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Clallam County Fair 2011 Exhibitors Guide

Complete information and rules about how to enter your items into the Clallam County Fair.

August 18-21, 2011 Horses | Goats | Sheep | Cows | Llamas | Poultry | Eggs | Cavies | Rabbits Swine | Fruits | Vegetables | Sewing | Needlework | Quilting | Photography Food Preservation | Fine Arts | Floral | Cats | Dogs | Cattle | AND MORE! A supplement to the Peninsula Daily News produced by the Advertising Department

Fair Royalty photo by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer

4H/FFA Section begins on Page 42


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2011 Clallam County Fair Premium Book and Exhibitor Guide

Fair Office: 360-417-2551 Table of Contents Fair Information

Poultry............................................................17

Fair Admission Prices..........................................3

Cavies.............................................................18

Superintendents...............................................3

Rabbit ............................................................19

Fair Board Members...........................................4

Sheep.............................................................19

Sponsors..........................................................5

Fleece.........................................................20

Information.......................................................6

Swine..............................................................21

Merchants’ Store Display Contest.......................6

Cat Show........................................................22

General Rules....................................................6

Agriculture......................................................22

General Rules: Livestock....................................9

Home Arts.......................................................24

Fair Regulations...............................................10

Hobbies & Crafts..............................................29

General & Minimum Animal Health Requirements for County Fairs.........................10

Fine Arts..........................................................32

Rodeo Stock Requirements..............................10 Rodeo Entry Requirements...............................10 Fair Entry Dates and Times...............................11

Open Class

Large Animal Round Robin..............................12 Small Animal Round Robin...............................12 Cattle..............................................................12 Dairy...............................................................12 Beef................................................................13 Horse..............................................................13 Goats..............................................................14 Llamas/Alpacas...............................................16

Photography...................................................38 Floral..............................................................38

Forms

Antique Farm and Logging Equipment Form.......8 Sample Exhibitor Entry Tag................................11 Fine Art Registration Form...............................33 Campground Rules & Registration Form...........71

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starts on Page 42. A map of the Fairgrounds can be found in the center of the premium book on Pages 36-37.


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Fairgrounds Admission Prices Daily passes $8.00 $6.00 $6.00 $5.00 5 yrs. and younger (accompanied by adult) — FREE Adults (18 & older) Senior citizens (62 & older) Student (13 – 17 yrs.) Youth (6 – 12 yrs.)

season passes $24.00 $13.00 $13.00 $12.00

All pets (except disability assistance animals), roller-blades, skateboards, bicycles, illicit drugs and alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the grounds.

Carnival Pre-Sale Wristbands: Don’t forget to purchase your all-you-can-ride passes for the carnival. Price: $25.00. Available starting August 3 at Swain’s, Higher Grounds, Wilder Auto Center, Forks Outfitters, Treasures & Thrift in Sequim, and the Fair Office. Tickets must be purchased by August 17. They will not be sold during fair!

County Commissioners

  Howard V. Doherty, Jr., Chair, District 3 Stephen P. Tharinger, District 1 Michael C. Chapman, District 2 Jim Jones, County Administrator

Fair Staff

  Joel Winborn, Director Bruce Giddens, Parks & Fair Supervisor Shari Ioffrida, Fair Manager Mark Reynolds, Fair Maintenance

Superintendents

  4-H/FFA Still Life: Mary Berneking (Gena 417-2398) Hobbies & Crafts: Cheryl Martin 461-1025 Agriculture: Mary Black 457-4347 Home Arts: Renee Holt 417-1188 Fine Art: Saundra Cutsinger 683-1095 Horse: Judy Richmond 683-4837 Cats: Tara West 461-7535 Goats & Llamas: Shirley Gump 461-6447 Cattle: Julie Mowbray 457-5403 Photography: Bob Reavis 681-0337

Dogs: Karen Fink 683-4918 or Elaine Diedrich 683-2226 Poultry: Karen Dybedal 452-9172 Rabbits & Cavies: Kelly Jackson 775-0853 Floral: Mary Lou Waitz 928-3728 Sheep: Cyndie Stumbaugh 683-6495 Swine Bob Cristion 457-0870 Antique Farm & Logging Equipment: Josh Borte 452-6053 FFA Advisor: Kristi Short 4-H Advisor: Gena Royal 417-2398

Fair Office: 360-417-2551


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Clallam County Fair Board

William White President

Elizabeth Strait Vice President

Barbara Offermann Secretary

Gena Royal Board Member

Robert Clark Board Member

Laurie Davies Board Member

Carol Johnson Board Member

Don Edwards Board Member

Paul Stumbaugh Board Member

Ken Billings Board Member

Barbara Davis Board Member

Roxi Baxley Board Member

Aims and Purposes

To promote Clallam County through the exhibition of its agricultural, educational, recreational and material resources and accomplishments.

Goals

The goal of the Fair is to present a medium through which the citizens of this county can, not only exhibit their products and exchange ideas, but demonstrate their talents as well.

Denise Huff Board Member

Shari Ioffrida Fair Manager

Clallam County Fair Exhibitors Guide 2011 Published by the Peninsula Daily News 305 W. First St., Port Angeles, WA 98362 360-452-2345  www.peninsuladailynews.com Editor and Publisher: John C. Brewer Advertising Director: Suzanne Delaney Special Sections Editor: Trisha McMahon


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The Clallam County Fair would like to say “THANK YOU” to all of our sponsors. We appreciate your continued support of the Fair! Westport Shipyard, Inc. Wilder Auto Sunny Farms Country Store Dungeness Valley Creamery Richard E. Davies, DDS Ernst “Fine Art Photography” Peninsula Tanks Arrow Septic Hermann Brothers Logging & Construction Les Schwab, Sequim & Port Angeles Interfor Pacific Sunset Wire & Rope Merrill & Ring, Inc. SickkTees Pen Print KONP Peninsula Daily News Sequim Gazette Laurel Lanes Linda Jadasohn Elks Naval Lodge #353 Sequim Animal Hospital Port Angeles Veterinary Clinic Fair Board Kitchen Olympic Game Farm Sound Community Bank Franni’s Gifts Angeles Clinic for Animals

First Federal Port Angeles Power Equipment Peabody Street Coin Laundry Family Medicine of Port Angeles, PLLC Pacific Northwest Veterinary Hospital Peninsula Bottling Lloyd & Donna Pearson Forks Outfitters Rygaard Logging Inc. Price Ford Cowboy Country Pioneer Marine, Inc. Angeles Pawn Peninsula Awards & Trophies Olympic Sewer & Drain Cleaning, Sequim Swain’s General Store Airport Garden Center Laura Little Faux Painting Nancy’s Fashion The Quarry The Advertisers in this booklet help make it possible to furnish you with this information about our Fair. The Fair Board hopes you will show your appreciation to these people whenever possible.

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92nd Annual Clallam County Fair Fair time is rolling around again. Our four day Fair is scheduled to begin Thursday, August 18th. Individuals and groups should be planning displays and exhibits for the county’s outstanding events. This premium list is provided to assist those who wish to prepare exhibits for the 2011 Fair. It is presented with a feeling of appreciation for the interest and services of those citizens who have contributed time and money in cooperation with the Fair Board to make the Fair successful. The Fair Advisory Board again takes this opportunity to thank the exhibitors of past years and welcomes them and others to take part in the 2011 Fair. Down through the years, the Clallam County Fair has been noted for its spirit of cooperation and good showmanship. It is expected that the keen interest of past years will be renewed for this year as well.

Long-Range Program

The long-range program of the Fair Advisory Board, comprised of your representatives, includes a good progressive program for the eventual use of the Fairgrounds for yearround activities.

Fair Attractions

Our Grandstand attractions, two stages, walk around entertainers and rodeo promise another fine family affair. You are urged to come and bring your family. It is your Fair, your Show, and it is YOU who make it a success. Exhibit buildings will be open from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. each day of the Fair except Sunday, when they close at 7:00 p.m. All still life (non-animal) exhibits will be judged prior to the opening of the Fair.

Merchants’ Store Display Contest To increase the interest of the downtown merchants, a contest will be sponsored by the Clallam County Fair. Prizes will be awarded to the merchants on both the east and west sides of the county. To enter, please fill out and return the display contest form to the Fair Office, 1608 W. 16th, Port Angeles, WA 98363, Phone: 360-417-2551. Windows should be ready for judging by August 10th. The Committee will judge on or after August 10th. Judging will be on the use of the Fair theme “Rock With The Stock,” advertising value to the merchant, and appeal to the public. Prizes will be $75 for first, $50 for second, $25 for third, and ribbons for each participating merchant.

Easy to Enter * Fun to Share * Exciting to Win

Check the listings in this book to see in what area your exhibit should be entered. Feel free to bring any items that you have made in the last year or raised yourself even if they are not listed. This list is surely incomplete, and it is impractical to attempt to list every variety of each type of entry. We will place it in the most appropriate classification possible and award a prize

similar to those listed. Disabled persons interested in exhibiting at the Clallam County Fair, and who would require assistance to do so, should contact the Fair Manager. The Clallam County Fair Advisory Board will have officers on the grounds and will use every reasonable precaution in its power for the preservation and protection of persons, articles on exhibit, livestock, and property, but will not be responsible for loss or damage. We urge everyone who receives a copy of this Exhibitors Guide to read the respective requirements carefully. Through your cooperation, we know we shall have another successful Fair in 2011.

Royalty Coronation Back at Fair! The Clallam County Fair Royalty Coronation will return to Fair. The Coronation will be Thursday, August 18 at 7:00 p.m. at the Wilder Stage. Brooklyn Bauer, sponsored by Forks Outfitters; Ruby Jackson, sponsored by Hermann Brothers Logging & Construction; and Katelyn Noerd, sponsored by Rygaard Logging Inc. are the 2011 Fair candidates. Brooklyn is a senior at Forks High School and a Running Start student at Peninsula College, Ruby and Katelyn are juniors at Port Angeles High School. One queen and two princesses will be crowned at this exciting Coronation.

General Rules

These rules are for the guidance of patrons of the Fair and for the Fair Officers and employees. Fair entries are open to residents of Clallam County only, except in livestock departments when unable to fill barns. Prospective exhibitors should familiarize themselves and be governed accordingly. No one will have authority to allow any infraction or evasion of the rules under any circumstances and the directors reserve the right of interpretation at all times. Whoever knowingly violates the rules will thereby forfeit and be barred from receiving any premium that may be awarded. Special rules for each division will be given at the head of such division. The general supervision of the grounds and the entire exhibition, the police regulations and entries, and exit gates are vested in the Board of Directors. Use or possession of intoxicants, narcotics, illegal drugs, or use of vulgarity is prohibited on the grounds and camping areas. Any exhibitors or campers who are disrespectful to others or use loud or profane language, will be dismissed from the Fair. On the entry of each article or animal, a card will be furnished to the exhibitor specifying the class and number of his/her entry, said card to remain attached to each article and entry cards for all livestock will be on pen or stall. No animal, article, or display shall be withdrawn before 7 p.m. the last day of the Fair. No animal, article, or product entered in the name of any person except the manufacturer or producer will receive premiums.


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Entering an Item Into the Fair 1. Check the Entry Dates and Times section of the Exhibitors Guide. 2. Check the Exhibitors Guide for the rules on the item you are entering to make sure your item is completely ready to be entered. 3. Take your item to the barn where you are entering on the day and time listed on the Entry Dates and Times section. 4. Get an entry form from the Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent and fill it out. 5. Make sure you fill the entry form out completely, including your name, address, phone number, class, lot, description, and circle your age category. The Superintendent or Assistant can help you. 6. Certain, small items may use an Exhibitor’s Tag. You can get that from the Superintendent.


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1. No animal or article shall be allowed to compete for more than one premium nor shall it be entered in more than one lot except as one of a herd or pair of cows in milk test or one of a pen in the poultry division or rabbit. 2. Exhibitors will, at all times, give the necessary personal attention to whatever they may have on exhibit and at the close of the Fair take charge of same. The Board will use every precaution in their power for safe preservation of all articles and stock on exhibition, but will not be responsible, not accountable for loss or damage due to agencies beyond their control. 3. All vehicles and motors must be made inoperative when an attendant is not present. 4. PREMIUMS: PREMIUMS SHOULD BE PICKED UP THE MONDAY FOLLOWING FAIR AT THE FAIR OFFICE STARTING AT 11:00 AM. IF YOU DO NOT PICK UP YOUR PREMIUM BY SEPTEMBER 10 AND IT IS UNDER $2.50, THE PREMIUM WILL NOT BE PAID. NO REQUESTS FOR CORRECTIONS IN PREMIUM ERRORS OR DELETIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER OCTOBER 1. 5. When there is no competition, or when there are fewer animals or articles in a class than number of premiums offered, judges may, at their discretion, award premiums of such grade as the exhibit deserves, but no premiums shall be withheld merely because there is no competition. 6. When articles or stock are deemed unworthy, the judges will refuse to award premiums, regardless of competition. 7. Blue ribbon denotes first premium, red ribbon second premium, and white ribbon third premium. 8. No entry clerk shall, under any circumstances, allow the entry books of the Fair to go from his possession to be inspected by anyone not employed by the Board, nor shall an entry be made known by the clerk until the entry books are placed in the hands of the Superintendent. 9. Any exhibitor or his agent found looking though the entry books of the exhibitors will forfeit all premiums or money won. 10. Experiment stations are barred from competition at this Fair for premium, but all accommodations will be afforded them for the exhibit of such stock. 11. Solicitors for newspapers, magazines, farm papers, or for any other line of merchandise may operate on purchased space only. 12. Parties filing protests must deposit $25 with the Secretary, to be forfeited if not sustained in complaint. All protests must be filed within 24 hours of incident. 13. If an exhibitor enters a collection or display, it can only compete as a collection or display, and must be entered as such. Exhibitors must have duplicates to compete in other classes, except for community display. 14. There will be a Poster Contest in most departments to encourage Educational Displays. 22x28 inch poster board should be used and should feature some phase of the construction, production, care, or use of the item or animal. Limit of two posters per project. 15. All premium money will be withheld if an exhibitor is in possession of alcohol and/or controlled substance at any time on the Fairgrounds.

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1. No animals will be allowed on the Fairgrounds or barns until they have first been processed through vet check. 2. Because of limited space, those entries received first will receive first available barn space. Entry forms accompanied with the fee will be accepted by the Livestock Superintendent up to August 1. 3. All animals and poultry must be in their respective quarters by 9 p.m. on day of entry. No animal, article, or display will be withdrawn before 7 p.m. Sunday, the last day of the Fair. No vehicles to remove animals will be allowed on the grounds until 6 p.m. Sunday. 4. No person will be entitled to hold or occupy stalls, pens, or stables of this annual Fair until his stock has arrived on the grounds, has been entered in the books, and then, only under the direction of the Superintendent in charge of that department. 5. Exhibitors of large livestock will, at all times give the necessary personal attention to whatever they may have on exhibition. All animal exhibitors, at the close of the Fair, will take charge of said animal. 6. No animal may be kept blanketed from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day of the Fair, except on the day when they are judged, when they may be kept blanketed until their judging is completed. 7. Ribbons won at previous Fairs cannot be displayed. 8. Animals that can not be properly presented in the judging arena at the designated time will not be eligible for awards. 9. All exhibitors will clean their area before premiums will be paid, including removing all staples and shavings, or be charged $30.00.


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10. Exhibitors are to furnish their own grain. Bedding and local hay will be supplied.

Fair Regulations

To meet its obligation under the animal disease laws, the State Department of Agriculture has established the attached livestock health requirements for Fairs, rodeos, exhibits, shows, etc., hereinafter referred to as Fairs.

General and Minimum Animal Health Requirements for County Fairs

No animals will be allowed on the Fairgrounds or barns until they have first been processed through vet check. 1. Each Fair will have an official Fair Veterinarian on 24 hour call. 2. Individual health certificates on Washington animals will not be required for entry. The Fair Veterinarian may issue a blanket health certificate covering all in-state entries to the Fair. 3. No animal from a quarantined area or premise will be permitted to enter the Fair or show. 4. OUT-OF-STATE ANIMAL ENTRIES MUST COMPLY WITH STATE OF WASHINGTON IMPORT REGULATIONS. NO EXEMPTIONS UNLESS EXEMPTED BY RULE. 5. Fair Veterinarians or designated screening committee will inspect all classes of livestock and poultry (including horses, pet animals, rabbits, fur bearing animals, pigeons, ducks, geese, and turkeys), before they are exhibited, to determine that the livestock and poultry show no clinical indications of infectious or contagious disease or ectoparasites. 6. Fair Veterinarians or screening committee must and will reject any animal with infectious or contagious disease or ectoparasites. Exhibitors should be aware that ringworm, warts, pinkeye, strangles, contagious ecthyma, scabies, lice, mites, ticks, and fleas fall into these categories. a) Warts which have been surgically or by other method removed shall be completely healed at time of entry; b) Ringworm lesions must be healed and new hair follicles must be in evidence over the complete area of the lesions; c) Ectoparasites — no sign of killed parasites should be in evidence; d) All other infectious and/or contagious diseases not specifically covered including pinkeye, respiratory infections, bronchial coughs, shipping fever, etc. will not be in evidence at time of entry; e) Emaciated, unfit, or sickly looking animals will be denied entry. Animals with questionable skin lesions, such as benign tumors, surgical scars, chemical burns, abrasions, etc. will be denied entry if, in the opinion of the examining Veterinarian, they can, in any way, be construed to be confused with infectious and/or contagious skin diseases. 7. Animals exhibiting disease symptoms during the course of the Fair will be rejected by the Fair Veterinarian and removed from the exhibit area. 8. The Fair Veterinarian’s professional decision as to the health status of an animal will be final and will be upheld by the Fair Board.

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9. It is strongly recommended, but not required, that cattle be vaccinated in the current show year against respiratory diseases. 10. Infectious and/or contagious disease: It shall be the responsibility of the owner in the care of open class exhibits, the owner and the respective county agent in the care of 4-H exhibits, and the owner and respective FFA instructor in the care of FFA exhibits to insure the Clallam County Fair and their official Veterinarian that animals presented for entry are free of warts, ringworm, and ectoparasites. It will not be the responsibility of the examining Veterinarian to uncover, discover, or unmask evidence of warts, ringworm, or ectoparasites. Failure to comply with the above regulation will result in one or all three of the following: a) Immediate dismissal of the animal; b) Forfeiture of premiums and prizes on any animal exhibited before discovery of lesions; c) Refusal of future entries. Willful masking of lesions caused by warts or ringworm will be deemed flagrant and will be dealt with severely. Further clarification of the above regulations: Additional tests or vaccinations may be required. Additional health requirements will be listed under individual departments.

Rodeo Stock Requirements

1. Visual inspection by Fair Veterinarian required. 2. Fair Veterinarian to ascertain that Import Order No. 915 and Federal Interstate Regulations Title 9, CFR have been met on all out-of-state animals. 3. Fair Veterinarian may issue a health certificate to cover all rodeo stock. 4. There must be no commingling with exhibited and/or other livestock.

Rodeo Entry Requirements

1. The rodeo will be held at 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 20, and noon on Sunday, August 21. 2. To enter the rodeo, please call the Northwest Professional Rodeo Association before Thursday, August 11, at 503829-8868 and speak with Lori Newman.


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Fair Entry Dates and Times Still Life Entries Sunday, Aug. 14 noon – 6 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 15 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug. 16 noon – 8 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 17 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Art Home Arts 4-H Still Life Hobbies & Crafts Fine Arts Photography

Art Home Arts 4-H Still Life Hobbies & Crafts Fine Arts Photography

Agriculture Floral NO 4-H ENTRIES

Agriculture Floral NO 4-H ENTRIES

Animal Entries and Vet Check (Mail Entry Forms by Aug. 1)

Tuesday, Aug. 16 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 17 3 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 18 8 a.m.

Goats Llamas & Alpacas Sheep Swine Cattle Open Optional

Market Auction Poultry Market Rabbits Market Poultry

4-H Dogs

4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

4 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Poultry Cavies Rabbit

Horses Open Animals

8:30 a.m.

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Large Animal Round Robin

1. Senior & Intermediate Champions in Fitting & Showing for each type large animal may compete in the Large Animal Round Robin.  a) The following types of animals will be shown: beef, dairy, swine, sheep, dairy goats, llamas, and pygmy goats. 2. Exhibitor’s animals will be used unless found to be unsafe to be shown by other exhibitors. 3. Exhibitors will be expected to answer knowledge questions for each of the animal types. Questions could be written or oral. 4. Time limit: 10 minutes for each type of animal. 5. Exhibitors will be judged solely on their ability to show the animal — NOT on the grooming of the animal. There will be a Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion. All participants will receive a prize. Judging scores will be posted.

Small Animal Round Robin

1. Senior and Intermediate Champions in Fitting & Showing for each type of small animal may compete in the Small Animal Round Robin (dogs will be determined by Grand Champion placing).  a) The following types of animals will be shown: dogs, cats, rabbits, poultry, and cavies (other animals may be added upon the discretion of the sponsors). 2. Exhibitor's animals will be used unless found to be unsafe to be shown by other exhibitors. 3. Exhibitors will be expected to answer knowledge questions for each of the animal types. Questions could be written or oral. 4. Time limit: 10 minutes for each type of animal. 5. Exhibitors will be judged solely on their ability to show the animal — NOT on the grooming of the animal. There will be a Grand Champion and a Reserve Grand Champion. All participants will receive a prize. Judging scores will be posted.

Open Cattle

Superintendent: Julie Mowbray 457-5403 If space becomes a problem exhibitors will be limited to 5 animals. General rules of County Fair apply. Open classes available to Youth, Adults, and Seniors. 1. An entrance fee of $3.60 per animal will be charged on entries in the open division. In group classes, no entry fee will be charged, but you must list the class you will enter by number and the animals which will make up these classes. 2. Animals will be vet checked and entered into the barn Tuesday or Wednesday, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Any animal to be viewed by the public that has an injury that is unsightly will not be allowed at the Fair. 3. Entry forms for cattle entered in Type must be accompanied by a copy of the registration papers (except steer classes). Animals under one year of age may be exhibited if eligible for registration and accompanied by the registration number of the Sire and Dam. NO EXCEPTIONS! Registration copies will be returned at Fair time. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Julie Mowbray, 103 Champion Rd., Port Angeles, WA 98362. 4. Entry forms must be on the correct color of paper – 4‑H on Green, FFA on Blue, Open Youth on Pink, and Open Adult on White. Entry forms are available at the Fair Office. 5. Specific Health Requirements:  a) It is recommended that all heifers eligible for Brucellosis (Bangs) vaccination be vaccinated prior to the Fair.  b) Non-vaccinated heifers, over 1 year of age, may be exhibited provided they have tested negative for Brucellosis.  c) All eligible heifers or cows 1 year or older must have been vaccinated against Brucellosis. 

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d) Plan ahead – it requires up to 10 days to receive blood test results from the laboratory for animals requiring a Brucellosis test.  e) Any animal whose owner can not produce evidence of vaccination, in the form of a tattoo, must have a negative official Brucellosis test done through a State or Federal laboratory within 90 days prior to the opening of Fair. Dehorned cattle must be healed over and there must be no evidence of frontal sinus infection at the time of entry. Elective dehorning of cattle while at the Clallam County Fair is prohibited. Accidental horn injuries will be handled by a Veterinarian. It is recommended by the official Veterinarian that all cattle be vaccinated with two doses of shipping fever bacteria, the last dose given approximately 10 days before the first day of the Fair. Secondly, since Infectious-Bovine-Thinotrachetis is a problem among cattle commingled at Fairs, it is recommended that animals be vaccinated against I.B.R. in accordance with methods prescribed by a licensed Veterinarian. Each animal and herd must be identified as to breed, age, sex, and name of owner. In group classes, all animals must be shown in an individual class to be eligible. In group classes, all animals kept on the same farm and owned by different members of the same family will be considered as one exhibit and the family unit as one exhibitor. No nurse cows or calves allowed in the barn. All animals must be exhibited in their respective classes. All exhibitors are responsible for cleaning out stalls completely on Sunday night, unless other arrangements have been made in advance with barn Superintendent. A 4-H club will clean stalls for $4.00 per head.

CATTLE AWARD B R W $36 $30 $25 HERDSMANSHIP: Open class Herdsmanship Award to be awarded to the exhibitor (with exhibit containing a minimum of two animals) scoring highest on preparation of exhibit, appearance, and attitude of exhibitor, care of exhibit, and educational display. Premiums for Herdsmanship will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in both Dairy and Beef.

Dairy Division

Classes – Saturday, 11 a.m. HO – Holstein GU – Gurnsey JE – Jersey MS – Milking Shorthorn BS – Brown Swiss OT – Other Breeds (will be shown by breed – specify breed).


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1. Junior heifer, born after March 1, current year. 2. Intermediate heifer, born Dec. 1, previous year, through Feb. 28, current year. 3. Senior heifer, born Sept. 1 through Nov. 30, previous year. 4. Summer yearling heifer, born June 1 through Aug. 31, previous year. 5. Junior yearling heifer, born March 1 through May 31, previous year. 6. Winter yearling, born Dec. 1, two years previous, through Feb. 28, one year previous. 7. Senior yearling heifer, born Sept. 1, two years previous, through Nov. 30, two years previous. 8. Two year old unfreshened heifer born Sept. 1, three years previous, through Aug. 31, two years previous. 9. Two year old, born Sept. 1, three years previous, through Aug. 31, two years previous 10. Three year old, born Sept. 1, four years previous, through Aug. 31, three years previous. 11. Four year old, born Sept. 1, five years previous, through Aug. 31, four years previous. 12. Aged cows, five years and over, born before Sept. 1, five years previous. 13. Dry cow, any age. 14. Dam/Daughter 15. Produce of Dam – consists of two females, the produce of one cow. 16. Best three females, any age, all bred and owned by exhibitor. 17. Best uddered cow. 18. Exhibitors herd – Five females, all owned by exhibitor. 19. Get of Sire – Four females, any age, sire must be named. 20. Bull calf – less than 10 months

Beef Division

Classes – Friday 10 a.m. AN – Angus HP – Polled Hereford SH – Shorthorn MH – Miniature Hereford SI – Simmental AR – Red Angus TA – Tarentaise OT – Other Breeds (shown by breed – specify breed). Junior heifer calf, calved after Jan. 1, same year Winter heifer calf, calved Nov. 1 – Dec. 31, previous year. Senior heifer calf calved Sept. 1 – Oct. 31, previous year. Late summer yearling heifer calved July 1 – Aug. 31, previous year. Early summer yearling heifer calved May 1 – June 30, previous year. Late junior yearling heifer, calved March 1 – April 30, previous year. Early junior yearling heifer calved Jan. 1 – Feb. 28, previous year. Senior yearling heifer calved Sept. 1 – Dec. 21, 2 years previous. Mature cow (must have calved). Cow/calf pair; (calf of current year). Junior bull calf calved after Jan. 1, same year. Winter bull calf, calved Nov. 1 – Dec. 31, previous year. Senior bull calf calved Sept. 1 – Oct. 31, previous year. Late summer yearling bull calved July 1 – Aug. 31, previous year. Early summer yearling bull calved May 1 – June 30, previous year. Late junior yearling calved March 1 – April 30, previous year. Early junior yearling bull calved Jan. 1 – Feb. 28, previous year. Senior yearling bull calved Sept. 1 – Dec. 31, previous year. Two year old bull calved March 1 – Aug. 31, two years previous. Aged bull. Pair of bulls, owned by exhibitor, must be shown in individual classes. Pair of heifers, owned by exhibitor, must be shown in individual classes. 23. Pair of calves, both sexes must be represented.

Produce of Dam: (2 animals, either sex; produce of 1 cow). Junior get of Sire: 3 animals, Sired by one Sire, any sex. Get of Sire: 3 animals, Sired by one Sire, both sexes represented. Best 5 head, owned by exhibitor, shown in individual classes.

CLASS ST: STEERS 1. Light feeder steers (less than 550 lbs.) 2. Medium feeder steers (550 to 900 lbs.) 3. Heavy feeder steers (over 900 lbs.) 4. Commercial market steers finished for slaughter. 5. Specialty market steers finished for slaughter.

Open Horse

Superintendent: Judy Richmond 683-4837 1. General rules of County Fair apply. 2. Animals must pass vet check. 3. Animals shown in 4-H may be shown in open only by the same 4-H member. 4. Participants with animals on exhibit must do herdsmanship and have an adult on duty during Fair hours each day. 5. Stalls must be cleaned and checked by Super before leaving after 7 p.m. Sunday or premiums will be pulled. 6. Only animals stalled in barns may be shown in open classes. Space is limited. 4H and FFA have priority for stalls.

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7. All exhibitors must wear approved safety helmets. 8. Entries are due by August 1st. Send to Judy Richmond, 563 E. Silberhorn Rd., Sequim, WA 98382. 9. Classes and age divisions may be changed depending on entries. 10. Herdsmen must be appropriately dressed and wearing boots. CLASS 1. Herdsmanship (4H and FFA not eligible) 2. Stock Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 3. Bareback Equitation Walk/Trot 4. English Equitation Saddle Seat Walk/Trot 5. Trail Horse Walk/Trot 6. English Hunt Seat Equitation Walk/Trot Miniature Horse Classes (38” and under) Fitting & Showing – Open Ground Driving – Open Obstacles In Hand Jumping In Hand Equitation Over Fences

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Open Goat

Superintendent: Shirley Gump 461-6447 These rules are in addition to the rules listed in the Fairs Exhibitors Guide under General Rules, General Rules: Livestock, and General & Minimum Animal Health Requirements For County Fairs, so please make sure you have read these sections. 1. Entry Forms – Entries must be received at the Fair Office or postmarked by August 1st; mailed entries should be sent to Clallam County Fair, ATTN: Goat Barn, 1608 West 16th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363. Additional forms may be used if more space is needed.

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2. Mandatory barn cleanup is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, July 30th, at 10 a.m. – Please check with Goat Barn Superintendent to make sure it is still happening on this day. If you know you will not be able to attend please call and let the Superintendent know when you would be available to help. We are often working on the barn before and after this day so there is plenty of opportunity to put some time in helping. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. You may wish to bring lunch or a snack in case you get hungry. 3. Exhibitors Meeting will be Wednesday, August 17th, at 9 a.m. If you are unable to attend, please let the Superintendent know as soon as you are able. We will go over things such as rules, evacuation plans, expectations and barn duty. 4. Exhibitors need to bring – barn cleaning supplies, buckets, grain and tack. Tack and personal items will be stored in designated areas only. Hay (if you choose to bring your own) will either need to be stored at your campsite or there may be room in the barn for hay depending on number of entries. Cleaning equipment can be stored at your campsite or be neatly stored in wash area at owner’s risk, as it often gets borrowed. 5. Exhibitors must decorate and display educational materials in their area of the barn as part of herdsmanship.

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Decorations are to be in place by 9 p.m. Wednesday. 6. All exhibitors must participate in herdsmanship duties in the barn. This will be discussed at the Exhibitor Meeting. 7. No food, drink, or water bottles allowed in the barn. A designated area to store and eat food will be announced at the Exhibitor Meeting. 8. All animals must be in their pens, with animal chores completed, and pens presentable to the public from 9 a.m. until Fair closes each day. Animals are to remain in their pens during Fair hours except for shows or demonstrations approved by the Superintendent or the Assistant. 9. Exhibitors must be clean, neat, and appropriately attired for public exhibit and safety. No sandals, open toe shoes or bare feet.  No roughhousing or running in the barn or use of loud or profane language. 10. All clipping must be done in the designated areas only. Bathing and clipping should be done at home prior to bringing your animal to Fair if at all possible; this is less stressful for your animal. 11. Base date for computing age of animal shall be the day the animal is to be judged, Proof of date of birth may be required so come prepared. If proof of age is not available, the Superintendent will decide the age class of the animal. 12. Barn Superintendent reserves the right to combine or cancel classes. 13. Any animal that is deemed unruly or dangerous by the Superintendent, will be asked to leave the Fair immediately. Superintendent reserves the right to reject any exhibit/entry on the basis of health. 14. Failure to follow barn rules could result in loss of premium points. 15. Superintendent reserves the right to limit entries as needed due to low pen space. 16. Animals shown in group classes must have been shown in their regular type class. Showing horned goats: The definition of horns includes “scurs” (horn re-growth), that extend more than one inch beyond the skin. Horned, non-dairy goats may be exhibited. Non-dairy horned goats may be shown in market and breed classes but they must have horn tips covered as a safety precaution. No youth under age 7 may show a horned goat of any breed. No dairy goats with horns are permitted. For a horned animal to be exhibited it must have its horn tips covered. If the non-dairy goat has scurs, these scurs cannot exceed 1” in length without the horn tips being covered. No Bucks over 3 months of age, there will be no classes for bucks, but if you have a buckling who is still on his dam he may be permitted in the barn. If pen space is low Does and Wethers will have preference. Misc goat CLAsses

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CLASS 153: GOAT HERD 60 40 20 Lot 1 – Dam & Daughter (owned by exhibitor) Lot 2 – Produce of Dam (2 does any age from same Dam, owned by exhibitor) Lot 3 – Get of Sire (3 does any age from same Sire, owned by exhibitor) Lot 4 – Farm Herd (3 does any age, owned by exhibitor) Lot 5 – Club Herd (3 does any age, from one club, must be owned by 2 or more exhibitors.)

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class 154: GOAT AGILITY – Obstacle course B R W P 15 10 8 5 Lot 1 – Primary Lot 2 – Junior Lot 3 – Intermediate Lot 4 – Senior A fun course for kids and goats. Jump over jumps, go through hoops, weave through poles and etc. Shows how well the handler and goat works as a team. pygmy/pygora goat 1. Goats may be shown with nylon or leather collar, or neck chain (short leads are ok). 2. Pygmy goat exhibitors should wear long dark pants (black preferred) and white shirts when showing their animals. Classes 252-253 B R W 60 40 20 CLASS 252 – PYGMY GOAT CLASS 253 – PYGORA GOAT LOT: 1. Wether under 1 year of age 2. Wether over 1 year of age 3. Doe 0-6 months of age – never freshened 4. Doe 6-12 months of age – never freshened 5. Doe 12-24 months of age – never freshened 6. Doe over 24 mo. of age – never freshened 7. Doe over 2 mo. and under 24 mo. of age – first freshening 8. Doe 2-4 years of age – ever freshened 9. Doe 4 years and older – ever freshened DAIRY GOAT All does in milk must be milked completely after 7 p.m. of the night before the does are to be exhibited for Type. The Superintendent of the Goat Show has sole authority and responsibility to certify that each animal has been milked. All dairy goats must be polled or dehorned. Dairy goats may not cross enter into meat classes (dairy wethers may be shown in meat or utility classes). All dairy goats must be milked 2 times per 24 hour period, unless otherwise approved by Superintendant. There will be two milk stands available for use at the Fair. Bring your own grain dish. You are responsible to clean up after yourself and put your milking supplies back in the tack room when you have finished milking. Milk is to be taken to the drain by the cattle barn, not to be dumped in the wash-rack drain or in bathrooms. Dairy Goat Showmen are to wear white shirts and white pants for FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP class. B R W Classes 352-358 60 40 20 CLASS 352 – ALPINE CLASS 353 – LAMANCHA CLASS 354 – NUBIAN CLASS 355 – NIGERIAN DWARF CLASS 356 – TOGGENBURG CLASS 357 – ALL OTHER PUREBREDS (WILL BE SHOWN BY BREED)


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CLASS 358 – GRADE Lot 1 – 0-3 months Lot 2 – 3-6 months Lot 3 – 6-12 months Lot 4 – 1 year – under 2 never in milk Lot 5 – 1 year – under 2 in milk Lot 6 – 2 years – under 3 in milk Lot 7 – 3 years – under 5 in milk Lot 8 – Does 5 years and over in milk MEAT GOAT 1. Goats may be shown with nylon or leather collar, or neck chain (short leads are ok). 2. Exhibitors should wear long dark pants (black preferred) and white shirts when showing their animals. Classes 452-455 B R W 60 40 20 CLASS 452 – BOER (purebred and fullblood) CLASS 453 – ALL OTHER BREEDS (will be shown by breed) CLASS 454 – CROSS BREEDS (including percentage Boers and Dairy/ Meat crossbreeds) Lot 1 – Does under 3 months Lot 2 – Does 3-6 months Lot 3 – Does 6-9 months Lot 4 – Does 9-12 months Lot 5 – Does 12-24 months, never kidded Lot 6 – Does 1-2 years, kidded Lot 7 – Does 2-3 years, kidded Lot 8 – Does 3-5 years, kidded Lot 9 – Does over 5 years, kidded CLASS 455 – MARKET GOATS (all breeds judged together) All animals are to be under one year of age. LOT: 1. Feeder (under 65 lbs.) 2. Market (over 65 lbs.) PACK/UTILITY GOAT Goats may be shown with nylon or leather halter or collar on short leads. Exhibitors should wear long dark pants (black preferred) and white shirts when showing their animals. Pack goats will wear a pack (provided by owner) for the fitting & showmanship class. The trail course will be a part of the fitting & showmanship class. Classes 552-553 B R W 60 40 20 CLASS 552 – PACK GOATS CLASS 553 – HARNESS GOATS (Classes 502 & 503 may be combined depending on number of entries) Animals to be judged on conformation Lot 1 – Wether under 1 year of age Lot 2 – Wether 1 – 2 years of age Lot 3 – Wether 2 – 3 years of age Lot 4 – Wether over 3 years of age Lot 5 – Does under 1 year of age Lot 6 – Does 1 – 3 years of age Lot 7 – Does over 3 years of age B R W CLASS 554 – HARNESS GOAT PRECISION DRIVING 30 20 10 Lot 1 – Adult (18 years & over)

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Lot 2 – Teen (13 to 17 years old) Lot 3 – Youth (7 to 12 years old) Lot 4 – PeeWee (6 years & under)

Open Llama/Alpaca

Superintendent: Shirley Gump 461-6447 These rules are in addition to the rules listed in the Fairs Exhibitors Guide under General Rules, General Rules: Livestock, and General & Minimum Animal Health Requirements For County Fairs, so please make sure you have read these sections. 1. Entry Forms – Entries must be received at the Fair Office or postmarked by August 1st; mailed entries should be sent to Clallam County Fair, ATTN: Goat/Llama Barn, 1608 West 16th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363. Additional forms may be used if more space is needed. 2. Mandatory barn clean-up is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, July 30th at 10 a.m. – Please check with Goat/Llama Barn Superintendent to make sure it is still happening on this day, if you know you will not be able to attend please call and let the Superintendent know when you would be available to help, we are often working on the barn before and after this day so there is plenty of opportunity to put some time in helping. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. You may wish to bring lunch or a snack in case you get hungry. 3. Exhibitors Meeting will be Wednesday, August 17th at 9 a.m. – If you are unable to attend please let the Superintendant know as soon as you are able. We will go over things such as rules, evacuation plans, expectations and barn duty. 4. Exhibitors need to bring – barn cleaning supplies, buckets, grain, and tack. Tack and personal items will be stored in designated areas only. Hay (if you choose to bring your own) will either need to be stored at your campsite or there may be room in the barn for hay depending on number of entries. Cleaning equipment can be stored at your campsite or be neatly stored in wash area at owner’s risk, as it often gets borrowed. 5. Exhibitors must decorate and display educational materials in their area of the barn as part of herdsmanship. Decorations are to be in place by 9 p.m. Wednesday. 6. All exhibitors must participate in herdsmanship duties in the barn. This will be discussed at the Exhibitor Meeting. 7. No food, drink, or water bottles allowed in the barn. A designated area to store and eat food will be announced at the Exhibitor Meeting. 8. All animals must be in their pens, with animal chores completed, and pens presentable to the public from 9 a.m. until Fair closes each day. Animals are to remain in their pens during Fair hours except for shows or demonstrations approved by the Superintendent or the Assistant. 9. Exhibitors must be clean, neat, and appropriately attired for public exhibit and safety. No sandals, open toe shoes or bare feet. No roughhousing or running in the barn or use of loud or profane language. 10. All clipping must be done in the designated areas only. Bathing and clipping should be done at home prior to bringing your animal to Fair if at all possible; this is less stressful for your animal. 11. Base date for computing age of animal shall be the day the animal is to be judged, Proof of date of birth may be required so come prepared. If proof of age is not available, the Superintendent will decide the age class of the animal. 12. Barn Superintendent reserves the right to combine or cancel classes.


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13. Any animal that is deemed unruly or dangerous by the Superintendent, will be asked to leave the Fair immediately. Superintendent reserves the right to reject any exhibit/entry on the basis of health. 14. Failure to follow barn rules could result in loss of premium points. 15. Open showmanship can be entered by adults and non 4-H / FFA youth. 16. Open Obstacle can be entered by adults and non 4-H / FFA youth. 17. Llama/Alpaca Show day and time to be announced. 18. Llamas and Alpacas shall be shown in black halters and lead ropes with no knots or loops. CLASSES – TBA

Open Poultry

Superintendent: Karen Dybedal 360-452-9172 Open Classes available to Youth, Adults, and Seniors All poultry that are going to public exhibition, including exhibition, exotic, and game birds, but excluding waterfowl, doves, and pigeons must: Come from U.S. Pullorum-Typhoid Clean or equivalent flocks, as defined in the National Poultry Improvement Plan and Auxiliary Provisions, Title 9 CFR, Section 145.53; or have had a negative Pullorum-Typhoid test within ninety days before going to public exhibition. The department maintains a copy of the National Poultry Improvement Plan and Auxiliary Provisions for public inspection. You may also find the information on the internet at www.access.gpo.gov/nara/ cfr/waisidx_06/9cfrv1_06.html. This is in compliance with WAC 16-59-030.

3. Birds that are dirty or suffering from disease or infestation will not be allowed, at the discretion of the Superintendent. Exhibition poultry shall originate from a US Pullorum-Thyphoid clean or equivalent flock or have had a negative Pullorum-Thyphoid test within 90 days of the movement to the public exhibition. 4. The judge will not award a First Prize on any specimen unless it is worthy of it. No birds will be allowed to compete for more than one prize. 5. Birds shown in a trio or pen cannot be shown as singles. 6. Substitution only in same class, breed, variety, and lot. Substitutions $1.00 each. 7. Due to the time of year, judging will be done by comparison to the American Standard of Perfection and against their breed and/or variety. 8. The Fair will use every precaution in its power to protect the birds, but it will not be responsible for injury, loss, damage, theft, fire or other. 9. Birds will be released at 7 p.m. on Sunday. Exhibitors are responsible for cleaning their own cages before checking out or you may forfeit your premiums. For those wishing to have their cages cleaned for check out, a fee of $3 per cage, paid to the barn Superintendent.

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RULES: 1. Due to limited cage space all entries must be received by August 1st. Please mail entries to Karen Dybedal, 246 Mountain Springs Ln., Port Angeles, WA 98362. Exhibitors are responsible for the daily care and feeding of their own animals and must clean their own cages each morning. For a fee of $5 per cage, paid to the barn Superintendent, your cages can be cleaned each morning for you. Failure to provide care for your animal will forfeit your premiums and you will be asked to take your animal home. 2. General rules of County Fair apply. All birds are required to have numbered leg bands. Entries will be taken at the barn on, Wednesday, between 4 p.m. & 7 p.m.

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CLASS – NO OPEN FITTING & SHOWING CONTEST B R W 30 20 10 1. Standard 2. Bantams 3. Crossbreed 4. Turkey 5. Duck 6. Geese 7. Pigeon 8. Large Dove 9. Market Poultry (Poultry weighing a minimum of 5 lbs. each in a pen of 3. Must be purchased between June 15th & June 30th and must be 55-60 days old at Fair weigh-in). 10. Educational Display (Limit 2) 15 10 8 11. Educational Poster (Limit 2) 10 8 6 12. Poultry Equipment – must be made by exhibitor (see still life class 67) LOTS (single = one bird) (Y/O = young/old) 1. Cock 2. Cockerel 3. Hen 4. Pullet 5. Trio 6. Pen 7. Hen Y/O 8. Tom Y/O 9. Duck Y/O 10. Drake Y/O 11. Goose Y/O 12. Gander Y/O EGGS Premiums Allowed B R W 10 8 6 Class 1 – White Class 2 – Brown Class 3 – Other (Ameraucana Araucana, duck, etc.) LOT: (same for each class) A. Jumbo Min. Wt. – 30 oz/doz. B. X Large Min. Wt. – 27 oz/doz. C. Large. Min. Wt. – 24 oz/doz. D. Medium. Min. Wt. – 21 oz/doz. E. Small. Min. Wt. – 18 oz/doz. F. X Small. Min. Wt. – 17 oz/doz. Eggs must be from Exhibitor’s Flock.

Open Cavy

Superintendent: Kelly Jackson 360-775-0853 Open classes available to Youth & Adults RULES: 1. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Kelly Jackson, 903 West 15th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363 or emailed to billskart@wavecable.com. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 2. Entries will be judged by ARBA standards. General Rules of the County Fair will also apply. 3. All animals are entered and shown at the risk of the exhibitor. Due care and caution will be exercised by the Fair Board, Superintendent, Judge, and table help to prevent injury. The Fair and its volunteers may not be held responsible for any death or loss due to fire, theft, or accident that results in injury.

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4. Entries must include breed, variety or color, class or age, sex, and ear tag number. All cavies will be judged in the class written on the entry form. Best of Breeds only will go up for Best in Show. No Crossbreeds will be eligible for Best in Show. 5. Substitutions can be made up to the check-in date by notifying the Superintendent but only for the same breed, variety, class, and sex. 6. Any animals showing signs of being tampered with, or in any way altered to enhance its show ability, will be removed from the show table and the exhibitor will forfeit all premiums. 7. Animals will be accepted in the barn the Wednesday before Fair between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. All animals must have an ear tag PRIOR to the Fair. Vet Check is mandatory prior to cooping. Any animal showing signs of illness, infestation, or is dirty, will not be allowed in the barn. 8. Cavies under 12 oz. may not be shown. 9. Lots: Junior – less than 4 months & 12-22 oz., Intermediate – 4 to 6 months & 23-32 oz., Senior – over 6 months & over 32 oz. 10. Exhibitors are to bring their own water bottles and dishes for their animals. Exhibitors are responsible for the daily care and feeding of their own animals and must clean their own cages each morning. A fee of $10 per cage, paid to the barn Superintendent, will provide morning cleaning for you. For an additional $4 per animal, daily feeding can also be arranged. Failure to provide care and feed for your animal will forfeit your premiums and you will be asked to take your animal home. 11. Exhibitors are to bring their own animals to the show tables on Saturday for Type Judging. If unable, it is the exhibitor’s responsibility to arrange for someone to do so for them. The Fair and barn Superintendent will not be held responsible if an animal fails to make it to the judging table. 12. Animals will be released at 7 p.m. on the Sunday of the Fair. No animals may leave the barn prior to this time or you may forfeit your premiums. Exhibitors are responsible to clean their own cages before checking out. Failure to do so may forfeit your premium.  For those wishing to have their cages cleaned for check out, a fee of $3 per cage may be paid to the barn Superintendent. CLASSES Purebreds Crossbreeds Educational Display (Limit 2) Educational Poster (Limit 2) Cavy Equipment (Must be made by exhibitor)

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Open Rabbit

Superintendent: Kelly Jackson 360-775-0853 Open classes available to Youth & Adults RULES: 1. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Kelly Jackson, 903 West 15th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363 or emailed to billskart@wavecable.com. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 2. Entries will be judged by ARBA standards. General Rules of the County Fair will also apply. 3. All animals are entered and shown at the risk of the exhibitor. Due care and caution will be exercised by the Fair Board, Superintendent, Judge, and table help to prevent injury. The Fair and its volunteers may not be held responsible for any death or loss due to fire, theft, or accident that results in injury. 4. Entries must include breed, variety or color, class or age, sex, and ear tag number. All rabbits will be judged in the class written on the entry form. Best of Breeds only will go up for Best in Show. No Crossbreeds will be eligible for Best in Show. 5. Substitutions can be made up to the check-in date by notifying the Superintendent but only for the same breed, variety, class, and sex. 6. Any animals showing signs of being tampered with, or in any way altered to enhance its show ability, will be removed from the show table and the exhibitor will forfeit all premiums. 7. Animals will be accepted in the barn the Wednesday before Fair between 4 and 7 p.m. Market Rabbits (meat pens) will be weighed in between 3 and 4 p.m. All animals must have permanent and legible ear tag PRIOR to the Fair. Vet Check is mandatory prior to cooping. Any animal showing signs of illness, infestation, or is dirty, will not be allowed in the barn. Nursing does will not be allowed at Fair. 8. Rabbits under 12 weeks of age (except Market Rabbit) may not be shown. 9. Exhibitors are to bring their own water bottles and dishes for their animals. Exhibitors are responsible for the daily care and feeding of their own animals and must clean their own cages each morning. For a fee of $10 per cage, paid to the barn Superintendent, your cages can be cleaned each morning for you. For an additional $4, daily feeding may also be arranged. Failure to provide care and feed for your animal will forfeit your premiums and you will be asked to take your animal home. 10. Exhibitors are to bring their own animals to the show tables on Saturday for Type Judging. If unable, it is the exhibitor’s responsibility to arrange for someone to do so for them. The Fair and barn Superintendent will not be held responsible if an animal fails to make it to the judging table. 11. Animals will be released at 7 p.m. on the Sunday of the Fair. No animals, ribbons, or posters may leave the barn prior to this time or you may forfeit your premiums. Exhibitors are responsible to clean their own cages before checking out or you may forfeit your premiums. For those wishing to have their cages cleaned for check out, a fee of $5 per cage may be paid to the barn Superintendent. 12. Exhibitors must complete 1 hour of barn duty per day, for livestock care. CLASSES B R W Purebreds – Type 30 20 10 Crossbreeds – Type 30 20 10 Fur and Wool 30 20 10 Market Rabbits Single Fryer (Not over 10 weeks and not over 5 lbs.) 15 12 8 Meat Pen (3 rabbits, all the same breed and variety, not over 10 weeks and not over 5 lbs. each) 15 12 8

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B R W Pelt (Fur product made by exhibitor) 12 8 4 Pelts (Must be tanned by exhibitor, limit of 3 tanned hides per lot) 12 8 4 Rabbit Equipment (Must be made by exhibitor) 12 8 4 Educational Display (Limit 2) 15 10 8 Educational Poster (Limit 2) 10 8 6 NO OPEN FITTING & SHOWING CONTEST!

Open Sheep

Division OSH Superintendent: Cyndie Stumbaugh 683-6495 Open classes available to Youth & Adults RULES: 1. General rules of County Fair apply. 2. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Cyndie Stumbaugh, 1005 Towne Rd., Sequim, WA 98382. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 3. Market lambs will not enter in breeding stock classes in the same division. 4. Champion and reserve champion rosettes will be awarded only if there is competition or quality to justify. 5. No crossbred rams, except in Natural Colored sheep. 6. Wool breeds to be shown in full fleece (for time of year). 7. All animals must be vet checked before being placed in pens and the Superintendent reserves the right to reject any entries on the basis of quality or signs of disease. 8. All animals (except market lambs) must have Scrapie Tag. 9. Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries per lot. B R W Class 650 Herdsmanship 30 20 10 Class 651 Open Fitting and Showing 40 30 20 4-H and FFA members currently enrolled in the Sheep project are not eligible for this class. Class 652 Border Cheviot Class 653 Dorset Class 654 Hampshire Class 655 Montadale Class 656 North Country Cheviot Class 657 Oxford Class 658 Shropshire Class 659 Suffolk Class 660 Southdown Class 661 All other Breeds – Down (Meat) (Will be shown by breed) Class 662 Border Leicester Class 663 Columbia Class 664 Corriedale Class 665 Lincoln Class 666 Romney


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Class 667 Targhee Class 668 All other Breeds – Wool (Will be shown by breed) Class 669 Natural Colored Class 670 Natural Colored Lincoln Class 671 Natural Colored Romney Class 672 Crossbred (ewes only) Class 673 Wooly Wethers B R W 60 40 20 Lot 1 Ram – 1 year old and under 2 years old (purebred only) Lot 2 Ram lamb – under 1 year old Lot 3 Ewe lamb – under 1 year old Lot 4 Yearling Ewe – 1 year old and under 2 years old Lot 5 Aged Ewe – 2 years and older Lot 6 Best Pair (best 2 sheep owned by exhibitor) Lot 7 Young flock (1 ram and 2 ewes of any age) Lot 8 Flock (1 yearling ram, 1 ram lamb, 1 ewe lamb, 2 ewes) Every animal must show in proper singles lot before entering in any group lot. MARKET LAMB Exhibitors are limited to 2 market lambs in each lot. Lambs must be under 1 year of age. 1. Only wethers and ewes are eligible to compete in market class. Rams are not eligible. 2. Slick shorn is recommended and wool length will be no longer than 3/8” extended. 3. There are no breed classes for market lambs. If there are more than 10 entries, lambs may be divided into two or more classes according to weight. 4. Lambs will be classified into market grades and placed within that grade. Class 680 Market Lambs 60 40 20 Lot 1 Market Lamb (90 lbs. And over) Lot 2 Feeder Lamb (60 to 90 lbs.)

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B R W Class 684 Educational Poster/Displays 10 8 6 Limit 2 per exhibitor Lot 1 Poster Lot 2 Display Class 687 Costume Class Class 689 Lad & Ladies Lead This is a ribbon only class. Outfits must be at least 70% wool and a written description of outfit and the entrants must be provided.

Open Fleece

Division OF Superintendent: Cyndie Stumbaugh 683-6495 RULES: 1. Fleece must be shorn from sheep owned by the exhibitor. 2. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Cyndie Stumbaugh, 1005 Towne Rd., Sequim, WA 98382. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 3. Fleece must have been shorn this year. 4. Fleeces shall not be more than 12 months growth. 5. Fleeces must be rolled, flesh side out, in a manner to allow their being handled. Mohair fleece should be packaged appropriately. 6. Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries per lot. 7. Fleeces will be judged on color of wool, cleanliness, packaging, weight of fleece, length of fiber, uniformity of grade, density, brightness, luster, crimp, lock size, and absence of defects and foreign matter. 8. Fleeces showing evidence of moths or moth damage shall be immediately disqualified. 9. Entries must be whole fleece, not just a sample. B R W Class 310 White Wool (Meat Type Breeds) 35 25 15 Class 311 White Wool (Wool Type Breeds) Lot 1 Fine Lot 2 Medium Lot 3 Coarse Lot 4 Braid


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Class 312 Natural Colored Wool Class 313 Mohair (Angora Goat) Class 314 Cashmere Class 315 Llama (Sheared) Lot 1 Double Coat (Llama aged 2 years and under) Lot 2 Double Coat (Llama older than 2 years) Lot 3 Single Coat (Llama aged 2 years and under) Lot 4 Single Coat (Llama older than 2 years) Class 316 Llama (Combed) Lot 1 Double Coat (Llama aged 2 years and under) Lot 2 Double Coat (Llama older than 2 years) Lot 3 Single Coat (Llama aged 2 years and under) Lot 4 Single Coat (Llama older than 2 years) Class 317 Angora (Rabbit) Class 318 Alpaca Lot 1 Huacaya (Alpaca aged up to 1 year) Lot 2 Huacaya (Alpaca aged 1 to 2 years) Lot 3 Huacaya (Alpaca aged over 2 years) Lot 4 Suri (Alpaca aged up to 1 year) Lot 5 Suri (Alpaca aged 1 to 2 years) Lot 6 Suri (Alpaca aged over 2 years Class 319 All Other Fiber

Superintendent has the right to limit the number of swine exhibited by an individual or family due to limited number of pens. 8. Limit 2 entries per Lot. Class 610 Berkshire Class 611 Chester White Class 612 Duroc Class 613 Hampshire Class 614 Landrace Class 615 Poland China Class 616 Spot Class 617 Yorkshire Class 618 All other Breeds Purebred Class 619 Cross Bred (Females Only) B R W 60 40 20 Lot 1 Junior Spring Gilt, (Farrowed after Mar 14, Current Year) Lot 2 Senior Spring Gilt, (Farrowed after Jan 1, and before Mar 14, Current Year) Lot 3 Senior Gilt, (Farrowed after Aug 1, and before Dec 31, Previous Year) Lot 4 Sow, (Farrowed before Aug 1, Previous Year) Lot 5 Sow and Litter (must have at least 6 piglets, 6 weeks or less in age) 70 50 30 Lot 6 Junior Spring Boar, (Farrowed after Mar 14, Current Year) Lot 7 Senior Spring Boar, (Farrowed after Jan 1, and before Mar 14,

Open Swine

Division OSW Superintendent: Bob Cristion 457-0870 Open classes available to Youth & Adults RULES: OUT-OF-STATE SWINE: Feeder and breeder swine must be tested negative to Pseudorabies within 30 days prior to entry or originate from a Pseudorabies qualified negative herd or are from states classified as Stage IV or V by the Pseudorabies eradication committee. Swine six months and over must be negative to a Brucellosis test 30 days prior to entry except swine originating from a validated Brucellosis free herd or state. 1. General rules of County Fair apply. 2. The Superintendent reserves the right to remove any entries on the basis of quality or signs of disease. 3. Any animals that are fighting or destroying the pens may have to be removed. 4. All pens must be cleaned before the Fair opens each day. 5. The Fair Veterinarian will check all animals prior to being placed into the barn. 6. Herdsmanship will be judged on an individual basis. 7. Pre-registration deadline is August 1st. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Bob Cristion, 243 Lilly Rd., Port Angeles, WA 98362. Space is limited, so enter early.

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Open Cat Show

Superintendent: Tara West 461-7535 An open cat show will be held Friday at 5 p.m. during the Clallam County Fair. Animals must have a certificate signed by a Veterinarian of current distemper series and rabies vaccinations. All open show cats must pass a vet check at the Fairgrounds, 8:30 a.m. Thursday morning. Owners must supply their own litter box, food and water dishes. Cats must be on harness and lead. Cages will be provided by the Fair. Cats must follow health and grooming rules listed under 4-H Cat section. Claws must be clipped. No training of cats is needed. Open show cats may only be on the fairgrounds from 5 p.m. until 1/2 hour after the show has concluded. Cats entered in the open show may not leave the cat barn area! The show is open to anyone wishing to show their cat who follows the rules above. For more information, call the barn Superintendent.

Agriculture

Superintendent: Mary Black 457-4347 Open classes available to Youth (under 16 yrs.), Adults (ages 16-62), Seniors (over 62 years), and Commercial. RULES: 1. The general rules of the Fair apply unless in conflict with regulations given below. All entries must be in place by 11:30 a.m. Wednesday prior to the opening day of the Fair. Because the Fair will be four days, wilted exhibits may be replaced by exhibitor or will be removed by Superintendent. 2. ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE THE PRODUCT OF CLALLAM COUNTY AND MUST HAVE BEEN GROWN BY EXHIBITOR. 3. NO BLEMISHED FRUIT WILL BE CONSIDERED BY THE JUDGES. No awards will be made on stock that does not individually merit it. Scab, rot, worm holes, scales or other insects will be sufficient to bar an exhibit. JUDGES WILL GIVE CONSIDERATION TO THE TIME OF YEAR AND WHAT THE WEATHER CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN IN JUDGING THE QUALITY OF THE PRODUCE ENTERED. Each exhibit should be uniform in size and color. All root crops should BE WASHED GENTLY, NOT SCRUBBED to the point that outside skin is injured. Vegetables such as beets, carrots, turnips and onions should have about one inch of stem and the root left on. Fine roots should be taken off, trimmed with shears or sharp knife to avoid injury to the exhibit. Onions should have one outside layer of dry skin left on. Vegetables such as cabbage and cauliflower should have at least one layer of protective leaves left on, and remove roots. If in doubt, prepare as done in supermarket produce section. 4. Plates for exhibiting will be furnished. 5. There will be a rosette ribbon awarded to the recipient of the greatest number of Blue Ribbons.

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6. All produce must be picked up Monday following the Fair between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. After that, it will be given to the FOOD BANK. AWARDS CLASSES You may enter different varieties of the following:

Fruits

APPLES AND PEARS Plate of 3 (may leave stem) SINGLE-PIT FRUIT Plate of 5 (unless otherwise noted) Cherries – 8 NUTS (both green & dry) Plate of 8 SMALL FRUITS Berries – 8

Vegetables

CABBAGE FAMILY One (unless otherwise noted) Brussels Sprouts – 6 Kohlrabi – 3 GARLIC 1 head or bulb Elephant or regular LEAF VEGETABLES Spinach or Swiss Chard – 1 Bunch ONIONS Plate of 3 (unless otherwise noted) Chives – 1 Plant (Bulb included) Green – 8 Multiplier or Pickling – 5 Shallots – 6 POTATOES Plate of 3 ROOT VEGETABLES Plate of 3 (unless otherwise noted) Mangel – 2 Radish – 8 SQUASHES Large variety – 1 Crookneck – 2 Gourd – 2 Scallop – 2 Small zucchini – 2

Other Vegetables

Quantities per plate as listed Asparagus – 8 Beans – 8 Celery – 1 bunch Corn Cobs – 2 (silk attached, some kernels showing) Cucumbers – 2 Green Peppers – 2 Peas in Pod – 8 Pickling Cucumbers – 8 Rhubarb – 2 Tomatoes (regular) – 3 Tomatoes (cherry type & smaller) – 8

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Herbs & Spices

Please bring enough of each entry to provide a nice display.

Seeds

1/2 pint jar Seeds need to be cleaned. NO wild seeds. NO flower seeds.

Honey

Liquid - 1 pint Combs (must be in a clear container)

Unusual Edible Vegetables

BEANS Very long beans (such as Yard Long Beans, Asparagus Beans, etc.) All other unusual beans not listed above. BEETS White Striped Golden Cylindrical BROCCOLI Rabb All other unusual broccoli not listed above. CABBAGES Mini types Colored other than green All other unusual cabbage not listed above. CARROTS Round Red Yellow, not orange All other unusual carrots not listed above. CAULIFLOWER Green Purple Romanesco All other unusual cauliflower not listed above. CUKES European seedless Asian types All other unusual cukes not listed above EGGPLANT Zebra Tango White Orient Charm Louisiana Long Green Snowy Kermit Maciau All other types of eggplant not listed above.

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GREENS Amaranth Sorel Arugala Cress Kale All other unusual greens not listed above MELONS Charentais Melons Mango Melons Banana Melons Bitter Melons All other unusual melons not listed above. POTATOES Fingerlings All Red All Blue Red Gold All other types of potatoes not listed above. SQUASH Papaya Pear Sweet Dumpling Spaghetti Black Forest Amber Cup Eight Ball Pasta Hybrid All other types of squash not listed above. TOMATOES Granny Smith Hybrids (Pale yellow or white) Husk Tomatoes (may be called Ground Cherries) Green Tomatoes (such as Evergreen, Aunt Ruby’s German Green, etc., must be green when ripe) Yellow Tomatoes (such as Lemon Boy, etc., must be yellow not orange when ripe) Unusual Shapes (such as Banana Leg which is long and narrow, etc.) Black, Purple or Brown Striped Tomatoes (such as Pineapple Tomatoes – red, striped with white, Green Zebra, etc.) All other unusual types not listed above. OTHER Sprouts Fennel Chicory Burdock Root Celeriac (celery root) Jerusalem Artichokes Luffa

Container Gardening of Vegetables

Containers should be no larger than 18”x18” and must be freestanding.

Organic Gardening

Organic Gardening does not need to be certified, but must be chemical free.


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Fun Plants

This class has been added to compensate for some of Mother Nature’s most interesting developments.

Baled Hay

B R W 45 30 15

Alfalfa Hay Alfalfa / Grass Mixed Hay Grass Hay Oat Hay Other Baled hay will be judged by laboratory analysis based on content of fiber, protein, etc. Bales must be a full bale and delivered to the Fairgrounds by August 10.

JUDGING FOR DISPLAYS AND/OR EXHIBITS OTHER THAN INDIVIDUAL ENTRIES OF FRUITS, VEGETABLES OR HERBS: All exhibits/displays must be in place by 10 a.m. on Wednesday prior to Fair opening on Thursday. All exhibits in the building will be judged by the visitors going through the building (Peoples Choice). On Wednesday the building Superintendent will randomly assign numbers to exhibits including the Grange exhibits. Thursday, Friday & Saturday ballots will be available at both doors to the building. The ballot will ask each visitor to indicate their 1st, 2nd, & 3rd favorites by placing the exhibits number on their ballot. Each ballot will briefly list things to look for, such as: educational value; information regarding agriculture; beauty; items that are fun to see; if the exhibit has a theme, does the exhibit support the theme etc. A sign at each door will explain that voting will go on all day Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Saturday evening the votes will be totaled using arithmetic averaging with winners chosen to six places. The winners will be displayed Sunday. $500.00 will be awarded as follows: 1st $150.00, 2nd $125.00, 3rd $100.00, 4th $50.00, 5th $40.00 & 6th $35.00. No one will be directing visitors to any exhibit or display and the visitors will be free to move as they please.

Grange Booths

1. The articles shown in these booths should have been grown by members of the respective Granges during the current year with the exception of grass, seed, and grains which may be products of the previous year. Also, exhibits may be supplemented by products from other parts of the county. The fresh articles shown, whenever possible, should be grown by members of their respective Granges, during the current year. Exhibits may be supplemented for design purposes with purchased products. 2. Sheaf grains, grasses, and forage crops for silage may be displayed on the back wall in decorative form. Threshed grains, canned fruits, canned vegetables, seeds, etc., may be placed on the shelves. 3. Duplication of specimens is allowed only for the sake of artistic arrangements. 4. Side walls of the end booths and ceiling to be left undecorated. 5. ALL BOOTHS MUST BE COMPLETED BY 6:00 P.M. OF THE DAY PRIOR TO OPENING DAY. 6. Animated displays are permitted. 7. All specimens in booth shall be judgeable quality.

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Home Arts

Superintendent: Renee Holt 417-1188 RULES: 1. The general rules of the Fair apply unless in conflict with rules given below. 2. Exhibitors may enter more than one entry in a category, provided each is different. Exceptions are noted in the class and descriptions. 3. Professional work is from anyone who teaches for a fee or receives part or all of his income from sale of the product or service. “Professional” must be designated on entry form. 4. Judges or Superintendents reserve the right to disqualify an exhibit due to odor, stain, torn, or soiled items. An exhibit may be used but must be clean and presentable. Mending is acceptable for clothing exhibits. 5. Articles which have been awarded prizes in any previous County Fair are not eligible. 6. Articles must be the handiwork of the exhibitors; evidence will be required where doubt exists. 7. Judging will be by the Danish System, (Items will be judged against a standard and more than one blue premium may be awarded for an exhibit category.) 8. Articles must have been completed within 2 years prior to Fair except for culinary and food preservation entries which must have been prepared by exhibitors since last year’s Fair. 9. All pictures or wall hangings must have strong suitable hangers, OR WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. 10. An exhibitor can win only one special award in a class, when possible. 11. All clubs participating in booth competition must have booths complete by 3 p.m. Wednesday evening. First prize 250 pts., second prize 150 pts., third prize 100 pts., and 50 pts. for participation. 12. Entries to be picked up the Monday following Fair between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Specify which of the following categories apply to you when entering an exhibit. Show the category letters on the entry sheet and entry tag after the division number. ADULT – A CHILD (AGE 4-8) – C INTERMEDIATE (AGE 9-13) – I JUNIOR (AGE 14-16) – J SENIOR CITIZEN (62 & OLDER) – S HANDICAPPED – D SEMI-PROFESSIONAL – P AWARDS Baking and Food Preservations Albertsons – $100.00 Gift Certificate QFC – $25.00 Gift Certificate Sunny Farms – $35.00 Gift Certificate Washington Association of Wheat Growers To promote the use of wheat products, offers awards to the Best Overall Exhibit in the Yeast Baking Category in both Adult & Youth – 1st receives a Cookbook & Ribbon, 2nd receives a Cookbook. Lesaffre Yeast Corporation RED STAR Yeast and coupons for all culinary participants. RED STAR flexible cutting board, apron and measuring beaker for an award in the bread baking category.


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Quilting Quilting Straight – $50.00 Gift Certificate Bay Variety – $10.00 Gift Certificate Sequim Homemakers – $25.00 Weaving & Sewing Alley Cat Boutique – Gift Viking Sew & Vac – $10.00 Gift Certificate Sequim Sew & Vac – $10.00 Gift Certificate The entries designated first place from each category will receive the following: • Adults: One (1) five dollar coupon for Ball or Kerr Home Canning Products, one (1) Ball Blue Book Guide to Home Canning, Freezing and Dehydration and one (1) set of 48 Harvest Labels. • Youth: One (1) five dollar coupon for Ball or Kerr Canning Products, one (1) Ball Blue Book Guide to Home Canning, Freezing & Dehydration The entries designated second place from each category will receive the following: • Adults Only: One (1) five dollar coupon for Ball or Kerr Home Canning Products and one (1) Ball Blue Book Guide to Home Canning, Freezing and Dehydration. All winners submitted for award distribution agree to allow Alltrista Consumer Products to post their achievement to Alltrista’s website, www.homecanning.com. BEST OF CATEGORY: PICKLED FOODS AWARD Presented by BALL and KERR HOME CANNING PRODUCTS To promote the art of pickling foods & safe home canning, Alltrista Consumer Products Company is offering this special adult award category. Any entry meeting the following guidelines is eligible. The best pickled fruit or pickled vegetable prepared using 5% acidity vinegar, submitted by an adult and canned in a Ball Home Canning Jar and sealed with a Ball Cap or canned in a Kerr Home Canning Jar and sealed with a Kerr Cap shall be designated Best of Category: Pickled Foods. The entry designated the Best of Category: Pickled Foods received the following: One (1) complete Ball Home Canning Utensil Set (Jar Lifter, Canning Funnel, Lid Wand and Bubble FREER), one (1) set of 48 Harvest Vegetable Labels, one (1) set of Ball recipe brochures and one (1) five dollar coupon for Ball or Kerr Home Canning Products. BEST OF CATEGORY: SOFT SPREADS AWARD Presented by BALL and KERR HOME CANNING PRODUCTS and BALL FRUIT JELL PECTIN To promote the art of preparing soft spreads and safe home canning, Alltrista Consumer Products Company is offering this special adult award category. Any entry meeting the following guidelines is eligible. The best soft spread prepared using Ball Fruit Jell Pectin, submitted by an adult, canned in a Ball Home Canning Jar and sealed with a Ball Cap or canned in a Kerr Home Canning Jar and sealed with a Kerr Cap and must be prepare using one of the Ball Fruit Jell Pectins; poser, no sugar needed or liquid shall be designated Best of Category: Soft Spreads. The entry designated the Best of Category: Soft Spreads receives the following: One (1) set of 48 Harvest Fruit Labels, three (3) coupons for any variety Ball Fruit Jell Pectin, one (1) complete Jelly Strainer, one (1) Jelly Strainer Replacement Bag and one (1) set of Ball recipe brochures.

Sewing

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fabric, seams, hems, etc., appropriate to style and fabric, clean finished, general appearance. Tailored garments must show at least five of the following techniques: interfaced collar and/or facing, padded collar and/or lapel, lining, bound buttonholes, set-in sleeves, cuffs, interfacing in hems, set-in pockets or set-in waistband. CLASS A – INFANT AND CHILDREN’S CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES CLASS B – ADULT CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES CLASS C – INFANTS, CHILDREN, AND ADULT’S MADE OVER GARMENTS CLASS D – NON GARMENT SEWN ITEMS LOT 1. Accessory – Simple 2. Accessory – Complex 3. Apron (1 item per technique) 4. Appliqué, Large 5. Appliqué, Small 6. Bathroom Accessories, Sewn 7. Bedroom Accessories, Sewn 8. Bibs (set of 3) 9. Blouse 10. Bonnet or Hat 11. Booties or Slippers 12. Cape or Poncho 13. Clothing Ensemble (3 or more pieces) 14. Coat or Jacket 15. Costumes – Simple 16. Costumes – Complex 17. Curtains, Sewn 18. Doll 19. Doll Clothing (3) 20. Dress or Jumper 21. Fabric Art (machine embroidery, ribbon work, etc.) 22. Fabric Manipulated Design (smocking, pleating, etc.) 23. Jumpsuit or Pantsuit 24. Kitchen Accessories, Sewn 25. Nightwear 26. Pants or Jeans 27. Photo Album, Sewn 28. Pot Holders, Sewn 29. Purse/Bag 30. Quilted Clothing 31. Shirt 32. Skirt 33. Sportswear 34. Suit (2 pieces not tailored)

B R 8 6 10 8 6 4 10 8 8 6 10 8 10 8 6 4 10 8 6 4 6 4 10 8 30 20 20 15 10 8 30 20 8 6 8 6 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 20 15 8 6 15 10 15 10 8 6 8 6 10 8 15 10 10 8 10 8 15 10 15 10


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35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48.

Table Runners or Napkins Tailored Suit or Coat, Child’s Tailored Coat or Jacket Tailored Cape Tailored Suit Tailored Misc. Tailored Advanced Garment Thread Painting Toy Sewn, Small Toy Sewn, Medium Toy Sewn, Large Vest Misc. – Simple (describe on entry) Misc. – Complex (describe on entry)

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Needlework

CLASS F – BEADWORK CLASS G – COUNTED CROSSTITCH CLASS H – CROCHETING CLASS I – EMBROIDERY CLASS J – FULLED OR FELTED CLASS K – HAND SEWN ART CLASS L – KNITTING CLASS M – MACHINE ART LOT 1. Accessories, Adult 2. Accessories, Children 3. Afghan or Blanket, Baby 4. Afghan or Blanket, Twin or Full 5. Afghan or Blanket, Queen or King 6. Apron (1 entry per technique) 7. Baby Set (3 or more items)

B R 10 8 8 6 20 15 25 20 30 25 10 8 25 20

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41.

Baby Set (4 or more items) Bathroom Accessories Beadwork, Large Beadwork, Small Bedspread Bib (2 or more) Bonnet or Booties Bunting Cape or Poncho, Adult Cape or Poncho, Child Coat or Jacket, Adult Coat or Jacket, Child Curtains Cutwork, Large Cutwork, Small Doily up to 8” Doily 9”-15” Doily 16” and over Doll Doll Clothing (3) Dress, Adult Dress, Child Free Motion Embroidery Gloves/Mittens Handkerchiefs (3) Hats Kitchen Accessories (2) Lace, Bobbin, or Hand Made, Large Lace, Bobbin, or Hand Made, Small Placemats (4) with Napkins (4) Pictures, Framed (sm. To 15”) Pictures, Framed (med. 16”-20”) Pictures, Framed (lg. 21” or larger) Pillow

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B R 30 20 20 15 12 8 8 6 30 20 8 6 8 6 15 10 20 15 15 10 25 20 20 15 10 8 20 15 15 10 8 6 10 8 12 10 10 8 15 10 25 15 20 10 12 8 8 6 8 6 8 6 10 8 20 15 15 10 15 10 10 8 15 10 20 15 10 8


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Pillowcases, Pair Pin Cushion Pot Holders or Hot Pads (set of 2-3) Scarf Socks Slippers Suit (2 pieces), Adult Suit (2 pieces), Child Suit (3 pieces or more), Adult Suit (3 pieces or more), Child Sweater, Cardigan, Adult Sweater, Cardigan, Child Sweater, Pullover, Adult Sweater, Pullover, Child Tablecloth up to 30” Tablecloth up to 60” Tablecloth over 60” 59. Table Runner or Centerpiece Toys, Small Toys, Medium Toys, Large Vest or Sleeveless Garment, Adult Vest or Sleeveless Garment, Child Wall Hangings or Pulls Misc. Simple (describe on entry) Misc. Complex (describe on entry)

B R 12 10 8 6 8 6 8 6 8 6 10 8 25 20 15 10 30 25 25 15 15 10 10 8 15 10 10 8 15 10 20 15 25 20 10 8 8 6 10 8 12 10 15 12 12 10 12 10 8 6 15 12

Quilting

STANDARDS FOR JUDGING: Quilts consist of a top, filler and a backing, machine or hand quilted together. Comforters consist of a top, filler and a backing but are tied together. More than one entry is permitted if a different pattern or technique is used. All Work is done by exhibitor. CLASS N – COMFORTER AND COVERLETS CLASS O – PIECED QUILTS – HAND SEWN CLASS P – PIECED QUILTS – MACHINE SEWN CLASS Q – HERITAGE QUILTS (Participation Only) CLASS R – QUILTS BLOCKS CLASS S – GROUP QUILTS LOT B R Please advise if machine quilting was done professionally or by someone other than exhibitor. 1. Baby 35” x 43” 25 20 2. Twin/Double 60” x 87” 30 25 3. Queen/King 84” x 96” 35 30 Walls Quilts need an attached sleeve or tab 4. Wall Quilt sm. 20” x 30” 10 8 5. Wall Quilt med. over 30” 15 10 6. Wall Quilt lg. over 78” 20 15 Quilts block need to be unfinished 6” to 16” per lot and can be machine or hand sewn. The block must be accompanied by a 3x5 card with the name of the quilt block. 7. Appliqué Block(6-16”) 8 6 8. Combination Block 8 6 9. Foundation Pieced Block 8 6 10. Paper Pieced Block 8 6 11. Pieced Block 8 6 12. Other Block 8 6

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Heritage quilts can be any vintage or antique quilt that you would like to see displayed. This will not be judged and will receive a participation ribbon only. A story or history of the quilt is encouraged. 13. Heritage Quilt 14. Misc. – Simple (describe on entry) 8 6 15. Misc. – Complex (describe on entry) 15 12

Hand-Spun and Woven Items CLASS T – Hand-Woven Article (must include content and weave technique) LOT 133. Small woven item

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(2 hot pads, belt, small item of clothing, jewelry, other small item) 15 10

134. Medium woven item

17 12

135. Medium-large woven item

20 10

136. Large woven item

25 15

137. Hand-manipulated weaving

20 10

(2 bath towels, bath mat or rug, table runner, scarf, yardage (1 yard or more), 3 table mats, 2 mat and napkin sets, under 12” wall hanging, pillow, medium item of clothing, tote, bag, other similar sized items)

(shirt or blouse, skirt, child’s garment, 12-30” wall hanging, shawl, baby blanket, tablecloth, floor pillow, other similar sized item)

(afghan, over 30” wall hanging, dress, suit, jacket, coat, twin or larger blanket, bedspread, curtain, rug, other similar sized item)

(8” minimum, finished article) 138. Complex woven article (more than 4 harnesses)

30 20

FELTED OR FULLED ARTICLES 139. Small felt article

20 10

140. Medium felt article

25 15

141. Large felt article

30 20

(unspun felted material, wall hanging under 12”, simple three-dimensional piece, or similar item)

(12-30” wall hanging, moderately complex three-dimensional piece, slippers, child’s garment, household article, or similar item) (over 30” wall hanging, complex or large three-dimensional piece, adult garment, bedspread, or similar item)

MIXED MEDIA State techniques and contents used; must combine several techniques or diverse materials 142. Small mixed article 20 10 (unspun felted material, wall hanging under 12”, simple three-dimensional piece, or similar item)

143. Medium mixed article

25 15

144. Large mixed article

30 20

(12-30” wall hanging, moderately complex three-dimensional piece, household article, or similar item) (over 30” wall hanging, complex or large three-dimensional piece, adult garment, bedspread, or similar item)

HAND-SPUN YARN Hand-Spun Yarn (skeins must be tied with figure 8, minimum 50 yards or 2 oz.; state intended use) 145. Single ply yarn, wool 10 8 146. Single ply yarn, vegetable fiber 12 10 147. Single ply yarn, exotic fiber, silk, or blend 12 10 148. Multiple ply yarn, wool 12 10 149. Multiple ply yarn, vegetable fiber 15 12 150. Multiple ply yarn, exotic fiber, silk, or blend 15 12 151. Novelty yarn (state content, construction) 20 15 152. Hand-dyed yarn 15 12 (dyed by spinner, state dye method, dye), single ply

153. Hand-dyed yarn

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154. Hand-dyed novelty yarn

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155. Other handspun yarn

15 12

(dyed by spinner, state dye method, dye) (state content, construction)

HAND-SPUN ARTICLES Spun by entrant Must include 3 ft. butterfly of handspun State technique: knit, crochet, woven 156. Small item of handspun yarn

15 8

157. Medium item of handspun yarn

20 10

158. Large item of handspun yarn

25 15

(baby item, hot pads, jewelry, doll clothes, or similar item) (socks, child’s garment, shawl, bag, or similar item) (adult garment, blanket, or similar item)

159. Complex handspun item

30 20

(state degree of difficulty)

Hand-woven or hand-spun educational poster 160. 11” X 14 up to 14” X 22” 15 10 (Tell in pictures and words how to do a specific weaving or spinning technique)

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only. Pre-mix may be used. Cake, including display board, limited to 12”x15”x15” high. Semi-professional category also, specify on entry. 4. Recipe must accompany all entries. Recipes may be compiled and made available to the public unless exhibitor requests otherwise. 5. Due to limited exhibition space, entries may be reduced to small displays after judging. All excess will be donated to a charity. 6. Exhibitors may enter more than one kind in each Lot. Standards for Judging Uniform exterior size and shape, lightness, tenderness, moisture content of interior, color, both interior and exterior, texture, flavor and aroma according to product. CLASS A – BREADS LOT 1. Baking Powder Biscuits (5) 2. Bread (whole or half) 3. Coffee Cake (yeast) 4. Dinner Rolls 5. Flatbread 6. Machine Made Bread 7. Muffins (5) 8. Quick Bread (whole or half) 9. Raised Doughnuts 10. Sweet Rolls (5) 11. Misc. Yeast

B R 8 6 10 8 10 8 10 8 10 8 8 6 8 6 8 6 10 8 10 8 8 6

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CULINARY RULES: 1. Use paper or foil plate. Cover with plastic bag and secure. 2. No commercial mixes may be used except in Pre-mix Category and for Decorated Cakes entered for judging of decoration only. 3. Decorated Cakes cannot be cut. Will be judged for decoration

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14. Decorated Cake 15. Cupcakes (5) 16. Cake Doughnuts (5) 17. Pre-mix cakes with variation (whole or half) 18. Decorated Wedding Cake CLASS C – PIES LOT 19. Cream or Custard Pies 20. Cheesecake 21. Fruit Pies 22. Tarts (5) CLASS D – OTHER LOT 23. Candy (5) 24. Cookies (5) 25. Misc Desert

B R 10 8 10 8 8 6 10 8 25 15 B R 10 8 10 8 10 8 10 8 B R 8 6 8 6 8 6

Food Preservation

RULES: 1. Entries must be in canning jars identified as standard by the manufacturer. 2. No paraffin sealing will be accepted. 3. Each jar must have a label 1/4” from bottom of jar listing:  a) kind of food or product  b) type of pack (raw or hot)  c) method of processing (include pounds of pressure)  d) length of processing  e) month and year processed 4. All entries must have been prepared by exhibitor since last year’s Fair. 5. Jams and jellies must be processed 5 minutes. 6. Pickles and relishes have varied times. Use USDA Standards. If you have any questions, contact the County Extension Office at 4172279. 7. One container of any product may be entered. 8. Vinegar, wine and beer entries must be in appropriate containers. 9. All jars need to have canning ring.

CLASS A – Canned Foods Standards for Judging: Uniform selection of products, flavors and/or aroma (if opened), condition of products and liquid, arrangement of pack, proportion of food and liquid, fullness of container, condition of container, appropriate container, and labeling. USDA information is used in all judging. Necessary information can be obtained at the County Extension Office. LOT B R 1. Fruits 9 7 2. Vegetables 9 7 3. Meats, poultry, seafood 9 7 4. Pickles & Relishes 9 7

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CLASS B – Preserves/Jellies/Jams Standards for Judging Preserves: Consistency shall be whole small fruits or uniform pieces of large fruits, clear and tender, retaining shape and surrounded by thick syrup. Jellies: Color must be characteristic of fruits used and translucent. Name the juice and/or juices used. LOT B R 5. Jams (made of crushed fruit) 9 7 6. Jellies (specify juice used) 9 7 7. Preserves 9 7 CLASS C – Dried Foods Standards for Judging: Uniform size and shape, free from visible mold growth and moisture. Color appropriate for product; not too dark. Must be entered in glass jars. These should be durable, moisture and air proof. Label information must include kind of food, method of drying, drying time and pre-treatment used. Fruits: Leathery and pliable. Vegetables: Brittle, hard, leathery or pliable as applies to each vegetable. Not sticky. Leathers: Cut and wrapped in 1” pieces. Not sticky. LOT B R 8. Dried foods 9 7 9. Dried Mixes 9 7 CLASS D - Vinegar/Wine/Beer Will be judged according to bouquet, taste, and appearance. LOT B R 10. Vinegar 9 7 11. Wine 9 7 12. Beer 9 7 Other 13. Specialties 9 7 14. Misc. 9 7

Hobbies and Crafts

Superintendent: Cheryl Martin 461-1025 Be sure to specify, when entering which of the following categories you qualify. Adult A Junior (16 and under) J Senior Citizen (62 or older) S Handicapped H Semi-professional SP RULES: 1. The general rules of the Fair apply unless in conflict with rules given below. 2. Exhibitors may enter more than one entry in category provided each design is different. 3. Anyone who teaches for a fee or earns part or all of their income from sale of their craft or hobby must enter as a Semi-professional. 4. Articles which have been entered in any previous county Fair are not eligible. 5. Articles made more than 2 years prior to Fair will not be accepted for entry unless they are part of a collection. 6. Articles must be made by exhibitor except when part of a collection. 7. Judging is done on the Danish system. 8. Entries are to be picked up Monday following the Fair between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. SPECIAL AWARDS Best Use of Fair Theme “Rock With The Stock” by a youth or adult in any Hobbies & Crafts Class.


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CLASSES B R BASKETRY Small/Simple 10 8 Medium/Average 15 10 Large/Difficult 20 15 Large/Complex 30 20 BEADING – NON JEWELRY Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 15 10 Large/Complex/Set 20 15 CERAMICS Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex 15 10 CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 15 10 COLLECTIONS There is very limited space to display collections! If you wish to display your collection, fill out a postcard listing the following and mail to Cheryl Martin, 1822 W. 12th St., Port Angeles, WA 98363: name, address, phone & age; what your collection is, and the number of items in the collection, if it is to be hung or if it needs a display case. Collections that have been entered in the last 5 years are not eligible to be entered again. All postcards must be postmarked by Aug. 1st to be considered for space and only those we have room for will be notified of acceptance after Aug. 5th. Please contact via phone with questions (461-1025). No premium points awarded for collections. COPPERWORK Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex 15 10

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DECOUPAGE Small/Simple Medium/Average Large/Difficult Large/Complex EDUCATIONAL POSTER 22” x 28” Poster Board

B R 5 3 8 5 10 8 15 10

Small/Simple Medium/Average Large/Difficult FABRIC PAINTING - Silk Large Item Medium Item Small Item FABRIC PAINTING – Other fabric Large Item Medium Item Small Item FLY TYING – must be mounted for display Single Fly Set of 2 or more Flies FUSED GLASS Small/Simple Medium/Average Large/Difficult JEWELRY MAKING – limit 10 pieces per person Small/Simple Medium/Average Large/Difficult Large/Complex/Set

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What is your favorite Hobby or Craft? Just because you can’t enter it doesn’t mean you can’t share it! Make a poster telling us all about it. Posters should feature some phase of instruction, education, construction, production or care of item. ETCHED GLASS – List technique (freehand, stenciled, etching tool, etc.)

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LAVENDER CRAFTS B R Small/Simple 8 5 Medium/Average 10 8 Large/Difficult 15 10 Large/Complex/Set 20 15 LEATHER CRAFT Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 15 10 Large/Complex/Set 20 15 LEGOS & CONSTRUCTS – FROM A KIT Limit 2 entries per person. Age of person must be listed. Sets must be fastened to a board so they will not become separated. Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex/Set 15 10 LEGOS & CONSTRUCTS – NOT FROM A KIT – FREE FORM Limit 2 entries per person. Age of youth must be listed. Sets must be fastened to a board so they will not become separated. Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 15 10 Large/Complex/Set 20 15 METAL CRAFT Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 15 10 Large/Complex/Set 20 15 MINIATURES (made by exhibitor) Single item 10 8 Small group (3 items) 15 10 Large group (5 or more items) 20 15 Large/Complex 30 20 MODELS MADE FROM KITS – Glued Small/Simple 8 5 Medium/Average 10 8 Large/Difficult 15 10 MODELS MADE FROM KITS – Snap Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 NATURE CRAFT Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex 15 10 ORIGAMI Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex/Set 15 10 OTHER HOBBY OR CRAFT – YOUTH Use your imagination – anything goes! Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex/Set 15 10 OTHER HOBBY OR CRAFT – ADULT Use your imagination – anything goes! Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex/Set 15 10

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PAPER CRAFTS – OTHER B R Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 PAPER MAKING Each sheet must be unique design/materials or entered as a set Small/Single sheet 5 3 Large/Set 10 8 PAPER TOLE Small/Simple 8 5 Medium/Average 10 8 Large/Difficult 15 10 Large/Complex/Set 20 15 PLASTERWORK Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex 15 10 POLYMER CLAY – (Fimo-Sculpey) Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex/Set 15 10 SCRAPBOOK Multi page books must be bound in a book. Single page entries must be single sided and in a protective cover – limit 4 entries per person) Single Page 5 3 5 – 20 pages 20 15 21 + pages 30 20 SCRAPBOOK – DIGITAL 5 – 20 pages 15 10 21 + pages 20 15 SCULPTURE – Any Medium Small/Simple 5 3 Medium/Average 8 5 Large/Difficult 10 8 Large/Complex 15 10 STAINED GLASS All entries must list technique (stained, foiled, etc.) Small/Simple 8 5 Medium/Average 10 8 Large/Difficult 15 10 STAMPING – RUBBER OR ACRYLIC – CARDS Limit 10 single card entries per person. Sets must have similar theme and cannot be identical designs. Card – Single 5 3 Card Sets, set of 3 10 8


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TOLE PAINTING – CERAMIC, WOOD, OTHER Small/Simple Medium/Average Large/Difficult Large/Complex WOODCRAFT Small/Simple Medium/Average Large/Difficult Large/Complex WOODCRAFT – INTARSIA Small/Simple Medium/Average Large/Difficult Large/Complex

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Fine Arts

Superintendent: Saundra Cutsinger 683-1095 Entry Regulations: 1. The general rules of the Fair apply unless in conflict with rules given below. Fine Arts, located in the Art Barn, is designated as an Open Show. It is open to all residents of Clallam County who wish to enter their work in the divisions listed below. The work must meet all criteria for entry as described below. 2. Entering artist must be a resident of Clallam County or have a Clallam County address. 3. Work submitted must have been done in the last two years and be the ORIGINAL WORK OF THE ARTIST. No class work done under an instructor in class or workshop can be entered, except in the Student divisions, or the Mini-Table. 4. No work can be entered in this Fair more than once, except for Mini-Table sale. 5. All paintings and drawings must be suitably framed and wired for hanging. No sawtooth hangers or document frames. Junior Art I & II may be matted, but Junior Art III & IV must be properly framed and firmly wired for hanging if 2-D, as must all Adult Student 2-dimension work. Due to the weight and danger of injury if shattered, all 2-dimensional work over 30 inches in any dimension which needs a transparent cover must use light-weight plastic or Plexiglas, rather than glass. Sculpture must be firmly based. Work may be rejected if not meeting the standards described. 6. Exhibitors will be limited to a total of three (3)

25% Commissions on sales – 15% to Fair / 10% to Sequim Arts Superintendent’s Choice – Ribbon Only People’s Choice – Ribbon Only PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS Eligibility Requirements: Any artist who exhibits regularly, or who has won three awards in three years, MUST enter this category. Those who feel they have attained professional status may enter this division if they wish.

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entries for the entries show, except non-judged MiniTable sale items. 7. No work shall exceed 42 inches in its longest dimension, including frame and/or support, and work shall not exceed 50 pounds. (Larger work accepted at the discretion of the Fine Arts Superintendent.) 8. All entries must be in the same division, i.e., Professional or Non-Professional, unless that artist is entering a piece of work done in a class or workshop in the Adult Student Work division. Total number of entries for the entire show shall not exceed three. 9. If any work accepted as an original non-student work is later found to be a copy or student work, the work will be removed and all prizes and awards forfeited. Copyright Laws apply. 10. The Fair Board and Sequim Arts reserve the right to refuse acceptance of work of questionable or objectionable subject matter. 11. While every precaution will be taken to see that no damage occurs to entries, Sequim Arts and the Clallam County Fair Board assume no responsibility in case of loss or damages to submitted or accepted work. 12. Artist must complete an entry form for each work. Entry forms may be obtained by phoning the Fine Arts Superintendent, or at the following locations: Waterfront Art Gallery, 120 W. First St., Port Angeles; Blue Whole Gallery, 129 W. Washington St., Sequim; or from June Bowlby, Messy Palates, Clallam Bay, WA. Forms will also be available at the Art Barn during entry. 13. All entries will be taken at the Art Barn on the Fairgrounds Sunday, August 14th from noon to 6pm and Monday, August 15th from 9am to 3pm ONLY. All entries must be picked up on Monday, August 22nd, following the Fair from 11am to 4pm. Storage fees may be charged for entries not picked up at that time.

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A Full Round Up of Grand Entertainment at the

Clallam County Fair! In the Grandstand

Thursday Friday

Draft Horse and Mule Show

4-H Western Games Lawnmower Races

Saturday Sunday Logging Show

Demolition Derby

Rodeo

At the Sunny Farms Stage Terry & Jerry Holder Abby Mae and the

ALL FOUR DAYS:

Home School Boys

Howly Slim and Da Boys

Brian Ledbetter, Illusionist All About Me

— ENTERTAINMENT ON THIS STAGE GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY SUNNY FARMS —

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Best in Adult Show: Professional Artist and Non-Professional Artist divisions eligible – 500 points (Judges Choice) ADULT STUDENT WORK Eligibility Requirement: Entries must be work done under instruction. This category is designed to encourage beginning artists and experienced artists who take workshop instruction to improve their skill and wish to exhibit work which would NOT be eligible in other divisions. Copyright Laws apply. Awards by Medium 1st 2nd 3rd 50pts 25pts 15pts 1. Oil (inc. alkyd) & Acrylic 2. Watercolors 3. Pastel 4. Mixed Media (collage, serigraph, pen & ink, pencil, etc.) 5. 3-Dimensional Art Best in Division – 125 points Not eligible for Best in Adult Show. JUNIOR ART I Entries must be the original work of the artist and not copies of other paintings or drawings or of photographs unless taken by family members and photo from which artist worked must be attached to back of painting. This is especially true of paintings of out of the area or foreign subjects. Awards by Medium 1st 2nd 3rd 75pts 50pts 25pts 1. Oil (inc. alkyd) & Acrylic 2. Watercolors 3. Pastel 4. Mixed Media (collage, serigraph, pen & ink, pencil, etc.) 5. 3-Dimensional Art Best in Division – 250 points Chosen from the first place winners in each division. (NON-PROFESSIONAL) EMERGING ARTISTS Eligibility Requirements: Those who are not required by their status to enter the Professional Division, and who submit original artwork, not copies, of other paintings or drawings, or of photographs, unless taken by a family member and photo from which artist worked must be attached to back of painting. This is especially true of paintings of out of the area or foreign subjects. Awards by Medium 1st 2nd 3rd 75pts 50pts 25pts 1. Oil (inc. alkyd) & Acrylic 2. Watercolors 3. Pastel 4. Mixed Media (collage, serigraph, pen & ink, pencil, etc.) 5. 3-Dimensional Art Best in Division – 250 points Chosen from the first place winners in each division. Special prizes in all divisions: $15.00 cash award by Sequim Arts for the following: 1-Best Portrait, 2-Best Landscape, 3-Best Seascape, 4-Best Still Life, 5-Best Animal, 6-Best Floral, 7-Best Abstract, 8-Best Human Interest, and 9-Best Calligraphy. (Winners of cash prizes do not forfeit their award.)

1st 2nd 3rd 25pts 15pts 5pts

Pre-school thru Grade 1 of previous year Awards – Ribbons only Awards by medium in the following categories: Collage Drawing (crayon, marker, etc) Painting Carving, sculpture, etc. All other media Best in Division – 50 points (Of five 1st place winners)

Winner forfeits 1st place, which is re-awarded to 2nd place, etc., at Judge’s discretion.

JUNIOR ART II

1st 2nd 3rd 25pts 15pts 5pts

Grades 2-4 of previous year Awards Best in Division – 75 points (Of five 1st place winners)

Winner forfeits 1st place, which is re-awarded to 2nd place, etc., at Judge’s discretion.

JUNIOR ART III

1st 2nd 3rd 30pts 20pts 10pts

Grades 5-8 of previous school year Awards Best in Division – 75 points (Of five 1st place winners)

Winner forfeits 1st place, which is re-awarded to 2nd place, etc., at Judge’s discretion.

JUNIOR ART IV

1st 2nd 3rd 35pts 25pts 15pts

Grades 9-12 of previous school year Awards Best in Division – 100 points (Of five 1st place winners)

Winner forfeits 1st place, which is re-awarded to 2nd place, etc., at Judge’s discretion.

Junior Art – Best in Junior Show –300 pts. (Chosen from four Best in Division winners)

Winner forfeits Best in Division Prize, which is re-awarded among the 1st place winners in the class, while the new Best in Division forfeits the 1st place in that class to previous 2nd place, etc., at Judge’s discretion.

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entering artists. Otherwise, the number of prizes in that class will be reduced and awarded as the judges deem appropriate or the class will be for display only. MINI-TABLE There will be a Mini-Table for work priced at no more than $40. Each artist may enter ten works, and class work and older work is acceptable. Framing and matting are not required, and entries may be made at any time during the Fair. These works will not be eligible for prizes. If the first five of an artist’s work are sold, more may be entered for ten on hand. No commission will be taken! CALLIGRAPHY Original Work Awards by Class Master Calligrapher Aspiring Calligrapher Novice Calligrapher Best in Division – 150 points 

1st 2nd 3rd 75pts 50pts 25pts

(Chosen from first place winners in this division.)

Photography

(Located in the Expo Hall) Superintendent: Bob Reavis 681-0337 Prints originating from either a film camera or from a digital camera are welcome. Entries will be accepted on Sunday, August 14th, between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m., and Monday, August 15th, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. The utmost care will be given to all photographs; however, the Fair is not responsible for any damage. RULES for submitting entries: 1. Each exhibitor must be a Clallam County resident. Juniors are age 16 and under. 2. Prints must not be over two years old. 3. All prints must be single or double matted, on thin mat board. Please no foam core backing. Limit matting thickness since thickly matted prints are difficult or impossible to display. 4. NO framed prints are allowed. 5. Each exhibitor must enter as non-professional (includes most exhibitors) or professional. A professional is someone who derives more than 25% of their income from photography. Professional

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may only enter two divisions: portrait and all other (see below). 6. All prints must have the exhibitor’s name and print title on the back. No information that identifies the photographer shall be on the front of the print. If there is any question about the orientation of the print, an arrow pointing to the top of the print shall be on the back. 7. Due to limited space, each exhibitor is restricted to the following: Three matted prints, no larger than 16 x 20 inches (including matt) and no smaller than 3 x 5 inches. 8. To facilitate handling hundreds of entries, all photographs must be matted before bringing them to Fair. 9. No early pickups on the last day of Fair. All entries must be picked up between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Monday August 22nd following the Fair. Divisions 1. Landscapes 2. Water & Seascapes 3. Sunrise & Sunset 4. Adult Portraits / color 5. Child Portraits / color 6. Plants & Flowers 7. Animals 8. Architecture 9. Photo Journalism 10. Abstract 11. B & W Portraits 12. B & W General 13. Juniors / Portraits 14. Juniors / Land, Water & Seascapes 15. Juniors / Animals 16. Juniors / All Others 17. Professional – Portraits 18. Professional – All Others 19. Open Division 20. Special Division: Olympic National Park 21. Computer Art Awards B R W 50 35 15 Honorable Mention Best in Show – 250 pts People’s Choice – 125 pts (Voted on during the Fair) Superintendents Award – Ribbon Only

Floral Department

Superintendent: Mary Lou Waitz 360-928-3728 RULES: 1. General Rules of the Fair apply unless in conflict with rules given below. 2. Exhibitors limited to Amateur Gardens and there is no limit on number of entries. 3. Accredited flower show judges. The decision of the judges is final. Standard system of judging used. 4. Ribbons awarded: Blue, 1st; Red, 2nd, White, 3rd & Honorable Mention. And 2 Best-In-Show ribbons for Horticulture (1) & Design (1). 5. All Floral entries will be accepted Tuesday, August 16th, 12 p.m. 8 p.m., and Wednesday, August 17, 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. For any exhibitor entering more than 10 exhibits on Wednesday, the cut‑off time is 10:30 a.m. 6. Entries: Only one entry allowed in each lot or sub-lot in each class. Color and variety breakdown permitted. Floral department reserves


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the right to refuse to enter or to remove from display any entry that is wilted, past its prime, pest or disease infested. Superintendent or Fair Board is not responsible for containers with flower arrangements or any property of the exhibitor. There are hostesses on duty at all times. Bottles furnished for all fresh cut specimens of Horticulture. Exhibitors entering more than 5 exhibits should ask the office for entry tags. Please complete with name, address, class and lot number. All entries must be picked up the Monday following the Fair between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Horticultural Division • A SPRAY – a main stem with side branches and blooms on all sides • A STEM – major supporting plant structure, to which buds, leaves, and flowers, are attached at regular intervals at points called nodes. • A STALK – stiff stem or axis of a plant, especially a non-woody one. • DISBUD – remove side buds when exhibiting one bloom. • No extra foliage will be allowed, only that grown naturally on stem, spray, spike, branch or truss. • Clean and groom entries and cut stems in proportion to size of bloom. • Condition well to prevent wilting two or three hours, or overnight in deep water to improve lasting quality. • All herbs to be entered in Agricultural Department CLASS 1 B R ANNUALS 7 5 LOT: 1. Aster, 1 stem 2. Baby’s Breath, 1 spray 3. Bachelor Buttons, 3 stems 4. Bells of Ireland, 1 spike 5. Browalia, 1 spray 6. Calendula, 3 stems, 1 color 7. Candytuft, 1 spray 8. Clarkia/Godetia, 1 spray 9. Cosmos, 3 stems, 1 color 10. Celosia, 1 spike 11. Daisies:  A. Single, 3 stems  B. Double, 3 stems 12. Geranium, 1 stalk 13. Love-in-a-Mist, 3 stems, 1 color 14. Larkspur, 1 stalk 15. Marigolds  A. Large, flowered, 1 stem  B. Dwarf or semi dwarf, 3 stems 16. Nasturtiums, 5 stems with foliage 17. Nemesia, 3 stems, mixed colors 18. Nicotiana, 1 stalk 19. Papaver / poppies, 1 stem 20. Petunia  A. Single, 1 stem  B. Double, 1 stem 21. Salvia, 1 spray 22. Salpiglossis, 1 spray 23. Scabiosa, 3 stems, 1 color 24. Schizanthus, 3 stems, 3 colors 25. Snapdragons, 1 stalk, 1/3 in bud, 1/3 opening, 1/3 fully open & NO seed pods 26. Sunflowers – Helianthus 27. Statice, 1 stalk 28. Stock, 1 stem

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29. Strawflowers, 3 stems 30. Sweet peas  A. 1 color, 5 stems  B. mixed colors, 5 stems 31. Wax Begonia, 1 stem 32. Zinnias  A. Single, 1 stem  B. Double, 1 stem  C. Miniature, 3 stems 33. Any Other Specimen   A. Stalk  B. Spray  C. Stem (Roundform) CLASS 2 PERENNIALS LOT: 1. Agapanthus, 1 stem 2. Allium / Ornamental Onion, 1 stem 3. Anchusa, 1 stem 4. Anemone, 1 spray 5. Armeria Maritima (Sea pink, thrift) 1 color, 3 stems 6. Artemisia (Dusty Miller) 1 stalk 7. Aster, 1 spray 8. Astillbe, 1 stalk 9. Carnations, No buds  A. 1 color, 3 stems  B. Mixed color, 3 stems  C. Pinks (Perennial dianthus) 3 stems 10. Campanula, 1 stem 11. Catananche, 3 stems 12. Centaurea (Perennial Bachelor Button), 3 stems 13. Centranthus / Valerian, 1 stem 14. Chrysanthemum  A. Single, 1 spray  B. Semi-double, 1 spray  C. Feverfew, 1 spray  D. Marguerites, 1 spray  E. Esther Reed, 1 spray  F. Other Shasta Daisies, 1 spray  G. Spoon, 1 spray  H. Spider, 1 spray  I. Any Other, 1 spray 15. Coreopsis, 1 color, 3 stems 16. Coral Bells, 3 stem 17. Delphinium, 1 stalk 18. Digitalis/Foxglove, 1 stalk 19. Echinops/Globe Thistle, 1 stem 20. Eringeron/Fleabane, 3 stems 21. Gypsophila/Baby’s Breath  A. Single White, 1 spray  B. Double White, 1 spray  C. Double Pink, 1 spray 22. Echinacea/Purple Cone Flower 1 color, 1 stem 23. Gaillardia/Blanket Flower 1 color, 1 stem 24. Lobelia, 1 stem 25. Monarda/Bee Balm 1 color, 3 stems 26. Pansies  A. 1 color, 5 stems  B. Mixed color, 5 stems  C. Violas, 5 stems with foliage 27. Penstemon, 1 spike 28. Phlox, 1 stem 29. Phygeus/Cape Fucshia, 1 stalk

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30. Rudbeckia/Gloriose Daisy/Cone Flower/Black-eyed Susan,  1 color, 1 stem 31. Salvia, 3 stems 32. Scabosia, 3 stems 33. Sedum, 1 stem 34. Thalictrum/Meadow Rue, 1 stalk 35. Tradescantia (Spiderwort), 1 spray 36. Toad Lily, 3 stems 37. Veronica, 1 color, 3 stems 38. Yarrow, 1 stalk 39. Any other perennial not listed  A. stalk  B. spray  C. stem (Roundform) CLASS 3 B R DAHLIAS 13 7 For exhibition in this class, dahlias: 1. Should have been grown disbudded, but must be shown disbudded. 2. Entry must have at least one pair of leaves attached to the stem and be staged just above top of bottle; Do not shove leaves down into the bottle. Length of stem must be proportionate to bloom. Color breakdown. Only l entry of each variety per class allowed. Size refers to bloom size as determined by the American Dahlia Society. 3. NAME, TYPE, and COLOR should be shown on the entry tag. LOT: Single Entries – 1 stem each variety 1. AA (size over 10”) 2. A (size 8-10”) 3. B (size 6-8”) Cactus 4. B (size 6-8”) Decorative 5. B (size 6-8”) Lacinated 6. BB (size 4-6”) Cactus 7. BB (size 4-6”) Decorative 8. BB (size 4-6”) Lacinated 9. Waterlily 10. Ball (over 3 1/2”)  Triple Entries – 3 stems each variety 11. Miniature (under 4”) Cactus 12. Miniature (under 4”) Decorative 13. Miniature (under 4”) Lacinated 14. Mini Ball (2 - 3 1/2”) 15. Pompons (2” & under) 16. Any other (peony, anemone, collarette, single, orchid, novelty, etc.) CLASS 4 B R OTHER BULBS, CORMS, TUBERS 13 7 LOT: 1. Crocosmia/Montebretia, 1 stalk 2. Gladiolus, length of stalk in proportion to bloom. May not enter same variety and color in more than one size.  A. Large, 3 1/2” to 5 1/2” with 19 florets, including buds  B. Medium, up to 3 1/2” with 15 - 18 florets, including buds  C. Miniature, one spike. Size & number of florets & buds in  proportion to spike. 3. Liatris, 1 stalk 4. Lilies, 1 stalk (stamen in natural state) 5. Tuberous Begonias, one bloom (small plate furnished) 6. Yucca, 1 stalk 7. Any other bulb, Corm, tuber not listed

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CLASS 5 B R TREES, SHRUBS & VINES 8 5 1. Flowering shrubs must be in flower & berried shrubs must be berried. 2. Branches not to exceed 24” in length. LOT: 1. Fuschia  A. Upright  B. Trailing 2. Hydrangea, 1 stem  A. Mophead  B. Lace-cap  C. P.G. (Paniculata graniflora) type  D. Oak leaf  E. Any other hydrangea 3. Any other flowering tree or shrub, 1 spray, stem, or bloom 4. Berried tree or shrub, 1 branch 5. Deciduous tree or shrub (one branch showing linear pattern and/or foliage)  A. Birch  B. Corkscrew Willow  C. Sweet Gum  D. Maple  E. Any other 6. Vines, 1 spray   A. Clematis  B. Lonicera – Honeysuckles CLASS 6 B R 8 5 ROSES Exhibited with foliage attached, named if possible LOT: 1. Hybrid teas, 1/2 to 1/3 open, 1 stem 2. Floribunda, 1 spray 3. Grandiflora, 1 spray 4. Climbers, 1 stem 5. Miniatures, 1 stem 6. English/shrub, 1 stem 7. Any other variety, 1 stem CLASS 7 ORNAMENTAL GRASSES Must be labeled and named LOT: 1. Cut specimen, 3 stems

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CLASS 8 PATIO PLANTS LOT: 1. Fuschias  A. Upright  B. Hanging 2. Geraniums  A. Upright  B. Hanging 3. Mixed plants outside garden varieties  A. Patio Planter  B. Hanging Planters 4. Roses, potted in containers 5. Herbs  A. Single Plant  B. 3 or more plants in a single pot 6. Any other garden patio planter

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CLASS 9 B R HOUSE PLANTS 15 10 LOT: 1. African Violets (a show plant should have a single crown unless it is a trailing variety.) Foliage should be symmetrical and clean and free of damage and insects. Must be in bloom. Color & variety breakdown:  A. Standard, single, 1 plant each color  B. Standard, double, 1 plant each color  C. Standard, multi-colored blossom, 1 plant each color  D. Standard Geneva (white-edged blossom), 1 plant each color  E. Standard, variegated foliage, all blossoms  F. Semi-miniature (6 to 8” diameter) single or double blossom,   including variegated foliage, 1 plant each color  G. Miniature (Max. 6” diameter), 1 plant each color  H. Trailer, Standard Variety, 1 plant each color  I. Trailer, miniature Variety, 1 plant each color  J. Micro-mini (including trailers) 1 plant each color 2. Cyclamen 3. Foliage plants – not trailing  A. Large pot 8” or over  B. Pot under 8” 4. Cacti & Succulents  A. Pot size 8” or more  B. Pot size under 8”  C. Collection in one container 5 or more varieties 5. Dish Gardens, 1 container 5 or more varieties 6. Any other potted variety CLASS 10 HANGING OR TRAILING HOUSE PLANTS LOT: Provide own stand for trailing plant if needed LOT: 1. Blooming 2. Grape Ivy 3. Philodendrons 4. Ivies 5. Pothos 6. Hoyas 7. Any other hanging or trailing variety

B R 15 10

CLASS 11 SPECIALITIES LOT: 1. Bonsai (For display only / not judged) 2. Orchids 3. Ferns 4. Any Other

B R 25 15

CLASS 12 JUNIOR DIVISION LOT: 1. Any Annual, 1 stem 2. Any Perennial, 1 stem 3. Dahlias, shown with a pair of leaves 4. Bulbs, Corms, Tubers 5. House Plants 6. Roses 7. Patio Plants, 1 8. Floral Arrangement

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(Designer Choice, “Country Color”) with all fresh materials)

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30 25 “Rock With The Stock!” 2011: Each design must contain some fresh plant material and artistic designs must have been arranged by the exhibitor. No artificial (i.e. plastic, silk) materials will be allowed unless specified in the Lot description. Any staging by the exhibitor is permitted to enhance the design, such as backgrounds, niches, or frames. LOT: 1. “Unchained Melody” – A creative design using a chain or rope within the design. 2. “My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It” – A creative design including one or more buckets. 3. “Rock Around the Clock” – Designer’s Choice 4. “Mashed Potato” – A creative design using vegetables. No cut or sliced vegetables. 5. “Beach Blanket Bingo” – Alfresco Table Design. Definition: Dining out-of-doors, on table, ground, bench, tail-gate, etc. Use only paper products: plate(s), cup(s), napkin(s), water glass(s), table covering, place-mat(s), underlays. 6. “Little Darlin’” – A small (5”-8”) creative design. Designer’s choice. CLASS 14 GARDEN CLUB EXHIBITS B R W 100 75 50 Educational exhibit by a Garden Club. Exhibit must be completed before 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 17th. Class 15 PLANT SOCIETY EXHIBITS – 75 pts. Educational exhibit by a Plant Society, space to be reserved by August 1st.

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2011 Clallam County Fair 4-H/FFA Premium Book and Exhibitor Guide

Fair Office: 360-417-2551 Table of Contents 4-H/FFA Information

Dogs...............................................................49

Entry Dates and Times......................................43

Goats..............................................................51

General Rules..................................................44

Llamas/Alpacas..............................................54

Livestock/Animal Rules....................................44

Sheep............................................................55

4-H/FFA

Clallam County Junior Livestock Auction..........44 Quality Assurance Skill-A-Thon.........................45 Self Determined Small Animal..........................45 Cavy...............................................................45 Rabbit.............................................................45 Poultry............................................................46 Cats........................................................47

Fleece............................................................56 Swine..............................................................56 Dairy & Beef Cattle..........................................58 Horse..............................................................59 Still Life...........................................................61

Forms

Sample Exhibitor Entry Tag..............................43 Campground Rules & Registration Form...........71

A map of the Fairgrounds can be found in the center of the premium book on Pages 36-37.


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Fair Entry Dates and Times Still Life Entries Sunday, Aug. 14 noon – 6 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 15 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug. 16 noon – 8 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 17 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Art Home Arts 4-H Still Life Hobbies & Crafts Fine Arts Photography

Art Home Arts 4-H Still Life Hobbies & Crafts Fine Arts Photography

Agriculture Floral NO 4-H ENTRIES

Agriculture Floral NO 4-H ENTRIES

Animal Entries and Vet Check (Mail Entry Forms by Aug. 1)

Tuesday, Aug. 16 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 17 3 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 18 8 a.m.

Goats Llamas & Alpacas Sheep Swine Cattle Open Optional

Market Auction Poultry Market Rabbits Market Poultry

4-H Dogs

4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

4 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Poultry Cavies Rabbit

Horses Open Animals

8:30 a.m.

4-H Cats

Clallam County Fair Animal Entry Form (Due by Aug. 1 to Barn Superintendent)


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4-H/FFA General Rules

1. All Fair General Rules apply. 2. 4-H/FFA classes open to enrolled Clallam County 4-H or FFA members only. 3. 4-H Age divisions are based on grade in school as of Jan. 1 of current year. Primary: Grades K, 1, and 2 Junior: Grades 3, 4, and 5 Intermediate: Grades 6, 7 and 8 Senior: Grades 9,10,11,12 or not to have passed their 19th birthday as of January 1 of the current year. 4. FFA divisions: Novice: An exhibitor who has never shown the species prior to January 1st of the current year. Junior: An exhibitor who is an incoming freshman or was a 9th or 10th grader of the previous school year. Senior: An exhibitor who was an 11th or 12th grader the previous school year. 5. Members may enter only classes in projects for which they are enrolled. Non animal projects cannot be entered in both 4-H & open classes. 6. 4-H and FFA exhibitors must do a minimum of 2 hours each day (or per Superintendent of barn) of barn or building duty in order to qualify for a 4-H/FFA exhibitors pass. If not scheduled for 4 days of duty a day pass will be issued at a pro-rated price for days scheduled to work. Same applies to parents for the 4-H/FFA Exhibitor’s Assistance Pass. 7. Judging and awards will be on the Danish system. Cash awards will be made on a point system. 8. Entries in each division should stress some phase of education in the production, care and use of the item or animals in that specific division.

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9. All entries are to be approved by the local agricultural instructor or 4-H leader. 10. Records must be kept up to date on all projects and must be available for inspection on August 1st. 11. 4-H and FFA members must be off grounds or in their campsite and quiet by 11 p.m. 12. Only 4-H members receiving a blue ribbon in herdsmanship will qualify for State 4‑H Fair.

4-H/FFA Livestock/Animal Rules

1. County Fair General Livestock Rules apply. No animals will be allowed on the fairgrounds or barns until they have first been processed through vet check. 2. All 4-H and FFA exhibitors showing animals are required to do fitting & showing and daily herdsmanship in the barns in order to receive premiums. 3. In 4-H and FFA animal projects, Clallam County Fair will pay up to 5 ribbons per exhibitor per project in each division with the exception of Judging, Demonstrations, Herdsmanship, and Fitting & Showing. 4. The 4‑H exhibits must perform herdsmanship, grooming, handling, and exercise of the project animal. This includes clipping and washing the animal. In cases where 4‑H exhibitors are physically incapable of doing their own clipping or washing, only bonafide 4‑H exhibits may provide needed assistance. Violations of this rule creates loss of learning experience to the exhibitor and unfair competition to the other members, particularly in the Fitting & Showmanship contest, and is cause for disqualification of entry. ONLY EXHIBITORS are allowed in stalls. For safety reasons, animals that are perceived by the barn Superintendent to be dangerous or unmanageable may be disqualified from the show and required to be removed from the fairgrounds. 5. 4-H animals must be in the care and management of the exhibitor according to state guidelines in EM0758, unless listed differently under individual department. Exhibitors must show their own animals except when he or she has more than one animal in the class (not pertaining to showmanship). Partnership animals are not eligible for these classes. 6. Entries are open to purebred and high grade stock owned and fitted by 4-H or FFA members. The judge has the right to disqualify any animal for any reason. Animals that are not properly fitted and trained will be rejected. 7. Bedding and hay will be furnished. Exhibitors are to supply their own grain. 8. Animals shown in 4-H cannot be shown in an FFA class and vice versa. 4-H and FFA animals may show in the open class. 9. Stall cards will be furnished by the Clallam County Fair. 10. No exhibitor will be allowed to bring animals into the barn prior to vet check. 11. There will be no horns on dairy animals or market beef. 12. If an exhibitor is asked to use his or her animal in judging contest, he or she must comply.

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Quality Assurance Skill-A-Thon

Open to all 4-Hers enrolled in Beef, Dairy, Sheep, or Swine. B R W P 30 20 10 5 If 4-Her participates in animal judging, they may choose the higher of the Quality Assurance and Judging scores to receive premium points; other will be ribbon only.

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4-H/FFA Self Determined Small Animal

Superintendent: Kelly Jackson (360)775-0853 Open to all 4-H members enrolled in this project and owned their animal by June 1. RULES: 13. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Kelly Jackson, 903 West 15th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363 or emailed to billskart@wavecable.com. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 14. General rules of the Clallam County Fair apply. 15. Animals will be accepted at the barn on the Wednesday before Fair between 4 p.m. & 6 p.m. Vet check mandatory prior to cooping. Animals showing signs of disease, infestation, or are dirty will not be allowed. 16. Members must bring their own water bottles and dishes for their animals. They are responsible to feed/care for their own animals and clean their cages each morning. Members must do Herdsmanship/barn duty and Fitting & Showing. 17. Members are to bring their own animals to the show tables for Type Judging. If unable, it is the member’s responsibility to arrange for someone to do so for them. The Fair and barn Superintendent will not be held responsible if an animal fails to make it to the judging table. 18. Animals will be released at 7 p.m. on Sunday of the Fair. No animal may leave the barn prior to this time or you may forfeit your premiums. Exhibitors must clean their own cages before checking out. CLASSES: Animal Herdsmanship Fitting & Showing Equipment (see still life class 67) Costume – Ribbon Only

B R W P 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 40 30 20 10

(Costume must be made in the current year by the exhibitor. Contest is for the animal only. Exhibitor may have help holding animal.)

4-H/FFA Cavy

Superintendent: Kelly Jackson 360-775-0853 Open to all 4-H members enrolled in this project and owned their animal by June 1. RULES: 1. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Kelly Jackson, 903 West 15th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363 or emailed to billskart@wavecable.com. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 2. All animals will be judged according to ARBA standards. Crossbreeds will

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be judged on condition and overall appearance. General rules of County Fair apply. All animals are entered and shown at the risk of the exhibitor. Due care and caution will be exercised to help prevent injury.  The Fair and volunteers may not be held responsible for any injury, death or loss that results from fire, theft, or an accident. Entries must include breed, variety or color, class or age, sex, and ear tag number. All cavies will be judged in the class written on the entry form. Substitutions can be made up to the check-in date by notifying the Superintendent, but only for the same breed, variety, class, and sex. Any animals showing signs of being tampered with or in any way altered to enhance its show ability, will be removed from the show table and the exhibitor will forfeit all premiums. Animals will be accepted at the barn on the Wednesday before Fair between 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. All animals must have an ear tag prior to the Fair. Vet check mandatory prior to cooping. Animals showing signs of disease, infestation or are dirty will not be allowed. Cavies under 12oz. may not be shown. Lots: Junior – less than 4 months & 12-22oz., Intermediate – 4 to 6 months & 22-32 oz., Senior – over 6 months & over 32oz. Members must bring their own water bottles and dishes for their animals. They are responsible to feed/care for their own animals and clean their cages each morning. Members must do herdsmanship/barn duty of at least one hour per day and Fitting & Showing. Members are to bring their own animals to the show tables for Type Judging. If unable, it is the member’s responsibility to arrange for someone to do so for them. The Fair and barn Superintendent will not be held responsible if an animal fails to make it to the judging table. Animals will be released at 7 p.m. on Sunday of the Fair. No animal may leave the barn prior to this time or you may forfeit your premiums. Exhibitors must clean their own cages before checking out. Failure to do so may forfeit your premiums.

CLASSES: Purebreds – Type Crossbreeds – Type Herdsmanship Fitting & Showing Judging Educational display (limit 2) Educational Poster (limit 2) Equipment (see still life class 67) Costume – Ribbon Only

B R W P 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 40 30 20 10 30 20 10 5 15 10 8 x 10 8 6 x

(Costume must be made in the current year by the exhibitor. Contest is for the animal only. Exhibitor may have assistance holding cavy.)

4-H/FFA Rabbit

Superintendent: Kelly Jackson (360)775-0853 Open to all 4-H members enrolled in this project and owned their animal by June 1. RULES: 1. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Kelly Jackson, 903 West 15th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363 or emailed to billskart@wavecable.com. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 2. All animals will be judged according to ARBA standards. General rules of County Fair apply. 3. All animals are entered and shown at the risk of the exhibitor. Due care and caution will be exercised to help prevent injury. The Fair and volunteers may not be held responsible for any injury, death or


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loss that results from fire, theft, or an accident. 4. Entries must include breed, variety or color, class or age, sex, and ear tag number. All rabbits will be judged in the class written on the entry form. 5. Substitutions can be made up to the check-in date by notifying the Superintendent, but only for the same breed, variety, class, and sex. 6. Any animals showing signs of being tampered with or in any way altered to enhance its show ability, will be removed from the show table and the exhibitor will forfeit all premiums. 7. Animals will be accepted at the barn on the Wednesday before Fair between 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. All animals must have permanent and legible ear tattoo prior to the Fair. Vet check mandatory prior to cooping. Animals showing signs of disease, infestation or are dirty will not be allowed. Nursing does are not allowed. 8. Rabbits under 12 weeks of age may not be shown (except market rabbits). 9. Members must bring their own water bottles and dishes for their animals. They are responsible to feed/care for their own animals and clean their cages each morning. Members must do Herdsmanship/barn duty of at least 1 hour per day and Fitting & Showing. 10. Members are to bring their own animals to the show tables for Type Judging. If unable, it is the member’s responsibility to arrange for someone to do so for them. The Fair and barn Superintendent will not be held responsible if an animal fails to make it to the judging table. 11. Animals will be released at 7 p.m. on Sunday of the Fair. No animal may leave the barn prior to this time or you may forfeit your premiums. Exhibitors must clean their own cages before checking out. Failure to do so may forfeit your premiums.

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CLASSES: Purebreds – Type Crossbreeds – Type Fur & Wool Herdsmanship Fitting & Showing Judging Rabbit Equipment (see still life class 67) Costume – Ribbon Only

B R W P 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 40 30 20 10 30 20 10 5

Educational display (limit 2) Educational Poster (limit 2) Market Rabbits: Single fryer

15 10 8 x 10 8 6 x

Meat Pens

15 12 8 x

Pelts

12 8 4 x

(Costume must be made in the current year by the exhibitor. Contest is for the animal only. Exhibitor may have help holding the rabbit.)

(not over 10 weeks old, not over 5 lbs.)

15 12 8 x

(Consists of 3 rabbits, all the same breed and variety, not over 10 weeks old and not over 5 lbs.) Pelt (Fur product made by exhibitor) 12 8 4 x (Must be tanned by exhibitor, limit of 3 tanned hides per lot)

4-H/FFA Auction Rabbit

Animals will be auctioned off on Saturday at the Livestock Auction. The General Fair rules apply as well as the auction rules. Judging is independent of 4-H and/or Open Classes. CLASSES: Auction Rabbits: Single fryer

(not over 10 weeks old, not over 5 lbs.)

Meat Pens

15 12 8 x 15 12 8 x

(Consists of 3 rabbits not over 10 weeks)

4-H/FFA Poultry

Superintendent: Karen Dybedal (360) 452-9172 All poultry that are going to public exhibition, including exhibition, exotic and game birds, but excluding waterfowl, doves and pigeons must: Come from U.S. Pullorum-Typhoid Clean or equivalent flocks, as defined in the National Poultry Improvement Plan and Auxiliary Provisions, Title 9 CFR, Section 145.53; or have had a negative Pullorum-Typhoid test within ninety days before going to public exhibition. The department maintains a copy of the National Poultry Improvement Plan and Auxiliary Provisions for public inspection. You may also find the information on the internet at: www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/ waisidx_06/9cfrv1_06.html. This is in compliance with WAC 16-59-030. 1. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Karen Dybedal, 246 Mountain Springs Ln., Port Angeles, WA 98362.  If herdsmanship is not done all 4-H / FFA premiums will be pulled. All poultry exhibitors are expected to help with set-up or tear-down. Contact Superintendent for times. 2. Entries will be accepted at the barn on the Wednesday before Fair between 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Auction and Market poultry only will be weighed in, Tuesday, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. ($5.00 fee per pen weighed in). Vet check mandatory prior to cooping. Birds that are dirty or suffering from disease or infestation will not be allowed.


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3. Members must do herdsmanship and Fitting & Showing. Members are responsible for cleaning their own cages each morning unless other arrangements are made with the barn Superintendent. 4. Open to all 4-H members enrolled in this project and owned their animal by June 1. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. General rules of County Fair apply. 5. All birds must have a numbered leg band. Be sure to include class, breed, variety, lot, and leg band number on entry forms. All poultry will be judged according to the class written on the entry form. Substitutions only in same class, breed, variety, and lot for $1.00 each. 6. Entries will be released at 7 p.m. on Sunday. No bird may leave the barn prior to this time unless released for health reasons by the Superintendent. Members are responsible for cleaning their own cages before checking out or you may forfeit your premiums. 7. Exhibition poultry shall originate from U.A. Pullorum-Thyphoid clean or equivalent flocks or have had a negative PullorumThyphoid test within 90 days of the movement to the public exhibition. CLASSES: 1. Standard 2. Bantam 3. Crossbreed 4. Turkey 5. Duck 6. Geese 7. Pigeon 8. Large Dove 9. Market Poultry

B R W P 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5 30 20 10 5

(Poultry weighing a minimum of 5 lbs. each in a pen of 3. Must be purchased between June 15th & June 30th and must be 55-60 days old at Fair weigh-in.)

10. Fitting & Showing 40 30 20 10 11. Herdsmanship 30 20 10 5 12. Judging 30 20 10 5 13. Rooster Crowing – Ribbon Only 14. Costume – Ribbon Only 15. Poultry Equipment – must be made by exhibitor (see still life class 67) 16. Educational Display (limit 2) 15 10 8 x 17. Educational Poster (limit 2) 10 8 6 x LOTS (single = one bird) (Y/O = young/old) 1. Cock 2. Cockerel 3. Hen 4. Pullet 5. Trio 6. Pen 7. Hen Y/O 8. Tom Y/O 9. Duck Y/O 10. Drake Y/O 11. Goose Y/O 12. Gander Y/O

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EGGS Premiums Allowed: B R W 10 8 6 Class 1 – White Class 2 – Brown Class 3 – Other (Ameraucana Araucana, duck, etc.) Lot (same for each class) A. Jumbo Min. Wt. – 30 oz/doz. B. X Large Min. Wt. – 27 oz/doz. C. Large. Min. Wt. – 24 oz/doz. D. Medium. Min. Wt. – 21 oz/doz. E. Small. Min. Wt. – 18 oz/doz. F. X Small. Min. Wt. – 17 oz/doz. Eggs must be from Exhibitor’s Flock.

4-H/FFA Auction and Market Poultry (Pen of 3)

B R W 30 20 10

1. Entries (including auction entries) must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Karen Dybedal, 246 Mountain Springs Ln., Port Angeles, WA 98362. 2. Poultry weighing a minimum of 5 lbs. each in a pen of 3. Must be purchased between June 15th & June 30th (Chicks must be 5560 days old at Fair weigh-in). Auction. Auction and Market poultry only will be weighed in, Tuesday, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.($5.00 fee per pen weighed in). Vet check mandatory prior to cooping. Animals will be auctioned off on Saturday at the Livestock Birds that are dirty or suffering from disease or infestation will not be allowed. 3. The General Fair rules apply as well as the Clallam County Junior Livestock Auction rules. 4. All birds are required to have numbered leg bands. 5. Entries will be released at 7 p.m. on Sunday. No bird may leave the barn prior to this time unless released for health reasons by the Superintendent. Members are responsible for cleaning their own cages before checking out or you may forfeit your premiums. 6. Poultry shall originate from U.A. Pullorum-Thyphoid clean or equivalent flocks or have had a negative Pullorum-Thyphoid test within 90 days of the movement to the public exhibition.

4-H/FFA Cat

Superintendent: Tara West 461-7535 RULES: 1. Competition is open to all 4-H members enrolled in the cat project. The number of animals to be shown will be set by Superintendent on a space available basis. Cats exhibited must be member’s project animal. 2. Kittens must be at least four months old. 3. All cats entered must be healthy, free of fleas and ear mites.   A certificate signed by a licensed Veterinarian attesting to distemper series, chlamydia and rabies shots given at least seven days prior to Fair must be shown at vet check. Nails must be clipped! Cat must pass vet check before being allowed in the barn. 4. Cats will be entered on the first day of Fair. Cats are to be taken home each night at 10 p.m. except Sunday when they are released at 7 p.m. and back on display by 9 a.m. the following morning every day of Fair. 5. Exhibitors must provide bedding, food, dishes, litter box and litter box material. Members are responsible for the care of their cat and


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keeping their cage clean. Each member and designated adult must serve on barn duty at least once a day. A sign up sheet will be posted in the building. 6. Cages may be decorated to the Fair theme, but cats must be in full view at all times. 7. Each Exhibitor must have an educational poster to be judged and displayed in the barn. 8. Members are not to use cellphones (this includes text messages) while doing barn duty. 9. State Qualifying is done with the results of the Fitting & Showing class at Fair. The Champions in Jr., Int. and Sr. Classes automatically qualify for State Fair. After that, the scores of blue ribbon winners determine eligibility for state. CLASSES: B R W P 24 18 12 x Purebred Cats Spayed Neutered Household Pets Spayed Neutered Kittens (4 to 8 months) All sexes in one class Purebred Household Pet Senior Cats (10 years & over) All sexes in one class Fitting & Showing 40 30 20 10 Decorated Cage 30 20 10 5 Educational Poster (limit 2) 10 8 6 5 Judging 30 20 10 5 Costume 30 20 10 5 Herdsmanship 15 10 5 3 P – Participation for Primary only! COSTUME RULES: 1. Cat only in costume. Member dressed in non-distracting clothing to show off cat and costume. 2. Costume must be made by 4-H member. 3. Costume should follow Fair theme – “Rock With The Stock.”

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4-H/FFA Dog

Co-Superintendents: Karen Fink 360-683-4918 / Elaine Diedrich 360-683-2226 Open to 4-H dog members only. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: 1. Visual health inspection by Fair Veterinarian will start at 8 a.m. first day of Fair. 2. Vaccinations: Required – Rabies, DHPP and Kennel Cough. Recommended – Lepto & Corona 3. Dogs In Season: Mandatory – be on chlorophyll or equivalent with note from vet., wear britches, will be judged last and not permitted in barn. Superintendent must be notified on arrival. 4. Vicious and/or uncontrollable dogs are not allowed. Dogs that the barn Superintendent observes that develop vicious or uncontrollable behavior during Fair will be sent home. DOG EXHIBITOR RULES: 1. A 4-H/FFA member who is enrolled with 2 dogs and has been training them, may enter both dogs in obedience. Record book will be checked for verification. Two dogs may be entered in any class but showmanship. 2. Dog registration must be in by August 1st. 3. Exhibitors must confine their dogs to the exhibit area, show ring and designated exercise area. Do not take dog to other barn areas or the restrooms. 4. Each exhibitor or person doing barn duty must walk or exercise the animal. 5. When removing dogs from the grounds, they must be taken directly to car and off the grounds. 6. All dogs must be removed from the building to their homes at 10 p.m. Thursday – Saturday & 7 p.m. Sunday. No one else will be excused at an earlier time unless approved by Superintendent. 7. No dog shall be disqualified because of spaying, neutering, or birth defects. 8. At least one 4-H/FFA member on duty for every five dogs and 1 adult on duty for each club at all times. 9. Leaders or Superintendent may ask any member of their club to leave the grounds with their dog if behavior is unacceptable. 10. Antisocial or uncontrollable dogs will be sent home. Dogs visibly ill can be dismissed from participation, if approved by Fair vet. 11. In all dog contests, judge’s decision will be final. 12. NO DOGS may leave the dog barn area from the opening of the day until lights out each day without both Barn Superintendents’ authorizations. That includes taking your dog to your camp site or off the Fairgrounds. 13. No food, drinks or water in Dog Barn. 14. Cell phones (including text messaging), iPods and any Handheld games are NOT allowed in the Dog Barn. EQUIPMENT: Obedience Collars/Rally: Training (slip) collars, flat limited slip, and flat buckle collars are all acceptable. A flat collar must be adjusted so the dog cannot back out of it. No tags allowed on the collar. 1. Showmanship Equipment: Dogs should be shown using the same or similar equipment used for your breed when shown in A.K.C. conformation. 2. Benching Equipment: Harness attached to chain or cable short enough to keep the dog on the bench while giving the dog enough room to sit, stand and turn. 3. Agility Collar: a properly fitted flat buckle, snap or martingale collar, no leash is used for agility


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CLASS: FITTING & SHOWING

Clallam County Fair Exhibitors Guide B R W P 40 30 20 10

Dogs used by the exhibitor for obedience trials must be the same dog used in Fitting & Showing. A score of 90-100 will be required for a blue. A red will be 89-80. Score sheets are available at the County Extension Office for categories to be judged. Baiting will be allowed in showmanship contest. (Distracting other dogs with bait is considered improper, as well as throwing bait on the ground and not picking it up.) Any type of noise makers is considered distracting and will not be allowed in the ring. Grooming – All scissoring and general grooming (Toenails, bath, teeth, etc.) must be done by the 4-H’r. Clipping may be done by someone else but the 4-H’r must tell this to the judge during the individual exam. Scissoring is optional. Parents are not allowed to do major grooming. 4-H’rs may be disqualified if parent does grooming on the fairgrounds. CLASS: BREED CONFORMATION This class will be held after Fitting & Showing is completed. Dog used in Fitting & Showing must be used for conformation. Lot B R W P 24 18 12 6 1. Sport Dogs/Group I 2. Hounds/Group II 3. Working /Group III 4. Herding/Group IV 5. Terriers/Group V 6. Toys/Group VI 7. Non-sporting/Group VII 8. Mixed Breeds/Group VIII

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CLASS: OBEDIENCE A person receiving a blue in obedience at county or state level must move up to the next level the next 4-H year. If a 4-H’r receives a red in obedience, they have the option of moving up or may show in the class they received a red. There will be no challenging a higher class and also entering the lower class. If a 4-H’r moves up to Graduate Novice (or above) and has not passed Novice Class, they must receive a red or blue in Graduate Novice to be eligible to go to state. If a 4-H’r has received a blue in the Novice Class, they may move up to Graduate Novice and qualify to go to state with a white in obedience and a blue in Fitting & Showing. Any dog who passed novice or higher obedience level at any county or state Fair or who has AKC or UKC title may compete at a higher obedience class and be eligible for all awards, or show a lower class at county Fair, but forfeits all claims to rosettes and plaques, flat ribbons and premium points are unaffected. The 4-H’r who receives a blue in fitting & showing and shows two dogs in obedience, whichever qualifies for state in obedience becomes the Fitting & Showing dog at state. At no time will a 4-H’r bait his/her dog in the obedience ring. Lot B R W P 40 30 22 14 1. Beginners Obedience (not a State qualifier) 2. Pre Novice 3. Novice 4. Advanced Novice 5. Graduate Novice 6. Open 7. Utility Y 8. Utility 9. Versatility 10. Veteran/Handicapped One of the dogs on a brace and all dogs of a team must have met


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individual qualification requirements in the individual classes and must qualify by score in order to show at state fair. A Brace must be entered at the level of the lowest dog. Teams may enter at the level of the lowest dog, but should be all of the same level, if possible. Teams must be entered at the age of the oldest member. All teams must register at time of County Fair registration to be eligible to enter County Fair for state qualification. To qualify for State, Pre Novice or Novice and Pre Novice or Novice brace must receive a blue score of 185 or above or red score 184-170. All other obedience classes and Braces, Graduate Novice teams must have a blue in Fitting & Showing and must enter that obedience class. Novice Y and Novice teams must have a score of 680-800 to qualify for State. CLASS: JUDGING B R W P 30 20 10 5 Dog judging consist of the following classes. One obedience class – any level. Dog breed identification (25 breeds). Dog parts identification. Other – dog related classes, at least 2 classes. A written test will be part of judging and will be done on Friday of Fair. Written and oral reason may be on any classes. At least 1 oral reason class will be required by intermediates and seniors. Numbers will be clearly marked on each table. CLASS: AGILITY 15 10 8 5 Lot 1. Small Dogs: 10” and under Jump 4” Junior/Intermediate/Senior 2. Medium Dogs: 14” to 10+” Junior/Intermediate/Senior 3. Large Dogs: over 14” Junior/Intermediate/Senior   This class will be scored in a similar fashion to the Washington State 4-H Elementary Class. Scored on faults only. Time will only come into play to break a tie. Because of inadequate space we are unable to qualify dog handler teams for state at our county fair. A flat collar is required for agility. CLASS: COSTUME 15 10 8 5 Costume must show originality and planning.

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CLASS: DOG BOWL B R W P 15 10 5 0 Dog Bowl will be for individuals interested in entering/showing their dog’s knowledge. Team for State will be formed from participants. CLASS: RALLY 30 20 10 0 Rally is considered a combination of obedience and agility in that it has a course of numbered stations. Each station has a sign with pictures and an explanation. It is a scored and timed activity. Lot 1. Pre Novice: For those entered in Beginner and Pre Novice Obedience. 2. Advanced: Done off leash includes a jump. 3. Novice: This course will be done on leash and will not include a jump CLASS: HERDSMANSHIP 30 20 10 5 For complete rules, a list will be posted in dog office. 1. There is to be no eating or drinking in benching area by 4-Hers. 2. Grooming done only in designated area outside barn. Parents or leaders are not allowed to do grooming. 3. No 4-H’r may go barefoot. Closed toe shoes allowed. 4. Exhibitor must dress properly; no low cut (back or front) or sleeveless dresses and bare tops. No heel shoes. Shorts, dresses & skirts must be finger tip length. Improperly dressed exhibitor will be asked to change or leave. 5. No running or rowdy behavior. 6. Each dog must have suitable benching equipment. See Equipment above. 7. 4-H’r or designated person may sit with their dog. Dogs must be visible to the viewing public. Friends are not allowed in the benching area at any time. 8. When taking dogs to the poop ring you must use their leash NO benching chains. More details on all events in 4-H Dog Rules Book (Leaders & Superintendents have them).

4-H/FFA Goat

Superintendent: Shirley Gump 461-6447 Rules listed below are in addition to the rules listed in the Fairs Exhibitors Guide under General Rules, General Rules: Livestock, General & Minimum Animal Health Requirements For County Fairs, 4-H/FFA General Rules, and 4-H/FFA Livestock/ Animal Rules, so please make sure you have read these sections. 1. Entry Forms – Entries must be received at the Fair Office or postmarked by August 1st; mailed entries should be sent to Clallam County Fair, Attn: Goat Barn, 1608 West 16th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363. Each 4-H exhibitor should fill out one green 4-H entry form for each goat project, for example all your Dairy goat entries on one form and all Pygmy goat entries on a separate form. Please note: 2 forms may be used for one project if additional space is needed. 2. Mandatory barn clean-up is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, July 30th at 10 a.m. – Please check with Goat Barn Superintendent to make sure it is still happening on this day, if you know you will not be able to attend please call and let the Superintendent know when you would be available to help, we are often working on the barn before and after this day so there is plenty of opportunity to put some time in helping. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. You may wish to bring lunch or a snack in case you get hungry.


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3. Exhibitors Meeting will be Wednesday August 17th at 9 a.m. – If you are unable to attend please let the Superintendent know as soon as you are able. We will go over things such as rules, evacuation plans, expectations and barn duty. 4. Exhibitors need to bring – barn cleaning supplies, buckets, grain, and tack. Tack and personal items will be stored in designated areas only. Hay (if you choose to bring your own) will either need to be stored at your campsite or there may be room in the barn for hay depending on number of entries. Cleaning equipment can be stored at your campsite or be neatly stored in wash area at owner’s risk, as it often gets borrowed. 5. Exhibitors must decorate and display educational materials in their area of the barn as part of herdsmanship. Decorations are to be in place by 9 p.m. Wednesday. 6. All exhibitors are automatically entered in herdsmanship and will be judged daily. Be reminded that 4-H/FFA members must do their own herdsmanship, which includes barn duty. 7. No food, drink, or water bottles allowed in the barn. A designated area to store and eat food will be announced at the Exhibitor Meeting. 8. All animals must be in their pens, with animal chores completed, and pens presentable to the public from 9 a.m. until Fair closes each day. Animals are to remain in their pens during Fair hours except for shows or demonstrations approved by the Superintendent or the Assistant. 9. Exhibitors must be clean, neat, and appropriately attired for public exhibit and safety. No sandals, open toe shoes or bare feet. No roughhousing or running in the barn or use of loud or profane language. 10. All clipping must be done in the designated areas only. Bathing and clipping should be done at home prior to bringing your animal to Fair if at all possible; this is less stressful for your animal. 11. Base date for computing age of animal shall be the day the animal is to be judged, Proof of date of birth may be required so come prepared. If proof of age is not available, the Superintendent will decide the age class of the animal. 12. Barn Superintendent reserves the right to combine or cancel classes. 13. Any animal that is deemed unruly or dangerous, by the Superintendent, will be asked to leave the Fair immediately. Superintendent reserves the right to reject any exhibit/entry on the basis of health. 14. Failure to follow barn rules could result in loss of premium points. 15. All animals exhibited may be used in other classes such as the judging class. Due to the small number of entries, your animal may also be needed for the Round Robin competition. We will make every effort to contact you in advance if we need to use your animal. 16. Fitting and Showmanship are required for each project entered. 17. Animals shown in group classes must have been shown in their regular type class.

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18. Showing horned animals in 4-H:  Horned, non-dairy goats may be exhibited in 4-H showmanship classes where animals are not exchanged between youth in the show ring. For a horned animal to be exhibited it must have its horn tips covered. If the non-dairy goat has scurs (horn re-growth), these scurs cannot exceed 1” in length without the horn tips being covered. Non-dairy horned goats may be shown in market and breeding classes but they must have horn tips covered as a safety precaution. 19. No Primary may show a horned goat of any breed. 20. No dairy goats with horns are permitted. 21. The definition of horns includes “scurs,” that extend more than one inch beyond the skin. 22. No Bucks over 3 months of age, there will be no classes for bucks, but if you have a buckling who is still on his dam he may be permitted in the barn. If pen space is low Does and Wethers will have preference. Notify barn Superintendent of State intentions by Saturday. Goat show day and time to be announced. MISC GOAT CLASSES

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30 20 10

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CLASS 103: GOAT HERD 60 40 20 Lot 1 – Dam & Daughter (owned by exhibitor) Lot 2 – Produce of Dam (2 does any age from same Dam, owned by exhibitor) Lot 3 – Get of Sire (3 does any age from same Sire, owned by exhibitor) Lot 4 – Farm Herd (3 does any age, owned by exhibitor) Lot 5 – Club Herd (3 does any age, from one club, must be owned by 2 or more exhibitors.) CLASS 104: GOAT AGILITY – OBSTACLE COURSE B R W P Lot 1 – Primary 15 10 8 5 Lot 2 – Junior Lot 3 – Intermediate Lot 4 – Senior A fun course for kids and goats. Jump over jumps, go through hoops, weave through poles and etc. Shows how well the handler and goat works as a team.

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Project Equipment – For entering items made for your project by you such as a Milking stand, Tack Box, Goat Blanket, Feeder, Milk Production Records, or other, see the Still Life Class: HANDMADE 4-H PROJECT EQUIPMENT, there are several different lots to choose from. PYGMY/PYGORA GOAT 1. Goats may be shown with nylon or leather collar, or neck chain (short leads are ok). 2. Pygmy goat exhibitors should wear long dark pants(black preferred) and white shirts hen showing their animals. CLASS 201 – FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP B R W P 40 30 20 10 Lot 1 – Primaries Lot 2 – Juniors Lot 3 – Intermediates Lot 4 – Seniors (Classes 202-203) B R W 60 40 20 CLASS 202 – PYGMY GOATS CLASS 203 – PYGORA GOATS Lot 1 – Wether under 1 year of age Lot 2 – Wether over 1 year of age Lot 3 – Doe 0-6 months of age - never freshened Lot 4 – Doe 6-12 months of age - never freshened Lot 5 – Doe 12-24 months of age - never freshened Lot 6 – Doe over 24 mo. of age - never freshened Lot 7 – Doe over 2 mo. and under 24 mo. of age – first freshening Lot 8 – Doe 2-4 years of age – ever freshened Lot 9 – Doe 4 years and older – ever freshened DAIRY GOAT All does in milk must be milked completely after 7 p.m. of the night before the does are to be exhibited for Type. The Superintendent of the Goat Show has sole authority and responsibility to certify that each animal has been milked.

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All dairy goats must be polled or dehorned. Dairy goats may not cross enter into meat classes (dairy wethers may be shown in meat or utility classes). All dairy goats must be milked 2 times per 24 hour period, unless otherwise approved by Superintendent. There will be two milk stands available for use at the Fair. Bring your own grain dish. You are responsible to clean up after yourself and put your milking supplies back in the tack room when you have finished milking. Milk is to be taken to the drain by the cattle barn, not to be dumped in the wash-rack drain or in bathrooms. Dairy Goat Showmen are to wear white shirts and white pants. CLASS 301 – FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP Lot 1 – Juniors Lot 2 – Intermediates Lot 3 – Seniors

B R W 40 30 20

(Classes 302-308) B R W 60 40 20 CLASS 302 – ALPINE CLASS 303 – LAMANCHA CLASS 304 – NUBIAN CLASS 305 – NIGERIAN DWARF CLASS 306 – TOGGENBURG CLASS 307 – ALL OTHER PUREBREDS (WILL BE SHOWN BY BREED) CLASS 308 – GRADE Lot 1 – 0-3 months Lot 2 – 3-6 months Lot 3 – 6-12 months Lot 4 – 1 year - under 2 never in milk Lot 5 – 1 year - under 2 in milk Lot 6 – 2 years - under 3 in milk Lot 7 – 3 years - under 5 in milk Lot 8 – Does 5 years and over in milk


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Clallam County Fair Exhibitors Guide

MEAT GOAT 1. Goats may be shown with nylon or leather collar, or neck chain (short leads are ok). 2. Exhibitors should wear long dark pants (black preferred) and white shirts when showing their animals. CLASS 401 – MEAT GOAT FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP B R W 40 30 20 Lot 1 – Juniors Lot 2 – Intermediates Lot 3 – Seniors (Classes 402-405) B R W 60 40 20 CLASS 402 – BOER (purebred and fullblood) CLASS 403 – ALL OTHER BREEDS (WILL BE SHOWN BY BREED) CLASS 404 – CROSS BREEDS (including percentage Boers and Dairy/ Meat crossbreeds) Lot 1 – Does under 3 months Lot 2 – Does 3-6 months Lot 3 – Does 6-9 months Lot 4 – Does 9-12 months Lot 5 – Does 12-24 months, never kidded Lot 6 – Does 1-2 years, kidded Lot 7 – Does 2-3 years, kidded Lot 8 – Does 3-5 years, kidded Lot 9 – Does over 5 years, kidded CLASS 405 – MARKET GOATS (ALL BREEDS JUDGED TOGETHER) All animals are to be under one year of age. Lot 1 – Feeder (under 65 lbs.) Lot 2 – Market (over 65 lbs.) PACK/UTILITY GOAT 1. Goats may be shown with nylon or leather halter or collar on short leads. 2. Exhibitors should wear long dark pants (black preferred) and white shirts when showing their animals. 3. Pack goats will wear a pack (provided by owner) for the fitting and showmanship class. The trail course will be a part of the fitting and showmanship class. CLASS 501 – PACK/UTILITY GOAT FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP B R W 40 30 20 Lot 1 – Juniors Lot 2 – Intermediates Lot 3 – Seniors Classes 502-503) B R W 60 40 20 CLASS 502 – PACK GOATS CLASS 503 – HARNESS GOATS (Classes 502 & 503 may be combined depending on number of entries) Animals to be judged on conformation Lot 1 – Wether under 1 year of age Lot 2 – Wether 1 – 2 years of age Lot 3 – Wether 2 – 3 years of age Lot 4 – Wether over 3 years of age Lot 5 – Does under 1 year of age Lot 6 – Does 1 – 3 years of age Lot 7 – Does over 3 years of age

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CLASS 504 – HARNESS GOAT PRECISION DRIVING B R W 30 20 10 Lot 1 – Juniors Lot 2 – Intermediates

4-H / FFA Llama and Alpaca

Superintendent: Shirley Gump 461-6447 Rules listed below are in addition to the rules listed in the Fairs Exhibitors Guide under General Rules, General Rules: Livestock, General & Minimum Animal Health Requirements For County Fairs, 4-H/FFA General Rules, and 4-H/FFA Livestock/ Animal Rules, so please make sure you have read these sections. 1. Entry Forms – Entries must be received at the Fair Office or postmarked by August 1st; mailed entries should be sent to Clallam County Fair, ATTN: Goat/Llama Barn, 1608 West 16th Street, Port Angeles, WA 98363. Each 4-H exhibitor should fill out one green 4-H entry form for each goat project, for example all your Dairy goat entries on one form and all Pygmy goat entries on a separate form. Please note: 2 forms may be used for one project if additional space is needed. 2. Mandatory barn clean-up is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, July 30th at 10 a.m. – Please check with Goat/Llama Barn Superintendent to make sure it is still happening on this day, if you know you will not be able to attend please call and let the Superintendent know when you would be available to help, we are often working on the barn before and after this day so there is plenty of opportunity to put some time in helping. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. You may wish to bring lunch or a snack in case you get hungry. 3. Exhibitors Meeting will be Wednesday August 17th at 9 a.m. – If you are unable to attend please let the Superintendent know as soon as you are able. We will go over things such as rules, evacuation plans, expectations and barn duty. 4. Exhibitors need to bring – barn cleaning supplies, buckets, grain, and tack. Tack and personal items will be stored in designated areas only. Hay (if you choose to bring your own) will either need to be stored at your campsite or there may be room in the barn for hay depending on number of entries. Cleaning equipment can be stored at your campsite or be neatly stored in wash area at owner’s risk, as it often gets borrowed. 5. Exhibitors must decorate and display educational materials in their area of the barn


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as part of herdsmanship. Decorations are to be in place by 9 p.m. Wednesday. 6. All exhibitors are automatically entered in herdsmanship and will be judged daily. Be reminded that 4-H/FFA members must do their own herdsmanship, which includes barn duty. 7. No food, drink, or water bottles allowed in the barn. A designated area to store and eat food will be announced at the Exhibitor Meeting. 8. All animals must be in their pens, with animal chores completed, and pens presentable to the public from 9 a.m. until Fair closes each day. Animals are to remain in their pens during Fair hours except for shows or demonstrations approved by the Superintendent or the Assistant. 9. Exhibitors must be clean, neat and appropriately attired for public exhibit and safety. No sandals, open toe shoes or bare feet. No roughhousing or running in the barn or use of loud or profane language. 10. All clipping must be done in the designated areas only. Bathing and clipping should be done at home prior to bringing your animal to Fair if at all possible; this is less stressful for your animal. 11. Base date for computing age of animal shall be the day the animal is to be judged, Proof of date of birth may be required so come prepared. If proof of age is not available, the Superintendent will decide the age class of the animal. 12. Barn Superintendent reserves the right to combine or cancel classes. 13. Any animal that is deemed unruly or dangerous, by the Superintendent, will be asked to leave the Fair immediately. Superintendent reserves the right to reject any exhibit/entry on the basis of health. 14. Failure to follow barn rules could result in loss of premium points. 15. All animals exhibited may be used in other classes such as the judging class. Due to the small number of entries, your animal may also be needed for the Round Robin competition. We will make every effort to contact you in advance if we need to use your animal. 16. Llamas and Alpacas shall be shown in black halters and lead ropes with no knots or loops. Notify barn Superintendent of State intentions by Saturday. Members must use same animal for Fitting & Showing and Trail Obstacle to qualify for State. Llama/Alpaca Show day and time to be announced. LLAMA / ALPACA CLASS 600 – HERDSMANSHIP (required) CLASS 601 – FITTING & SHOWMANSHIP Lot 1 Junior Lot 2 Intermediate Lot 3 Senior

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CLASS 602 - TRAIL OBSTACLE (without pack) 30 20 10 Lot 1 Junior Lot 2 Intermediate Lot 3 Senior CLASS 603 – HANDLER CLASS Lot 1 Junior Lot 2 Intermediate Lot 3 Senior CLASS 604 - PR (Public Relations) Lot 1 Junior Lot 2 Intermediate Lot 3 Senior

30 20 10

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CLASS 605 – PACK (Llamas & Alpacas must be 18 months or older. The main compartments of the pack must be filled out to show the Llama or Alpaca is capable of maneuvering with its pack) Lot 1 Junior Lot 2 Intermediate Lot 3 Senior

4-H/FFA Sheep

Division 4-HSH/FFASH Superintendent: Cyndie Stumbaugh 683-6495 RULES: 1. General rules of County Fair apply. 2. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Cyndie Stumbaugh, 1005 Towne Rd., Sequim, WA 98382. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 3. Market lambs will not enter in breeding stock classes in the same division. 4. Champion and reserve champion rosettes will be awarded only if there is competition or quality to justify. 5. No crossbred rams, except in Natural Colored sheep. 6. Wool breeds to be shown in full fleece (for time of year). 7. All animals must be vet checked before being placed in pens and the Superintendent reserves the right to reject any entries on the basis of quality or signs of disease. 8. All 4-H and FFA rules for livestock will be followed or premiums may be withheld at the discretion of the barn Superintendent. 9. All animals (except market lambs) must have Scrapie Tag. 10. Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries per lot unless otherwise noted. Class 650 Herdsmanship Class 651 Fitting & Showing Lot 1 Juniors 4-H Lot 2 Intermediates 4-H Lot 3 Seniors 4-H Lot 4 Novice FFA Lot 5 Senior FFA Class 652 Border Cheviot Class 653 Dorset

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Class 654 Hampshire Class 655 Montadale Class 656 North Country Cheviot Class 657 Oxford Class 658 Shropshire Class 659 Suffolk Class 660 Southdown Class 661 All other Breeds – Down (Meat) (Will be shown by breed) Class 662 Border Leicester Class 663 Columbia Class 664 Corriedale Class 665 Lincoln Class 666 Romney Class 667 Targhee Class 668 All other Breeds – Wool (Will be shown by breed) Class 669 Natural Colored Class 670 Natural Colored Lincoln Class 671 Natural Colored Romney 60 40 20 Class 672 Crossbred (ewes only) Lot 1 Ram – 1 year old and under 2 years old (purebred only) Lot 2 Ram lamb – under 1 year old Lot 3 Ewe lamb – under 1 year old Lot 4 Yearling ewe – 1 year old and under 2 years old Lot 5 Aged ewe – 2 years old and older Lot 6 Best pair (best 2 sheep owned by exhibitor) Lot 7 Small flock (1 ram and 2 ewes) Lot 8 Flock (1 yearling ram, 1 ram lamb, 1 ewe lamb, 2 ewes) Class 673 All Breed Wethers (Wooly Wethers) Lot 1 Wool Breeds – in full fleece Lot 2 Down Breeds – in full fleece Every animal must show in proper singles lot before entering in any group lot. MARKET LAMB Exhibitors are limited to 2 market lambs in each lot except Lot 3 (Auction Lamb) which is limited to 4. Lambs must be under 1 year of age. 1. Only wethers & ewes are eligible to compete in market class. Rams are not eligible. 2. Slick shorn is recommended and wool length will be no longer than 3/8” extended. 3. There are no breed classes for market lambs. If there are more than 10 entries, lambs may be divided into two or more classes according to weight. 4. Lambs will be classified into market grades and placed within that grade. Class 680 Market lambs 60 40 20 Lot 1 Market lamb (90 lbs. and over) Lot 2 Feeder lamb (60 to 90 lbs.) Lot 3 4-H/FFA Auction Lamb Class 685 Judging 30 20 10 Lot 1 Juniors Lot 2 Intermediates Lot 3 Senior Lot 4 Novice FFA Lot 5 Senior FFA Class 686 Demonstrations Class 687 Costume Class Class 688 Quality Assurance Lot 1 Juniors Lot 2 Intermediates Lot 3 Senior

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Class 689 Lad & Ladies Lead This is a ribbon only class. Outfits must be at least 70% wool and a written description of the outfit and the entrants must be provided.

4-H/FFA Fleece

Superintendent: Cyndie Stumbaugh 683-6495 RULES: 1. Fleece must be shorn from sheep owned by the exhibitor. 2. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Cyndie Stumbaugh, 1005 Towne Rd., Sequim, WA 98382.   The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. 3. Fleece must have been shorn this year. 4. Fleeces shall not be more than 12 months growth. 5. Fleece must be rolled, flesh side out, in a manner to allow their being handled. Mohair fleece should be packaged appropriately. 6. Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries per lot. 7. Fleeces will be judged on color of wool, cleanliness, packaging, weight of fleece, length of fiber, uniformity of grade, density, brightness and luster, crimp, lock size, and absence of defects and foreign matter. 8. Fleeces showing evidence of moths or moth damage shall be immediately disqualified. 9. Entries must be whole fleece, not just a sample. B R W 35 25 15 Class 310 White Wool (Meat Type Breeds) Class 311 White Wool (Wool Type Breeds) Lot 1 Fine Lot 2 Medium Lot 3 Coarse Lot 4 Braid Class 312 Natural Colored Wool Class 313 Mohair (Angora Goat) Class 314 Cashmere Class 315 Llama (Sheared) Lot 1 Double Coat (Llama aged 2 years and under) Lot 2 Double Coat (Llama older than 2 years) Lot 3 Single Coat (Llama aged 2 years and under) Lot 4 Single Coat (Llama older than 2 years) Class 316 Llama (Combed) Lot 1 Double Coat (Llama aged 2 years and under) Lot 2 Double Coat (Llama older than 2 years) Lot 3 Single Coat (Llama aged 2 years and under) Lot 4 Single Coat (Llama older than 2 years) Class 317 Angora (Rabbit) Class 318 Alpaca Lot 1 Huacaya (Alpaca aged up to 1 year) Lot 2 Huacaya (Alpaca aged 1 to 2 years) Lot 3 Huacaya (Alpaca aged over 2 years) Lot 4 Suri (Alpaca aged up to 1 year) Lot 5 Suri (Alpaca aged 1 to 2 years) Lot 6 Suri (Alpaca aged over 2 years Class 319 All Other Fiber

4-H/FFA Swine

DIVISION 4-HSW/FFASW Superintendent: Bob Cristion 457-0870 OUT-OF-STATE SWINE: Feeder & breeder swine must be tested negative to Pseudorabies within 30 days prior entry except swine


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originating from Pseudorabies qualified negative herd where the qualifying test has been conducted within sixty days of shipment & all new additions since the test have been tested negative or are from states classified as Stage IV or V by the Pseudorabies Eradication Committee. Swine six months and over must be negative to a Brucellosis test 30 days prior to entry except swine originating from a validated brucellosis free herd or state or area. The Superintendent reserves the right to reject any entries on the basis of quality or signs of disease. The Fair vet will inspect all animals prior to entrance. Animals must be clean and groomed prior to entrance. Judging is by the Danish System. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Bob Cristion, 243 Lilly Rd., Port Angeles, WA 98362. Space is limited, so enter early. It is on a first come, first served basis. Due to space limitations, auction animals that are underweight may not be able to enter the Fair. General rules of the County Fair apply. Animals must remain at Fair until 7 p.m. Sunday. Exceptions must have Fair Manager’s approval.

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Lot 1 Juniors 4-H Lot 2 Intermediates 4-H Lot 3 Senior 4-H Lot 4 Novice FFA Lot 5 Senior FFA Class 610 Berkshire Class 611 Chester White

Purebreds & High Grades. Limit of 2 entries per lot. Class Definitions: Sow – female hog that has had at least one litter. Gilt – young female hog that has not farrowed. Barrow – castrated male hog. B R W Class 600 Herdsmanship 30 20 10 Class 605 Fitting & Showing 40 30 20 The Champion showman of the Senior and Intermediate classes are required to participate in the large animal livestock Round Robin competition, on Sunday at 11 a.m. Any exceptions must have the barn Superintendent’s permission.

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Class 612 Class 613 Class 614 Class 615 Class 616 Class 617 Class 618 Class 619 Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5

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Duroc Hampshire Landrace Poland China Spot Yorkshire All other Breeds Purebred Cross Bred (Females only) Junior Spring Gilt, (Farrowed after Mar 14, Current Year) Senior Spring Gilt, (Farrowed after Jan 1, and before Mar 14, Current Year)

Senior Gilt, (Farrowed after Aug. 1 and before Dec 31, Previous Year) Sow, (Farrowed Before Aug. 1, Previous Year) Sow and Litter (must have at least 6 piglets, 6 weeks or less in age)

B R W 70 50 30 MARKET SWINE Hogs weighing less than 220 pounds and not finished for market will be entered in the feeder class. Hogs weighing over 220 Pounds and finished for market will be entered in the market class. Each hog in the pen must weigh within the limits of either the feeder or market weight limit. There will be no breed class for market or feeder hogs. Class 630 Feeder Swine B R W Lot 1 Single Feeder 60 40 20 Class 631 Market Swine Lot 1 Single Hog 60 40 20 Lot 2 4-H/FFA Auction Hog 60 40 20 Class 640 Judging 30 20 10 Lot 1 Juniors Lot 2 Intermediates Lot 3 Senior Class 645 Quality Assurance Lot 1 Juniors Lot 2 Intermediates Lot 3 Senior

4-H/FFA Dairy/Beef Cattle

Superintendent: Julie Mowbray 457-5403 If space becomes a problem exhibitors will be limited to five (5) animals. CATTLE SHOWING EVIDENCE OF RINGWORM LESIONS AND/OR WARTS WILL BE REJECTED BY THE FAIR VETERINARIAN. (SEE GENERAL RULES, OPEN CLASS SECTION, PAGE 6.) 4‑H/FFA Animal Livestock rules apply, see page 44. SPECIFIC HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: (1) It is recommended that all heifers eligible for Brucellosis (Bangs) vaccination be vaccinated prior to the Fair; (2) All eligible heifers & cows, 1 year or older must have been vaccinated against Brucellosis; (3) Non-vaccinated heifers, over 1 year of age, may be exhibited provided they have tested negative for Brucellosis; (4) Plan Ahead – It requires up to 10 days to receive blood test results from the laboratory for animals requiring a Brucellosis test; (5) Any animal whose owner cannot produce evidence of vaccination, in the form of a tattoo, must have a negative official Brucellosis test done through a State or Federal laboratory within 90 days prior to the opening of Fair; (6) Any animal to be viewed by the public that has an injury that is unsightly will not be allowed at the Fair.

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All in county 4‑H and FFA cattle must arrive to the fairgrounds for vet check and then stalled on the Tuesday of Fair week unless special permission has been granted.

4-H/FFA Dairy Cattle

Premium Points B R W 60 45 30 RULES: 1. 4-H/FFA Livestock/Animal Rules apply. 2. Livestock, both registered and high quality grade animals are eligible. 3. Bulls are not eligible for 4-H club work. Entries must be postmarked by August 1st and mailed to Julie Mowbray, 103 Champion Rd, Port Angeles, WA 98362. The Superintendent has the right to limit entries. Entry forms must be on the correct color of paper, 4‑H on Green, FFA on Blue, Open Youth on Pink, and Open Adult on White. Entry forms are available at the Fair Office. CLASSES: HO – Holstein BS – Brown Swiss GU – Gurnsey MS – Milking Shorthorn JE – Jersey OT – Other Breed (will be shown by breed – specify breed). Lot 1. Junior heifer calf born after March 1, current year. 2. Intermediate heifer calf born Dec. 1, previous year, through Feb. 28, current year. 3. Senior heifer calf born Sept. 1 through Nov. 30, previous year. 4. Summer yearling heifer born June 1 through Aug. 31, previous year. 5. Junior yearling heifer born Mar. 1 through May 31, previous year. 6. Winter yearling heifer born Dec. 1, two years previous, through Feb. 28, one year previous. 7. Senior yearling heifer born Sept. 1 two years previous, through Nov. 30, two years previous. 8. Unfreshened heifers born between Sept. 1, three years previous, and Aug. 31, two years previous. 9. Cows, 2 years and under 3, born Sept. 1, three years previous, and Aug. 31, two years previous. 10. Cows, 3 years and under 4, born Sept. 1, four years previous, through Aug. 31, three years previous. 11. Cows, 4 years and under 5, born Sept. 1, five years previous, through Aug. 31, four years previous. 12. Cows, 5 years and under 6, born Sept. 1, six years previous, through Aug. 31, five years previous. 13. Aged cows, six years and over. 14. Dry cow, any age. 15. Club herd, 4 animals of one breed, not more than 2 animals entered by any one exhibitor (Ribbon Only) 16. Produce of Dam – 2 females, the produce of one cow, Dam must be named. Each exhibitor limited to one entry. 17. Dam/daughter 18. Best 3 females, any age, all bred owned by exhibitor. Limit one entry. 19. Best udder. FITTING & SHOWING CLASSES: F & S - 4-H Lot 1: Senior Lot 2: Intermediate Lot 3: Junior

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Late junior yearling heifer, calved March 1 - April 30, previous year. Early junior yearling heifer, calved Jan. 1 - Feb. 28, previous year. Senior yearling heifer, calved Sept. 1 - Dec. 31, 2 years previous. Two year old heifer, calved May 1 - Aug. 31, 2 years previous. Mature cow, must have calved. Cow/calf pair (calf or current year). Bull calved (all breeds and ages judged together). Club herd, 4 animals of the same breed. Not more than 2 animals entered by any one exhibitor. (Ribbon Only)

STEERS Class: ST Lot 1. Veal calf (4 months and under). 2. Light feeder steers (less than 550 lbs.) 3. Medium feeder steers (551 to 900 lbs.) 4. Heavy feeder steers (901 lbs. and over) 5. Market steer finished for slaughter, (Blue ribbon steers may be prime, choice or select). Non-sale animals only! 6. Commercial auction steer (only steers that have met all requirements of the Clallam County Junior Livestock Auction). 7. Specialty auction steer (only steers that have met all requirements of the Clallam County Junior Livestock Auction). F & S – FFA Lot 1: Graduate Lot 2: Senior Lot 3: Novice All exhibitors showing animals in conformation classes will be required to enter the Fitting & Showing contest. Fitting & Showing classes will Not be held for any exhibitor. Exhibitors who miss their Fitting & Showing class will be given the opportunity to fulfill their Fitting & Showing requirement within a subsequent Fitting & Showing class, if available, and will be judged on an individual basis. They will not be eligible for a Champion Award. The Champion showman of the Senior and Intermediate classes are required to participate in the large animal livestock Round Robin competition, on Sunday at 11 a.m. Any exceptions must have the barn Superintendent’s permission. B R W JUDGING 30 20 10 HERDSMANSHIP 30 20 10 EQUIPMENT 15 12 00

4-H/FFA Beef Cattle Premium Points

B R W 60 45 30

CLASSES: AN – Angus SI – Simmental HP – Polled Hereford AR – Red Angus MH – Miniature Hereford TA – Tarentaise SH – Shorthorn OT – Other Breed (will be shown by breed) Lot 1. Junior heifer calf, calved after Jan. 1 same year. 2. Winter heifer calf, calved Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, previous year. 3. Senior heifer calf, calved Sept. 1 - Oct. 31, previous year. 4. Late summer yearling heifer, calved July 1 - Aug. 31, previous year. 5. Early summer yearling heifer, calved May 1 - June 30, previous year

FITTING & SHOWING CLASS: FS - 4-H Lot 1: Senior Lot 2: Intermediate Lot 3: Junior FS - FFA Lot 1: Graduate Lot 2: Senior Lot 3: Novice

B R W 40 30 20

All exhibitors showing animals in conformation classes will be required to enter the Fitting & Showing contest. Fitting & Showing classes will Not be held for any exhibitor. Exhibitors who miss their Fitting & Showing class will be given the opportunity to fulfill their Fitting & Showing requirement within a subsequent Fitting & Showing class, if available, and will be judged on an individual basis. They will not be eligible for a Champion Award. The Champion showman of the Senior and Intermediate classes are required to participate in the large animal livestock Round Robin competition, on Sunday at 11 a.m. Any exceptions must have the barn Superintendent’s permission. JUDGING HERDSMANSHIP 4-H/FFA AUCTION BEEF

4-H/FFA Horse

30 20 10 30 20 10 60 45 20

Superintendent: Judy Richmond 683-4837 General Fair Rules Apply. Livestock and General & Minimum Animal Health Requirements Rules Apply. RULES: 1. See rules for 4-H Contest Guide EB1974, Equestrian Helmet Safety EM4849, and County Rules for Class Routines and Rules. 2. Any exhibit or animal being removed from barns before 7 p.m. Sunday will result in forfeiture of entry premiums. 3. Open ONLY to Clallam County 4-H & FFA members enrolled in the horse project before May 1st.


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PREMIUM CLASSES SHOWMANSHIP

B R W 40 30 20 Western Games: Classes in each of the following: Junior Intermediate Senior Performance: Classes in each of the following: Junior Maiden Junior Intermediate Maiden Intermediate Senior Maiden Senior No cross entry with other Fitting & Showing classes, except in the case of exhibitor having a state intent in both games project and performance project. Will be paid premium points in only one of the projects. EQUITATION B R W 60 45 30 Stock Seat – Classes in the following (enter 1 class only): Junior Maiden Junior Intermediate Maiden Intermediate Senior Maiden Senior Saddle Seat – Classes in the following: Junior Intermediate Senior Maiden (all) Bareback – Classes in the following: Junior Intermediate Senior Maiden Hunt Seat – Classes in the following: Junior Maiden Junior Intermediate Maiden Intermediate Senior Maiden Senior DRESSAGE – Advanced/Beginner TRAIL B R W Classes in each of the following: 60 45 30 Junior Maiden Junior

Intermediate Maiden Intermediate Senior Maiden Senior WESTERN GAMES Classes in each of the following: Junior Intermediate Senior Figure & Stake Race Texas Barrels Flag Race International Flag Race Key Race Poles PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS Demonstrations Judging Herdsmanship Groom Squad EQUITATION OVER FENCES (Open): Jumps 18” Jumps 2’ Jumps 2’6”

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B R W 60 45 30

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NON-PREMIUM CLASSES MINIATURE HORSE (38” & under) Lunge Line – Open COSTUME: Classes in each of the following: 1. Junior 2. Intermediate 3. Senior 4. Miniatures REINING: Limited Reining Beginner GREEN COLT Walk/Trot No cross entry Walk/Trot/Lope MEDAL CLASSES (Open): Stock Seat Hunt Seat Saddle Seat Showmanship DRIVING (Open): Reinsmanship Precision Driving

PERFORMING ARTS E & K ADOLPHSEN – $5.00 to best Junior, Intermediate & Senior in performing arts.

4-H/FFA Still Life Department

CLASS 1: SPEAKING CONTESTS B R P Lot 1 & 2 participants must have qualified at the district level. Lot 1: Demonstrations (1 per project) 25 20 00 Lot 2: Illustrated Talk (1 per project) 25 20 00 Lot 3, 4 & 5 participants do not need to pre-qualify to enter. Lot 3: Microwave 25 15 00 Prepare a food item using a microwave oven. Explain how the food differs in appearance and texture from the same product prepared by conventional method. Must be enrolled in a foods project or Adventures in Family Living. Lot 4: Potato Possibilities 25 15 00 Prepare a meal, snack or side dish using a potato as the base. Explain nutritional value of finished food. Must be enrolled in a foods project or Adventures in Family Living. Lot 5: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 25 15 00 Open to any member. Demonstrate way or ways to reduce waste in your life. May be re-styling clothing, using food leftovers, creating arts and crafts or ways to create a recycling center in your home, school or community.

4-H Still Life Superintendent: Mary Berneking (Gena 417-2398) All 4-H members who qualify to show at Fair may enter 5 entries in any class outside of their project area. However, entries outside enrolled project areas will not receive Special Awards and/or 4-H State Fair eligibility. All primary level 4-H entries are welcome and will receive purple participation ribbons, rather than competitive ribbons. AWARDS WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF WHEAT GROWERS – To promote the use of wheat products, offers awards to the best overall exhibit in the Yeast Baking Category. First place awarded a ribbon & cookbook and second place a cookbook. E & K ADOLPHSEN – $10.00 award for Best overall baking exhibit. PREMIUM FOOD PRESERVATION AWARDS To further stimulate the area of home food preservation, Alltrista Corporation is offering four (2) coupons (valued at $5.00 each) towards the purchase of Ball or Kerr home canning products & Ball Blue Book or Kerr Home Canning Guides. The best exhibit submitted by a member canned in Ball jars and Ball two piece vacuum caps or Kerr jars and Kerr two piece vacuum caps, shall be selected from the class indicated below: There will be one winner each in Fruits, Vegetables & Soft Spreads. Each winner will receive a coupon & book. CLOTHING MT. VIEW WOMEN’S CLUB Betty Embree Award – $25.00 award presented to a 4-H member for outstanding exhibits in the Home Arts Division. (Judge’s Discretion) SEQUIM SEW & VAC AWARD – A $10.00 gift certificate will be awarded to the best Junior, Intermediate & Senior sewing exhibits. CLOTHING EXPO - VIKING SEW SHOP gift certificate awarded to the top 2 contestants of the Garment Sewing Contest. NEEDLEWORK, KNITTING & CROCHETING BAY VARIETY – $10.00 gift certificate best of show in knitting or crochet ARTS ODYSSEY BOOKSHOP – $5.00 gift card for purchase in store for best Junior, Intermediate and Senior art exhibit.

Photography ODYSSEY BOOKSHOP – $5.00 gift card for purchase in store for best Junior, Intermediate and Senior photo exhibits. Natural Science ODYSSEY BOOKSHOP – $5.00 gift card for purchase in store for Best of Show Vegetable $5.00 gift card for purchase in store for Best of Show Flower $5.00 gift card for purchase in store for Best Entomology Exhibit SELF DETERMINED SMALL ANIMAL ENTERED IN STILL LIFE BUILDING AIRPORT GARDEN CENTER – $5.00 for the best exhibit by Primary, Junior, Intermediate & Senior exhibitors.

General Activities & Contests

CLASS 2: ACTIVITIES & CONTESTS Lot 1 through 8 participants must have qualified at the district level. Lot 1: Table Setting 15 9 6 Open to Junior and Primary members. Setting a proper table including and centerpiece. Judged on originality, creativity, and appropriateness to theme. Lot 2: Let’s Cook 25 15 00 Open to Juniors enrolled in Foods or Family Living. A simple luncheon or breakfast served by a team to 3 guests and a judge or by an individual to 2 guests and a judge. Includes food prep, table setting, etiquette, and clean up. Lot 3: Bread Making 25 15 00 Open to Juniors, Intermediates or Seniors in Foods or Family Living projects. (Yeast or Quick Breads) Lot 4: Food Preservation 25 15 00 Open to Juniors, Intermediates & Seniors enrolled in a foods project. Canning 3 hours maximum. Freezing 1 1/2 hours maximum Lot 5: Foods of the Pacific Northwest 25 15 0000 Open to Junior, Intermediate & Senior registered in Foods of the Pacific Northwest. NOTE: Simple activities done at the demonstration counter do not require district pre-qualification.


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B R P Lot 6: Food for All Occasions 40 30 0000 Open to Juniors in 3rd year of Foods, Intermediates & Seniors in Foods. Prepare breakfast, lunch or a combination to serve judge and 2 guests. Participant is to provide all food supplies. (2 or 3 hours) Lot 7: On the Spot 40 30 0000 Open to Seniors & Intermediates experienced in Food Projects. [Prerequisite: Food for All Occasions] Lot 8: County Style Revue/Creative Consumer 35 25 0000 Open to all members enrolled in Clothing or Adventures in Family Living projects (except Primary). Preliminary judging held before Fair, date and place to be announced. Time and place of Fair style show will be announced. Lot 9 through 12 participants do not need to pre-qualify to enter. Lot 9: Sandwich Making 10 8 6 Open to junior & primary members enrolled in Foods or Family Living project. Lot 10: Breakfast on the Run 20 15 0000 Create a nutritious breakfast which can be prepared and eaten quickly. (Preferably one that can be eaten with your hands) You may use a pre-made item such as a muffin, biscuit, etc. Open to all members in Foods projects. Lot 11: After School Snack 20 15 0000 Present an afternoon snack which is nutritious and easy to prepare. Open to all members enrolled in a Foods project. Lot 12: Clothing Expo 25 15 0000 Open to all members in the clothing project. Sign up on registration day. Held during the Fair. Contestants construct a garment & model it in 2 1/2 hours. Lot 13: Essay Contest 25 15 10 Minimum of 250 words, must be related to your 4-H life, 4-H project, or 4-H in general. CLASS 3: JUDGING Lot 1: Sewing Lot 2: Food

30 20 10

CLASS 4: HERDSMANSHIP 15 10 5 If you enter anything in the 4-H building (except posters, record books and demonstrations) you are required to do herdsmanship, to get premiums or county medals. You will be on duty in the 4-H building, during Fair hours, watching exhibits and answering questions for the public. Two (but no more than four) should be on duty at a time, in twohour sessions. Individuals must be quiet and courteous to the public to receive their points. For those who do additional hours, extra points will be given. CLASS 5: 4-H IN ACTION Points allowed 20 (participation ribbon) One hour minimum. For those A. This is a non-judged activity. B. This activity is not as formal as a demonstration, however the presentation should be planned and practiced. The presentation should reflect 4-H project work. Individuals, teams, and groups are encouraged to share an activity with the public. Information should be presented and questions answered. A minimum presentation of 1 hour is required. No additional points will be earned for longer times or multiple participation events, regardless of subject matter. C. Examples of activities that would work well in this type of presentation are: spinning wool, showing how to use grooming equipment, how and why to recycle, construction of craft items,

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quilting, knitting, sewing, showing how a camera works, etc. D. You are responsible to provide all materials and equipment necessary to complete the presentation. E. It is not necessary to qualify with this presentation in a county show.

Still Life Exhibits

CLASS 6: EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY Guidelines: A. Educational Value – Is there one main idea? Is information accurate? Is message brief and clear? Does the display convey the importance of the message? B. Design – Does it attract attention and hold viewer’s interest? Any educational exhibit that does not qualify as a poster is considered an Educational Display. When using posters, exhibitor must have a minimum of 3. A limit of 2 Educational Displays per project and they cannot be entered anywhere else. B R W Lot 1 Simple 10 8 4 Lot 2 Detailed 15 10 5 Lot 3 Advanced 20 15 0 Lot 4 Record Books 30 25 0 CLASS 7: BOOTH EXHIBIT Lot 1 Individual 30 25 0 Lot 2 Club 50 25 0 A display showing club work. This may be working up a display showing club exhibits or a special display within a department area. CLASS 8: EDUCATIONAL POSTERS

B R P 10 7 4 Create your own poster and a theme to go with it. All posters should be 28” x 22”. Other sizes are marked down. Poster must be about a current project. Limit 2 per project and cannot be judged in other barns. CLASS 9: MOBILES

10 8 4

CLASS 10: FOODS & NUTRITION 1. Open only to members enrolled in Foods and Nutrition Projects and Adventures in Family Living. Include exhibitor grade and year in project on exhibit tag. 2. Complete recipe directions must accompany all baked goods and candies. 3. Each entry should be on a white paper plate and in a plastic bag if possible. Clear plastic wrap is acceptable. 4. Enter all Foods & Nutrition exhibits on the same entry form. 5. Entries may be made from a prepared mix or separate ingredients.


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6. Entry tag should state whether product is made from a mix or separate ingredients. 7. Foods products may be frozen for the convenience of the member, however, the entry tag should state if the product has been frozen. 8. Food item requiring refrigeration will not be accepted (prohibited ingredients include cream cheese, raw eggs, whip cream, etc.) 9. May enter 6 different varieties per lot. 10. All Nutritional information must conform to the most current USDA Food Pyramid Guidelines (www.mypyramid.gov). Lot 1: Cookies (4 on a plate) 8 6 2 Bar Drop No-Bake Molded (shaped with your hand like Peanut Butter cookie) Cut-out Layered Pressed (using cookie press) Refrigerator Deep Fat Fried Foreign Made with special equipment (i.e. rosettes) Lot 2: Quick Breads (3 pieces or 1/3 loaf) 8 6 2 Biscuits Muffins Vegetable or Nut Fruit Beaten Batter Foreign Doughnuts Other Lot 3: Yeast Breads (3 pieces or 1/3 loaf) 10 8 4 Made in Machine White Dark Other Rolls Cinnamon Sweet Other Doughnuts Foreign Lot 4: Cake (1/2 Cake: 3 Cupcakes) 10 7 3 Shortened Cake, Plain Shortened Cake, Iced Whole – Egg Cake, Iced White Cake, Iced Upside Down Cake Cake of Your Choice Cupcakes Coffee Petite Fours (4) Lot 5: Decorated Cakes 12 8 5 Cupcakes 8 4 2 Wedding 15 10 8 Lot 6: Pies 10 8 4 4” Diameter or ½ Pie Berry Fruit Lot 7: Granola (1/2 cup) 8 6 2 Lot 8: Candy (4 pieces) 10 8 4 Lot 9: Gift Package 15 10 8 A gift package of home prepared foods should include a minimum of 4 different kinds of food. Exhibit to include an information card telling who the gift is for and for what occasion.

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CLASS 11: FOOD PRESERVATION RULES: 1. Canned products must be exhibited in standard canning jars – including jellies. Products not canned in standard jars will be disqualified. 2. One-piece lids and screw bands hinder judge’s visibility, so they are NOT used for Fair entries except for dehydrated foods. 3. A standardized label is required on all canned and dehydrated foods. The label should be a maximum of 2 1/2” high and 3 1/2” long (reduce size to fit small jars). Place label as close to bottom of jar as possible. Information on label should tell kind of food, type of pack (raw or hot), processing method (water bath or pressure), time processed, date processed (month & year), must be after last year’s Fair, name and county of exhibitor. Labels for dried foods should indicate kind of food, drying method, drying time, pre-treatment used, date (month & year) dried and name & county of exhibitor. 4. Only recipes from USDA or Washington State University publications for food preservation may be used for Fair entries. See current 4-H and USDA publications. 5. Jams, jellies, preserves and marmalades must be processed in boiling water bath canner for 5 minutes. 6. Dried foods must be exhibited in glass jars for display purposes at State Fair. 7. Because canned goods, pickles, jams, jellies, etc. may be opened by the judge, exhibitor may wish to prepare products in pint jars. 8. More than one item may be entered per lot if it is an entirely different product. Lot 1: Canned Fruit 9 7 3 Lot 2: Canned Vegetable Lot 3: Jam, Marmalade, Preserve or Conserve Lot 4: Jelly Lot 5: Pickle or Relish Lot 6: Dehydrated Food (enter 1/4 cup or more in see through jar with lid) CLASS 12: FAMILY LIVING/SITTER PROJECT Open to all members enrolled in Sitter or Family Living projects. Attach a 3x5 card to explain what the item is, why it was selected to be made, and where it will be used. Lot 1: Homemade Toys (original idea) 8 5 2 Homemade, safe, washable, stuffed animal toy Homemade game Scrapbook with pictures and articles on child care Homemade book for child with pages made of cloth Lot 2: Special Project Display 10 7 3 Kit of play materials (at least 5) Child’s garment or 2 garment protectors, such as bib or play apron


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Lot 3: Child’s room accessory Storage box for toys, hinged, finished Child’s educational device

12 10 6

CLASSES 13-23: CLOTHING/TEXTILE CLOTHING 1. The exhibitor must be enrolled in Clothing, Adventures in Family Living. 2. All articles must be constructed by the exhibitor. 3. The articles/garments must have been made during the current year. 4. Garments must be entered on hangers. Two piece outfits should be tied together. 5. An outfit consists of two or more items. 6. Exhibits may be made from new or used fabrics. 7. Previously worn clothing may be exhibited. IT MUST BE CLEAN AND IN NEAT REPAIR! Attach note to clarify repair and stain removal. 8. A note may be attached to the garment stating unusual difficulty in construction or caring for your garment. 9. All garments must have a care label. Care labels may be 3x5 cards telling proper care. Garments not having a care label will be automatically lowered ONE placing. 10. All garments, regardless of ribbon placing, may be worn in the Style Show Best of Show competition. 11. Pattern Guide (instructions) sheet should be entered with each exhibit made from a commercial pattern. Class H Tailoring MUST have guide attached. Be sure to write exhibitor’s name and address on the guide sheet. Attach sheet to garment. 12. Articles made for the “Make It With Wool” and other such contest are eligible for entry provided the exhibitors did their own sewing. 13. Pattern may not be used twice unless garment is significantly altered. B R P CLASS 13: CLOTHING AND PERSONAL ACCESSORIES Lot 1: Simple 8 6 4 Lot 2: Complicated 12 8 5 CLASS 14: HOUSEHOLD AND ROOM DÉCOR (SEWN) Lot 1: Simple 6 5 4 Lot 2: Complicated 10 8 6 CLASS 15: NON-SEWN ARTICLES Lot 1: Embellished and garments Lot 2: Made with a kit

10 8 6 6 5 4

CLASS 16: SEPARATES Lot 1: Single separates

15 10 5

(skirt, shorts, slacks, blouse, shirt, jumper, etc.)

Lot 2: Coordinated Separates

18 12 6

(2 or more garments constructed by exhibitor, such as skirt and blouse)

CLASS 17: NIGHTWEAR

15 11 8

CLASS 18: DRESSES

15 11 8

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CLASS 19: EVENING WEAR

20 15 11

CLASS 20: COAT OR SUIT

30 25 0

CLASS 21: MISCELLANEOUS Lot 1: Simple Lot 2: Complicated

10 8 6 15 11 8

CLASS 22: WHOLE CLOTH QUILT Lot 1: Small Lot 2: Large

12 9 7 16 12 9

CLASS 23: 4-H HOMESPUN WOOL Entries must be 1 oz. skein & must be properly tied. Lot 1: Single Ply wool spun with appliance 12 10 0 Natural color Dyed Lot 2: 2-Ply wool yarn Drop spindle 4-H wheel Commercial wheel/spun worsted Lot 3: Yarn Projects from 15 12 0 Drop spindle 4-H wheel Commercial wheel CLASSES 24-29: 4-H NEEDLEWORK, KNITTING AND CROCHETING 1. Open to members enrolled in Needlework, Knitting, Crocheting, and Adventures in Family Living. 2. Only articles made during the current 4-H year may be exhibited. 3. “Fancy” or “Advanced” pertains to items more detailed, ornate, and intricate in both design and workmanship. “Plain” or “Basic” pertains to items of more simple design and workmanship. Items must have the proper category written on the entry tag at the time of entry. Those which do not will be considered “Plain” or “Basic.” 4. Each exhibit must have a 3X5 card attached to item stating: (a) name & age of exhibitor; (b) project name and years in project of exhibitor; (c) new skills learned; (d) fiber content of thread or yarn; (e) care label required. 5. Like items must be entered as one exhibit. CLASS 24: KNITTING Lot 1: Basic (pot-holders, slippers, caps, scarves, etc)

Lot 2: Advanced

B R P 8 6 2 15 10 0

(cables, pattern stitches, buttonholes, made with 4 needles, etc)


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B R P 8 6 2 12 9 0

(afghans, doll clothes, tablecloths, doilies, sweaters, etc)

CLASS 26: EMBROIDERY Lot 1: Plain Lot 2: Fancy

8 6 2 12 9 0

CLASS 27: NEEDLEPOINT, COUNTED CROSS-STITCH Lot 1: Plain 8 6 2 Lot 2: Fancy 12 9 0 CLASS 28: OTHER NEEDLEWORK Lot 1: Plain Lot 2: Fancy

8 6 2 12 9 0

CLASS 30: LARGE PROJECTS Lot 1: Plain Lot 2: Fancy

10 8 0 20 15 0

4-H Arts

Open to members enrolled in Expressive Arts or Adventures in Family Living. Attach a 3X5 card to all entries with (a) what it is, (b) where it is to be used, (c) why it was made, (d) specific steps or technique used. All articles made to hang must be equipped to do so. All fabric items should have care instructions on a card or care label. All like items should be entered as one exhibit. CLASS 30: FINE ARTS Lot 1: Drawing (Original using pen, pencil, charcoal, pastel)

Lot 2: Painting

(Original using oil, acrylic, water color)

Lot 3: Sculpture

(Original figure using clay, wood, metal, glass)

Lot 4: Mixed Media Lot 5: Paper crafts

(scrapbooking, cards, stamping, etc.)

Lot 6: Poetry

(written by exhibitor, must be matted)

Lot 7: Performing Arts Items

(Diorama, displays, costumes, props, etc. made by exhibitor)

B R P 15 10 4

CLASS 31: CRAFTS Lot 1: Items made from kits Lot 2: Printmaking Lot 3: General Media Craft (clay, glass, metal, wood, leather, fiber, other)

Lot 4: Jewelry Lot 5: Miscellaneous Lot 6: Latch Hook Small 16” Large rug size

B R P 10 8 4 15 10 4 15 10 5 15 10 5 15 10 5 8 6 2 15 10 5

CLASS 32: PERFORMING ARTS 20 points per 1 solid hours of activity (not to exceed 24 points) will be awarded in the following areas: Skits, puppetry, pantomime, ventriloquism, clowning, balloon artistry, musical performance.

4-H Photography

1. Entries limited to pictures taken during the current 4-H year. 2. Entries must be firmly attached to a sheet of poster board, matting to a suitable substitute. Use dry mount tissue or rubber cement. 3. IMPORTANT: Attach WSU Label C0890 to bottom of photo with (a)name of camera, (b) type of film, (c) exposure (F stop & shutter speed), (d) who made print (exhibitor, friend, commercial), and (e) year in project. CLASS 33: PHOTOGRAPHY B R P Lot 1: Scenes (1 up to 8”x10”) 10 8 4 Lot 2: People (1 up to 8”x10”) Lot 3: Animals (1 up to 8”x10”) Lot 4: Action (1 or 2 up to 8”x10”) Lot 5: Close-up (1 print 5”x7” or 8”x10”) Lot 6: Composition (1 print 5”x7” or 8”x10” showing either depth of field, backlighting, or lines and shapes. Note which on C0890)

Lot 7: Special Effects (Note special effects used on C0890) (1 up to 8”x10”) Lot 8: Any subject (1 up to 8”x10”) Lot 9: Darkroom Skills (1 print Color or Black & White any size enlarged from exhibitor’s negative)

CLASS 34: 4-H PHOTO RECORD Lot 1: Photo Story

16 12 8

Up to 6 black & white or color pictures (each 3”x5” or larger - up to 8”x10”) that tell story. Include a title. One entry per exhibitor in this lot.

Lot 2: Album of news photos published and unpublished with suggested cut-lines and/or captions. CLASS 35: 4-H PHOTO ALBUM Lot 1: 1st year – 25 prints Lot 2: 2nd year – 30 new prints Lot 3: 3rd year – 35 new prints

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Lot 4: 4th year – 40 new prints Lot 5: 5th year – 50 new prints B R P CLASS 36: DIGITAL IMAGING 20 15 10 Limit of one entry per exhibitor. All finished pictures must be no small that 5”x7” and no larger than 8”x10”. Black & white photos must be done with the gray scale. Color photos must be done with RGB or CMYK scale. All exhibits must be printed on photographic paper; no copy paper exhibits will be accepted. It is recommended that digital captures be taken on “high” resolution. Digital captures must be color corrected. All images can be sandwiched/cut & paste; retouched/cloned; filters or any other special effects used. Minimum printer output of 300 DPI or PPI should be used. Original image must be part of the mounted display, on the front of the exhibit mat for comparison. A typed index card must be part of the mounted display, on the front of the exhibit mat, explaining what was done to arrive at the final image. 4-H Photography Label C0890 must be attached as instructed on the label and filled out correctly. The original image, finished picture, and index card should be mounted on a display board (poster board or other suitable mounting surface) no larger than 14”x22”. Exhibits in this class will be scored on the following criteria as in WS4HF/9.54b: • Quality of image 20% • Composition 20% • Color correction 20% • Retouching 10% • Cropping done correctly if necessary 10% • Mounting 10% • Correct category and inf. Cards 10% Lot 1: Regular film and camera, black & white or color. Digitally imaged by scanning, then enhanced or manipulated and printed by exhibitor. Lot 2: Digital capture, black & white or color. A photo taken with a digital camera, then enhanced or manipulated and printed by exhibitor.

CLASS 37: OTHER PHOTOGRAPHY (video, movie, etc.)

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B R P 20 15 10

4-H Natural Science

Open to members enrolled in Natural Science projects. See your project heading.

4-H Plant Science

CLASS 38: VEGETABLES Only vegetable of marketable quality will be considered. For information on displaying vegetables see publications EB1610 “Suggestions for Vegetable Exhibits at Fairs” and EB1103 “Selecting, Preparing & Judging Quality Vegetables” available at the Extension Office. Limit one entry per variety. B R P 10 6 3 Lot 1: Beans (6 beans) Snap stage Shelling stage Shelled (1 pint) Lot 2: Beets (3 beets) Lot 3: Broccoli (1 head) Lot 4: Cabbage (1 head with wrapper leaves) Lot 5: Carrots (3 carrots) Lot 6: Cauliflower (1 head) Lot 7: Celery (1 stalk) Lot 8: Corn (3 husked ears) Lot 9: Cucumbers (3 cucumbers) Pickling (6 cucumbers) Lot 10: Garlic bulbs (3 bulbs) Lot 11: Kohlrabi (3 kohlrabi) Lot 12: Lettuce (1 head/bunch)


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Lot 13: Herbs (potted or dried) Dill (3 stalks) Lot 14: Onions (3 onions) Lot 15: Parsnips (3 parsnips) Lot 16: Pumpkin Lot 17: Squash Lot 18: Radishes (6 radishes) Lot 19: Rutabagas (3 rutabagas) Lot 20: Spinach (3 plants) Lot 21: Tomatoes (3 tomatoes) Cherry (6 tomatoes) Lot 22: Turnips (3 turnips) Lot 23: Potatoes (3 potatoes) Lot 24: Peas (6 pods) Lot 25: Other (vegetable not listed above) B R P CLASS 39: FLOWERS 8 6 4 Lot 1: Annuals Lot 2: Perennials Lot 3: Dahlias Lot 4: Other Bulbs/Corms/Tubers Lot 5: Roses Lot 6: Tress, Shrubs & Vines Lot 7: Other You may exhibit up to ten kinds of flowers. Open to 4-H members enrolled in the garden project. Exhibitors may exhibit up to 10 different kinds of flowers grown in their flower garden project. Each type of flower constitutes one exhibit and will be judged for quality. Quality means perfection in form and condition. Display flowers should not have insects, diseases, or blemishes. Display 1 blossom (over 2” diameter blossoms). Display 3 blossoms (2” or less diameter blossoms). All flowers should be exhibited with adequate stems and some foliage commensurate with the flower type. All floral exhibits should be labeled with variety name.

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B R P CLASS 40: CONTAINER GARDEN 10 6 3 Exhibit up to 5 plants grown in containers. In this class a 3x5 card is required stating how the plant was grown (seed, cutting, small plant, etc.) how long grown by 4‑Her and/or special care for the plant. Lot 1: Indoor plant Lot 2: Vegetables Lot 3: Flower Lot 4: Herbs Lot 5: Outdoor plant Lot 6: Other CLASS 41: Herb Garden 8 6 3 Entries must consist of at least 5 stems. Bunches should be fresh and robust in appearance. Herb stems must be placed in containers of water. Members may exhibit up to 5 different herbs. Lot 1: Any Variety CLASS 42: Fruits, Nuts & Berries 8 6 4 Entries should be in baskets or well ventilated containers. Member may exhibit up to 6 different items. A. A fruit entry shall consist of 3 fruits (such as apples, pears), unless grapes (1 large cluster with leaves) or cherries (3 cluster with leaves) B. A berry entry shall consist of one cup (strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, etc.) C. A nut entry shall consist of 5 husked nuts & 5 unhusked nuts of uniform size Lot 1: Fruits Lot 2: Nuts Lot 3: Berries CLASS 43: Cut or Dried Flower Arrangement 8 6 4 These do not need to be grown by exhibitor. Open to members enrolled in Plant Science, Adventures in Family Living, and 4‑H Art projects. Lot 1: Theme Arrangement Lot 2: Arrangement using silk flowers or dried Lot 3: Special purpose arrangement (such as wedding, get well, etc.) Lot 4: Other CLASS 44: Garden Art Entry may include fountains, sculptures, twig furniture, stepping stones, etc. Must include a 3x5 to explain what it is and technique used to make it. Like items must be entered as 1 exhibit. Lot 1: Small Garden Art 8 6 4 Lot 2: Large Garden Art 10 8 6


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Entomology

CLASS 45: FIRST YEAR ENTOMOLOGY B R P Lot 1: At least 3 items made for insect collection 8 6 4 Lot 2: Collection of 25 insects/at least 5 orders 15 12 8 CLASS 46: SECOND YEAR ENTOMOLOGY Lot 1: Exhibit of life stages from egg to adult 12 9 6 Lot 2: Insect collection mounted and named to order & family 50 insects / at least 10 orders 15 12 8 Lot 3: Exhibit of the special activities of 1 insect 15 12 8 CLASS 47: THIRD YEAR ENTOMOLOGY Lot 1: Insect collection preserved in plastic 15 12 8 Lot 2: Insect collection mounted and named to order & family, 75 insects / at least 10 orders 20 15 10 CLASS 48: FOURTH YEAR ENTOMOLOGY Lot 1: Exhibit showing control or management of insects 20 15 10 Lot 2: Special collection of insects by economic importance, habitat, order, immature insects, foreign insects, etc. 25 20 15 Lot 3: Apiary exhibit showing honey, beeswax, or home crafted hives and/or supers 25 20 15

Engineering & Technology

CLASS 53: OTHER ENGINEERING Lot 1 Computers B R P A: Level 1 10 8 6 B: Level 2 11 9 7 C: Level 3 15 12 D: Level 4 20 15 Lot 2 Bicycles, Any item or display from “Bicycle Adventures”

AEROSPACE & MECHANICAL SCIENCES ROCKETRY A model rocket flight data sheet must accompany each rocket, showing it has made at least one successful flight. List dates of flights and have signed by adult present at flight. Rockets made from kits will be entered in lots according to degree of challenge as determined in model rocketry catalogs – usually listed on front of kit, also. Like items should be entered as one exhibit. NO LIVE ENGINES.

CLASS 54: KITES Lots are listed by degree of challenge. Lot 1: Level 1 Lot 2: Level 2 Lot 3: Level 3 Lot 4: Level 4

CLASS 49: MODEL ROCKETS FROM KITS Lot 1: Level 1 (E2X) Lot 2: Level 2 (Beta) Lot 3: Level 3 (Explorer) Lot 4: Level 4 (Challenge) Lot 5: Level 5 (Masters)

One exhibit per class. Superintendent will select Lot 5 items.

8 6 4 10 8 5 12 9 16 12 20 15

CLASS 50: ROCKETS BUILT FROM PLANS OTHER THAN KITS Lot 1: Level 1 8 6 4 Lot 2: Level 2 12 8 5 Lot 3: Level 3 12 9 Lot 4: Level 4 16 12 Lot 5: Level 5 20 15 CLASS 51: ROCKETS DESIGNED AND BUILT BY EXHIBITOR Lot 1: Skill Level 1 8 6 4 Lot 2: Skill Level 2 10 8 5 Lot 3: Skill Level 3 12 9 Lot 4: Skill Level 4 16 12 Lot 5: Skill Level 5 20 15 CLASS 52: AEROSPACE WORKFORCE SKILLS FOR LIFE Lot 1: Item from stage 1, pre flight 8 6 4 Lot 2: Item from stage 2, lift off 10 8 5 Lot 3: Item from stage 3, reaching new heights 12 9 Lot 4: Item from stage 4, pilot in command 16 12

9 7 5 12 9 6 16 12 9 20 15 11

Wood Sciences

CLASS 55: WOODWORKING SKILLS FOR LIFE Lot 1: Item from Level 1, Measuring Up Lot 2: Item from Level 2, Making the Cut Lot 3: Item from Level 3, Nailing It Together Lot 4: Any other Wood Science item not in other lots Lot 5: Large, intricate and/or difficult item

8 6 4 12 9 6 15 12 8 15 12 8 25 20 15

SMALL ENGINES One exhibit per class. All items entered must include 3”x5” card telling what the item is, its use, what you did, and what was learned. CLASS 56: SMALL ENGINES Lot 1: Item from level 1 “Crank It Up” Lot 2: Item from level 2 “Warm It Up” Lot 3: Item from Level 3 “Tune It Up” Lot 4: Any other small engine project

8 6 4 12 9 6 15 12 8 15 12 8

CLASS 57: OTHER ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY


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Environmental Stewardship

Open to all members enrolled in Environmental Stewardship/Natural Resources. Member may enter a maximum of 4 (four) exhibits with no more that one in each lot. Exhibit must be properly labeled, mounted, identified and classified where appropriate. Group entries should be made under one member’s name, that person will receive premium payment for the group entry. CLASS 58: DISCOVERY – ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP B R P 10 8 6 Lot 1: Survival Lot 2: Air Lot 3: Energy Lot 4: Forestry Lot 5: Marine Life Lot 6: Soil Lot 7: Water Lot 8: Wildlife CLASS 59: OUTDOOR ADVENTURES 10 8 6 Lot 1: Item or display from Earth Savers Project CLASS 60: SCIENCE DISCOVERY Lot 1: Item or display from Unit 1 “Three Kinds of Rocks” Lot 2: Item or display from Unit 2 “Identifying Rocks & Minerals” Lot 3: Item or display from Unit 3 “Collecting Fossils” Lot 4: Any other Geology item or display

6 5 4 10 8 6 12 9 10 8 6

CLASS 61: OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP 10 8 6 CLASS 62: SHOOTING SPORTS Contact Hugh Iredale at 582-9378 for information regarding the Riflery Project. No targets accepted, except as part of an educational display. Lot 1: Item or display from Riflery Project 6 5 4 Lot 2: Item or display from Archery Project 6 5 4 Lot 3: Riflery Handling 15 10 5 Lot 4: Archery Handling 15 10 5 Lot 5: Riflery Shooting Competition 15 10 5 Lot 6: Archery Shooting Competition 15 10 5 (Will not be done on the Fairgrounds.)

NRA Standards used for Riflery Judging. Washington State 4-H standards used for Archery Judging (may be modified at the discretion of the Superintendent). CLASS 63: ROOM TO GROW This is a class of exhibits that did not fit in to any other category. It is intended to offer exhibit opportunity for 4-Hers in new and/or developing projects (i.e.: Energy, Geospatial, Robotics, etc.). All entries must have a 4-H project plan sheet as part of the exhibit. One entry per exhibitor. Lot 1: Simple Item 8 6 4 Lot 2: Difficult Item 15 10 CLASS 64: HANDMADE 4-H PROJECT EQUIPMENT B R P Lot 1: Hand sewn item to be used with another project (Such as costume, blanket, bed, etc.) 20 15 10

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Lot 2: Handmade wooden item to be used with another project (such as breeding boxes, tack boxes, etc.)

Lot 3: Handmade metal item to be used in conjunction with another 4-H project Lot 4: Handmade craft item to be used in conjunction with another 4‑H project. CLASS 65: HISTORICAL STILL-LIFE Must include 3x5 card (see 4-H Arts for details) Lot 1: Historical 4‑H Photo Story Lot 2: 4‑H Scrapbook or photo album Lot 3: Ed Display about the history of 4‑H

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10 8 6

CLASS 66: ENTREPRENEURSHIP B Lot 1: Simple sellable items 10 Lot 2: Detailed item 15 Lot 3: Advanced item 20 Lot 4: Entrepreneur Journal 25 Lot 5: Booth display Booth must be open 3 hours a day (hours not counted as Herdsmanship). To receive premium points, open hours must be posted and adhered to.

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CLASS 67: CREATIVE 4-Her This class of exhibits is intended to offer 4-Hers the opportunity to show their originality. Open to anyone in 4H. Limited to one item per lot. Lot 1: Veggie Surprise 10 8 6 Turn any vegetable(s) into a sculpture. Any design Lot 2: Fruit Surprise Turn any fruit(s) into a sculpture. Any design Lot 3: Art of Recycle Turn any recycled item into a work of art. Class 68: SOCIAL SCIENCES Lot 1: Know Your Government Lot 2: Leadership Lot 3: Other Social Sciences


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Schedule your next event at Fairgrounds The Clallam County Fairgrounds operates on a year-round basis. Private and public events take place in the numerous venues available on the premises. Within the 40.6 acre site, there are two large (6,000 sq. ft.) heated buildings with kitchen and restroom facilities, a Grandstand that seats 1,600 people and many RV hookups for RV rallies. Are you planning a company dinner, meeting, seminar, reunion, wedding, animal show, company picnic, carnival, car show, auction, dance, concert or RV rally? Schedule your next event at the Fairgrounds! There are plenty of buildings and plenty of parking. Contact the Fair Manager at 360-417-2551, by e-mail at fairgrounds@co.clallam.wa.us, or visit the website at www.clallamcountyfair.com.

Looking for performers:

Talent show added to Fair lineup Something new that the Clallam County Fair is adding this year is a Community Talent and Variety Show on the Wilder Auto Community Stage, held Sunday afternoon. There is a wealth of talent on the peninsula. This is your chance to be a star, on stage, in front of a live audience. Acts of all kinds are requested: instrumental, vocal, magic, dance, juggling, comedy — any kind of performing act. Performers who are interested in appearing in the Talent and Variety Show need to go to the Clallam County Fair website (www.clallamcountyfair.com) to review the full rules for the show and information on how to submit your act for review and to be added to the lineup. Be a star in your community! Light up the stage and be a part of the great entertainment at the Clallam County Fair this summer!

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