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Table of Contents Contact Information/Ticket Info��������������������� 6 Schedule of Events������������������������������������������������7 Open Poultry & Contests����������������������������������� 8 Painted Pallet Contest����������������������������������������� 9 Bingo at the Fair ��������������������������������������������������� 10 Tractor Pull������������������������������������������������������������� 13 Demo Derby����������������������������������������������������������� 16 Premium List����������������������������������������������������������� 18 Exhibition of Livestock��������������������������������������� 19 Pancake Breakfast in the Park �������������������� 20 Antique Tractor Pull������������������������������������������ 22 Little Britches Dairy Show������������������������������ 23 4-H Listing�������������������������������������������������������������� 24 FFA Division������������������������������������������������������������ 24 Flower Division������������������������������������������������������ 25 Open Class ������������������������������������������������������������ 26
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• 24-hp diesel • Full-time 4-wheel drive • 4-year/700 hour bumper-tobumper warranty*
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ON A Z540M ZTRAK MOWER • 48-in or 54-in Accel Deep™ Mower Deck or 62-in. Edge™ Deck • 8.5-mph (13.7-km/h) ground speed • 24-hp (17.9 kW),* V-Twin engine • 4-year/300-hour bumper-to-bumper warranty**
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• 48-in (122-cm), 54-in (137.1-cm) or 60-in (152.4-cm) High-capacity PRO mower deck • 24-in mechanical suspension seat • Adjustable foot platform • 4-year/1000-hour bumper-tobumper warranty**
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1 Purchase any new X758 Series Tractor between May 1 and July 2, 2019 and receive a FREE 10P Utility Cart ($255 US Retail Value) at the point of purchase. No substitutes for other carts allowed. Cart freight, setup and delivery are not included. Available at participating dealers, while supplies last. 2 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 1 May 2019 to 2 July 2019. Subject to approved credit on a Revolving Plan account, a service of John Deere Financial, f.s.b. For consumer use only. No down payment required. Introductory rate of 0% APR is for 48 months only, regular Revolving Plan rates will apply after that. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offers available on new equipment and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. 3 Offer valid on purchases made between 1 May 2019 to 2 July 2019. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial, for agricultural, consumer, or commercial use only. No down payment required. $16.67 per month for every $1,000 financed. 0% APR is for 60 months only. Taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offer available on new John Deere 1025R Compact Utility Tractors and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. 4 Offer valid for $500 off on all New John Deere 1025R Family Sub-Compact Tractors when purchased with two or more John Deere or Frontier Implements purchased from a participating John Deere dealer between 1 May 2019 to 2 July 2019. Some restrictions apply, prices and models may var y by dealer. This can be combined with the regular installment options. Prices and savings are in U.S. dollars. *Term limited to years or hours used, whichever comes first, and varies by model. See the LIMITED WARRANTY FOR NEW JOHN DEERE TURF AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT at JOHNDEERE.COM. John Deere, the leaping deer symbol, and green and yellow trade dress are trademarks of Deere & Company.
1 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 5/1/2019 to 7/2/2019. Subject to approved credit on a Revolving Plan account, a service of John Deere Financial, f.s.b. For consumer use only. No Down payment required. 0% APR is for 48 months only. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. † Must present and surrender coupon to an authorized John Deere dealer at the time of purchase. Electronic copies will not be accepted. Coupons available at JohnDeere.com/TakeYourTurn. Limit of one coupon per person per purchase. *The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s website for additional information. **Term limited to years or hours used, whichever comes first, and varies by model. See the LIMITED WARRANTY FOR NEW JOHN DEERE TURF AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT at JOHNDEERE.COM. John Deere, the leaping deer symbol, and green and yellow trade dress are trademarks of Deere & Company.
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Contact Information OPEN CLASS ENTRIES (NON LIVESTOCK) Entry Days– Tuesday July 20, 2021 Wednesday July 21, 2021 Monique Rossow 218-346-2144 firstname.lastname@example.org
PALLET ART CONTEST Entry Days– July 21 & 22, 2021 Andy Breitenfeldt 218-850-2507 email@example.com LEGO CONTEST Kayla Jahnke 218-371-8237 firstname.lastname@example.org
TRACTOR PULLS Friday July 23, 2021 (Modified) Sunday July 25, 2021 (Antique) Kelli Riepe (Modified Tractor Pull) 218-371-8237 email@example.com Mark Sonnenberg (Antique Tractor Pull) 218-342-3157 or 218-298-4677 DEMO DERBY Saturday July 24, 2021 Joe Kubela 701-640-2262 LITTLE BRITCHES DAIRY SHOW Sunday July 25, 2021 Ronda Koehler 218-385-2533 or 218-640-2245 OPEN CLASS POULTRY SHOW & CONTESTS July 22-25, 2021
4-H RELATED QUESTIONS 218-385-5420 (Extension Office) Janet Malone firstname.lastname@example.org Sarah Downhour email@example.com EOT FAIR BOARD OFFICERS President– Pete Zavadil 218-346-2521 or 218-371-6787 firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President– Karen Gorentz 218-234-3716 email@example.com Secretary/Treasurer-Diane Sazama 218-849-7520
See you at the fair!
EOT FAIR BOARD DIRECTORS Pete Zavadil Karen Gorentz Diane Sazama Dr. Bill Rose Kayla Jahnke Luke Flink Kelly Riepe Eugene Jahnke Monique Rossow Jason Bachmann Andy Breitenfeldt Fred Lehmkuhl AG SOCIETY MEMBERS Ed Keil, Kris Moltzan, Vance Bachmann Shirley Davison BOOTH RENTAL Booth Exhibits– July 22-25, 2021 Diane Sazama 218-849-7520 after 5pm firstname.lastname@example.org FFA RELATED QUESTIONS Shell Tumberg– Perham FFA 218-346-1526 or email@example.com Brian Schornack– New York Mills FFA firstname.lastname@example.org FOR LIVESTOCK RELATED QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT: Dr. Bill Rose, 218-346-6550 Lakeland Veterinary Clinic
Ticket Information ARMBAND DAYS ARE Thursday July 22, 2021 from 6-10 PM Friday July 23, 2021 from 1-5 PM PRESALE TICKETS: May be purchased until noon Thursday July 22 10 tickets for $20.00 Armbands are $18.00 DURING THE FAIR TICKETS: 20 Tickets for $50.00 Family Pack (Saving $10.00) 7 Tickets for $20.00 1 Ticket for $3.00 Armbands are $20.00
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2021 PRESALE RIDE TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES: WRISTBAND are $18.00 OR 10 TICKETS FOR $20.00 MUST BE PURCHASED BY NOON ON THURSDAY JULY 22, 2021 DENT CENEX CONVIENCE STORE UNITED COMMUNITY BANK HENNING FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HENNING NEW YORK MILLS CENEX CONVIENCE STORE MILL’S COUNTRY MARKET FARMERS AND MERCHANT STATE BANK CENTRAL MINNESOTA CREDIT UNION OTTERTAIL FIRST NATIONAL BANK RICHVILLE WAGON WHEEL
PERHAM BREMER BANK CENEX-OASIS CENTRAL MARKET - PERHAM EAST OTTER TAIL COUNTY FAIR OFFICE CENTRAL MINNESOTA CREDIT UNION MAIN STREET EXPRESS PERHAM CHAMBER OFFICE SERVICE FOOD SILVER MOON WESTSIDE SERVICES/WESTSIDE AUTO VALUE VERGAS VERGAS 66
Schedule of Events TUESDAY JULY 20, 2021 3-8PM 1-6PM
OPEN CLASS ENTRY (MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING) 4-H NON-LIVESTOCK JUDGING
WEDNESDAY JULY 21, 2021 3-8PM 5-7:30PM 7AM-12PM 3-8PM TBA 8:30PM
OPEN CLASS ENTRY (MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING) PAINTED PALLET CONTEST ENTRY (MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING) 4-H & FFA LIVESTOCK CHECK-IN (ID AND VET CHECK) 4-H & FFA LIVESTOCK CHECK-IN (ID AND VET CHECK) 4-H & FFA SWINE WEIGH-IN MOVIE IN THE PARK - BRING YOUR CHAIRS/BLANKETS ****NEW TO KICK OFF CELEBRATING 110 YEARS!
THURSDAY JULY 22, 2021 – VETERAN AND DAYCARE DAY 8-11AM 8-11AM 9AM 10-11AM 10AM-10PM 11AM 11AM -10PM 11AM-8PM
11AM 11AM-6PM 11:15AM 11:30AM 12:30PM 1:30-4PM 1:30PM 4PM 5PM 5 PM 5:30 PM 6PM 7PM 7:30PM 6-10PM 7-10PM 9PM-MIDNIGHT
PAINTED PALLET CONTEST ENTRY (MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING) ROOSTER CROWING CONTEST- CHECK OUT THE PREMIUM BOOK 4-H GOAT SHOW DAYCARE DAY— SELF GUIDED TOUR OF BARNS CHILDREN’S BARN IS OPEN ~ Perham & New York Mills FFA’s FLAG RAISING AND NATIONAL ANTHEM (By Flag Pole) ~ AREA VFW MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING OPENS– BOOTH VENDERS FARM BUREAU FARM ANIMAL SCAVENGER HUNT(FAIRGROUNDS) PICK UP SCAVENGER HUNT SHEET FROM FAIR OFFICE - ALL DAY AND TURN IN COMPLETED FORMS FOR A DRAWING 4-H BEEF SHOW VETERANS IN THE LIONS SHELTER – Displays, and visit with a Veteran QUILTS OF VALOR PROGRAM MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT (Park Shelter & Park) HYPNOTIST ~ FREDDIE JUSTICE (Park Shelter & Park) ERIC’S DANCE BAND- (Park Shelter & Park) ~ Polka in the Park 4-H POULTRY SHOW AND OPEN POULTRY SHOW FOLLOWING MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT (Park Shelter & Park) HYPNOTIST ~ FREDDIE JUSTICE (Park Shelter & Park) CARNIVAL OPENS ~ FAMILY FUN SHOWS FFA & 4-H SHEEP SHOW MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT (Park Shelter & Park) CENTURY FARM AWARDS (Park Shelter) COMEDIAN JOHN DEBOER WRISTBAND RIDE NIGHT (First Wristband Session) BINGO (Lion’s Shelter) CROP DUSTERS BAND (Park Shelter)
FRIDAY JULY 23, 2021 – SENIOR CITIZEN DAY 10AM 10AM-10PM 10AM 11AM 11AM -10PM 11AM-8PM
1PM 1—5PM 12-3PM
ROOSTER CROWING CONTEST- CHECK OUT THE PREMIUM BOOK 4-H & FFA DAIRY SHOW (FFA FOLLOWED BY 4-H DAIRY SHOW) CHILDREN’S BARN IS OPEN ~ Perham & New York Mills FFA’s MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT (Park Shelter & Park) HYPNOTIST ~ FREDDIE JUSTICE (Park Shelter & Park) MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING OPENS– BOOTH VENDERS FARM BUREAU FARM ANIMAL SCAVENGER HUNT(FAIRGROUNDS) PICK UP SCAVENGER HUNT SHEET FROM FAIR OFFICE - ALL DAY AND TURN IN COMPLETED FORMS FOR A DRAWING CARNIVAL OPENS- FAMILY FUN SHOWS CARNIVAL WRISTBAND SESSION (LAST SESSION) SENIOR CITIZEN EVENTS (Park Shelter & Park) MUSIC WITH JERRY & EDITH FIEGEL
3PM 2-4PM 4PM 5PM 5PM 6PM 7PM 7PM-10PM 8PM-12AM
4-H RABBIT SHOW BINGO (Lion’s Shelter) MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT (Park Shelter & Park) HYPNOTIST ~ FREDDIE JUSTICE (Park Shelter & Park) 4-H & FFA SWINE SHOW MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT (Park Shelter & Park) NTPA TRACTOR PULL (GRANDSTAND) $10.00-13 & Older, $5.00- Ages 6-12, FREE - 5 & Under BINGO (Lion’s Shelter) TAILGUNNERS BAND—VARIETY OF MUSIC (PARK SHELTER)
SATURDAY JULY 24, 2021 – KID’S DAY 9AM 10AM 10AM 10AM-10PM 10-11AM 12-4PM 11AM -10PM 11AM-8PM
11-11:30AM 10AM 11AM NOON 1PM 1:30-4:30PM 3PM 4PM 5PM 6PM 7PM 7-10PM 9-12AM
ROOSTER CROWING CONTEST- CHECK OUT THE PREMIUM BOOK DAIRY RECOGNITION 4-H LIVESTOCK AUCTION PLEASURE HORSE SHOW (Horse Arena) CHILDREN’S BARN IS OPEN ~ Perham & New York Mills FFA’s KID’S DAY EVENT-LEGO BUILDING CONTEST (Bingo Shelter) BINGO (Lion’s Shelter) MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING OPENS– BOOTH VENDERS FARM BUREAU FARM ANIMAL SCAVENGER HUNT(FAIRGROUNDS) PICK UP SCAVENGER HUNT SHEET FROM FAIR OFFICE - ALL DAY AND TURN IN COMPLETED FORMS FOR A DRAWING LEGO JUDGING CONTEST MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT ~ Park Shelter & Park HYPNOTIST ~ FREDDIE JUSTICE ~ Park Shelter & Park CARNIVAL OPENS-FAMILY FUN SHOWS 4-H SMALL ANIMAL ROUND ROBIN FLASHBACK– JACK & LAVONNE BJERK ~ Park Shelter & Park 4-H OLYMPICS MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT ~ Park Shelter & Park HYPNOTIST ~ FREDDIE JUSTICE ~ Park Shelter & Park DEMO DERBY (GRANDSTAND) $10.00- 13 & Older, $5.00- Ages 6-12, FREE- 5 & Under MAGICIAN ~ JOSEPH BARNETT ~ Park Shelter & Park BINGO (Lion’s Shelter) BLUE ENGLISH BAND ~ Park Shelter and Park
SUNDAY JULY 25, 2021 – FAMILY DAY 8AM-12PM 9AM 10-11AM 11AM-4PM
10AM-6PM 11AM-6PM NOON-3PM NOON 1PM 1PM 1PM 2-5PM 3:30PM 4PM 6PM OPEN DAILY
PANCAKE BREAKFAST ~FREE WILL OFFERING TO HELP WITH FAIR EXPENSES ~Beer Garden/Park Area HORSE TRAINING WITH HORSE GAMES (Horse Arena) OUTDOOR CHURCH by NORTHWOODS LIFE ~ Park Shelter FARM BUREAU FARM ANIMAL SCAVENGER HUNT(FAIRGROUNDS) PICK UP SCAVENGER HUNT SHEET FROM FAIR OFFICE - ALL DAY AND TURN IN COMPLETED FORMS FOR A DRAWING CHILDREN’S BARN IS OPEN ~ Perham & New York Mills FFA’s MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING OPENS– BOOTH VENDERS ERIC REITAN– VARIETY OF MUSIC ~Park Shelter and Park STATE SANTIONED KIDS PEDAL PULL ~ By the Park LITTLE BRITCHES DAIRY SHOW CARNIVAL OPENS- FAMILY FUN SHOWS ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL (GRANDSTAND) $5.00- 13 & Older, $3.00- Ages 6-12, FREE- 5 & Under BINGO (Lion’s Shelter) 4-H AWARDS PROGRAM & FASHION REVIEW ~Park Shelter and Park LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS WILL BE RELEASED ALL NON-LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS WILL BE RELEASE BEER GARDEN~ (Bean Bag Toss & Beer Pong Available)
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Open Class Poultry Show THURSDAY, JULY 22 1:30p.m. 4-H Poultry Show Open Class immediately follows Registration: Wednesday, July 21 at 5-8p.m. and Thursday, July 22 at 8a.m.-11a.m. with Andy Breitenfeldt – 218-850-2507 RULES & INFORMATION
• No Entry Fees • Open Class Poultry may enter the fairgrounds starting at 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday the 21 and at 8a.m. to 11.a.m. on Thursday the 22 . • Pen Judged immediately following 4-H Poultry show- which starts at 11:30 a.m. on July 22 . • Exhibitors are encouraged to bring own wire cages. • 4-H Rules Apply. • Open show exhibitors may leave immediately following the show. Poultry exhibited in the 4-H show may not leave until Sunday July 25 at release time. • Testing & ID Requirements
CHICKENS & OTHER EXOTIC UPLAND BIRDS
Individual ID with leg or wing bands. Must be accompanied by a certificate or test chart to show that they originated from a hatchery or breeding flock that is classified pullorum- Typhoid clean or are negative to Pullorum- Typhoid test prior to the opening date of exhibition.
TURKEYS Individual ID with leg or wing bands. Must be accompanied by a certificate or test chart to show that they originated from a hatchery or breeding flock that is classified pullorum- Typhoid clean or are negative to Pullorum- Typhoid test prior to the opening date of exhibition.
DUCKS, GEESE, & OTHER WATERFOWL No testing requirements. Individual ID with leg or wing bands
CLASSES MAXIMUM 2 CAGES PER CLASS PER SPECIES Species:
Classes [New this year]
Single bird (1 male or female)
Reserve Champion Pink Ribbon
(All birds will be judged)
Blue Ribbon $5.00
(Overall Bird this year)
Red Ribbon $4.00
Placings & Awards
White Ribbon $3.00
Open Class Rooster Crowing Contest THURSDAY, JULY 22 - SATURDAY, JULY 24 Rounds- Friday at Noon, Finals- Saturday at Noon Registration: Thursday, July 22 8 a.m.- Noon with Andy Breitenfeldt Andy Breitenfeldt- 218-850-2507 RULES & INFORMATION
• $2 Entry fee. Entries will be made payable to EOT Fair and turned into the superintendent. Round entries will be limited to 6 birds. An exhibitor can only enter one rooster in the contest. • The rooster having the most crows within the half hour designated wins the contest for that day. An individual rooster can be a winner or reserve winner on one round only. Only roosters winning first and second in contests will be eligible in the finals. The number of crows that the birds have on their winning round will be added to number of crows in the finals. The bird with the largest totals for two days wins the championship. • Any ties will be “crowed off” by rules set up by the committee. Any special cases not covered by rules will be acted upon by the general committee in charge of the contest. • Judges will be selected by the superintendent. These qualified recorders will be assigned to record the number of crows during the specified time. • Roosters will be penned in individual coops and handlers may use any method get their exhibit to crow without touching the bird and cage (talk, clap hands, throwing them food, whistle, etc.). All coops will be partitioned off. • Finalist will not be allowed to take rooster home. They must be kept in the Poultry Barn. 8 | EAST OTTER TAIL COUNTY FAIR 2021
• Testing & ID Requirements • Individual ID with leg or wing bands. Must be accompanied by a certificate or test chart to show that they originated from a hatchery or breeding flock that is classified Pullorum-Typhoid clean or are negative to Pullorum-Typhoid test within 90 days prior to the opening date of exhibition.
PLACING AND PRIZES
ROUND WINNERS 1st-Blue Ribbon 2nd-Red Ribbon Top 2 round winners will advance to Finals FINAL WINNERS 1st- Purple Ribbon (Grand Champion) and 60% of entry fee 2nd- Pink Ribbon (Reserve Champion) and 40% of entry fee
Movie in the Park
MOVIE IN THE
CONCESSIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE!
WEDNESDAY JULY 21, 2021 8:30PM Painted Pallet Contest
Kids Activities in the Park
WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY
THURSDAY - SUNDAY
THURSDAY, JULY 22
Get creative and enter your masterpiece into the EOT “Painted Pallet Gallery”!
Wednesday, July 21 5:00p.m.-7:30p.m. and Thursday, July 22 8:00a.m.-11:00a.m.
10:00am to 11:00am
Farm Bureau Scavenger Hunt - All Day Self guided tours of the fair
Pallets must be 4ft. squared or smaller. 4ft.(48in.) or shorter by 4ft.(48in.) or shorter. NO EXCEPTIONS! Any other questions, contact Andy Breitenfeldt at 218-850-2507
JUDGES CHOICE: Grand Champion- Ribbon and $60 Reserve Champion- Ribbon and $40 PEOPLES CHOICE: Grand Champion- Ribbon and $60 Reserve Champion- Ribbon and $40 Everyone will receive a participation ribbon for bringing in one.
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Bingo at the Fair
Magician Joseph Barnett
THURSDAY - SUNDAY
THURSDAY, JULY 22 | 11:15AM, 4PM, & 6PM FRIDAY, JULY 23 | 10AM, 4PM, & 6PM SATURDAY, JULY 24 | 11AM, 5PM, & 7PM
THURSDAY, JULY 22 7 TO 10 PM FRIDAY, JULY 23 2 TO 4 PM FRIDAY, JULY 23 7 TO 10 PM SATURDAY, JULY 24 NOON TO 4 PM SATURDAY, JULY 24 7 TO 10 PM SUNDAY, JULY 25 2 TO 5 PM
Veterans Day THURSDAY, JULY 22 11AM-6PM | BINGO SHELTER Displays, Videos, Chat with a Vet! Quilts of Valor Program 11:15am
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The art of magic has long been a passion of Joe’s ever since he saw his first magic show at the young age of five. This fueled his love for the ancient art and by ten years old he was performing all around his home state of South Dakota. Over the years he has befriended numerous famous magicians and has twice had the privilege of being invited to the world famous Academy of Magical Arts in Hollywood, CA (aka the Magic Castle). As an active member of the Society of American Magicians and over 20 years of performing experience Joe has developed a show that is unique, comical, and entertaining for all ages. As a young magician his first passion was close-up and strolling magic. At an early age he separated himself from other magicians by developing a stage show that was both big and interactive. Audience participation directs each show and allows for a continuously changing theatrical experience. Joe grew up in a family of 6 where he was the baby and favorite of course, “wink.”. If you asked any of his family, the phrase “pick a card” or “watch this new trick” were frequently muttered requests. lnat being said, everyone was supportive of Joe’s dreams of becoming a famous magician. Along with traveling the U.S. as a magician, Joe is also a registered nurse at an intensive care unit in his hometown. Performing magic for patients has proven to be helpful in lifting their spirits as well as recovery time. In recent years Joe’s lovely lady Brianna and adorable bunny Bailey have joined the show. They frequently put up with getting sawed in half, popping out of boxes, and battling long days on the road. They are crucial members to the Magic Joe team. With comedy at the core of every performance Joe has developed a unique show that includes illusions, mind reading, fire eating, hypnotism and mystery for all. Audience interaction plays a large role which helps make each performance new and exciting every time. Be sure to have Magic Joe Productions at your next event! This is the show that leaves everyone wanting more.
Hypnotist Freddie Justice
Polka in the Park
THURSDAY, JULY 22 | NOON & 5PM FRIDAY, JULY 23 | 11AM & 5PM SATURDAY, JULY 24 | NOON & 6PM
THURSDAY JULY 22 1:30 TO 4PM
Freddie Justice is a HIGH ENERGY, DYNAMIC ENTERTAINER celebrating his 10TH YEAR as a stage hypnotist! He entertains audiences throughout the country who leave his shows with smiling faces and lots of memories. His COMEDY IMPROV style of hypnosis shows allows for a more broad dynamic to truly utilize the personalities of his volunteers. Attendee or volunteer, its a GREAT PERFORMANCE from any seat in the house. There’s a reason Freddie just called THE PLANET’S FUNNIEST HYPNOTIST!!! Freddie is an accomplished entertainer who’s been entertaining crowds for over a decade. Trained in Stage Hypnotism, Mentalism and Improv Comedy, he brings a unique blend of hypnotic techniques and improvisational skills. He combines them with the individual personalities of his volun-teers to create moments of laughter & fun crowds talk about for quite some time. Freddie LOVES interacting with the people at his shows and says he’s blessed to be able to meet and talk to so many unique people. And even more so, he enjoys watching and hearing the pure fun his guests experience, because people LOVE to laugh!
Eric Roggenkamp , from Bluffton, has been entertaining people all over central Minnesota since he was 12 years old. Eric was inducted into the Minnesota Country Music Hall of Fame back in 1996. Eric along with Larry Selander have been playing music together for 45 years. If you like traditional country and old time music you will certainly enjoy the show. Please come out and listen we are sure you will have a great day. Feel free to get up and dance in the Park!
We invite you to join us
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the sights!
Man in Black “The Music of Johnny Cash” at the Ives: Thurs, July 22, $85pp
Mystery Trip: July 12-15 Medora and Bismarck: Aug 9-12 New York City with air: Sept 27-Oct 1 From the Red Rocks to the Rockies with air: Sept 27-Oct 3 NASCAR in Kansas City: Oct 22-25 Christmas in Branson: Nov 17-22 Ark Encounter & Creation Museum: April 4-8, 2022 Oberammergau (Germany/Austria) Live Passion Play: departs June 7, 2022 Calgary Stampede and the Canadian Rockies: July 2022 San Francisco and Wine Country with air: Oct 2-6, 2022
The Duttons at the Paramount: Mon, July 26, $80pp Stop, In The Name of Love at the Ives: Wed, Aug 18, $85pp MN State Fair: Call for details The Music Man at Chanhassen: Wed, Sept 15, $95pp Linda and Company at the Ives: Wed, Sept 22, $85pp A Bench in the Sun at DayTrippers: Wed, Oct 13, $75pp Frozen at the Orpheum Theatre: Wed, Oct 20, adults $105pp and 12 and under $85pp The Play That Goes Wrong at The Old Log: Thurs, Oct 28, $85pp Breaking Up Is Hard To Do at the Ives: Thurs, Nov 11, $85 pp
or Visit us online for these and many more trips!!!
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Century Farm Awards
Comedian John Deboer
THURSDAY JULY 22, 2021 EOT FAIR PARK SHELTER | 7:00PM
THURSDAY JULY 22, 2021 EOT FAIR PARK SHELTER | 7:30PM
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Senior Citizen Day FRIDAY, JULY 23 EOT FAIR PARK SHELTER & PARK NOON - 3PM PERHAM AREA: Vergas - Thursday, July 8th Vergas Fire Hall - 121 W Linden St
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Perham - Thursday, July 15th Perham City Garage - 802 6th St NE Pelican Rapids - Wednesday, August 4th Public Works Facility - 1008 Co Hwy 9 New York Mills - Friday, September 10th City Maintenance Building - 102 N Boardman For a list of accepted materials and to make a reminder for your collection day visit ottertailcountymn.us/household-hazardous-waste
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Jack and LaVonne have been playing in various bands for many years in southern Minnesota. After Jack retired they moved to Ottertail, MN and decided to start playing as a duo with LaVonne as Lead Vocalist and playing guitar, along with using background tracks. They spend their summer living and playing in the area. In the winter they live and play in the Fort Myers, FL area. They play a wide variety of music, everything from “Johnny Cash” to “Journey”.
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Premium List 2021 GENERAL INFORMATION Entry Days are Tuesday, July 20, 2021, 3-8 PM. and Wednesday, July 21, 2021, 3-8 PM. Exhibits in Main Building may be removed after 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 25, 2021. ADMISSION The gates will be open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day. All persons remaining on the grounds over night must provide themselves with proper admission for the following day. There will be no pass out checks. -Admission into the fair is FREE. -There is parking available on the Fairgrounds for $3.00 per car. -Admission is charged for Grandstand events only. RULES AND REGULATIONS WILL BE STRICTLY ADHERED The Perham Agricultural Society Incorporated reserves to its board the final and absolute right to interpret these rules and regulations, and arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions and differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, connected with, or incident to the fair.
these rules as they, in their judgement, may deem advisable. 2. Nothing that has been previously shown at this fair, except livestock, shall compete for a prize. 3. Entries for premiums in the individual lots of grain, field seed, fruits and forage shall not be permitted to appear as part of collections. 4. No article or animal shall compete for more than one premium, except in livestock groups. 5. Stock must be entered in the name of bona fide owners, and grain, vegetables, fruit, dairy products, flowers and household arts division must have been raised by owners during the past year. 6. Only one entry in any one lot may be made by one family or from one farm. 7. Every article in competition must correspond in number, size of sample and description with the premium list and be in its proper class in order to obtain premiums. No change or alteration will be permitted after the books are placed in the hands of the judges. 8. Each entry tag shall be securely attached to the entry itself, or to the stall, pen, or receptical in which it is shown. 9. Entry Schedule - Tuesday, July 20, 2021, 3-8 PM and Wednesday, July 21, 2021, 3-8 PM. 10. Exhibitors are urged to bring their animals or articles as early as possible on entry day so that everything will be in readiness. You can assist the management a great deal by promptness and also secure for yourself the most prominent place for your exhibit.
********************************* Your annual Fair will be held at the East Otter Tail Fair Grounds in Perham on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 22, 23, 24, and 25. The following premium list will prove that we invite exhibits of almost every type and kind and that RELEASE OF EXHIBITS substantial premiums will be paid to prize winners. 11. Exhibits in the Main Building are to remain on We’ll be seeing you at the Fair! display until 6 PM. the last day of the Fair. 12. Livestock owned by exhibitor residing beyond 20 OFFICERS: miles from Perham may be released by 4 p.m. the President: Pete Zavadil last day of the Fair. Vice- President: Karen Gorentz Livestock owned by exhibitors residing less than 20 Secretary/Treasurer: Diane Sazama miles from Perham may be released at 4 p.m. the last day of the Fair. FAIR BOARD DIRECTORS 13. Premiums will not be paid on articles or animals MEMBERS/FAIR STAFF removed from exhibition without the approval of the Pete Zavadil Secretary. Karen Gorentz Diane Sazama ARRANGEMENTS OF EXHIBITS Dr. Bill Rose 14. Grain and field seeds shall be shown in clear fruit Kayla Jahnke jars and unless otherwise designated shall consist Luke Flink of two quart jars by measure. Kelly Riepe 15. Exhibition of articles not competing for premiums Eugene Jahnke must be arranged for at the Secretary’s Office, and Monique Rossow will be arranged as far as possible in conformity with Jason Bachmann the wishes of the exhibitor. Andy Breitenfeldt CLAIMS Fred Lehmkuhl 16. Persons having claims against the Society must AG SOCIETY MEMBERS present them to the Secretary within fifteen days Ed Keil, Kris Moltzan, Vance Bachmann, after the last day of the Fair. Shirley Davison NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE ********************************** 1. The management reserves the right to add to 17. The Society will take every precaution in its
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power for the preservation of the articles and stock on exhibition, but will not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur in the delivery, exhibition, or removal of exhibits. AWARDS 18. The Superintendent of the division or some other person appointed shall assist the judge as clerk and shall keep a record of the awards made. This record when completed shall be signed by the judges and returned to the Secretary. 19. The awards on entries will be designated as follows: 1st premium, blue; 2nd, red; 3rd, white; sweepstake, purple. 20. All awards shall be made by competition of the individual merits of the entries. 21. Any interference by exhibitors to influence or dictate the decision of the judges shall be sufficient cause for excluding his or her entry from competition and should be reported to the Secretary through the Superintendent. 22. No appeal for the decision of the judges shall be allowed. An exhibitor shall make protest to the Superintendent of the division at the time of award, who may then require the judges to give reasons for such placing. 23. No judge shall award any discretionary premiums. Whenever articles of superior merit are exhibited for which no premiums have been offered, the judges may enter same as “commended” on the book of awards, so the Secretary may report them to the board for future action. 24. Premiums will not be awarded to articles or animals of inferior merit although there may be no competition. Where the number of competitors in any lot is less than the number of awards, the judges may, at their discretion, award lower prizes, omitting the higher ones. 25. Where a sum of premium money is to be paid out pro rate, the apportionment shall be according to the merits of the individual exhibits. 26. Special premiums may be offered by interested persons for entries which conform to the general classification of the Society. 27. Premium checks must be cashed within 30 days of issue, or they will become void. 28. Check may be picked up at the Fair Office at 7pm on Sunday, July 25 NEW BOARD OF ANIMAL HEALTH RULES 29. Cattle and Bison: Breeding cattle, rodeo cattle and all cattle for exhibition must be officially identified upon movement from the herd to another location, with certain exceptions. Records of cattle movements into and out of herds must be kept on the farm for five years. Swine: Swine moving within the state must be officially identified with certain exceptions. mn.gov/bah/board/releases/nr2013-04-08.html
Exhibition of Livestock in Minnesota SUMMARY OF STATE RULES FOR 2021 EXHIBITORS ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: All animals must be examined by the official veterinarian on the day they are admitted to the exhibition and at least once daily during the exhibition. Prior to entering a public exhibition, animals must meet the requirements for exhibition, importation, and intrastate movement as defined by the Board. No animal may enter or be at a public exhibition that is showing clinical signs of any infectious, contagious or communicable disease, including ringworm and warts. OFFICIAL IDENTIFICATION: All cattle, swine, sheep and goats, and deer and elk must be officially identified. Please see
Chickens, turkeys, game birds, and hatching eggs from these birds must be accompanied by a certificate or test chart to show that they originate from a SHEEP AND GOATS: In addihatchery or breeding flock that tion to official identification, no is classified pullorum-typhoid sheep or goat that is within 30 clean or are negative to a pullodays of giving birth rum-typhoid test may be exhibitwithin 90 days prior ed without prior to the opening date approval from the of the exhibition. Minnesota Board Turkeys and turkey of Animal Health. hatching eggs must POULTRY: Chickalso be accompaens, turkeys, and nied by a certifigame birds, except cate or test chart baby poultry, must to show that they be individually originate from a identified with a hatchery or breedleg or wing band. the enclosures on official identification for these groups or go to our website at https://www. bah.state.mn.us/official-id/
ing flock that is classified Mycoplasma gallisepticum clean and Mycoplasma synoviae clean or are negative to a Mycoplasma gallisepticum and a Mycoplasma synoviae test within 90 days prior to the opening date of the exhibition. HORSES: Horses, except suckling foals accompanying a negative dam, must be negative to an official EIA test conducted within 12 months prior to the opening date of an exhibition. DOGS: Dogs four months of age or older must be accompanied by a certificate of rabies vaccination documenting that the dog is currently vaccinated for rabies.
5th Annual East Otter Tail County Fair Lego Building Contest SATURDAY, JULY 24 KIDS - COME TO THE FAIR TO SHOW OFF YOUR LEGO BUILDING SKILLS! The contest will be held in the Lions’ Bingo shelter, contest starts at 10:00am and goes till 11:00am with judging following the contest. Legos will be provided for you to use, and and all construction must be done at the contest, Judging will be based on creativity, and imagination. First, Second, and Third place winners in each age group will receive medals, and all participants will receive a participation ribbon. The Lego creations will be displayed in the open class area for the remainder of the fair. No entry fee required. Please sign up the day of the event. Any questions please feel free to contact Kayla Jahnke 218-3718237 or email- email@example.com
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Little Britches Dairy Show SATURDAY, JULY 24 1 PM
• Show & Go! • Participants are invited to bring their own calf to the fair to show and receive a prize! • Ages: 4 – 2nd Grade • Parent or older sibling must be on hand to help • Must have MN Identification according to MN Board of Animal Health. • Trailers/Trucks may park by the Barns • Animals may leave immediately after the show. Those part of the 4-H show must stay until the 4 p.m. load-out. • Animals need not be clipped. • Animals may enter the fairgrounds at 12:00 p.m. (1 hour prior to the show) Registration/participant information will be collected at the show. Questions? Call Ronda Koehler 218-385-2533 or 218-640-0943. Sponsored by EOT Co Midwest Dairy Association
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4-H & FFA Listing • Open Class Wednesday July 21 All livestock must arrive at the fairgrounds on Wednesday between 7 a.m.-Noon or 3 p.m.-8 p.m. Swine weigh-in TBD. ID check will be along with the vet check station.
4-H EXHIBIT RULES & EVENTS: COUNTY FAIR REGISTRATION: Visit eastottertailcounty.fairentry.com to register your projects.
Thursday July 22 9 a.m. Goat Show 11 a.m. Beef Show 1:30 p.m. Poultry Show 5:30 p.m. FFA & 4-H Sheep Show
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA EXTENSION STAFF Janet Malone, Extension Educator Sarah Downhour, Extension Educator Michaela Roemmich , Summer Intern NY Mills Office Telephone: 218-385-5420
Friday, July 23 10 a.m Dairy Show – FFA & Dairy Show followed by 4-H Dairy 3 p.m. Rabbit Show 5 p.m. Swine Show LQA& E Training – This is required for Live- All Youth eligible for the blue ribbon auction stock participants grades 6+ who intend photo taking are TBD. to show at the State Fair. Must complete PRIOR TO our county fair. Saturday, July 24: 9 a.m. Dairy Recognition PRE FAIR FOOD STAND CLEANING DAY 10 a.m. Pleasure Horse Show at Horse Arena Perham Pride 10 a.m. 4-H Livestock Auction – Livestock Coordinator 4-H SCHEDULE FOR COUNTY FAIR 1 p.m. Small Animal Round Robin Lama Show – Check with the office for a local 3 p.m. 4-H Olympics show to attend. Pet Show : July 12th, 10 a.m. – Perham Living Dog Show July 13th, 6 p.m.- East Otter Tail County Fairgrounds Demonstration, Clothing, Family & Consumer Science, Performing Arts and Cloverbuds: July 15th at East Otter Tail County Fairgrounds 9-Noon – Demonstrations and Performing Arts. Sign up for a time on Fair Entry. 1-3 PM Clothing (including non-garment) 2-6 PM Family & Consumer Science and Cloverbud Judging Exhibit Building & barns set up: July 17th 6 a.m. – 1 p.m. Food Preparation 8 a.m. Barns & Exhibit Building set up Barns: Animal project members Exhibit Building Staging: Country Bumpkins All 4-Hers who show animals are expected to help from 8am-Noon: Potluck lunch to follow: meat and beverages provided/ families bring side dishes/desserts. COUNTY FAIR ENTRY DAY: NON- LIVESTOCK PROJECTS Tuesday, July 20: 1 – 6 p.m. - Conference Judging of all non-livestock projects Except: Clothing, Pet Show, Demos, Performing Arts, Family & Consumer Science, and Cloverbuds. Clubs: check your time and project area for providing judge’s assistants Livestock Interviews take place in the 4-H Food Stand building from 1-6 p.m. Please sign up on Fair Entry for interviews and select a time slot.
2021 FFA DIVISION AGRICULTURE INSTRUCTORS: Shell Tumburg – Perham Advisor Brain Schornack – New York Mills Advisor GENERAL RULES: 1. Open to FFA members state-wide. 2. Members must be in good standing with their FFA Chapter. 3. Pre Registration required for all entries by emailing Shell Tumberg at firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59 pm July 16th. 4. FFA premiums will be awarded with blue, red, and white groups. 5. A faithful observance of all rules governing the exhibit will be required. When in doubt as to the application or meaning of a rule, the agriculture instructor in charge shall interrupt such a rule.
LIVESTOCK 1. Animals must meet health requirements set forth by the Minnesota Board of Animal Health. 2. Health certificates for the required tests are to be presented to the official veterinarian at the time of entry. 3. Livestock must be owned by the exhibiter Sunday, July 25: or in partnership with his or her own family. 9 a.m. Horse Training at Horse Arena followed 4. Beef, dairy, and swine animals must be by Games owned by June 1 of the current fair year. 1-3 p.m. State Fair Registration- Exhibit Bld. Sheep must be owned by July 1 of the 3:30 p.m. 4-H Non-Livestock Awards Program current fair year. & Fashion Review 5. Only on entry may be entered in each lot by an exhibiter. 4 p.m. Load 4-H animals and clean pens to 6. Livestock in breed classes may be regiscenter aisle. tered or grade. 5 p.m. Food Stand (Dent Helping Hands) & 7. Animals entered in FFA classes may not Exhibit Building (Woodside Workers & Indepenbe entered in 4-H classes. 8. The exhibiter must be present during the dent Members) Clean Up show. In case of illness and exhibitor may substitute another FFA member to show Sunday, 6 p.m. - All 4-H Exhibits his/her entries. The substitute, however, released. must be approved by the agriculture Please do not ask to take exhibits early. No instructor in charge. 9. Exhibitors must keep their livestock, stall, premiums will be given to 4-H’ers who try to pens, and immediate area in a clean leave early. presentable condition. 10. No fee will be charged for entries, pens, The Exhibit Building hours will be from 10 or stalls. 11. Grand and reserve champion ribbons will a.m. – 10 p.m. Thursday – Saturday and be presented to the top male, female, Noon to 7 p.m. Sunday. and market animal in each livestock division. An exhibitor may show the animal The University of Minnesota Extension Program of his/her choice for these awards. is committed to the policy that all persons shall BEEF have equal access to its programs, facilities, Blue $9.25 – Red $8.25 – White $7.25 and employment without regard to race, color, Class 1 – Shorthorn creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital Class 2 – Hereford Class 3 – Angus status, disability, public assistance status, Class 4 – Charolais veteran status, or sexual orientation. Class 5 – Limousin Projects must be added before registration closes on July 1 to be eligible for Reserve Champion, Champion, or State Fair Trips. Any project added to the fair after registration closes on July 1 is still eligible for conference judging and to receive a blue, red, or white ribbon, but is not eligible to receive champion, reserve champion or State Fair trips.
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Class 6 – Simmental Class 7 – Other Breeds Class 8 – Commercial Beef Heifer
LOTS FOR BREED CLASSES: 1. Heifer, Junior Calves – Calved on or after Jan 1, 2021 2. Heifer, Winter Calves – Calved Nov. – Dec., 2020 3. Heifer, Senior Calves – Calved Sep. – Oct. 2020
4. Heifer, Late Summer Yearling, Jul. – Aug. 2019 5. Heifer, Early Summer Yearling, May – Jun. 2019 6. Heifer, Late Junior Yearling, Mar. – Apr. 2019 7. Heifer, Early Junior Yearling, Jan. – Feb. 2019 8. Heifer, Senior Yearling, Sep. – Dec. 2020 9. Two Year Old Female and Older – born before Sep 1, 2018 10. Pair of Yearlings (owned/shown by one exhibitor) 11. Pair of Calves (lot 1, 2, 3) 12. Cow/Calf Class 9 – B eef Steer – Born after Dec. 31, 2018 Class 11 – D airy Steer – Born after Dec. 31, 2018 DAIRY Blue $9.25 – Red $8.25 – White $7.25 Class 11 – Holstein Class 12 – Jersey Class 13 – Guernsey Class 14 – Ayrshire Class 15 – Brown Swiss Class 16 – Milking Shorthorn LOTS FOR BREED CLASSES: 1. Junior Heifer Calf – after Feb. 12, 2021 and over 4 months of age 2. Intermediate Heifer Calf, Dec. 11 – Feb. 12, 2020 3. Senior Heifer Calf, Sep. – Nov. 11, 2020 4. Summer Yearling Heifer, Jun. – Aug. 11, 2019 5. Spring Yearling Heifer, Mar. – May 11, 2019 6. Winter Senior Yearling Heifer, Dec. 10– Feb. 11, 2019 7. Fall Senior Yearling Heifer, Sep. 10 – Nov. 11, 2019 8. Dry Cow, 2020 9. Lactating Cow, any age SHEEP Blue $7.25 – Red $6.25 – White $5.25 BASE DATES FOR COMPUTING AGE SENIOR LAMBS JUNIOR LAMBS Class 17 – S hropshire born before Feb 15 born Feb 15 and after Class 18 – H ampshire born before Feb 15 born Feb 1 and after Class 19 – S outhdown born before Feb 15 born Feb 15 and after Class 20 –Oxford Down before Feb 15 born Feb 15 and after Class 21 –Corriedale born before Feb1 born Feb 1 and after Class 22 – C olumbia born before Feb 1 born Feb 1 and after Class 23 – S uffolk born before Feb 1 born Feb 1 and after Class 24 – C heviot born before Mar 1 born Mar 1 and after Class 25 – D orset born before Jan 1 born Jan 1 and after Class 26 – R ambouillet born before Jan 1 born Jan 1 and after Class 27 – O ther born before Jan 1 born Jan 1 and after LOTS FOR BREED CLASSES: 1. Junior Ram Lamb 2. Senior Ram Lamb 3. Yearling Ram – born before Sep 1, 2019 4. Junior Ewe Lamb 5. Senior Ewe Lamb 6. Yearling Ewe – born before Sep 1, 2019 7. Pair of Ram Lambs, any age 8. Pair of Ewe Lambs, any age
Class 28 – CROSSBREDS LOTS FOR CROSSBREDS 1. Junior Ewe Lamb – born before Feb 15 and after 2. Senior Ewe Lamb – born before Feb 15 3. Yearling Ewe – born before Sep 1, 2019 Class 29 – Market Lamb – Ewe or Wether Class 30 – Market Pen of Three – Ewe or Wether SWINE Blue $7.25 – Red $6.25 – White $5.25 Class 31 – Poland China Class 32 – Spot Class 33 – Duroc Class 34 – Chester White Class 35 – Hampshire Class 36 – Berkshire Class 37 – Yorkshire Class 38 – Landrace LOTS FOR BREED CLASSES: 1. December Boar, Farrowed during Dec. 2020 2. Early January Boar, Farrowed Jan 1 to Jan 20, 2021 3. Late Jan. – Early Feb. Boar, Farrowed Jan 21 to Feb 11, 2021 4. Late Feb. boar, Farrowed Feb.11 to Feb.28, 2021 5. March Boar, Farrowed on or after Mar. 1, 2021 6. Junior Yearling Sow – born between Jan. 1, 2017 and Jun. 30, 2020 7. Senior Sow – born between Jul 1, 2013 and Nov. 30, 2019 8. December Gilt, Farrowed during Dec. 2021 9. Early January Gilt, Farrowed Feb. 11 to Feb. 28, 2021 10. Late Jan. – Early Feb. Gilt, Farrowed Jan. 21 to Feb. 11, 2021 11. Late February Gilt, Farrowed on or after Mar. 1, 2021 Class 39 – CROSSBREDS LOTS FOR CROSSBREDS 1. December Gilt, Farrowed during Dec. 2020 2. Early January Gilt, Farrowed Jan. 1 to Jan. 20, 2021 3. Late Jan. – Early Feb. Gilt, Farrowed Jan. 21 to Feb. 11, 2021 4. Late February Gilt, Farrowed Feb. 11 to Feb. 28, 2021 5. March Gilt, Farrowed on or after Mar. 1, 2021 Class 40 – Market Hog – Gilt or Barrow Class 41 – Pen of Three CROPS Blue $2.25 – Red $1.75 – White $1.25 Class 42 – Crops LOTS FOR CROPS: 1. Corn A. 1 1 stalks with roots in heavy duty bag – 2021 crop B. 1 quart of shelled corn, 2020 crop in a clear jar with lid C. 11 ears of 2019 crop D. High Moisture Corn – shelled E. High Moisture Corn – ear 2. Oats A. Sheaf 4 inches in diameter – 2021 crop B. 1 Quart of Oats – 2020 crop in a clear jar with lid 3. Barley A. S heaf 4 inches in diameter – 2021 crop B. 1 Quart of barley – 2020 crop in clear jar with lid
4-H & FFA Listing • Open Class 4. Wheat A. S heaf 4 inches in diameter – 2021 crop B. 1 Quart of rye – 2020 crop in a clear jar with lid 5. Rye A. S heaf 4 inches in diameter – 2021 crop B. 1 Quart of rye – 2020 crop in clear jar with lid 6. Beans (soybeans or edible) A. 11 plants with roots – 2021 B. 1 Quart of beans – 2020 crop in a clear jar with lid 7. Hay – Pad 4 inches thick in clear bag – 2021 crop A. Legume B. Grass C. Mixed 8. Haylage (2020 crop) A. Legume B. Grass C. Mixed D. Corn E. Other 9. Silage (2020 Crop) A. L egume B. Grass C. Mixed D. Corn E. Other 10. Potatoes, 20 (clean) tubers – 2020 Crop 11. Sunflowers A. Confectionery 1. 6 plants with roots in heavy duty bag – 2020 crop 2. 1 Quart of seeds, 2020 crop in a clear jar with lid B. Oil Seed 1. 6 plants with roots in heavy duty bag – 2021 crop 2. 1 Quart of Seeds – 2020 Crop in clear jar with lid 12. Other – 2020 Crop VEGETABLE GARDENING Blue $2.25 – Red $1.75 – White $1.25 Class 43 – Vegetable Gardening (MUST SUPPLY OWN EXHIBIT BOX) LOTS FOR VEGETABLE GARDENING 1. Collection of 3 kinds of vegetables. The collection must contain small, medium, and large vegetables. You must have one large vegetable (cabbage, squash, melon, cauliflower, etc.), three medium vegetables of the same species (tomato, Onion pepper, cucumbers, carrots, etc), and twelve small vegetables of the same species (cherry tomato, green beans, peas in pod, etc). (Potatoes may not be included in this class). 2. Collection of six kinds of vegetables. The collection must contain small, medium, and large vegetables. You must have one large vegetable (cabbage, squash, melon, cauliflower, etc). Three species of medium vegetables (tomato, onion, pepper, cucumbers, carrots, etc), and two species of small vegetables with six of each species for a total of twelve small vegetables (cherry tomato, green
beans, peas in pod, etc). (Potatoes may not be included in this class). FLOWER GARDENING Blue $2.25 – Red $1.75 – White $1.25 Class 44 – Flower Gardening (Exhibitors must supply their own display containers) LOTS FOR FLOWER GARDENING 1. Cut Flower Display – These flowers must be grown by the member. Containers and flowers should be of the proper proportion (2/3 flowers and foliage and 1/3 container). Exhibits must be labeled with kind and variety name. No aluminum foil and no foliage below the water line. Minimum of three stems of flowers. 2. House plants – The container must have label with exhibitor’s name, chapter, and plant variety. 3. Terrariums – The exhibit should not exceed 24" in any dimension. Evaluation will be based upon plant selection, quality suitability of container, and design. Container must have a label with exhibitors name, chapter, and plant varieties. Terrariums must be started at least 2 weeks prior to the county fair. FRUIT Blue $2.25 – Red $1.75 – White $1.25 Class 45 – Fruit (Exhibitors must supply their own display containers) LOTS FOR FRUIT 1. Plate of 15 strawberries, raspberries, or blueberries or other small fruit. 2. Plate of 5 apples, 11 crabapples, 11 plums, 11 cherries, or 2 bunches of grapes. Metal Projects 1. Beginning Projects 2. Intermediate Projects 3. Advanced Projects ACTIVITY AND JUDGING SCHEDULE THURSDAY, JULY 25 Entry day – 12-5 PM FFA Sheep Show – 5 PM FFA Crop, Vegetable, Fruit, and Flower Judging – 9 PM FRIDAY, JULY 26 FFA Swine Show – 8:30 AM FFA Dairy Show – 11 AM FFA Beef Show – 1:30 PM SUNDAY, JULY 28 All Exhibits Released – 6 PM
Sponsored by United Community Bank, Superintendent Donna Gill Exhibitors may enter more than one spec-
imen in a class, provided each entry is of a different named variety. Entries must be made Thursday, July 22 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Or Friday, July 23 from 11 a.m. to 2p.m. and remain until 6 pm, Sunday, July 25. All flowers must be grown by exhibitor and dried material picked by exhibitor. Rules according to the Minnesota Horticultural Society refer to handbooks in Perham Area Library. Use clear glass bottles. All cut flowers must be brought in small bottles for small types and larger bottles for larger types. Exhibit with foliage but not under water. (Prizes 1st $2.25; 2nd $1.75; 3rd $1.25) CUT FLOWERS Division A - Annuals Class No. 1. Ageratum, 3 stems 2. Ameranthus, 1 stem 3. Aster, 3 blooms 4. Baby’s Breath (fresh) 1 spray 5. Bachelor Buttons, 3 stems 6. Balsam, 1 stem 7. Bells of Ireland, 1 stalk 8. Calendula, 3 blooms 9. Candy Tuft, 3 stems 10. Canterbury Bells, 1 stem 11. Carnation, 3 blooms 12. Celosia, plume 1 spike 13. Celosia, crest 1 stem 14. Clarkia, 1 stem 15. Cleone, 1 truss 15a. Coleus, 1 stem 15b. Solar Coleus, 1 stem 16. Cosmos, any color, 1 stem 17. Cosmos, orange, 1 stem 17a. Daisy, 3 stems 18. Dianthus, 1 spray 20. Euphorbia, 3 stems 23. Larkspur, 1 spike 24. Lavatera, 1 stem 25. Lisianthus, 1 spray 26. Marigold, over 3" 1 stem 27. Marigold, 1 1/2" to 3" 2 stems 28. Marigold, under 1 1/2" 3 stems 29. Marigold Gems, 1 spray 30. Nasturtium, single 3 blooms 31. Nasturtium, double 3 blooms 32. Nicotiana, 1 spray 33. P ansy, stem as long as possible, 3 blooms 34. Petunia, single 1 spray 35. Petunia, double 1 spray 36. Petunia, wave 1 spray 37. Phlox, annual 1 spray 39. Salvia, blue 3 blooms 40. Salvia, red 3 blooms 41. Salvia, any other 3 blooms 42. Scabiosa, 3 blooms 43. Snapdragon, tall, 1 spike 44. Snapdragon, dwarf, 2 spikes 45. Sunflower, heliantus, 1 bloom 46. Sweet Peas, 3 stems 47. Statice, 1 stem
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48. Stocks, 1 spike 49. Tithonia, 3 blooms 50. Verbena, 3 stems 51. Zinnia, over 4", 1 bloom 52. Zinnia, 2" t o4", 2 blooms 53. Zinnia, under 2", 3 blooms 55a. Any other small (3 stems) 55b. Any other large (1 stem) Division B - Bulbs & Tubers One stem (1 entry in each color) Class No. 56. Calla 57. Canna flower, 1 stem 57a. Canna leaf, 1 leaf 58. Dahlia, 1 bloom, disbud, with 1 or 2 sets of leaves, divided by color and variety. 74. Gladiola spike 100 & 200 (up to 3 1/2" size blooms) 75. G ladiola spike 300, 400 (3 1/2" to 5 1/2") 76. Gladiola, (over 5 1/2) 500 Lilies (1 stem) 77. Asiatic 78. Trumpet 79. Oriental 80. Tiger Lily 81. Any other Lily 82. Any other bulb or tuber Division C Perennial Cut Flowers Class No. 85. Achilla, Pearl 1 spray 85a. Achilla, Regular 3 stems 86. Aconitum (Monkshood), 1 stem 87. Asclepias, 1 stem 88. Asters, 3 stems 89. Astilbe, 1 stem 89a. Astrantia, 1 spray 90. Campanula, blue or white clips 3 stems 91. Chrysanthemum, cushion 1 spray 92. Chrysanthemum, single 1 spray 93. Chrysanthemum, spider, 1 spray 94. Coral Bells (Heuchera), 3 stems a. leaf b. blooms 95. Coreopsis, 1 stem 96. Daisy, 3 blooms 96a. Daisy, Double blooms 97. Delphinium, bush 1 spike 98. Delphinium, regular 1 spike 99. Dianthus, (Sweet William) 1 spray 100. Dianthus, other 1 spray 101. Echniacea, 3 stems 102. Echinops, 1 stem 103. Feverfew, 3 stems 104. Gaillardia, 3 blooms 105. Gloriosa Daisy, single 3 blooms 106. Gloriosa Daisy, double 3 blooms 107. Gysophila (Baby’s Breath) 1 spray 107a. Heliopsis, 1 stem HEMMERCALLIS 108a Hemmercallis (use colors A - M) 108b Double (use colors A - M) 108c spider (use colors A - M) 108d Miniature (use colors A - M) 108e Bi-color (use colors A - M)
A. Apricot B. Cream C. Gold D. Lavender E. Orange F. Pink G. Purple H. Red I. Rust J. White K. Wine L. Yellow M. Any other color 110. Liatris, 1 spike 111. Monarda, 3 stems 112. Penstemon, 1 stem 113. Perovskia, (Russian Sage) 1 stem 114. Phlox, 1 truss 12" to 15" stem 115. Platycodon, 1 stem 115a. Queen Anne’s Lace, 1 spray 116. Rudbeckia, 3 blooms 117. Salvia, 3 spikes 118. Sedum, suitable speciman 119. Statice German, 1 spray 120. Sweet Peas, 5 stems 121. Veronica, 1 spike a. over 18" b. under 18" 122. Other small perennial, 3 blooms or 3 stems 123. Other large perennial, 1 bloom or 1 stem Division D - Roses (Divided by color) 125. Hybrid teas, 1 bloom 126. Floribunda, 1 spray 127. Grandiflora, 1 bloom 128. Miniature, one bloom or spray 129. Shrub 130. Any other Division E - Hosta Leaves Please use cultivar name, if known and mature leaf. Section 1 Giant- Leaved (one leaf) 120 sq. inches Class 1 Green (all shades) Class 2 Blue (all shades) Class 3 Yellow (all shades) Class 4 White Margined a. White, Yellow, or Chartreuse Center b. Green to Blue Center Class 5 Yellow Margined a. W hite, Yellow, or Chartreuse Center b. Green to Blue Center Class 6 Green or Blue Margined a. White, Yellow, or Chartreuse Center b. Green to Blue Center (distinct from margin color) Class 7 Streaked or Mottled Class 8 Others Section II Large - Leaved (one leaf) 64-120 sq. inches Class 1 through 8; same as above Section III Medium - Leaved (one leaf)
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4-H & FFA Listing • Open Class 30-64 sq. inches Class 1 through 8; same as aboveSection IV Small - Leaved (one leaf) 6-30 sq. inches Class 1 through 8; same as above Section V Miniature - Leaved (one leaf) up to 6 sq. inches Class 1 through 8; same as above Division F - House Plants or Container Grown Flowers in Bloom Plants must have been in possession of exhibitor for at least 2 months and grown in the container. Class No. 178. African Violet, single crown, single flower 179. African Violet, single crown, double flower 181. Begonia, Fibrous 181 a. Begonia, Angel Wing 182. Begonia,Ornamental foliage 183. Begonia, Tuberous 184. Cactus 185. Fuschia 186. Geranium 187. Gloxinia 188. Impatiens, single 189. Impatiens, double 190. Succulent 191. Hanging Plant 192. Other FOLIAGE PLANTS - NO BLOOMS 193. Aloe Vera 194. Cactus 194a. Holiday Cactus 195. Caladium 196. Fern 197. Ivy 198. Philodendron 199. Pathos 200. Succulent 201. Not other specified MULTIPLE PLANTS 202. Terrarium or Bottle Garden 203. Dish Garden 204. Fairy Garden 205. Indoor Planter (at least 3 varieties) 205a. Outdoor Planter (at least 3 varieties) 205b. Hanging Planter (at least 3 varieties) Division G - Herbs All entries must have the correct name on the entry tag to qualify for award. No blooms. 206. Collection of 3 cut specimen of different variety, displayed in 3 separate containers. 206a. Collection of 3 herb plants of different variety. Displayed together in a container. 206b. Potted single herb Division H - Juniors up to 12 Class No. 207. Bachelor Buttons, same (3 blooms) 208. Bachelor Buttons, different (3 blooms) 209. Petunia (1 spray)
210. Nasturtiums (3 blooms) 211. Pansies (3 blooms) 212a. Marigold, over 3", 3 blooms 212b. Marigold, 1 1/2", to 3", 2 blooms 212c. M arigold, under 1 1/2", 3 blooms 214a. Zinnia, over 4", 1 bloom 214b. Zinnia, 2" to 4", 2 blooms 214c. Zinnia, under 2", 3 blooms 216a. A rtistic Arrangement, ages 5-8 216b. Artistic Arrangement, ages 9-12 217. Potted House Plant, foliage 218. P otted House Plant, flowering 219. Potted cactus or succulent 220. Shrub (1 bloom or spray) 221. Any perennial 221a. Any other annual 221b. Planter, 3 or more plants 221c. Miniature Garden Division J Ornamental Grasses Class No. 222. Large, 1 stalk, 5’ & up 223. Midsize, 3 stalks, 18" to 5’ 224. Compact, 3 stalks, up to 18" Division K - Vines & Branches of Trees/ Shrubs Class No. 226. Flowering Shrub, at least 18" 227. F ruiting (or berry), at least 18" 228. Foliage, (branch) at least 18" 229. Vines, at least 18" long Division I - Flower Design The Cleone Ness Memorial Award will be given for best Artistic Design. A $20 gift certificate from Grass Roots Plants of Ottertail will be presented. Design Division Rules: Artificial foliage, and flowers, fruits and vegetables are not permitted. Accessories may be used. Roadside material is permitted. Prize: 1st-$5, 2nd-$4, and 3rd $3. Theme: THIS AND THAT Class No. 230. N or A You Are My Sunshine (emphasis yellow) 231. N or A Round We Go (Choice) 232. N or A New Directions ( Creative Line) 233. N or A Fresh New Look (Green Emphasis) 234. N or A Old Man River(Water showing) 235. N or A Echo the Past(Dry design) 236. N or A New Beginning (Flower Bud emphasis) 237. N or A Aim High. (Vertical) 238. N or A Eat Your Vegetables(include Vegetables) MINIATURE DESIGNS (under 5” in all directions) 240. N or A From My Treasure Box (Dry Design)
241. N or A Teeny Weeny (Choice) 242. N or A Little Things Mean a Lot (Choice)*All Artistic Design Classes are divided into Novice and Advanced: N indicates novice classification for those who have earned fewer than 5 blue ribbons in Artistic Design. A indicates advanced classification for those who have earned 5 or more blue ribbons in Artistic Design.
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Monique Rossow ENTRY TIMES FOR REGISTRATION Entry Days are: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 Wednesday, July 21, 2021 from 3-8 PM with Exhibits released Sunday at 6 PM All Exhibits must be Entered before Thursday, July 22, 2021. All Exhibits will be Judged on Thursday, July 22, 2021. Exhibitors may pre-register by visiting our website www.eotcountyfair.org NO MORE THAN ONE ENTRY WILL BE PERMITTED IN ANY ONE LOT BY ONE EXHIBITOR. WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO MOVE A PREREGISTERED ITEM TO A DIFFERENT LOT. DIVISION A CROPS CLASS 1 Prize (1st $2.75, 2nd $2.25) Grain grown in 2020 Seeds in pint glass jars: Variety And Name CLASS 1 LOT NO. 1. Barley 2. Oats 3. Medium red clover 4. Sweet corn 5. Alsike clover 6. Brome 7. Rye 8. Wheat 9. Alfalfa 10. Buckwheat 11. Field corn 12. Flax 13. Soybeans 14. Sunflowers 15. Navy beans 16. Pinto beans 17. Kidney beans 18. Lupin beans 19. Triticale 20. Timothy 21. Millet 22. Stalks of field corn (3) 23. Stalks of sweet corn (3) NOTE: Sheaves should be 4-5" in diameter
24. Sheave of Barley 25. Sheave of Oats 26. Field Corn ears (3) 27. Sweet corn w/roots intact 28. Sheave of Rye 29. Sheave of HRS Wheat 30. Sheave of HRW Wheat 31. Sheave of Soybean 32. Flake of Grass 33. Flake of mixed 34. Flake of Alfalfa 35. Other DIVISION B FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Prize (1st $2.75, 2nd $2.25) CLASS 2 - Vegetables LOT NO. 1. Beets (3) 2. Broccoli (1) 3. Cabbage, early 4. Cabbage, late 5. Carrots (3) 6. Cauliflower (1) 7. Celery 8. Cucumbers, pickling (3) 9. Cucumbers, slicing (3) 10, Dill (1 head) 11. Egg plant 12. Gourds (collection of 4) 13. Kohlrabi (1) 14. Lettuce, leaf 15. Lettuce, head 16. Onions, red (3 outer skins on) 17. O nions, yellow (3 outer skins on) 18. Onions, white (3 outer skins on) 19. Banana Peppers (3) 20. Peas (6) 21. Snap peas (6) 22. Peppers, chili (3) 23. Peppers, green (1) 24. Peppers, red (1) 25. Potatoes, white (5) 26. Potatoes, red (5) 27. Potatoes, russet (5) 28. Pumpkin (pie) 29. Pumpkin (ornamental) 30. Squash (winter) 31. Summer squash 32. String beans (6) 33. Wax beans (6) 34. Spinach (1 bunch) 35. Sunflower, head 36. Rutabaga 37. Turnips 38. Zucchini 39. Display of 6 varieties 40. Shallots (3) 41. Radish 42. Red Cabbage 43. Jalepeno Peppers, green (3) 44. Swiss Chard 45. Kale 46. Purple Bean (6)
47. Pumpkin 48. Other CLASS 3 - Herbs LOT NO. 1 BUNCH OF EACH: 1. Mint 2. Parsley 3. Oregano 4. Chives 5. Thyme 6. Rosemary 7. Tarragon 8. Garlic 9. Cilantro 10. Basil 11. Lemon Balm 12. Sage 13. Bay Leaves 14. Anise 15. Hyssop 16. Marjoram 17. Borage 18. Stevia 19. Spearmint 20. Lavender 21. Other CLASS 4 - Fruits LOT NO. 1. Apples, red (3) 2. Apples, green (3) 3. Apples, crab (3) 4. Cherries (6) 5. Grapes (1 bunch) 6. G round cherries (5 - husks on) 7. Muskmelon 8. Red Plums 9. Black Plums 10. Raspberries (5 - stemless) 11. Strawberries (5) 12. Tomatoes, cherry (5) 13. Tomatoes, red (1) 14. Tomatoes, yellow (1) 15. Watermelon 16. Rhubarb (3) 17. Blueberries (5) 18. Roma 19. Black Raspberries (5) 20. NanKing Cherries 21. Other CLASS 5 Dried Fruits/Jerky/Nuts/Herbs/Flowers, Dehydrated LOT NO. 1. Apples 2. Grapes 3. Tomatoes 4. Fruit leather 5. Jerky 6. Apricot 7. Nuts 8. Herbs 9. Bananas 10. Other
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10. Pie Filling 11. Other CLASS 10 - Jams, marmalades, preserves and butter Don’t use wax. Jars may be opened by judge. 1/2 pint or pint jars LOT NO. 1. Apple butter 2. Apricot jam 3. Grape marmalade 4. Ground cherry preserves 5. Orange marmalade 6. Peach jam or marmalade 7. Plum butter 8. Raspberry jam 9. Red tomato preserves 10. Strawberry jam 11. Blackberry jam 12. Rhubarb with other fruit jam 13. Blueberry jam 14. Rhubarb 15. Cherry 16. Strawberry Rhubarb 17. Pepper 18. Other CLASS 11 - Jellies Must be sealed, but do not use wax. Jars may be opened by judge. LOT NO. 1. Apple 2. Black cherry 3. Choke cherry 4. Current 5. Crab apple 6. Gooseberry 7. June berry 8. Plum 9. Raspberry 10. Strawberry 11. Pepper jelly 12. Beet juice 13. Grape 14. Cranberry 15. NanKing Cherry Berry 16. Rhubarb 17. Cherry 18. Apricot 19. Other CLASS 12 - Sour Pickles May be in quart or pint jars. LOT NO. 1. Cucumber, Dill Slice 2. Cucumber, Dill Speared 3. Cucumber, whole 4. Cucumber, mustard 5. String bean 6. C ucumber, Garlic Dill, speared 7. Cucumber, Garlic Dill, sliced 8. Other CLASS 13 - Sweet Pickles LOT NO. 1. Beet 2. Bread and butter 3. Cucumber, whole
4. Cucumber, Sliced 5. Green tomato 6. W atermelon or cantaloupe (rind) 7. Other CLASS 14 - Relishes LOT NO. 1. Beet 2. Corn relish 3. Pickle 4. Tomato 5. Tomato catsup 6. Other CLASS 14.5 - Syrup LOT NO. 1 Light 2. Medium 3. Dark CLASS 15 Yeast Bread & Rolls Cakes and breads are judged by the quality of the product not the fruits, nuts or frosting. Should be unfrosted. LOT NO. 1. White, 1/4 loaf only 2. Graham, 1/4 loaf only 3. Rye, 1/4 loaf only 4. Whole wheat, 1/4 loaf only 5. Coffee cake, 4" square 6. Dinner rolls (3) 7. C innamon rolls (2 unfrosted) 8. Caramel rolls (2) 9. Buns, unattached (3) 10. Fruit Bread 11. Raisin 12. Frosted Cinnamon Roll (3) 13. Other CLASS 16 - Machine Baked Bread LOT NO. 1. White, 1/4 loaf only 2. Graham, 1/4 loaf only 3. Rye, 1/4 loaf only 4. Whole wheat, 1/4 loaf only 5. Coffee cake, 4" square 6. Dinner rolls (3) 7. C innamon rolls (3 unfrosted) 8. Caramel rolls (3) 9. Buns, unattached (3) 10. Cinnamon Rolls (3 frosted) 11. Other CLASS 17 Quick Breads LOT NO. 1. Baking powder biscuits (3) 2. Banana bread, 1/2 mini loaf 3. Mixed Fruit bread, 1/2 mini loaf 4. Doughnuts, raised (3) 5. Doughnuts, cake (3) 6. Muffins (3) 7. Pumpkin, 1/2 mini loaf 8. Rhubarb, 1/2 mini loaf 9. Zucchini, 1/2 mini loaf 10. Lefse 11. Waffle
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12. Other CLASS 18 - Scratch Cake 1/2 cake - Should be unfrosted LOT NO. 1. Angel food 2. B asic-chocolate, white, yellow, marble 3. Cupcakes (3) 4. Chiffon 5. S pecialty-applesauce, spice, carrot, date, pecan, coffee 6. Jelly roll 7. Sponge 8. Pound 9. Bundt 10. Other CLASS 19 - Cake Mix 1/2 cake - Should be unfrosted LOT NO. 1. Angel food 2. B asic-chocolate, white, yellow, marble 3. Cupcakes (3) 4. Chiffon-Choc. yellow 5. S pecialty-applesauce, spice, carrot, date, pecan, coffee 6. Jelly roll 7. Bundt 8. Other CLASS 20 - Cookies 3 of each - Should be unfrosted LOT NO. 1. Fruit filled 2. Chocolate 3. Sugar 3.5. Spritz 4. Oatmeal 5. Peanut butter 6. Chocolate chip 7. Molasses/Ginger snap 8. Pumpkin 9. Other CLASS 21 - Bars 3 of each - Should be unfrosted. LOT NO. 1. Brownies 2. Oatmeal 3. Turnovers 4. Lemon Bars 5. Fig Bars 6. Pumpkin 7. Zucchini 8. Other CLASS 22 - Pies May be small or single piece, no cream pies LOT NO. 1. Apple 2. Berry 3. Mincemeat 4. Pecan 5. Peach 6. Raisin 7. Rhubarb 8. Pumpkin 9. Other CLASS 23 - Candy
LOT NO. 1. Divinity (6 pieces) 2. Fudge (6 pieces) 3. Caramels (6 pieces) 4. Peanut brittle (6 pieces) 5. Almond Bark 6. Other DIVISION E CLASS 24 - Bedroom Linens LOT NO. 1. Dresser scarves 2. Pillow cases, embroidery 3. Pillow cases, crochet edge 4. Pillow cases, tatted edge 5. Pillow cases, appliqued 6. P illow cases, machine decorated 7. Pillow cases, painted 8. P illow cases, machine sewed, pieced 9. Other CLASS 25 - Towels, dish rag, pillows, potholders, chair cushion, picture, placemats and rugs LOT NO. 1. Cross stitch 2. Embroidered 3. Monogrammed 4. Appliqued 5. Hooked 6. Needlepoint 7. Crocheted 8. Candle wicking 9. Woven 10. Pieced 11. Quilted 12. Braided 13. Crosstich and Embroidery 14. Knitted 15. Plush Pillow 16. Other CLASS 26 - Doilies & Centerpieces LOT NO. 1. A ll crocheted doily 14" or over 2. A ll crocheted doily under 14" 3. All embroidery 4. Cross stitch 5. Tatted trim 6. Crocheted trim 7. Machine pieced 8. Other CLASS 27 - Quilts LOT NO. 1. H and pieced and handquilted 2. Hand pieced and appliqued 3. M achine pieced, hand quilted 4. Machine pieced and tied 5. Special techniques 6. Group quilted 7. Miniature (Less than 24”) 8. Crib 9. Machine pieced, appliqued 10. Hand pieced and tied 11. Machine pieced, quilted, & embroidered 12. Hand pieced, machine quilted 13. Machine pieced, machine quilted 14. Ragtime
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4-H & FFA Listing • Open Class 15. Pre-Printed Panel 16. Machine pieced, hand quilted, hand embroidered 17. Other CLASS 28 - Wall Quilts -50" and under 1. Hand quilted 2. Hand tied 3. Machine quilted 4. Table runner 5. Machine pieced 6. Panel Kit/pieced 7. Other CLASS 29 - Knitting LOT NO. 1. Women’s sweater 2. Men’s sweater 3. Child’s sweater 4. Baby sweater 5. Scarf 6. Caps 7. Mittens and gloves 8. Slippers 9. Socks 10. Capes and shawls 11. Booties 12. Vest 13. Cellphone cover 14. Hand knit dress 15. Knitted afghan 15.5. Head band 16. Hanging Hand Towel 17. Pin Cushion 18. Wall Hanging 19. Other CLASS 30 - Crocheting LOT NO. 1. Women’s sweater 2. Men’s sweater 3. Child’s sweater 4. Baby sweater 5. Scarf 6. Cap 7. Mittens and gloves 8. Slippers 9. Socks 10. Caps and shawls 11. Booties 12. Vest 13. Infant crocheted dress 14. Afghan 15. Dish rag 15.5. Scrubbers 15.6. Coasters 15.7. Animal toy 16. Hanging Hand Towel 17. Head Band 18. Pin Cushion 19. Wall Hanging 20. Baby Blanket 21. Napkin Ring 22. Other CLASS 31 - Hardanger LOT NO. 1. Tablecloth 2. Luncheon cloth 3. Placemats 4. 7” Doily 5. 9” Doily 6. 12” Doily 7. 16-20” Doily 8. Wall hanging, soft 9. Table runner 10. Banner 11. Apron 12. Curtain 13. Sample 14. Other DIVISION F CLOTHING ADULT DIVISION Please note there are limited classes under adult and children CLASS 32 - Polar Fleece LOT NO. 1. Jacket 2. Shirt 3. Scarf 4. Mittens
5. Slippers 6. Sleepers 7. Afghan 8. Hat 9. Blanket, tied 10. Pillow 11. Other CLASS 33 Recycled Clothing LOT NO. 1. Jacket 2. Shirt 3. Scarf 4. Mittens 5. Slippers 6. Sleepers 7. Afghan 8. Quilt 9. Pillow 10. Pants 11. Handbag 12. Rugs 13. Sweater 14. Other CLASS 34 Ladies Garments Bring hangers. No prizes given for soiled articles. LOT NO. 1. Apron 2. Culottes 3. Dress, knit 4. Dress, woven 5. Jacket, dress 6. Wool dress 7. Top, knit 8. Top, woven 9. Blouse, knit 10. Blouse, woven 11. Slacks, knit 12. Slacks, woven 13. Skirt, knit 14. Skirt, woven 15. Formal dress, woven 16. Vest, plain 17. Vest, quilted 18. Vest, patchwork 19. Jumpsuit 20. Housecoat 21. Pajamas 22. Nightgown 23. Sweatshirt 24. Decorated sweatshirt 25. Jumper 26. Jogging suits 27. Shorts 28. Jumpsuit, knit 29. Fashion accessories 30. Other CLASS 35 - Girl’s Garments Bring hangers. No prizes given for soiled articles. LOT NO. 1. Dress, knit 2. Dress woven 3. Jacket, dress 4. Dress, floral 5. Top, knit 6. Top, woven 7. Blouse, knit 8. Blouse, woven 9. Slacks, knit 10. Slacks, woven 11. Skirt, knit 12. Skirt, woven 13. Vest, plain 14. Vest, quilted 15. Shorts 16. Jumper 17. Housecoat 18. Pajamas 19. Nightgown 20. Sweatshirt 21. Jacket 22. Jogging suit 23. Child’s slack suit 24. Other CLASS 36 -
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Men’s Garments Bring hangers. No prizes given for soiled articles. LOT NO. 1. Shirt, knit 2. Shirt, woven 3. Flannel Pants 4. Vest 5. Apron 6. Other CLASS 37 Boy’s Garments Bring hangers. No prizes given for soiled articles LOT NO. 1. Shirt, knit 2. Shirt, woven 3. Shirt, T 4. Vest 5. Sweatshirt 6. Shorts 7. Knit PJ’s 8. Undergarments 9. Flannel Pants 10. Other CLASS 38 Baby Garments LOT NO. 1. Dress 2. T-shirt 3. Pants 4. Shorts 5. Sleeper 6. Bunting blanket 7. Diaper bag 8. Jumper 9. Bonnet 10. Shirt 11. Hat 12. Baptismal Gown 13. Bib 14. Mittens 15. Tag Blankie 16. Baby Quilt 17. Baby Blanket 18. Other CLASS 38D LOT NO. 1. Doll Clothes 2. B arbie Doll Clothes & Accessories 3. Barrettes 4. Other DIVISION G CLASS 39 Senior Citizens (65 years and over) Prize (1st $2.75, 2nd $2.25) LOT NO. 1. Afghan, knitted 2. Afghan, crocheted 3. Bedspread, knitted 4. Bedspread, crocheted 5. Rug, braided 6. Rug, hooked 7. Rug, crocheted 8. Rug, woven 9. Mittens, gloves, knitted 10. Sweater, knitted 11. Sweater, crocheted 12. Cape or shawl, knitted 13. Cape or shawl, crocheted 14. Bedroom slippers 15. Crocheted bedroom slippers 16. Lap Robe, crocheted 17. Lap Robe, fabric & crocheted 18. Embroidered pillow 19. Embroidered picture 20. Knit pillow 21. Crocheted pillow 22. Quilt, tied 23. Quilt, crazy pieced, tied 24. Quilt, pieced in pattern, tied 25. Quilt, pieced in pattern, quilted 26. Quilt, other 27. Pillow cases, embroidered 28. Pillow cases, tatted trim 29. Pillow cases, crocheted trim
30. Pillow cases, applique 31. Crocheted doily over 14" 32. Crocheted doily under 14" 33. Dish towel, embroidered 34. Potpourri wall hanging 35. Tatting 36. Appliqued quilt 37. Crosstich 38. Dishtowl Cross stitch 39. Knit Dishrag 40. Polar fleece Blanket, tied 41. Lapidary Bolor Tie 42. Lapidary Jewelry 43. Lapidary Rocks & Minerals 44. Pre-Printed Panel 45. Machine Pieced & Quilted 56. Other CLASS 40 - Pottery Senior Division LOT NO. 1. Wheel pot 2. Wheel structure 3. Hand built pinch 4. Hand built coil 5. Hand built slab 6. Hand built structure 7. Other DIVISION H ARTS & PICTURES Prize (1st $2.75, 2nd $2.25) A. Work on paper must be fastened to stiff cardboard with 2" border so it can be leaned. B. All work entered must be completed within the last year C. Size not to exceed 22"x26" before hanging. Frame not to exceed 5" width. D. A protective covering of clear plastic wrap is recommended if not framed under glass E. Tempera and poster paints will be entered as water color F. Landscapes include seascapes and cityscapes G. Entries limited to one per lot H. Paint by number articles are not accepted I. “Original” mean not copied J. There are no classes for copied work K. Please notice there are separate classes under adult and children CLASS 41 Paint and Oil/ Acrylic - Original Adults 17 and older LOT NO. 1. Landscape 2. Still life 3. Portrait 4. Animal subject 5. Abstract 6. Wall hanging 7. Flowers 8. Other CLASS 42 Watercolor - Original Adults 17 and older LOT NO. 1. Landscape 2. Still life 3. Portrait 4. Animal subject 5. Abstract 6. Wall hanging 7. Other CLASS 43 - Other Media Original Adults 17 and over LOT NO. 1. Charcoal 2. Crayon 3. Collage, paper 4. Pastel 5. Pen and ink 6. Pencil 7. Colored pencil 8. Print, etching 9. Print, linoleum cut 10. Print, wood cut 11. Print, any other
12. Dry brushing, fabric paints and crayons 13. Acrylic 14. Other CLASS 44 - Copy of Painting or Drawing Adults 17 and over LOT NO. 1. Oil or acrylic 2. Charcoal 3. Crayon 4. Paste 5. Pen & ink 6. Pencil, one color 7. Pencil, colored 8. Ball point painting 9. Other media 10. Other CLASS 45 - Copy of Painting or Drawing Adults 17 and over LOT NO. 1. For wall 2. For table top 3. Stand for floor 4. Other CLASS 46 - Rosemaling Adult 17 and over LOT NO. 1. For wall 2. For table top 3. Stand for floor 4. Other CLASS 47 - Ceramics Adults 17 and over LOT NO. 1. Opaque glaze 2. Translucent glaze 3. Original glaze 4. Opaque stain 5. Translucent stain 6. Original stain 7. Other CLASS 48 - Glass LOT NO. 1. Decals 2. Sagged 3. Mold formed 4. Other CLASS 49 - Macramé LOT NO. 1. Wall hanging 2. Flower pouch 3. Towel hanger 4. Bag 5. Jewelry 6. Belt 7. Pot hanger 8. Other CLASS 50 - Leathercraft LOT NO. 1. Bag 2. Belt 3. Billfold 4. Other CLASS 51 - Metalcraft LOT NO. 1. Metal article 2. Copper article 3. Hammered article 4. Hand forged article 5. Other CLASS 52 Paper Mache LOT NO. 1. Any article CLASS 52.5 String Art LOT NO. 1. Wood back 2. Metal back 3. Other CLASS 53 - Photography Black and White Not to exceed 8" x 10" LOT NO. 1. Landscape 2. People 3. Animals and birds 4. Buildings
4-H & FFA Listing • Open Class 5. Objects (still life, etc.) 6. Flowers 7. Sports 8. Use of light 9. S equence of 2 pictures same object 10. 5 pictures of same object 11. Other CLASS 53D - Digital Photography Black and White Not to exceed 8" x 10" LOT NO. 1. Landscape 2. People 3. Animals and birds 4. Buildings 5. Objects (still life, etc.) 6. Flowers 7. Sports 8. Use of light 9. S equence of 2 pictures same object 10. 5 pictures of same object 11. Enhanced 12. Other CLASS 54 - Photography Color Prints LOT NO. 1. Landscape 2. People 3. Animals and birds 4. Buildings 5. Objects (still live, etc.) 6. Flowers 7. Use of light 8. Sequence of 2 pictures 9. 5 pictures of same object10. Any subject over 8" x 10" 11. Vacation series 12. Canvas photography 13. Other CLASS 54D - Digital Photography Color Prints LOT NO. 1. Landscape 2. People 3. Animals and birds 4. Buildings 5. Objects (still live, etc.) 6. Flowers 7. Use of light 8. Sequence of 2 pictures 9. 5 pictures of same object 10. Any subject over 8"x10" 11. Vacation series 12. Enhanced 13. Other CLASS 55 - Dolls LOT NO. 1. Dressed dolls 2. Stuffed dolls 3. Crocheted dolls 4. Decorative dolls 5. Porcelain dolls 6. Dolls, other CLASS 56 - Woodcraft LOT NO. 1. Bird house 2. Bird feeder 3. Furniture 4. Shadow box 5. Frames 6. Lamp 7. Doll house 8. Carving 9. Accessory 10. Carving in the round 11. Relief carving 12. Chip carving 13. Scroll Saw 14. Decoys 15. Bandsaw 16. Animals 17. Wall Hanging 18. Growth Board 19. Other CLASS 57 Counted Cross Stitch LOT NO. 1. Jar lids 2. Tablecloths 3. Framed picture over 6" 4. Framed picture under 6" 5. Finished, other than framed 6. Table Runner 7. Other
CLASS 58 - Embroidery LOT NO. 1. Picture 2. Wall hanging 3. Hoop 4. Holiday 5. Other CLASS 59 - Holiday Items LOT NO. 1. Tablecloth 2. Latch hook 3. Wall hanging 4. Ornaments, flat 5. Ornaments, other 6. Ornament, fabric 7. Ornament, needlework 8. Crewel work 9. Tree skirt 10. Stockings 11. Counted cross stitch 12. Embroidery 13. Wood 14. Quilted Table Runner 15. Potholder 16. Quilt 17. Crocheted 18. Easter 19. Fourth of July 20. Pillow 21. Other CLASS 60 - Stenciling LOT NO. 1. Fabric 2. Clothing 3. Wood 4. Paper 5. Plastic Canvas Item 6. Other CLASS 61 - Miscellaneous Open to everyone LOT NO. 1. B ag or purse (other than macramé) 1.5. Tote bag 2. Mobile, soft 3. Soft sculpture 4. W all hanging, framed (or hard backed) 5. Wood burning 6. Handkerchiefs 7. Decoupage 8. Seed, glass, or wood mosaic 9. Stuffed toys, other 10. Pincushion 11. Loom weaving 12. Dough art 13. Glass, stained or leaded 14. C ollection of rocks, insects wildflowers, coins, etc. 15. Ukrainian eggs 16. Latch hook wall hanging 17. Apple baskets 18. Flower baskets (with handle) 19. Silk flower arrangement 20. Hack toweling 21. F olded star quilting articles 22. C andlewicking, other than pillow 23. Soap carving 24. Liquid stain glass 25. Plastic canvas item 26. Wheat weaving 27. C hild’s toy other than stuffed toy or doll 28. Model car or airplane 29. Decorative wreath 30. Batik 31. Paper folding 32. Baseball cards 33. Baskets 34. Household accessories 35. Wreaths 36. Jewelry 37. Tole painting 38. Recycling items & art work 39. Candles 40. Paper Mache 41. Gel Candle 42. Beading 43. Barbie Clothes 44. Adult Scrapbook 45. Tye Dye 46. Nature Art 47. Rosary 48. Melty Beads 49. Magnets 50. Pottery – Hand built
51. Pottery – Wheel 52. 3-D Printing 53. Computer Printing 54. Diamond Pot 55. Other DIVISION I JUNIOR DIVISION Prizes(1st $2.75, 2nd $2.25) CLASS 62 - Food Division Children 16 and Under LOT NO. 1. Cinnamon rolls (3 unfrosted) 1.3. Cinnamon Bites (3 frosted) 1.6 Cinnamon rolls (3 frosted) 2. Muffins, plain (3) 2.5. Banana bread muffins 3. Muffins, bran (3) 3.5. Muffins, raisin (3) 4. Muffins, fruit (3) 4.5. Muffins, chocolate chip (3) 5. Yellow cake (1/4) 6. White cake (1/4) 7. Chocolate cake (1/4) 7.5. Caka pops–scratch 7.6. Cake pops–cake mix 8. Cupcakes (3) 9. Brownies (3) 10. Oatmeal cookies (3) 11. Chocolate drop cookies (3) 12. Chocolate chip cookies (3) 13. White sugar cookies (3) 14. Peanut butter cookies (3) 15. Molasses cookies (3) 16. Fudge (6 pieces) 17. White bread (1/2 loaf) 18. Yeast banana bread (1/2 loaf) 18.5. Banana bread 19. Date cake (1/4 cake) 19.5. Zucchini bread 20. Ginger snap cookies (3) 21. Dark yeast bread (1/2 loaf) 22. Yeast rolls (3) 22.5. Biscuits 23. Jelly 24. Potatoes 25. Onions (3 outer skins on) 26. Zucchini 27. Squash, yellow 28. Carrots (3) 29. Peas 30. Beans 31. Raspberries 32. Celery 33. Kohlrabi (1) 34. Lettuce 35. Jam 36. Rhubarb 37. Parsley 38. Watermelon 39. Strawberry 40. Fruit Juice 41. Vegetable Juice 42. Mixed Fruit 43. Syrup 44. Applet 45. Cherries 46. Beets (3) 47. Broccoli (1) 48. Cabbage 49. Cauliflower 50. Cucumbers, Pickling 51. Cucumbers 52. Dill 53. Peppers 54. Pumpkin 55. Display of 6 varieties 56. Tomatoes 57. Tomatoes, cherry 58. Jalapeno 59. Beets 60. Canned 61. Sage 62. Kale 63. Cowboy Cookies (3) 64. Radishes (4) 65 . Other CLASS 63 Clothing Division 16 years of age and younger LOT NO. 1. Sweatshirt 2. Pajamas 3. Dress 4. Skirt
5. Blouse 6. Jumper 7. Jumpsuit 8. Slacks 9. Shorts 10. Knitted sweater 11. Knitted article (other than sweater 12. Potholder 13. Placemat 14. Stuffed Doll 15. Pillow 16. Apron 17. Quilt 18. Crochet 19. Purse 20. Hat 21. Barbie Clothes & Accessoires 22. Polar Fleece Clothing 23. P olar Fleece other than clothing 24. Pillow Case 25. Embroidered Dish Towel 26. Pre-Printed Panel 27. Doll Clothes 28. America Doll Clothes 29. Bag 30. Table Runner 31. Baby Quilt 32. Other CLASS 64 - Painting Oil/Acrylic Original 16 years of age and younger LOT NO. 1. Landscape 2. Still life 3. Portrait 4. Animal subject 5. Abstract 6. Other CLASS 65 Water Color Original 16 years of age and younger LOT NO. 1. Landscape 2. Still life 3. Portrait 4. Animal subject 5. Abstract 6. Other CLASS 66 - Other Media 16 years of age and younger LOT NO. 1. Charcoal 2. Crayon 3. Collage, paper 4. Pastel 5. Pen and ink 6. Pencil 7. Colored pencil 8. Print, etched 9. Print, wood cut 10. Print, any other 11. Handmade book 12. Markers 13. Finger paint 14. Latex Wall Paint 15. Other CLASS 67 - Copy of Painting or Drawing 16 years of age or younger LOT NO. 1. Oil or acrylic 2. Charcoal 3. Crayon 4. Pastel 5. Pen and ink 6. Pencil, one color 7. Pencils, colored 8. Ball point painting 9. Felt tip marker 10. Latex Wall Paint 11. Other media CLASS 67.5 - Colorbook Page 16 years of age or younger LOT NO. 1. Oil or acrylic 2. Charcoal 3. Crayon 4. Pastel 5. Pen and ink 6. Pencil, one color 7. Pencils, colored 8. Ball point painting 9. Felt tip marker 10. Water Color 11. Other media
CLASS 68 - Woodcraft 16 years of age or younger LOT NO. 1. Bird house 2. Bird feeder 3. Furniture 4. Shadow box 5. Frames 6. Lamp 7. Doll house 8. Carvings 9. Accessory 10. Decoys 11. Scroll saw 12. Band Saw 13. Wood Burning 14. Toy 15. Re furbished 16. Other CLASS 69 - Pottery 16 years of age or younger LOT NO. 1. Wheel pot 2. Wheel structure 3. Hand built pot 4. Hand built structure 5. Other CLASS 70 - Miscellaneous 16 years of age or younger LOT NO. 1. Wall hanging 2. String 3. Cross stitching 4. Tole painting 5. Metal craft 6. Paper mosaic 7. Recycle 8. Glitter Glues 9. Memory Book 10. Creative Arts 11. Series of Photos 12. Plaster of paris 13. Gifts 14. Lego’s 15. Duct Tape 16. Cement 17. Tye Dye 18. Beading 19. Jewelry 20. Poster 21. Slime 22. Knot Tying 23. Loom Weaving 24. Melty Beads 25. Other CLASS 71 - Photography 16 years of age or younger LOT NO. 1. Ages 1-12 2. Ages 12-16 CLASS 71D Digital Photography 16 years of age or younger LOT NO. 1. Ages 1-11 2. Ages 12-16 CLASS 71DE Digital Photography Enhanced 16 years of age or younger LOT NO. 1. Ages 1-11 2. Ages 12-16 CLASS 72 - Rugs LOT NO. 1. Adult 2. Junior DIVISION J Wine The competition is open to all amateur (non-commercial) wine makers. Winemaker must be 21 years or older. Only one entry per household per lot is permitted. Bottles should be standard 4/5 qt. of 750 ml. wine bottles with cork, screw cap or crown cap closures. No decanters are allowed. The Fair staff and/or judges reserve the right to combine lots and to move any bottle which is entered in the wrong lot. If that lot has already been judged, the bottle will not be in contention. THE LABEL SHOULD INCLUDE: A. Lot name and number B. Type of fruit used (be specific)
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4-H & FFA Listing • Open Class NON-KITS 1. White Grape 2. Red Grape - dry 3. Red Grape - sweet 4. Rose Grape 5. Any Fruit or Berry 6. Rhubarb 7. Specialty (herb, vegetable) 8. Sparkling 9. Choke Cherry 10. Red Raspberry 11. Plum Wine 12. Peach Wine 13. Dandelion 14. Rhubarb Mix 15. Apple Kits 16. Other Wine 17. Mead 18. Pear 19. Apricot 20. Any other, etc. Reds open one hour prior. Whites chill. KITS 1. White Grape 2. Red Grape - dry 3. Red Grape - sweet 4. Rose Grape 5. Any Fruit or Berry 6. Rhubarb 7. Specialty (herb, vegetable) 8. Sparkling 9. Choke Cherry 10. Red Raspberry 11. Plum Wine 12. Peach Wine 13. Dandelion14. Rhubarb Mix 15. Apple Kits 16. Other Wine 17. Mead 18. Pear
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19. Apricot 20. Any other, etc. Reds open one hour prior. Whites chill.
May happiness and beauty adorn each day of this festive season. We hope your holiday and the coming year are strewn with good fortune, health, joy and prosperity.
DIVISION K Beer The competition is open to all amateur (non-commercial) beermakers. Beermakers must be 21 or older. Only one entry per household per lot is permitted. Bottles should be standard 12 or 16 oz. brown or green glass beer bottles with cap is preferred, corked is acceptable. No decanters allowed. Please submit two bottles per entry. The Fair staff and/or judges reserve the right to create or eliminate lots depending on the number of entries. The Fair staff and/or judges reserve the right to move an entry which is entered in the wrong lot to the correct lot. If that lot has been judged, then the bottle will be out of contention. THE LABEL SHOULD INCLUDE: A. Lot name and number B. Listing of what kind of fruit, spice or vegetable LOTS 1. Light ALE 2. Strong ALE 3. Light Lager 4. Strong Lager 5. Mixed Styles, specify
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DIVISION L Pinterest/DIY The competition is open to all amateur Do-It-Yourself’ers. Must Provide Picture and Instructions from Pinterest Idea, or other website/book. Lots will be judged on how successful/non-successful you were at capturing the original idea. LOTS 1. Pinterest/DIY Successes! 2. Pinterest/DIY Fails!
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