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Brown County 4-H Fair Preview

July 26-31, 2010 Summer's Hottest Ticket Brown County Democrat

Brown County Fair Preview 2010 


COME ONE, COME ALL to the Brown County 4-H Fair GRANDSTAND EVENTS: Monday, July 26 • 7 pm LUCAS OIL PRO PULLERS Tuesday, July 27 • 7 pm DEMO DERBY, $2,000 PURSE Wednesday, July 28 • 7 pm FLAT DRAG • GURANTEED $1,000 PURSE Thursday, July 29 • 7 pm MOTOR X-AMX & 4 WHEEL ATV JUMPS RACE Friday, July 30 • 7 pm ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL COUNTY STOCK TRUCK CLASSES Saturday, July 31 • 7 pm MUD RACE • $2,000 PURSE

Grandstand Event Admission Prices

General Admission: Adults $10 Children under 12 $5 • Children under 3 FREE Pit Admission $15 Must be 14 & older – no one under 14 allowed in the pits  Brown County Fair Preview 2010


Brown County Fair Queen

The contest is open to girls ages 16-20. The queen will be crowned at the fair Saturday, July 24 at 6 p.m. in the pavilion on the fairgrounds. • For more information about the competition, contact Debbie Larsh at or (812) 720-1151 or deborahlarsh@netzero.net. • Forms can be picked up and dropped off at the Extension Office located on the fairgrounds. • Each contestant must be at least 16 years and cannot have had her 21st birthday as of Aug. 21, the first day of the Indiana State Fair Queen Pageant. • Contestants must be residents of Brown County. • Each contestant must be an active member of at least one organization in her community, such as church group, 4-H, Scouts, etc. • It is the responsibility of each contestant to obtain her own sponsor. Sponsor fees are $50 and will be used to defray the expenses of the pageant. Deadline to be registered is July 16. • The 2010 Brown County Fair Queen, first- and second- runners-up and other contestants are expected to be present and assist througout the fair. • No professional model is eligible. A professional model is one who earns her livelihood by modeling. A contestant who has had training or schooling in the modeling field, has been paid on occasion for modeling, or works for a fashion board is not considered a professional model. • Any contestant who has competed in a state fair queen pageant cannot compete again. • The winner of the 2010 Brown County Fair Queen Pageant will represent Brown County in the state fair queen pageant if she meets the state fair queen pageant eligibility requirements. (Contestants for the state fair queen contest must be unmarried and must never have been married, they may not have children or knowingly be pregnant at the time of the state fair pageant). If the winner does not meet eligibility requirements then the first runner-up will represent Brown County at the state fair pageant. If the first runner-up does not meet state fair pageant eligibility requirements, then the second runner-up will represent Brown County at the state fair pageant. If the second runner-up does not meet state fair pageant eligibility requirements, then Brown County will not have a representative at the state fair pageant. • Under no circumstances will it be allowed for the contestant to consume or be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs at any queen activity or during the fair. In addition, the use of tobacco products, regardless of age, is not permitted at any queen activity or during the fair. • Contestants will conduct themselves in a courteous, respectful manner, exhibit good sportsmanship and demonstrate reasonable conflict management skills. • If any of the rules and responsibilities listed above are not followed by the contestant, the fair queen chairperson and the fair board executive committee have the right to disqualify the contestant from the pageant. • Contestants will be judged on the basis of poise, personality and the ability to converse. The judging is divided into three divisions: Interview: Attire is a dress or suit. Each contestant will have three minutes alone before the judges. She will answer impromptu questions asked by the judges. Evening gown: Attire is a long evening gown. At least one portion of the evening gown’s hemline needs to be floor length. A gown with the skirt split above the knee, a low-cut bodice and/or cut design is inappropriate for the pageant and may be discounted by the judges. Professional wear: Attire is a suit or dress. Pant suits or pant separates will not be allowed. The suit does not have to be the same fabric; separates are allowed. • Points and score sheets are for the judges’ assessment only. Final selection is the judges’ decision.

Junior King and Queen, Prince and Princess contest Age categories: Age determined by age of child as of Jan. 1, 2010: 3-6 years, 7-14 years Eligibility: Child must be a Brown County resident. Date of contest: Tuesday, July 27, 6:30 p.m. Location: Outdoor pavilion at the Brown County Fairgrounds What to wear: Girls should wear a nice dress and boys should wear dress pants and a shirt. No formal wear will be allowed. Theme: “Going Green” To register: Fee is $10. Registration form with fee must be received by Saturday, July 24. Mail to: Mimi Huntley 3714 Greasy Creek Road Nashville, IN 47448 Questions: babycatcher2b@gmail.com or (812) 345-5464

Baby contest Age categories: 3-6 months, 7-9 months, 10-12 months, 13-15 months, 16-18 months, 19-23 months, 24-36 months. Baby’s age is the age the baby is on Aug. 1, 2010. Date of contest: Thursday July 29, 5 p.m. Arrive 15 minutes early. Location: Outdoor pavilion at the Brown County Fairgrounds Judging criteria: Babies are judged on contentment, personality and interaction with the judges. What to wear: Babies should be dressed in short and shirt sets or sundress. NO PAGEANT WEAR. Theme: “Going Green.” Extra points will be given to babies’ outfits that are made out of recycled materials. One parent or guardian can walk with the child onto the stage. Judging criteria for this category are appearance, creativity, originality and personality. Registration deadline: Saturday, July 24. NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. To register: Entry fee is $10. Entry fee must be mailed with entry form; child is not registered without entry fee. Mail both to: Mimi Huntley 3714 Greasy Creek Road Nashville, IN 47448 Questions: babycatcher2b@gmail.com or (812) 345-5464 Brown County Fair Preview 2010 


2010 fair schedule

Monday, July 26 through Saturday, July 31 ABBREVIATION KEY: P - Pavilion M - Midway G - Grandstand PA - Picnic Area SA - Show Arena FG - Fairgrounds PB - Poultry Barn AB - Animal Barns EB - Exhibit Building C - Community Room H&PA - Horse and Pony Arena

GRANDSTAND EVENT ADMISSION PRICES

• Adults, $10 • Children younger than 12, $5 • Children 3 and younger, free • Pit admission $15 (no one younger than 14 allowed in pits)

Sunday, July 11

4 p.m. 4-H Cat Show, EB

Friday, July 16

6 p.m. 4-H Horse and Pony Show, H&PA

Saturday, July 17 and Sunday July 18

9 a.m. 4-H Horse and Pony Show, H&PA

Wednesday, July 21

4-7 p.m. Entry of all 4-H, Mini and Clover Bud projects, and 4-H animal posters, EB (except livestock, gardening, herbs, flowers, foods, cake decorating, microwave cooking) 5-7 p.m. Open judging for 4-H/Mini arts and crafts, EB

Thursday, July 22

4 p.m. Open judging of 4-H sewing exhibits 6 p.m. Pre-judging of 4-H and open class fashion show, P

Saturday, July 24

9 a.m. 4-H Dog Show in obedience, P, showmanship and agility 10 a.m.-noon Entry of open class exhibits, EB (except floriculture, gardening, food preparation and food  Brown County Fair Preview 2010


preservation) 6 p.m. Queen contest, P 9 p.m. Barn dance and battle of the bands, P

6-10 p.m. Funtime Carnival, M 7 p.m. 4-H Dairy/Dairy Beef Show SA 6:30 p.m. Jr. King and Queen, Prince and Princess Contest, P 6-10 p.m. 4-H Exhibit Building open Sunday, July 25 6-10 p.m. Commercial Tent open Noon- 4 p.m. Entry of 4-H livestock, AB (beef, dairy, 6 p.m. Pie contest entries, C dairy and Boer goats, rabbits, sheep, swine and poultry) 7 p.m. 4-H grand champion pictures, EB 6 p.m. Vesper service by Country Music Gospel 7 p.m. Demo Derby, $2,000 purse, G Church, P 7 p.m. Pie contest, C 8 p.m. Entertainment (TBD), P

Monday, July 26

7 a.m. to noon Entry of all 4-H livestock, AB (beef, dairy, dairy and Boer goats, rabbits, sheep, swine and poultry) 9-10 a.m. Late open class entries, EB 10 a.m.-noon Entry and judging of 4-H and Mini, EB (foods, flowers, gardening, herbs, food preservation, microwave cooking, cake decorating) 10 a.m.-noon Entry of open class, EB (floriculture, gardening, food preparation and food preservation) 5-10 p.m. Teen Activity Zone open 5 p.m. Farm Bureau Bean Supper, $4, P 6-10 p.m. 4-H Exhibit Building open 6-10 p.m. Commercial Tent open 6-10 p.m. County fair food exhibits sampling, EB (Donations to benefit the 4-H Scholarship Fund) 6-10 p.m. Funtime Carnival (Bracelet Night, $15), M 6:30 p.m. 4-H tenure award recognition, P • 4-H scholarship recognition • Ten-year member recognition • 4-H honor honor recognition • Outstanding 4-H Mr. and Miss • 4-H and open class fashion show 6 p.m. 4-H Dairy Goat Show, SA 7 p.m. 4-H Boer Goat Show, SA 7 p.m. Lucas Oil Pro Pullers, G 8 p.m. Simon Says Band, P

Tuesday, July 27

9 a.m. Poultry Show PB 10 a.m. to noon Farm and Fun Day, M 2 p.m. 4-H Rabbit Showmanship, PB 5-10 p.m. Teen Activity Zone open 5 p.m. Little Critters Show, P (4-H, Mini and Clover Buds)

Wednesday, July 28

Noon Livestock auction pictures, SA 2 p.m. Bicycle drag races, G 4:30 p.m. 4-H Sheep Show, SA 5-10 p.m. Teen Activity Zone open 6-10 p.m. Funtime Carnival (Bracelet Night, $15), M 6-10 p.m. 4-H Exhibit Building open 6-10 p.m. Commercial Tent open 6 p.m. 4-H Horse and Pony/Fair Board Auction, P 7 p.m. Flat Drag, G (guaranteed $1,000 purse) 8 p.m. 4-H Beef Show, SA

Thursday, July 29

9 a.m. 4-H rabbit judging, PB 5-10 p.m. Teen Activity Zone open 5 p.m. Baby Contest, P 6-10 p.m. 4-H Exhibit Building open 6-10 p.m. Commercial Tent open 6-10 p.m. Funtime Carnival, M 6 p.m. 4-H Swine Show, SA 7 p.m. Motor X-A.M.X and 4-Wheel ATV Jumps Race, G 7 p.m. TBA, P 8 p.m. Bucks and Does Square Dancers, P

Friday, July 30

9 a.m. Rooster Crow and Duck Quack Contest, PB 10 a.m. Chicken Barbecue Contest, PA 10:30 a.m. 4-H grand champion pictures, SA 1 p.m. Battle of the Barns, SA 5-10 p.m. Teen Activity Zone open 5 p.m. 4-H Round Robin Showmanship Contest (small Brown County Fair Preview 2010 


animals), SA 6-10 p.m. Funtime Carnival, M 6-10 p.m. 4-H Exhibit Building open 6-10 p.m. Commercial Tent open 6 p.m. 4-H Round Robin Showmanship Contest (large animals), SA 7 p.m. Antique Tractor Pull, G, County Stock Truck classes 8 p.m. Harsch Reality Band, P

Saturday, July 31

9:30 a.m. 4-H Livestock Auction, SA 3 p.m. Future Farmers Pedal Tractor Pull, P 2-5 p.m. Release of 4-H and open class exhibits, EB 5-9 p.m. Funtime Carnival (Bracelet Night, $15), M 5-10 p.m. Teen Activity Zone open 6-8 p.m. Entertainment (TBD), P 6-10 p.m. Commercial Tent open 6:30 p.m. Boy Scout Pie-In-The-Face, G 7 p.m. Mud Race, $2,000 purse, G 8 p.m. Toby Cave Band, P

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Open Class GENERAL RULES: County fair competition is separate from state fair competition. County winners DO NOT automatically advance to the state fair. Entry deadline for state fair is July 1. For more information call the Extension Office, 812-988‑5495. Entries are open to all residents of Brown County or members of a Brown County organization. Entries can be made in each class of any section. Where specific rules apply, they will be noted under individual categories. Miscellaneous is only for the articles where there is no specific category. (More than one entry may be made in Miscellaneous providing they are different.) Entries must be completed or grown by the exhibitor since the previous Brown County Fair (except photography). The 4‑H Fair Association will not be responsible for any exhibit. However, hostesses will be on duty to protect exhibits. All exhibits (except floriculture, gardening, food preparation and food preservation) must be entered Saturday, July 24 from 10 a.m. to noon. Late entries can be made Monday, July 26 from 9-10 a.m. All floriculture and gardening, food preservation and food preparation exhibits must be entered Monday, July 26 from 10 a.m. to noon. If an exhibitor earns their livelihood or makes $1,200 or more in a year in an individual section they wish to enter, a “P” will be added to their section number to indicate they are a professional. This is to make the judge aware of their experience in comparison with an amateur exhibitor. Exhibits must be claimed Saturday, July 31 between 2 and 5 p.m. Exhibits CANNOT be removed between the time of official entry and release. Exhibits will NOT be released before 2 p.m. The 4‑H Fair Association is not responsible for exhibits left after release time. The Danish system of judging (where a project is judged first on its own merit by certain guidelines)

will be used and each placing will be determined by the judge according to the quality of the exhibits. All exhibits will be marked with a ribbon to designate the placing following the judging according to the official records. A champion and reserve champion ribbon will be awarded from the blue ribbon winners in each section, providing there are at least three blue ribbons in the section. Honorable mention ribbons will be awarded when merited. No one will be allowed to watch the judging except those officially designated. Youth have the opportunity to exhibit in any of the open class categories.

Arts and crafts

Any number of items can be entered in any class, providing different techniques are used.

SECTION I: Christmas at the fair Class: 1. Door, window or wall decoration 2. Table decoration 3. Stocking 4. Christmas ornament or set of ornaments 5. Miscellaneous

SECTION II: Creative crafts Class: 1. Handmade toys 2. Weaving 3. Doll clothes or dolls 4. Ceramics 5. Tole or folk art article 6. Basketry 7. Miscellaneous

SECTION III: Recyclables (Any craft using one or more recyclable items. Any number of items may be entered, providing they are different.) Brown County Fair Preview 2010 


SECTION IV: Woodworking Class: 1. Refinished 2. Furniture 3. Decorative piece or set 4. Miscellaneous

SECTION V: Dried or silk flowers Class: 1. Centerpiece (no larger than 18 inches long x 10 inches high) 2. Wall or Door decoration (no larger than 16 x 24 inches) 3. Miniature (no larger than 2 inches wide x 4 inches high) 4. Miscellaneous

Collections

than six items. Examples: spoons, stamps, marbles, buttons, etc.

Fine arts

Any number of items may be entered in any class, providing different techniques are used. Artwork intended to hang must be ready for hanging.

SECTION I Class: 1. Watercolor 2. Drawing 3. Tole or folk art 4. Sculpture 5. Oil or acrylic 6. Pastel 7. Miscellaneous

Any number of collections may be entered providing they are different. Floriculture Exhibit on or in container conducive to making a All specimens must be exhibited in disposable good showing. bottles. (No glass or ceramic vases.) A collection is not less than two items or more Any number of specimens may be entered in any class provided they are different varieties. If specimen has leaves, all above water should be left on stem. No leaves below water level. One entry per bottle.

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SECTION I: Gladiolus Class: 1. Regular, one stem 2. Miniature, one stem

SECTION II: Zinnia Class: 1. Large: Over 4 inches, one bloom 2. Medium: 2 to 4 inches, one bloom 3. Small: Under 2 inches, one bloom 4. Miniature: One bloom or spray

SECTION III: Marigold Class: 1. Large: Over 4 inches, orange or yellow, one bloom 2. Medium: 2 to 4 inches, orange, yellow or variegated, one bloom 3. Small: Under 2 inches, orange or yellow, one bloom


SECTION IV: Rose Class: 1. Hybrid Tea, one bloom in any color 2. Floribunda, one bloom or spray 3. Polyanthus, one bloom or spray 4. Grandiflora, one bloom or spray 5. Miscellaneous

SECTION V: Sunflower Class: 1. One bloom, any color, under 6 inches diameter 2. One bloom, any color, over 6 inches diameter

SECTION VI: Miscellaneous Class: 1. Any specimen not listed above

SECTION VII: Potted plants Class: 1. Blooming plant, must have at least one bloom 2. Foliage plant 3. Vine plant

4. Cactus and succulent 5. Combination: One or more varieties in same container

SECTION VIII: Artistic design No artificial flowers or foliage are permitted. Plant materials for the artistic sections can be dried and acquired from any source. Class: 1. Sunshine and Shadows: An arrangement using two colors with a definite contrast. 2. Little Bit o’ Irish: Green and white arrangement in a green or white container. 3. Simple and Sweet: An arrangement using a single flower. 4. Over the Rainbow: An arrangement using seven colors of flowers. 5. Kaleidoscope of Color: An arrangement using as many colors as possible. 6. Country Roads: Meadow or roadside material in a suitable container. 7. Coffee/Tea Time: Arrangement in coffee mug or teapot.

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consume products from county and state competitions should be informed that they are at risk for foodborne Any number of baked products can be entered in illness since the established policy cannot guarantee any class providing they are not the same product. that an entry which is a “potentially hazardous food” All food products must be exhibited on disposhas been properly prepared or handled before, during able plates and covered. Avoid the use of plastic or foil or following the competition. due to texture change. All exhibits become the property of the Brown SECTION I: Cakes, frosted or unfrosted, County Fair and will be sold at the 4‑H Bake Sale for single or multi-layered Class: the Brown County 4‑H Scholarship Fund. Decorated cakes will be returned to the exhibitor. 1. Scratch cake Recipe required (printed or typewritten), with 2. Mix cake variation name and address on reverse side. If it’s an old family 3. Miscellaneous recipe you do not want to reveal, you must include a SECTION II: Cookies, iced or un-iced list of ingredients. Recipes become the property of the Class: Open Class Department with the right to use them in 1. Six drop the future. 2. Six bar Health department requirements for baked 3. Cake mix cookies product competitions: Filling, frosting, glazing, pie 4. Rolled and shaped filling and meringue, whether cooked or uncooked, 5. Six miscellaneous (other than above) are not permitted to contain cream cheese, whipped SECTION III: Yeast breads cream/sour cream topping, unpasteurized milk or eggs Class: or egg whites. Pasteurized eggs or eggs cooked to 160 1. White, one loaf degrees F can be used. Judges and individuals who will 2. Whole wheat, one loaf 3. Dinner rolls, six any shape Knight’s Trash Removal 4. Sweet rolls, six any shape (sec. cont.) Curbside Pickup 5. Tea ring and 6. Miscellaneous

Food preparation

Drop-off service SECTION IV: Quick Bread

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Class: 1. Fruit, one loaf 2. Nut, one loaf 3. Whole wheat or bran, one loaf 4. Muffins, six any kind 5. Biscuit 6. Cornbread 7. Miscellaneous

SECTION V: Machine-made bread Class: 1. White, one loaf 2. Whole wheat, one loaf 3. Miscellaneous

SECTION VI: Decorated cakes, cake form or real cake *see note Class: 1. Novelty 2. Tier


3. Sheet 8 *Note: Wilton Enterprises Inc. will provide to the "Best of Class" decorated cake the choice of a Wilton DVD (cake decorating basics), “Gifts from the Kitchen” or “Cupcake Fun!” book. Wilton will also award one current “Wilton Yearbook of Cake Decorating” to each first-place prize winner in all cake decorating classes. Only one yearbook will be awarded to an individual.

SECTION VII: Candy Class: 1. Fudge, six pieces 2. Divinity, six pieces

3. Nut brittle, six pieces 4. Party treats, six pieces (mints, chocolate creams, etc.)

SECTION VIII: Microwave cooking Class: 1. Cake, any kind 2. Cookies, six, any kind 3. Candy, six pieces, any kind

SECTION IX: Heart-healthy food (Emphasis on reduced sugar and/or fat and/or increased fiber. Recipe is required.) Class: 1. Quick bread, one loaf 2. Muffins, six, any kind 3. Miscellaneous

Food preservation CANNING AND DEHYDRATED: All canned food must be processed using appropriate method including jellies, jams, etc. Any number of jars may be entered in any class, provided they are not the same product. (Example: one jar peaches, one jar cherries) Exhibit should be in an appropriate container for specific product. (Example: fruit in pint or quart jar, jelly in jelly glass or jar). Jars may be opened for judging. Each entry should be labeled as to content of product and date (month and year) of preparation. Exhibit with rings on.

DEHYDRATED FOODS: Exhibit in Ziplock bags with at least half-cup of dried product, labeled and dated. If you wish to compete for special awards, note the Jarden (Ball/Kerr) Corp. rules (see next page).

SECTION I: Canning Class: 1. Fruit 2. Vegetables (including tomatoes) 3. Juices, sauces and salsas

SECTION II:

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2. Jellies 3. Marmalades, butters or preserves

with Dome® Lids, or canned in Kerr® Jars sealed with Kerr® Bands with Self-Sealing® Lids or Ball® Collection Elite™ Decorative Bands with Dome® SECTION IV: Lids. In addition, soft spreads entries will be limited to 1. Miscellaneous those prepared using one of the Ball® Fruit Jell® PecSECTION V: Dehydrated foods Must be exhibited in sandwich-size Ziplock bag. tins: Regular, No Sugar Needed or Liquid, with pectin proof of purchase provided at time of entry. The entries Class: designated first place from each category will receive 1. Fruit two $5 coupons for Ball® or Kerr® Home Canning 2. Vegetables products and one $3 coupon for Ball 100% Natural® 3. Herbs products. The entries designated second place from 4. Miscellaneous each category will receive to $5 coupons for Ball® or BALL® “BRING OUT YOUR BEST™” ADULT Kerr® Home Canning products. FOOD PRESERVATION AWARDS, presented by Ball® and Kerr® Home Canning To promote the art of home canning, and to honor Gardening and crops Exhibitor may enter any number of different vegadults who excel at the art of home canning, Ball® etables, fruits or herbs. and Kerr® Home Canning is offering first- and secExhibits will be judged on: ond-place adult award categories. Judges will select 1. Uniformity: All specimens should be the same the two best entries submitted by an adult in fruit, size, shape and color; vegetable, pickle and soft spread categories canned 2. Condition: Free from dirt, disease and blemish, in Ball® jars sealed with Ball® Bands with Dome® and proper degree of edible maturity; Lids or Ball® Collection Elite™ Decorative Bands 3. Quality: Crispness, firmness, flavor, etc.

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SECTION I: Vegetables Exhibit recommendations for vegetables: Root vegetables (beets, carrots, onions, etc.): Cut tops 1/2 to 3/4 inches. Do not peel onions. Cabbage, corn, etc.: Leave three or four wrapper leaves. Cucumbers: Specify if it is a pickling or slicing cucumber. Class: 1. One plate of three vegetables (same kind), 10 pods or one head 2. Collection of six different vegetables displayed together. (ex., one each, beet, potato, onion, tomato, zucchini, pepper)

SECTION II: Fruits

1. One plate of three (apples, etc.) or 20 (cherries, etc.)

SECTION III: Herbs Class: 1. Specimens: Two sprigs (parsley, etc.) or two heads (dill, etc.). Display in water. 2. Potted herbs


3. Single potted herb 4. Combination: Two or more in single container.

SECTION IV: Crops Class: 1. Miscellaneous: Any specimen not listed above. For example: Honey, strained, (pint or quart) Honey, combed, (pint or quart) Maple syrup (pint or quart) Sorghum molasses

SECTION III: Knitting Class: 1. Sweater 2. Stole, poncho, vest or shell 3. Afghan 4. Miscellaneous

SECTION IV: Crocheting Class: 1. Sweater 2. Stole, poncho, vest or shell 3. Afghan 4. Miscellaneous

SECTION V: Baby division Garments under size 6, knitted or crocheted Class: Any number of exhibits can be entered in a class, 1. Afghan provided they are not the same technique. 2. Sweater set No purchased bows are to be used. 3. Miscellaneous Bows not necessary if keeping with design you SECTION VI: Pillows have selected. Class: On gift tag, put occasion, age and sex of receiver. 1. Needlepoint Any number, as long as they are different. 2. Crewel

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SECTION I:

Class: 1. Christmas 2. Any other holiday or occasion: New Year’s, Easter, birthday or anniversary 3. Recyclable 4. Paper of your own design, paint, stencil, crayon, etc.

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Any number of items may be entered, provided they are different. (ex.; needlepoint, belt, picture, cross-stitch, pinafore, picture)

SECTION I: Needlework Class: 1. Needlepoint, canvas 2. Counted cross‑stitch 3. Crewel embroidery 4. Cross‑stitch 5. Embroidery 6. Rugs 7. Miscellaneous

SECTION II: Plastic canvas needlepoint

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3. Latch hook 4. Quilt top 5. Miscellaneous

SECTION VII: Quilting, hand-quilted Class: 1. Pieced 2. Appliquéd 3. Embroidery 4. Child's or baby's (pieced, appliquéd, embroidered) 5. Clothing, any article 6. Miscellaneous

SECTION VIII: Quilting, machine quilted Class: 1. Pieced 2. Appliqué 3. Embroidery 4. Child's or baby's (pieced, appliquéd, embroidered) 5. Clothing, any article 6. Miscellaneous

SECTION IX: Quilting, tied Class: 1. Pieced 2. Appliquéd 3. Child's or baby's 4. Miscellaneous

SECTION X: Wall or lap quilts Class: 1. Pieced 2. Appliquéd 3. Child's or baby's 4. Miniature 5. Miscellaneous

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The Brown County Open Fashion Show prejudging will be Thursday, July 22 at the pavilion behind the Exhibit Building. Registration will begin at 5:45 p.m. and judging at 6 p.m. The Brown County Public Open Fashion Show will be presented Monday, July 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the pavilion at the fairgrounds. The 4-H and Open Fashion Show will begin immediately after the 4-H Tenure Award and Mr. and Miss 4-H presentation.


Exhibitors must participate in the prejudging in ern, loungewear or costume (i.e., historic, dance, inorder to be given a placing ribbon and to be considered ternational or Halloween) that do not fit in the above for champion and reserve champion. categories. No bridal gowns; see "H."

DIVISIONS I‑III (Non-professionals)

F. FORMAL ATTIRE

(One person modeling only) Any costume, any style, any length suitable for formal wear. No bridal gowns; see "H."

I. 18-35 years old as of Jan. 1 of current year. II. 36-55 years old as of Jan. 1 of current year. III. 56 or older as of Jan. 1 of current year.

DIVISION IV: (Professionals) One who is or has been actively engaged in the last five years (receiving any monetary compensation in excess of $1,200 per year) in any phase of clothing, clothing construction, judging, modeling, fabric sales, teaching, or who has a degree in home economics, or is a Purdue sewing educator.

G. SEWING FOR OTHERS/CHILDREN'S GARMENTS (limit one child) Any type of child's garment; seamstress must be present (children ages 2-17 as of Jan. 1, current year).

H. WEDDING GOWNS

(one person modeling only)

OPEN FASHION SHOW CATEGORIES This category is for wedding gowns only. No A. FAMILY OUTFITS other types of garments are eligible in this category. (seamstress modeling, plus up to four family Presence of the wedding gown’s seamstress is also remembers, a total number of five) Person wearing garment(s) he or she has made, plus any other family member(s) wearing garments made for them.

B. DRESSES (one person modeling only) One or two‑piece street length dress, a dress with own jacket, coat or vest suitable for daytime wear. Also includes jumper and blouse.

C. COAT OR SUIT (one person modeling only) Separate coat for your wardrobe. To be judged solely as a coat with its own accessories. Suits being two or more pieces (i.e., skirt or pants with jacket, cape, or vest of the same fabric, shown with or without its own blouse or shirt). Jacket, coat, cape or vest must be lined.

quired at the judging. The seamstress must enter the age division in which the seamstress falls. If the gown has been made by someone other than the bride, the seamstress must be present for the official judging and the public fashion show. The award will be made to

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D. SEPARATES (one person modeling only) True coordinates. May be two, three or more garments, selected and modeled together for a complete look. All garments must be worn. Each piece should be important enough to stand on its own for possible use with other garments. Accessory items such as sweater, blouse or shirt may be a purchased garment.

E. MY CHOICE

(one person modeling only) Active wear (i.e., tennis wear, swimwear), west-

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the seamstress.

I. CREATIVE SEWING

Entries will not be accepted unless they are the specified size. We reserve the right to reject pictures not in good taste.

1. Sewing machine-embellished garment 2. Appliqued garment 3. Serged garment SECTION I: Color, photo size: 5x7 or 8x10 4. Miscellaneous: Any garment utilizing creative tech- inches nique. Class: 1. Nature and/or animals 2. Human interest (should have person in Photography picture) All exhibits will be displayed in clear, acid-free 3. Portraits protector sleeves (which will be provided at check-in 4. Scenery at no cost to the exhibitor.) PHOTOGRAPHS THAT 5. Unclassified ARE MOUNTED, MATTED OR FRAMED WILL SECTION II: Black & white, photo size: NOT BE ACCEPTED. 5x7 or 8x10 inches All prints must be made from images not more Class: Same as Section I than 2 years old. SECTION III: Digital color, photo size: 5x7 Only one entry may be made in each class. Each entry should have the name and address of the or 8x10 inches Class: Same as Section I entrant and title of exhibit on the back side upper left corner. SECTION IV: Digital black & white, photo Exhibitors must have designated class prior to size: 5x7 or 8x10 inches checking in exhibit. Class: Same as Section I

Pie contest PLEASE NOTE: An individual can enter only three categories. No cream, custard or meringue‑topped pies will be accepted. Any Brown County resident or member of a Brown County organization is eligible. Pies must be brought and registered in the Community Room at the Extension Office at the fairgrounds on Tuesday, July 27 from 6-7 p.m. Judging begins promptly at 7 p.m. Judging is open to the public.

ALL PIES MUST BE IN DISPOSABLE ALUMINUM FOIL PANS. RECIPE REQUIRED, with name and address on the reverse side. If it’s an old family recipe you do not want to reveal, you MUST include a list of ingredients. Recipes become the property of the Open Class Department with the right to use them in the future. Health department requirements for baked competitions: Filling, frosting, glazing, pie filling and 16 Brown County Fair Preview 2010


meringue, whether cooked or uncooked, are not permitted to contain cream cheese, whipped cream, sour cream, non-pasteurized milk or eggs or egg whites. Pasteurized eggs or eggs cooked to 160 degrees F can be used. Pies will be accepted according to categories listed below. Pies will be judged on general appearance, flavor, texture of crust, and texture of filling. First, second and third places will be awarded in each section. Cash prizes will be awarded in each section: $4 for first, $2 for second, and $1 for third. Champion and reserve champion pies will be selected overall and will receive prizes. All contestants will receive a ribbon. Winners will be announced immediately following judging. Pies will become property of the Brown County Extension Homemakers, and after the contest they will be sold by the slice or entire pie, plain or a la mode. Categories: 1. Apple 2. Berry 3. Cherry 4. Peach and/or apricot 5. Nut 6. Cobblers, crisps, bettys and/or tarts 7. Miscellaneous 8. Reduced sugar

Scrapbooking

Any number of scrapbooks can be entered, provided they are different subjects. Judging will include creativity, neatness, documentation or labeling (names, dates, places, etc.)

SECTION I: Class: 1. Vacation 2. Season or event 3. Organization (Scouts, club, lodge, etc.) 4. Journal (writings, poems, etc.) 5. Miscellaneous

Sewing

Any number of items may be entered in any class,

provided different techniques are used.

SECTION I: Sewing for self or others Class: 1. Family outfit‑person and one or more family members 2. Street length dress or dress with own jacket 3. Coat or suit 4. Separates: Two, three, four or more garments to be worn together or separately 5. My choice: Swimwear, loungewear, tennis wear or costume 6. Evening wear of any design suitable for after 5 p.m. 7. Shirt, blouse, skirt, jacket or vest 8. Children's wear: Boy or girl younger than 12 9. Infant, younger than 3 10. Aprons

SECTION II: Sewing for the home Class: 1. Place mats (set) 2. Tablecloth 3. Table napkins (set)

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4. Shower or window curtains 5. Miscellaneous (any number of items, provided they are different)

SECTION III: Creative sewing Class 1. Sewing machine-embellished garment 2 Appliquéd garment 3 Serged garment 4 Miscellaneous (any garment utilizing creative techniques)

V.I.P.: Very important people

(Aged, physically or emotionally limited) Any number of items can be entered, provided they are not the same product. Please list age or limitation.

SECTION I: Arts and crafts Class: 1. Christmas (any item) 2. Creative crafts (any item) 3. Woodworking (any item) 4. Drawing and painting (any item)

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SECTION II: Needlecrafts Class: 1. Needlework (any item) 2. Quilting (any item) 3. Knitting (any item) 4. Crocheting (any item)

Open Class details Peggy Thompson, open class superintendent Rick Bond, fair board representative

EXHIBIT BUILDING HOURS:

Monday–Friday, July 26-30, 6-10 p.m.

EXHIBIT PICK-UP:

Saturday, July 31, 2-5 p.m.

EXTENSION HOMEMAKER CLUBS ASSISTING WITH OPEN CLASS EXHIBITS:

Cedar Hills Club Domestic Families Club Happy Daisies Club Mail Box Members Quick Quilters Club Also assisting: Brown County Herb Society


2009 Fair Board

President: Ron Fleener First Vice President: Rick Bond Second Vice President: Don Smith Secretary: Debbie Larsh Treasurer: Tom Allen Members: Keith Baker Joey Bond Steve Cale Roger Hadley Jon Harsch Jonathan Harsch Bill Huber Dan Lucas Jim Ripberger Steve Rose Mark Stargell Glenda Stogsdill Mike Thompson 4-H Youth Representatives: Mallory Maus Jessica Shaffer

4-H primary clubs and volunteers BIT & BRIDLE (HORSE & PONY)

Sheila Blake, leader Rob O’Neill, asst. leader Sheryl Priddy, treasurer Jenny Law, coach Bandy Russell, coach Members: Heather Anderson Lillian Anderson Gracie Bay Shelby Blake Grace Brown Whitney Clark Charles De Mott Kristina Fowler Alyssa Harden

Bailey Harmon Jessie Harness Clayton Hunter Felicia Hunter Whitney Johnson Hannah Leppert Gabrielle Lovins Savannah Lovins Hailey Mayo Molly Mcgow Darcy Miller Morgan Miller Danielle O'neill Tucker O'neill Sarah Partridge Austin Priddy Kayleigh Ripberger Lacey Ross Mary Sanderson Mary Skirvin Kirsten Stratton Arielle Suhre Erica Teall Kaitlyn Unsworth Kiara Unsworth Isabelle Wilhelm

BOER BUDDIES (BOER GOAT)

Roger Hadley, co-leader Tammy Hadley, asst. leader Members: Ellen Bond Jared Bond Alyssa Gruner Vanessa Hoskins Kaitlyn Mack Kyler Ripberger Danielle Ryan

BROWN COUNTY DAIRY GOAT CLUB Amaire Moore, leader Kristi Smith, asst. leader Members: Vincent Boose Lakota Gilles Cami Moore Amy Mulryan Brandon Mulryan Shaney Smith Maryanne Wilson

BROWN COUNTY PORK FOLKS (SWINE) Jamie Sichting, leader Leslie Burns, asst. leader Becky Rose, asst. leader Members: Brittney Fowler Amber Hammack Abigail Huber

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Christina Knapp Donald Knapp Amelia Manuel Logan Minnett-Bond Austin Nienaber Haley Sichting Lacey Sichting

BROWN COUNTY POULTRY CLUB

Rick Bond, leader Denise Broussard, asst. leader Members: Ty Broussard Emma Hoskins Jessica Hoskins Jessica Losey Alice Merryman Zachariah Shaffer Adrienne Skirvin Malachi Smith Larisa Spillman Jakob Storch

CATTAILS (CATS)

Stephanie Dean, leader Lora Lewis, asst. leader Members: Chloe Barnes Mackenzie Cumberledge Lindsay Leeper Sierra Yordy

COWS R US (DAIRY/ DAIRY BEEF AND BEEF) Ralph Wilson, leader Sarah Wagler, asst. leader Lisa Wilson, asst. leader Mandy Franklin, beef project leader Members: Charles Franklin Melody Franklin Nick Heiny Brody Kelp Jared Kelp 20 Brown County Fair Preview 2010

Katherine Losey Jessica Steinbach Rebecca Steinbach Gena Wagler Luke Walker

GATESVILLE 4-H GANG Michelle Adams, leader Dianna Haines, asst. leader Trina Snyder, asst. leader Carol Mosley, asst. leader Members: Kara Adams Cheyenne Dinsmore Dakota Dinsmore Isa Fogg Jake Huddleston Logan Huddleston Rachel Huddleston Rachel Kilby Miranda Lawson Rebekah McCoy Azhia Morgan Kinidy Morgan Brynn O’Malley Mariah O’Malley Faith Parry Joshua Parry Dalton Platt Emmalyn Platt Kyle Roberson Samantha Snyder Emma Summers Jessica Taylor Maya Jean Wilkerson

INDEPENDENT Members: Madalyn Allen Matthew Allen Morgan Allen Terri Bailey Jacob Brock Dakota Bruton Jennifer Bube Corey Davis Ivy Deglandon

Sterling Deglandon Emma Harden Angel Harness Stephanie Harness Zoey Johnson Daniel Johnstone Dannie Law Tosh Lewis-Young Kate Marshall Brennen Maus Chloe McDowell Margaret McDowell Sarah Nungester Abe Oliver John Oliver Nolan Patterson Cheyenne Purdy August Spiegel Zofia Spiegel Brooke Sturgeon Caitlin Walsh Sharon Walters Allie Weiser Carly Williams

JUNIOR LEADERS

Stacy Benner, advisor Jenise Platt, advisor Sharon Bube, asst. leader Members: Michaela Adams Sarah Albertson Shelby Becraft Jeanette Bube Sherry Bube Sashalee Leynes Seth Lindley Sophia Lindley Mallory Maus Emily McDowell Ethan McDowell William Alex McDowell Shannon Walters

KING COBRAS

Colleen Patterson, leader Laura Patterson, asst. leader


Dan Parker, asst. leader Members: Summer Addison Izzy Allen Makenzie Conly Carlin Hoffacker Hannah Huber Alivia Johnson Courtney Johnson Emily Johnson Willow Johnson Alyssa Kindred LAMBCHOPPERS Ben Law (SHEEP) McKenzie Law Ron Fleener, leader Jackson McPheeters Karen Fleener, asst. leader Nicole McPheeters Members: Jaedin Miller Logan Cobb Hunter Newsome Addyson Kelp Laura Sheckell McKayla Kelp Sarah Sheckell LICK CREEK LOVE BUGS Isaiah Smith Gerald Wilson Betty Whitehorn, leader Wilma Allender, asst. leader SHOOTING SPORTS Members: Betty Whitehorn, coordinator Trever Allender Frank Conley, pistol Shelby Lea Carter Frank Hobbs, pistol Madison Fields John Snoddy, shotgun Benjamin Hensel Lloyd Stinson, archery Jackson Johnson John Whitehorn, rifle/pistol Kara Johnson Jim Wooton, rifle Brittany Law Members: Ashlyn Pearson Members: Isiah Pearson Nathaniel Fox Kaitlyn Pearson Zach Held Trent Sisson Stuart McDowell Ashley Stout Timothy Nottingham Isabella Voland Connor O’Malley Madison Whitehorn Ryan O’Malley Allison Wooton Brittany Slaten Jacob Wooton Casey Stinson Lillian Wooton Morgan Wooton Members: Delaney Bond Cameron Hubbard Evan Hubbard Dakota Patterson Elijah Patterson Hannah Patterson Levi Patterson Bailee Robison Alexandria Scrougham

SPRUNICA FIREBALLS

MUDDY PAWS (DOGS)

Leigh Ann Hoffacker, leader Kelly McPheeters, asst. leader

Yvonne Coffelt, leader Members: Lauren Akles Victoria Akles

Sam Coffelt Travis Ely Katie Held Olivia Jones Megan Newlin Samantha Newlin Joanna Rumsey Dru Slaten

THUNDER THUMPERS (RABBITS) Janie Lucas, leader Dan Lucas, asst. leader Members: Amethyst Baker Naomi Baker Samuel Baker Ashley Barger Emma Ruth Bawinkel Jacob Cumberledge Brittany Farris Noah Guinn Sawyer Lewis Dan J. Lucas Megan Lucas Devin McKain Dalton Roberts Abigail Shaffer Jessica Shaffer

CLOVERBUDS Ages 3 and 4 members: Caleigh Allender Isabelle Crone Bryce Davis Shelby Gaither Elizabeth Hadley Aubrey Harden Eli Harden Gary Havely-Wolfe Brayden Hedger Donald Hoskins Duncan Huntley Madalynn Johnstone Grant McDowell Maeve O’Malley Brown County Fair Preview 2010 21


Alexis Pauley Dustin Rose Waylon Russell Justin Scrougham Camden Shelton Joshlyn Shelton Darby Sisson Jackson Smith Toby Smith Lynsey Summers Olivia Tincher Ethan Voland Mattie Whitis Age 5 and kindergarten members: Jamie Bube Jacob Carter Raymond Cobb Aiden Fox Olivia Haines Josie Johnson Zamilee Johnson Nathan Kilby

Hensley Kuhfahl Savannah Lawson Shelby Mayo David Parry Wyatt Rose Baileyanne Russell Promise Sears Ethan Shelton

4-H PROJECT/ ACTIVITY LEADERS Pets: Yvonne Coffelt, leader Horse & Pony Judging Team coaches: Pamela Navratil Katrina Harsch Brittany Navratil Michelle Lovins

2010 Extension Board

Scott Davis, president Sacha Adams, vice president Harry Poling, secretary Laura Brzeski, treasurer Members: Amy Couch Delbert Crocker Rose Dugdale Janet Kramer Betsy Lease Patty Lindley Janie Lucas Arthur Omberg Glenda Stogsdill Peggy Thompson Lesa Wagler Betty Whitehorn Ed Wojdyla Ex-officio members: Stacy Benner Jenise Platt

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ratic Candidate c o m s De Welcomes you to the Brown County 4-H Fair NATIONAL

U. S. Senate Brad Ellsworth U. S. Congress, Dist. 9 Baron Hill

STATE

State Representative, Dist. 60 Peggy Welch

JUDICIAL

Prosecuting Attorney James R. Oliver Cricuit Court Clerk Beth Williamson Mulry

COUNTY

County Auditor Barbara Bock County Sheriff Rick Followell County Coroner Tim L. Alward County Assessor Rhonda Hardin Kelp County Commissioner, Dist. 2 Ronald A. Sanders

County Council, Dist. 2 Cindy Steele County Council, Dist. 3 Steve Gore County Council, Dist. 4 Ron Fleetwood

TOWNSHIP

Trustee, Hamblen Twp. Stephen (Steve) Arnold Trustee, Jackson Twp. Malinda (Mindy) Weddle Trustee, Van Buren Twp. Nettie P. Walls Trustee, Washington Twp. Paul D. Hardin Township Board, Jackson Richard (Rick) A. Bond Amy Kelso Couch Barb Foley Township Board, Van Buren James I. (Jim) Bush Kathi S. Hendrick Smith Township Board, Washington Stefanie Binkley-Gore Mark Imhoff Gerald (Joe) Miller

Parid for by Brown County Democratic Central Committee, Maxine J. Bailey, Treasurer

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Brown County 2010 4-H Fair  

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