band for both David Allan Coe and Johnny Paycheck got their big break by signing with Atlantic Records. The first single from their debut album ("Confederate Railroad") was "She Took It Like A Man". It went to No. 26, a preview of what was to come. "The next two singles, "Jesus and Mama" and "Queen of Memphis" went to the top of the charts. Three more huge hits followed, "Trashy Women,” "When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back,” and "She Never Cried". "Trashy" would lead to a Grammy nomination and become their signature song. That album with six hits and nearly three million sales brought Confederate the Academy of Country Music's Best New Group Award in 1993 as well as numerous nominations from the Country Music Association and the British Country Music Foundation. The second album, "Notorious,” produced one of the 8

group's most popular songs "Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind" which became a No. One video as well. "Elvis and Andy" and "Summer in Dixie" would further establish the Railroad as one of the most versatile acts in the business. This album would sell more than a million. Their overall totals are 18 charted hits and five

million albums sold. From rowdy country to raw emotion, a Confederate Railroad concert today covers a wide range of feelings. Young people will be there rocking to "Trashy Women,” while their parents and even grandparents will likely be singing along to "Jesus and Mama".


Entertainment Saturday, August 17 NEAL McCOY For more than three decades, Country Recording Artist Neal McCoy has remained one of the most iconic names in American music Neal McCoy has released his 5th studio albums on various labels, and has released 34 singles to country radio. In 1993, Neal McCoy broke through with the back-to-back number 1 singles No Doubt About It and Winkfrom his platinumcertified album No Doubt About It.His commercial success continued into the late 1990s with two more platinum albums and a gold album, as well as six more Top Ten hits.A seventh Top Ten hit, the number 10 Billy’s Got His Beer Goggles On, came in 2005 from his self-released That’s Life. Music of Your Life, a big band jazz and country album with Les Brown, Jr. recorded for a public television special, appeared in 2011, with a new studio album, XII, finally arriving in 2012. In 2013 he released Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride, Neal’s long time friend and mentor. 2015 brought the Big Band Standards CD You Don’t Know Me. Neal has been on 15 USO Tours around the world and continues to say it’s one of the achievements he’s most proud of. He is also the recipient of multiple Humanitarian awards from The Academy of Country Music, The Country Radio Broadcasters and The Masonic Grand Lodge.In 2016 Neal has again made a move to continue his patriotic values by reciting the Pledge of Allegiance “Live” on his Facebook page every morning. He’s reached millions of viewers all over the country and around the world.Neal still maintains a very busy touring schedule all through the year. Make sure to catch a show when he’s near because as Neal says “No two shows are the same!”

Neal McCoy’s Favorite Hits is available at www.nealmccoy.com/, Itunes, Spotify Google Play, Amazon. This collection represents some of our proudest musical moments over the past three decades… Hope you’ve enjoyed the journey nearly as much as I have… And to my fans… Thanks for making it all possible!! Track Listing: 1. No Doubt About It 2. Wink 3. The City Put The Country Back In Me 4. They’re Playing Our Song 5. If I Was A Drinkin’ Man 6. You Gotta Love That 7. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye 8. The Shake 9. Billy’s Got His Beer Googles On 10. Rednecktified 11. I Like It Loud 12. I Miss You Already

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PARADE MARSHALS/ FAIR PARADE Jennifer & Cathy Truby This year the San Juan County Fair Board has the unique opportunity to honor Jennifer and Cathy Truby as our parade marshals. Not only are they sisters, but they represent a long standing ranching family in San Juan County. Jennifer and Cathy Truby come by their services and dedication to our fair through the Truby family. Harold, their Dad, served on the Fair Board and was the first nominee for our Memorial Coliseum dedication. Cathy Truby has worked for the New Mexico Livestock Board as a brand inspector for 16 years. In 2016 Cathy was named Brand Inspector of the Year for the State of New Mexico. In her capacity she assists 4H and FFA exhibitors to make sure that they have the proper inspections and paperwork for hauling livestock throughout the County, State of New Mexico and across state lines. Jennifer (Jenny) has worked 31 years for the New Mexico Department of Agriculture certifying weight measures and scales. She annually certifies the Fair Board scales. In 2017 Jennifer was recognized by NMDA as the Community Act Employee of the year. She has also been recognized locally by the Aztec FFA Alumni for her work with the local 4H and FFA exhibitors in coaching the livestock teams. The Truby family has always placed a strong emphasis on our youth and their involvement in agricultural education and promoting the ranching and farming industry as a way of life. Jennifer and Cathy are being recognized for following in the family tradition.

Friday, August 9 at 6 p.m. Downtown Farmington Board Member: Sadie Shelton - 947-5823

Theme:

Barn To Be Wild Line Up Begins at 4:30 pm at Butler & Main (dirt lot) Entries will be accepted until the parade begins. It is recommended that you mail or fax your entry. Judging will be done during the parade. Entry forms available by visiting www.sanjuancountyfair.net

Divisions and Awards 4-H/FFA Float Bicycle Group Bicycle Single Clown Group/Single Commercial Entry Fire Vehicle Hitched Horse Horseback Group Horseback Individual 10

1st-$50, 2nd-$40, 3rd-$30 1st $25 1st $25 1st $25 Plaque Plaque 1st $25 1st $25 -1st $25

Marching Group 1st $25 Matched Riders (pair) 1st $25 Non-Profit Float Plaque Performing Group1st $25 School Band1st $100 Scout Troop 1st $25 Vehicle Group 1st $25 Vehicle, Most Outstanding Plaque


RV PARKING Board Members: TJ Richards 860-4170 or Christi Greenleaf 330-7142 Deadline: July 15 Parking Fee: $50 Mail Checks to: San Juan County Fair RV Parking PO Box 187 Farmington, NM 87499 RV parking fees postmarked or paid after July 15 will have spaces assigned as available. Failure to obey rules will result in you being asked to remove your RV from the Fairgrounds. San Juan County and the San Juan County Fair Association will not be responsible for accident or damages. RULES: 1. The is no discount for one night, the full amount will be charged. 2. Vendors will need to contact the Board Members for space assignment. 3. Campers will be allowed to move in Thursday before the fair. All campers must be removed by 3:00 on the ending Sunday. 4. Electricity and water will be provided. Portble generators will be allowed.

5. Stock trailers without living quarters will not be allowed in the RV area, unless special circumstances warrant parking, and this is cleared by the Department Head. Any stock trailers left in RV parking will be removed and placed in RV #3 & #4 where stock trailer parking is allowed. 6. Septic pumping will be available at a nominal fee to the RV owner. 7. All vehicles in the RV parking area must have a gate pass affixed to the windshield or they will be asked to leave the area and park in the general parking lot. Exclusions will be Honorary Lifetime Passes which should be placed on the dash. 8. Loud, unruly, rude, and disruptive behavior is prohibited. Exhibitors and family members and their friends are advised that any act of discourtesy, drunkenness, disorderly conduct, foul language, destroying county, fair, or other exhibitor’s property is prohibited. The speed limit in the RV Park is 5 mph. Speeding in the park or the fairgrounds is prohibited. Violations of these policies will result in the gate passes for the exhibitor being revoked, and the RV being removed from the fair grounds. Courteous behavior is expected from all exhibitors, family, and friends. 11


4-H PROJECTS BOARD MEMBER: Lucille Jones, (505) 608-4659 DEPARTMENT HEAD: Shelly Hathorn, San Juan County Extension 4-H Family & Consumer Science Agent San Juan County Extension Office, (505) 334-9496 or website www.sanjuanextension.nmsu.edu 4-H INDOOR ENTRY FORMS DUE: August 1, 2019 Mail, fax, email or deliver entries to the San Juan County Extension Office, 213A S. Oliver Dr., Aztec, 87410 Fax: (505) 334-7146 Email: shporter@nmsu.edu All 4-H indoor entries MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED by the deadline in order to be exhibited at the fair. CHECK-IN: Saturday, August 10, 10 am until 4 pm at the San Juan County Fairgrounds, McGee Park Multi-Purpose Building DOORS OPEN FOR PUBLIC VIEWING on Monday, August 12 CHECK-OUT: Sunday, August 18, 10 am to 2 pm

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Special Rules: 1. All 4-H project exhibits will be entered free of charge. All pre-registered exhibits will be accepted for judging at the above check-in time and date. Only 4-H entry staff will be allowed to place exhibits in position for judging. 2. Exhibitors in this section must be enrolled in the appropriate 4-H project to compete in a given class. EACH EXHIBIT MUST BE COMPLETE AS LISTED UNDER PROJECT GUIDELINES. Only one entry per class allowed for each exhibitor. Exhibits must be the work of the 4-H exhibitor, meet project requirements and have been completed within the current 4-H year. 3. According to NM 4-H Policy, CloverBud members are not eligible for competition however members may exhibit CloverBud project work in the special indoor classes listed in the fairbook. All CloverBuds will receive CloverBud ribbons for their exhibits. CloverBud entries are not eligible to be entered at the NM State Fair. 3. No interference with the judges will be allowed. Only the 4-H Department Head and entry staff will be allowed in the exhibit hall while judging is in progress. DISPLAY AREA WILL NOT BE OPEN UNTIL JUDGING IS COMPLETE AND EXHIBITS ARE IN PLACE. Judges are instructed to award premiums only

if articles are deemed worthy of merit and meet 4-H project guidelines. The judge’s decisions are final. 5. All baked products receiving ribbons will be displayed, however non-ribboned baked products may be disposed of after judging, if space is limited. 6. Exhibits will be released Sunday, August 18th from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm to the exhibitor, their parents or a designated family member. Exhibits will not be released before 10:00am. 7. Blue Ribbon exhibits are eligible for NM State Fair competition, with the exception of those projects listed in fair book as being for county exhibit only. These exhibits will be retained by the San Juan County Extension Office at the end of the fair so the exhibits may be tagged and prepared for entry in the NM State Fair, unless indicated otherwise by the 4-H exhibitor. 8. SD* - All Self-Determined Projects should be advanced exhibits or projects and must include a completed copy of the Self-Determined Project Record Form 100.SD-1 (R-19) or project appropriate record form. Self-determined items that do not have a record sheet


4-H PROJECTS will not be eligible for entry in the fair. 9. Exhibit Sizing Guidelines: Posters: Posters may be no larger than 14 x 22 inches (this is half of a standard sheet of poster board) Posters are defined as any flat paper, foam board, cardboard, or other backing appropriate for hanging on the wall for display. Flat items placed on stands or with stands attached will be considered posters and the stands will not be utilized for display. Display Boards: Display Boards may be no larger than 18 x 48 inches (this is a small size display board or half of a standard display board). Display boards are defined as scored, freestanding science boards that may be purchased at any school supply store. These are boards made freestanding by the sides being folded in slightly. Other Exhibit Boards: Exhibit bases for three dimensional vertical displays may be no larger than 24 x 24 inches. A vertical display is defined as an exhibit with a solid base where the exhibit itself rises up. This would apply to small engines, Self-Determined, or any other appropriate 3-D display. Project Specific Boards: Some project boards are given specific measurements within the project. For example, Leathercraft and Braiding have guidelines in the project book. If an exhibit is defined by the project book that is the rule members must follow. BEST OF SHOW ROSETTES A 4-H rosette ribbon will be awarded at the judge’s discretion to one outstanding exhibit in each of the following categories. Animal Science Baking Cake Decorating

Consumer Education / Family Life / Housing & Interior Design Arts and Crafts Needlework Braiding / Leathercraft Engineering Science Food & Nutrition / Food Preservation Horticulture & Agronomy Natural Science Personal Growth & Development Photography Quilting Sewing Participants in the 4-H Best of Show Cake Contest must complete an indoor entry form to be mailed, faxed, emailed or delivered to the San Juan County Extension Office by August 1, 2019. 4-H BEST OF SHOW CAKE CONTEST Cake exhibits will be accepted at the 4-H Department in the McGee Park Multi-Purpose Building at the San Juan County Fairgrounds, Saturday, August 10, 2019 between 10 AM and 4 PM. Entries released Sunday, August 18 between 10 AM and 2 PM. The winning county fair cake entry will receive a $100 cash award. To be eligible to enter, a 4-H’er must be a member in good standing and be enrolled in a 4-H baking, cake decorating, food and nutrition and/or food preservation project. The 4-H’er must enter at least one exhibit from these project areas in the indoor fair exhibits. Eligible Entries Include: *One iced two-layer cake, made from scratch. *Cakes or frostings that require refrigeration will not be accepted. *Cake should be placed on a disposable cake board in a nonbreakable, covered container that is labeled with the exhibitor’s

name and club.

Please include captions.

The cake entry must also include a report portfolio in a three ring binder with the following information: 1. A photo of the cake on the outside of the three ring binder.

5. 4-H “Best of Show� Cake Contest Story – Not to exceed 2 double spaced, typed pages. Choose an easy to read font size and type. Story should include:

2. A cover page including a photo of the cake, exhibitor’s name, name of recipe and club name. 3. Neatly typed copy of the recipe, including directions. (Paper clip one additional copy of the recipe to the front inside cover of the binder). 4. Up to two pages of additional photos of exhibitor baking, frosting and decorating the cake.

* Goals related to their cake entry * How the cake recipe was chosen and why * What the exhibitor learned while making the cake * Any other information the exhibitor would like to share ANIMAL SCIENCE No live animals accepted in this exhibit area. See Special Rule # 9 for Mandatory Poster & Display Size Re



  

 

         

           

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4-H PROJECTS quirements in order to avoid disqualification. BEEF Class 1 Beef Cattle Exhibit Board (projects #1001, 1002, or 1003) Class 2 Self-Determined advanced Beef exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1or appropriate project record form. DAIRY CATTLE Class 3 Dairy Cattle Exhibit Board (project #1051, 1052 or 1053) Class 4 Self-Determined advanced Dairy Cattle exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. GOAT Class 5 Dairy Goat Exhibit Board (project #1101) Class 6 Meat Goat Exhibit Board (project #1103) Class 7 Pygmy Goat Exhibit Board (project #1104) Class 8 Self-Determined, advanced Goat exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. DOG CARE AND TRAINING Class 9 Dog I: Wiggles and Wags exhibit (project #1151) Class 10 Dog II: Bounding Away exhibit (project #1152) Class 11 Dog III: Leading the Way exhibit (project #1153) Class 12 Self-determined Dog Care exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD.1 or appropriate project record form. CATS Class 13 Cat I: Purr-fect Pals exhibit (project # 1154) Class 14 Cat II: Climbing Up exhibit (project # 1155) Class 15 Cat III: Leaping Forward exhibit (project # 1156) Class 16 Self-determined Cat exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1or appropriate

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project record form. HORSE Class 17 NM 4-H Horse Exhibit Board (project #1202) Class 18 Horse Science Exhibit (project #01204) Class 19 Self-determined Dog Care exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD.1 or appropriate project record form. RODEO Class 20 Rodeo Exhibit Board (project #1221) Class 21 Self-determined Rodeo exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. POULTRY Class 22 Poultry Production Exhibit Board (project #1251) Class 23 Self-determined advanced Poultry exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD1 or appropriate project record form. RABBIT Class 24 Rabbit I: What’s Hop-

pening exhibit (project #1301) Class 25 Rabbit II: Making Tracks Exhibit (project #1302) Class 26 Rabbit III: All Ears Exhibit (project #1303) Class 27 Self-determined advanced Rabbit exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. SHEEP Class 28 Market Lamb Exhibit Board (project #1351) Class 29 Sheep Production Ex-

hibit (project #1353) Class 30 Self-Determined Advanced Sheep exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1or appropriate project record form. SWINE Class 31 Market Swine Exhibit Board (project #1401) Class 32 Self-Determined advanced Swine exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1or appropriate project record form.


4-H PROJECTS VETERINARY SCIENCE Class 33 The Normal Animal Exhibit (project #1451) Class 34 Animal Disease Exhibit (project #1452) Class 35 Animal Health and Our World Exhibit (project #1453) Class 36 Self-Determined advanced Veterinary Science exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1or appropriate project record form. SMALL PETS – No live animals Class 37 Pet Pals exhibit board (project #1501) Class 38 Completed Pet Pals Project Workbook (project #1501) Class 39 Scurrying Ahead exhibit (project #1502) Class 40 Completed Scurrying Ahead Project Workbook (project #1502) Class 41 Tropical Fish exhibit (project #1504) Class 42 Hamster exhibit (project #1506) Class 43 Guinea Pig exhibit (project #1508) Class 44 Birds (Indoor) exhibit (project #1510) Class 45 Self-Determined advanced Small Pets exhibit including Self-Determined Project Record Form #100.SD.1. HORTICULTURE AND AGRONOMY See Special Rule # 9 for Manda-

vanced Landscape Gardening exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. GARDENING (PRODUCE) Class 112 Produce basket (collection of produce grown by member AND list of vegetables included) (project #2251) Class 113 Gardening Exhibit (project #2251) Class 114 Completed Project Book (project #2251) Class 115 Self-determined advanced Vegetable Garden exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. tory Poster & Display Size Requirements in order to avoid disqualification.

SD Project Record Form #100.SD1 or appropriate project record form.

PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCE Class 100 Poster about soils (project #2001) Class 101 Display board utilizing soils (project # 2001) Class 102 Poster about plant parts and functions (project # 2001) Class 103 Display utilizing a live plant to illustrate plant parts (parts must be labeled) (project #2001) Class 104 Terrarium (project #2001) Class 105 Self-determined Plant and Soil Sciences exhibit including

GARDENING (FLOWER) Class 106 Floral Arrangement (project #2102) Class 107 Exhibit about Flower Gardening (project # 2102) Class 109 Self-determined advanced Flower Garden exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. GARDENING (LANDSCAPE) Class 110 Landscape Gardening Exhibit (project #2201) Class 111 Self-determined ad-

RANGE PLANT MANAGEMENT Class 116 Poster about Range Plant Management (project #2300) Class 117 Ten mounted range plants with 3” x 5” label exhibited in a notebook (project #2300) Class 118 Self-determined advanced Range Plant Management exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. FORESTRY Class 119 Poster about Forestry (project #2401) Class 120 Forest Tree Collection – cross-section of tree trunk/large branch with parts labeled & purpose of part listed (project #2401)

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4-H PROJECTS Class 121 Self-determined advanced Forestry exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. NATURAL SCIENCE See Special Rule # 9 for Mandatory Poster & Display Size Requirements in order to avoid disqualification. ENTOMOLOGY Class 200 Entomology I exhibit (not an insect collection) (project #3051) Class 201 Entomology II Insect Collection (20 specimens from at least 5 orders) (project #3052) Class 202 Entomology III Insect Collection (30 specimens from at least 10 orders) (project #3052) Class 203 Entomology IV Insect Collection (30 specimens from at least 10 orders) (project #3052) Class 204 Entomology V Insect Collection (30 specimens from at least 10 orders) (project

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#3052) Class 205 Self-determined advanced Entomology exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. WILDLIFE Class 206 Discovering Wildlife in NM exhibit (project #3101) Class 207 Small game of NM exhibit (project # 3102) Class 208 Waterfowl Management exhibit (project # 3103) Class 209 Big Game of NM exhibit (project #3104) Class 210 Self-determined advanced Wildlife exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. SHOOTING SPORTS Class 211 Rifle exhibit (.22 or Air Rifle) showing terms, history, parts, safety, equipment or techniques (project #3201) Class 212 Completed Rifle Member Record

Book 100.F-38 N-16) Class 213 Pistol exhibit showing terms, history, parts, safety, equipment, or techniques (project #3202) Class 214 Shotgun exhibit showing terms, history, parts, safety, equipment, or techniques (project #3203) Class 215 Completed Shotgun Member Record Book (100.F-40 N-18) Class 216 Archery exhibit showing terms, history, parts, safety, equipment or techniques (project #3204) Class 217 Completed Archery Member Record Book (100.F-41A) Class 218 Muzzle loading exhibit showing terms, history, parts, safety, equipment, or techniques (project #3206) Class 219 Complete Muzzleloading Member Record Book (100.F-44 N-18) Class 220 Self-determined advanced Shooting Sports exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.


4-H PROJECTS SPORT FISHING Class 240 Poster demonstrating common sport fish species found in your county and the water where they can be found (project #3401) Class 241 Exhibit on fishing safety (project #3401) Class 242 Exhibit using rope to demonstrate tying the common knots used in fishing (project #3401) Class 243 One original fly or lure crafted by the member with a poster describing which fish and conditions the fly is designed for and how to use the tackle properly (project #3401) Class 244 Self-determined advanced Sport Fishing exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. ENGINEERING SCIENCE ELECTRICITY (Please mount electricity exhibits on boards or place in box with lids for safe handling) Class 300 Flashlight (project # 4151) Class 301 A Simple Switch (project # 4151) Class 302 Electromagnet (project #4151) Class 303 Completed Magic of Electricity Project Book (project #4151) Class 304 Complete Simple Circuit Demonstrating DC and AC Current (project #4152) Class 305 Parallel Circuit Board with Proper Symbols (project #4152) Class 306 Series Circuit Board Labeled with Proper Symbols (project #4152) Class 307 Battery Alarm (project #4152) Class 308 Completed Investigating Electricity Project Book (project #4152) Class 309 Exhibit of various

electrical wires, labeled with gauge, type and usage (project #4153) Class 310 Poster demonstrating 3 major types of light bulbs (project #4153) Class 311 Poster showing circuits and switches floor plan of your home, including receptacles and fixtures, labeled with proper symbols (project #4153) Class 312 Completed Wired for Power Project Book (project #4153) Class 313 Circuit using diodes, label all parts with proper symbols (project #4154) Class 314 Circuit that intermittently flashes the LED (project #4154) Class 315 A 6 to 8 watt amplifier (project #4154) Class 316 Completed Entering Electronics Project Book (project #4154) Class 317 Self-determined advanced Electricity exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.

SMALL ENGINES Class 318 Crank It-Up exhibit (project #4251) Class 319 Crank It-Up completed project workbook (project #4251) Class 320 Warm It-Up exhibit (project #4252) Class 321 Warm It-Up completed project workbook (project #4252) Class 322 Tune It-Up exhibit (project #4253) Class 323 Tune It-Up completed project workbook (project #4253) Class 324 Self-determined advanced Small Engines exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD.1 or appropriate project record form. WELDING Class 325 Unit 1 Name Plate – no larger than 12” x 24” x 3/16” or ¼” (project #4301) Class 326 Unit 1 Silhouettes – set of 4 NRA small bore rifle regulation animals ¼” or 3/16” thick

(project #4301) Class 327 Unit 1 Clover –12” across by ¼” or 3/16” thick (project #4301) Class 328 Unit 2 Skill Plate (project #4302) Class 329 Unit 2 Adjustable Sawhorse (project #4302) Class 330 Self-determined advanced Welding exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. ROCKETRY Class 331 Unit I- Model Rocket - Skill Level 1 (project #4401) Class 332 Unit I- Model Rocket - Skill Level II (project #4401) Class 333 Unit II - Model Rocket – Multi-stage (project #4402) Class 334 Unit II – Rocketry Exhibit (project #4402) Class 335 Self-determined advanced Rocketry exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.

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4-H PROJECTS WOOD SCIENCE Class 336 Measuring Up – Flower box (project #4451) Class 337 Measuring Up – Napkin or letter holder (project #4451) Class 338 Measuring Up – Picture Frame (project #4451) Class 339 Measuring Up – Completed project workbook (project #4451) Class 340 Making the Cut – Napkin or letter holder (project #4452) Class 341 Making the Cut – Birdhouse (project #4452) Class 342 Making the Cut – Foot Stool (project #4452) Class 343 Making the Cut – Completed project workbook (project #4452) Class 344 Nailing it Together – Bookcase (project #4453) Class 345 Nailing it Together – Learning Tree Jigsaw Puzzle (project # 4453) Class 346 Nailing it Together – Box of many uses (project #4453) Class 347 Nailing it Together – Completed project workbook (project # 4453) Class 348 Finishing Up – Name Plate with inlay and overlay (project #4454) Class 349 Finishing Up – Step Stool/Chair (project #4454) Class 350 Finishing Up – Table Top Hockey Game (project #4454) Class 351 Finishing Up – Completed project workbook (project #4454) 18

Class 352 Self-determined advanced Wood Science exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. ROBOTICS Class 360 Self-determined Robotics exhibit including SelfDetermined Project Record Form # 100.SD-1. PERSONAL GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT WELCOME TO NM 4-H (project #5001) Class 400 4-H Banner including name, club, county and 4-H clover (no larger than 18� x 24�) Class 401 Decorated 4-H TShirt (must have a 4-H theme) Class 402 Frame decorated with 4-H clover and slogan or motto with photo of 4-H members or a 4-H activity (frame may not contain glass and may be no larger than 9�x12�) Class 403 Poster showing your participation in a 4-H event or activity. (Size: 1/2 of regular poster board) Class 406 Self-determined advanced 4-H Growth and Development exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD.1 or appropriate project record form. HEALTH & SAFETY Class 407 Sports Fitness exhibit (project #5040) Class 408 Self-determined Physical Fitness exhibit includ-

ing SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1. Class 409 Self-determined Health exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD1 (project #5029) Class 410 Self-determined Safety exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD1 or appropriate project record form.

CITIZENSHIP Class 411 Unit I: My Clubs and Groups project exhibit (project #5351) Class 412 Unit II: My Com-

munity project exhibit (project #5352) Class 413 Unit III: My Heritage project exhibit (project #5353) Class 414 Unit IV: My Government project exhibit (project #5354) Class 415 Unit V: My World project exhibit (project # 5355) Class 416 Self-determined advanced Citizenship exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.

      

          

           

               


4-H PROJECTS LEADERSHIP Class 417 Leadership I Poster demonstrating personal leadership (project #5201) Class 418 Leadership II Photo story showing personal leadership event (project #5203) Class 419 Leadership III Written goals, action plan and results of a leadership event encouraging leadership in others (project #5205) Class 420 Self-determined advanced Leadership exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. SPEAKING Class 421 Written speech on topic of choice given at a 4-H event (project #5301) Class 422 Portfolio on a speech given at a 4-H Event (project #5301) Class 423 Picture Display of Visual Aids (project #5301) Class 424 Video of Speech (project #5301)

Class 425 Written Story of your Public Speaking experience (project #5301) Class 426 Self-determined advanced Public Speaking exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD.1 or appropriate project record form. CLOWNING Class 427 Clowning project exhibit (project #5401) Class 428 Self-determined advanced Clowning exhibit including SD Record Form #100.SD.1 or appropriate project record form. DIGITAL STORY TELLING – (Project #5311) (Place on new flash drive with name, age, club in container or self-closing bag) Class 429 Exhibit About Digital Story Telling Class 430 Digital Story With a 4-H Theme Class 431 Digital Story With a Non-4-H Theme NEW MEXICO FLAVOR –

(Project #5501) Class 502 Plate of three (3) flour tortillas (specify flour type ) Class 503 Chile Ristra Class 504 Recipe box with recipes Class 505 Plate of three (3) Biscochitos Class 506 Plate of three (3) NM Wedding Cookies Class 507 Plate of three (3) Corn Tortillas Class 508 Plate of three (3) Empanadas UNIQUELY NEW MEXICO (Project #5502) Class 509 Journal about a County Trip Class 510 Sand Art Article Class 511 Tin Art Article Class 512 Corn Necklace Class 513 Cornhusk doll Class 514 Piùata Class 515 Craft of Your Choice (must pertain to NM) NEW MEXICO ROUND UP – (Project #5503)

(Posters must be no larger than ½ of a regular size poster board) Class 516 Rope Article Class 517 Plate of three (3) Sourdough Biscuits Class 518 Beef Jerky – 4 strips Class 519 Trail Mix (1/2 pint jar) Class 520 Poster of your County Agriculture Products Class 521 Poster on the Cattle Industry in NM Class 522 Poster on the Sheep Industry in NM Class 523 Craft of your choice using a recycled boot Class 530 Self-determined advanced Cultural Education exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. COMPUTER Class 600 Self-determined Computer exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD.1.

                 

           

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4-H PROJECTS CREATIVE ARTS LEATHERCRAFT Class 700 Unit I - Coaster (project #6001) Class 701 Unit I - Dog collar (project #6001) Class 702 Unit I - Coin purse (project #6001) Class 703 Unit I - Knife sheath (project #6001) Class 704 Unit I - Other stamped item (project #6001) Class 705 Unit I Practice Board (project #6001) Class 706 Unit II Exhibit Board (project #6002) Class 707 Unit III & Advanced – Wallet / Check Book Cover (project #6003) Class 708 Unit III & Advanced – Belt

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(project #6003) Class 709 Unit III & Advanced – Chaps / Chinks (project #6003) Class 710 Unit III & Advanced – Purse /Bag (project #6003) Class 711 Unit III & Advanced – Notebook / Portfolio / Tablet Case (project #6003) Class 712 Unit III & Advanced – Home or Office Accessory (project #6003) Class 713 Unit III & Advanced – Tack and Saddle Accouterments (project #6003) Class 714 Unit III & Advanced – Gun cases / holsters (project #6003) Class 715 Unit III & Advanced – Saddle Class 716 Unit III & Advanced – Any other small item not suitable for the above classes (no larger than an 8 ½ by

11” sheet of paper) Class 717 Unit III & Advanced – Any other large item not suitable for the above classes (larger than an 8 ½ by 11” sheet of paper) Class 718 Self-determined advanced Leathercraft exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. BRAIDING Class 725 Unit 1 Exhibit board (project #6011) Class 726 Unit 2 Exhibit board (project #6012) Class 727 Advanced Braided Belt (project #6013) Class 728 Self-determined advanced Braiding exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form


4-H PROJECTS EMBROIDERY - (Project #6051) Class 800 Unit 1 - Embroidery article for yourself Class 801 Unit 1 - Embroidery article for your home Class 802 Unit 2 - Embroidery article meeting Unit 2 requirements Class 803 Unit 3 - An article using colcha Class 804 Unit 3 - An article using crewel CROSS-STITCH – (Project #6055) Class 805 Unit 1 Cross-stitch article using pre-stamped design Class 806 Unit 1 Cross-stitch article using transfer design Class 807 Unit 2 Cross-stitch article on even weave fabric from charted design Class 808 Unit 2 Cross-stitch article on gingham from charted design Class 809 Unit 2 Cross-stitch article on perforated paper from charted design Class 810 Unit 3 Cross-stitch article charted from a picture Class 811 Unit 3 Cross-stitch article from an original chart Class 812 Unit 3 Cross-stitch exhibit done in Assisi NEEDLEPOINT – (Project #6071) Class 813 Unit 1 Design in half cross-stitch and completed project record sheet Class 814 Unit 1 Design in half cross-stitch and continental stitch with completed project record sheet Class 815 Unit 2 Sampler with 12 stitch variations finished appropriately and completed project record sheet Class 816 Unit 2 Knife-edge pillow or picture with at least six

stitch variations and completed project record sheet Class 817 Unit 3 Article in Bargello, Florentine, Hungarian, Parisian, Brick or upright Gobelin stitch and completed project record sheet Class 818 Unit 3 Article using at least five slanted and two straight stitch variations and completed project record sheet CROCHET – (Project #6061) Class 819 Unit 1 Scarf, cap or beret (choose one) using a combination of single and double crochet stitches Class 820 Unit 1 Pillow using a granny square design Class 821 Unit 2 Potholder using basic crochet stitches and one or more pattern stitches Class 822 Unit 2 Decorative Stitch Pillow using basic stitches and one or more pattern stitches Class 823 Unit 3 Afghan, shawl, scarf or throw using one or a combination of the following stitches: Afghan Stitch, Broomstick Lace, or Hairpin Lace

placemats, pillow top, scarf, muffler or other items Class 828 Unit II Two articles (shrink, vest, simple sweater, poncho, shawl, cap and/or mittens) showing: a. Increasing and decreasing stitches b. Two or more connected pieces c. Use of two of more colors (as in stripes) d. A combination of at least two variations of basic knit and purl stitches in each article Class 829 Unit III Garment or large article such as an afghan, coat, sweater, dress, suit or other item, using a pattern that includes a design variation in

stitch pattern and/or color Class 830 Unit III Mittens, socks or hat knitted using four needles 4-H WEAVING – (Project #6065) Class 831 Constructed Loom Class 832 Woven Coasters (Set of 4) Class 833 Woven Placemat Class 834 Self-determined Advanced Fibercraft exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.

MACRAME – (Project #6081) Class 824 Unit 1 Two small articles illustrating square and half hitch knots and their variations with a completed project record sheet Class 825 Unit 2 Two articles using different knots or knot variations of different types of yarn or cord with completed project record sheet Class 826 Unit 3 Article of original design with chart and completed project record sheet KNITTING – (Project #6041) Class 827 Unit I Two small articles, using basic knitting stitches – knit and purl (head band, cap, slippers, belt, purse, 21


4-H PROJECTS CERAMICS – (Project #6101) Class 900 One glazed item Class 901 One underglazed item – a ceramic color was used under a glaze Class 902 One overglazed item – decorative finish fired on a glazed surface Class 903 One unfired finish item – stains, dry brush, gold leaf, air brush, etc Class 904 One hand-molded clay item Class 905 One greenware adaptation item Class 906 Self-determined advanced Ceramics exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. PHOTOGRAPHY Guidelines: Single photographs (3½” x 5”, 4” x 6”, or 5” x 7” prints) must be mounted on an 8” x 10” backing without frames or glass, with a caption. Set of 2 or 3 photographs (3½” x 5” or 4” x 6” prints) must be mounted on an 11” x 14” backing without frames or glass, with a caption for each photo. Set of 4 or 5 photographs (3½ x 5” or 4”x 6” prints) must be mounted on 14” x 22” backing without frames or glass, with a caption for each photo. Backing needs to be sturdy enough to support photo and travel well. ALL photos must have a caption placed beside the photo. UNIT I -- FOCUS ON PHOTOGRAPHY – (Proj. #6201) Class 1000 Unit 1 Set of 2 Portraits (two photos of the same person – one using landscape and one using a portrait position) Class 1001 Unit 1 Set of 2 Shadow Photo (one with item casting shadow, one shadow only) Class 1002 Unit 1 Trick Photo Class 1003 Unit 1 Same subject taken with front, back, side and top lighting (4 photos) Class 1004 Unit 1 Set of Birds Eye View and Bugs Eye View Photos (2 photos) Class 1005 Unit 1 Black and White Photo 22

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UNIT II -- CONTROLLING THE IMAGE – Proj. #6202) Class 1007 Unit 2 Photo Showing Good Composition Class 1008 Unit 2 Action Photo Class 1009 Unit 2 Photo Set at Night Class 1010 Unit 2 Silhouette Photo Class 1011 Unit 2 Set of 5 Photos of the Same Subject Taken From Different Angles UNIT III -- MASTERING PHOTOGRAPHY – Proj. #6203 Class 1012 Unit 3 – Reflection Photo Class 1013 Unit 3 – Still-life Photo Class 1014 Unit 3 – Portrait Photo Class 1015 Unit 3 – Display of 3 photos for a marketing brochure Class 1016 Unit 3- Exhibit of 5 specialty photos (photos using special lens, special effects, lighting and/or other specialized equipment labeled for technique) DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – (Project #6204) Class 1017 Display of your five (5) favorite photos with captions Class 1018 Display of three (3) news event photos Class 1019 Color photo converted to black and white – must include original photo Class 1020 Black and white photo with some color added – must include black and white photo Class 1021 Photo with an added vignette and background – must include original photo Class 1022 Photo documenting a 4-H event with caption Class 1024 Self-Determined Advanced Photography exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. SCRAPBOOKING – (Project #6206) Class 1025 One scrapbook page in a 8.5”x11” or 12”x 12” format Class 1026 Two scrapbook pages in a 8.5”x11” or 12”x 12” format that go together in a set - 2 pages


4-H PROJECTS Class 1027 One competed theme album of any size Class 1028 One competed gift album of any size Class 1029 One covered photo album Class 1030 Self-Determined Advanced Scrapbooking exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. DUDED UP DENIM – (Project #7163) (Items must follow patterns/instructions included in project book) Class 1040 Pocket Purse Class 1041 Pot Holder Class 1042 Apron Class 1043 Pocket Frame Class 1044 Magnetic Board Class 1045 Rag Quilt (denim) Class 1046 Any other item from project book JEWELRY MAKING – (Project #6111) Items must utilize techniques learned in project book. Do not use crimp covers. Class 1050 Pair of Earrings Class 1051 Keychain Class 1052 Leather Bracelet Class 1053 Necklace Class 1054 Bookmark Class 1055 One complete set jewelry (including earrings, necklace and bracelet) Class 1056 Jewelry Business Portfolio: including business name, logo, outline of 5 step marketing plan and product pricing worksheets Class 1057 Other item using memory wire, elastic bead cord or flex bead cord Class 1058 Self-Determined Advanced Jewelry exhibit including SD Record Sheet #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.

SEWING II – (Project #7003) Class 1104 Unit 2 - Patchwork Pillow Class 1105 Unit 2 - Handy Dandy Apron Class 1106 Unit 2 - X-citing Pants or Shorts Class 1107 Unit 2 - X-tra Special Shirt MIX AND MATCH I – (Project #7101) (No zipper in garments) Class 1108 Sam, the Slinky Snake Class 1109 Skirt and top Class 1110 Vest and skirt/pants Class 1111 Top and pants/shorts Class 1112 Jumper and top MIX AND MATCH II – (Project #7102) (One garment must include a zipper) Class 1113 Top and skirt Class 1114 Top and pants/shorts Class 1115 Jumper and top Class 1116 Outfit with three pieces Class 1117 Vest and pants/skirt

ORIGAMI – (Project #6207) Class 1070 Origami Exhibit – types of paper, techniques, history, etc. Class 1071 Origami House Class 1072 Origami Piano Class 1073 Origami Crane Class 1074 Origami Ball Class 1075 Origami Four Leaf Clover Class 1076 Origami Item not in project manual HOME ECONOMICS SEWING I – (Project #7002) Class 1100 Unit 1 - Sewing Tool Kit Class 1101 Unit 1 - Simple Gathered Skirt Class 1102 Unit 1-Quick and Easy Tote Bag Class 1103 Unit 1 - Scrunchie 23


4-H PROJECTS LET’S MAKE A T-SHIRT Class 1118 T-shirt (sewn, not decorated) (project #7103) SEW AND GO – (Project #7104) Class 1119 Quick Sack Class 1120 Jumbo Garment Bag Class 1121 Handy Duffle Bag Class 1122 Super Duffle Bag CREATIVE TOUCHES – (Project #7105) Class 1123 Embellished shirt-denim, sweatshirt or T-shirt using techniques in project book Class 1124 Embellished jacket Class 1125 Embellished vest Class 1126 Embellished pants Class 1127 Accessories--decorated tote bag, shoes, hats or socks SENIOR CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION I (project #7153) **Senior Level ONLY CASUAL WEAR Class 1128 Casual dress – one or two piece Class 1129 Pants/slacks with blouse/shirt (2 pieces) Class 1130 Shorts and top (2 pieces) Class 1131 Skirt and top (2 pieces) Class 1132 Jumper and blouse (2 pieces) Class 1133 Jumpsuit COORDINATES Class 1134 Skirt with blouse and vest or jacket (3 pieces) Class 1135 Pants with blouse and vest or jacket (3 pieces)

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DRESS-UP ATTIRE Class 1138 Dress (non-formal) Class 1139 Suit (at least 2 pieces) Class 1140 Dress and jacket (2 pieces) FORMAL WEAR Class 1141 Prom dress or bridesmaid’s dress (short) Class 1142 Prom dress or bridesmaid’s dress (long) Class 1143 Wedding Dress Class 1144 Tuxedo Class 1145 Cutaway coat and slacks SENIOR CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION II (project #7154) **Senior Level ONLY CREATIVE DESIGN All garments must be the original design or adaptation of the exhibitor Class 1146 Shirt / Blouse / Top Class 1147 Pant / Shorts / Skirt Class 1148 Dress Class 1149 Two-Piece Outfit – Shirt/Top/Jacket & Pants/Skirt Class 1150 Three-Piece Outfit – Jacket, Blouse/Shirt/Top & Pants/Skirt Class 1150 Three-Piece Outfit – Jacket, Blouse/Shirt/Top & Pants/Skirt FASHION MAGIC - SENIOR LEVEL ONLY WARDROBE PLANNING - Phase I (project #7155) Class 1164 Planning Notebook & Clothing Ensemble Class 1165 Wardrobe Planning Exhibit CLOTHING COORDINATION - Phase II (project #7162)

Class 1166 Coordination Notebook & Clothing Ensemble Class 1167 Clothing Coordination Exhibit SENIOR CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION II (project #7154) **Senior Level ONLY CREATIVE DESIGN All garments must be the original design or adaptation of the exhibitor Class 1146 Shirt / Blouse / Top Class 1147 Pant / Shorts / Skirt Class 1148 Dress Class 1149 Two-Piece Outfit – Shirt/Top/Jacket & Pants/Skirt FASHION CONSUMERISM & CAREERS Phase III Class 1168 Fashion Consumerism & Careers Exhibit (project # 7161) SERGER SEWING (project #7158) Class 1169 Tissue cover Class 1170 Eyeglass case Class 1171 Book cover Class 1172 Tote bag Class 1173 T-shirt Class 1174 Running shorts Class 1175 T-shirt dress Class 1176 Half slip Class 1177 Fringed skirt and shawl (2 pieces) Class 1178 Scarf Class 1179 Set of four place mats and napkins Class 1180 Advanced garment Class 1181 Self-determined Sewing exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.


QUILTING (project #6030) Class 1182 Quick and Easy Throw Class 1183 Rag Throw Class 1184 Large Rag Quilt Class 1185 Rail Fence Throw (Pieced and quilted by member – tied, hand or machine quilted) Class 1186 Rail Fence Throw (Pieced by member, quilted by other) Class 1187 Rail Fence Quilt (Pieced and quilted by member – tied, hand or machine quilted) Class 1188 Rail Fence Quilt (Pieced by member, quilted by other) Class 1189 9 – Patch Throw (Pieced and quilted by member – tied, hand or machine quilted) Class 1190 9 – Patch Throw (Pieced by member, quilted by other) Class 1191 9 – Patch Quilt (Pieced and quilted by member

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– tied, hand or machine quilted) Class 1192 9 – Patch Quilt (Pieced by member, quilted by other) Class 1193 Quick and Easy Pillowcase Class 1194 Rag Quilt Pillow Class 1195 Rail Fence Pillow Class 1196 9 – Patch Pillow Class 1198 Self-determined Advanced Quilted exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.

QUICK MEALS (project #7382) Class 1205 Spicy Granola Cereal (l/2 pint jar) Class 1206 Breakfast Bars – (3) Class 1207 Oatmeal Applesauce Cookies – (3) Class 1208 Menu for a day (mounted on firm paper 8 ½” x

11”) Class 1209 Completed project workbook FOOD AND NUTRITION FOOD, FRIENDS AND FUN (project #7384) Class 1210 Applesauce Oatmeal Muffins – (3) Class 1211 Plan a Party Guide (mounted on firm 8 ½” x 11” paper) Class 1212 Gift from the kitchen Class 1213 Completed project workbook OUTDOOR COOKING UNIT 1 – ON THE GRILL Class 1214 Unit I - Outdoor Cooking Grilling Exhibit (project #7386) Class 1215 Unit 1 - Outdoor Cooking Grilling Recipe (original or adapted, mounted on firm 8

½” x 11” paper) Class 1216 Unit 1 - Completed Grilling Menu Planning Worksheet OUTDOOR COOKING UNIT 2 – GOING DUTCH Class 1217 Unit 2 – Outdoor Cooking Dutch Oven Exhibit (project #7387) Class 1218 Unit 2 – Outdoor Cooking Dutch Oven Recipe (original or adapted – mounted on firm 8 ½” x 11” paper) Class 1219 Unit 2 – Completed Dutch Oven Menu Planning Worksheet SUPER SNACKING (project #7257) Class 1225 Super Snacking exhibit Class 1226 Completed project book Class 1230 Self-determined Foods and Nutrition exhibit including SD Project Record Form

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4-H PROJECTS #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. BAKING All Baking Exhibits must be made using the recipes provided in the 4-H project books in order to avoid disqualification. BAKING - UNIT I (project #7280) Class 1300 Three (3) biscuits Class 1301 Three (3) plain muffins Class 1302 Three (3) chocolate chip cookies Class 1303 Three (3) sugar cookies – round, plain, un-iced BAKING - UNIT II (project #7282) Class 1304 Banana Nut Bread—one standard size loaf Class 1305 Quick Coffee Cake-- two 2'' x 2'' squares Class 1306 Three (3) Brown Sugar Nut Cookies Class 1307 Three (3) Jam Thumbprint Cookies Class 1308 Plain Brownies-three 2" x 2" squares Class 1309 Cornbread-- two 2" x 2" squares BREADS (project #7284) (Place on plate inside plastic bag) Class 1310 Three (3) cinnamon rolls – (iced) Class 1311 Three (3) whole wheat refrigerator rolls Class 1312 One (1) 9”x5” loaf white yeast bread Class 1313 Three (3) crescent rolls Class 1314 Three (3) Angel biscuits Class 1315 One (1) loaf or three (3) rolls of any other specialty bread from project PASTRIES AND PIES (project #7286) (Please bake in disposable pie tin – no glass or ceramic) Class 1316 One 8" or 9" dou-

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ble crust peach or apricot pie Class 1317 One 8" or 9" double crust berry pie (includes cherry) Class 1318 Two fruit-filled turnovers or empanadas Class 1319 One 8” or 9” double crust apple pie CAKES (project 7300) (Please exhibit on cake round placed in covered cake carrier or cake box – label with name, age & club) Class 1320 One Single 8” or 9” Round Yellow Cake, unfrosted Class 1321 White or Yellow Two Layer Cake w/ butter cream frosting Class 1322 Chocolate Two Layer Cake w/ chocolate butter cream frosting (Devil’s Food or Chocolate Sour Cream) Class 1323 Sponge Cake – unfrosted Class 1324 Angel Food Cake – unfrosted Class 1325 Pound Cake – unfrosted Class 1326 German Chocolate Cake w/ Coconut Pecan Frosting (may also frost sides w/Chocolate Butter Cream Frosting) Class 1327 Jelly Roll Class 1328 Apple Bundt Cake – unfrosted CAKE DECORATING All entries must be real cakes from mix or scratch – no forms or foam. Cakes will be cut and tasted for judging. Decorations do not need to follow the County Fair theme. Exhibit on disposable covered cake base placed in covered cake carrier or cake box labeled with exhibitor’s name, age & club. CAKE DECORATING – UNITS 1 – 3 (project #7301) (Royal icing or fondant cannot be used as a base frosting in these beginning units)

Class 1340 Unit 1 – One decorated single layer cake using only edible decorations. NO decorating tips, character pans or cut up cakes. (8” or 9” round or 9” x 13” cake) Class 1341 Unit 2 – One decorated single layer cake using the writing, leaf and star tips. (8” or 9” round or 9” x 13” cake) Class 1342 Unit 3 – One decorated two-layer cake using 3-5 tips including the writing, leaf and star tips in decorating with a side border and figure piping. (8” or 9” round) CAKES (project 7300) (Please exhibit on cake round placed in covered cake carrier or cake box – label with name, age & club)

Class 1320 One Single 8” or 9” Round Yellow Cake, unfrosted Class 1321 White or Yellow Two Layer Cake w/ butter cream frosting Class 1322 Chocolate Two Layer Cake w/ chocolate butter cream frosting (Devil’s Food or Chocolate Sour Cream) Class 1323 Sponge Cake – unfrosted Class 1324 Angel Food Cake – unfrosted Class 1325 Pound Cake – unfrosted Class 1326 German Chocolate Cake w/Coconut Pecan Frosting (may also frost sides w/Chocolate Butter Cream Frosting)


4-H PROJECTS Class 1327 Jelly Roll Class 1328 Apple Bundt Cake – unfrosted Class 1323 Sponge Cake – unfrosted Class 1324 Angel Food Cake – unfrosted Class 1325 Pound Cake – unfrosted Class 1326 German Chocolate Cake w/ Coconut Pecan Frosting (may also frost sides w/Chocolate Butter Cream Frosting) Class 1327 Jelly Roll Class 1328 Apple Bundt Cake – unfrosted CAKE DECORATING All entries must be real cakes from mix or scratch – no forms or foam. Cakes will be cut and tasted for judging. Decorations do not need to follow the County Fair theme. Exhibit on disposable covered cake base placed in covered cake carrier or cake box labeled with exhibitor’s name, age & club. CAKE DECORATING – UNITS 1 – 3 (project #7301) (Royal icing or fondant cannot be used as a base frosting in these beginning units) Class 1340 Unit 1 – One decorated single layer cake using only edible decorations. NO decorating tips, character pans or cut up cakes. (8” or 9” round or 9” x 13” cake) Class 1341 Unit 2 – One decorated single layer cake using the writing, leaf and star tips. (8” or 9” round or 9” x 13” cake) Class 1342 Unit 3 – One decorated two-

layer cake using 3-5 tips including the writing, leaf and star tips in decorating with a side border and figure piping. (8” or 9” round) CAKE DECORATING – UNITS 4 – 6 (project #7302) Class 1343 One decorated character cake, which resembles the shape of a character or object made without cutting. Class 1344 Three (3) decorated cupcakes of a similar design or theme. Class 1345 Character or design using a single layer of cupcakes on one cake board no larger than 9”x13”. Class 1346 One decorated cut-up cake using 3 different types of tips (frosting, edible materials, including royal icing and fondant are allowed). Internal non-edible supports are allowed, but must not be visible. CAKE DECORATING – UNITS 7 – 9 (project #7303) Class 1347 One two-layer 8”, 9” or 10” cake using a minimum of one flat surface flower, one flower made on a flat flower nail, one border and one side trim. Class 1348 One decorated two-layer 8”, 9” or 10” round or square cake suing fondant and gum paste decorations as well as any skills from Units 3-7. Class 1349 One decorated two-layer 8”, 9” or 10” cake using string work and flower(s) made on a lily flower nail and border. CAKE DECORATING – UNITS 10-12 (Sr. Only) (#7304) Class 1350 One decorated cake of three

or more tiers of graduated sizes, using supports and separator plates. Pillars may be used, but are not required. Border is required. Class 1351 One molded or shaped object may be on a decorated cake or an independent display in a case (no larger than 10”) to protect item. Class 1352 One detailed notebook describing your cake decorating project including goals, plans, accomplishments, evaluation (pages 24-28 in project book) and photos. Class 1360 Self-determined Baking exhibit including SD Record Form #100SD-1or appropriate project record form. DAIRY FOOD UNIT 1 - MILK (project #7310) Class 1400 Buttermilk Cornbread - one 3” piece Class 1401 Three (3) Oatmeal Cookies Class 1402 Completed project record form UNIT 2 - ICE CREAM (project #7312) Class 1403 Granola Cookies (3) Class 1404 Completed project record form UNIT 3 - CHEESE (project #7314) Class 1405 Cheese sticks Class 1406 Completed project record form Class 1407 Self-determined Dairy Foods exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form.

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4-H PROJECTS FOOD PRESERVATION FREEZING (project #7401) Class 1500 Home Freezer Inventory Record (8 ½” x 11”) Class 1501 Menu Plan for Three (3) Meals, using frozen foods from your freezer inventory (8 ½” x 11”) DRYING (project #7403) Class 1502 Poster to which two samples of different fruits are attached. Each sample should be in a small zip top plastic bag (for display purposes only) and should contain approximately ¼ cup of dried fruit. Label each fruit sample with drying method used and date prepared. Class 1503 Poster to which two (2) samples of different fruit or fruit/vegetable leathers are attached. Each sample should be in a small zip-top plastic bag (for display purposes only) and should contain a strip or square of fruit leather approximately 16 square inches (4” x 4” or 2” x 8”). Label each fruit leather with

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drying method used and date prepared. Class 1504 Poster to which two (2) samples of different dried vegetables are attached. Each sample should be in a small zip-top plastic bag (for display purposes only) and should contain approximately ¼ cup of dried vegetables. Label each vegetable sample with drying method used and date prepared. Class 1505 Poster to which two (2) samples of different dried herbs are attached. Each sample should be in a small zip-top plastic bag (for display purposes only) and should contain approximately ¼ cup of dried herbs (leaves only, no stems, whole, chopped or crumbled herb pieces). Label each herb sample with drying method used and date prepared. BOILING WATER BATH CANNING (project #7405) (All canning exhibits must be labeled with name of product, date and processing information. Recipes used

must be from the project book however jam and jelly recipes may be from commercial pectin directions or recipes without added pectin. Make sure processing times are adjusted for altitude. Class 1506 One (1) jar Pickle Relish Class 1507 One (1) jar Bread and Butter Pickles Class 1508 One (1) jar Fresh Pack Dill Pickles Class 1509 One (1) jar Tomatoes, in Juice Class 1510 One (1) jar Tomato Salsa Class 1511 One (1) jar Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines or Pears Class 1512 One (1) jar Berries Class 1513 One (1) jar Cherries Class 1514 One (1) jar Any Variety Jelly


4-H PROJECTS Class 1515 One (1) jar Any Variety Jam Class 1516 One (1) jar No Sugar Jam or Jelly PRESSURE CANNING (project #7407) (All canning exhibits must be labeled with name of product, date and processing information. Recipes must be from the project book. Make sure processing times are adjusted for your altitude. Class 1517 One (1) jar Canned Green Beans Class 1518 One (1) jar Chile Peppers Class 1519 One (1) jar Corn, Whole Kernel Class 1520 One (1) jar Carrots Class 1521 One (1) jar Green Peas Class 1522 One (1) jar Spaghetti Sauce without Meat Class 1523 One (1) jar Dried Beans or Peas Class 1524 Self-determined Food Preservation exhibit involving food preservation, food storage or food conservation including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. CONSUMER EDUCATION & HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSING & INTERIOR DESIGN - Unit I (project #7501) Class 1600 Stenciled item Class 1601 Framed fabric Class 1602 Simple Covered can Class 1603 Advanced Covered can Class 1604 Mini-tack board Class 1605 Mounted poster Class 1606 Covered Box Class 1607 Covered Brick Doorstep/Bookends Class 1608 Article for Living Room along with an 8” x 11” sheet detailing techniques used, skills learned and purpose of item Class 1609 Article for Bedroom along with an 8 ” x 11” sheet detailing techniques used, skills learned and purpose of item Class 1610 Article for Kitchen along with an 8 1/2 ” x 11” sheet detailing techniques used, skills learned and purpose of item Class 1611 Article for Bathroom along with an 8 ” x 11” sheet detailing techniques used, skills learned and purpose of item Class 1612 Article for Specialty Room along with an 8 1/2 ” x 11” sheet detailing techniques used, skills learned and purpose of item Class 1613 Self-determined Housing/Interior Design exhibit including SD Record Sheet #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. HELPFUL, HANDY HOME HOW 2’S (project #7530) Class 1650 Helpful, Handy Home How 2’s Poster (no larger than 14” x 22” or half of a standard poster board) Class 1651 Photo Journal of a Home Repair Project Class 1652 Self-determined Helpful, Handy Home How 2’s Exhibit including SD Record Sheet #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. CONSUMER EDUCATION Class 1700 Consumer Savvy Level I Exhibit (project #7551) Class 1701 Consumer Savvy Level II Exhibit (Project #7552) Class 1702 Consumer Savvy Level III Exhibit (project #7553) Class 1703 Self-determined Consumer Education exhibit including SD Project Record Forms #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. ARTS & CRAFTS ARTS Class 1800 Self-determined Art exhibit includs Self-Determined Project Record Form #100.SD-1 (project #7659) *Items such as paintings, sketches, sculpture, etc. CRAFTS Class 1801 Self-determined Craft exhibit including Self-Determined

Project Record Form #100.SD-1 (project #7659) *Other handmade craft item not appropriate in any other category. UNDERSTANDING PRESCHOOL CHILDREN (project #7601) Class 1900 Poster of safe and unsafe toys for young children Class 1901 Poster of what member learned about young children GENERATION CELEBRATION (Project #7603) Class 1902 Photo poster of an experience with an older friend Class 1903 Story told by an older person, recorded or written with illustrations by a 4-H member Class 1904 Completed project workbook BABYSITTING BASICS Class 1905 Babysitting Resume Class 1906 Babysitting Advertising Flyer Class 1907 Babysitting Exhibit Class 1908 Self-determined Family Life exhibit including SD Project Record Form #100.SD-1 or appropriate project record form. FAMILY LIFE 4-H PROJECTS SAN JUAN COUNTY FAIR ONLY (NOT ELIGIBLE FOR NM STATE FAIR) 4-H CLUB RECORDS Must be a current San Juan County 4-H member Class 6000 4-H Club Secretary Book (current year) Class 6001 4-H Club Scrapbook (current year) Class 6002 4-H Member Record Book (current year 4-H CLOVERBUDS CloverBuds in the 5-8 year old program may exhibit a completed project book and/or special projects listed below. Only one exhibit per class and lot. CloverBud projects receive CloverBud ribbons. Certificates are also given to each exhibitor. Class 7000 Welcome to CloverBuds A. Completed project book B. Exhibit related to project book Class 7001 Our Animal Friends A. Completed project book B. Egg Carton Animals C. Crocodile Puppet D. Scrapbook of Family Pet E. Paper Plate Animal F. Any Other Item Related to Project Class 7002 Having Fun with Art A. Completed project book B. Scrapbook C. Finger Puppets D. Musical Instrument E. Any Other Item Related to Project Class 7003 Shopping Smarts A. Completed project book B. Money Saving Container C. Stitchin’ Time D. Sit Upon E. Any Other Item Related to Project 29


4-H PROJECTS Class 7004 Food Fun A. Completed project book B. Trail Mix C. Butterscotch Haystacks D. Peanut Butter Candy E. Any Other Item Related to Project Class 7005 Playing it Safe A. Completed project book B. Bicycle Safety Poster C. Paper Airplane D. Build An Emergency Kit E. Any Other Item Related to Project Class 7006 Nature’s Treasures A. Completed project book B. Bird Feeder C. Paper Roll Crafts D. Nature’s Mobile E. Any Other Item Related to Project Class 7007 Look at Me – I’m Growing Up A. Completed project book B. Keepsake or “Me� Box C. Plaster Hand or Foot Prints D. Self-Portrait E. Any Other Item Related to Project Class 7008 Family, Friends, and Community A. Completed project book B. Family Emergency Poster C. Family Flag D. Family Tree E. Any Other Item Related to Project Class 7009 The Way Things Grow A. Completed project book

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Terrarium Dried Flower Book Sundial Any Other Item Related to Project

Project Class 7011 Stomp, Blow, Splash – Soil, Air, and Water A. Completed project book B. Rain Gauge C. Pinwheel D. Any Other Item Related to Project


AGRICULTURE Board Member: Kimberley Thompson Department Head: Norma Easley, 325-9450 Entries Accepted: Saturday August 10, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 18, 10 am-2 pm Division 1; Pre-Junior 10 and under Division 2; Junior 11-20 Division 3; Senior, 21 and over 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots maybe set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per lot. All entries must be clean on a plate or ready to hang. All corn in class 5 must be shucked and clean. Exhibitor should know type and variety of each entry. Cross varieties or un-known varieties will only be entered in unusual category. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of show Rosettes will be

awarded in all divisions. Cash premiums will be awarded to Divisions 1 & 2 as follows: First $3 , Second $2 & Third $1 .

4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board or San Juan County employees will not be responsible for items left after closing. Class 1 Farm & Garden Collection of five or more different products grown in the exhibitor’s current garden. Quantity of each should be at least half the amount required for a single entry. Exhibit will be judged on quality of products, number of varieties and arrangement (neatness, attractiveness, fair theme and originality). All basket and booth displays must be grown and created by the exhibitor. Division 1 & 2 premiums (Booth display) First place $30 Second Place $20 Third Place $10 Division 1 & 2 premiums (Basket or Bowl Display) First Place $15 Second Place $10 Third Place $5 Division 3 premiums (Booth display) First place $50 Second Place $40 Third Place $30

Division 3 premiums (Basket or Bowl Display) First place $30 Second Place $20 Third Place $10 Lot # Name 1Division 1 a. booth display b. basket/bowl 2Division 2 a. Booth display b. Basket/bowl 3. Division 3 a. Booth display b. Basket/bowl Class 2 Grains & Seeds (Each sample to be one gallon) Lot # Name 1. Barley 2. Beans, any variety 3. Corn a. White dent b. Yellow dent c. Any other variety 4. Oats 5. Peanuts 6. Rye 7. Wheat 8. Sunflower (2 heads) Class 3 Grass & Forage (Each exhibit must be a standard commercial bale or sheaf.) Lot# Name 1. Alfalfa, bale 2. Grass mix, bale 3. Alfalfa/Grass mix, bale 4. Any other hay, bale 5. Barley

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Clover Oats Rye Wheat Corn

Class 4 Edible Kitchen Herbs Entry must be from the exhibitor’s current herb garden. Fresh; 2-3 sprig samples in clean bottle, soup style can or pint sized canning jar. Lot # Name 1. Basil a. Sweet/Italian b. Purple c. Lemon d. Thai e. Any other 2. Chives a. Common b. Garlic c. Any other 3. Cilantro 4. Chervil 5. Dill 6. Marjoram 7. Mint a. Apple b. Chocolate c. Lemon d. Lime e. Peppermint f. Pineapple

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Spearmint Any other Oregano Greek Italian Mexican Parsley Rosemary Sage Tarragon Thyme

Class 5 Vegetable 1. Beans, (12 pods) a. dry (1qt) b. pinto c. snap, green d. snap, purple e. wax yellow f. any other 2. Beets (3) a. Red b. Yellow c. Any other 3. Broccoli (3 heads) 4. Brussel Sprouts (6) 5. Cabbage (1) a. Green b. Red c. Flat 6. Carrots (6) a. Commercial b. Yellow c. Purple

d. Any other 7. Cauliflower (2 heads) 8. Corn (5 ears, must be shucked and clean) a. Sweet, white b. Sweet, yellow c. Blue d. Mixed, Indian e. Red f. Popcorn, yellow g. Popcorn, red h. Popcorn mixed i. Any other 9. Cucumber (3) a. Burpless b. Lemon c. Slicing d. Pickling e. Any other 10. Eggplant (3) a. Italian, purple b. Oriental, green c. Oriental, white d. Oriental, purple e. Italian, White f. Any other 11. Melon (1) a. Cantaloupe b. Casaba c. Honey dew d. Any other 12. Okra (8) a. Green

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Purple Onion (3, trimmed and leaned) Red White Yellow Shallots Green Any other Parsnips (8) 15. Peas (12

a. b. c. d. e. f. 14. 15. pods) a. Black-eyed b. Black-eyed dry (1qt) c. Green/English d. Oriental 16. Peppers, Bell (3) a. Green b. Red c. Orange d. Yellow e. Purple f.Chocolate g. Any other 17. Peppers, hot (10) a. Cayenne b. Habanero c. Jalapeno d. Kung-Pao e. Santa fe yellow f. Serrano


AGRICULTURE g. Tabasco h. Any other 18. Peppers, Standard (6) a. Cherry, green b. Cherry, red c. Chili, green d. Chili, red e. Poblano f.Banana g. Any other 19. Potato (5) a. Blue b. Irish red c. Irish White d. Russet e. Sweet f.Any other 20. Pumpkin (1) a. Field b. Halloween c. Pie d. White e. Ornamental f.Any other 21. Radishes (8) a. Red b. White c. Any other 22. Squash, summer variety (3) a. Yellow, crook neck b. Yellow, straight neck c. Patty pan, white d. Patty pan, yellow e. Patty pan, any other f.Zucchini, green g. Zucchini, round h. Zucchini, yellow i. Any other 23. Squash, winter variety small (2) a. Acorn, Carnival b. Acorn, Green c. Acorn, White d. Acorn, any other e. Butternut f.Spaghetti g. Any other, winter small 24. Squash, winter variety large (1) a. Banana b. Hubbard c. Any other

25. Tomato (5) a. Cherry, red b. Cherry, yellow c. Cherry, grape d. Commercial, red e. Commercial, green f.Commercial, yellow g. Commercial, any other h. Heirloom, red i. Heirloom, green j. Heirloom, yellow k. Heirloom, any other l. Pear, red m. Pear, yellow 26. Turnip (3) 27. Watermelon (1) a. Long type b. Round type, large c. Round type, sugar d. Any other Class 6 Garden Greens Lot # Name 1. 2. Collards (6) 3. Fennel (2 bulbs w/tops) 4. Kale (1 bunch) 5. Leeks (6) 6. Lettuce 7. Mustard (6) 8. Rhubarb (6) 9. Swiss Chard (6) Class 7 Fruit Lot # Name 1. Apples (5) a. Crab Apple b. Golden delicious c. Red delicious d. Jonathan e. Rome f.Winesap g. Any other variety 2. Berries (12) a. Blackberries b. Boysenberries c. Choke cherries d. Currants e. Raspberries f.Strawberries g. Any other variety 3. Grapes (3 bunches)

a. Concord b. Pink c. Red d. White e. Any other, seeded variety f.Any other, seedless variety g. Any other, wine variety h. Any other variety 4. Nectarines (5) 5. Peaches (5) a. Elberta b. Hale c. Yellow Clingstone d. Any other variety 6. Pears (5) a. Bartlett b. DeAnjou c. Japanese d. Lincoln e. Any other Variety 7. Plums (5) a. Purple b. Red c. White d. Any other variety 8. Any Other Fruit Class 8 Largest Entry shall consist of (1) type of any variety fruit or vegetable. Lot # to be determined by Superintendent. Class 9 Honey Lot # Name 1. Honey Comb (1 lb) 2. Honey, strained (1 qt)

Class 10 Chili Ristra Must have been made since the 2009 San Juan County Fair. Must be clean and ready to hang. Best of show will be awarded a Rosette and $50.00 premium. Lot # Name 1. Under 24� 2. Over 24� 3. Special shape 4. Mixed Class 11 Decorated or Unusual Vegetable Must have been made/grown since the 2015 San Juan County Fair. Lot # Name 1. Natural (Straight from garden) 2. Hand Painted a. Squash b. Pumpkin c. Gourd d. Any other 3. Character 4. San Juan County Fair Theme a. Squash b. Pumpkin c. Gourd d. Any other Class 12 Gourd (3) 1. Lot # to be determined by Superintendent.

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BAKING Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10, 10 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Convention Center Board Member: Lissa Currin 505-419-0971 Department Staff: Sherry Ashcroft 360-2684 Divisions Division 1 10 and under Division 2 11 to 20 Division 3 21 to 50 Division 4 41 to 60 Division 5 61 and over 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. All entries must be shown on sturdy white paper or foam plates. Please cover all entries. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Champion Baker plaques and a $25.00 cash premium will be awarded in each division. Divisions 1 & 2 will also receive the following cash premiums: First $3.00, Second $2.00 and Third $1.00 36

4. All baking will be cut as part of judging. 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Class 1 Cookies (6 of each) Lot # Name 1. Apple Sauce 2. Biscochitos 3. Brownies 4. Butterscotch Chip 5. Chocolate Chip 6. Chocolate Drop 7. Coconut Macaroon 8. Favorite Christmas 9. Fruit Bars 10. Filled 11. Gingerbread Boy 12. Gingersnaps 13. Ice Box 14. No-bake 15. Oatmeal 16. Peanut Butter 17. Snickerdoodle 18. Sugar, iced 19. Sugar, rolled UN-iced 20. Any other cookie Class 2 Candy (6 pieces) Lot # Name 1. Bark 2. Caramels, wrapped 3. Dipped Caramels 4. Dipped Creams 5. Divinity 6. English Toffee 7. Fudge, Carmel 8. Fudge, Chocolate 9. Fudge, Peanut Butter 10. Molded Candy 11. Peanut Brittle 12. Peanut Butter Cups 13. Pecan Rolls 14. Pink Peanut Patty

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Class 3 Yeast Bread (loaf 1 & rolls 4) Lot # Name 1. Cheese/Chili 2. Cinnamon Roll 3. Cloverleaf Roll 4. Crescent Roll 5. Dinner Roll 6. Hamburger Bun 7. Oatmeal 8. Raisin/Cinnamon 9. Rye

10. Sourdough 11. Wheat 12. White 13. Any other yeast bread Class 4 Quick Bread Lot # Name 1. Banana 2. Coffee Cake 3. Date 4. Fruit 5. Lemon 6. Pumpkin 7. Tortilla 8. Zucchini 9. Any other quick bread Class 5 Miscellaneous Bread

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BAKING (4 of each) Lot # Name 1. Biscuit 2. Cornbread 3. Cornbread, Jalapeno 4. Muffin 5. Muffin, Blueberry 6. Muffin, Bran 7. Any other misc. bread Class 6 Machine Bread Lot # Name 1. Fruit 2. Raisin/Cinnamon 3. White 4. Whole Wheat 5. Any other Class 7 Pies

Lot # Name 1. Apple 2. Blueberry 3. Cherry 4. Chocolate 5. Coconut Cream 6. Dutch Apple 7. Lemon Meringue 8. Peach 9. Pecan 10. Pumpkin 11. Rhubarb 12. Any other cream 13. Any other fruit Class 8 Iced Cakes Lot # Name 1. Buttercream 2. Chocolate 3. Fluffy White

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Class 9 UnIced Cakes Lot # Name 1. Chocolate 2. White 3. Spice 4. Carrot 5. Lemon 6. Any Other Class 10 Other Lot # Name 1. Cheesecake 2. Cobbler Class 11 Holiday Corner A. Christmas B. Easter

C. Thanksgiving D. Valentines Day E. Any Other Lot # Name 1. Bread (1) 2. Cake (1) 3. Candy (6) 4. Cookie (6) 5. Any Other Class 12 Favorite Recipe This may start form a mix but must have other added ingredients. This is a baked entry. Exhibitors may enter more that one item in this class.

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Tuesday August 13 6:30 p.m. Memorial Coliseum Board Member: Cliff Hadden Rules & Regulations 1. Anyone within the age divisions may enter. 2. Contestants must register 15 minutes before the event starts. 3. Event will be held in the Coliseum. 4. Different events for each age group. 5. Age groups14 to open will require teams of 4 to enter. 6. You may register before the fair by going to www.sanjuancountyfair.net under Barnyard Olympics Entry Forms and fill it out and bring it with you on the night of the event.

Show Day: Thursday August 15, 10 am (Heifer Show, Steer Show 15 minutes following Heifer Show) Beef Barn Board Member: Robert Echols 330-3521 Superintendent: Lenna Echols, 330-3527 Check In: Sunday, August 11, 7 am to Noon Equipment may be moved in Saturday, August 10, from 9 am to 3 pm Check Out: Sunday, August 18, 7 am to Noon Weigh In: Sunday, August 11, at 6 pm in the Beef Barn Division 1 Junior Market Beef Rules: Refer to Junior Livestock 38

BARNYARD OLYMPICS AGE DIVISION: 4-7 Years Old Class 1- Egg Gathering Contestants will gather eggs with tongs and put them in a basket provided and race to the finish line. Class 2– Horse Stall Cleaning Contestants will clean up balloons into wheelbarrow and cross the finish line first to win. Class 3- Stick Horse Barrel Race Contestants will barrel race with a stick horse for the fastest time to win. AGE DIVISION: 8-13 Years Old Class 1- Duck Egg Obstacle Course Contestants will race with carboard duck feet and plastic

spoon held in their mouth with the egg. The first to make it through the obstacle course and cross the finish line without breaking the egg wins. Class 2- Dizzy Roping Contestants will spin 15 times, then try to rope the dummy for the fastest time to win. Class 3- Hay Bale Racing Each contestant will flip a hay bale to the finish line. First to cross wins. Class 4 – Fence Post Driving First contestant to bury post wins. AGE DIVISION: 14 & Over (Team of 4) Class 1- Drag Tractor Race Teams will have one team mate

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Rules and General Rules Division 2 Junior Breeding Beef Rules: Individual breed classes with fewer than three (3) entries may be combined at the Department Heads discretion, as per rule H of the Junior Livestock Rules. Heifers Breeding Beef Premiums: First $20 Second $18 Third $16 Division 3 San Juan County Bred Show Board Members: Cliff Hadden 427-8841 & Davin Jacquez 619888-3722

to steer. The other team members will pull the tractor, first to cross the finish line wins. Class 2- Wheel Barrel Race Team will have two sets to run barrels. One team member will be in the wheelbarrow as the other team member pushes. When the first set crosses the line, the second set will then start. The team with the best time wins. Class 3 Cedar Post Tossing Each team member will toss their cedar post to add up to an accumulated total win. Class 4 Dizzy Roping Team will choose a team member to spin 20 times and attend to rope a dummy. First to complete wins.


BOY SCOUTS Entries Accepted: Saturday August 10, 10 am 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 18 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Sadie Shelton Department Head: Michelle Wilson, 419-0195 1. Open to all BSA Scouts in San Juan County 2. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the

exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 3. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to two items per lot. Entries should be entered under category at the time or age at which they were made. 4. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of

Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions. Cash premiums will be as follows: First $3, Second $2 & Third $1. 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Class 1 - Tigers Lot # Description 1 Family Scrapbook 2 Food Pyramid Char 3 Collections 4 Leaf /Metal Rubbings 5 Holiday Decorations

6 Homemade Picture Frames 7 Family Mobiles 8 Homemade Musical Instrument 9 Homemade Greeting Cards 10 Models 11 Puppets 12 Pinewood Derby Car 13 Space Derby 14 Regatta 15 Miscellaneous 16 Drawing 17 Paper Bag Costume 18 Native American Item/Model 19 Leather Work Class 2 Wolf Lot # Description 1 Achievement 5 Wood Projects

    

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BOY SCOUTS 2Achievement 3a Make a Chart of Healthy Living 3 Achievement 6b Collections 4 Achievement 8a Food Pyramid 5 Achievement 8b Food Planning 6 Achievement 10b Make a Game 7 Elective 2 Paper Bag Mask 8 Elective 5 Homemade Kites 9 Elective 5 Models 10 Elective 6 Books Covers 11 Elective 10 Native American Items/Models 12 Elective 13 Cartoon Stories 14 Elective 12 Posters 15 Elective 15 Box Garden/Terrarium 15 Elective 16 First Aid 16 Pinewood Derby 17 Regatta 18 Sand Painting/Metal Work 19 Den Flag 20 Leather Work 21 Miscellaneous Class 3 - Bears Lot #Description 1 Achievement 5 Bird Houses 2 Achievement 7 Plaster Casting/Footprints 3 Achievement 8 Pack Scrapbooks

4 Achievement 9 Homemade Cookies 5 Achievement 18 Write A Story 6 Achievement 19 Carvings (wood, soap or other material) 7 Achievement 20 Tool Box 8 Achievement 21 Models from a kit 9 Achievement 21 Homemade Models 10 Elective 1 Model Rockets 11 Elective 2 Weather Vien 12 Elective 4 Electric Buzzer Games 13 Elective 6 Model Airplanes 14 Elective 8 Musical Instruments 15Elective 9 Collages 16 Elective 9 Silhouettes 17 Elective 9 Paintings 18Elective 9 Mosaics 19 Elective 10 Masks 20 Elective 11 Photographs 21 Elective 12 Nature Collections 22 Elective 22 Collections 23 Elective 24 Native American Item/House 24 Pinewood Derby Cars 25 Space Derby 26 Regatta 27 Leather Work

    

28 Den/Patrol Flag 29 Miscellaneous Class 4 - Webelos Lot #Description 1 Fitness: Fitness Book 2 Fitness: Poster 3 Artist: Drawings/Paintings 4 Artist: Computer Designs 5 Artist: Clay Sculptures 6 Artist: Collages 7 Showman: Puppets & Marionettes 8 Citizens: Short Story about a famous American 9 Citizen: Poster/Display/Good Turn 10 Family Members: Family Energy Savings Plans 11 Readyman: Home Fire Escape Plans 12 Readyman: First Aid Kits 13 Craftsman: Woodworking 14 Craftsman: Leatherworking 15 Craftsman: Metal Work 16 Craftsman: Other Work 17 Engineer: Model Bridges 18Engineer: Mocatapults 19 Scientist: Model Rocketry

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20 Scientist: Crystals 21 Forest: Tree/Plant Display 22 Geologists: Rock/Minerals 23 Geologists: Hardness scale displays/experiments 24 Geologists: Fossils 25 Naturalist: Insect zoo/aquariums/terrarium 26 Outdoorsman: Knot board/Whipping 27 Artist: Color Wheel 28 Artist: Construction Paper 29 Athlete: Fitness Chart 30Citizenship 31Fitness: Plan/Track Meals 32Scholar 33 Showman: Drama 34Aarow of Light (Arrow) 35 Whipping the End of the Rope 36 Knotts 37Pinewood Derby 38Space Derby 39 Reggetta 40 Den/Patrol Flag 41 Miscellaneous Class 5 - Boy Scouts Lot#Description 1 Knot Board/Lashing Display 2 Patrol Flag 3 Plaster Casting Animals Tracks 4 Miniature Model

Campsite 5 Trail to Eagle Shadow Box 6Scrapbook of Campouts, Good Turns/Eagle Projects 7ART MERIT BADGE 7.1Architecture 1a Make a Sketch of a Building 7.2Art Merit Badge 2a Design Something Useful 7.3Art Merit Badge 2b Design a Logo 7.4Art Merit Badge 3 Rendering in Four Ways 7.5Graphic Art 4a Offset Lithography 7.6Graphic Art 4b Screen Printing 7.8Graphic Art 4c Electronic/Digital Printing 7.9Relief Printing 8HOBBIES MERIT BADGE 8.1Coin Collecting 8.2Collection 8.3Stamp Collecting 9CRAFT MERIT BADGE 9.1Basketry 9.2Indian Lore 9.3Leatherwork 9.4Metal Work 9.5Pottery 9.6Woodcarving 10NATURE MERIT BADGE


BOY SCOUTS

0.1Bird Study 2 Sketch/Trace Birds Wings 10.2Fish & Wildlife Management 6c Start a Scrapbook 10.3Forestry 2a Collect and Identify 10.4Insect Study 4b Make a Scrapbook 10.5Nature Merit Badge 10.6Soil & Water Conservation 11SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MERIT BADGE 11.1Astronomy 7a Sketch of a Moon 11.2Astronomy 7b Sketch the Phases of the Moon 11.3Electricity

11.4Electronics 11.5Engineering 11.6Space Exploration 3 Built a Rocket 11.7Weather 6 Draw a Diagram of the Water Cycle 12SKILLED TRADES MERIT BADGE 12.1Drafting 12.2Home Repairs 3b Build a Workbench 12.3Woodwork 13BUSINESS & INDUSTRY MERIT BADGE 13.1Aviation 3 Model of a Plane 13.2Railroad Models 14COMMUNICATION MERIT BADGE 14.1Communications Writings

14.2Journalism Writings 14.3Radio 15HEALTH MERIT BADGE 15.1Dentistry 6b Make a Poster 15.2Dentistry 6a Make a Model of a Tooth 16CITIZENSHIP & PUBLIC MERIT BADGE 16.1Crime Prevention 6a Make a Poster 16.2Emergency Preparedness 8c Emergency Pack 16.3Finger Printing 16.4Fire Safety 6a Draw a Home Fire Escape 17PERSONAL GROWTH MERIT BADGE 17.1Genealogy 6 Make a Fam-

ily Tree 18SPORTS MERIT BADGE 18.1Archery 2b Make an Arrow 18.2Pioneering 7 Build a Scale Model or Monkey Bridge 19 PHOTOGRAPHY 19.1Photography 4a 8 to 12 Picture Story Board 19.2Photography 4b 20 Picture Exhibit or Display 20 MISCELLANEOUS Class 6 - Open Class Lot#Description 1 Pine Wood Derby Car 2 Patch Collection 3 Memorabilia (Limited to 24” W x 18”L x 8”H) 4 Religious Emblems 5 Miscellaneous

Entries Taken: Saturday, August 10 10 am – 6:30 pm

sign and craftsmanship.

has taught a class for compensation in the skill, which they are entering, or has been employed in that field. Awards may be given in the Professional Division if there is sufficient competition combining Classes 1-14. 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San

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

Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Kim Martinez, 632-1502 Department Head: Neva Meeks, 632-2572 Open to any exhibitor 19 years of age or older Divisions Division 1 19 to 40 Division 2 41 to 64 Division 3 65 and over Division 4 Special Needs Division 5 Professional Entries will be judged on workmanship, originality, good de-

CREATIVE ARTS

1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. All entries must be clean and ready to hang. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded, one per class; if there is sufficient competition. 4. A professional is one who

Class 1 - Ceramics Lot # Name 1. Dry Brush 2. Glaze 3. Greenware Adaptation 4. Horse Hair

     

   

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CREATIVE ART SENIORS 5. Native American Art Work 6. Porcelain 7. Stain 8. Underglaze 9. Any Other Ceramic Class 2 - Handicrafts Lot # Name 1. Basket Man Made Material 2. Basket Natural Material 3. Bottle Craft 4. Candles 5. Christmas Decoration 6. Clay 7. Clock 8. Collage 9. Crafted Picture 10. Decoupage 11. Digital Media 12. Diorama 13. Doll Furniture 14. Doll House 15. Egg Art 16. Fairies 17. Floral Arrangement 18. Glass, Art 19. Glass, Stained 20. Gourd Art 21. Holiday Decoration 22. Ink Work 23. Masks 24. Miniature Setting 25. Mixed Media 26. Paper Art 27. Paper Mache 28. Pencil Work 29. Photos 30. Plastic Art 31. Puzzles 32. Quilling 33. Religious 34. Rock Art 35. Rope Art 36. Sand Art 37. Sculpture 38. Soap 39. Wood Art 40. Wreath 41. Any Other Item Class 3 - Jewelry/Beadwork Lot# Name 1. Bag 42

2. Barrett 3. Beaded Art 4. Beaded Prisms 5. Belts 6. Bolos 7. Bracelet 8. Brooch 9. Buckle 10. Containers 11. Earring 12. Faceted Stones 13. Hat Band 14. Holiday Decoration 15. Holiday Jewelry 16. Jewelry Sets 17. Key Chains 18. Lanyards 19. Necklaces 20. Pendants 21. Ring 22. Tie Clip 23. Wall Hanging 24. Wire Wrap 25. Any other Jewelry 26. Any other Beadwork Class 4 - Leathercraft Lot # Class 1. Animal Gear 2. Belt 3. Buckle 4. Cases 5. Clothing 6. Cover – Book 7. Cover – Kindle/IPad 8. Chaps 9. Cuff 10. Decoration 11. Footwear 12. Frame 13. Gun Belt 14. Holsters 15. Picture 16. Purses 17. Saddle 18. Sheath 19. Wallet 20. Any other item Class 5 - Models Lot# Name 1. Boat 2. Building Block 3. Car 4. Commercial Vehicle 5. Helicopters 6. Jet

7. Pickup 8. Propeller Plane 9. Rocket 10. Science Fiction 11. Ship 12. Train Car 13. Train Engine 14. Truck 15. Any other model Class 6 - Fabric Crafts Lot# Name 1. Album, Theme 2. Albums 3. Braiding 4. Clothing 5. Doll 6. Felt 7. Macramé 8. Ojos 9. Picture Frames 10. Plastic Canvas 11. Pom-Pom 12. Purses 13. Socks 14. Weaving 15. Any other item Class 7 - Painting Lot# Name 1. Animals 2. Contemporary 3. Fabric 4. Floral 5. Folk Art 6. Landscape 7. Holiday 8. Mixed Media 9. Portrait 10. Sawblades 11. Still Life 12. Vegetable/Fruit 13. Western Sets 14. Whimsical Theme 15. Tole 16. Any other item Class 8 Scrapbooking Lot# Name 1. Anniversary 2. Baby Book 3. Birthday 4. Club/Organization 5. Family 6. Holiday 7. Pets

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

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


DECORATED CAKES Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10, 10 am – 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18, 10 am - 2 pm Convention Center Board Member: Billy Huish Department Head: Cathy Hallock, 334-9420 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The exhibitor will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the

work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worthy of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. 4. Cakes and Cookies will be judged only on artistry in decorating. Cakes should be dummies of Styrofoam. Entries should be displayed on a board sturdy enough to support the weight of the cake, suitably covered, and not to exceed one inch beyond the edge. All Decorations should be edible. Cakes

must not be taller than 4 feet. 5. A professional is one who has taught a class or been employed in the skill, for which they are entering or have received any compensation for any of their work. 6. Gingerbread House may include other buildings, fence, trees, etc. 7. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Awards and Premiums Each Division will be

awarded the following: Best Decorated Cake $50 & Rosette Best Decorated Cookie $25 & Rosette Best Decorated Cupcake(s) - $25 & Rosette Best Cookie Jar - $50 Divisions Division 1 - 10 & under Division 2 - 11 to 20 Division 3 - 21 to 40 Division 4 - 41 to 60 Division 5 - 61 and over Division 6 - Professional Classes Class 1 - Shower Class 2 - Birthday Class 3 - Holiday Class 4 - Novelty Class 5 - Wedding Class 6 - Fair Theme Class 7 - Decorated

Cookie Class 8 - Gingerbread House Class 9 - Cupcakes (Single) Class 10 - Cupcakes (Multiple) Class 11 - Cookie Jar Contest Cookie jar must contain at least 3 different types of cookies. Cookies must be homemade. Please put one each of the cookies in a bag for judging. Judging will be 50% on cookies and 50% on decoration of the cookie jar. Winners in each category will receive a $25 cash award and rosette ribbon.

FINE ARTS Entries Accepted: Saturday August 10, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 18, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Lucille Jones, 608-4659 Department Heads: Linda Jones & Luanna Etcitty RULES: 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place the exhibits.

Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head. 2. To be eligible for a rosette All Rules Must Be Followed. 3. Entries must be dry, framed, wired with wire and ready to hang. No Sawtooth Hangers. The San Juan County Fair nor the department heads are responsible for any entry that will not remain hung. 4. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. 5. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per lot. 6. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worthy of merit.

7. Divisions 1, 2 and 7 will be awarded the following premiums: First $3, Second $2 and Third $1. 8. San Juan County Fair nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. 9. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitors ticket is presented to the department staff. Divisions Division 1 12 and under Division 2 13 to 19 Division 3 20 to 30 Division 4 31 to 50 Division 5 51 and over Division 6 Professional (sells or teaches)

Division 7 Special Needs Lot # 1. Acrylics 2. Crayon 3. Chalk 4. Marker 5. Mixed Media 6. Water color 7. Oils 8. Pastels 9. Pencil 10. Color Pencil 11. Charcoal 12. Pen & Ink 13. Air brush 14. Spray paint 43


FLOWERS Entries taken: Sunday, August 11, 2019, from 2-6 pm. Flower Replacement: Wednesday, August 14 10 am to noon. Board Member: T.J. Richards, 860-4170 Department Heads: Pauline Pyburn, 9473404 and Tiffany Rector, 632-3440 Hostess: Bloomfield Florist Theme: Barn to be Wild Flower Show will be setup in the Multi-Use Building. Flower Show judging will be done on Sunday at 7: pm. Arrangements will need to be checked out on Sunday the 18th from 10 am – 2 pm. Rules: 1. Any flower grower, gardener or arranger in San Juan County may exhibit in the show. 2. Late entries will be accepted if room is available, for display only. No judging will be done on late entries. 3. An entry card will be

supplied. Exhibitor name and phone number will be mandatory. Class number will be mandatory. One card per entry will be mandatory. 4. Only Department Heads, Board Members, Judge and Hostess will be allowed in Show area during judging. 5. First, second and third place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosette will be awarded. People’s Choice Rosette will be awarded. 6. Vases and niches will be supplied. 7. Arrangements cannot be larger than the niche size; 28� wide x 18� deep x 32� height. Division I Age: 5-8 Class 1 Create a design that reminds you of what you see at the County Fair. Class 2 Bling up the Fair with your bedazzled creation. (Let your imagination burst with a touch of glitter, rhinestones or anything that sparkles) Class 3 What is your perfume made of? (Pick a perfume, look up the ingre-

dients and make an arrangement with all of the ingredients. Some of the ingredients may need to be silk. You must also frame your ingredient list in order for the public to understand your design. Class 4 What flowers bloom in your garden. Division II Ages: 9-13 Class 1 Create a design that reminds you of what you see at the County Fair. Class 2 Bling up the Fair with your bedazzled creation. (Let your imagination burst with a touch of glitter, rhinestones or anything that sparkles) Class 3 What is your perfume made of? (Pick a perfume, look up the ingredients and make an arrangement with all of the ingredients. Some of the ingredients may need to be silk. You must also frame your ingredient list in order for the public to understand your design. Class 4 What flowers bloom in your garden.



      

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Division III Age: 13-18 Class 1 Create a design that reminds you of what you see at the County Fair. Class 2 Bling up the Fair with your bedazzled creation. (Let your imagination burst with a touch of glitter, rhinestones or anything that sparkles) Class 3 What is your perfume made of? (Pick a perfume, look up the ingredients and make an arrangement with all of the ingredients. Some of the ingredients may need to be silk. You must also frame your ingredient list in order for the public to understand your design. Class 4 What flowers bloom in your garden. Division IV Age: 18 and Older Class 1 Create a design that reminds you of what you see at the County Fair. Class 2 Bling up the Fair with your bedazzled creation. (Let your imagination burst with a touch of glit-

ter, rhinestones or anything that sparkles) Class 3 What is your perfume made of? (Pick a perfume, look up the ingredients and make an arrangement with all of the ingredients. Some of the ingredients may need to be silk. You must also frame your ingredient list in order for the public to understand your design. Class 4 What flowers bloom in your garden. Bloomfield Florist will assist exhibitors in ordering flowers needed for arrangements. Exhibitors will be charged wholesale price. 2 weeks notice will be needed for ordering. Bloomfield Florist invites you to come visit and ask questions if needed.


FOOD PRESERVATION Entries Accepted: Saturday August 10, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 18, 10 am - 2 pm *Save time this division can be pre-entered on-line www.sanjuancountyfair.ne t your entry card will be ready when you get to the fair. Convention Center Board Member: Christi Greenleaf Department Head: Helen Harris 320-7623 Divisions Division 1 8 to 17 (Junior) Division 2 18 to 60 (Adult) Division 3 61 and over (Senior) 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person

who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have been preserved after the 2017 San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. All entries must be in standard clear canning jars with new rings in place. No mayonnaise or jars with paraffin will be accepted. DO NOT decorate or put your name on entries. Your jars must be cleaned. Decorated, named, or dirty/sticky jars will not be judged. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place

ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions. The Mabel Clark Dallas award will be awarded as follows: Best of Show Senior Division $30 and Rosette, Adult Division $25 and Rosette, and Junior Division $20 and Rosette. 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. 5. Cash Prizes for Junior Division will be First-$3, Second-$2 and Third $1 Class 1 - Dried Foods 01-01 Apples 01-02 Apricots

01-03 Beans 01-04 Corn 01-05 Fruit Leather 01-06 Herbs 01-07 Jerky 01-08 Mushrooms 01-09 Peaches 01-10 Pears 01-11 Peppers, Chili 01-12 Peppers, Sweet 01-13 Raisins 01-14 Squash 01-15 Tomatoes 01-16 Any other fruit 01-17 Any other vegetable Class 2 - Canned Vegetables 02-01 Beans, Green 02-02 Beans, Pinto 02-03 Beets 02-04 Carrots 02-05 Corn 02-06 Okra 02-07 Peppers, Chili 02-08 Peppers, Jalapeno 02-09 Stewed Tomatoes 02-10 Tomatoes 02-11 Vegetable Stew

02-12 Any other vegetable Class 3 - Canned Fruit 03-01 Apples 03-02 Applesauce 03-03 Apricots 03-04 Berries 03-05 Cherries, Sour 03-06 Cherries, Sweet 03-07 Grapes 03-08 Nectarines 03-09 Peaches 03-10 Pears 03-11 Pie Filling 03-12 Plums 03-13 Rhubarb 03-14 Any other fruit Class 4 - Pickles 04-01 Beets 04-02 Bread & Butter 04-03 Dill, Whole 04-04 Dill, Sliced 04-05 Green Tomato 04-06 Kosher, Dill (with garlic) 04-07 Mixed 04-08 Mustard

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FOOD PRESERVATION 04-09 Okra 04-10 Peach 04-11 Peppers 04-12 Apple 04-13 Sweet, sliced or chips 04-14 Other Fruit 04-15 Other Vegetable Class 5 - Relishes 05-01 Beet 05-02 Chow Chow 05-03 Chutney 05-04 Corn 05-05 Cucumber 05-06 Pepper 05-07 Zucchini 05-08 All other relish

06-01 Chili 06-02 Fruit Salsa 06-03 Tomato 06-04 Salsa 06-05 Spaghetti 06-06 Barbecue 06-07 Other Sauce Class 7 - Preserves 07-01 Apricot 07-02 Blackberry 07-03 Cherry 07-04 Peach 07-05 Pear 07-06 Plum 07-07 Raspberry 07-08 Strawberry 07-09 Tomato 07-10 Any other preserve

Class 6 - Sauces

Entries Accepted: Saturday August 10, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 18, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Lucille Jones, 608-4659 Department Head: Sandra Austin 634-0508 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to

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Class 8 - Butters, Jams, Conserves & Marmalades 08-01 Apple Butter 08-02 Apricot Butter 08-03 Apricot Jam 08-04 Mixed Fruit Jam 08-05 Blackberry Jam 08-06 Cherry Jam 08-07 Grape Jam 08-08 Green Chili Jam 08-09 Orange Marmalade 08-10 Peach Butter 08-11 Peach Jam 08-12 Pear Butter 08-13 Pear Honey 08-14

Pineapple/Apricot Jam 08-15 Plum Butter 08-16 Plum Jam 08-17 Raspberry Jam 08-18 Strawberry Jam 08-19 Any other fruit butter 08-20 Any other Jam 08-21 Any other Marmalade 08-22 Any fruit conserve Class 9 - Jelly & Syrup 09-01. Apple Jelly 09-02 Cactus Jelly 09-03 Cherry Jelly

GIRL SCOUTS

one item per lot. Exhibitors must be a registered Girl Scout in San Juan County and must be a member in good standing. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all divisions and the following cash premiums: First $3, Second $2 and Third $1 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Divisions Division 1 Daisies (K-1) Division 2 Brownies (23)

Division 3 Juniors (4-5) Division 4 Cadets (6-8) Division 5 Seniors (9-10) Division 6 Ambassador (11-12) Division 7 Troop Display Lot # Name 1. Art, Button 2. Art, Clay 3. Art, Crayon 4. Art, Dough 5. Art, Felt 6. Art, Glue 7. Art, Nature 8. Art, Pom pom 9. Art, Rock 10. Art, Sand 11. Art, Wire 12. Baking, Misc. 13. Beads 14. Braiding 15. Breads 16. Cakes 17. Candles 18. Candy 19. Ceramics, Glazed 20. Ceramics, Stains 21. Ceramics, Unglazed 22. Clothespins 23. Collections, Nature 24. Collections, Other 25. Cookies

09-04 Chile Jelly 09-05 Chokecherry Jelly 09-06 Fruit Topping 09-07 Grape Jelly 09-08 Mint Jelly 09-09 Peach Jelly 09-10 Plum Jelly 09-11 Apricot Jelly 09-12 Mixed Fruit Jelly 09-13 Any other Fruit Jelly 09-14 Any Syrup Class 10 - Meat 10-01 Beef 10-02 Chicken 10-03 Fish 10-04 Green Chili Stew

26. Crafts, Nature 27. Crafts, Paper 28. Crochet 29. Cross Stitch 30. Decorations 31. Decoupage 32. Diorama 33. Dolls 34. Drawing 35. Embroidery 36. Floral Decoration 37. Flower Pots 38. Flowers 39. Foam 40. Girl Scout Item 41. Hats 42. Holiday Decoration 43. Jewelry 44. Key Chains 45. Knitting 46. Lacing 47. Latch hook 48. Leather 49. MacramĂŠ 50. Make it/Bake it 51. Mobile 52. Name Tag 53. Needlepoint 54. Ojos 55. Painting, Oil 56. Painting, Other 57. Painting, Tole

10-05. Pork 10-06 Vegetable Stew w/meat 10-07 Wild Game 10-08 Any other meat 10-09 Any other stew Class 11 - Juice and Nectar 11-01 Grape 11-02 Apple 11-03. Berry 11-04 Cherry 11-05 Nectar 11-06 Tomato Juice 11-07 Vegetable Juice 11-08 Other Juice

58. Painting, Watercolor 59. Paper Mache 60. Perler Beads 61. Photo Albums 62. Picture Frames 63. Plaster 64. Plastic Canvas 65. Popsicle Sticks 66. Puppets 67. Recycled 68. Safety Pins 69. Scrapbook 70. Sculpture 71. Sewing 72. Sketched 73. String Art 74. Swaps 75. Toys 76. T-shirt 77. Tye-dye 78. Wall Hanging 79. Weaving 80. Wood 81. Yarn Art 82. Any other item


GOATS Entry Fee: $12 Entries Accepted: Sunday, August 11 7a.m. - Noon Entries Checked Out: Sunday, August 18 8a.m. - Noon Dairy Show Day: Monday, August 12, 8a.m. Jeanette Nichols Show Ring Board Member: Davin Jacquez 619-888-3722 Department Head: Savannah Williams 505-258-6700 RULES 1. Goats must be pre-entered and entry must be signed by Club/Chapter Leader. 2. Base date for all ages of Nigerian, Pygmy & Dairy Goat is Monday, Show day. 3. Health papers are not required, however animals that are sick or with abscesses will not be allowed. 4. Mandatory barn meeting will be posted at check in. 5. All pens MUST be cleaned daily by 10:00am. If not, pens will be red tagged, if department staff cleans the pen the exhibitor will be charged $10 per pen cleaning per day. 6. Each pen MUST have a sign with exhibitor's first name and Club/Chapter. 7. There are to be only two goats per pen unless otherwise Okayed by Rachael Davis. 8. Premiums for Nigerian, Pygmy & Dairy are 1st place: $10, 2nd place: $8, and 3rd place: $6. 9. Parents are responsible for the child getting to the show ring with their goat on time. 10. Best Dairy Doe in Show, Best Nigerian/Pygmy Doe in Show, Best Nigerian/Pygmy Wether & San Juan County Dairy Breed Goat must be placed in the designated pens

GOAT COSTUME CONTEST Thursday, August15, 7 pm Jerry Connelly Memorial Show Ring

Staff: Sally Hood, 334-0674

Board Member: Kimberly Thompson

All ages may enter, you do not need to be a 4-H or FFA members and any adults are

starting Tuesday. Only the winning goat is to be placed in the pen Tuesday thru Saturday from 10a.m. - 9:30p.m. Or a $10 fine will be charged per day for the department head to move the goat to the correct pen. 11. Showmanship is mandatory for all goat exhibitors. 12. Parents and exhibitors are required to watch the barn for three four non-consecutive hours. One family per time slot 13. 4-H Booster Show: Pre 4-H children. Under 8 years of age. 14. Adult Booster Show: At least one parent from each child must participate. Dairy Goat Special Rules: 1. All dairy breeds are eligible for this show. 2. Mandatory 6p.m. milk out the night before the show and Savannah Williams must check. Dairy Goat Show (8a.m.): Dairy Juniors (Never Freshened) Class 1: Doeling up to 120 Days Class 2: Doeling 121 to 210 Days Class 3: Doeling 211 to 364 Days Class 4: Doeling 1yr to < 2 yrs Junior Championship Drive Dairy Senior (Freshened) Class 5: Does under 2 yrs Class 6: Does 2yrs to under 3

yrs Class 7: Does 3 yrs to < 5 yrs Class 8: Does 5 yrs and older Senior Championship Drive Best Dairy Doe in Show: Junior Dairy Champion, Junior Dairy Reserve Champion, Senior Dairy Champion & Senior Dairy Reserve Champion compete. Dairy Groups Class 9: Champion Youth Herd (3 Does, any size) Class 10: Get of Sire (3 Does from same Sir, any age, one must be in milking). Class 11: Produce of Dam (2 does from same Dam, any age) Booster Show 4 yrs & Younger Nigerian Does Class 1: Doe kids less than 1 year Class 2: Does 1 year to < 2 years Class 3: Does 2 years and older Nigerian Championship Drive Pygmy Does Class 4: Doe kids less than 1 year Class 5: Does 1 year to < 2 years Class 6: Does 2 years and older Pygmy Championship Drive Best Nigerian/Pygmy Doe in

welcome to join this contest. Prizes awarded to the best. Use your imagination for your costume with you and a goat. We will furnish a Goat if needed, contact Sally before the start of the fair. Show: Nigerian Champion, Nigerian Reserve Champion, Pygmy Champion & Pygmy Reserve Champion compete. Nigerian/Pygmy Groups Class 7: Champion Youth Herd (3 Does, any size) Class 8: Get of Sire (3 Does from same Sir, any age, one must be in milking). Class 9: Produce of Dam (2 does from same Dam, any age) Booster Show 8 yrs and younger Nigerian/Pygmy Wethers Class 1: Wether kids < 1 year Class 2: Wether 1 yr to < 2 yrs Class 3: Wether 2 years & older Best Dairy/Meat Wether Other San Juan County Dairy Breed: A goat that was bred in San Juan County to best show the quality of the youth herd. One goat per exhibitor. Dairy Showmanship Junior: 9yr - 13yr Senior: 14yr - 19yr Booster Show Adult 47


GOAT SHOW BOER Entry Fee: $12 Entries Accepted: Sunday, August 11 7a.m. - Noon Entries Checked Out: Sunday, August 18 8a.m. - Noon Boer Show Day: Monday, August 12, 4p.m. Jeanette Nichols Show Ring Board Member: Davin Jacquez 619-888-3722 Department Head: Amanda Seebeck 258-8405 RULES 1. Goats must be pre-entered and entry must be signed by Club/Chapter Leader. 2. Base date for all ages of Market Goats is Monday, Show day. 3. Health papers are not required, however animals that are sick or with abscesses will not be allowed. 4. Mandatory barn meeting will be posted at check in. 5. Upon arrival at check-ins, all market goats will need to weigh-in in the goat barn. 6. All pens MUST be cleaned daily by 10:00am. If not, pens

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will be red tagged, if department staff cleans the pen the exhibitor will be charged $10 per pen cleaning per day. 7. Each pen MUST have a sign with exhibitor's first name and Club/Chapter. 8. There are to be only two goats per pen unless otherwise Okayed by Amanda Seebeck. 9. Premiums for Meat Breeding are 1st place: $10, 2nd place: $8, and 3rd place: $6. 10. Parents are responsible for the child getting to the show ring with their goat on time. 11. Best Meat Breeding Doe in Show, Grand Champion Market Goat and Reserve Champion Market Goat must be placed in the designated pens starting Tuesday. Only the winning goat is to be placed in the pen Tuesday thru Saturday from 10a.m. - 9:30p.m. Or a $10 fine will be charged per day for the department head to move the goat to the correct pen. 12. No market animals are to have "For Sale" signs posted until Saturday 1p.m. on sale day. 13. Showmanship is mandatory for all goat exhibitors. 14. Parents and exhibitors are required to watch the barn for

three non-consecutive hours. One family per time slot Market Goat Special Rules: 1. Refer to Junior Livestock Rules and General Rules. 2. If 100 or less market goats make weight there will only be 4 Market Classes. If 101 or more market goats make weight there will be 5 Market Classes. Boer Goat Show (4p.m.): Meat Breeding Juniors Class 1: Doeling up to 120 Days Class 2: Doeling 121 to 210 Days Class 3: Doeling 211 to 364 Days Class 4: Doeling 1yr to < 2 yrs Junior Championship Drive Meat Breeding Senior Class 5: Does under 2 yrs Class 6: Does 2yrs to under 3 yrs Class 7: Does 3 yrs to < 5 yrs Class 8: Does 5 yrs and older Senior Championship Drive Best Meat Breeding Doe in Show: Junior Meat Breeding Champion, Junior Meat Breeding Reserve Champion, Senior Meat Breeding Champion & Senior

Meat Breeding Reserve Champion compete. Meat Breeding Groups Class 9: Champion Youth Herd (3 Does, any size) Class 10: Get of Sire (3 Does from same Sir, any age, one must be in milking). Class 11: Produce of Dam (2 does from same Dam, any age) Market Goats Class 1: Light Weight Class 2: Light Medium Weight Class 3: Medium Weight Class 4: Medium Heavy Weight Class 5: Heavy Weight Market Goat Championship Drive Other Classes Class 1: Market (less than 50lbs) San Juan County Market Breed: A goat that was bred in San Juan County to best show the quality of the youth herd. Market Showmanship Junior: 9yr - 13yr Senior: 14yr - 19yr


JUNIOR HOBBIES Entries Accepted: Saturday August 10, 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Checked Out: Sunday August 18, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Cody Hartsfield, 3203827 Department Head: Taylor Ashcroft 5162533 Divisions Division 1 Up to 5 years Division 2 6 to 8 years Division 3 9 to 11 years Division 4 12 to 14 years Division 5 15 to 18 years Division 6 Special Needs 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will classify and display exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. Contestants are welcome to bring multiple entries, however only one item will be entered per lot. All entries must

be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. All entries must be clean and READY TO HANG. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes and $20.00 will be awarded in all Divisions. 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be not be responsible for items left after closing. 5. Model cars and logos must be mounted and secure. Mounting should be no larger than the model itself. 6. Collections must be mounted securely to a board no larger than 24” X 24”X 2” 7. Free writing is not to exceed 500 words and must be legible. 8. Felt art is not open to Division 4.

Class 1. Ceramics Lot# Name 1. Glaze 2. Greenware/Unfired 3. Indian Art Work 4. Overglazed 5. Painted 6. Porcelain 7. Self-Poured 8. Stain 9. Underglaze 10. Any other Clay Class 2. Handicrafts Lot# Name 1. Basket 2. Beaded Work 3. Beaded Art 4. Bottlecraft 5. Candles 6. Christmas Decoration 7. Clay 8. Clock 9. Crafted Picture 10. Decorated Bird House 11. Decoupage 12. Diorama 13. Doll 14. Dreamcatcher 15. Duct Tape 16. Egg Art 17. Floral Arrangement 18. Gourd Art 19. Holiday Decoration 20. Metal Work 21. Miniature Room Setting 22. Origami 23. Paper Art 24. Paper Mache 25. Recycled Art 26. Rock Art

27. Sand Art 28. Soap 29. Tole Wall Hanging 30. Welding 31. Wreath 32. Any other item Class 3. Jewelry/Beadwork Lot# Name 1. Belts 2. Bolos 3. Bracelet 4. Brooches 5. Containers 6. Jewelry Set 7. Keychain 8. Necklace 9. Pendants 10. Rubber Band 11. Any other jewelry 12. Any other Beadwork Class 4. Leathercraft Lot# Name 1. Belt 2. Book Cover 3. Case 4. Check Book 5. Footwear 6. Horse Tack 7. Keychain 8. Kit 9. Knife Sheath 10. Purse 11. Self Cut/ Directed 12. Wallet 13. Any other item Class 5. Models (ALL MODELS MUST BE MOUNTED AND

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

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JUNIOR HOBBIES 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Class 8. Woodwork Lot# Name 1. Birdhouse 2. Carved 3. Furniture 4. Kit 5. Self Directed 6. Wood Burning 7. Any other item Class 9. Scrapbooking Lot# Name 1. Anniversary 2. Birthday 3. Family 4. Graduation 5. Holiday 6. Pets 7. Retirement 8. Vaction 9. Wedding 10. Any other item Class 10. Collections (ALL COLLECTIONS MUST BE MOUNTED OR CONTAINED AND ABLE TO BE PICKED UP AND MOVED) Lot# Name 1. Buttons

Class 12. Writing Lot# Name 1. Auto Biography 2. Biography 3. Fiction 4. Non-Fiction 5. Poetry 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Cards Cars Coins Fishing Matchbook Miniature Items Rocks Stamps Any other collection

KNOWLEDGE BOWL Fair Board Member: Kimberley Thompson (505) 947-3345

on Friday, August 17th. Junior Division: 9-14 Years

Paperwork can be obtained at the Fair Board Office located in the Multi-Use Building.

Senior Division: 15-19 Years

Return completed paperwork to Fair Board Office by Noon 50

Flowers Free hand Fruit Kit Market Mixed Pen Crayon Pencil Person Sunset/Sunrise Any other item

Prizes in Each Division: 1st Place: $75 2nd Place: $50 3rd Place: $25

Class 11. Drawings (ALL ARTWORK MUST BE READY TO HANG AND FRAMED) Lot# Name 1. Animal 2. Chalk 3. Charcol 4. Colored Pencil 5. Family

Class 13. Photography Lot# Name 1. Colored 2. Black and White Class 14. Science Fair Project Board Bring your science fair board to display only, this category will not be judged.


LAMBS Board Member: TJ Richards Department Head: Bill Van Huss, 860-6120 & Cody Gallegos 505) 231-9848 Show Day: Tuesday, August 13, 8 am, Jeanette Nichols Show Ring Weigh & Check in: Sunday, August 11, 7 am to Noon Check Out: Sunday, August 18 7 am to Noon Junior Market Lambs - Refer to Junior Livestock Rules & General Rules Buckle Sponsors: Booster Showman – Jack & Judy Richards Junior Showman – Bob Richards Senior Showman – Bob

Richards Grand Ewe – Doyle Club Lambs Grand Ram – DB Tech Inc. Champion Southdown Cross – Alan & Tara Walraven Champion Dorset – Kirk & Cheryl Payne Champion Mutton Cross – Robert & Linda Lake Family Champion Blackface – Bugs Awinginit Champion Finewool Cross – T.J. Richards Champion Hair Lamb – T.J. Richards Grand Champion – Bill & Louise Van Huss Reserve Grand Champion – Lake’s Unique Farm Awards: Grand Champion Market Lamb Trophy Reserve Champion Market Lamb Trophy 1st through 6th place ribbons will be awarded in each lot. Champion in each breed will

receive a rosette and buckle. Reserve Champion in each breed will receive a rosette. No cash premiums will be paid in the market class. Lots may be combined at the discretion of the department head Class 1 - Southdown Class 2 - Southdown Cross Class 3 - Dorset Class 4 - Other Mutton Class 5 - Fine Wool (Delaine and Merino) Class 6 - Western White Face Class 7 - Black Face - Hampshire and Suffolk and crosses of those breeds Class 8 - Fine Wool Cross (Hampshire or Suffolk Rambouillet Crosses) Class 9 – Hair Lamb Class 10 Junior Breeding Sheep 1. All breeding animals must be registered or subject to registry. 2. Lots may be combined at the

discretion of the department head. 3. Entry fee $7 due on May 31 Awards Grand Champion Ewe and Ram Trophy Reserve Champion Ewe and Ram Trophy First through sixth place ribbons will be awarded in each class. Premiums: First $10 Second $8 Third $6 Class 11 - Booster Show Boosters (ages 5-8) will be eligible to participate in the booster show. Boosters can show a lamb borrowed from another exhibitor, such as a sibling, club member or FFA Exhibitor that has a lamb entered in the market show. Only one entry per booster. Boosters should be able to properly show and control the lamb in the show ring. Ribbons only will be awarded in this class.

NEEDLEWORK Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10, 10 am – 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18, 10 am – 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Billy Huish Department Head: Linda Williamson, 947-5881 Department Staff: Karen McGee

Divisions Division 1 10 & under Division 2 11 to 20 Division 3 21 to 40 Division 4 41 to 60 Division 5 61 and over Division 6 Professional Division 7 Special Needs 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient com-

petition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to two items per lot. All entries must be clean and ready to hang. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worthy of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions. Divisions 1, 2 & 7 will also receive the following

cash premiums: First $3, Second $2 and Third $1 4. A professional is one who has taught a class for compensation in the skill, which they are entering, or has been employed in that field. 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will not be responsible for items left after closing. 51


NEEDLEWORK Class 1 - Crochet Sub-Class Name 1. Afghan Cross Stitch 2. Afghan Double Stitch 3. Afghan Granny Square 4. Afghan Mile a minute 5. Afghan Ripple 6. Afghan Shell 7. Afghan Single Stitch 8. Afghan Southwestern 9. Afghan Stitch Afghan 10. Any Other Afghan 11. Baby Afghan 12. Bedspread, Thread 13. Bedspread, Yarn 14. Coasters 15. Comb Stitch 16. Doily Over 10â&#x20AC;? 17. Doily Set 18. Doily Under 10â&#x20AC;? 19. Pillow 20. Pillowcase 21. Pot Holders 22. Seasonal 23. Tablecloth 24. Any article, not listed, must be all crochet Class 2 - Crochet Wearing Apparel Sub-Class Name

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

                

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Canvas Sub-Class Name 1. Decorator item 2. House 3. Household item 4. Seasonal 5. Any other item not listed Class 5 - Counted Cross-Stitch Sub-Class Name 1. Apparel 2. Christmas item 3. Framed up to 10â&#x20AC;?x12â&#x20AC;? 4. Framed up to 16x20â&#x20AC;? 5. Framed up to 24â&#x20AC;?x36â&#x20AC;? 6. Framed up to 3â&#x20AC;?x5â&#x20AC;? 7. Framed up to 36â&#x20AC;?x48â&#x20AC;? 8. Framed up to 5â&#x20AC;?x7â&#x20AC;? 9. Framed up to 8â&#x20AC;?x10â&#x20AC;? 10. Toys or Novelty 11. Unframed item 12. Wall Hanging 13. Any other item Class 6 - Miscellaneous Needlework Sub-Class Name 1. Basket 2. Bobbin Lace 3. Bobbin Lace, Doily 4. Bobbin Lace, picture 5. Breadcloth

6. Canvas Cloth 7. Christmas item 8. Clothing 9. Creative Stitch 10. Hardanger, any item 11. Household item 12. Picture 13. Pillow 14. Ribbon Embroidery, any article 15. Set 16. Smocking, any item 17. Tatting, any item 18. Wall Hanging 19. Any other item Class 7 - Embroidery Sub-Class Name 1. Clothing 2. Creative Stitch 3. Napkins 4. Needle punch 5. Picture 6. Pillow 7. Pillowcase 8. Ribbon Embroidery 9. Scarf 10. Tablecloth 11. Tea towel 12. Towel 13. Wall hanging 14. Any other item Class 8 - Bargello & Tatting Sub-Class Name 1. Chair cover 2. Christmas 3. Doily

4. Edging 5. Framed 6. Jewelry 7. Pillow 8. Table Runner 9. Towel 10. Any other item Class 9 - Dolls Sub-Class Name 1. Any Original 2. Bride over 14â&#x20AC;? 3. Bride under 14â&#x20AC;? 4. Counted cross stitch 5. Crochet over 14â&#x20AC;? 6. Crochet over 14â&#x20AC;? w/plastic body 7. Crochet under 14â&#x20AC;? 8. Crochet under 14â&#x20AC;? w/plastic body 9. Doll Pillow 10. Embroidered 11. Novelties 12. Seasonal 13. Set over 14â&#x20AC;? 14. Set under 14â&#x20AC;? 15. Any other item Class 10 - Rugs Sub-Class Name 1. Braided 2. Crochet 3. Knitted 4. Latch hook 5. Navajo 6. Punch hook 7. Wall hanging 8. Grocery Bags 9. Any other item


Friday, August 16th, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. – Memorial Coliseum Board Member: Kimberley Thompson (505) 947-3345 Department Head: Sabrina Huntington (970) 946-8564 Horse Show Rules: We will have 4-H & FFA class which are only open to San Juan County 4-H & FFA Youth Only. We will also have open categories for all riders, age groups (12 & under, 13-18, 19 & over) Entries must be made online. NO EXCEPTIONS for entry link visit our web site www.sanjuancountyfair.net ENTRIES DUE August 9th AGE: AS OF JANUARY 1, 2019 4-H NOVICE: Members who are 8 years AND in the 3rd grade or ages 9, 10, 11 and in the 3rd, 4th, 5th grade. JUNIOR: Members who are 11 AND in the 6th grade or ages 12 or 13 and in the 6th or 7th grade SENIOR: Members who are 13 AND in the 8th grade or 14, 15, 16, 17, or 18. Youth who are 19 on or by December 31 of the current 4-H year are not eligible to compete in the 4-H classes. Open: Open categories are for any rider not registered in San Juan County 4-H Horse Project. (12 and under, 13-18, 19 & over)

OPEN HORSE SHOW

General Rules 1. Entry Fees: $5.00 per class. Entries must be made online for entry link visit our web site www.sanjuancountyfair.net 2. Exhibitors must send in separate entry for each horse/exhibitor combination, with entry fees for each combination. 3. Ownership: By submitting entry for the Youth Horse Show, you are verifying that the horse is owned by a member of the immediate family. If the horse is owned by someone outside the immediate family, you are verifying the horse has been under your care, maintenance and use since May 1st of this year. 4. All EXIBITORS must have a copy of a current negative Coggins with them for each horse entered. 5. Horses may be stalled on the fairgrounds on a first come, first serve basis. Exhibitors must supply their own bedding. Stalls will be available Friday, August 10, 2018 at 5:00 pm. A $15.00 deposit will be charged for stalls (excluding tack stalls for the duration of the fair), refundable when you check out and stalls are left clean. Please make a separate check to the San Juan County Fair Horse stalls. Do not include with entry fee check! 6. No Stallions will be allowed to show. 7. AQHA rules will be used as GUIDELINES and will be at judge’s discretion. It is the Exhibitor’s Responsibility to be familiar with the rules and legal tack and equipment. 8. Training aids will not be allowed. All clothes and tack

must meet the requirements specified in the AQHA rulebook. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to know the rules. 9. Classes may be combined, split or deleted at the discretion of the department head or judge. 10. A one minute gate will be enforced unless a tack change has been reported to the ring steward two classes before. 11. A horse may be ridden in more than one age group. 12. Contestants receiving coaching from the sidelines, while in a class will be disqualified at the discretion of the judge. 13. Show management reserves the right to refuse entry to any horse that does not, in their judgment meet the criteria of a healthy, sound animal or exhibits behavior that could be hazardous to the facilities, other horses, exhibitors and the public. 14. The ring steward and gate workers have the authority to bring to the judge’s attention illegal equipment, inappropriate attire, violation of rules or behavior of horses requiring dis-

missal from the arena. Unmanageable horses will not be allowed to show. Extension Agents or FFA Advisors by an exhibitor or family member will be grounds for disqualification of the exhibitor from the current and future San Juan County Fairs. 17. Classes 12 & 13 are for children six years of age & under only and do not receive points. 18. Crossover from class 13 to class 14 will not be allowed. 19. The Fair Association is not responsible for damage or loss of equipment or animals during the fair. No Animals are allowed to be locked inside stalls. If a locked animal is found or reported the lock will be broken and the exhibitor could be disqualified and asked to leave the fairgrounds. 20. Participation in this Horse Show is a privilege and may be denied for just cause. Just cause may be described as but not limited to: unsportsmanlike conduct, harassment of fair officials, judges or volunteers by exhibitors or family members.

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OPEN HORSE SHOW 15. An exhibitor or family member who interferes with a judgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performance, or who makes false statements in regard to an animal or exhibitor entered shall be disqualified and excluded from any future entry. 16. Harassment of local officials, Fair Board Directors, Department Heads, County 21. Rules and Patterns will be posted by 8 am on show day. 22. Failure to comply with the rules, regulations and procedures of this horse show may result in disqualification and/or disciplinary action. 23. No refunds will be made after the entry deadline with the

exception that a partial fund may be made upon receipt of a doctorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s or veterinarianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s excuse. 24. No classes may be added and no class changes will be allowed. 25. The P.A. System is used to help the show move as smoothly as possible but is only a courtesy. It is the responsibility of the contestants to know when they are required to be in the staging area or arena. Not hearing or understanding gate calls, etc. is NOT an excuse for missing oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s order of class. Champion halter horses and rosettes to Reserve Champion Halter horses. In the

        

    

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event of a tie for High-Point, the order of the tie breaker will be 1) greatest number of 1st places, 2) earned points in riding classes, 3) coin toss by judge. Classes: Halter classes are divided by age of the horse, NOT the age of the exhibitor with the exception of Showmanship at Halter. No points are awarded for classes marked with an asterisk (*) on the entry form. SHOW SCHEDULE Classes: Halter Mares: 4 yrs & Under*

Halter Mares: 5 yrs & Over* Halter Geldings: 4 yrs & Under* Halter Geldings: 5 yrs & Over* Showmanship at Halter 15 Minute Tack Change Hunt Seat Equitation Hunter Under Saddle Lead Line: 6 & Under* Walk/Jog: 6 & Under* 15 Minute Tack Change Walk/Jog: Western Horsemanship Western pleasure Reining Trail

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WILD HORSE CHALLENGE AND HORSE AUCTION Contact person: Megan Print 505-3209513 megan.print@usda.gov Friday August 19, 2019 5pm Outdoor Arena WILD HORSE CHALLENGE:

local youth will have approximately 90 days to train a Jicarilla wild horse for an in-hand trail class. Youth will also have time to showcase any special skills they have trained their horse to do. Judges who will be evaluating the youth and the horses will award prizes and awards.

HORSE AUCTION: After the competition there will be a horse auction at which time the youth has the choice to put the horse in the auction or they can adopt the horse. The auction will allow the public the opportunity to adopt a wild horse with some training.

The youth Trainers will receive any donation that the horse brings over the $125 adoption fee. The Competition will be held on Friday August 16 at 5pm in the outdoor Arena with the auction to follow.

OUTHOUSE RACES Monday, august 12th, 7 pm Board Member/ Department Head: Cody Hartsfield, 320-3827 Entry Deadline: Saturday August 10th by 5:30 pm in the fair office Official Race Rules The first rule of consideration is SAFETY for the racers and for the public. Use good common sense based on safety in the following: construction of outhouse, in dress and in racing. All rules will apply, including measurements. Structure THESE RULES NEED TO BE FOLLOWED & THE MEASURMENTS NEED TO BE AS LISTED BELOW!!!!! 1. Outhouses are to have three walls, a roof, a doorway, and a seat with at least one (1) hole that is 12.â&#x20AC;? It may also have a door, but the door must be secured open during the race. No weight requirement. 2. Outhouse must be a minimum of 3 X 3 feet at its base, and a maximum overall width not to exceed six (6) feet (including grasping and/or pushing devices.) A minimum height

Outhouses must be in place near the gate at 6 p.m. for Peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choice voting. Outhouses NOT in place by the designated time will not participate in the Peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choice voting. At 6:45 p.m., outhouses may be taken to the race course, behind the concession stand. The race will begin at 7 p.m. of five (5) feet from the floor to the highest point of the roof. Inspections of outhouses will be done prior to the race â&#x20AC;&#x201C; those not meeting the requirements will be disqualified, including measurements. 3. Four (4) wheels minimum and eight inches (8â&#x20AC;?) diameter wheels maximum. 4. Any device for grasping (to move) the outhouse may be used except ropes (or like materials/devices.) All grasping devices must be secured solidly to the outhouse and extending no longer than eight (8) inches from the outhouse. 5. Outhouse may be built of any solid material, and structurally sound enough not to fall apart during the race. 6. No glass may be used. 7. Each outhouse must have a â&#x20AC;&#x153;name.â&#x20AC;? The name is to be displayed on each side of the outhouse (also front and back is allowed.) Sponsors names may be applied anywhere on the outside of the outhouse.

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Team 1. A team shall consist of a maximum of five (5) people. One (1) person must ride inside at all times. A rotation of the rider will be done at each stop. TEAMS MAY COMPETE WITH ONE OUTHOUSE – NO TEAM WILL BE ALLOWED TO RACE WITH MORE THAN ONE OUTHOUSE. 2. A grasping device for the rider to hold on to is permitted. 3. A team shall dress in like apparel. Each team and outhouse should have a “theme” and dress accordingly. EXAMPLE: Hillbilly team: bib overalls, etc; Company: shirts and hats with

Race 1. Each team will race twice. Race pairs determined by draw. 2. Winners will advance on the bracket. 3. Race course is undetermined. 4. The course will be divided into two lanes. No outhouse may go into another’s lane. If a collision occurs, both teams will return to the start line and restart the race. 5. During the race the rider must be seated over the 12” hole. 6. All outhouses are to be humanpowered. No motors, bicycle-type devices, etc. will be allowed.

PHOTOGRAPHY Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10, 10 am 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Lucille Jones, 608-4659 Department Head: Cindy Rash, 326-4693 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work 56

of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to 4 entries. All entries must be clean. Pictures must have wire on the back so it can be hung on peg hooks. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions. Divisions 1, 2 & 6 will be awarded the following cash premiums: First $3, Second $2 & Third $1 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San

Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County will be not responsible for items left after closing. 5. All pictures must be in good taste and suitable for viewing of all ages. Pictures in question will not be accepted. Divisions Division 1 10 and under Division 2 11 to 20 Division 3 21 to 40 Division 4 41 to 60 Division 5 61 and over Division 6 Special Needs Classes Class 1 Novice (less than one year) Class 2 Intermediate (one to four years) Class 3 Advanced (over four

years) Class 4 Professional (sells arts or teaches in the field) Lot # Name 1. Black & White (animal, reptile, sea animal, birds) 2. Black & White (fine art, illustrative, creative, scenic, photographic art) 3. Black & White (flower, plants, trees, anything that blooms) 4. Black & White (people, photographs of people in any setting) 5. Black & White (portrait, should show people or animals in a studio or scenic setting) 6. Black & White (scenic, landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes) 7. Black & White (miscellaneous, any item not listed


PHOTOGRAPHY above 8. Color (animal, reptile, sea animal, birds) 9. Color (fine art, illustrative, creative, scenic, photographic art) 10. Color (flower, plants, and trees, any-

thing that blooms) 11. Color (people, photographs of people in any setting) 12. Color (portrait, should show people or animals in a studio or scenic setting)

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

POULTRY Board Member: Billy Huish Department Head: Gene Stark, 632-3286 Department Staff: Bert Stark, 632-3286 Judging Dates Monday, August 12, 9 am (Market, Waterfowl & Pigeons) Tuesday, August 13, 9 am (Bantam & Standard Poultry) Entry Deadline: July 15 for 4-H or FFA Entries (on line only) August 1 for Open entries (also accepted on check in day is space is available) Entry Fee: $3 Double Coop $6 Check In: Sunday, August 11 7 am to noon Check Out: Sunday, August 18 7 am to Noon The following have donated awards for the youth show: Champion of Show: Billy Huish Champion Market Turkey Pen: Stark’s Bantams Champion Market Chicken Pen: ABC Unlimited Special Rules: 1. Exhibitor must be enrolled in 4-H or FFA to compete in the junior division. Any entry not signed by a FFA Advisor or Organizational Leader will go into open class.

2. Definitions and judging procedures as prescribed in the latest edition of the Official Show Rules and APA and ABA shall apply to all entries. 3. Open division entries will be accepted Sunday, August 4 from 7 am to 2 pm provided space is available. 4. Payback: First $4, Second $3 and Third $2. There is no payback for Market Poultry. 5. All birds must be in good health and Pullourm-Typhoid free. 6. Refer to Junior Livestock Rules and General Rules. 7. Definition: Cock & Hen (over one year) Cockerel and Pullet (under one year)

Class 4 Asiatic Breeds Brahma’s Cochins Langshans Class 5 Continental Breeds Crevecoeurs Hamburg’s Polish Class 6 All Other Standard Breeds

Ameracuanas Araucanas Cubalayas Frizzle Modern Game Naked Neck Old English Phoenix Shamos Sultans Sumatra’s Bantams

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For Market Poultry please refer to the San Juan County Rule Book for information. Standard Birds Class 1 American Breeds Dominique Jersey Giants New Hampshire’s Plymouth Rocks Rhode Island Wyandottes Class 2 English Breeds Australorps Cornish Orphingtons Red Caps Sussex Class 3 Mediterranean Breeds Anconas Leghorns Minorcas

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POULTRY Class 7 Single Comb Clean Legged Dutch Frizzle Japanese Leghorn Minorca Naked Neck Class 8 Rose Comb Clean Legged Belgian Bearded Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Anveres Dominique Frizzle Hamburg Rhode Island Rosecomb Sebright Wyandotte

Class 9 All Other Comb Clean Legged Arcauna Aseel Cornish Crevecoeur Frizzle Polish Sumatra Yokohama American Buff Class 10 Feather Legged Belgian Bearded Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Anveres Brahma Cochin Frizzle Langshan

Silkie Sultan Class 11 Modern Game Old English/American Game Class 12 - Lay Class Any non-standard lay type hen Class 13 - Eggs *Must be 1 dozen Brown White Colored Most Unique Class 14 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Guineas Class 15 - Standard Ducks Campbell Cayuga Crested Muscovy Pekin Rouen Runner Class 16 - Bantam Ducks Call East India Mallard

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Class 19 - Game Birds Chuckers Doves Pheasant Quail

Pigeons Class 20 Fancy & American Breeds Capuchine Chinese Owl English Carrier Fantail Flying Oriental Roller Flying Performing Roller Helmet Indian Fantail Jacobin Lahore Modena Nun Class 21 Homers & Racers American Show Racer Exhibition Homer Racing Homer Show Racing Homer Class 22Pouters & Croppers Norwich Cropper Reversewing Pouter Woorburg Shield Cropper Class 23Rare Breeds Budapest Highflier Old German Owl Vienna Class 24 Swallows & Color Archangel Ice Frillback Swallows Class 25 Syrian Breeds Damascene Syrian Class 26 Trumpeter Breeds English Trumpeter Class 27 Utility Breeds Cameau Show King Swiss Mondain


QUILTING Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10 10am – 6:30pm – Multi-Use Building Entries Checked Out: Sunday, August 18. 10am – 2pm Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will not be responsible for items left after closing. Board Member: Kim Martinez Department Head: Gail Hoffman, 505-330-7037; Pammyj51@q.com 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition.

Class. All Best of Class compete for Best of Division. All Best of Division compete for Grand Best of Show and Reserve Best of show. We also award rosettes for Department head choice and first and second viewer’s choice. Divisions one and two will receive cash premiums of first: $3, second: $2 and third: $1. 5. The Elsie Dallas Bloomfield Memorial Award of Excellence in Workmanship will receive $50 and a rosette (Divisions 3 through 6); $25 and a rosette (Divisions 1 and 2). 6. All Division winners will receive a rosette and $25 cash award.

3. All entries must be clean and ready to hang.

Divisions 1. 7 & Under (Light Blue) 2. 8 – 17 (Medium Blue) 3. 18 -40 (Bright Yellow) 4. 41 – 60 (Bright Pink) 5. 61 – 72 (Pink) 6. 73 & Over (Light Green) 7. 2 Person or Group (Lavender & Orange) 8. Professional* (Purple) 9. Fair Theme (Blue) 10. Special Needs (Medium Green)*A person who is engaged in a s pecific occupation for payment. (quilting, sewing, teaching, etc.)

4. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth merit. First through sixth place ribbons will be awarded to each lot. All first in each lot compete for Best of

Class 1. Bed (King or Queen) 2. Bed (Double or Twin) 3. Lap 4. Large Wall Hanging 5. Small Wall Hanging

2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors must be residents of San Juan County, NM and are limited to one item per lot.

6. Art Quilt 7. Other Lots 1. Hand Pieced, Hand Quilted 2. Hand Pieced, Domestic Machine Quilted 3. Hand Pieced, Long Arm Machine Quilted 4. Hand Pieced, Tied 5. Machine Pieced, Hand Quilted 6. Machine Pieced, Domestic Machine Quilted 7. Machine Pieced, Long Arm Machine Quilted 8. Machine Pieced, Tied 9. Hand Appliqued, Hand Quilted

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QUILTING 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Hand Embroidery, Long Arm Machine Quilted Hand Embroidery, Tied Machine Embroidery, Hand Quilted Machine Embroidery, Domestic Machine Quilted Machine Embroidery, Long Arm Machine Quilted Machine Embroidery, Tied Whole Cloth, Hand Quilted Whole Cloth, Domestic Machine Quilted Whole Cloth, Long Arm Machine Quilted Whole Cloth, Tied Miscellaneous Item, Hand Quilted Miscellaneous Item, Domestic Machine Quilted Miscellaneous Item, Long Arm Machine Quilted Miscellaneous Item, Tied

RABBITS Board Member: Cliff Hadden

Entry Fee: $3 per entry

Department Head: Brook Klitzke, 970-764-7036

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

Deadline: July 15 Check In: Sunday, August 11 7 am to noon Check Out: Sunday, August 18 7 am to Noon Show Days Monday, August 12 – Youth Show Tuesday, August 13 – Open Show (Open entries taken at check in or on show day. May enter one show only) 8 am Rabbit Barn

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Open & Youth Division Entry 1. Judging will follow American Rabbit Breeders Association Rules as governed by The Standard of Perfection. NO mixed breed Rabbits accepted. 2. All rabbits must be identified with a permanent, legible ear tattoo in the LEFT ear. 3. No rabbit showing sign of poor health or disease will be allowed in the barn. If an animal is found sick or in poor health it will be sent home. 4. Open entries will be accepted only if space is available and will be taken on a

first come basis by the postmark on the entry. Open entries checked in on Sunday will be required to remain on display until check out day. Open exhibitors may choose to bring in rabbits for the day of the show, but must take rabbit’s home at the completion of the show. Please note on the entry form if rabbits will be housed for the week. 5. Entries not marked and signed by a 4-H Leader or FFA Advisor will go into open class. 6. The American Rabbit Breeders Association sanctions this show. ARBA Secretary Glenn Carr P.O. Box 426 Bloomington, Illinois 61701. 7. Exhibitors must furnish their own food, containers and bedding. 8. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will not be responsible for items left after

closing. 9. Refer to Junior Livestock Rules and General Rules. 10. Premiums are as follows: First $4, Second $3 and Third $2 SHOW ROOM CLASSES Rabbits show in the following order: Ear #: Ear number (tattoo) in the left ear Breed: i.e., Mini Lop, Californian etc. Variety: In most breeds this will be the color of the rabbit. Lops will be solid or broken. Class Age: Age of the rabbit 4 Class Rabbits: Junior – Under six months, Senior- 6 months and older 6 Class Rabbits: Junior – Under six months, Intermediate – 6 to 8 Months, Senior – Over 8 months


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

ROCKS, GEMS AND MINERALS Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10, 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18 10 am – 2 pm Board Member: Lucille Jones, 608-4659 B Tory Bonner, 716-2847 Department Staff: Joyce and Doug Marshall, 334-4133 RULES: 1. All exhibits in this section will be entered free of charge. Exhibits will be accepted in the Multi-Use Building at the above

dates and times. Judging will be Sunday August 13th, 2016; the building will be closed all day. 2. Class 1 lapidary competition will accept entries from professional exhibitors. They will be judged separately from the amateurs. Entries receiving a blue ribbon last year are, are not eligible for entry for three years. Exhibitors may enter more than one exhibit in the sale lot number provided the exhibits involve different types of material. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head. Each exhibit should be no taller than 5”, and is limited to a

space no larger than 11”X17”. Larger exhibits will be accepted for exhibit only if space is available, but no exhibit can be taller than 5”. 3. No archaeological exhibits will be permitted in the section. 4. All awards will be made on the following basis: First Prize 80 points or over Second Prize 70-80 points Third Prize 60-70 points No prize money will be given in the Senior Division. Ribbons will be given for First, Second, and Third Prized in Senior and Junior Divisions. A best of Show Rosette will be awarded to the exhibit in each Class receiving the highest number of points. In the Junior Division

(18 and under) premiums are paid as follows: First $3, Second $2, Third $1. 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board or San Juan County Employees will not be responsible for items left after closing. Division 1 Junior Division 2 Senior Division 3 Professional Class 1 Lapidary Competition All cutting, polishing, tumbling, faceting, mounting, hand wrought mountings, and labels 61


ROCKS, GEMS AND MINERALS must be the work of the exhibitor. Identification: Lapidary Class pieces must be labeled with name of the stone or stones and location if known. Judging points for Class 1: Workmanship- 40 points, Quality-40 points, Showmanship-15 points, Labeling-5 points. Judging points for Class 2 & 3: Quality –65 points, Rarity-5 points, Showmanship-15points, Labeling-15 points. Lot # Name 1. Cabochons, Four Corners area, 5-10 cabs 2. Cabochons, Native New Mexico 5-10 cabs 3. Cabochons, Other areas, 5-10 cabs 4. Faceted Stones, 5-10 stones 5. Jewelry pieces or sets in hand mountings 1 piece or set 6. Jewelry pieces or sets in commercial mounting 1 piece or set 7. Wire wrapped jewelry, 1 piece 8. Items not jewelry, made of rocks or gems 9. Tumbled stones, 10-15 pieces 10. Polished flats (slabs, geodes, etc) 5-10 11. Knapping, 5-10 pieces 12. Open lot * Class 2 - Mineral Competition Identification: Mineral class specimens must be labeled with the name of the mineral and the location at which it was found (at least the state and country or, if foreign, country, city or district. Judging points: Quality-65 points, Rarity-5 points, Shownanship-15 points, labeling-15 points. Lot# Name 1. Thumbnail Collection 1”x1” or smaller, 10-15 specimens 2. Miniature Collection 2”x2” or smaller, 5-10 specimens

3. Cabinet Specimens larger than 2”, 5-10 specimens 4. Single Crystal, all from one family, 5-10 specimens 5. Crystal Cluster, assorted sizes, 5-10 specimens 6. Minerals, all from one family, 5-10 specimens 7. Minerals, all from one locality, 5-10 specimens 8. Open Lot* Class 3 - Fossil and Rock Identification: Fossils must be labeled with name, location and geological era or period. Petrified Wood and/or wood casts and rocks should show name and location. Judging points: Quality-65 points, Rarity-5

points, Showmanship15 points, Labeling-15 Points. Lot# Name 1. Fossilsone location 5-10 specimens 2. Fossils, assorted, 5-10 specimens 3. Petrified Wood/Wood Casts, Rough 5-10 pieces 4. Petrified Wood/Wood Casts Polished, 5-10 pieces 5. Petrified Wood, Polished Slab, 1 piece 6. Petrified Wood, Tumbled 5-10 pieces 7. Rocks, One Classification 5-10 pieces 8. Rocks, General Location, 5-10 pieces 9. Open Lot

SALSA CONTEST Saturday, August 17 6:30 p.m. Small Patio by Multi Use Bldg. Entry Deadline: August 16 Board Member: Lissa Currin 505-419-0971 It’s time to put your secret recipe to the test. Better yet, make a name for you or your restaurant.

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Enter the Salsa Challenge as an individual or as a business. Rules: 1. Prepare a minimum of one gallon of salsa. 2. Make sure your salsa is made and stored according to the health standards of the State of New Mexico. A food handlers license will be required for each booth. A copy must be attached to the entry form. 3. Check-in time is from 4-5 p.m.

4. Event will start at 5:30 p.m. 5. Chips, sample cups, and ice will be provided. 6. Contest will begin at 5:30 p.m., during which times your tables need to be staffed. Teams may decorate and dress in costume to gain votes for best booth. A plaque will be awarded 7. First, second, and third place will be awarded in each class. First place winners from each class will compete for Best of Division. All Best of Division winners

will compete for Best Overall. People’s Choice will be awarded for the overall choice of the fairgoers. Divisions 1- 18 and under 2- Over 18 3- Commercial Class 1- Salsa Red 2- Salsa Green 3- All Other


SCARECROW Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10 10 am - 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18, 10 am – 2 pm *Save time this division can be pre-entered on-line www.sanjuancountyfair.net your entry card will be ready when you get to the fair. Multi-Use Building Board Members: Sadie Shelton 947-5823 Department Head: Vikki O’Neal Classes Class 1 Fair Theme Class 2 Traditional Class 3 Multiple

Class 4 Character Class 5 All Natural, no newspaper or plastic fillers) Class 5 Other Divisions Division 1 10 & Under Division 2 11 to 15 Division 3 16 to 20 Division 4 21 to 40 Division 5 41 to 60

Division 6 61 and Over Division 7 Special Needs Rules: 1. Entry must be free standing. 2. Scarecrow height must be no taller than six foot. 3. Materials used to stuff scarecrow must

be natural. (Newspaper is acceptable) If vegetables or fruit are used, they cannot be punctured or carved. 4. Scarecrows must be loveable, friendly and humorous. Frightening, witch or monster faces on scarecrows will not be accepted. 5. Only one entry per exhibitor. 6. Best of show Rosettes and $25 cash awards may be awarded in each division. Additional $25 cash prize will be awarded for the following: Most Unique, Judge’s Choice, Most Original, Department Head Choice, and Best Natural

SEWING Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10 10 am – 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Richard Rielley 320-3192 Department Head: Misty Evanston 330-5569 Divisions Division 1 10 & under Division 2 11 to 20 Division 3 21 to 40

Division 4 41 to 60 Division 5 61 and over Division 6 Professional Division 7 Special Needs 1. All entries in this department will be entered free of charge. The person who receives the exhibit will place exhibits. Additional lots may be set up at the discretion of the department head if there is sufficient competition. 2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must have not been entered in a previous San Juan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to one item per lot. All entries

must be clean and ready to hang. 3. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless the article is deemed worth of merit. First through Sixth place ribbons will be awarded. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded in all Divisions if there is sufficient competition. Divisions 1, 2 & 7 will be awarded the following cash premiums: First $3, Second $2 and Third $1. A $25 cash prize will be given to the Outstanding Seamstress from the Junior Division (1&2, Senior Division (3, 4, & 5) and the Special

Needs Division. 4. A professional is one who has taught a class for compensation in the skill, which they are entering, or has been employed in that field. 5. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. Class 1- Lady’s & Girls Garments Sub Class Name

ROUND ROBIN

SHOWMANSHIP Friday, August 16, 7 pm Beef Barn Show Ring Board Members: Davin Jacquez 619-888-3722 Department Head: Mari Beth Garcia 505-486-4853 DIVISION 1 Junior Showmanship 13 and under DIVISION 2 Senior Showmanship 14 to 19 RULES: 1. To be eligible contestants must have won top showmanship in one of the livestock divisions. Each Division must have a minimum of two contestants and three animals. 2. Both Junior and Senior Winners in Swine, Lamb, Beef, Goats, Poultry, Rabbits, and Horse Show will show their own animals in the Round Robin. 3. Contestants are required to have equipment needed to properly exhibit each animal, which can be used by all contestants. 4. All Barn Superintendents are required to have their showmanship winners to the Round Robin Department Head or the SJCF Board Office 1 hour before the show.

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SEWING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Blouse Bridal Gown Casual jacket, lined Casual jacket, unlined Coat, lined Coat, unlined Coordinated wardrobe, 3 or more pieces Dress, better cotton Dress, better synthetic blend

10. Dress, party 11. Garment, any other 12. Jeans 13. Jumpsuit 14. Kit, garment only 15. Leather item 16. Lingerie 17. Overalls 18. Robe 19. Shirt 20. Skirt 21. Slacks

22. Sleepwear 23. Suit, two piece 24. Swimwear 25. T-shirt 26. Vest 27. Warm up, sportswear Class 2 - Men’s and Boy’s Garments Sub Class Name 1. Jacket, lined 2. Jacket, unlined

3. Leather Garment 4. Pants 5. Shirt 6. Shirt, western 7. Sleepwear 8. Suit 9. Swimwear 10. Vest 11. Any other garment Class 3 - Other Items Sub Class Name 1. Bath article

2. Blanket 3. Christmas Ornament 4. Doll Clothing 5. Kitchen Article 6. Pillow 7. Pillow Case 8. Purse 9. Stuffed Toy 10. Tote Bag 11. Any other Item

SPINNING AND WEAVING Entries Accepted: Saturday, August 10, 10 am 6:30 pm Entries Check-out: Sunday, August 18, 10 am - 2 pm Multi-Use Building Board Member: Kim Martinez Department Head: Anna Kinney 330-8531 Divisions Division 1 10 and under Division 2 11 to 20 years Division 3 21 to 40 years Division 4 41 to 60 years Division 5 61 & over Division 6 Professional Division 7 Special Needs

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

the following awards: One $20 cash premium for Division 1 & 2 combined (Judges Choice) and one $20 for Divisions 3, 4, 5 & 7 combined (Best use of Color). 4. Exhibits will not be released until the exhibitor’s coupon is presented to the department staff. Department Heads, San Juan County Fair Board nor San Juan County employees will be responsible for items left after closing. 5. A professional is anyone who earns more than one thousand dollars a year from the sale of hand spun yarns, woven or felted items, or who receives fees for teaching this art. Class 1 - Handspun Yarn Yarn must be submitted in a 2 ounce skein properly tied. Lot # Name 1. Single ply, wool 2. Single ply, exotic fiber

3. Single ply, natural dyed by spinner 4. Single ply, chemically dyed by spinner 5. Multi ply, wool 6. Multi ply, exotic fiber 7. Multi ply, natural dyed by spinner 8. Multi ply, chemically dyed by spinner 9. Novelty yarn, natural fiber 10. Novelty yarn, including all or part manmade fiber 11. Knitting or Crochet with hand spun yarn 12. Other hand spun yarn Class 2 – Felting (limit of 3 varied entries per lot #, per person) Lot # Name 1. Wet felted apparel 2. Wet felted household item 3. Wet felted accessory 4. Wet felted sculpture 5. Dry felted sculpture 6. Dry felted accessory 8. Other felted items


STICKHORSE RACE Saturday, August 17, 11 am Beef Barn Board Member: Kimberly Thompson Department Head: Sally Hood 334-0674 Eligible Ages: Division 1 2 years Division 2 3 years Division 3 4 years Division 4 5 years

Division 5 Division 6 Division 7 Division 8

6 years 7-8 years 9-10 years Special Needs

Rules: 1. Participants must sign up prior to the race in the Beef Barn. 2. Must straddle the horse the entire

race or be disqualified. 3. Must ride courteously.

4. Division winners will receive a stick horse. All others a ribbon and prize.

SWINE SHOW Wednesday, August 14, 8 am Jerry Connelly Memorial Ring BOARD MEMBER: Kim Martinez 860-1568, Cody Hartsfield 3203827 Department Head: Cody Hartsfield 320-3827 RULES: Refer to San Juan County Fair Rule Book Classes and Buckle Donors: Berkshire: Jack and Judy Richards Chester: Basin Pump and Supply

Hampshire: Black Mesa Ranch Cross : R & L Chart Service OTHER BUCKLE DONORS: Grand Champion Swine; Stock Transportation Reserve Grand Champion: Star Mobile Enterprise Junior Showmanship: In Memory of Colton Candelaria Senior Showmanship: In Memory of Colton Candelaria

BOPB: L/W Livestock

Herdsman Award: Legends Outfitters

Duroc: Basin Pump and Supply York: R & L Chart

Traveling Trophies: Jim Bowen Family, Justin Lesky Family,

and Diana Farrow Family give this trophy to the grand champion Market swine. The trophy is to be held for one year and returned prior to the next year. Any engraving on the trophies is the responsibility of the winner. Flora Hesser Memorial Plaque â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Will award a plaque each year to the Grand Champion Market swine. ADDITIONAL RULES: 1. Animals must be clean before entering the scales to prevent any breed characteristic difficulties. 2. Any animal not meeting the weight requirement will be allowed to stay if room is available. 3. Bedding in pens must be sand or wood

chips only. No Straw will be allowed. Pens must be cleaned daily and maintained for the health of the animals. 4. No feeding or cleaning feeders in the wash bays. This area is for cleaning pigs only. 5. Exhibitors and helpers in alleyways only on show day during their class only. 6. San Juan County Bred Swine must meet SJCF Rules and requirements in order to show. 7. No exercising pigs in the show ring at any time. 8. No cleaning of feed buckets inside the barn. Use outside fresh water faucets. BOOSTER SHOW Department Head: Misty Evanson 505330-5569

THE Booster Show is for Children ages 5-8 and participants do NOT have to be enrolled in a 4-H Club. Boosters may show a pig borrowed from another exhibitor, such as a sibling, Fellow 4-H Club member, or an FFA Exhibitor that has a pig entered in the market show. Only one entry per booster, and boosters should be able to properly show and control the pig in the show ring. Ribbons only will be awarded in this class for all participants. Pre-registration will be required, with signatures from the booster, parent and exhibitor (owner of the pig). The exhibitor will need to stay with and help the booster exhibitor during the BOOSTER Class. 65


The San Juan County Fair would like to thank our Corporate Sponsors:

Citizens Bank

The Echols Family

Norther Edge Casino

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