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Stevens County Fair

PO Box 622, Morris, MN 56267 | Address: 177 S County Road 22 Phone: 320-589-1062 | Website: www.scfair.net | E-mail: scfair @yahoo.com; info@scfair.net; Facebook: Stevens County Fair | Twier: @SCFairMN | Instagram: @scfairmn All entry forms and rules are on-line at www.scfair.net

*President *Vice President *Treasurer *Secretary Camping Lee Center Booths Lee Center Booths Food/Outdoor Vendors Food/Outdoor Vendors Open Class Open Class Open Class Homemakers Homemakers Beef Beef Swine Sheep Horses Poultry/Rabbits Rabbits Veterinarian on Grounds 4-H Coordinator Enduro Rodeo Demo Derby

Steve Storck Wayne Lemmerman Ryan Sleiter Mary Hill Steve Storck Dave Lonergan Ron Staples Roger Hill Eric Homan Kelly Howe Ruth Spohr Suzanne Smith Sandy Thorstad Roxane Malland Dennis Sleiter John Dosdall Ted Kill Judy Johnston Les Kopel Fran Altrich Jill Montzka H & H Veterinary Kirsn Koch Randy Kramer Les Kopel Wayne Lemmerman

320.760.6168 320.287.1790 320.589.7067 320.808.8465 320.760.6168 320.760.4579 320.760.5348 320.808.5957 320.250.0430 320.287.3207 320.392.5417 320.589.1906 320.808.3281 320.247.2956 320.349.0493 320.760.7456 320.287.2054 320.287.1431 320.287.1967 320.815.6306 320.287.2681 320.842.5960 320.208.6575 320.589.3113 320.287.1967 320.324.7573

Back row: (L to R) Roger Hill, Ron Staples, Dennis Sleiter, Les Kopel, Ryan Sleiter, Randy Kramer, Wayne Lemmerman, Ted Kill, Jill Montzka, John Dosdall; Middle row: (L to R) Kirstin Koch, 4-H Coordinator, Kelly Howe, Sandy Thorstad, Ruth Spohr, Suzanne Smith, Samantha Lemmerman, Pat Storck, Roxane Malland, Jerry Thorstad; Front row: (L to R) Mary Hill, Justin Howe, Jason Thorstad, Eric Hoffman, Judy Johnston, Shellie Lemmerman, Steve Storck; Missing from photo: Jessica Lemmerman, Dave Lonergan, Mike Lonergan.


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Get Your Buttons now The right number wins a trip and MORE! Someone could be the lucky winner of a trip for two to San Diego, California if you have the correct fair button number. Buttons are on sale with most of the 4-Her’s, Unger’s Furniture, Meadowland Market LLC, and Willie’s Super Valu. Buttons are $7 each with no limit on the number you can buy. There is a limited supply of buttons, so you will want to get one soon. The Button is good for a free supper on Tuesday night, August 9, at the Lee Community Center starting at 5 p.m. At 6:10 p.m. we will have the drawing to see what lucky person will take a trip to San Diego, CA. All buttons have a number listed on the face of them and the holder of the button number drawn will have 24 hours to claim the trip. Last year’s fair trip winner was Marlene and Paul Haugen. Each day of the fair, more numbers are drawn for prizes such as Morris Chamber Cash, cases of pop, gift certificates to different businesses, T shirts, etc. Always have your button on as you never now when there may be surprise drawing at an event at the fair plus you will need your button to claim the prize. We will make an effort to have all numbers for the prizes drawn by noon on Saturday and posted at that time. You should

have time to check and see if you have won anything by the close of the fair on Sunday. The winning numbers are posted on the fair’s website at www.scfair.net Facebook or in the glass case that is located on the outside of the Homemaker’s Building (yellow). Once again, the owner of the number drawn for the trip will only have 24 hours to claim it or we will post a new number for that prize and the first number will be void. The Stevens County Fair Board has teamed up with Pam Severance from For Getaways Travel to make this trip possible. Check out their website at www.forgetaways. com.

The Morris Eagles supports the Stevens County Fair.

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HAPPY TO HAVE HELPED WITH THE NEW EXTERIOR

(Above) 2015 Trip Winners Paul and Marlene Haugen. (Below) 2016 Destination: San Diego.


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GRANDSTAND EVENTS

TONIC SOL-FA Tuesday, August 9 - 7:30 p.m. Grandstand: $20 Tribuna: $20 Advance Tickets: $15 Venta Avanzada: $15 *Advanced tickets can be purchased at Willie’s SuperValu, Bank of the West, or John’s Total Entertainment

DACOTAH BANK STAMPEDE * JJ LEGACY RODEO Friday, August 14 - 7:30 p.m. Grandstand: Adults $10 - 12 and under: $5 Tribuna: Adultos $10 - Jóvenes $5 Pits: $10 - Fosos: $10

VALU FORD * ENDURO RACE Saturday, August 15 - 6:30 p.m. Grandstand: Adults $10 - 12 and under: $5 Tribuna: Adultos $10 - Jóvenes $5 Pits: $15 - Fosos: $15 AMERICAN WRESTLING FEDERATION Thursday, August 11 - 7 p.m. Grandstand: Adults $10 - 12 and under: $5 Tribuna: Adultos $10 - Jóvenes $5 Ringside: $15 - Primera Fila: $15

Rules and Registraon Forms are on our website: www.scfair.net

DEMO DERBY * BANK OF THE WEST Lawnmowers, Cars and Pickups Sunday, August 16 - 6 p.m. Grandstand: Adults $10 - 12 and under: $5 Tribuna: Adultos $10 - Jóvenes $5 Pits: $15 - Fosos: $15

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2016 Stevens County Fair Coloring Display | Bring your coloring page to the fair informaon booth for a special treat! Child’s Name Age


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CARGILL DONATES AEDS TO STEVENS COUNTY FAIR The Stevens County Fairboard recently received 2 Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDS) from Cargill, Inc., Alberta, MN. Justin Howe, fairboard member, applied for a grant through Cargill, Inc. and it was awarded. Shown receiving the AEDS are Justin Howe and Steve Storck. Representing Cargill, Inc. is Deb Grewe. Not pictured Jared Tyler, Manager, Cargill, Inc. The AEDs will be installed at the Stevens County Fairgrounds.

THANKS FOR BEING THE 2016 STEVENS COUNTY FAIR VETERINARIAN! (320) 842-5960 170 Hwy. 9 NW Benson, MN

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Daily Specials (All Day) as well Happy Hour (5pm-8pm) going on now and thru Fair Days at the Restaurant located on the 2nd Floor in the City Center Mall!

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NIGHT BANDSHELL SCHEDULE THURSDAY - 8 PM TO MIDNIGHT - STRANGE DAZE Strange Daze has gigged extensively throughout Minnesota and the Midwest. The quartet covers a broad array of modern pop— everything from Prince to Tom Petty to 3 Doors Down to Pearl Jam—electrifying club goers with top-notch versions of their favorite tunes while slowly integrating original music. Strange Daze is Eric Moudry (guitars/ vocals/primary songwriter), Scott Knudson (vocals/co-lyricist), Chad Armstrong (bass/ vocals), and Mike Berg (drums).

FRIDAY - 8 PM TO MIDNIGHT - SKEWED VIEW Skewed View plays your favorite danceable tunes from the 50’s through today. From classic rock, country rock and hits from the 80’s and 90’s, you will get a great mix of the music you want to hear. Dale Luginbill and Becky Sosso have been signing together for over 25 years, blending their powerful vocals over multiple genres of music; Steve Ibe and Richard Harder represent more than six decades of experience playing guitar; Jim White, adds lead and supporting vocals to the bass: Scott B. Clark holds it all together on the drums, which has been his passion for 35 years.

SATURDAY - 8 PM TO MIDNIGHT - THEM PESKY KIDS THEM PESKY KIDS brings you feel good arena rock in any setting from clubs to festivals. The “KIDS” bring years of rocking from the leading regional bands “Touched” and “Warp Drive” to the international touring act “Blackfoot”. Everything here is huge from vocals, guitars, bass and monster drums to high end stage production. A good time coming from “THEM PESKY KIDS” will keep your motor running all day! Them Pesky Kids consist of Mark Westlund on vocals and guitar; Mark Woerpel on vocals, guitar, and guitar synthesizer; Steve Soderstrom on drums; and Michael Simonds vocals and plays bass.


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Stevens County Fair Appreciaon Supper kids. The supper is served by the pork and beef producers, in addition to fairboard members and Morris Royalty. Other events are awarding the Century Farm award, Farm Family of the Year award, and Emerging Farm Leaders of the Year award. You will have a chance to win the grand prize, a trip to San Diego, California, which will be awarded the night of the Appreciation Supper. Amundson Peterson Inc

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and Unger Furniture will be adding additional prizes for the night’s drawings. For more information on the fair supper contact Judy Johnston at 320-287-1431. Follow up your evening with a trip to the grandstand to watch Tonic Sol-Fa at 7:30 pm for an added charge. Advanced tickets for that show are available at Willie’s Super Valu, John’s Total Entertainment, and Bank of the West.

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The Stevens County Fair Appreciation Supper is set for Tuesday, August 9 at 5 p.m. at the Lee Community Center. The supper is free with the purchase of the $7.00 fair button. The supper includes barbeque pork and roast beef sandwiches courtesy of the Stevens County Pork Producers and the West Central Cattlemen’s Association. Also included in the meal will be baked beans, ice cream sandwiches, chips, water, and hotdogs for the


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Stevens County Homemakers

The Stevens County Homemakers consist of 8 clubs with 79 members. The homemakers take turns meeting in members’ homes once a month, fall through spring. Some clubs meet during the summer. Each club sends one or two of their members to the lesson planning for each month. The lessons held in the last year were Resources for Our Aging Population, What Honey Bees Do for Us and How to Help Them, Gluten Free Cooking Recipes, Fair, Gardening, Child Car Seat Safety and Rag Quilts. The Stevens County Homemakers has a board called the Home Council. Each club has a counselor and a cocounselor. The counselor sits on the Home Council and the Home Council makes decisions for all the clubs. If the Counselor can’t attend a meeting, then the Co-counselor usually attends. The Home Council meets in November, April, and July. The counselor and co-counselor each are expected to join a committee. These committees are County Fair, Lesson Planning, and Recognition Banquet. Fair time is a fun time for

Homemakers and they have their own building on the fair grounds. Stevens County is the only county in the state where the Homemakers have their own building. Other counties share their building with other organizations. Each member of Homemakers is asked to exhibit at least one item in the fair and some members enter 30 or more items. The Stevens County Homemaker

clubs had total of 1073 entries in 2015. Members of the clubs help out at the fair in many ways such as entering exhibits, decorating the building, being judging assistants, and displaying items once they are judged. Fair time is something that the Homemakers look forward to every year!


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WIN A BIKE

Hey everybody – here is your chance to win a 20 inch bicycle for that special boy or girl in your life. When you buy advanced sale carnival ride tickets, remember to tear off and SAVE the entry stub at the bottom of your ride tickets. Not only is it a good value to buy ride tickets ahead of time but now you have a

chance to win a bicycle. Put your child’s name on the entry stub and take that entry stub to the Stevens County Fair office and put in either the boys or girls bucket. One winner from each bucket will be drawn on Sunday, August 14th, at 5 pm at the info booth. Sponsoring the bicycle give away is the Family Fun

Shows Carnival. Last year’s bike winners were Anna Luthi and Noah Van Hazen.

(Right) Olivia, is the sister of Noah Van Hazen (2015 boys bike winner), and (Left) The girls bike winner was Anna Luthi in 2015.


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Find the Fair Medallion Some lucky person could be the recipient of $100 in Morris Chamber Cash if they can find the Stevens County Fair Medallion that has been hidden somewhere on the fairgrounds. A clue is given out each day of the fair starting with Wednesday, August 10. The clues are posted at the Stevens County Lindsay Flogstad (Above) was Fair website (scfair. the winner for the Fair Medallion net), Facebook, posted hunt in 2015. in the glass case on the announced on KMRS/ Homemakers building KKOK Radio Station. at the fairgrounds, and

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TONIC SOL FA You have heard it correct, we just made the fair a day longer starting on Tuesday. Many things have brought on this change and this will move the Annual Community Fair Suppoer from Wednesday night to Tuesday August 9. That is the night we hope to find out who will win the trip for two to San Dieg, California this year. Making this change gives more time for setup for booths that only had hours to be setup in the past for the Lee Center Commerical Booths. With all the things going on during the fair help is always short and this will really help with setup. This year Tuesday night will also have a Great Grandstand Show. Many have asked and Tonic Sol Fa will return for a show at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 9. Advance

reduced price tickets are available at Willie’s SuperValu, John’s Total Entertainment, and Bank of the West.

OTHER LOCAL COUNTY FAIRS *Big Stone County Fair (Clinton): July 14 - 17, 2016 *Grant County Fair (Herman): July 21 - 24, 2016 *Pope County Fair (Glenwood): July 20 - 24, 2016 *Stearns County Fair (Sauk Centre): July 27 - 31, 2016

*Swi County Fair (Appleton): August 17 - 21, 2016 *Douglas County Fair (Alexandria): August 18 - 21, 2016 *Traverse County Fair (Wheaton): August 25 - 28, 2016 *Minnesota State Fair: August 25 - September 5, 2016


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Hola, Bienvenidos a la Feria del Condado de Stevens en Morris, Minnesota. Venga y disfrute de todas las actividades diversión y entretenimiento gratis que tenemos para ofrecer. No hay tarifa para aparca – hay que pagar para entrar en – un montón de Buena comida para disfrutar! Y el major carnival en toda CentroOeste de Minnesota! 09 9 al 14, 2016

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Carnival Rides at the Fair Family Fun Shows will be the featured Carnival for even more fun at the fair. Family Fun Shows is a Minnesota based Carnival that puts lots of effort to make this a fun event for you every year. They have been at the Stevens County Fair for many years and are about the only one out there that still stays with the one ticket per ride any age. When many oth-

er carnivals use the coupon system to make it look like the rides are cheaper, you find that it takes up to 5 coupons for rides, which makes the price very high. Family Fun Shows give you one ticket at a low set price and a great ride. It costs them about the same if rides run full or empty and you will only spend so much money so it only makes sense to give you what

you pay for and enjoy it at the same time. Like always we say your best and lowest cost for a ride is to buy the advance ride tickets. You can find them at any of the local banks and supermarkets in the area. They are on sale until mid-day on Thursday, August 11 when the Carnival starts.

THIS YEAR THE STEVENS COUNTY FAIR August 9 - 14, 2016

FAMILY FUN SHOWS Website: www.familyfunshow.com

THURSDAY, AUGUST 11 Carnival opens at 4 p.m. Wristbands from 6 - 10 p.m. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12 Carnival opens at 1 p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 Carnival opens at 1 p.m. SUNDAY, AUGUST 14 Carnival opens at 1 p.m.

Advanced sale ride tickets are 10 rides for $17 Available at Willie’s SuperValu, Area Banks, Meadowland Market, Unger’s, and HD & Co. Advanced sale ride tickets sold until 1 p.m., Thursday August 11 At the carnival ticket booth: Wristbands - $20 Family Pack Tickets - 20 tickets for $40 Single tickets - $2.50 **Only 1 ticket per ride needed

CONGRATULATES ALL STEVENS COUNTY 4-H Members, leaders, volunteers, parents and friends.

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE STEVENS COUNTY FAIR

Stevens County Fair Sponsors receiving Appreciation Plaques at the 2015 Fair Supper.

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STEVENS COUNTY FAIR RULES AND REGULATIONS: 1. The Stevens County Fair reserves the fi nal and absolute right to interpret these terms, rules, and regulations and arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions, and differences in regards thereto, or other- wise arising out of, connected with or incident to the Stevens County Fair. The Superintendents of their area shall be the final arbitrator of any disputes involving exhibitors and day to day activities. The Stevens County Executive Board backs the Superintendent 100 percent. 2. The Agricultural Society reserves the right to amend or add to these rules as in its judgment may deem advisable. 3. The Stevens County Agricultural Society wishes to promote a wholesome and educational event for the entire family. All exhibits and displays are subject to review by the Agricultural Society. Any items or material deemed as inappropriate for display must be removed by exhibitor upon request by fair officials. The following items are included in the above ban: Weapons (death stars, butterfly knives); Sexually explicit/pornographic material; and vulgar/profane materials. Exhibits and displays are meant to be enjoyed by all fairgoers. Please help us make the fair a pleasant experience for people of all ages. 4. NO DOGS OR OTHER PETS ALLOWED on the fairgrounds. These are exceptions: •Certified service animals or secured animals in training. •Dogs or other pets may be allowed when part of an exhibition or demonstration authorized by the Ag Society. •Carnival owner/operators, Camping – dogs must be housed during fair hours. 5. No unapproved sale or giveaway of livestock or other animals is allowed on the fairgrounds. 6. Vehicles, golf carts, 4-wheelers, gators and the like which are for the express use of fair personnel during fair time (week) are only to be driven by Stevens County Fair personnel designated to use such units. Underage members of fairboard members, families, are not permitted to operate these units. 7. Use of motorized vehicles on fairgrounds during fair week…limited only to golf carts, 4-wheelers, gators and

the like which are in use by the Stevens County Fairboard, EMS, or Security staff will be permitted during fair week. ALL OTHER PRIVATE UNITS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ON THE FAIRGROUNDS! Insurance coverage will NOT allow private units on the grounds. 8. Bicycles,skateboards, skates, hover boards will NOT be allowed on the Stevens County Fairgrounds during fair week. 9. For Informational Purposes Only: Accidents or injury reporting is required if you are injured at the Stevens County Fair. Please report to the Information Booth located on the midway across from the Grandstands entrance. 10. If anyone has issues or disagreements with how things are run in a building or on the Stevens County Fairgrounds over-all, the Stevens County Fairboard reserves the rights to ask said person(s) to leave or remove them from the fairgrounds. 11. Any person or group that conducts a protest action must limit its activity to 10 am to 7 pm in the location designated by the Stevens County Fair Board. The designated location is the southeast corner of the bunker, which is in the southern parking lot on fairground property. No entrances or exits can be obstructed or limited in any way. 12. Smoking and E-cigarettes are not allowed in any building or rides on the fairgrounds or within 50 feet of any building doorway. Designated smoking areas are posted where allowed.

STEVENS COUNTY FAIR 2016 OPEN CLASS EXHIBITS ENTRY TIMES Open Class Exhibit Building Wednesday, August 10: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Individuals with more than 20 exhibits must come before 2 p.m. on Wednesday OPEN CLASS EXHIBITS Rules and Regulations Pre-Registration: Pre-registration is encouraged, but not necessary to enter items in Open Class. If you have preregistered, we will have your lot tags and entry sheet ready for you when you arrive at the Open Class building. Changes may still be made to your

entry list once you have arrived, so do not be concerned if you are not able to bring an item or if you want to bring an additional item. You may pre-register on-line: info@scfair.net Cut off date/ time for pre-entry is Tuesday, August 9th at 6:00 pm. 13. Adult entries for premiums must be made by residents of Stevens County or adjoining counties only. Limit 200 entries per exhibitor.. 14. Exhibits must be grown, made or owned by the exhibitor. 15. One exhibit per person will be allowed in each lot and one exhibit cannot be entered to compete in more than one division or 4-H. 16. All exhibits except livestock must NOT have been previously exhibited at the Stevens County Fair. 17. Exhibits must be entered correctly, ticketed properly and ready to be judged when entered, in order to be judged and pre- miums awarded. The responsibility of determining the proper classification shall rest on the exhibitor. 18. The Agricultural Society will take every precaution for the preservation of the articles and stock on exhibition but will not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur in the delivery, exhibition or removal of exhibits. 19. Exhibits left after fair. Any person, corporation or club owning any property left on the grounds after the close of the Fair without having approval of the Fair Board to leave the same, shall forfeit the same to the Ag Society for disposal. AWARDS 1. The awards in open class entries will be designated by ribbons, stickers or cards as follows: 1st Premium, Blue; 2nd, Red; 3rd, White. 2. Grand Champion ribbons will be awarded to exhibits of exceptional merit. There will be no monetary prize connected with this ribbon. 3. Premiums will not be awarded unless the judge deems the exhibit worthy. 4. Any interference by exhibitors to influence or dictate the decision of the judges shall be sufficient cause for excluding his or her entry from competition and may have exhibition privileges revoked in future county fairs. RELEASE OF EXHIBITS 1. All exhibits must remain on exhibit until 8:30 p.m. Sunday, August 14 except

livestock will follow the established release times. There will be no exceptions to this rule. Premiums will be forfeited if articles are removed before 8:30 p.m. Sunday. 2. Exhibits will be released and premium checks awarded from 8:30-9:30 p.m. at the Open Class Exhibit Building on Sunday of the fair. CLAIMS Persons having claims against the Stevens County Agricultural Society must present them in writing to the secretary within fifteen days after the last day of the fair. H & H Veterinary Service has been accepted as official veterinarians for the fair. Exhibition of Livestock and Poultry in Minnesota—Summary of State Rule GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Livestock and poultry that exhibit symptoms of any infectious or communicable disease, including ringworm and warts, may not be exhibited. All animals must be examined by the official veterinarian on the day they are admitted to the exhibition and at least once daily during the exhibition. The Official Veterinarian may order the immediate removal to a quarantine facility or removal from the exhibition premises of any livestock with symptoms of infectious or communicable diseases. Animals placed in a quarantine facility must remain there until removed from the exhibition premises. They may not enter a show ring. This includes livestock with warts or ringworm. All testing must be conducted prior to the exhibition, and a record of the test results on a test chart or Intrastate Health Certificate must accompany the tested animals. Livestock and poultry entered in a petting exhibit are not exempt from the exhibition rules if the animals are from more than one farm or there are other animals at the exhibit. The official veterinarian may request and be permitted to test any animal appearing sick and has the right to test dead animals. Owners are responsible for removal cost of dead animals after released by the Fair Veterinarian. POULTRY Poultry, except waterfowl and pigeons,

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must be individually identified with a leg or wing band and accompanied by a form approved by the board to show compliance with one of the following: negative test for pullorum-typhoid disease conducted within 90 days prior to the opening date of the exhibition; originate directly from parent stock tested and found negative for pullorum-typhoid disease within the last 12 months. In addition, turkeys must be negative for Salmonella typhimurium, Mycoplasma gallisepticum, and Mycoplasma synoviae.

Health certificates must list the Minnesota Exhibition as consignee, and will be accepted if examination and tests are conducted within 90 days prior to the exhibition except swine pseudorabies test must be made within 30 days prior to the exhibition. The differential pseudorabies tests are not approved for exhibition. Requirements for horses and dogs are the same as for those originating from Minnesota.

SWINE Swine must be individually identified and must either: •Have had a negative official pseudorabies test conducted within 30 days prior to the opening date of the exhibition. •Originate directly from a qualified pseudorabies-negative herd. •Originate directly from a Stage IV or V county or area. All 50 states are currently pseudorabies Stage V, (Pseudorabies Free Status).

OPEN CLASS SUPERINTENDENTS Cattle: John Dosdall and Dennis Sleiter Sheet and Goats: Judy Johnston and John Dosdall 589-1062 Poultry, Pigeons, Rabbits: Fran Altrich 589-3049 Open Class Exhibit Buildings: Suzanne Smith 589-1906, Ruth Spohr 392-5417 Open Class TIPS FOR ENTRY:

YEAST BREADS: Enter 1/2 small loaf, wrapped in a see-through plastic baf with twister, or self-sealing plastic bag.

SHEEP & GOATS Official Identification Required: All sheep and goats for show or exhibition, including wethers, must be officially identified. Official Scrapie identification includes Scrapie ear tags or tattoos that have been approved and registered with the Minnesota Board of Animal Health. Exhibitors should identify.

SHEEP AND GOATS: Please make prior arrangements to entering to be sure there is a pen for your entry.

ROLLS: Enter 3 rolls on a 6” paper plate, wrapped in a see through plastic bag with twister or self-sealing plastic bag.

VEGETABLES: Judged on quality and uniformity rather than size. Vegetables are not to be washed, but should be polished with a clean cloth. Tops on root vegetables should not be cut completely off; leave about 1 1/2 inches. Trim roots. Stems are to be left on vegetable and fruit, except tomatoes. Leave a few outer leaves on cabbage.

QUICK BREADS: Enter 1/2 small loaf or 1/4 of regular sized loaf, wrapped in a see through plastic baf with twister or self-sealing plastic bag.

HORSES All horses must be negative to an official test for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) within 12 months prior to the opening date of the exhibition. A test is not required for suckling foals accompanying a negative dam. SLAUGHTER CLASSES All livestock and poultry entered in the class which are kept isolated in a separate building from all other livestock and poultry at the exhibition and which are slaughtered during or immediately fol lowing the exhibition do not need tests or individual identification. DOGS Dogs over 6 months of age must be accompanied by a current Certificate of Rabies Vaccination issued by a Licensed Veterinarian. Requirements for Livestock and Poultry Originating from States Other than Minnesota: Livestock and poultry originating from states other than Minnesota must meet the Minnesota Importation requirements in addition to the requirements outlined in this summary. •All imported animals must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection. •Ruminants originating from Michigan may not be imported into Minnesota for exhibition.

FLOWERS: •All plants and flowers must be grown by the exhibitor. •Specimen exhibits will be judged for quality of form, color, size, foliage, and condition. (No buds or excess foliage) •Specimen exhibits will be placed in white vases provided by the fair. No other container will be accepted or necessary. •Enter three blooms per specimen unless otherwise specified. •Arrangements will be judged for flower quality, design and suitability. The container wil be considered part of the exhibit. •Plants which are flowering plants must be shown in bloom. Specimens: FOR BEST DISPLAY •Cut early in the morning or afternoon. •Use sharp knife, cut of slant. •Place immediately in warm water. •Remove all foliage below waterline. •Let flowers stand in a cool dry place out of drafts for 12-14 hrs. •Stems with sticky sap should be singed on cut edge or sealed by placing lower end of stem in boiling water for 1-2 minutes. •Woody stems should be crushed to

increase water. CANNING: •Exhibits must be in standard pint, quart, or half pint jars, unless otherwise specified, with new lids and rings. •Jars must be manufactured for canning. •All foods must be processed according to the Extension Service of Minnesota. A boiling water bath is used for processing jam and jellies, fruit, tomatoes, and pickles, and a pressure canner must be used for low acid vegetables and meat. Your processing time must be written on lid or label. •Jams and jellies must be sealed using a 2-piece lid. Paraffi n seals are not allowed. •All jars must be marked with the current year on the lid to ensure against entry of same jar in the fair next year.

CAKES: Enter a 4” square piece of unfrosted cake, made from scratch, on a 6” paper plate, wrapped in a see through plastic bag with twister or self-sealing plastic bag. COOKIES: Enter 3 cookies on a 6” paper plate, wrapped in a see through plastic baf with twister or self-sealing plastic bag. BARS: Enter 2-2” squares on a 6” paper plate, wrapped in a see through plastic bag with twister or self-sealing plastic bag. DONUTS: Enter 3 on a 6” paper plate, wrapped in a see through plastic bag with twister or self-sealing plastic bag. PIES: Enter a wedge of pie (1/6th of pie) in a see through plastic bag with twister or self-sealing plastic bag. CANDY: Enter 3 pieces of candy on a 6” paper plate, wrapped in a see through plastic bag with twister or self-sealing plastic bag. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY: All photos must be matted or framed - 1 print per related subjects/class. Must be taken within the last year.

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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY: A professional photographer is someone who receives payments for their photos. All photos must be matted or framed - 1 print per related subject/class. Must be taken within the last year. ART READY FOR HANGING: Exhibits need to be ready to hang (framed and/or matted). Limited to 8x10 through 18x20 inch size. SEWING: •All garments must be entered on plain wire hanger. •Garments will be dated when entered, as articles exhibited in any previous year are not eligible. •Garments may have been worn before, but if so they must be laundered or cleaned before exhibiting. •If a Serger is used in any part of a garment the item must be entered in the Serger classes. JUNIOR CLOTHING: Must be entered by exhibitor under 16 years. CHILDREN’S EXHIBITS: •Entries must be made and exhibited by the child •Exhibits must be entered by the child unless cleared with superintendent before entry day. •Food must be on a 6” paper plate, wrapped in a see through plastic bag with twister or self-sealing plastic bag. •All models and lego sculptures must be entered on a tray, cookie sheet, or low cardboard box. Lego sculptures will be judged on originality. •All pictures should be drawn on a 8.5” x 11” paper. •All 5 photos should be placed on a 14” x 22” tag board. •Flowers - enter 3 blooms per specimens. Check specimen guidelines for flowers for exhibit suggestions. SENIORS: Senior is considered anyone over 65 years of age. A - CHILDREN 155-Crafts and Foods 5 and Under 01 - Picture, free hand, crayon, animals 02 - Picture, free hand, crayon, plants 03 - Picture, free hand, crayon, family 04 - Picture, free hand, marker, animal 05 - Picture, free hand, marker, plants 06 - Picture, free hand, marker, family 07 - Picture, paint, flowers 08 - Picture, paint, houses 09 - Picture, colored pencil 10 - Foam art 11 - Sculpture, playdough -1 inch-6 inch 12 - Any other painted picture 13 - Tissue paper craft 14 - No bake cookies (3) 15 - Baked Entry 16 - Party mix, 1/2 cup in baggy

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17 - Lego, small 18 - Lego, large 19 - Garden Vegetable, 6 small or 1 lg 20 - Flowers, 3 small or 1 lg 21 - Any other craft 22 - Any other food 156-Crafts Ages 6-8 01 - Bead Craft 02 - Computer card, 4 1/4 inch x 5 1/2 inch 03 - Computer Card 5x7 04 - Computer invitation 4 1/4 inch x 5 1/2 inch 05 - 5x7 photo, enlargement 06 - Poster, 11x14, animals 07 - Poster 11x14, safety 08 - Poster 11x14, plants 09 - Poster 11x14, fair theme 10 - Best dressed doll 11 - Best dressed Barbie 12 - Tie die article 13 - Painted t-shirt 14 - Plaster Craft 15 - Wooden project 16 - Mobile 17 - Models-car 18 - Models-plane 19 - Scrapbook 20 - Favorite collection (rocks, shells, stamps, etc) 21 - Wood Carvings, or chipping 22 - Christmas ornament 23 - Seed Craft 24 - Picture, free hand, pencil, pen 25 - Picture, free hand, colored pencil 26 - Picture, free hand, marker 27 - Picture, free hand, crayon 28 - Picture paint by number 29 - Picture, Any other 30 - Picture, water color 31 - Rock art 32 - Sand art item 33 - Melted crayon art 34 - LEGOS- from Kit 35 - Painted craft 36 - Embroidered article 37 - Dish towel, painted or embroidered 38 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, vacation 39 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, family 40 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, friend 41 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, farming 42 - LEGO, display board, no larger than 18x24 43 - Lego building 44 - Lego animal 45 - Lego car/truck 46 - Lego airplane 47 - Lego Boat/Ship 48 - Any other Lego 49 - Yarn Craft 50 - Origami item 51 - Cross stitch article 52 - Any other craft -small 53 - Any other craft- large 157-Flowers Ages 6-8 01 - Marigolds (3) 02 - Zinnias (3) 03 - Petunias (3)

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04 - Sunflower (1 stem) 05 - Potted houseplant 158-Foods Ages 6-8 01 - Chocolate chip cookies (3) 02 - Drop sugar cookies (3) 03 - Peanut Butter cookies (3) 04 - Cake, white, 4 inch square 05 - Cake, Chocolate, 4 inch square 06 - Brownies, 3 unfrosted 07 - Yeast Bread, 1/4 loaf 08 - Cupcakes, 3 unfrosted 09 - Any other 10 - Quick bread, 1/2 loaf 11 - Muffins (3) 159-Vegetables Ages 6-8 01 - Pepper (3) 02 - Carrots (3) 03 - Pumpkins (1) 04 - Tomatoes (3) 05 - Cabbage (1 head) 06 - Beets, table (3) 07 - Squash (1) 08 - Gourds (1) 09 - Broccoli (1 head) 10 - Indian Corn (3) 11 - Potatoes (10) 12 - Onions (3) 13 - Cucumbers (3) 14 - Beans (6) 160-Crafts Ages 9-11 01 - Computer card, 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 02 - Computer card, 5x7 03 - Computer invitation 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 04 - Computer invitation 5x7 05 - Poster, 11x14, animal 06 - Poster, 11x14, safety 07 - Poster, 11x14, plants 08 - Poster, 11x14, depicting Stevens County Fair 09 - Scrapbook 10 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, animals 11 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, vacation 12 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, family 13 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, friends 14 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, landscape 15 - Photography, enlargement, 5x7 16 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, farming 17 - Photography, Architecture theme 18 - Quilt 19 - Pillow 20 - Dish Towel, painted, or embroidered 21 - Assortment of 6 handmade doll clothes 22 - Wood carving or chipping 23 - Wood burning 24 - Weaving 25 - Leather craft 26 - Class project rocket 27 - String art 28 - Candles 29 - Tie Dye article 30 - Latch hook article 31 - Knit article 32 - Stamped cross stitch 33 - Counted cross stitch article

34 - Crochet article 35 - Apron 36 - Potholders 37 - Embroidered article 38 - Bird feeder 39 - Bird house 40 - Other wooden article 41 - Picture, free hand pencil, pen 42 - Picture, free hand colored pencil 43 - Picture, acrylic 44 - Picture, oil 45 - Picture, water color 46 - Picture, paint by number 47 - Rock collection, 24 in egg carton, identified 48 - Bug collection, 15 identified 49 - Stamp collection 50 - Other favorite collection 51 - Jewelry 52 - Mobile 53 - Sand art 54 - Melted crayon art 55 - Needlepoint article 56 - Lego Boat 57 - Legos - from kit 58 - Legos, display board no larger than 18x24, no kit 59 - Legos building, no kit 60 - Legos animal, no kit 61 - Legos car/truck, no kit 62 - Legos airplane, no kit 63 - Models-car 64 - Models-plane 65 - Models-boat or ship 66 - Soft sculpture 67 - Painted t-shirt, clothing item 68 - Computer generated art 69 - Origami item 70 - Ceramic 71 - Plaster Craft 72 - Yarn Craft 73 - Any other small 74 - Any other Large 161-Flowers Ages 9-11 01 - Marigolds (3) 02 - Zinnias (3) 03 - Petunias (3) 04 - Sunflower (1 stem) 05 - Potted houseplant 162-Foods Ages 9-11 01 - Chocolate chip cookies (3) 02 - Sugar cookies (3) 03 - Ginger Snaps (3) 04 - Quick Bread, 1/2 small loaf 05 - Bread Machine, white bread, 1/4 loaf 06 - Muffins (3) 07 - Brownies (3) 08 - Peanut Butter Cookies (3) 09 - Cake, White, 4 inch square 10 - Cake, Chocolate, 4 inch square 11 - Popcorn balls (3) 163-Vegetables Ages 9-11 01 - Pepper (3) 02 - Carrots (3) 03 - Pumpkins (1) 04 - Tomatoes (3) 05 - Cabbage (1 head) 06 - Beets, table (3) 07 - Squash (1) 08 - Gourds (1) 09 - Broccoli (1 head)

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10 - Indian Corn (3) 11 - Potatoes (10) 12 - Onions (3) 13 - Cucumbers (3) 14 - Beans (6) 164-Crafts Ages 12-14 01 - Computer card, 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 02 - Computer card, 5x7 03 - Computer invitation 4 1/4x 5 1/2 04 - Bird feeder 05 - Computer invitation 5x7 06 - Poster, 11x14, animal 07 - Poster, 11x14, safety 08 - Poster, 11x14, plants 09 - Poster, 11x14, depicting Stevens County Fair 10 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, animals 11 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, vacation 12 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, family 13 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, friends 14 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, landscape 15 - Photography, enlargement, 5x7 16 - Photography, 5 photos on tag board, farming 17 - Photography, Architecture theme 18 - Quilt 19 - Pillow 20 - Dish Towel, painted, or embroidered 21 - Assortment of 6 handmade doll clothes 22 - Wood carving or chipping 23 - Wood burning 24 - Weaving 25 - Leather craft 26 - Ceramic 27 - String art 28 - Candles 29 - Tie Dye article 30 - Latch hook article 31 - Knit article 32 - Stamped Cross Stitch 33 - Counted cross stitch article 34 - Crochet article 35 - Apron 36 - Potholders 37 - Embroidered article 38 - Needlepoint article 39 - Bird house 40 - Other wooden article 41 - Picture, free hand pencil, pen 42 - Picture, free hand colored pencil 43 - Picture, acrylic 44 - Picture, oil 45 - Picture, water color 46 - Picture, paint by number 47 - Scrapbook 48 - Rock collection, 24 in egg carton, identified 49 - Bug collection, 15 identified 50 - Stamp collection 51 - Other favorite collection 52 - Jewelry 53 - Mobile 54 - Sand art 55 - Melted crayon art 56 - Lego Boat/Ship

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SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016 164 Cras Ages 12-14 connued

57 - Legos - from kit 58 - Legos, display board no larger than 18x24, no kit 59 - Legos building, no kit 60 - Legos animal, no kit 61 - Legos car/truck, no kit 62 - Legos airplane, no kit 63 - Models-car 64 - Models-plane 65 - Models-boat or ship 66 - Soft sculpture 67 - Painted t-shirt, clothing item 68 - Computer generated art 69 - Origami item 70 - Bead Craft 71 - Metal Craft 72 - Plaster craft 73 - Christmas Ornament 74 - Seed Craft 75 - Stuffed toy, handmade by child 76 - Paper Mache 77 - Sculpture 78 - Yarn Craft 79 - Any other craft- large 80 - Any other craft -small 165-Flowers Ages 12-14 01 - Marigolds (3) 02 - Zinnias (3) 03 - Petunias (3) 04 - Sunflower (1 stem) 05 - Potted houseplant 166-Foods Ages 12-14 01 - Chocolate chip cookies (3) 02 - Sugar cookies (3) 03 - Ginger Snaps (3) 04 - Quick Bread, 1/2 small loaf 05 - Bread Machine, white bread, 1/4 loaf 06 - Muffins (3) 07 - Brownies (3) 08 - Peanut Butter Cookies (3) 09 - Cake, White, 4 inch square 10 - Cake, Chocolate, 4 inch square 11 - Any other bar (3) 12 - Yeast Bread, 1/4 loaf 167-Vegetables Ages 12-14 01 - Pepper (3) 02 - Carrots (3) 03 - Pumpkins (1) 04 - Tomatoes (3) 05 - Cabbage (1 head) 06 - Beets, table (3) 07 - Squash (1) 08 - Gourds (1) 09 - Broccoli (1 head) 10 - Indian Corn (3) 11 - Potatoes (10) 12 - Onions (3) 13 - Cucumbers (3) 14 - Beans (6) B - EXCEPTIONAL INDIVIDUALS 450-Persons with Developmental Disabilities 01 - Picture, free hand, crayon 02 - Picture, free hand, marker 03 - Picture, free hand, paint 04 - Picture, paint by number 05 - Refrigerator Magnet 06 - Embroidery item 07 - Plastic Canvas project 08 - Wooden craft

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09 - Yarn Craft 10 - Scrapbook 11 - Paper project: greeting card/bookmark, etc 12 - Fresh cut flowers, 3 blooms 13 - Potted indoor plant 14 - Baked goods (3) 15 - Garden vegetables, any (3) 16 - Christmas decoration 17 - Knit Item 18 - Crocket Item 19 - Any Other C - PHOTOGRAPHY 101-Amateur Photography 01 - Black & White, 5X7, Family 02 - Black & White, 8X10, Landscape 03 - Digital photo collage, 8X10 or smaller 04 - Digital photo collage, Larger than 8X10 05 - Digital photo, any effect 06 - Digital photo, sepia 07 - Digital photo, Architectural Theme 08 - Digital Photo Book, ie. Shutterfly 09 - Cell Phone Photo 10 - My Pet, 8X10 11 - Color 5X7, People 12 - Color 5X7, Space (comets/stars/planets) 13 - Color 5X7, Sports 14 - Color 5X7, Animals/Birds/Wildlife 15 - Color 5X7, Weather 16 - Color 5X7, Seasons 17 - Color 5X7, Holidays 18 - Color 5X7, Antiques/Collectibles 19 - Color 5X7, Agriculture 20 - Color 5X7, Night Time 21 - Color 5X7, Water Scenes 22 - Color 5X7, Sunrise/Sunset 23 - Any Other Photo 102-Professional Photography 01 - Color 8X10, People 02 - Color 8X10, Space (Comets/Stars/Planet) 05 - Color 8X10, Sports 06 - Color 8X10, Animals/Birds/Wildlife 07 - Color 8X10, Weather 08 - Color 8X10, Seasons 09 - Color 8X10, Holidays 10 - Color 8X10, Antiques/Collectibles 11 - Color 8X10, Agriculture 12 - Color 8X10, Night Time 13 - Color 8X10, Water Scenes 14 - Color 8X10, Sunrise/Sunset 15 - 11X14 Family Portrait 16 - Any Other Photo D - ART READY FOR HANGING 105-Crayons,Sharpies,or Chalk 01 - Melted Crayon Art 02 - Still Life 03 - Misc. 04 - Portrait 05 - Figure 06 - Landscape 07 - Animals 08 - Religious 09 - Water Scenes 10 - Carnival or fair 11 - Birds 12 - Flowers or plants 106-Oil or Acrylic 01 - Portrait 02 - Figure 03 - Landscape

04 - Still Life 05 - Animals 06 - Water Scenes 07 - Religious 08 - Mini 09 - Flower 10 - Birds 11 - Wooden Items 12 - Metal Items 13 - Saw Blades 14 - Misc., any other 107-Other pictures - Art ready to hang 01 - Computer generated Art 02 - Calligraphy 03 - Any other medium 108-Pencil, Pen, or Charcoal 01 - Portrait 02 - Figure 03 - Landscape 04 - Still Life 05 - Animals 06 - Water Scenes 07 - Religious 08 - Flower or Plant 09 - Birds 10 - Misc., any other 109-Water Color 01 - Portrait 02 - Figure 03 - Landscape 04 - Still Life 05 - Animals 06 - Water Scenes 07 - Religious 08 - Flower or Plant 09 - Birds 10 - Misc., any other E - CRAFTS 170-Ceramics 01 - Under glazed 02 - Glazed 03 - Overgrazed (luster, decals, etc) 04 - Opaque stain 05 - Translucent stain 06 - China or porcelain 07 - Stoneware 08 - Free form 09 - Any other 171-Furniture 01 - Reproduction, replicas 02 - Lamp 03 - Table 04 - Cedar Chest 05 - Chest 06 - Record or stereo Cabinet 07 - Night stand 08 - Book case 09 - Gun rack or cabinet 10 - Clock, small 11 - Clock, large 12 - Hutch or buffet 13 - Desk 14 - Any other large item 15 - Refi nished chair, large 16 - Refi nished chair, small 17 - Refi nished lamp 18 - Refinished table, large 19 - Refi nished table, small 20 - Any other refi nished item

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21 - End table 22 - Coffee table 23 - Dresser 24 - Bed set (head board, foot board, frame) 172-Holiday Novelties 01 - Table cloth 02 - Tree Skirt 03 - Apron 04 - Stocking 05 - Corsage, dried or artificial 06 - Candle 07 - Wreath 08 - Wall hanging 09 - Picture 10 - Center piece, artificial material 11 - Cards, original, enter 4 12 - Card holder 13 - Toy 14 - Tree ornaments, enter 2 15 - Table runner 16 - Placemat, enter 2 17 - Decorated sweatshirt or t-shirt 18 - Miniature painted pumpkins 19 - Painted wood item 20 - Any other holiday item 173-Lathe Work 01 - Bowls 02 - Plates 03 - Candle holders 04 - Lamp 05 - Cup/mug 06 - Any other 174-Misc. Crafts 01 - Leather Craft 02 - Metal Craft 03 - Decorated greeting card 04 - Computer-generated greeting card 05 - Photo greeting card 06 - Any other card 07 - Soft stuffed dolls 08 - China-headed dolls 09 - Hankie dolls 10 - Any other dolls 11 - Doll craft 12 - Basket weaving 13 - Bead craft 14 - Ukrainian egg 15 - Bread dough craft 16 - Calligraphy 17 - Lapidary item 18 - Creative thrift article 19 - Felt craft 20 - Homemade soap 21 - Jewelry craft 22 - Padded craft, albums, frames, etc. 23 - Pine cone craft 24 - Seed/Weed craft 25 - Plastic Canvas item 26 - Potholders, other than knit or crochet 27 - Stenciling 28 - Refrigerator ornaments 29 - Sand painting (Landscape) 30 - Shell Craft 31 - Soft sculpture 32 - Glass etching 33 - Stained glass crafts 34 - String art 35 - Stuffed animal or toy, 8 inch and under 36 - Stuffed animal or toy, over 8 inch

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37 - Tule painting, small item 38 - Tule painting, large item 39 - Painted toy 40 - Painted wood item 41 - Hand painted plate, bowel, or tray 42 - Capital Christmas ornament 43-Stamped card, with embossing 44 - Stamped card, decorated 45 - Macramé 46 - Scrapbook, small 8 1/2x11 child 47 - Scrapbook, small 8 1/2x11 family 48 - Scrapbook, small 8 1/2x11 special occasion 49 - Scrapbook, larger than 8 1/2 x 11, child 50 - Scrapbook, larger than 8 1/2 x 11, family 51 - Scrapbook, larger than 8 1/2 x 11, special occasion 52 - Decorated sweatshirt or t-shirt 53 - Favorite Collection 54 - Picture frame 55 - Fretwork 56 - Bird feeder 57 - Bird House 58 - Bread board 59 - Wooden box 60 - Shadow box 61 - Knife holder 62 - Shelf 63 - Wooden toy 64 - Doll house 65 - Item made from recycled material 66 - Any other small 67 - Any other large 68 - Filled theme basket

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F - FABRIC ART 204-Textile Painting 01 - Tablecloth 02 - Placemats (enter2) 03 - Pillowcase (enter 2) 04 - Dish towels (enter 2) 05 - Pillow 06 - Sweatshirt or T-Shirt 07 - Any other 205-Tatting 01 - Doily large 6 inch or over 02 - Doily small under 6 inches 03 - Edging for pillowcase, table cloth or Handkerchief 04 - Bookmark 05 - Angel Dolls 06 - Ornaments 07 - Any other item 206-Crewel Embroidery 01 - Picture 02 - Purse 03 - Wall hanging 04 - Pillow 05 - Any other 207-Cross Stitch 01 - Tablecloth 02 - Pillow 03 - Placemats, enter 2 04 - Pillowcases, enter 2 05 - Dish towels, enter 2 06 - Wall hanging 07 - Any other

175-Outdoor Furniture 01 - Benches 02 - Chair 03 - Table 04 - Trellis 05 - Any other

208-Embroidery 01 - Table runner 02 - Pillow 03 - Placemats, enter 2 04 - Pillowcases, enter 2 05 - Dish towels, enter 2 06 - Machine 07 - Any other

176-Pottery 01 - Slab bowl 02 - Wheel thrown bowl 03 - Coil bowl 04 - Vase 05 - Ashtray 06 - Cup 07 - Statue 08 - Any other

209-Applique 01 - Table cloth 02 - Placemats (enter 2) 03 - Pillow 04 - Dishtowel, (enter2) 05 - Wall hanging 06 - Any other

177-Rosemaling 01 - Small plate 02 - Large plate 03 - Large Bowl 04 - Plaque 05 - Cutting board 06 - Any other small 07 - Any other large 178-Woodworking 01 - Carving, replicas 02 - Figurine 03 - Small chest, chip carving 04 - Walking stick, cane 05 - Dishes and bowels 06 - Jigsaw item 07 - Scroll saw item 08 - Carving misc. 09 - Wood burning 10 - Misc.

210-Knitting 01 - Dress or suit 02 - Ladies cardigan 03 - Ladies pullover 04 - Men’s cardigan 05 - Men’s pullover 06 - Child’s cardigan 07 - Child’s pullover 08 - Afghan/bedspread 09 - Stole or shawl 10 - Scarf 11 - Mittens, plain 12 - Mittens, patterned 13 - Slippers 14 - Hat or cap 15 - Gloves 16 - Baby bonnet 17 - Booties 18 - Infant sweater 19 - Baby Afghan 20 - Poncho

21 - Coat 22 - Sock, Plain 23 - Sock, patterned 24 - Center piece, 12 inch or over 25 - Doily, under 12 inches 26 - Pillow 27 - Potholders, 2 and practical 28 - Vest 29 - Machine knitted item 30 - Knitting with fleece 31 - Purse 32 - Any other 33 - Dish cloth 34 - Hand spun Yarn-knitting 211-Any Item Misc. Fabric Techniques 01 - Chenille 02 - Trapunto 03 - Machine embroidery, free motion 04 - Machine Applique 05 - Modified decorated sweatshirt 06 - Weaving 212-Needlepoint 01 - Picture 02 - Purse 03 - Wall hanging 04 - Chair cover 05 - Pillow 06 - Any other 213-Counted Cross Stitch 01 - Tablecloth 02 - Runner 03 - Doily 04 - Clothing 05 - Framed piece, (Under 12 inch square) 06 - Framed Piece (over 12 inch square) 07 - Wall hanging 08 - Pillow 09 - Framed in a loop 10 - Any other 214-Crochet 01 - Afghan - hairpin lace 02 - Afghan- afghan stitch 03 - Afghan - broomstick 04 - Afghan - baby 05 - Afghan - granny square 06 - Ripple Afghan 07 - Afghan - any other 08 - Vest 09 - Slippers 10 - Purse 11 - Scarf 12 - Hat or cap 13 - Booties 14 - Dish cloth 15 - Luncheon - crochet trim 16 - Pillow case - Crochet trim 17 - Doily- 18 inches or over 18 - Doily - 12 inch to 18 inch 19 - Doily- under 12 inches 20 - Table cloth - under 2 yards 21 - Table cloth - 2 yards and over 22 - Pillow 23 - Bedspread 24 - Sweater- adults 25 - Sweater- children’s 26 - Stole or shawl 27 - Potholders -2 and practical 28 - Potholders - 2 decorative 29 - Mittens or gloves 30 - Baby article

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31 - Dress 32 - Basket 33 - Any other 215-Hardanger 01 - Tablecloth 02 - Runner/placemat 03 - Doily 04 - Clothing 05 - Framed pieces 06 - Wall hanging 07 - Any other 216-Other Needlework 01 - Brazilian embroidery - Normally floral, bright colors on pillow or frames 02 – Lace net darning- weaving with white thread to create pattern 03 - Ribbon Embroidery - same as Brazilian only with ribbon 04 - Klollestreng - Norwegian/Swedish stitch 05 - Hutch weaving- one color and white on towel 06 - Cut work- bands of white work with towel 07 - Black work - one color or multipatterns to create pattern, done in backstitch, may use muti pattern to fill leaves or flowers or could be a sample stitch 08 - Candle wicking normally ecru knots to create pattern 09 - Any other needlework technique G - OTHER FABRIC 220-Fabric Fleece 01 - Quilt/Blanket 02 - Clothing 03 - Scarf 04 - Pillow 05 - Any other 221-Quilting 01 - Pieced cotton, hand quilted 02 - Pieced cotton, machine quilted 03 - Pieced cotton, tied 04 - Pieced other fabrics, hand quilted 05 - Pieced other fabrics, machine quilted 06 - Pieced other fabrics, tied 07 - Cross stitch, hand quilted 08 - Cross stitch, machine quilted 09 - Stenciling, hand quilted 10 - Stenciling, machine quilted 11 - Applique, hand quilted 12 - Applique, machine quilted 13 - Embroidered, hand quilted 14 - Embroidered, machine quilted 15 - Textile painted, hand quilted 16 - Textile painted, machine quilted 17 - Child’s quilt, any technique 18 - Combination of techniques, hand quilted 19 - Combination of techniques, machine 20 - Wall hanging 21 - Household item 22 - Flannel Quilt 23 - Table runner, hand quilted 24 - Table runner, machine quilted 25 - Any other quilted item 222-Rugs 01 - Braided, cotton

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02 - Woven, cotton 03 - Hooked, synthetic 04 - Hooked, cotton 05 - Crochet, wool 06 - Crochet, cotton 07 - Crochet, synthetic 08 - Any other H - SEWING 230-Junior Clothing (under 16 years old) 01 - Dress 02 - Top 03 - Skirt or culottes 04 - Pants 05 - Sweat suit 06 - Jumpsuit 07 - Jacket, blazer or coat 08 - Shorts 09 - Zubas/leggings 10 - Doll Clothes 11 - Any other 231-Junior Serger 01 - Dress 02 - Top 03 - Skirt or culottes 04 - Pants 05 - Sweat suit 06 - Jumpsuit 07 - Jacket, blazer or coat 08 - Shorts 09 - Zubas/leggings 10 - Doll Clothes 11 - Any other 232-Other Sewing 01 - Baptismal Gown 02 - Infant sleeper 03 - Layette 04 - Baby Bibs (enter 2) 05 - Bib/Burp cloth set 06 - Infant and toddler dress or suit 07 - Children’s dress 08 - Children’s top 09 - Children’s skirt or pants skirt 10 - Children’s suit or pantsuit (2 piece) 11 - Children’s slacks 12 - Children’s jumper 13 - Children’s shorts 14 - Children’s jacket or coat 15 - Children’s sportswear or ensemble (at least 2 piece) 16 - Children’s blouse or shirt 17 - Children’s pajamas 18 - Children’s nightgown 19 - Children’s robe 20 - Children’s swimsuit 21 - Children’s t-shirt/sweatshirt 22 - Swimsuit 23 - Women’s shorts 24 - Women’s jacket or coat 25 - Women’s blazer 26 - Women’s suit or pantsuit, wool or wool like 27 - Women’s suit or pantsuit, other fabric 28 - Women’s dress, wool or wool like 29 - Women’s dress, cotton, synthetic or blend 30 - Women’s jumper 31 - Women’s t-shirt/sweatshirt 32 - Women’s sundress 33 - Women’s skirt any material 34 - Women’s slacks any material

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35-Women’ssportswear ensemble, at least 2 pieces 36 - Women’s blouse 37 - Women’s lingerie, 3 piece 38 - Women’s peignoir set 39 - Women’s nightgown 40 - Women’s pajamas 41 - Women’s robe 42 - Men’s jacket or coat 43 - Men’s sport coat or suit coat 44 - Men’s shirt 45 - Men’s knit t-shirt or sweatshirt 46 - Men’s jogging suit 47 - Men’s slacks 48 - Men’s shorts 49 - Men’s Slacks 50 - Men’s shorts 51 - Men’s pajamas 52 - Men’s robe 53 - Sewn home accessory 54 - Snowmobile or snowsuit 55 - Formal or long dress, girl’s or Women’s 56 - Misc accessories (purse, belts, hats, etc) 57 - Apron 58 - Costume 59 - Doll Clothes 60 - Any other small item 61 - Any Other Large Item 233-Serger 01 - Baptismal Gown 02 - Infant sleeper 03 - Layette 04 - Baby Bibs (enter 2) 05 - Bib/Burp cloth set 06 - Infant and toddler dress or suit 07 - Children’s dress 08 - Children’s top 09 - Children’s skirt or pants skirt 10 - Children’s suit or pantsuit (2 piece) 11 - Children’s slacks 12 - Children’s jumper 13 - Children’s shorts 14 - Children’s jacket or coat 15 - Children’s sportswear or ensemble (at least 2 piece) 16 - Children’s blouse or shirt 17 - Children’s pajamas 18 - Children’s nightgown 19 - Children’s robe 20 - Children’s swimsuit 21 - Children’s t-shirt/sweatshirt 22 - Swimsuit 23 - Women’s shorts 24 - Women’s jacket or coat 25 - Women’s blazer 26 - Women’s suit or pantsuit, wool or wool like 27 - Women’s suit or pantsuit, other fabric 28 - Women’s dress, wool or wool like 29 - Women’s dress, cotton, synthetic or blend 30 - Women’s jumper 31 - Women’s t-shirt/sweatshirt 32 - Women’s sundress 33 - Women’s skirt any material 34 - Women’s slacks any material 35-Women’ssportswear ensemble, at least 2 pieces 36 - Women’s blouse 37 - Women’s lingerie, 3 piece 38 - Women’s peignoir set 39 - Women’s nightgown 40 - Women’s pajamas

41 - Women’s robe 42 - Men’s jacket or coat 43 - Men’s sport coat or suit coat 44 - Men’s shirt 45 - Men’s knit t-shirt or sweatshirt 46 - Men’s jogging suit 47 - Men’s slacks 48 - Men’s shorts 51 - Men’s pajamas 52 - Men’s robe 53 - Sewn home accessory 54 - Snowmobile or snowsuit 55 - Formal or long dress, girls or Women’s 56 - Misc. accessories (purse, belts, hats, etc) 57 - Apron 58 - Costume 59 - Doll Clothes 60 - Any other I - SENIORS 225-Seniors 01 - Bedspread 02 - Quilt, patchwork 03 - Quilt, embroidered 04 - Quilt, appliques 05 - Quilt, pieced, tied 06 - Quilt, pieced, machine quilted 07 - Rug, braided 08 - Rug, woven 09 - Rug, crocheted 10 - Afghan, knitted 11 - Afghan, crocheted 12 - Sweater, knitted 13 - Stole or shawl, knitted 14 - Stole or shawl, crocheted 15 - Slippers, knitted 16 - Slippers, crocheted 17 - Mittens, knitted 18 - Scarf, crocheted or knitted 19 - Purse, any method 20 - Potholders, useful, 2 21 - Home made fishing lure 22 - Stained glass 23 - Christmas ornament 24 - Lawn ornament 25 - Bird House 26 - Bird Feeder 27 - Painting on Glass 28 - Painting on Metal 29 - Painting on Wood 30 - Pillowcases, Embroidered 31 - Lunch Cloth, Embroidered 32 - Dish Towels, Embroidered, Set of 3 33 - Shopping Bag 34 - Wall hanging or Picture 35 - Leather Craft 36 - Metal Craft 37 - Book Case 38 - Gun Rack or Cabinet 39 - Clock, Small 40 - Clock, Large 41 - Hutch or Buffet 42 - Desk 43 - Any Other Large Item 44 - Refinished Chair, Large 45 - Refinished Chair, Small 46 - Refi nished Lamp 47 - Refinished Table, Large 48 - Refinished Table, Small 49 - Large Craft Items, anything 18 in. or over 50 - Small Craft Items 51 - Large Items of Needlework, 18inch

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and over 52 - Small Items of Needlework 53 - Any other small item 54 - Any Other Large Item J - BAKING 115-Baking with Honey 01 - Quick bread 1/2 small loaf or 1/4 regular loaf 02 - Muffins (2) 03 - Cake 4 inch square 04 - Cookies (3) 05 - Bars, 3-2 inch squares 116-Bars 01 - Brownies, unfrosted 02 - Cereal 03 - Coconut 04 - Date 05 - Fruit 06 - Raisin 07 - Pumpkin 08 - Zucchini 09 - Lemon 10 - Oatmeal 11 - Chocolate Chip 12 - Any other 117-Bread Machine 01 - White bread, 1/4 loaf 02 - Dark Bread, 1/4 loaf 03 - Sweet rolls (3) 118-Cakes 01 - Bundt 02 - Angel, tube 3 inch wedge 03 - Angel loaf, 1/4 cake 04 - Chocolate Angel tube 3 inch wedge 05 - Chocolate Angel loaf 1/4 cake 06 - Chocolate 07 - Zucchini 08 - Jelly Roll 09 - Carrot 10 - Spice 11 - Sponge, 1/4 cake 12 - White 13 - Yellow 14 - Banana 15 - Decorated Birthday Cake, Whole cake (judged on decoration) 16 - Decorated Cake, Fair theme 17 - Any other decorated theme cake 18 - Cupcake, chocolate, 2 cupcakes 19 - Cupcake, Spice, 2 cupcakes 20 - Cupcake, white, 2 cupcakes 21 - Decorated cupcakes, 2 cupcakes (Judged on decoration) 22 - Any other 119-Candy 01 - Bonbon 02 - Hard candy 03 - Divinity 04 - Fudge 05 - Peanut Brittle 06 - Penuche 07 - Molded 08 - Caramels 09 - Caramel Corn 10 - Any other

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120-Cookies 01 - Cereal cookie 02 - Chocolate chip 03 - Chocolate drop 04 - Date filled 05 - Ginger cream 06 - Ginger, snap 07 - Macaroon 08 - Molasses 09 - Oatmeal 10 - Peanut cookie 11 - Peanut butter 12 - Raisin 13 - Spritz 14 - White sugar, rolled 15 - White sugar, dropped 16 - Refrigerator 17 - Decorated cookie 18 - M & M cookie 19 - Any other 20 - Unbaked cookie 21 - Oatmeal chocolate chip cookie 22 - Oatmeal raisin cookie 23 - Diabetic cookie (include recipe) 121-Donuts 01 - Cake 02 - Raised 03 - Bismarck 04 - Any other 122-Gluten Free Foods 01 - Cookies (3) 02 - Cake, 4 inch square 03 - Muffins (2) 04 - Quick breads, 1/2 loaf 05 - Yeast Breads, 1/2 loaf 06 - Pie, wedge, 1/6 of pie 123-Muffins 01 - Baking powder biscuits 02 - Bran 03 - Corn 04 - Plain 05 - Blueberry 06 - Banana 07 - Poppy seed 08 - Carrot 09 - Any other fruit 10 - Any other 124-Nationality Foods 01 - Berlin Kranzer 02 - Danish Pastry 03 - Fattigmand, 3 04 - Flat Bread, 3 pieces 05 - Krum Kake, 3 06 - Lefsa, 3 pieces 07 - Rosettes, 3 08 - Sandbakkels, 3 09 - Strudel 10 - Any other 125-Pies 01 - Apple 02 - Blueberry 03 - Cherry 04 - Peach 05 - Rhubarb 06 - Pecan 07 - Any other 126-Quick Breads 01 - Apple

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02 - Banana 03 - Bran 04 - Corn bread 05 - Date 06 - Carrot 07 - Fruit 08 - Lemon 09 - Nut 10 - Oatmeal 11 - Rhubarb 12 - Pumpkin 13 - Raisin 14 - Zucchini 15 - Poppy Seed 16 - Bread, fancy, such as tea rings 17 - Any other 127-Rolls 01 - Caramel 02 - Cinnamon 03 - Shaped dinner roll (cloverleaf, parker house, crescents, etc 04 - Dark bun 05 - Light bun 06 - Croissant 07 - Any other 128-Yeast Breads 01 - White 02 - Whole wheat 03 - Cracked wheat 04 - Rye 05 - Raisin 06 - Any other yeast bread K - FRUIT 195-Apples 01 - Oriole 02 - Beacon 03 - State Fair 04 - Sweet 16 05 - Haralson 06 - Minjon 07 - Wealthy 08 - Connell Red 09 - Red Baron 10 - Regent 11 - Keepsake 12 - Hazon 13 - Honey Gold 14 - Haralred 15 - Any other variety 196-Apricots 01 - Moongold 02 - Sungold 03 - Any other variety of merit 197-Cherries 01 - Nanking 02 - Any other variety of merit 198-Cherry Plums 01 - Compass 02 - Opata 03 - Sapa 04 - Sepalta 05 - Any other variety of merit 199-Crabs 01 - Chestnut 02 - Dolgo 03 - Whitney 04 - Any other Variety

200-Grapes 01 - Green 02 - Red 03 - Any other variety of merit 201-Pears 01 - Bantam 02 - Golden Spice 03 - Parker 04 - Any other variety 202-Plums 01 - LA Crescent 02 - Underwood 03 - Pipestone 04 - Red Glow 05 - Superior 06 - Any other Variety 203-Small fruits and nuts 01 - Strawberry any variety, 1/2 pint 02 - Raspberries, 1/2 pint 03 - Black Berries, 1/2 pint 04 - Gooseberries, 1/2 pint 05 - Mulberries, 1/2 pint 06 - Currants, 1/2 pint 07 - Chokecherries, 1/2 pint 08 - Walnuts, 8 specimens 09 - Kiwi, 3 specimens 10 - Any other edible nut, 1/2 pint 11 - Any other edible fruit, 1/2 pint L - VEGETABLES 235-Vegetable 01 - Kidney Beans, 6 02 - Green Beans, string, any variety, 6 03 - Yellow Wax Beans, 6 04 - Lima Beans, green pod, 6 05 - Lima Beans, dried, 1 pint 06 - Navy Bean, dried, 1 pint 07 - Pinto Bean, dried, 1 pint 08 - Beets, for table use, 3 09 - Largest beet, by weight, 1 10 - Broccoli, 1 primary head 11 - Brussel Sprouts, 1 stalk 12 - Cabbage, flat heads, 1 13 - Largest cabbage, by weight, 1 14 - Cabbage, round heads, 1 15 - Cabbage, red, 1 16 - Carrots, half long, 3 17 - Carrots, long, 3 18 - Cauliflower, any variety, 1, 3� head or larger 19 - Cucumbers, for slicing, 3 20 - Cucumbers, for pickling, 6 21 - Egg Plant, any variety, 1 22 - Ground Cherries, 1 pint shelled 23 - Kohlrabi, 3 24 - Kale, 1 25 - Onions, Red, 3 26 - Onions, White, 3 27 - Onions, Yellow, 3 28 - Onions, for pickling, 3 29 - Miniature Pumpkin, 3 30 - Lumina Pumpkin, White, 1 31 - Parsnips, 3 32 - Peppers, yellow, 3 33 - Peppers, banana type, 3 34 - Peppers, green sweet, 3 35 - Peppers, any hot pepper, 3 36 - Field Pumpkins, 1 37 - Pie Pumpkin, 1 38 - Largest Pumpkin, by weight, 1 39 - Radishes, 8

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40 - Rhubarb, 3 stalks 41 - Rutabagas, any variety, 3 42 - Salsify, tops removed, 6 43 - Okra, 3 44 - Squash, Buttercup, 1 45 - Squash, Zucchini, 1 46 - Squash, Acorn, 1 47 - Squash, Butternut, 1 48 - Squash, summer, any variety, 1 49 - Squash, winter, any variety, 1 50 - Largest squash, by weight, 1 51 - Peas, 10 52 - Swiss Chard, 1 plant 53 - Gourds, 3 specimens 54 - Tomatoes, red ripe, 6 55 - Tomatoes, yellow ripe, 6 56 - Tomatoes, pear, 6 57 - Tomatoes, cherry, 6 58 - Roma tomatoes, 6 59 - Grape tomatoes, 6 60 - Largest tomato, by weight, 1 61 - Turnips, any variety, 3 62 - Muskmelon, 1 63 - Watermelon, 1 64 - Watermelon, by weight, 1 65 - Celery, one plant, no roots 66 - Most unusual or unique shaped vegetable, 1 67 - Any other variety of merit, named and labeled 236-Garden Special 01 - 8 varieties of vegetables, 1 spec. each if large; 2 if medium; 6 if small 237-Herbs 01 - Basil, 3 stems 02 - Dill, 3 stems 03 - Garlic, 3 clovers 04 - Mint, 3 stems 05 - Oregano, 3 stems 06 - Parsley, 3 stems 07 - Sage, 3 stems 08 - Thyme, 3 stems 09 - Rosemary, 3 stems 10 - Tarragon, 3 stems 11 - Any other variety of merit, labeled, 3 stems 238-Potato 01 - Pontiac (10) 02 - Russet (10) 03 - Norland (10) 04 - Anoka (10) 05 - Kennebec (10) 06 - Yukon Gold (10) 07 - Any other Red (10) 08 - Any other White (10) 09 - Largest potato by weight M - CANNING 135-Conserve,Preserves, Marmalade or Butter 01 - Apricot 02 - Cherry 03 - Grape 04 - Peach 05 - Pear 06 - Pineapple 07 - Raspberry 08 - Rhubarb 09 - Strawberry

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SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016 135 Conserve, Preserve, Marmalade or Buer connued 10 - Tomato 11 - Apple Butter 12 - Plum Butter 13 - Honey 14 - Any Other

136-Dried Foods - 1/2 cup 01 - Dried Fruits 02 - Dried Vegetables 03 - Dried Meat Jerky, 5 strips 04 - Fruit Leather, 5 strips 05 - Dried Herbs 06 - Any other dried seeds, 07 - Vegetable Leather, 5 pieces 137-Fruit 01 - Apples, sauce 02 - Apples for pies 03 - Apples, crab 04 - Apricot 05 - Blueberries 06 - Blackberries 07 - Bing Cherries 08 - Cranberries 09 - Fruit for salad 10 - Peaches 11 - Pears 12 - Plums, imported 13 - Plums, home grown 14 - Raspberries 15 - Rhubarb 16 - Strawberries 17 - Grape Juice 18 - Any other fruit 138-Homemade Wines/Beer 01 - Apple 02 - Berry, named 03 - Dandelion 04 - Grape, named 05 - Rhubarb 06 - Any other, named 07 - Homemade Beer 139-Jam 01 - Apple 02 - Apricot 03 - Cherry 04 - Currant 05 - Gooseberry 06 - Grape 07 - Peach 08 - Pear 09 - Plum 10 - Raspberry 11 - Strawberry 12 - Crab Apple 13 - Any other 140-Jelly 01 - Apple 02 - Chokecherry 03 - Currant 04 - Gooseberry 05 - Grape 06 - Mint 07 - Plum 08 - Cherry 09 - Strawberry 10 - Crab Apple 11 - Any other

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141-Meat 01 - Beef 02 - Chicken 03 - Meatballs 04 - Pork 05 - Fish 06 - Minced meat 07 - Any other 142-Pickles 01 - Asparagus 02 - Peppers 03 - Apple, Crab 04 - Bean, sweet 05 - Beet 06 - Bread and Butter 07 - Cucumber, sweet, chunk 08 - Cucumber, sweet, whole 09 - Cucumber, sweet, sliced 10 - Dill, sliced 11 - Dill, whole 12 - Dill, Kosher 13 - Onion, small, whole 14 - Tomato, green 15 - Watermelon 16 - Zucchini 17 - Any Other 18 - Yellow or Green beans 143-Relishes 01 - Beet 02 - Ketchup 03 - Chili Sauce 04 - Chow Chow 05 - Corn 06 - Cucumber 07 - End of the garden 08 - Piccalilli (green tomato) 09 - Uncooked 10 - Any other 144-Vegetables-Canning 01 - Spaghetti Sauce 02 - Asparagus 03 - Beet, small whole 04 - Carrots 05 - Corn, Whole kernel 06 - Corn Cream style 07 - Cabbage 08 - Cauliflower 09 - Mixed vegetables for soup 10 - Pumpkin, for pies 11 - Peas 12 - Peppers 13 - Potatoes 14 - Tomatoes, Stewed 15 - Tomatoes, red 16 - Tomatoes, yellow 17 - Tomato soup 18 - Tomato salsa 19 - Sauerkraut 20 - Tomato juice 21 - Green Beans 22 - Yellow wax beans 23 - Any other N - FLOWERS 180-Arrangements 01 - Gladiolus 02 - Dinner table 03 - Mini, not exceed 6 inches tall 04 - Wild flower 05 - Arrangement with 6 or less flowers 06 - Mixed bouquet

07 - All Green 08 - Holiday 09 - Kitchen (container to be kitchen container) 10 - Dried 11 - Driftwood 12 - Silk Flower 13 - Basket arrangement using a single variety 14 - Dahlia 15 - Subtle Shades, 1 color predominating 16 - Wall swag, dried plant material 17 - Wall swag, silk flowers 18 - Wreath, dried 19 - Wreath, silk 20 - Roses 21 - Tea for two (teapot or cup) 22 - Fair fun with flowers 23 - For the birds (birdhouse) 24 - Theme arrangement (wedding, baby shower, etc) 181-Flowers 01 - Aster 02 - Bachelor Button (Annual) 03 - Balsam, 1 stem 04 - Begonia, tuberous, 1 bloom 05 - Bells of Ireland, 1 stem 06 - Calendula 07 - Carnation 08 - Coreopsis 09 - Cosmos 10 - Celosia, plume type 11 - Celosia, comb -1 stem (some foliage acceptable) 12 - Chrysanthemum, small (2 inch or less) 13 - Chrysanthemum, medium (2 inch to 5 inch) 14 - Chrysanthemum, large - 1 stem (5 inch or over) 15 - Cone Flowers 16 - Dahlia, large - 6 inch and over, 1 stem 17 - Dahlia, medium - 3 inch to 6 inch, 1 stem 18 - Dahlia, small - 1 inch to 3 inch 19 - Dahlia, from seed 20 - Argyranthemum 21 - Osteospermum 22 - Sedum - 1 stem 23 - Vinca 24 - Hosta, large, 1 leaf over 5 inch in width 25 - Hosta, 3 leaves 3-5 inches 26 - Hosta, small, 3 leaves under 3 inch 27 - Daisy, Gloriosa type 28 - Daisy, Shasta 29 - Dianthus 30 - Delphinium, 1 stem 31 - Everlasting flower 32 - Gaillardia 33 - Gladiolus, white or cream, 1 stem 34 - Gladiolus, yellow or buff, 1 stem 35 - Gladiolus, orange or salmon, 1 stem 36 - Gladiolus, pink or rose, 1 stem 37 - Gladiolus, red or scarlet, 1 stem 38 - Gladiolus, lavender, violet or purple, 1 stem 39 - Gladiolus, smoky, 1 stem 40 - Gladiolus, green, 1 stem 41 - Gladiolus, any other color, 1 stem 42 - Gerbera Daisy 43 - Rudbeckig 44 - Lupine 45 - Sidalcca (Prairie Mallow) 1 stem

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46 - Calla Lily, 1 stem 47 - Gazania 48 - Golden Glow 49 - Hydrangea, 1 stem 50 - Larkspur, 3 stems 51 - Lily, not Day Lily, 1 stem 52 - Lisanthus, 3 stems 53 - Marigold, small, yellow under 2 inch diameter 54 - Marigold, small, orange under 2 inch diameter 55 - Marigold, small, rust and orange, under 2 inch diameter 56 - Marigold, large, yellow - over 2 inch in diameter 57 - Marigold, large, orange - over 2 inch in diameter 58 - Marigold, single petal 59 - Pansy 60 - Petunia, single 61 - Petunia, double 62 - Phlox, 1 stem 63 - King Tuft 64 - Baby Tuft 65 - Cannas 66 - Lavender, 1 stem 67 - Rose, white, 1 stem 68 - Rose, yellow, 1 stem 69 - Rose, red, 1 stem 70 - Rose Purple, 1 stem 71 - Rose, pink, 1 stem 72 - Rose, any other color, 1 stem 73 - Rose, flora bunda 74 - Shrub Rose, any color 75 - Salpiglossis 76 - Salvia, red, 3 stems 77 - Salvia, blue, 3 stems 78 - Salvia, any other color, 3 stems 79 - Scabiosa 80 - Snapdragon, 3 stems 81 - Statice, annual, 3 stems 82 - Sweet pea (annual) 83 - Sweet pea (perennial) 84 - Verbena 85 - Wild flower, 3 stems of 1 variety 86 - Zinnia, small - 2 inch diameter or less, all same color 87 - Zinnia, medium - 2 inch to 3 inch, all same color 88 - Zinnia, large, 3 inch or larger, all same color 89 - Liatris 90 - Any other dried flower 91 - Any other annual 92 - Any other perennial 93 - Any other small 94 - Any other large 182-Potted Plants 01 - African Violet, single 02 - African Violet, double 03 - Begonia, tuberous 04 - Begonia, fibrous 05 - Fern 06 - Gloxinia 07 - Hybiscus 08 - Ivy 09 - Philodendron 10 - Potted plant, blooming 11 - Green potted plant 12 - Cactus 13 - Dish Garden

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14 - Terrarium 15 - Coleus 16 - Hanging Fuchsia 17 - Hanging Wave Petunia 18 - Hanging Begonia 19 - Hanging Ivy Geranium 20 - Hanging plant, any other 21 - Succulents 22 - Small fruit plant 23 - Unusual Container with plant 24 - Any other potted plant 25 - Bonsai 26 - Fairy Garden 27 - Any other P - CATTLE 600-Herford 01 - Bull, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 02 - Bull, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 03 - Bull, calved May 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2015 04 - Bull, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 05 - Baby bull, calved after May 1, 2016 06 - Cow, calved prior to April 30, 2014 07 - Cow, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 08 - Heifer, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 09 - Heifer, calved May 1, 2015. to Aug. 31, 2015 10 - Heifer, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 11 - Herd, 4 head, 1 bull from lots 1-2-3-4, 3 females 12 - Get of Sire, 4 head, both sexes, represented, own 13 - Pair of yearlings, bull & heifer, owned by exhibit 14 - Pair of calves, bull & heifer, owned by exhibitor 15 - Jr. Champion, bull from lots 4-5 - ribbon 16 - Sr. Champion, bull - ribbon 17 - Grand Champion bull - ribbon 18 - Jr. Champion heifer from lots 9-10 - ribbon 19 - Sr. Champion females from lots 6, 7, 8 - ribbon 20 - Grand Champion female - ribbon 601-Aberdeen Angus 01 - Bull, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 02 - Bull, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 03 - Bull, calved May 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2015 04 - Bull, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 05 - Baby bull, calved after May 1, 2016 06 - Cow, calved prior to April 30, 2014 07 - Cow, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 08 - Heifer, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 09 - Heifer, calved May 1, 2015. to Aug. 31, 2015 10 - Heifer, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 11 - Herd, 4 head, 1 bull from lots 1-2-3-4, 3 females 12 - Get of Sire, 4 head, both sexes, represented, own 13 - Pair of yearlings, bull & heifer, owned by exhibit 14 - Pair of calves, bull & heifer, owned by exhibitor 15 - Jr. Champion, bull from lots 4-5 ribbon 16 - Sr. Champion, bull - ribbon 17 - Grand Champion bull - ribbon

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18 - Jr. Champion heifer from lots 9-10 - ribbon 19 - Sr. Champion females from lots 6, 7, 8 - ribbon 20 - Grand Champion female – ribbon 602-Beef Shorthorn 01 - Bull, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 02 - Bull, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 03 - Bull, calved May 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2015 04 - Bull, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 05 - Baby bull, calved after May 1, 2016 06 - Cow, calved prior to April 30, 2014 07 - Cow, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 08 - Heifer, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 09 - Heifer, calved May 1, 2015. to Aug. 31, 2015 10 - Heifer, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 11 - Herd, 4 head, 1 bull from lots 1-2-3-4, 3 females 12 - Get of Sire, 4 head, both sexes, represented, own 13 - Pair of yearlings, bull & heifer, owned by exhibit 14 - Pair of calves, bull & heifer, owned by exhibitor 15 - Jr. Champion, bull from lots 4-5 ribbon 16 - Sr. Champion, bull - ribbon 17 - Grand Champion bull - ribbon 18 - Jr. Champion heifer from lots 9-10 - ribbon 19 - Sr. Champion females from lots 6, 7, 8 - ribbon 20 - Grand Champion female – ribbon 603-Poled Herford 01 - Bull, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 02 - Bull, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 03 - Bull, calved May 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2015 04 - Bull, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 05 - Baby bull, calved after May 1, 2016 06 - Cow, calved prior to April 30, 2014 07 - Cow, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 08 - Heifer, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 09 - Heifer, calved May 1, 2015. To Aug. 31, 2015 10 - Heifer, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 11 - Herd, 4 head, 1 bull from lots 1-2-3-4, 3 females 12 - Get of Sire, 4 head, both sexes, represented, own 13 - Pair of yearlings, bull & heifer, owned by exhibit 14 - Pair of calves, bull & heifer, owned by exhibitor 15 - Jr. Champion, bull from lots 4-5 ribbon 16 - Sr. Champion, bull - ribbon 17 - Grand Champion bull - ribbon 18 - Jr. Champion heifer from lots 9-10 - ribbon 19 - Sr. Champion females from lots 6, 7, 8 - ribbon 20 - Grand Champion female – ribbon 604-Charolais 01 - Bull, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 02 - Bull, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 03 - Bull, calved May 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2015

04 - Bull, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 05 - Baby bull, calved after May 1, 2016 06 - Cow, calved prior to April 30, 2014 07 - Cow, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 08 - Heifer, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 09 - Heifer, calved May 1, 2015. to Aug. 31, 2015 10 - Heifer, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 11 - Herd, 4 head, 1 bull from lots 1-2-3-4, 3 females 12 - Get of Sire, 4 head, both sexes, represented, own 13 - Pair of yearlings, bull & heifer, owned by exhibit 14 - Pair of calves, bull & heifer, owned by exhibitor 15 - Jr. Champion, bull from lots 4-5 ribbon 16 - Sr. Champion, bull - ribbon 17 - Grand Champion bull - ribbon 18 - Jr. Champion heifer from lots 9-10 - ribbon 19 - Sr. Champion females from lots 6, 7, 8 - ribbon 20 - Grand Champion female – ribbon 605-Limousin 01 - Bull, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 02 - Bull, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 03 - Bull, calved May 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2015 04 - Bull, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 05 - Baby bull, calved after May 1, 2016 06 - Cow, calved prior to April 30, 2014 07 - Cow, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 08 - Heifer, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 09 - Heifer, calved May 1, 2015. to Aug. 31, 2015 10 - Heifer, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 11 - Herd, 4 head, 1 bull from lots 1-2-3-4, 3 females 12 - Get of Sire, 4 head, both sexes, represented, own 13 - Pair of yearlings, bull & heifer, owned by exhibit 14 - Pair of calves, bull & heifer, owned by exhibitor 15 - Jr. Champion, bull from lots 4-5 ribbon 16 - Sr. Champion, bull - ribbon 17 - Grand Champion bull - ribbon 18 - Jr. Champion heifer from lots 9-10 - ribbon 19 - Sr. Champion females from lots 6, 7, 8 - ribbon 20 - Grand Champion female – ribbon 606-Any other Registered Breed 01 - Bull, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 02 - Bull, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 03 - Bull, calved May 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2015 04 - Bull, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016 05 - Baby bull, calved after May 1, 2016 06 - Cow, calved prior to April 30, 2014 07 - Cow, calved May 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014 08 - Heifer, calved Jan. 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015 09 - Heifer, calved May 1, 2015. to Aug. 31, 2015 10 - Heifer, calved Sept. 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016

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11 - Herd, 4 head, 1 bull from lots 1-2-3-4, 3 females 12 - Get of Sire, 4 head, both sexes, represented, own 13 - Pair of yearlings, bull & heifer, owned by exhibit 14 - Pair of calves, bull & heifer, owned by exhibitor 15 - Jr. Champion, bull from lots 4-5 ribbon 16 - Sr. Champion, bull - ribbon 17 - Grand Champion bull - ribbon 18 - Jr. Champion heifer from lots 9-10 - ribbon 19 - Sr. Champion females from lots 6, 7, 8 - ribbon 20 - Grand Champion female – ribbon Q - STANDARD SIZE CHICKENS 611-Asatics 01 - Brahmas 02 - Cochins 03 - Langshans 04 - Other 612-English 01 - Australorps 02 - Cornish 03 - DorKings 04 - Orpingtons 05 - Redcaps 06 - Sussex 07 - Other 613-Mediterranean 01 - Anconas 02 - Andalusians 03 - Catalanas 04 - Leghorns 05 - Minorcas 06 - Sicilian Buttercups 07 - Spanish 08 - Other Class 5 – Continental 614-Continental 01 - Campines 02 - Crevecoeurs 03 - Fauerolles 04 - Hamburgs 05 - Houdans 06 - LaFleche 07 - Lakenvelders 08 - Polish 09 - Other Class 6 – Games 615-Games 01 - Modern 02 - Old English 03 - Other Class 7 – Oriental 616-Oriental 01 - Aseels 02 - Cubalayas 03 - Malays 04 - Phoenix 05 - Shamos 06 - Sumatras 07 - Other 617 - Misc. Standard Chickens 01 - Ameraucanas 02 - Araucanas

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03 - Frizzles 04 - Naked Necks 05 - Sultans 06 - Other R - BANTAM CHICKENS 620-Games -Bantams 01 - Modern 02 - Old English 03 - Other 621-Single comb, Clean Legged 01 - Anconas 02 - Andalusians 03 - Australorps 04 - Campines 05 - Catalanas 06 - Delawares 07 - DorKings 08 - Frizzles 09 - Hollands 10 - Japanese 11 - Javas 12 - Jersey Giants 13 - Lakenvelders 14 - Lamonas 15 - Leghorns 16 - Minorcas 17 - Naked Necks 18 - New Hampshires 19 - Orpingtons 20 - Phoenix 21 - Plymouth Rocks 22 - Rhode Island Reds 23 - Spanish 24 - Sussex 25 - Other 622-Rose Comb, Clean Legged 01 - Anconas 02 - Antwerp Belgians 03 - Dominiques 04 - Dorkings 05 - Hamburgs 06 - Minorcas 07 - Red Caps 08 - Rhode Island Reds 09 - Rosecombs 10 - Sebrights 11 - Wyandottes 12 - Other 623-All other combs, clean legged 01 - Ameraucanas 02 - Araucanas 03 - Buckeyes 04 - Chanteclers 05 - Cornish 06 - Crevecoeurs 07 - Cubalayas 08 - Houdans 09 - LaFleche 10 - Malays 11 - Polish 12 - Shamos 13 - Sicilian Buttercups 14 - Sumatras 15 - Yokohamas 16 - Other 624-Feather legged 01 - Booted 02 - Brahmas

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03 - Cochins 04 - Faverolles 05 - Frizzles 06 - Langshans 07 - Silkies 08 - Sultans 09 - Other S - DUCKS 625-Heavy Weight -D 01 - Aylesbury 02 - Muscovy 03 - Pekin 04 - Rouen 05 - Other 626-Medium Weight D 01 - Buff 02 - Cayuga 03 - Crested 04 - Swedish 05 - Other 627-Light Weight -D 01 - Campbell 02 - Magpie 03 - Runner 04 - Other 628-Bantam -D 01 - Call 02 - East Indies 03 - Mallard 04 - Other T - GEESE 630-Heavy Weight -G 01 - African 02 - Embden 03 - Toulouse 04 - Other 01 - American Buff 02 - Pilgrim 03 - Saddleback Pomeranian 04 - Sebastopol 05 - Other 632-Light Weight - G 01 - Canada 02 - Chinese 03 - Egyptian 04 - Tufted Roman 05 - Other U - TURKEYS 635-Turkeys 01 - Beltsville Small White 02 - Black 03 - Bourbon Red 04 - Bronze 05 - Narrangansett 06 - Royal Palm 07 - Slate 08 - White Holland 09 - Other V - PIGEONS 640-Sport and Performing 01 - Homers 02 - Rollers 03 - Other 641-Utility 01 - Carneau

02 - Kings 03 - Mondains 04 - Other W - RABBITS 645-Rabbit 01 - One purebred junior buck under 6 mo. Old 02 - One purebred junior doe under 6 mo. old 03 - One purebred intermediate buck 6-8 months old 04 - One purebred intermediate doe 6-8 mo. Old 05 - One purebred senior buck over 8 mo. old 06 - One purebred senior doe over 8 mo. old X - FARM CROPS 650-Corn Crops - Last year 01 - Three ears, any variety, Yellow Dent 02 - Three ears, popcorn 03 - Three ears, sweet corn 04 - One quart corn (shelled) 05 - Indian corn, 3 ears 01 - Three ears, any variety, Yellow Dent 02 - Three ears, popcorn 03 - Three ears, sweet corn (leave husks on) 04 - Three large ears, Indian corn 05 - Three small ears, Indian corn 652-Grain and Field Seeds 01 - Hard Red Spring wheat 02 - Wheat, other than hard 03 - Oats, white, any variety 04 - Sporting or Performing 05 - Oats, yellow, any variety 06 - Barley, any variety 07 - Rye, any variety 08 - Flax, any variety 09 - Buckwheat, any variety 10 - Sorghum, any variety 11 - Soybean, any variety 12 - Millet, any variety 13 - Alfalfa, any variety 14 - Timothy 15 - Sweet Clover, any variety 16 - Red Clover, any variety 17 - Popcorn, any variety (2013 crop) 18 - Sunflowers, oil 19 - Sunflowers, confection 20 - Field Peas 21 - Navy Beans 22 - Any other grain or field seed 653-Other Crops - Last year 01 - Millet, any foxtail variety 02 - Soybeans, any variety 03 - Clover, Sweet, any variety 04 - Alfalfa, any variety 05 - Timothy, any variety 06 - Sudan Grass 07 - Reed Canary Grass 08 - Red Top 09 - Bromus Grass 10 - Forage, dried, not less than 6 varieties correctly named and labeled. 11 - Wheat 12 - Oats 13 - Barley 14 - Rye 15 - Flax 16 - Tallest corn stalks (bundle of 3)

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17 - Buckwheat 18 - Sunflowers, oil (1 head) 19-Sunflowers, confection (1 head) 20 - Any other crop of merit named and labeled Y - SHEEP AND GOATS 615-Shropshire 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2 03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age 10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire) 12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months 616-Hampshire 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2 03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age 10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire) 12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months 617-Southdown 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2 03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age 10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire)

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12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months 618-Columbia 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2 03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age 10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire) 12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months 619-Coriedale 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2

03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age 10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire) 12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months 620-Suffolk 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2 03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age 10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire) 12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015

16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months 621-Dorset 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2 03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age 10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire) 12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months 622-Montadale 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2 03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age

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10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire) 12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months 623-Any other breed 01 - Ram, 2 years old or older 02 - Ram, 1 year old and under 2 03 - Sr. Ram, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 04 - Jr. Ram, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 05 - Ewe, 2 years old or over 06 - Ewe. 1 year old and under 2 07 - Sr. Ewe, Lamb born before Jan 1, 2015 08 - Jr. Ewe, Lamb born after Jan 1, 2015 09 - Young flock consisting of 1 ram, 2 ewes any age 10 - Best pair of Breeding Ewes, any age 11 - Ger of Ram, 3 sheep any age, (same sire) 12 - Produce of Ewe, 3 sheep any age (same Ewe) 13 - Champion Ram any age - Ribbon 14 - Champion Ewe any age - Ribbon 15 - Market class - Ewe or weather lamb, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 16 - Market class - 2 Ewes or weather lambs, grade or purebred, dropped after Jan 1, 2015 17 - Goats, over 18 months 18 - Kids, under 18 months

STEVENS COUNTY FAIR OPEN CLASS 2016

WINTER STORAGE

The buildings on the Stevens County Fairgrounds are available for winter storage for boats, cars, campers and motorcycles from October through April. If you would like more information about storage at the fairgrounds‌‌..Contact the fair office at 320-589-1062.


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Advanced registraon by August 9 will shorten your wait on Entry Day! GENERAL OPEN CLASS EXHIBITS - Entry Day is Wednesday, August 10 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ONLY

Open Class Entry Form

Use seperate entry form for each Exhibitor Pre-register online at www.scfairnet, Cut-off date for Pre-entry is August 9 at 6 p.m.

Name_____________________________________Age_____________Phone Number_________________ Address_____________________________________City____________________Zip Code_____________ Office Use

Department

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Open Class Winners of 2015 Some of the open class winners from 2015 are Taryn Paul, Amanda Hill, Rosa Kill, Daniel Kooseman, Virene Luthi, Lynn Harlan, Shirley Libbon, and Judy Lubenow. Above is a photo from the 2015 vegetable display.

Woolridge Construction, Inc. New Construction & Remodeling License #0033391

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ABOUT MITCH GOUDY AND DIANA UPTON-HILL MITCH GOUDY Born and raised in rural Bloomfield, Iowa, Mitch Goudy faced a personal crisis early in his life when a knee injury permanently limited his ability to play sports. To help him get through this difficult transition, his father bought him a guitar, put it in his hands and said, “Let’s see what you can do.” That moment changed Goudy’s life. Inspired by a wide range of artists that included Garth Brooks, Eric Church, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger and James Taylor, he honed his performing skills to the point that he could release a debut single, “Blow These Speakers Out,” (written by Goudy and Justin Hill) in the fall of 2013. Since then, Goudy has filled his calendar with performance dates, shared stages with Rodney Atkins, Joe Nichols and The Oak Ridge Boys, and released another single, “Ain’t My Fault” (Goudy, Hill and Diana Upton-Hill). His first album, Rowdie, produced by Goudy and Hill, will release in October on Third Floor Records. Just 19 years old, Goudy expressed something close to wonder in the days leading up to his first CMA Music

Festival in 2014: “I cannot wait! I grew up reading and seeing the artists that take part in this festival and now I’m going to be one of them! I’m ready to meet every Country fan, sign autographs in my own booth and just take it all in.” DIANA UPTON-HILL Diana Upton-Hill is a nationally recognized recording and touring artist. At the age of 3, Diana began singing with her dad’s band and performing solos for school and church concerts. Now a versatile performer, she has become a national talent; active in the regional country/folk music scene, performing on television, joining symphony orchestras as featured soloist, and even starring in live theatre productions. Her favorite roles include: Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella in Into the Woods and Ellen in Miss Saigon. She has numerous recordings to her credit and regularly finds herself contributing to commercial jingles and voice-overs. You may have even seen her on tour this past year with rising Country star, Mitch Goudy, with whom she’s written several songs and for whom she regularly provides background vocals.

Keeping you close to home

Starbuck Clinic 501 Poler St. Starbuck, MN (320)239-3939

Stevens Community Medical Center Hospital and Clinic Services 400 E. 1st St. Morris (320)589-1313 or (800)993-7262 Clinic Appts - (320)589-7600

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Look for Diana’s latest single, “Do Love Well” - available now on iTunes, which was produced by the incomparable, award-winning, and all around nice guy Bryan White. Come and see Mitch and Diana at the Stevens County Fair on Thursday at 6 pm and Friday at 6 p.m. on Stage 3 – by the old schoolhouse.


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Info Booth at the Fair When you are at the fair stop at the Information Booth which is located between the Grandstand and the 4-H Exhibit Building. The Information Booth is a great stop to find out what is going on at the fair. The booth is manned by fairboard members and volunteers during the fair. The Red Booth made its first appearance at the fair last year and is sponsored by the Morris Coop. You may have seen the booth on the move at local parades or at Morris Coop Events. The booth also offers much more besides information or lost and found. You can purchase fair souvenir items like T-shirts and jackets plus tickets for events. You might even get that chance to receive a freebie of the day at the booth. Stop with the kids and say Hi as they may might be able to pick up a free coloring book when available.

Free covers lots of things at the Fair We talk about free at the fair but there are so many things that are Free we cannot even come close to listing them all. Much of

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what you see for Free at the Stevens County Fair you pay to see at other fairs. First we are a Free Gate – Free Parking Fair. What does this mean? If you have been here before you already know we do not charge to park your car or come onto the grounds. That means no entry fee to come onto the grounds and check things out. Throughout the fair there are many things that go on during the day that you will see for free. They’re great shows and acts! Some you may have seen at the MN State Fair. This year check out the Medicine Shows which are old time acts from the 1800s. They will be setting up camp along with putting on shows during the fair. Stop and see how they cooked and did things back in the 1800s. This year we have brought in the Marvelous Mutts. They are rescue dogs that will perform free stunt shows daily at the fair. Alfi’s will return to the fair again. He is a moving puppet and kids love him. Magic acts return daily and new this year, check out the hypnotist show that will take place in the livestock judging arena Saturday night. Free Music is big at the fair and this year will be no exception! We have many great entertainment with some having songs in the top 50 on the country charts. This year we will have Nashville recording artist “Mitch Goudy”and “Diana Upton Hill” performing on the Free Stage # 3 on Thursday and Friday Nights of the fair. These are performers you will not want to miss during the fair. We will have many more perfomers like Sherwin Linton, Fleming Fold, Skewed View, Strange Daze and Them Pesky Kids just to name a

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few All Free!

Camping at the Fair Many years ago the fair started its campground and as fairgoers have found out there is nothing better than bringing your camper for the week to the fair. Even if you are working during fair week it gives you that extra great time at the fair. You will want to go online to the fair website and fill out the form and mail it in as space fills up by fair time. At the low rate of just $75 for the week, this is a great buy as most campgrounds charge way more for a weeks stay. Along with the water and electrical in your camping spot, campers are offered a free shower location for your use while on the grounds. Dogs are allowed in the campgrounds if they are kept on a leash and obey all dog rules. This is the only place on the fairground that dogs are allowed. Fair Campers have said that camping is the best. You get that chance to stop and take a break during your time at the fair or maybe just sit back with friends and relax. Fill out your camping form today found at scfair.net, then go to registration to find the camping form.

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The Fleming Fold

Dr. Silas McFee’s Magical Medicine Show Here are the cast members for the show that will be held in the Steven’s County Fair.

Dr. Silas McFee’s Magical Medicine Show Dr. Silas McFee’s Magical Medicine Show was founded in 2013 by a group of experienced reenactors who wanted to introduce a broader range of creative and historical material to their repertoire. They believe strongly that reenactment should be well researched and accurate, but it should also be approachable, entertaining, and fun! The Medicine Show is staffed entirely of volunteers. Fairgoers should come to the north end of the fairgrounds to learn about past history and be entertained. Show times are: •Friday Friday - 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m. •Saturday Saturday - 1 p.m., 2:15 p.m., 7 p.m. •Sunday Sunday - 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 6 p.m.

The Flemming Fold is is an exciting and versatile family music group from Southern Minnesota. They perform a wide variety of high-energy, toe-tapping music blending Bluegrass, Country, Oldtime, Gospel... and Alpine folk music with yodeling. This dynamic, tight-knit family group consists of songwriting duo, Troy and Sandra Flemming, and their two talented daughters. Troy, aka “The Yodelmeister,” yodels with such beauty and intensity that listeners regularly assume he is from Austria or Germany. Troy is also known for his outstanding finger-style guitar playing. Sandra is an accomplished singer/songwriter and a lively piano accordionist. Their 14 year-old daughter plays both mandolin and fiddle and sings, while her 12 year-old sister sings and plays the upright bass. Audiences are continually amazed at the level of poise and professionalism that these young sisters display while entertaining. Although Troy’s energetic, soaring yodels cause quite a sensation whenever he performs, he is often upstaged by his daughters with their youthful charm, mastery of their instruments, and beautiful vocal harmonies! Aside from their wonderful music, Troy, Sandra, and the girls enjoy the art of entertaining and making a strong connection with their audiences. For them, a performance is a great success when everyone has had a good laugh, and shed a tear. This multi-talented family has been featured on the radio and national television several times, has performed in more than 1000 concerts to date, and has fans all around the world. See Flemming Fold on Saturday, August 13 at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Storck Bandshell at the Stevens County Fair.


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SHERWIN AND PAM LINTON Appearing Sunday, August 14 at Storck Bandshell at 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m., and 5 p.m.


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4-H CALENDAR PRE-FAIR

TUESDAY, JULY 26 Presentation Day

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3 Horse Show, 9 a.m.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 Regional 4-H Dog Show, Appleton

FAIR WEEK

THURSDAY, AUGUST 11 Rabbit Show, 9 a.m. (barn); Poultry Show, 11:30 a.m. (barn); Goat Show, 2:30 p.m.; Lamb Lead, 5:30 p.m. (interviews prior); Sheep Show, 6 p.m.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 12 Swine Show, 8 a.m.; Dairy Show, 11:30 a.m.; Beef Show, 2 p.m.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13

General Entry Day, 2 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Round Robin 9 a.m., Livestock Auction 1 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10

SUNDAY, AUGUST 14

Open Beef Show, 12 p.m.; weigh in, 2 p.m.; Show Companion Animal Show, 7 p.m.; Livestock Arena

Fun Horse Show, 1 p.m.

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• Ultrasound • Radiographs • Therapeutic Laser • Laboratory

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The Marvelous Mutts The Marvelous Mutts, A Canine Spectacular, is a thrilling dog sport entertainment show that showcases some of the world’s finest canine athletes. The dogs amaze audiences as they flip and fly to snatch Frisbees out of the air, race through obstacle courses with breathtaking speed and leap into a pool of water just for the chance to grab a toy. Spectators, children and adults alike, always leave The Marvelous Mutts’ shows with smiles on their faces after they pick their jaws up off the ground! The Marvelous Mutts team members have appeared on ESPN’s Great Outdoor Games, Good Morning America, The Early Show, Fox & Friends, and The Late Show with David Letterman. This seasoned crew of performing canines, all adopted from shelters and rescue groups and each with an amazing story, showcase their athleticism in a fast-paced, high energy, action-packed show! The Marvelous Mutts can be seen at the north end of the

Stevens County Fairgrounds.

•Wednesday - 7:30 p.m. •Thursday – 4 p.m., 6 p.m., 8 p.m. •Friday – 4 p.m., 6 p.m., 8 p.m. •Saturday – 3:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. •Sunday – 2:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m.


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Check out the Ag Cab Lab You may have seen it at the State Fair and this year it’s right here at the Stevens County Fair. The Ag Cab Lab is an interactive and engaging exhibit that allows kids of all ages and even adults to hop in a combine or tractor cab. Inside the tractor are simulated games they can choose from that range from planting soybeans to cultivating a field. At this time we are not sure which unit will show up at the fair but the combine cab allows children to harvest corn both during the day and during the night. The Ag Cab Lab gives kids and adults a hands-on and upfront look at farming. The unit will be located in the Lee Center Commercial Building Thursday to Sunday and sponsored by Minnwest Finance Inc.; Town & County Supply; Conway, Deuth & Schmiesing and CHS New Horizons.

Your Partner in Agricultural Energy Needs Agralite assists our members with: $ Lighting efficiency and rebates $ Farm energy strategy $ Variable Frequency Drives (VFD’s) $ Agricultural ventilation $ Efficient grain drying $ Irrigation energy

$ Dairy milk cooling $ ENERGY STAR Appliances $ Ground source and air source heat pumps $ Custom energy efficiency project grants

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STEVENS COUNTY FAIR ENDURO RACE

Sponsored by Valu Ford Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 6:30 p.m. Rules and forms can be found at: www.scfair.net Under Registration Tab For more information contact Randy Kramer at 320-589-3113

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Stevens County Fair Enduro Race Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 6:30 p.m.

Large Car Race - 50 Minutes Small Car Race - 20 Minutes Powder Puff Race - 10 laps

Mail entries to: Stevens County Fair – Attn: Enduro PO Box 622 Morris, MN 56267

Entry Fees: Large Car - $65.00 includes car and driver Small Car - $45.00 includes car and driver Powder Puff - $25.00 includes car and driver

**BRING A NEW DURACELL 9 VOLT BATTERY (FOR LAP COUNTER)** MUST PRESENT DRIVERS LICENSE! PRE-REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY SUGGESTED! YOU MUST BE AT THE TRACK BY 5:30 P.M.! RACE TO START AT 6:30 P.M. All drivers must have a driver’s license and anyone under 18 must have a signed and notarized permission slip from a legal guardian. Driver’s Name_________________________________________________Age_____________ Driver’s License #______________________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________________ City_________________________________________State_________Zip Code_____________ Year and Make of Car____________________________________________________________ Color of Car_______________________________________________Car #________________ I understand and realize that automobile racing of this type is a hazardous and dangerous activity. I accept and assume all responsibility and possible consequences of such activity. Although my car and safety equipment meets requirements and passes inspection. I assume responsibility for them and myself if either should fail to prevent injury or death I am under no pressure or duress to engage in this activity I enter into this race of my own free will. I, in no way, hold any of the above tracks, or corresponding counties, cities, fair boards, corporations, or any of their officers, directors or employees responsible for any incidents or injury to persons and/or property which may occur during this enduro event.

NO ONE UNDER THE AGE OF 14 IS ALLOWED IN THE PIT AREA DURING THE RACE!! ____________________________________ Driver’s Signature

______________________________________ Driver’s Phone #

Any sponsors or things you would like announcer to announce: ____________________________________________________________________________ OFFICE USE: Class:_______________Transponder #_________________________Car#___________________

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STEVENS COUNTY FAIR DEMO DERBY

Sponsored by Bank of the West Saturday, August 14, 2016 - 6 p.m. Rules and forms can be found at: www.scfair.net Under Registration Tab For more information contact Wayne Lemmerman - 320-589-7573

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STEVENS COUNTY FAIR DEMO DERBY ENTRY FORM SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2016 AT 6 P.M. FAIRGROUNDS, MORRIS, MN

( PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY AND FILL OUT COMPLETELY ) Please make a copy if you need more than one.

Class: (Please circle choice) Compact Car

Large Car

Full Size Pickup

Modified Compact Car

Modified Large Car

Modified Pickup

Driver:______________________________________________________________________ Driver’s Email_________________________________________________________________ Address___________________________ Cell Phone___________________________________ City / State / Zip:________________________________________Age_____________________ Year and Make of Car____________________________

Car #___________________________

I understand & realize that automobile racing of this type is a hazardous and dangerous activity. I accept & assume all responsibility & possible consequences of such activity. Although my car & safety equipment meets requirements & passed inspection, I assume responsibility for them & myself if either should fail to prevent injury or death. I am under no pressure or duress to engage in this activity. I enter into this event of my own free will. I, in no way, hold the Stevens County Fair or any of its officers, directors, employees, or representative responsible for any incidents or injuries to persons and/or property which may occur before, during, or as a result of, thin Event. This includes both driver and his/her pit crew.

____________________________________________________ Driver’s Signature (Parents signature also if under 18) Check #______________________ For pre-registration please return with proper payment to: Stevens County Fair c/o Demo Derby Po Box 622 Morris, MN 56267

_______________ Date

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Options for Women

The babies are being selected and are securing a sponsoring business. The babies and their sponsors will be featured in the Morris Sun Tribune a week or two before the fair. Choose your Adorable Baby and stop at that business and at the Stevens County Fair to give a donation towards that baby. Or mail your donation and the name of the baby you selected to 712 Atlantic Ave. Suite 5, Morris. The baby with the most donations is the winner. First, second and third places will be awarded. Winners will be announced at the close of the fair. The Center is a non-profit organization that operates through private donations and fundraisers. The money raised from this fundraiser will provide practical assistance and compassionate care for women and their families. Our mission is to minister to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our clients, including pregnant women, their unborn children, their families and friends. The Center is located at 712 Atlantic Ave., Suite 5, Morris. Office Hours are Monday & Tuesday 9-5; Wednesday 9-8; Thursday 1-8; Friday 1-5 or by appointment. Call (320) 589-0300.

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Grain, Fertilizer, Chemical & Seed P.O. Box 36 • Alberta, MN (320) 324-7461 • (800) 325-5331

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2015 COMMUNITY PHOTOS

An air conditioned room is available for your use in the Rest Cottage adjacent to the Fair office.

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(320) 589-4274

• Eric Berg • Dan Oftedahl • Lance Fishbach


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Thank a Farmer Traveli ng across the country and living out of suitcases and hotel rooms, 6-8 months out of the year isn’t easy but there is a reason. That reason is to try and gain respect for some of the most important people in our lives...the farmer. I discovered

that reason by hearing about farm kids being looked down upon and teased by their classmates. That is when Thank A Farmer was born. When I looked at how the importance of a farmers was taught to kids I knew something had to be done that better engaged them. I created a magic show around products kids use everyday and then connected it back to the farmer

and the farm. Of course, once they know what comes from the farm, they “Thank A Farmer” to get the magic to work. It’s a fun way to educate and they learn without even realizing it. We also created books, “Fun Farm Facts to Fool Your Family & Other Fine Folks” that are written for the reader to now become the teacher. The books have been used across the country by Ag folks who are presenting their own Ag programs to kids and need some fun engaging facts. Thank A Farmer took what was a negative situation and created positive learning experiences. Our goal is to reach even more children Nationwide with Thank A Farmer programs. Fairgoers can see the “Thank-AFarmer” show at the Stevens County Fairgrounds Free Stage: •Thursday – 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. •Friday – 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6:45 p.m. •Saturday – 3 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 9 p.m. •Sunday – 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 2:45 p.m.

Thank a Farmer program educating kids of all ages.

Morris, MN

Farm Commercial Residential

CHS NEW HORIZONS salutes the Stevens County Fair 4-H Members and Participants

Plan To Attend The 143rd Stevens County Fair • August 9-14, 2016

& Flooring Covering FURNITURE - CARPETING - BEDDING ACCESSORIES - INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICE

Stop in & check out our Fair Specials!

(320) 589-3911 or 1-800-495-3911 619 Atlantic Ave., Morris, MN

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We’re proud to meet your grain marketing, agronomy, and petroleum needs. We appreciate your patronage and look forward to helping you be successful. Locations at Herman, Donnelly, Chokio, Morris, Wendell, Fergus Falls and Underwood www.chsnewhorizons.com 000467028r1


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Norm Knight Hypnotist Party with Norm Knight - comedy hypnotist. High energy, clean family fun, good for all crowds. Norm has performed at county and state fairs, corporate events, high school post prom events, fundraisers, colleges, and community events. It's a great time for one and all. Watch as participants avoid car accidents, shout out phrases or names, pretend to be an animal all while sitting in their seats on stage. Hilarious!!!---Yet very professional. You'll have stories to tell for a life time. See him perform Saturday at 9 p.m. in the Harvey Mathison Show Arena.

Magic Norm will appear Sunday 3:45 p.m., 4:45 p.m., and 5:45 p.m. on Free Stage

Sponsors of the Fair

of Morris

Murphy Seed S&M Trucking

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2015 COMMUNITY PHOTOS

IS PROUD TO PRODUCE

THE 2016 STEVENS COUNTY FAIR PREMIUM BOOK.

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THANKS TO THE STEVENS COUNTY FAIR BOARD MEMBERS FOR YOUR HARD WORK THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. MORRISSUNTRIBUNE.COM


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2015 COMMUNITY PHOTOS

Minnesota Viking player Everson Griffen at the 2015 Stevens County Fair.


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DARNEN MARSHMALLOWS AND PUMPKINS AFTER FALL ROAD DITCH PICK UP


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FOR THE SAFETY OF FAIRGOERS All Pets, Skateboards, Roller Skates, In-Line Skates, Hover Boards or Bikes on the fairgrounds will be prohibited.

Pet Exceptions 1.Certified service animals (proper identification required) for individuals with disabilities. 2.Dogs or other pets may be allowed when part of an exhibition, demonstration, or show

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Use of motorized vehicles on fair grounds during fair week… limited only to golf carts, 4 wheelers, gators and the like which are in use ONLY by Stevens County Fair board and staff, will be permitted during fair week. All other private units which may be brought to or driven to the grounds will NOT BE permitted. Insurance coverage will NOT allow private units on the grounds.

(320) 589-2331

West Hwy 28, Morris, MN 56267 Ray and Peggy Suess, Owners For all your building needs

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Mon-Fri 5:30 am-10 pm • Sat & Sun 6 am-10 pm

AND SHALL BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING EVENT. 3.Carnival owner/operators – dogs must be housed during fair hours. Tobacco use (in any form i.e. cigarettes, chew, snus, pipes, cigars, etc) is prohibited in all enclosed buildings and within 50 feet of all entrances to these fair buildings.


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THESE CHURCHES HOPE YOU ENJOY THE STEVENS COUNTY FAIR

Hosanna Worship Center Pastor Tom Fangmeier hosanna@fedtel.net Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Children, Youth and Adult Educaon

320-589-8807

Morris Community Church Impacul Services Pastor Pat Franey Worship: 10 a.m.

320-589-4510 108 E. 6th St., Morris

46303 Hwy. 28, Morris

Federated Church Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. September - May: 10:15 a.m.

320-589-1153 200 South Columbia Ave., Morris

First Lutheran Church (ELCA) Interim Pastor Chris Richards Sunday Worship: 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Summer Worship: 9 a.m.

320-589-3242 200 E. 5th St., Morris

St. John’s Lutheran and Kongsvinger Lutheran Churches

Church of the Assumpon of Mary

320-246-3211

320-589-3003

Donnelly

Faith Lutheran Church Pastor Dell B. Sanderson Sunday Worship: 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.

320-589-2970 108 West 8th St., Morris

Father Todd Schneider Mass: Saturday 5:30 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. Reconciliaon: Saturday 4:30 p.m. 207 East 3rd St., Morris

Chrisan Reformed Church Pastor Harrison Newhouse Sunday Worship: 10 a.m.

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3 Hwy 28 East Morris, MN 320.589.4550 or 1.800.932.7925 STORE HOURS: Monday - Friday: 9am - 7pm Saturday: 9am - 4pm • Sunday: Noon - 4pm


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We are commited to providing the best oral health care for the whole family in a relaxed and fun environment.

Dr. Kevin Williamson, DDS Dr. Jeffrey Hauger, DDS dentaldepot@hometownsolutions.net www.dentaldepotmorris.com

Lakeland Ag. Inc. CORN • SOYBEANS

2 East 5th Street • Morris, MN Call: (320) 589-4481

Mike Schneider 585-7410

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Work & Casual Clothing Farm & Hardware Supplies Morris • 320-589-1922

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Dine In Hours: Sunday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Buffet hours:11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. 7 East 5th Street, Morris

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ATM Campground First Aid Food Vendors Free Stage Handicap Parking Met Lounge Bar Information Legion Bar Paid Parking Parking Picnic Tables / Eating Area Protest Area Restrooms Stage 3 Shower Facilities Storck Bandshell Lee Community Center Horse Arena Horse Barn Infield Pit Entrance Deer Hunters Info Booth FFA Children’s Barn Dairy Queen Grandstands VFW / Hockey Food Booth Lions Club Bingo Open Class Exhibits Historical School House Homemakers Building Fair Office 4-H Food Stand 4-H Exhibit Building Rabbits / Goats / Poultry Sheep Beef / Dairy Hog Barn Harvey Mathinson Show Arena


our 2016 award winning sponsors! GRAND CHAMPION

BLUE RIBBON

Amundson Peterson Inc. Bank of the West Bobcat of Morris Cargil Inc. Dacotah Bank Donnelly Coop H & H Veterinary Riverview LLP Unger’s Furniture

Backman Welding, Inc. Conway Deuth & Schmiesing PLLP Craig Lesmeister Farms Federated Telephone Grandstay Hotel Jerry’s U-Save Jon White Farms Land o Lakes Lawn and Driveway Service Meixel Truck Sales Minnwest Finance Inc. Morris Coop Association Northern Metal Recycling Riverview Construction Stevens County Farm Bureau Stevens County Pork Producers Tech Plus Thrifty White Drug Town & Country Supply West Central Cattlemen’s Assn. West Central Implement Willie’s Super Valu Ziegler

RESERVE For Getaways Travel McNelius Steel Murphy Seed New Horizons Ag S & M Trucking Valu Ford

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2 - 7:30 PM 4-H Entry Day

Alfy on the Grounds 4-H Round Robin Display Exhibits Open All Food Booths & Stands Open! Lee Center Booths Open Family Fun Show Carnival Opens 4-H Livestock Premium Auction Midwest Medicine Show on the North End of Fairgrounds! 3:15 / 5:30 PM Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds! 3 / 4:30 PM FREE STAGE - Thank-a-Farmer 4 / 6 PM BAND SHELL - FLEMING FOLD

5:30 PM Supper Entertainment

wednesday- august 10

ALL DAY 7:30 - 9 AM 8 - 11 AM 9 - 11 AM 9 AM 10:30 AM 10 AM - 10 PM 10 AM - 10 PM 11 AM 11:30 AM 2:30 PM 3:30 / 4:30 PM 4 PM 4 PM 5-9 5:30 5:30 5:30 6/8

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6:30 PM @ GRANDSTANDS VALU FORD - ENDURO RACE

Open Class Entry Food Concessions Open Open Beef Show - Weigh In at Noon 4-H Exhibit Building Open BAND SHELL - D C Hawk ARENA - Companion Animal Show Homemaker Entry Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds!

7 PM @ GRANDSTANDS ALL AMERICAN WRESTLING 8 PM BAND SHELL - STRANGE DAZE

Stevens County Commissioners All Area Fire Departments Stevens County 4-H Stevens County Ambulance Stevens County Fairboard Families Stevens County Highway Stevens County Sheriff, Posse Met Lounge Morris FFA Chapter / FFA Alumni Morris Kiwanis Morris Lions Club Morris Police Deparment Morris Transit Graphic Designer: Sarah Douglass

ALL DAY 9 AM 9 AM - 10 PM 10 AM - 10 PM NOON - 9 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 / 2:15 PM

7:30 PM @ GRANDSTANDS TONIC SOL-FA

OPEN CLASS JUDGING DAY Buildings closed until judging finishes Alfy on the Grounds Livestock Entry - Barns Closed Homemakers Entry DAY CARE DAY AT THE FAIR 4-H Rabbit Show FREE STAGE - Thank-a-Farmer 4-H Exhibit Building Open 4-H Food Stand Open Livestock Barns Open 4-H Poultry Show 4-H Goat Show FREE STAGE - Thank-a-Farmer Family Fun Show Carnival Opens Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds! Lee Center Booths Open 4-H Lamb Lead FREE STAGE - Thank-a-Farmer BAND SHELL - Kiwanis Talent Show Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds! STAGE 3 - Music by MITCH GOUDY & DIANA UPTON-HILL 4-H Sheep Show Family Fun Show Carnival Wristband Night

Ag Country Farm Credit Servic Anderson Acres Engebretson Sanitary Disposa Family Fun Show Carnival Hancock Concrete Hooter’s Lumber Insurance Partners, Inc. Jeremy Michaelson Tree Serv Jim Riley & Sons KMRS / KKOK Radio Morris Sun Tribune Pedersen Funeral Home Pizza Ranch Pomme de Terre Garden Club Prairie Trailer R & B Tires Riverside Express Stevens Community Medical C Superior Industries Team Nutrition Titan Machinery Wehking Electric West Con

saturday- august 13

5 PM Fair Supper @ Lee Center

thursday- august 11

WHITE RIBBON

Ace Hardware KQLP 92fm Mohr Plumbing and Heating Morris Bearing & Supply R. Hill Electric, Inc. Super 8 West River Seed Company

A SPECIAL THANKS

Tuesday- august 9

8 AM - 5 PM 10 AM 2 PM 4 - 8 PM 5:30 - 7:30 PM 7 PM 7 - 8 PM 7:30 PM

RED RIBBON

7 PM Midwest Medicine Show on the North End of Fairgrounds! 7:30 PM Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds! 8 PM BAND SHELL - THEM PESKY KIDS 9 PM FREE STAGE - Thank-a-Farmer 9 PM SHOW ARENA - Norm Knight - HYPNOTIS

friday- august 12 ALL DAY 8 AM 9 AM - 10 PM 10 AM - 10 PM 11:30 AM NOON - 9 PM NOON 1 PM 2 PM 3 / 5 PM 4 / 5 / 6:45 PM 4 / 6 PM 6 PM 7 PM

SENIOR DAY AT THE FAIR! Alfy on the Grounds 4-H Swine Show Display Exhibits Open All Food Booths & Stands Open! 4-H Dairy Show Lee Center Booths Open 4-H & Open Class Dairy Show Family Fun Show Carnival Opens 4-H Beef Show Midwest Medicine Show on the North End of Fairgrounds! FREE STAGE - Thank-a-Farmer Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds! STAGE 3 - Music by MITCH GOUDY & DIANA UPTON-HILL Midwest Medicine Show on the North End of Fairgrounds!

7:30 PM @ GRANDSTANDS DACOTAH BANK STAMPEDE JJ LEGACY RODEO 8 PM BAND SHELL - SKEWED VIEW 8 PM Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds!

sunday- august 14 ALL DAY 9 AM - 8:30 PM 10 AM - CLOSE 10 AM - 8:30 PM 10 AM 11:30 AM NOON - 8 PM 12:30 PM 1 1 1 1:30 1 / 2 / 2:45 2:15 / 4:15

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3 PM 3:45 / 4:45 PM 5 PM 5PM 5:45 PM 6 PM 6:30 PM

Alfy on the Grounds Display Exhibits Open Food Booths & Stands Open! 4-H Exhibit Building Open Fun Horse Show Midwest Medicine Show on the North End of Fairgrounds! Lee Center Booths Open Midwest Medicine Show on the North End of Fairgrounds! Family Fun Show Carnival Opens 4-H Fun Horse Show FREE STAGE - Thank-a-Farmer BAND SHELL - Sherwin Linton FREE STAGE - Thank-a-Farmer Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds! BAND SHELL - Sherwin Linton FREE STAGE - Magic Norm BAND SHELL - Sherwin Linton INFORMATION BOOTH - Bike Drawing FREE STAGE - Magic Norm Midwest Medicine Show on the North End of Fairgrounds! Marvelous Mutts on the North End of Fairgrounds!

6 PM @ GRANDSTANDS BANK OF THE WEST - DEMO DERBY THANK YOU FOR JOINING US FOR THE 2016 STEVENS COUNTY FAIR!


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