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COWBOY UP BABY 58TH

It’s time to get ready for the North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo

SEPTEMBER 1, 2 & 3, 2007 THERE’S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! • BCRA Rodeo • Amusements • Dance • Cowboy Concert • 4-H Displays & Competitions • Clowns • Livestock Shows • Horse Shows • Demos • Heavy Horse Pulls and Log Skid • Bingo • Pony Chariot & Chuckwagon Races • Logging Show • Outdoor Stage • Exhibit Hall • Parade • Children’s Parade • Pancake Breakfasts • Commercial Exhibits • Pet Parade • Concessions • & Much More...

DAY GATE PRICES: Adults $10 • Students/Seniors $6 • Children 10 & Under Free

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INDEX

North Thompson Fall Fair Maps ..............................................................................6 & 36 Board of Directors and Convenors ........................................................................10 & 11 What’s New at the Fair ..................................................................................................... 7 Schedule of Events ................................................................................................12 & 13 North Thompson Fall Fair History .................................................................................... 4 Hall Exhibit Entry Forms ...........................................................................................8 & 35 Livestock Exhibit Entry Forms.................................................................................. 38, 68 Light Horse Entry Forms ................................................................................................ 70 Rules for Exhibitors ........................................................................................................ 14 Part I Fruit and Vegetables.....................................................................17 & 18 Part II Farm & Home Produce ......................................................................... 19 Part III Field Crops, Grain & Fodder ................................................................ 20 Part IV Sewing ..........................................................................................21 & 22 Part V Crochet & Knitting ................................................................................ 23 Part VI Canning ........................................................................................24 & 25 Part VII Baking...........................................................................................26 & 28 Part VIII Flowers .........................................................................................29 & 30 Part IX Hobbies ..................................................................................31, 32 & 33 Part X Fine Arts ............................................................................................... 34 Part XI Photography ......................................................................................... 39 Part XIII Boys & Girls/School Work ............................................................41 & 42 Part XV Group Projects ..................................................................................... 42 Part XVII Church, Women’s Groups & Institutes ................................................. 43 Part XVIII Poultry ....................................................................................45, 46 & 47 Part XIX Pigeons .........................................................................................48 & 50 Part XX Cage Birds ....................................................................................50 & 51 Part XXI Rabbits & Cavies (Guinea Pigs)............................................................ 52 Part XXII 4-H Clubs ............................................................................................. 53 “ “ Section 1 - Stall Competition ............................................................... 53 “ “ Section 2 - 4-H Beef ............................................................................ 53 “ “ Section 3 - 4-H Lamb Club ..........................................................54 & 55 “ “ Section 4 - 4-H Goat Show.................................................................. 55 “ “ Section 5 - 4-H Horse Show ........................................................55 & 56 “ “ Section 6 - 4-H Rabbits & Cavies (Guinea Pigs)..........................56 & 57 “ “ Section 7 - 4-H Education Display....................................................... 57 Part XXIII Beef Cattle ............................................................................................ 58 Part XXIV Sheep ................................................................................................... 59 Part XXV Open Goat Show .................................................................................. 60 Part XXVI Light Horses ...........................................................................61, 62 & 63 Part XXVII Heavy Horses ....................................................................................... 64 Part XXVIII Heavy Horse Pull .................................................................................. 65 Part XXIX Rodeo ................................................................................................... 65 Part XXXI Children’s Parade ................................................................................. 67 Part XXXII Parade .................................................................................................. 69 Part XXXIII Pony Chariots & Chuckwagons ........................................................... 69 Part SP Member Choice Awards - BC Fairs Convention .................................. 34

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1950 - 2007 NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR AND RODEO CELEBRATES 58 YEARS

THEN AND NOW - LOOK HOW FAR WE’VE COME! THEN: Back in 1950, what had been a dream for local farm and ranch families became a reality. The Native Sons of Canada lent their Louis Creek grounds and hall for the first fall fair which was held on Labour Day. The fall fair catalogue of 12 pages promised: “To make your Labour Day a real holiday, a full round of entertainment during the day and evening is assured. A softball tournament, track and field events and horseshoe pitching contests will be held during the day. Games and concessions will be operating on the grounds. In the evening a dance will be held in the hall.” The catalogue included 11 sections for competition, with a large section devoted to ‘Women’s Work’ including such as ‘Embroidery on flour sacking for household use’. The first Fall Fair was attended by an estimated crowd of 500. NOW: In 2007, the dream lives on. Len Johnson’s words of fifty-eight years ago are as true today: “For a fair to be a success, it must first be centered in a farming district, and secondly, it must have the support of the people of the community.” Fueled by outstanding volunteerism since its inception the North Thompson Fall Fair (NTFF) and Rodeo has steadily evolved and expanded. Some of the faces remain the same, many familiar family names remain, but new faces are always welcomed. The location, exhibits, games, attractions and queen pageant have all changed over the past 58 years, but the focus of the fair still is: “A celebration of agriculture, livestock, western country living and community spirit”. In 2006 the North Thompson Fair was awarded honours by the Province of BC for our Showcase of Agriculture. Today, the NTFF and Rodeo begins the week before, with the crowning of the Fall Fair queen. The fair spans all three days of the Labour Day weekend and has been held on its own East Barriere Lake Road grounds since 1970. The site has grown considerably to its present size of 26 acres. The fair offers far more events and types of competition than the founding members could have imagined. Visitors can come early for a pancake breakfast, take in a day’s worth of livestock and equestrian shows, enjoy exciting rodeo action, pony chariot races, and chuckwagon race action. There are hundreds of items on display inside the exhibit hall. Adults can stay late and dance Saturday night and take-in a Cowboy Concert on Sunday night in the NTFF Hall. Our catalogue has increased in size offering many different sections for the exhibitor and emphasis is placed on the importance of agricultural educational content in all aspects of the fair. The North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo is now attended by an estimated crowd of just under 10,000. Over half a century after a small energetic group of volunteers put together the first ever North Thompson Fall Fair, the small town spirit remains the same, as dozens of enthusiastic volunteers work together year round to host the valley’s single biggest event each Labour Day Weekend. The dream lives on because a group of volunteers and participants work hard together each year to keep it so.


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EVERYBODY PLAYS A PART Wow! This will be the 58th year for the Annual North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo. An event that started before many of us were born has turned into a major North Thompson Valley event and has been recognized provincially for its excellence. The fair's continued growth and success is a testament to the hundreds of dedicated people who step forward each year to lend a hand and create great memories for the thousands who walk through our gates. The theme of the fair this year is POULTRY, and we look forward to hearing lots of positive 'clucking' about all the wonderful new additions and changes you will find within this catalogue. Start planning now what you will be entering in the 2007 competitions – plant a few extra veggies, grow another bed of flowers, crank-up the sewing machine. Whether your talent lies in baking, gardening, woodworking, hobbies, quilting or more, you will find a full contingent of classes available to enter. Our livestock exhibitors and heavy horse competitors fill their classes and the 'gentle giants' bring a special flavour of times gone by – they show our visitors what raising quality animals and agriculture is all about. The rodeo contestants provide the thrills and spills and the pony chariots and chuckwagons give everyone an opportunity to cheer. I would like to take this opportunity to invite all of the wonderful contestants, competitors, commercial exhibitors, and parade participants who continue to help bring three days of top agricultural entertainment into the valley. The NTFFRA members and our 100 plus volunteers are looking forward to working with you again at this year's event. It's time to 'Cowboy Up!' Jill Hayward President, North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo

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NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO 2007 DIRECTORS Jill Hayward President

Karl Rainer Vice President

Donna Salle Director

Leslie Stirling Secretary

Dick Ross Director

Pam Simpson Director

Wendy McDermott Director

Deb Ponto Director

Ann Piper Director

Director At Large

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WHAT'S NEW At the 58th North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo • NEW CLASSES and SCHEDULING for the Light Horse Section • 4H LIGHT HORSE COMPETITIONS are moved to Saturday • NEW ORNAMENTAL VEGETABLE ARRANGEMENTS in the Vegetable Section • NEW MOST UNIQUE VEGETABLE in the Vegetable Section • Enhanced COMPANION GARDEN on the grounds • NTFF & Rodeo Directors will take the winners from the Special Section Classes to the BC Agriculture Fairs & Exhibition AGM in October, 2007. Check them out. • Hall trophies to be handed out at 3:00 pm Monday • New YOUTH CLASSES IN THE POULTRY BARN • NEW LLAMA DISPLAY • Outdoor Flowering Hanging Basket Contest (page 30) • NEW LOGGING SHOW • NEW THEME CHICKENS • BC FAIRS SPECIALS in the Hobbies Sections • FLY TYING CATEGORY in Hobbies Sections

FRIENDLY REMINDERS • QUEEN PAGEANT, Saturday, August 25, 2007 • COWBOY CHURCH, Sunday Sept. 2, 2007 at 10:00 am. • GATE PRICES - Adult $10.00, Students/Seniors $6.00 Under 10 Free & Passes available

• ALL LIVESTOCK ENTRIES MUST REMAIN IN THE BARNS TILL 4:00 pm. ON MONDAY SEPT. 3, 2007. Conveners will dismiss individual clubs and open classes to avoid congestion. • BALED HAY entry deadline is Aug. 7, 2007

• EXHIBITORS FEE IS $7.00

• Exhibit HALL ENTRIES close Tuesday, August 28

• CAMPING $15.00 for weekend

• ENTRIES MAY BE PLACED AT THE EXHIBIT HALL, Thursday Aug. 31, and Friday Aug. 31 from 10:00 am. to 8:00 pm.

• FOOT TRAFFIC ONLY AT THE CURLING CLUB ENTRANCE • HANDICAPPED PARKING IS BY THE CURLING RINK • FLOWER ENTRIES ONLY will be accepted until 8:30 am. Saturday, Sept. 1, 2007

• Exhibit HALL ENTRIES FORMS must be in to Secretary no later than Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2007 • ALL HALL ENTRIES must be in place by 8:45 am. Sept. 1, 2007

• SHEEP WEIGH IN Friday night Aug. 31, 6 pm - 8 pm

• EXHIBIT HALL WILL CLOSE SATURDAY, Sept. 1, 2007 AT 9:00 AM UNTIL 1:00 PM FOR JUDGING

• BEEF, RABBIT & POULTRY entries must be in the barns by 9:00 am. Saturday, Sept. 1, 2007 as no traffic is allowed on the grounds after 10:00am.

• Please pick up prize money for winning entries at the Treasurer’s Office during the fair on Sunday and Monday. Unclaimed prizes totaling less than $10 will be considered a donation to the fair.


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HALL EXHIBIT ENTRY FORM NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO Box 873, Barriere, B.C. V0E 1E0 Please read Rules For Exhibitors on Pages 14, and rules in appropriate Parts before filling out this form. Thank you. ALL HALL ENTRY FORMS - EXCEPT FLOWERS - MUST BE IN TO THE SECRETARY NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, AUG. 28/07 EXHIBITOR NAME MAILING ADDRESS

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ALL ENTRY FEES GO TOWARDS PRIZE MONEY Please pick up prize money for winning entries at Treasurer's Office during the fair on Sunday and Monday. Unclaimed prizes totaling less than $10 will be considered a donation to the fair.

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BOARD of DIRECTORS and CONVENORS 2006 - 2007 President Vice-President Secretary Director Director Director Director Director Director Fruits & Vegetables Farm & Home Produce & Field Crops Crochet & Knitting Sewing Canning, Jams, Pickling & Preserving Baking Flowers Flowers Flowers Hobbies Fine Arts Photography Boys & Girls/School Work Group Projects Gruop Projects Church Women’s Groups & Institutes Church Women’s Groups & Institutes Community Displays Community Displays Poultry and Pigeons Cage Birds Rabbits - Open & 4-H Beef Cattle - Open & 4-H Sheep - Open & 4-H Sheep - Open & 4-H Horse Events - Open & 4-H Dairy Goats - Open & 4-H Dairy Goats Heavy Horse Rodeo

Jill Hayward, 672-0055 Louis Creek Karl Rainer, 672-9407 Darfield Leslie Stirling, 672-5706 Barriere Dick Ross, 672-9298 Barriere Wendy McDermott, 672-0069 Barriere Ann Piper, 677-4277 Little Fort Donna Salle, 672-5148 Barriere Deb Ponto, 672-0158 Barriere Pam Simpson, 672-1087 Barriere Karen Irving, 672-0200 McLure Jane Milburn, 672-9391 Barriere Wally Kreutz, 672-9627 Barriere Donna Irving, 672-9942 Barriere Michelle Kibble, 672-2496 Barriere Kim Fennell, 672-9597 Barriere Diane Bloomfield, 372-9564 Kamloops Dodie Lysak, 376-7472 Kamloops Heather Wiebe, Kamloops Bob Stirling, 672-5706 Barriere Yellowhead Artists, Bob Bambrick, 672-2483 Barriere Anja Mitchell, 672-9309 Barriere Jodi Schilling, 672-9614 Darfield Marie Wilson, 677-4203 Little Fort Barb Denton, 677-4367 Little Fort Marie Wilson, 677-4203 Little Fort Barb Denton, 677-4367 Little Fort Marie Wilson, 677-4203 Little Fort Barb Denton, 677-4367 Little Fort Al Fagg, 579-9404 Barriere Al Fagg, 579-9404 Kamloops Wendy Frisk, 579-5493 Kamloops Barry Brady, 672-9354 Barriere Shirley Wittner, 672-5916 Barriere Gai Conan, 672-9218 Barriere Brittanya Beddington, 320-0475 Barriere Kathleen Searle, 672-9683 Barriere Clayton Searle, 672-9683 Barriere Wayne & Lea Stordahl, 578-7561 Heffley Creek Carmen & Dick Ross, 672-9298 Barriere

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THANK YOU TO EVERYONE The North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo would not be the success it is without the help of its many supporters. Some businesses have supported us for many years and some are new. We appreciate this generous support. The Fair is also supported by many individuals. There are so many it is impossible to list them all and not miss someone. The Fair appreciates all the help, financially and physically, from everyone. THANK YOU.


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BOARD of DIRECTORS and CONVENORS 2006 - 2007 continued.... Children’s Parade Fall Fair Parade Pony Chariots & Chuckwagons Queen’s Pageant Queen’s Pageant Publicity Booth Rentals Information Booth Stage Coordinator Beer Gardens Gates Gates Advertising Hanging Basket Contest Logging Show Ribbons Sunshine Lady Phone Committee Phone Committee Children’s Activities Exhibit Hall

Michelle Kibble, 672-2496 Ken Beharrell, 672-5310 Darwin & Deanna Patterson, 250-577-3769 Carol Jeffreys, 672-1080 Amy Landrieult, Bev Murphy Michelle Kibble, 672-2496 Deb Ponto, 672-0158 Wendy McDermott, 672-0069 Don Andrews, 672-0189 Debbie Rainer, 672-9407 Donna Salle, 672-5148 Deb Ponto, 672-0158 Jill Hayward, 672-5611 or 319-8023 Wendy McDermott, 672-0069 Harley Wright, 672-9272 Don & Ann Piper, 677-4277 Geordie Salle, 672-9909 Marie Wilson, 677-4203 Jean Amos, 672-0294 Connie & Ian Watt Donna Kibble, Bev Murphy, 672-5672

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS OF THE 2007 NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO • All Hall Entry Forms - except flowers - must be in to the Fair Secretary no later than Tuesday, August 28, 2007. • Flower entry forms ONLY will be accepted until 8:30 am Saturday, September 1, 2007. • On grounds camping - $15 for the weekend. • Exhibitor fee - $7.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 30 10:00 am - 8 pm..................Placing Hall Entries

FRIDAY, AUGUST 31 10:00 am - 8 pm..................Placing Hall Entries 6 pm - 9 pm ........................Sheep Weigh-in

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 7 - 8:30 a.m .........................Placing Hall Entries 7 - 10 am .............................Lions Pancake Breakfast 8:30 am ...............................English Light Horse Show in the Horse Arena 8:45 am ...............................All hall exhibits must be in place for judging 9 am ....................................Exhibit Hall closes for judging 9:30 am ...............................Parade participants to assemble at the Family Dining Restaurant, Station Road, Airfield Road area for judging 9:30 am ...............................Beef, Poultry and Rabbits in Barn 10 am ..................................Rabbit Showing & Fitting and Judging Classes 10 am - noon .......................Women in Agriculture Workshop in the upstairs lounge of Exhibit Hall 11 am ..................................Parade moves out from Family Dining Restaurant 11 am ..................................Goat Show 12 Noon ...............................Parade arrives at Fall Fair Grounds

Official Fall Fair Opening in the Rodeo Arena 1 pm ....................................Exhibit Hall open to the public 1 pm ....................................4-H & Pre-Club Showmanship Classes 1 pm - 4 pm ........................Women in Agriculture Workshop in the upstairs lounge of Exhibit Hall 1:30 pm ...............................First performance of the B.C.R.A. Rodeo Pony Chariot Races during Rodeo intermission 3:00 pm ...............................4-H, Pre-Club & Open Female & Ram Classes to follow Showmanship Classes. 6 pm (approx.).............. .......Pony Chuckwagon Races to follow Rodeo 6:30 pm ...............................Heavy Horse Pull in the Rodeo Arena following the Chuckwagon Races 8 pm ....................................Buildings close 8 pm - 1 am.........................Cabaret Dance at the Fall Fair Hall (No Minors), tickets at Fair Office and local service stations


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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 7 - 10 am .............................Lions Pancake Breakfast 9:00 am ...............................Heavy Horse Skid in the Rodeo Arena - Single Skid Jackpot 9:30 am ...............................4H Light Horse Show starts in the Horse Arena

Buildings open 10 am ..................................Rabbit and Cavy Classes 10 am ..................................Cowboy Church Service on Outdoor Stage 10 am - noon .......................Women in Agriculture Workshop in the upstairs lounge of Exhibit Hall

Hall prize money may be picked up Sunday or Monday, at Fair Office on grounds 10 am ..................................4-H & Open Rabbit Classes in Poultry Barn 10:30 - 12:30 .......................Logging Show 11 am ..................................Showing of 4-H Beef and Open Classes 11 am. ..................................Showmanship Goat Show 12:00 noon .........................4-H, Pre-club & Open Weight Classes with Championship Classes to follow. 1 pm - 4 pm ........................Women in Agriculture Workshop in the upstairs lounge of Exhibit Hall1:30 1:30 pm ...............................Second performance of the B.C.R.A. Rodeo 3:30 pm ...............................Pony Chariot Races during Rodeo intermission 5:30 pm ...............................Pony Chuckwagons after Rodeo ends 6:30 pm ...............................Heavy Horse Pull following Rodeo 7:30 pm ...............................Cowboy Concert, tickets available at Fall Fair Office or Barriere Country Feeds

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 7 - 10 am .............................Lions Pancake Breakfast 8:30 am ...............................Western Light Horse Show starts in Horse Arena 9 am............................. .......Children’s Parade assembles at Barriere Secondary School 9:00 am ...............................Heavy Horse, driving classes and multiple hitch in the Rodeo Arena

Buildings open 10 am ..................................Children’s Parade leaves BSS for Fall Fair Grounds 10 am ..................................Sheep Trim & Fit 10 am - noon .......................Women in Agriculture Workshop in the upstairs lounge of Exhibit Hall 10:30 - 12:30 .......................Logging Show 11 am ..................................Yellowhead Beef Club Achievement 1 pm - 4 pm ........................Women in Agriculture Workshop in the upstairs lounge of Exhibit Hall1:30 1:30 pm ...............................Third performance of the B.C.R.A. Rodeo 3:00 pm ...............................Hall Trophy Presentations 3:30 pm ...............................Pony Chariot Races during Rodeo intermission 4 pm ....................................Exhibit building closes to the public 4:30 pm ...............................Pick-up exhibits from Hall 5:30 pm ...............................Chuckwagon Races after Rodeo ends


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RULES FOR EXHIBITORS The North Thompson Fall Fair is not in business for profit. The sole purpose of the Association is to encourage the betterment of livestock, field and garden crops, arts, crafts and hobbies, etc. The Committees do all the work freely and without personal gain. They will therefore appreciate your assistance in making the Fair better known and better attended. 1. Membership to the Association is five ($5) dollars per year. This entitles the member to voting rights at all meetings. You are urged to join and support this organization. 2. Entry fees for exhibits are at the top of each section. All entry fees are used as prize money.

7. All hall exhibits must be in place by 8:45 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007. The exhibit hall will be closed for judging at 9:00 am Saturday, September 1, 2007. There will be no public admission during judging and Officials only will be permitted in the hall. All livestock must be on the grounds by 10:00 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007 for weighing. All exhibits including Livestock must be left on display until 4:30 pm Monday, September 3, 2007.All exhibits including Livestock must be claimed or removed by 6:00 pm Monday, September 3, 2007. 8. All articles in all Sections except the Livestock Divisions may not be exhibited a second time. 9. No exhibit may compete for more than one prize.

3. Adult & Student exhibitors must have an exhibitor’s ticket of $7 or a current North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Association membership. Exhibitors age 10 and under do not have to have an exhibitors ticket. 4-H members entering 4-H classes do not have to have an exhibitor’s ticket but 4-H members entering open classes must have an exhibitor’s ticket. Any exhibitor with six (6) head of livestock or more is allowed one more pass ($7) for an additional helper. 4. Livestock entries close on August 10, 2007. Hay entries close on August 7, 2007 for sampled Hay classes 22, 23, & 24 – classes 20 & 21 same deadline as all other entries. Group Entries (XV, XVI & XVII) close Friday, August 10, 2007. 5. All other entry forms must be properly made out and in the hands of the Secretary, Mrs. L. Stirling, Box 873, Barriere, BC VOE 1EO by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 - except for flowers only, which will be accepted until 8:30 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007. All entries require an entry form. There will also be a drop box at the Fall Fair Hall. The entry & exhibitor’s fees must accompany all entry forms. Any exhibit not accompanied by Entry Forms and Entry Fees will not be accepted. The Association is not responsible for placing exhibits. LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 6. The Exhibit Hall will be open for the placing of exhibits from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm on Thursday, August 30, 2007 and Friday, August 31, 2007 and from 7:00 am to 8:30 am on Saturday, September 1, 2007.

10. If there is only one entry in any Class, Second prize will be given unless in the estimation of the Judge the quality of the entry is worthy of a First prize. 11. Only one entry may be placed by an exhibitor in each Class, except in the Livestock Divisions where a maximum of two entries may be made; Wine, Photography and Flowers, where an unlimited number of entries may be made; and Fine Arts where two entries per class may be made. 12. All those handling livestock or riding in horse events do so at their own risk. Stallions are to be handled by persons 18 years of age and over. 13. Exhibitors criticizing or interfering with the judge while in the ring or on the grounds will be automatically disqualified. 14. The sale of raffle tickets on the grounds during the fair is prohibited except for tickets sold by the North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Association. 15. Prize money may be claimed at the Fair office (across from the grandstand) during the fair once the convener has handed in the information. Unclaimed prizes totaling $10 or more will be mailed out. Unclaimed prizes totaling less than $10 will be considered a donation to the Fair. 16. Exhibits are shown at the owner’s risk and the Fair will not be responsible for any loss or damage. Exhibitors requiring fire or other insurance must give the matter their personal attention.


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• All other entries - except flowers - close Tuesday, August 28, 2007

• Flowers ONLY will be accepted until 8:30 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007

• Entry deadline for sampled hay is August 7, 2007 • Removal of exhibits before 4:30 pm, Monday, September 3, 2007 is not allowed. • There will be a drop box at the

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ONE NIGHT ONLY

SATURDAY, September 1, 2007

8pm - 1pm FALL FAIR HALL NO MINORS

Tickets available at Fair Offi Office ce and Local Service Stations

Cowboy Concert SUNDAY September 2, 2007 at 7:30 - 9:30PM

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Classes 28, 29, 30, 31 & 32 Leave dry skin on, no roots, 1/2 in. tops approx. 3 in. in diameter, except pickling onions

PART I FRUITS & VEGETABLES KAREN IRVING/VICKI HOLMES • All exhibits must be grown by exhibitor • All exhibits to be displayed on paper plates • All entry forms must be in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • Entreis are generally scored on donition, size and shape, colour, uniformity and preparation for show

SECTION 1: VEGETABLES Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Broad Beans, 6 Green Beans, bush, 6 Pole Beans, Kentucky Wonder, 6 Pole Beans, any other variety, 6 Wax Beans, 6 Beets, globe, 3 Beets, long, 3 Broccoli, 2 heads or sprouts Cabbage, early, 2 Cabbage, late, 2 Cabbage, red, 2 Cabbage, savory, 2

Classes 13, 14, 15 Carrots-to be cleaned, not scrubbed 1/2 inch top and 2 to 3 in. tail 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Carrots, long, over 7 in., 3 Carrots, intermediate, over 4 in. under 7 in., 3 Carrots, short, under 4 in., 3 Cauliflower, 2 Cauliflower, purple, 2 Celery, 2 Celeriac, 2 Citron, 2 Yellow Sweet Corn, husked, 3 Cucumbers, slicers, short, 7 in. & under, 2 Cucumbers, slicers, long, 7 in. & over, 3 Cucumbers, dill, approx. 4in., 6 Cucumbers, pickling, 2-3 in., 6 Cucumbers, gherkins, 6 Lettuce, 2 heads

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28. Onions, white, 3 29 Onions, Spanish, 3 30. Onions, red, 3 31. Onions, yellow, 3, 32. Onions, pickling, not over 3/4 in., 3 33. Parsnips, 3 34. Peas, garden, 6 35. Snow Peas, 6 36. Pumpkins, pie, 2 37. Pumpkins, Jack-O-Lanterns, 2

Class 38 Ideal length is approx. 18" & 1/2 - 3/4 in. in diameter. Root ends are NOT cut off completely, dark skin-sheath may be removed. Tops should be cut off semi-circle leaving 12 in. of leaf 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

Rhubarb, stalks, 3 Squash, hubbard, 2 Squash, butternut, 2 Squash, zucchini, 6-8 in., 2 Squash, spaghetti, 2 Squash, any other variety, 2

Classes 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 & 49 • Leave stems on 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

Tomatoes, ripe, 3 Tomatoes, green, 3 Tomatoes, cherry, ripe, 6 Tomatoes, cherry, green, 6 Tomatoes, Italian, ripe, 3 Tomatoes, Italian, green, 3 Turnips, early white, 3 Kohlrabi, white, approx. 3 in., 3 Kohlrabi, purple, apprx. 3 in., 3 Kohlrabi, large, 3 Vegetable Marrow, 2

Classes 55, 56, 57, 58 & 59 Leave stems about 1 in., attached 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

Peppers, green, 3 Peppers, yellow, 3 Peppers, orange, 3 Peppers, purple, 3 Peppers, red, 3 Garlic, 2 Muskmelon or Canteloupe, 2 Watermelon, 2 Dried Vegetable Most Unique Vegetable


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SECTION 2: HEAVIEST VEGETABLES 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71.

Heaviest Heaviest Heaviest Heaviest Heaviest Heaviest Heaviest

Cabbage Tomato Pumpkin Squash Zucchini Sunflower Vegetables

SECTION 3: NOVELTY CLASS FOR VEGETABLE CREATIONS Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $5, $3 & $2 72. Vegetable creations, fresh or dried fruit may be incorporated into design. 73. Ornamental Vegetable Arrangement

SECTION 4: COLLECTIONS Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $5, $3 & $2 74. Collection of vegetables not more than 12, no less than 8 varieties. Same quantities for single entries, named 75. Collection of vegetables grown at 2,000 feet altitude or higher, named 76. Six ears of unhusked corn, outer leaves untouched - object of this entry is to select ears by outside appearance only.

SECTION 5: FRUITS Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50 77. 78. 79. 80.

Apples, Apples, Apples, Apples,

yellow, transparent, 3 summer, Macintosh, 3 summer, any other variety, named 3 fall, any other variety, named, 3

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81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93.

Apples, winter, any other variety, named, 3 Crabapples, Transcendents, 6 Peaches, 3 Pears, any named variety, 3 Apricots, 3 Italian prunes, do not polish, 6 Cherries, pie, sour, 6 Charries, sweet, 6 Grapes, bunches, 6 Plums, any named variety, do not polish, 6 Strawberries, short stems and hulls left on, 6 Raspberries, hulls and cores removed, 6 Dried Fruit, at least 3 kinds

SECTION 6: COLLECTION OF FRUIT Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $5.00, $3.00 & $2.00 94. Collection of tree fruit not less than 4 varieties and no more than 8 varieties, named 95. Collection of small fruits, not less than 4 varieties and no more than 8, named

SECTION 7: SCARECROW CONTEST KEEPER & PERPETUAL TROPHY DONATED BY

ART KNAPPS Entry Fee: 50 cents per entry Prizes $5.00, $3.00 & $2.00 96. Scarecrow, 4 feet to 6 feet tall, free standing, to be judged on originality

This is fun for the whole family SECTION 8: POLE BEAN CONTEST Connie Watt 672-0083 ~ No Entry fee All entry forms must be in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 97. Pole Bean Plant - age kindergarten & grade 1 98. Pole Bean Plant - grades 2, 3 & 4 99. Pole Bean Plant - grades 5, 6 & 7

Prizes will be given for the longest plant and the plant with the most beans. Surprise Prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd in each category Beans will be given out at school with instruction for planting in April


NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO

PART II

ENTRY WILL NOT BE JUDGED IF NOT LABELED.

FARM & HOME PRODUCE

E. Difference between dry and sweet is a specific gravity of 1000. Wines with a SG of less than 1000 are to be classed as "dry". Wines with an SG of 1000 or more are to be classed as "sweet"

JANE MILBURN • Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry • Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50 • All entry forms must be in to the Secretary by August 28, 2007

SECTION 1: EGGS & MEAT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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Eggs, 6 white Eggs, 6 brown Eggs, 6 light brown Eggs, 6 any other color Eggs, 6 in a decorative holder Home cured bacon and ham Cured meat, sausage, etc. not cooked Home smoked fish Jerky

SECTION 2: BUTTER, CHEESE & HONEY 10. Honey, any color, two 55g or pint jars 11. Honey, granulated in clear glass, two 55g or pint jars 12. Beeswax, three cakes not less than 1/4 pound each 13. Frame of Honey, deep or shallow - 1 only 14. Any product made from milk or cream - ie. Butter, yogurt, cheese

SECTION 3: WOOL 15. One fleece unwashed wool. Fleece displayed in a clear plastic bag.

SECTION 4: WINE

GRAPE WINE 16. Red, Dry 17. White, Dry 18. Red or White, Sweet

COUNTRY WINES - (Non-Grape Ingredients) bottles must be labeled 19. Red, Dry 20. White, Dry 21. Red or White, Sweet

KIT WINES 22. Red, Dry 23. White, Dry 24. Red or White, Sweet

AFTER DINNER WINES - and Other Beverages, bottles must be labeled 25. Sherry and Port 26. Liqueur and Brandy 27. Beer: Ale, Stout, Cider

BEST OF SHOW TROPHY RHU CASTLE CUP KEEPER TROPHY NTFF Won in 2006 by Pat Sabiston

A. Wine must be exhibited in a clean, clear 26 oz. or 1 lt. screw cap or corked bottle, except in classes 25, 26 & 27 B. Entry tag will be attached to the bottle. C. All wine and beer must have been fermented by the exhibitor without exception. Only kit wines made off a U-Brew premises (away from a U-Brew premises) may be entered D. Wine base will be stated on entry tag, e.g. apple, grape, strawberry, birch sap,etc. Bottle must be labeled, stating the contents.

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NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO

PART III FIELD CROPS, GRAIN & FODDER JANE MILBURN

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50 • All entry forms must be in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • Entry Form deadline date & entry fee will be different for sections 5 & 6. See Section 7

SECTION 1: GRAIN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Sheaf Sheaf Sheaf Sheaf Sheaf Sheaf Sheaf Sheaf Sheaf

of of of of of of of of of

Grain Field Corn, sheaf is 6 individual plants Timothy, cured Alfalfa, green Red Clover, green Alsike Clover, green Orchard Grass Reed Canary Grass Brome Grass

SECTION 2: FIELD CROPS 10. 3 Field Turnips

SECTION 3: POTATOES 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

5 5 5 5 5

Potatoes, Potatoes, Potatoes, Potatoes, Potatoes,

Netted Gems Warbas Norland a.o.v. Early, named a.o.v. Late, named

SECTION 4: BALED HAY No sample taken for feed analysis

PRIZE MONEY SPONSORED BY PURITY FEED, KAMLOOPS 16. 1 Bale alfalfa hay, 50 pounds or over 17. 1 Bale mixed hay, 50 pounds or over

SECTION 5: BALED HAY Samples taken for feed analysis Entry forms for classes 18, 19 & 20 must be sent in by Aug. 7, 2007 so that a feed analysis test can be done and have the results back in time for the fair. The results will be posted with your entry at the Fair. ENTRY FEE FOR THESE CLASSES IS $10 per entry to help cover the cost of the analysis. Prizes, $15, $12.50, $10 - for each class. PRIZE MONEY SPONSORED BY PURITY FEED, KAMLOOPS FEED ANALYSIS COST SPONSORED BY NOBLE TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT LTD, KAMLOOPS & SURE CROP FEEDS, ENDERBY 18. 1 Bale alfalfa hay, 50 pounds or over 19. 1 Bale mixed hay, 50 pounds or over

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SECTION 6: SILAGE 20. Silage, 1 quart or litre jar with tight fitting lid. Entry must state what silage is made of.

TROPHY AND KEEPER FOR BEST BALE OF HAY DONATED BY ALBERT & MARIE PIVA Won in 2006 by Pam Simpson

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NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO

PART IV SEWING DONNA IRVING • All entry forms are due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50

Sewing Garment Criteria: Creative Criteria 1. 2. 3. 4.

Fabric - should work with the garment style Colours Topstitching - should highlight the overall shape Buttons or closures - should be either focal points or appear neutral

Technical Criteria 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Grainline - determines the drape and fit Seams - Pressed Seam Allowance- trimmed,clipped & finished Hems - even Inside - look as good as the outside Linings - right amount of ease and as accurate as the outer garments.

What Judges Look For In A Prize Winning Quilt • Overall appearance: Both front and back, judges look at both sides • Effective use of colour: Is there visual appeal? Is there original use of colour and design? • Appropriate use of prints: Have a mix of large, medium, small prints, be careful not to overpower some prints with others. • Bindings: Nice, even stitches should be dispersed across the quilt. Make sure there is sufficient quilting over the entire surface of the quilt, and that it is balanced. Don’t leave large unfilled areas. • Machine Quilting: Don’t overdo it. Too much detailed machine quilting obscures the pieced design and can cause quilts to “belly” or “waffle”. Bury the ends of the threads in the quilt. • Cleanliness: No smudges, no pencil lines, no dog or cat hair, and ideally unwashed & unused. • Construction: How well is it put together, are seams straight, do points come together? No floating seams, no pitches in seams, all pieced blocks should lay flat, make sure corners are 90 degrees, etc.

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SECTION 1: EMBROIDERY HAND EMBROIDERY - NO MACHINE 1. One white pillowcase - embroidered 2. One white pillowcase - cross stitched 3. Embroidered scarf or runner 4. Scarf or runner - cross stitched 5. Embroidered tablecloth, up to 42” 6. Embroidered tablecloth, over 42” 7. Cross stitched tablecloth, up to 42” 8. Cross stitched tablecloth, over 42” 9. Embroidered doily or napkin, up to 14” 10. Cross stitched doily or napkin, up to 14” 11. Cushion, embroidered 12. Cushion, cross stitched 13. Cushion, any other needlework 14. Hardanger embroidery - unmounted 15. Crewel embroidery - unmounted 16. Petit Point - unmounted 17. Needle Point - unmounted 18. Cross Stitch - unmounted 19. Any other needlework embroidery - unmounted

MOUNTED NEEDLEWORK ITEMS – JUDGED AS A PICTURE 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Petit Point - mounted Needle Point - mounted Cross Stitch - mounted Plastic canvas embroidery - useful article Plastic canvas embroidery - ornament Any other embroidery not listed

SECTION 2: SEWING 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46.

Lady’s blouse Lady’s skirt, waistband and zipper Lady’s dress- casual style Lady’s dress - formal style Man’s shirt - any fabric Jacket - adult, any fabric Jacket - child’s any fabric Vest - adult’s, any fabric Vest - child’s any fabric Pants - casual, elastic waist Pants - dress, side zipper or zipper fly front Girls dress, any style Girl’s blouse, button front Girl’s skirt, elastic waist Apron - with ties Apron - bib style Xmas stocking Stuffed article, animal Stuffed article, doll Baby outfit any style to 12 months Hat


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SECTION 3: SEWING UP TO 15 YRS 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55.

Shorts Youth Apron, with ties 2 place mats Doll clothes, 1 outfit Bean Bag animal Girls skirt Girls blouse Girls pants Any other article not listed

SECTION 4: THRIFT CLASS 56. 57. 58. 59.

Article of clothing made over Article of clothing made from fabric scraps Recycled - useful article Recycled - decorative article

SECTION 5: 65 YRS AND OVER 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69.

Embroidered tablecloth, any size Quilt, pieced Quilt, purchased panel design Quilt, appliqued Quilt, patch work Quilt, photo blocked Quilt, any not listed Cushion - embroidered Cushion - cross stitched Cushion - quilted

SECTION 6: QUILTS

Prizes: $5, $3, $2 • All entries must be started and completed by one person on a home or domestic machine.

DOUBLE, QUEEN, OR KING

(machine pieced and machine quilted by one person on a home machine) 70. Quilt - Appliqued 71. Quilt - Patch Work 72. Quilt - Purchased Panels 73. Quilt - Templates

MACHINING & WELDING • Spray Welding • Fabricating • Portable Line Boring • Driveline Parts & Repair • Hydraulic Cyl. Manufacture/Repair • Knurling of Feed Rolls • Surface Grinding • General Machining • Sawmill Equipment Manufacturing

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74. 75. 76. 77. 78.

Quilt Quilt Quilt Quilt Quilt

-

Photo Blocks Stack & Whack Pieced Scrap Quilt Not Listed

Hand or machine pieced and hand or machine quilted by one person on a home machine 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87.

Quilt Quilt Quilt Quilt Quilt Quilt Quilt Quilt Quilt

Appliqued Patch work Purchased panels Templates Photo Blocks Stack & Whack Scraps Crazy Not Listed

88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94.

Quilted Quilted Quilted Quilts Quilted Quilted Quilted -

QUILTED ITEMS Placemats, set of two Cushions, any technique Xmas Novelty Mini, any technique Table runner Clothing item Articles not listed

GROUP QUILT 95. Quilt - Two or more persons working on a quilt. (Could be pieced by one person and hand or machine quilted by another per son, may be professionally quilted). CRIB SIZE QUILTS OR WALL HANGINGS OR THROWS Prizes: $5, $3, $2 (machine pieced and machine quilted by one person on a home machine)

Hand or machine pieced and hand or machine quilted by one person on a home machine 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104.

Quilt - Appliqued Quilt - Patchwork Quilt - Purchased Panels Quilt - Paper Piecing Quilt - Templates Quilt - Photo Blocks Quilt - Stacks & Whacks Quilt - Crazy Quilt - Scrap

TWIN SIZE QUILTS 105. Quilts - Childrens any technique 106. Quilts - Adults and technique


NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO

PART V

SECTION 3: AFGHANS Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $5.00, $3.00 & $2.00

CROCHET & KNITTING WALLY KREUTZ • All entry forms are due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • One entry only to each Class

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50

** NOTE: ONLY NEW AND CLEAN ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

33. 34. 35. 36.

SECTION 2: HAND KNITTING 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Lady’s fancy sweater - Cardigan Lady’s fancy sweater - Pullover Man’s sweater Child’s sweater, under 6 years Sweater to fit 8 - 12 years Mitts, adult, 1 pair Indian sweater, any wool Plain socks, 1 pair Slippers, any size Child’s dress, any size Fancy socks, 1 pair Infant’s socks Knitted article, not listed Pancho any Yarn Baby carriage blanket Three piece baby set

Knitted wool, label to be enclosed Crochet wool, label to be enclosed Knitted, acrylic Crochet, acrylic

SECTION 4: 65 YEARS AND OVER No entry fee 37. 38. 39. 40.

SECTION 1: CROCHET WORK 1. One pillowcase, crochet trim 2. Crochet or knitted tablecloth, not less than 36”, any size cotton 3. Doily without linen, unmounted, unstarched 4. Crochet, any article in cotton, mounted or unmounted, starched 5. Crochet, any article not listed, unstarched 6. Crochet, any article, starched 7. Crochet, in wool or synthetic (Not Phentex), any other article 8. Crochet, Phentex, any other article 9. Crochet, broomstick, any article 10. Crochet, bedspread 11. Crochet, wall hanging 12. Crochet, 3 piece baby set 13. Crochet, child’s sweater 14. Crochet, in wool or synthetic (Not Phentex), sweater 15. Crochet, wool or synthetic yarn, any article not listed 16. Crochet, Poncho any yarn

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Crochet article - any kind, cotton Crochet article - any kind, yarn Knitted article - any kind Knitted sock - adult

SECTION 5: HANDICAPPED 41. Crochet - any article 42. Knitted article - any article

SECTION 6: YOUTH (18 YRS. & UNDER) 43. 44. 45. 46.

Any Any Any Any

item item item item

crocheted up to age 10 yrs. crocheted age 11 - 18 yrs. knitted up to age 10 yrs. knitted up age 11 - 18 yrs.

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SECTION 1: JAMS & JELLIES

PART VI HOME CANNING JUDGING STANDARDS MICHELLE KIBBLE • All entry forms are due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • All entries must be labeled and clearly defined on the side or on lid. • Use only canning jars, clean sealers and canning lids only. • JARS MUST BE SEALED – USE OF WAX FOR SEALS OF JAMS OR JELLIES IS NOT ACCEPTABLE • DO NOT top jar with cloth or other decorative covers. The class is not judged on decoration.

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50

JAMS & MARMALADE

Appearance - Pack & Seal Color & Cleanliness Evenness & Distribution of Fruit Interior Texture Flavor

10 10 10

Total

JELLY

Appearance - Pack & Seal Interior Texture Color Clearness Flavor

30 40 100

10

Total

CANNED FRUIT

Appearance - Container & Pack Color of Fruit & Liquid Uniformity, Shape & Size of Solids Texture Flavor Total

20 10 10 50 100

10 10 10 30 40 100

PERPETUAL AGGREGATE TROPHY INGE RAINER MEMORIAL sponsored by KARL & DEB RAINER WON IN 2005 BY HEATHER WIEBE

1. Red currant jelly 2. Black currant jelly 3. Raspberry jelly 4 Crabapple jelly 5. Wild fruit jelly 6. Cherry jam 7. Mint jelly 8. Strawberry jam 9. Strawberry/Rhubarb jam 10. Raspberry jam 11. Plum jam 12. Apricot jam 13. Peach jam 14. Black currant jam 15. Rhubarb jam 16. Wild fruit jam 17. Marmalade, citrus fruit 18. Marmalade, any named variety 19. Mincemeat 20. Grape jelly 21. Jam - Mix of named fruits/berries 22. Blackberry jam 23. Jalepeno jelly

SECTION 2: JAMS & JELLIES MADE WITH HONEY No Sugar Allowed

24. 25. 26. 27.

Strawberry jam Raspberry jam Crabapple jelly Wild Fruit jam, named

SECTION 3: PRESERVED FRUIT MADE WITH HONEY ONLY Jar Size Optional

28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Cherries Peaches Pears Apricots Wild Fruits Applesauce

SECTION 4: JAMS & JELLIES MADE WITH ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS

34. 35. 36. 37. 38.

Strawberry Jam Raspberry Jam Grape Jelly Apricot Jam Wild Fruit Jam, named

SECTION 5: PRESERVED FRUIT USING ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44.

Use Standard Canning Jars

Cherries Peaches Pears Apricots Wild Fruit Applesauce


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SECTION 6: PRESERVED FRUIT JAR SIZE OPTIONAL Use standard size canning jars 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

Apricots Cherries Peaches Pears Raspberries Strawberries Plums Huckleberries Fruit Salad Rhubarb

SECTION 7: HOMEMADE FRUIT JUICES & SYRUPS 55. Fruit Juices (Please name, wild or cultivated. Class will split if enough entries) 56. Fruit Syrups as #55

SECTION 8: CANNED VEGETABLES Jar Size Optional 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62.

Beans Beets Corn, cut from cob Tomatoes Peas Carrots

SECTION 9: CANNED MEAT & FISH Jar Size Optional - Well Sealed Jars 63. 64. 65. 66. 67.

Beef Chicken Fish Wild Game Bear Grease

78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84.

Sweet Mixed Pickles Pickled Carrots Chutney Dill Pickles, could be made previous year cucumber Dill Pickles, any other vegetable Dill Pickles, any other variety Bread & Butter Pickles Antipasto Salsa Pickles any other variety Salad Dressing

SECTION 11: COLLECTIONS Items must be labeled Prizes: $5, $3, $2 The jars must be fastened together with a wire or a strong elastic so the collection stays together. 85. Collection of Jelly, 3 kinds 86. Collection of Jam, 3 kinds 87. Collection of Jam & Jelly, made with honey, 3 kinds 88. Collection of Wild Fruit Jelly, 3 kinds 89. Canned Fruit, cultivated, 4 kinds

* Prizes $5, $3 & $2

90. Canned Fruit, wild, 3 kinds

* Prizes $5, $3 & $2

91. Canned Fruit, done with HONEY ONLY, 3 kinds

* Prizes $5, $3 & $2

92. Collection of Canned Vegetables, 4 kinds

* Prizes $5, $3 & $2 93. Collection of Pickles, 3 kinds

* Prizes $5, $3 & $2 94. Vinegar’s - in decorative bottles, fruit 95. Vinegar’s - in decorative bottles, herbal

SECTION 10: PICKLES & RELISHES Jar Size Optional 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73.

74. 75. 76. 77.

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Relish, any name variety Pickled Beets Mustard Pickles Cucumber Pickles Pickled Onions Sauerkraut

A big Interior welcome to all visitors of the 58th Annual Fall Fair & Rodeo

Betty Hinton, MP 101-1150 Hillside Dr Kamloops

250-851-4991

Kamloops Thompson Cariboo www.bettyhinton.ca


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NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO

PART VII BAKING

KIM FENNELL • All entry forms due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007. • One entry only to each class NO COMMERCIAL MIXES ALLOWED • Cover all entries with plastic bag or plastic wrap - no other covers allowed

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry • Prizes $3, $2 & $1.50

JUDGING STANDARDS FOR GENERAL BAKING

Shape, Uniformity, Size Crust Texture Crumb Moisture Color Lightness Flavor & Aroma

Total

10 10 10 10 5 5 10 40 100

SECTION 1 1. Loaf White Bread 2. Loaf Sour Dough No Yeast 3. Loaf Brown Bread - 100% whole wheat 5. Loaf Multi-Grain Bread 6. Loaf Rye Bread - 60% Rye Flour 7. Loaf Raisin Bread 8. Plain Buns, 3 9. Fancy Buns, sweet dough, 3 10. Cinnamon Rolls, 3, no raisins, made from sweet dough 11. Plain Baking Powder Biscuits, eggless, 3 12. Scones with raisins or currants, 3 13. Bannock - baked or fried, 3 14. Bran Muffins, plain, 3 15. Doughnuts, bread, 3 16. Cream Puffs, unfilled, 3 17. Date and Nut Loaf 18. Banana Nut Loaf 19. Corn Bread (Johnny Cake) 20. Zucchini Loaf, nuts and raisins only 21. Gingerbread - 8” square 23. Mincemeat pie, pastry crust, no mixes 24. Apple Pie, pastry crust, no mixes 25. Lemon Pie, pastry crust, no mixes 26. Pumpkin Pie, pastry crust, no mixes 27. Any other Berry Pie, pastry crust, no mixes 28. Blueberry Pie, pastry crust, no mixes 29. Butter Tarts, 3 30. Lemon Tarts, 3 31. White Cake, iced 32. Chocolate Cake, iced 33. Applesauce Cake, uniced, not in pan 34. Pound Cake

35. Light Fruit Cake, uniced 36. Dark Fruit Cake, uniced 37. Angel Food Cake, uniced 38. Chiffon Cake, uniced 39. Jelly Roll 40. Decorated Cake suitable for child’s birtday, no purchased decorations except candles. Displayed on flat board. 41. Decorative Cake suitable for adult party or special occasion. No purchased decorations 42. Decorated Cake, such as doll cake, wedding cake, etc. Styrofoam forms permitted. 43. Matrimonial Cake 44. Marble Cake, iced 45. Crumb Cake 46. Vegetable Cake 47. Fancy Baked Cookies, 3 48. Drop Cookies, 3 49. Unbaked Cookies, 3 50. Shortbread Cookies, 3 51. Icebox Cookies, 3 52. Peanut Butter Cookies, 3 53. Gingersnaps, 3 54. Oatmeal Cookies, 3 55. Fancy Squares, 3 pieces 56. Brownies, Fudge, 3 pieces 57. Brownies, Cake, 3 pieces 58. Candy, any kind, 3 pieces

SECTION 2: BAKING WITH HONEY ONLY No sugar allowed 59. 60. 61. 62. 63.

Loaf of White Bread Loaf of Brown Bread, 60% whole wheat flour Bran Muffins, 3 Drop Cookies, 3 Spice Cake, uniced

SECTION 3: MACHINE-MADE BREAD 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69.

White Whole Wheat Multi-Grain Bread made with Honey Buns, White 3 Buns, Whole Wheat 3

SECTION 4: BAKING WITH ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER 70. Cake 71. Cookies, 3 72. Any other baked good

SECTION 5: GLUTEN FREE BAKING 73. 74. 75. 76. 77.

Muffins Fruit or vegetable loaf/cake Cookies, 3 Fancy Squares, 3 pieces Baking Powder Biscuits


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SECTION 6: YEAR 2006 COUNTRY FAIR BAKING (C.F.B.) CONTEST Rules and regulations * All entrants into the contests must submit entries that were made using the sponsor’s product. * A product label must accompany each entry, as proof of purchase. Dr Oetker will require only one proof of purchase from either Dr Oetker Original Vanilla or Baking Powder. * All entries will be judged on appearance, texture and creativity of recipe and presentation. Decision of the fair judge(s) will be final. * Winners’ name and address must be submitted with each entry. * All first place winners must submit recipe, proof of purchase, photograph and signed release from giving permission to the sponsors for use of the winners’ name, recipe and/or photograph in any other advertising or publicity without payment. 78. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR

Best Family Favorite Recipte Contest 1st Place - $20 Gift Certifdicate 2nd Place - $10 Gift Certificate

Best homemade cake, muffin, cookie or pie in category as select by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. 79. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR

Beginners Best Lunchbox Snack 1st Place- $10

Best homemade squares or bas, junior division. 12 yrs and younder. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity.

82. DR. OETKER

Baking Contest 1st Place - $12 plus Gift Prize 2nd Place - $8 plus Gift Prize Best homemade cake or cookie using Dr. Oetker Vanilla Sugar or Baking Powder as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity 83. TENDERFLAKE

Best Pie Contest 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place - Gift Prize Best homemade pie in category as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity 84. MAZLO & BEE HIVE

80. FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST

Open Bread Contest 1st Place $12 plus Gift Prize 2nd Place - $8 plus Gift Prize Best homemade bread in category, selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. 81. FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST

"Youth" Best Bread Contest 1st Place - $10

Best homemade bread from contestant under age 16. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity.

Best Baking Contest 1st Place - $12 plus Gift Prize 2nd Place - $8 plus Gift Prize Best homemade pie, muffins, sticky buns, or cake loaf in category as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity 85. CRISCO

Best Family Favourite Recipte Baking Contest 1st Place - $20 Gift Certificate 2nd Place - $10 Gift Certificate Best Homemade Muffins, Tarts or Pies in category as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity.


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PART VIII FLOWERS DIANE BLOOMFIELD, DODIE LYSAK & HEATHER WIEBE • Flower entries ONLY will be accepted until 8:30 am, Sat., Sept. 1, 2007 • Exhibitors must supply own containers • No artificial flowers or foliage • Unlimited entries

Entry Fee - 50 Cents per entry Prizes $3, $2 & $1.50 PERPETUAL AGGREGATE TROPHY LEONE WOODWARD MEMORIAL

SECTION 1: CUT FLOWERS Roses If entry calls for 1 bloom, all side buds must be removed 1. Rose, any variety, 1 bloom with foliage 2. Fragrant rose, shown in a bowl or a snifter sealed with plastic wrap covering the opening, to be removed at time of judging only. Rose will be judged for fragrance only. 3. Rose, Hybrid Tea, 1 bloom 4. Rose, Any variety, 1 bud, outer petals just starting to unfurl 5. Climber, 1 spray 6. Miniature rose, 1 spray

Annuals 7. Marigolds, large, over 7cm, 4 stems, one variety 8. Marigolds, medium, 4-7cm, 6 stems, one variety 9. Marigolds, small, under 4cm, 6 stems, one variety 10. Marigolds, any size, 6 stems, mixed variety 11. Zinnias a. Dwarf, any variety, 3 blooms with own foliage b. Giant, any variety, 3 blooms with own foliage c. Cactus, any variety, 3 blooms with own foliage 12. Salvia, 6 spikes, any colour 13. Sweet Peas, with foliage a. Single colour, 3 stems b. Mixed colours, 3 stems 14. Sweet Peas, no foliage a. Single colour, 3 stems b. Mixed colours, 3 stems 15. Pansies, single variety, 6 stems

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16. Pansies, mixed varieties, 6 stems 17. Sunflowers, large, over 15cm - 1 bloom with own foliage 18. Sunflower, medium, 12 - 15cm - 3 blooms with own foliage, mixed varieties 19. Snapdragons, single spike, any variety 20. Snapdragons, 3 spikes, mixed varieties 21. Asters, 3 stems, same size and colour 22. Asters, 4 stems, any size, different colours 23. Petunias, single, single variety, 4 stems with own foliage 24. Petunias, double, single variety, 4 stems with own foliage a. purple b. red c. any other colour nor mentioned here 25. Calendula, single variety, 4 stems with own foliage 26. Cosmos, single variety, 4 stems with own foliage 27. Nasturtiums, single variety, 4 stems with own foliage 28. Annuals, open class, mixed varieties, 4 stems

Dahlias & Gladioli 29. Dahlia, Decorative, 3 blooms 30. Dahlia, Cactus, 1 bloom, Ribbon for best in show 31. Dahlia, Ball, 3 blooms 32. Dahlia, Decorative, 1 bloom, over 20 cm 33. Dahlia, Decorative, 1 bloom, under 20 cm 34. Dahlia, Semi-Cactus, 1 bloom 35. Dahlia, Cactus, 1 bloom, over 15 cm 36. Dahlia, Cactus, 1 bloom, under 15 cm 37. Dahlia, single variety, 1 bloom 38. Dahlia, Ball, 3 blooms, over 10 cm 39. Dahlia, Ball, 3 blooms, under 10 cm 40. Dahlia, Pom Pom, 3 blooms, not over 5 cm

Suggestion for entering Gladioli - judges look for: 1/3 bud, 1/3 semi open, 1/3 open in 1 stem

41. Gladioli, single spike, small, 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 inch flowers (when measured across) 42. Gladioli, single spike, medium, 3 1/2 - 4 1/2 inch flowers 43. Gladioli, single spike, large, 4 1/2 5 1/2 inch flowers

Perennials & Everlastings 44. Perennials, open class, single variety, 3 blooms with own foliage 45. Herbal Plant, named variety 46. Viola, 3 stems wih own foliage 47. Everlastings, open class, single variety 3 stems 48. Everlastings, open class, mixed varieties, 3 stems


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SECTION 2: POTTED PLANTS Use appropriate containers; greenery may be used; ribbons, bows, and appropriate accessories may be used; arrangements may not exceed 70cm in height or width, including container. 49. “Purple Passion” - cut flower arrangement in shades of purple 50. “Peaches & Cream” - cut flower arrangement using peach and white 51. “Autumn Splendor” - cut flower arrangement using red, orange and yellow 52. “It’s a Small World” - miniature cut flower arrangement, not over 10 cm in height or width, including container 53. “Tea Time” - arrangement in a cup and saucer 54. “Theme of the NTFF” - Foliage any arrangement 55. “Company’s Coming” - table centerpiece using cut flowers 56. “Thanksgiving Arrangement” - may add ornaments 57. “Winter Wonderland” 58. “Birthday Arrangement” - flower of the month Sept, Oct, etc. 59. “Mixed Melody��� arrangement of flowers and two or more roadside weeds, grasses, ferns

SECTION 3: POTTED PLANTS 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

Geranium Begonia, tuberous Begonia, fibrous Coleus - 1 plant Dish Garden (open container, featuring a variety of plants maximum of 5 includ ing cactus and succulents) 65. Desert Garden - open container featuring cactus and succulents 66. Potted indoor foliage plant

67. Potted indoor flowering plant - must have flowers showing 68. African Violet 69. Outdoor fragrent plant 70. Outdoor patio planter a. Foliage (no flowers) b. Flowering 71. Mixed planter - 3 to 5 plants 72. Succulent - 2 plants, any genus, species or cultivar (jade plants, hen & chicks, aloe, etc.) 73. Herbs - grown in its own pot or container, 3 or more, and named 74. Plant - any other variety, named (and not listed in this section)

SECTION 4: OUTDOOR FLOWERING HANGING BASKET CONTEST WENDY MCDERMOTT - 672-0069 • All Entry forms due in to the Secretary by Tuesday August 28, 2007 • Unlimited number of entries allowed

Entry Fee - $1 per entry Prizes - 1st Place $50.00 2nd & 3rd Place Gift Certficates 75. Outdoor Flowering Hanging Basket All entries will be judged on appearance. They must be an outdoor flowering hanging basket. Judging will be done at 10:00 am Saturday September 1st by Fall Fair Judges. The baskets will be placed around the grounds to help decorate the fair. The baskets shall be left on the fair grounds until after 6:00 pm Monday but must be removed no later than noon Tuesday.

CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANT

The Fair will not be responsible for any loss or damage.

Toll Free 1-800-846-9190 • 672-9921 Fax • 672-5898 email: carolpatton@telus.net Box 890, Barriere, BC , V0E 1E0

The Hanging Baskets must be brought to the Fair Information Booth on Firday, August 31, 2007 between the hours of 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. All entries must be registered with the Secretary prior to delivery.

CAROL PATTON, CGA


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PART IX HOBBIES BOB STIRLING • All entry forms due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • Only one entry per class • Work entered in previous Fall Fairs is not permitted.

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50

SECTION 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Leather Work, purse Leather Work, wallet Leather Work, belt Leather Work, any other article not listed Pottery, any article Fabric Printing, any article Carving of any other material not listed (soap, soapstone, wax, etc.) 8. Clocks, burl or other wood 9. Tables, burl 10. Assembled Model (plane, boat, car, etc.) kit 11. Assembled Model (plane, boat, car, etc.) not a kit 12. Mosaic Tile Article, not kit 13. Stained Glass, window hanging 14. Stained Glass, any other piece 15. Etching on glass, any piece 16. Metal Craft (tooling, welding, etching, etc.) 18. Fly Tying - Wet. 3 flies 19. Macramé, wall hanging 20. Macramé, chair 21. String Art, any article 22. Plastic Canvas, useful article 23. Plastic Canvas, decorative article 24. Dressed Doll, fancy costume, hand crafted by exhibitor 25. Dressed Doll, authentic costume, hand crafted by exhibitor 26. Dressed Barbie Doll, hand crafted by exhibitor 27. Calligraphy, any article 28. Card Print 29. Papertole, flower, framed 30. Papertole, feathering, framed 31. Papertole, any other kind not listed, framed 32. Rice Paper, any article

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33. Mobile, (quilted, wood, plastic, etc.) not kit 34. Flowers, hand crafted (cloth, plastic, etc.) 35. Flowers, preserved (dried, pressed, waxed, etc.) in display 36. Artificial Flower Corsage 37. Artificial Flower Table Arrangement 38. Table Lamp, other than wood, not kit 39. Table Center, other than Christmas, not kit 40. Hand Crafted Candle, hand dipped 41. Hand Crafted Candle, using mold 42. Hand Crafted Candle, rolled beeswax 43. Porcelain Painting, (plate, cup & saucer, etc.) 44. Thrift Craft Article, (dough art, egg carton, paper-maché, etc.) 45. Soft Sculpture, any article (recycled nylons, etc.) not kit 46. Puppet, 2 different kinds 47. Tole Painting, on any article (wood, tin, etc.) 48. Covered Photo Album 49. Miscellaneous Hand Crafted Item, not listed in any other section, 12 inches and under 50. Miscellaneous Hand Crafted Item, not listed in any other section, 13 inches and over

SECTION 2: WOOD WORK 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58.

Wood Carving Wood Inlay Wood, any article, pertaining to a child Wood, any article, furniture Wood, any article, useful Wood Turned Piece Wood Table Lamp Wood, any article not listed, miscellaneous small 59. Wood, any article not listed, miscellaneous large

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SECTION 3: NATIVE CRAFTS 60. Buckskin Clothing, any article, plain 61. Buckskin Clothing, any article, beaded 62. Beaded Jewelry, any article, displayed on suitable holder 63. Bead Work, any article not listed 64, Birch Bark, basket 65. Birch Bark, any other article 66. Tanned Buckskin 67. Dream Catcher, under 6” in diameter 68. Dream Catcher, over 6” in diameter 69. Any other article not listed

SECTION 4: HANDICAPPED 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80.

Leather Work, any article Stuffed Toy Wood Work, any article Table Center Painting, any media Macramé, any article Ceramics, any article Wall Hanging, any material Hooked Rug Weaving Any other article not listed

SECTION 5: COLLECTIONS 81. Collection, salt & pepper shaker, (no less than 5 pairs, no more than 10 pairs - displayed on suitable tray) 82. Collection, spoons, displayed on suitable holder 83. Collection, dressed dolls, in national dress (no less than 5, no more than 10) 84. Collection, bottles, (no less than 5, no more than 10), 5 inches and under 85. Collection, bottles, (no less than 5, no more than 10) , 6 inches and over 86. Collection, any other kind not listed (no less than 5, no more than 10 - displayed on suitable holder, tray, etc.) Small 1” x 1” and under 87. Collection, any other kind not listed (no less than 5, no more than 10 - displayed on suitable holder, tray, etc.) Size 2” x 2” and under. 88. Collection, any other kind not listed (no less than 5, no more than 10 - displayed on suitable holder, tray, etc.) Size over 2”x2”

SECTION 6: CERAMICS 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94.

Ceramics, Ceramics, Ceramics, Ceramics, Ceramics, Ceramics,

any any any any any any

article, stains article, under glaze and glaze article, Mother of Pearl & Gold article, chalking article, glazed article not listed

SECTION 7: SPINNING 95. 96. 97. 98.

Knitted article of homespun Woven article of homespun Skein of handspun fiber Homespun, any article not listed

SECTION 8: WEAVING 99. Garment 100. Table Ware 101. Rug 102. Wall Hanging 103. Weaving, any other article

SECTION 9: CHRISTMAS 104. Christmas, wall decoration, any material 105. Christmas, tree decoration, any material, 1 only 106. Christmas, table decorations, any material 107. Christmas, wreath, dried and or artificial material 108. Christmas, swag or garland, dried and or artificial material 109. Christmas, table linen (placemats, runner, napkins, etc.) 110. Christmas, tree skirt, any material 111. Christmas, any other article not listed

SECTION 10: RECYCLED MATERIAL 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117.

Plastic Yarn Metal, cans, etc. Fabric Wood Any items not listed


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SECTION 11: WALL HANGINGS 118. Wall Hanging, 119. Wall Hanging, work, etc.) 120. Wall Hanging, 121. Wall Hanging,

using cones, seed, etc. in hoop (quilted, needle framed under glass any other article not listed

SECTION 12: TUBE PAINTING 122. Tube Painting, miscellaneous item, small 123. Tube Painting, miscellaneous item, large

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SECTION 13: HAND PAINTING 124. 125. 126. 127.

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Skulls T-shirts Saw Blades Unframed Art Work

SECTION 14: JEWELLRY 128. Earrings 129. Necklace 130. Any other Jewellry

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PART SP

BC FAIRS SPECIAL SECTION 1: MEMBER'S CHOICE AWARD • All entry forms due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • Winning entries will be taken to the BC Fair's convention in October

The Exhibit Hall will be open for the placing of exhibits 10:00am to 8pm, Thursday August 30 & Friday, August 31 & 7am to 8:45am, Saturday, September 1, 2007.

ALL WORKS MUST BE FRAMED AND READY TO HANG - EXCEPT SCULPTURES - OR WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. ALL UNFRAMED WORK IS LISTED UNDER HOBBIES © Canadian Copyright laws prohibit exhibition, displaying or selling of art work that has been copied from published sources: i.e. photos, calendars, magazines, etc.

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50 1. Scrapbook Page A pictures is worth a thousand words, so what better way to "tell" us about your fair than with pictures. Using pictures and scrapbook accessories, mounted on a 12" x 12" photo page (one side), show off your fair.. the events, the people, the animals, the excitement! Ensure the page is covered with a page protector 2. Shadow Box Display your memories of a day at the fair by putting together a shadow box collection of memorabilia (maximum size 11" x 17"). Items can include prize ribbons, ticket stubs, photos, collector pins, etc. You are not limited to items listed here. Let the exhibitors use their imaginations. 3. Christmas Tree Ornament Any unique handcrafted festive Christmas ornament for a tree. Any medium may be used such as crocheted. beaded, modge podge or painted, etc.

PART X FINE ARTS YELLOWHEAD ARTISTS BOB BAMBRICK • All entry forms due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • Two entries allowed per class. • Work shown in previous Fall Fairs not allowed.

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50

SECTION 1: FRAMED 2 dimensional art work, open to any age 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Landscape, North Thompson area, any media Landscape, any media Florals, any media Portraits, any media Animal, any media Open, any other subject, any media Cartoon, any subject, any media

SECTION 2: JUNIOR CLASS Framed, 2 dimensional work (Open to persons up to and including 12 years of age), above rules apply 8. Open, any subject, any media

SECTION 3: INTERMEDIATE CLASS Framed, 2 dimensional work (Open to persons 13 to 18 years of age), above rules apply 9. Open, any subject, any media

SECTION 4: OVER 65 CLASS Framed, 2 dimensional work 10. Open, any subject, any media

SECTION 5: SCULPTURES 11. Sculptures


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HALL EXHIBIT ENTRY FORM NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO Box 873, Barriere, B.C. V0E 1E0 Please read Rules For Exhibitors on Pages 14, and rules in appropriate Parts before filling out this form. Thank you. ALL HALL ENTRY FORMS - EXCEPT FLOWERS - MUST BE IN TO THE SECRETARY NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, AUG. 28/07 EXHIBITOR NAME MAILING ADDRESS

POSTAL CODE PART VII

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SECTION 1

CLASS 31

DESCRIPTION AS IN CATALOGUE White Layere Cake, Iced

ALL ENTRY FEES GO TOWARDS PRIZE MONEY Please pick up prize money for winning entries at Treasurer's Office during the fair on Sunday and Monday. Unclaimed prizes totaling less than $10 will be considered a donation to the fair.

ENTRY FEE as listed

SUBTOTAL EXHIBITOR FEE TOTAL DUE PAID

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Class Description of entry, as in

Birth Date Yr. Mo. Day

totaling less than $10 will be considered a donation to the fair.

Rabbits age 6-9 mos. over 9 mos.

4-H Members age as of Dec. 31

POSTAL CODE PHONE CLUB NAME (4-H ONLY)

EXHIBITOR MAILING ADDRESS

(Parent or Guardian)

Sex Horse Entries of Junior Entry Intermediate

Please pick up prize money for winning entries at Treasurer's Office during the fair on Sunday and Monday. Unclaimed prizes

No Exhibitor fee required for 4-H members in 4-H classes only

All Entry Fees Go Towards Prize Money ALL LIVESTOCK ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2007

LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM

Box 873, Barriere, B.C. V0E 1E0

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PART XI PHOTOGRAPHY ANJA MITCHELL • All entry forms due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • Unlimited number of entries.

Entry Fee - 50 Cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50

ALL PHOTOS MUST BE MOUNTED ONLY ON PAPER PRODUCTS , MAT MOUNTS, ART PAPER OR ANY PAPER OF SUITABLE COLOUR MAY BE USED. MAXIMUM 2” so we don't put pins into your photos BORDER FOR ENLARGEMENTS & 1” FOR PHOTOS, NO GLASS, NO FRAMES, NO DECORATIONS. NO TEXT conventional & digital photos will be judged in same class Enlargement - Minimum 5” x 7”, Maximum 16” x 20”.

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4. Colour enlargement - Nature 5. Colour enlargement - Agriculture 6. Colour enlargement - Landscape & Pictorial 7. Colour enlargement - Animals 8. Colour enlargement - People 9. Colour enlargement - Any other subject 10. Colour photo - Nature 11. Colour photo - Agriculture 12. Colour photo - Landscape and Pictorial 13. Colour photo - Animals 14. Colour photo - People 15. Colour photo - Travel 16. Colour photo - Panoramic 17. Colour photo - Humor 18. Colour photo - The Previous Fall Fair 19. Colour photo - Any Other Subject 20. Colour Photo - 3 or more photos- story or any subject 21. Colour Photo - Computer enhanced

SECTION 2: JUNIOR (14 YRS. & UNDER) 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

Black & White enlargement Colour enlargement - any subject Black & White photo - any subject Colour photo - Landscape and Pictorial Colour photo - People Colour photo - Animals and Nature Colour photo - Any Other Subject Colour photo - 3 or more photos - story or any subject 30. Colour or Black & White - Computer Enhanced

SECTION 3: SCRAPBOOKING (SINGLE PAGE ONLY) 31. Open 32. Junior

Snapshots - Maximum 4” x 6” (Jumbo Prints - not cut down enlargements)

A ROSETTE RIBBON WILL BE AWARDED FOR THE “BEST IN SHOW”

SECTION 1: OPEN

Previously entered photographs or otherwise noneligible photographs will be accepted for display only (no entry fee).

1. Black & White enlargement - any subject 2. Black & White photo - any subject 3. Black & White photo - Computer enhanced


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PART XIII BOYS AND GIRLS/ SCHOOLWORK JODI SCHILLING • All entry forms due in to the Secretary by Tuesday, August 28, 2007 • All work or projects must have been completed since the 2006 Fall Fair.

• Use your imagination to create something unique with vegetables (fruit may be used in the theme) • Please give your creation an amusing name! • Must be displayed on a base, no larger than 12” x 12” • No man made materials 20. 7 years and under 21. 8 to 14 years

SECTION 5: HOBBIES

HANK SEARLE MEMORIAL

22. Crayon Picture 23. Finger Painting 24. Self Portrait 25. Playdough Creation 26. Lego Creation - No Kits - Must be displayed on a base, no larger than 12”x18”. No overhang 27. Collage 28. Collections - Must have a written explanation with a little background information on what you have collected. 29. Recyclables - Item created using recycled materials 30. Miscellaneous - for those who can’t find a category to enter their creation

CHILDREN 14 AND UNDER (No commercial mixes allowed) Must be covered in plastic wrap. Chocolate Cake, iced Baking Powder Biscuits, 3 Unbaked Cookies, 3 Drop Cookies, 3 Peanut Butter Cookies, 3 Decorated Cake Decorated Cupcake. 3

SECTION 2: VEGETABLES CHILDREN 14 AND UNDER 8. Potatoes, not over 7 inches, 5 9. Carrots, half longs, 5 10. Ears of Corn, yellow, 5 11. Cucumbers, slices, 2 12. Zucchini 13. Grow your own Gourd - judged on shape & size

SECTION 3: FLOWERS CHILDREN 14 AND UNDER 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

SECTION 4: VEGETABLE CREATION

Entry Fee - 50 cents per entry Prizes $3.00, $2.00 & $1.50

SECTION 1: BAKING

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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14. Marigolds, small, 6 stems, under 6 cm Marigolds, large, 6 stems, over 6 cm Asters, 6 stems Sweet Peas, four colours, 2 stems each Snapdragons, 3 spikes Floral Arrangement

CHILDREN 5 AND UNDER

CHILDREN 6 - 10 31. Pencil Sketch - no pencil crayons 32. Painting, 8 1/2” x 11” - using any media 33. Bead Work 34. Homemade Candle 35. Ceramics . 36. Lego Creation - No Kits - Must be displayed on a base, no larger than 12” x 18”. No overhang. 37. Paper Maché 38. Scrapbooking - Single page only 39. Wall Hanging 40. Collage 41. Computer Generated Art 42. Woodwork 43. Collections - Must have a written explanation with a little background information on what you’ve collected. 44. Recyclables - Item created using recycled materials 45. Photography - 4” x 6” print, your favorite 46. Miscellaneous - for those who can’t find a category to enter their creation


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SECTION 6: SCHOOL WORK

CHILDREN 11 - 14 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52.

53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.

61. 62. 63. 64. 65.

Pencil Sketch - no pencil crayons Painting, 8 1/2” x 11”, using any media Bead Work Homemade Candle Ceramics Lego Creation - No Kits - Must be displayed on a base, no larger than 12” x 18”. No overhang. Paper Maché Scrapbooking - single page only Wall Hanging Collage Computer Generated Art Woodwork - machined Woodwork - hand crafted Collections - Must have a written explanation with a little background information on what you’ve collected. Recyclables - Item created using recycled materials Photography - 4” x 6” print, your favorite Soap Carving Any Sewn Article Miscellaneous - for those who can’t find a category to enter their creation

KINDERGARTEN

66. Seasonal Art Project 67. Printing 68. Group Project

GRADES 1 & 2

69. Seasonal Art Project 70. Printing & Writing 71. Group project

GRADES 3 & 4

72. Art Project,(clay, wooden or drawings) 73. Hand Written Short Story or Poem 74. Science or Heritage Fair Project

GRADES 5, 6 & 7

75. Art Project,(clay, wooden or drawings) 76. Hand Written Short Story or Poem 77. Science or Heritage Fair Project

78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84.

GRADES 8-12

Picture Any Media Art Metal Wood Working Clay Jewelry Computer Art, (Original) Short Story or Poem

PART XV School Work

GROUP PROJECTS MARIE WILSON & BARB DENTON • Entries to be in the hands of the Secretary by Friday, August 10, 2007

Entry Fee - $1 per entry Prizes: $10, $7, $5 & $3

BC LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION

Limit of 12 bazaar articles to be displayed in a space 30” x 45”, with wall space behind. All articles are to be made by group members.

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SCORECARD FOR JUDGING:

Suitability of Articles for Bazaar (5 points for each article) Workmanship (10 points for each article) Arrangement Total

60 120 20 200


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PART XVII CHURCH, WOMEN’S GROUPS & INSTITUTES MARIE WILSON & BARB DENTON • Entries to be in the hands of the Secretary by Friday, August 10, 2007 • Extra items and decorations not allowed. • Plain paper or cloth background may be used. • All items to be hand done.

Entry Fee - $1 per entry Prizes: $12.50, $10, $7.50 & $5

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20

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20

Girl's cotton sleeveless dress, size 5

20

Crochet Doily, size 10 Ecru cotton, 10" - 12" hand done

20

Sliced Peaches, 1 pint

20

Pickled beets, 1 pint

20

Rasberry Jam 8 oz Jar (not freezer jam)

20

Wild Berry Jelly, 8 oz Jar (named)

20

Pumpkin Spice Cake, bundt pan, your choice of topping

20

1 Loaf Whole Wheat Raisin Bread, Oven Baked

20

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20

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DID YOU KNOW?

Potato Trivia

A figure of speech... The Irish referred to potatoes as “spuds,” the name that came from a type of spade used for digging potatoes. The word “pothole” which we use to describe a hole in the road came from the Irish. The boiled their daily meal of potatoes in a pot. When the potatoes were finished cooking, the pot was lifted off the fire and set on the ground to cool. In the process of mashing the potatoes, the pot would be pushed into the ground. In time, a deep hole would develop, a pothole! A couch potato -- someone who is glued to the TV and never exercises He’s a cold potato -- someone who is not warmspirited

Free Three days of FREE Workshops for Women attending the 58th Annual North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo.

Ladies - This is your chance to take advantage of a full schedule of workshops that deliver training and informational opportunities that empower women in agriculture. Learn how to grow your own produce, supply better nutrition to your families, or find find out about opportunities to market your products. Facilitators will offer a wide range of experience and information – and all at NO COST! Sponsored by the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association in partnership with the Women in Agriculture Initiative of the Agri-Food Futures Fund.

“Little pigs eat great potatoes.” An Irish saying. • Today potatoes are grown in all 50 states of the USA and in about 125 countries throughout the world. • The sweet potato belongs in the same family as morning glories while the white potato belongs to the same group as tomatoes, tobacco, chili pepper, eggplant and the petunia. • The average American eats about 124 pounds of potatoes per year while Germans eat about twice as much. • In 1974, an Englishman named Eric Jenkins grew 370 pounds of potatoes from one plant. • Thoman Jefferson gets the credit for introducing “French Fries” to America when he served them at a White House dinner.

GROWING VEGETABLES: How to yield optimum production, companion gardening, economical and nutritious benefits for the family, opportunities at farmers markets; working with the community. FLORICULTURE: How to set up a flower garden, suitable varieties for the area, growing cut flowers, market opportunities. FRUIT TREES: Taking care of fruit trees, suitable types for growing in the area, how and when to harvest for the best results, marketing, advantages of growing your own fruit pertaining to economics and nutrition. ORGANIC GARDENING: The benefits and opportunities of organic gardening. WOMEN IN FORESTRY: Employment opportunities for women in the agricultural area of forestry. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY: Employment opportunities for women in the agricultural area of animal husbandry. AGRI-TOURISM: Information and ideas on how to access employment opportunities in the area of agri-tourism.

Women in Agriculture Initiative Workshops will run 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily in the lounge of the Exhibit Hall. For more information or to pre-register and guarantee yourself a seat call Jill Hayward at 672-0055. *Note: Workshop Schedule may change at the discretion of the organizers.


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PART XVIII POULTRY AL FAGG Birds may be brought in Friday afternoon and evening and must be at the Fall Fair no later than 9:00 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007. Entries close Friday, August 10, 2007 and must be sent to the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stirling, Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0

Entry Fee - 50¢ per entry - Prizes: $3.00, $2,00 & $1.50 All Poultry Exhibitors must have Exhibitor Ticket of $7 or Membership Ticket. Either ticket entitles holder to admittance to the Fair. An exhibitor may have more than one entry per class. The Fair will supply feed and only the Fair Committee will feed the entries in all sections.

~ TROPHIES ~ GRAND CHAMPION STANDARD DONATED BY UNI FEED • BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX STANDARD DONATED BY COUNTRY FEEDS • BEST OF OPPOSITE BANTAM DONATED BY JOHN & DONNA KIBBLE * GORDON SARRISON MEMORIAL BEST OF SHOW

Ribbons: First, Second, Third Judging time: 10:00 am Saturday, September 1, 2007 Extra classes will be made in each section if necessary. Please see Section 10 for Youth Classes

SECTION 1: STANDARD FOWL - CLASS NO. Cock

Hen

Cockerel

Pullet

Type

101 105 109 113 117 121 129 133 137 141 145 149 153 157 161 165 169 173 177 181

102 106 110 114 118 122 130 134 138 142 146 150 154 158 162 166 170 174 178 182

103 107 111 115 119 123 131 135 139 143 147 151 155 159 163 167 171 175 179 183

104 108 112 116 120 124 132 136 140 144 148 152 156 160 164 168 172 176 180 184

Aracanus Australop A.C. Brahma A.C. Cochin A.C. Cornish A.C. Hamburg A.C. Jersey Giants Leghorn, white Leghorn A.O.C. Houdan New Hampshire A.C. Orpington, Buff Orpington A.O.C. Plymouth Rock, Barred Plymouth Rock A.O.C. Polish A.C. Rhode Island Red Sussex A.C. Wyandotte A.C. A.O.B.


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SECTION 2: BANTAMS - CLASS NO. Cock 300 304 308 320 324 328 332 336 340 344 348 352 356 360 364 368 380 384

Hen 301 305 309 321 325 329 333 337 341 345 349 353 357 361 365 369 381 385

Cockerel 302 306 310 322 326 330 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 382 386

Pullet 303 307 311 323 327 331 335 339 343 347 351 355 359 363 367 371 383 387

Type Brahma A.C. Cochin A.C. Cornish A.C. Game A.O.C. Hamburg A.C. Japanese A.C. Leghorn A.C. Millefleur Minorca Plymouth Rock, Barred Plymouth Rock, A.O.C. Polish A.C. Rhode Island Red Rosecomb A.O.C. Sebright, golden Sebright, silver Silkies, A.O.C. Any Other Variety

SECTION 3: UTILITY OR CROSS BREEDS Light Breeds - under 5 lbs. • Medium Breeds - 5 to 7 lbs. • Heavy Breeds - 7 lbs. and over Cock 501 505 509 513

Hen 502 506 510 514

Cockerel 503 507 511 515

Pullet 504 508 512 516

Type Light Breeds Medium Breeds Heavy Breeds Bantams

SECTION 4: TURKEYS - CLASS NO. Tom 517 519 521

Hen 518 520 522

Type Bronze White Holland A.O.B.

SECTION 5: GEESE LIGHT - CLASS NO. Gander 523 525

Goose 524 526

Type Chinese Egyptian

GEESE MEDIUM - CLASS NO. Gander 527 Gander 529 531

Goose 528 Goose 530 532

Type Buff Type Pilgrim A.O.B.

GEESE HEAVY - CLASS NO. Gander 533 535 537 539

Goose 534 536 538 540

Type African Emben Toulouse A.O.B.


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SECTION 6: DUCKS BANTAM Drake 557 561 565 569 573

Duck 558 562 566 570 574

Young Drake 559 563 567 571 575

Young Duck 560 564 568 572 576

Call A.O.C. Bantam A.O.B. Indian Runner, A.O.C. Khaki Campbell Magpie, A.C.

MEDIUM Drake 577 581

Duck 578 582

Young Drake 579 583

Drake 585 589 593 597 601

Duck 586 590 594 598 602

Young Drake 587 591 595 599 603

605 606

Old Young

HEAVY

Young Duck 580 Medium A.O.B. 584 Crested, A.C.

Young 588 592 596 600 604

Duck Heavy A.O.B. Muscovy, White Muscovy,Colored Pekin Rouen

SECTION 7: PHEASANTS

SECTION 8: GUINEA HENS, A.V. 607 608

Old Young

SECTION 9: CHUCKERS 609 610

Old Young

SECTION 10: YOUTH CLASSES FANCY SHOW TYPE BIRD

Hen 611

Cock 612

Hen 615 619. 620. 621. 622. 623.

Cock 616 Best Best Best Best Best

Cockeral 613

UTILITY BIRD Cockeral 617

Pullet 614

Pullet 618

Turkey Duck Goose Pheasant Guinea Hen

SECTION 11: 650. Trio of Laying Hens 651. Trio of Laying Pullets 652. No Fee: Egg Contest - Eggs will be collected during the fair & winner will receive a prize.


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PART XIX PIGEONS

AL FAGG • Pigeons may be brought in Friday afternoon or early evening. • Birds must be at the Fall Fair no later than 9:00 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007 • Entries close Friday, August 10, 2007 and must be sent to the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stiring, Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0

NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED Entry Fee - 50¢ per entry - Prizes: $3.00, $2,00 & $1.50 • All Poultry Exhibitors must have Exhibitor Ticket of $7 or Membership Ticket. Either ticket entitles holder to admittance to the Fair. • An exhibitor may have more than one entry per class. • The Fair will supply feed and only the Fair Committee will feed the entries in all sections. Ribbons: First, Second, Third

ROSETTES: GRAND CHAMPION AND BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX Judging time: 1 pm Saturday, September 1, 2007

SECTION 1 Young Bird 101 104 107 110 113 116 119 122 125 128 131 140 143 158 161 164 167 170 179 182 185 188 191 194 197 200 203 206 209 212 215 218 221

Hen 102 105 108 111 114 117 120 123 126 129 132 141 144 159 162 165 168 171 180 183 186 189 192 195 198 201 204 207 210 213 216 219 222

Cock 103 106 109 112 115 118 121 124 127 130 133 142 145 160 163 166 169 172 181 184 187 190 193 196 199 202 205 208 211 214 217 220 223

Archangel Barb A.C. Doves, ringneck Doves, white Doves, A.O.C. Dragoons Fantails, black Fantails, white Fantails A.O.C. Frillback A.C. Helmet A.C. Homer A.O.C. Ice Pigeons, A.C. Jacobin, A.C. Kings, Show Kormorner, A.C. Lahores, A.C. Magpie, A.C. Modena, A.C. Modena, Solid Modena, A.O.C. Owls, African Owls, Chinese A.C. Poute A.V. Roller Solid Roller Barred Roller A.O.C. Showracer, Barred Showracer, Checkered Showracer, Solid Showracer, A.O.C. Trumpeters, English A.O.V.

SECTION 2: YOUTH 18 & UNDER Young Bird 250

Hen 251

Cock 252

Any Variety, A.C.


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PART XX CAGE BIRDS AL FAGG Birds must be at the Fall Fair no later than 10:00 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007 Entries close Friday, August 10, 2007 and must be sent to the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stiring, Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0

NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED Entry Fee - 50¢ per entry - Prizes: $3.00, $2,00 & $1.50 All Exhibitors must have Exhibitor Ticket of $7 or Membership Ticket. Either ticket entitles holder to admittance to the Fair. An exhibitor may have more than one entry per class. The Fair will supply feed and only the Fair Committee will feed the entries in all sections.

ROSETTES: GRAND CHAMPION AND BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX Ribbons: First, Second, Third

Judging time: 4 pm Saturday, September 1, 2007. (Barn will close for judging.)

SECTION 1: CANARY Type 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Class No. Border Fancy, Clear Border Fancy, Variegated Border, Fancy, Foul Border, Fancy, A.O.C Gloster, Corona, Clear Gloster, Corona, Variegated Gloster, Corona, Foul Gloster, Corona, A.O.C Gloster Consort, Clear Gloster Consort, Variegated Gloster Consort, Foul Gloster Consort, A.O.C. Red Factor, Clear Red Factor, Variegated Red Factor, Foul Red Factor, A.O.C Domestic Songster, Yellow, Clear Domestic Songster, Variegated or Foul Domestic Songster, Buff Clear Domestic Songster, A.O.C Any Other Variety, Yellow, Clear Any Other Variety, Variegated or Foul Any Other Variety, Buff, Clear Any Other Variety, A.O.C


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SECTION 2: BUDGERIGAR Class No. 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Type Normal, Blue Series Normal, Green Series Opalines, Blue Series Opalines, Green Series Pieds, Blue Series Pieds, Green Series Pieds, Red Eyed Series

SECTION 3: COCKATIELS Class No. 32 33 34 35 36

Type White Normal Pearl Pieds A.O.C.

SECTION ON 4: FINCHES Class No. 37 38 39

Type Zebra Society A.V.C.

SECTION 5: LOVE BIRDS Class No. 40

Type Any Variety

SECTION 6: FOREIGN BIRDS Class No. 41

Type Any Variety

SECTION 7: AUSTRALIAN PARAKEETS Class No. 42 43

Type Any Variety, small Any Variety, large

SECTION 8: DOVES Class No. 44

Type Any Variety

SECTION 9: QUAIL Class No. 45

Type Any Variety

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PART XXI RABBITS & CAVIES (Guinea Pigs) WENDY FRISK • Rabbits must be at the Fall Fair no later than 9:00 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007 • Entries close friday, August 10, 2007 and must be sent to the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stirling, Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0

NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED Entry Fee - 50¢ per entry Prizes: $3.00, $2,00 & $1.50 All Exhibitors must have Exhibitor Ticket of $7 or Membership Ticket. Either ticket entitles holder to admittance to the Fair An exhibitor may have more than one entry per class (but only show a rabbit in two sections) except in the child’s pet class. The Fair will supply feed and only the Fair Committee will feed the entries in all sections.

dling of pet. The judging will be based on handling as opposed to physical attributes. Their pet may be “dressed up”. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Rabbit under 6 months of age Rabbit over 6 months of age Cavie under 6 months of age Cavie over 6 months of age

SECTION 2: FUR Limited to only entering the same rabbit in one class. Example: Entries in Angoras not permitted to enter Long Hair class. 5. 6.

Angora Long Hair - American Fuzzy - Jersey Wooly Short Hair - Satins Rex

7. 8.

SECTION 3: FANCY, DWARF BREEDS, PEDIGREE 9. 10.

SECTION 4: FANCY, HEAVY BREEDS, PEDIGREE

ROSETTES: GRAND CHAMPION AND BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX GRAND CHAMPION TROPHY DONATED BY JOHN AND DONNA KIBBLE RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION TROPHY DONATED BY JOHN AND DONNA KIBBLE Ribbons: First, Second, Third Since cage space may be limited, we reserve the right to use owners’ carrying cages if necessary. Open Rabbit and Cavie exhibitors are responsible for taking their own rabbit to the judging table and for making sure it is entered in the right class(es).

SECTION 1: CHILD’S PET Children under 12 years only. Exhibitor’s ticket not required for this class only. One entry per child. Rabbit or Cavie cannot be shown in any other section. This is a fun class for children and is a Showmanship Class. Child must demonstrate han-

Junior - six months and under Senior - over six months

11. 12.

Junior - six months and under Senior - over six months

SECTION 5: ANGORA 13. 14.

Junior - six months and under Senior - over six months

SECTION 6: MEAT 15. 16. 17.

Junior - up to 8 weeks Intermediate - 9 to 12 weeks Fryers (pen of two) minimum fryer weight of four pounds

SECTION 7: DOE WITH LITTER 18.

Doe with litter - 4 to 6 weeks old


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PART XXII 4-H CLUBS Entries close Friday, August 10, 2007 • Judging starts at 11:00 am Sunday, September 1, 2007 • 4-H passes are free - no exhibitor fee required unless entering Open Divisions or Hall Exhibit 4-H Members entering Open Classes (where eligible) must pay an Open Exhibitor’s Fee of $7. • 2:00 pm Judging Seminar on Saturday, September 2, 2007 • All animals must have 4-tag. • Passes for 4-H members, one leader and one assistant leader, will be mailed to leader for distribution. • At 5:00 pm, Sunday, September 2, 2007, there will be a judging of the Best Dressed Animals, be it a calf, sheep, goat or whatever. This is open to all children 12 years and under. Assemble at the Goat arena. No entry form required – just show up. • All exhibitors must remain in the barn until 4:00 pm Monday, September 3, 2007.

SECTION 1: 4H STALL COMPETITION Rules as for Provincial Winter Fair competition apply. STALL COMPETITION TROPHY DONATED BY - LITTLE FORT WOMEN’S INSTITUTE STALL COMPETITION PRIZES DONATED BY COUNTRY FEEDS • 1 FOR BEEF AND DAIRY • 1 FOR LAMB AND GOATS

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SECTION 2: 4H BEEF CLUBS BARRY BRADY CHAMPION 4-H STEER DONATED BY R. SPONAUGLE TRUCKING (JANZEN WESTERN TRUCKING). CHAMPION 4-H FEMALE DONATED BY HOLMWOOD HEREFORDS RANCH CHAMPION 4-H SHOWMANSHIP DONATED BY - R. DEVICK & SONS

WEIGH-IN 12:00 NOON SATURDAY Entry Fee - $1.00 per head 1. Beef Feeder Steer For Winter-Fair (will be divided into weight classes). Prizes: $7, $6, $5, $4, $3, $2 for each additional entry. 2. Winners of Weight Classes (#1) will compete for the R. Sponaugle Trucking (Janzen Western Trucking) trophy. 3. 4-H Heifer Project. All breeds to be shown together. Prizes as Class #1. 4. 4-H Cow - Calf Project. Prizes as in Class #1. 5. Champion 4-H Female. Trophy donated by Holmwood Herefords.

Showmanship: Members must show a steer for showmanship, except where members have a heifer as 4-H main project and no steer. Members will be scored for showmanship so as to be eligible for badges and certificates. 7. Junior Showmanship - no entry fee. Prizes $4, $3, $2, & $1. 8. Senior Showmanship - no entry fee. Prizes $4,$3, $2, & $1. 9. Championship Showmanship - Winners of Classes 7 & 8 will compete for ribbons and the R. Devick & Sons Trophy.

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SECTION 3: 4-H LAMB CLUBS SHIRLEY WITTNER, GAI CONAN

No Exhibitor Fee Required Entry Fee - 50 cents per head Entries close Friday, August 10, 2007 Please state age on entry form. All lambs 4H and Open to be on the grounds by 8 pm, Friday, August 31, 2007, for weighing. Weigh-in is from 6 pm - 8 pm Friday, Aug. 31. Special arrangements for weighing other than this must be made by contacting the convenors. Market Lamb class 4-H and Open will be split to weight classes. No long tailed lambs. Lambs born after January 1, 2007 will be accepted for exhibition only if tails are not docked shorter than the level of the distal end of the caudel tail fold. Officials at the fair will enforce the rule by checking any lamb in question for the ability to grasp and lift the tail. Championship classes will be held immediately after each class is completed whenever possible.

Saturday 4-H Showmanship No entry fee. Prizes - $4, $3, $2, $1. Ribbons to sixth place. Trophies Sponsered: Senior Showmanship Kamloops Alpine Lamb Club; Junior Showmanship - Interior Savings Credit Union 1. Senior Showmanship - 1:00 pm 2. Junior Showmanship 3. Pre-Club Showmanship

4-H Ewe Classes

In town travel including the “Bill Miner” train robbery. Available June 30 - August 27

Armstrong Explorer Day Trip April 28, May 12, 26, June 9, 23, Sept. 1, 15, 29 & Oct. 6

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Prizes - $4, $3.50, $3, $2.50, $2, $1. Ribbons to sixth place. Trophies Sponsored: Ewe with Lamb at Foot Kamloops Alpine Club; Champion Registered Ewe - Acme Equipment; Champion Grade Ewe - Sagebrush Service, BC Purebred Sheep Breeders Assc - 4-H Campion Ewe Lamb; Supreme Champion Ewe - Bert Smith Silver Tray 4. Ewe Lamb 5. Yearling Ewe 6. Ewe with Lamb at Foot


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Sunday - 12:00 pm 4-H Market Lambs Prizes - $4, $3.50, $3, $2.50, $2, $1 Ribbons to sixth place. Trophies Sponsored: Geoff Bodman Trophy - 4-H Champion Market Lamb; A. Lincoln - Champion Pre-Club Market Lamb; Overwaitea Trophy - Supreme Champion Market Lamb. Lambs are shown light to heavy weight. 7. 4-H Market Lambs 8. Pre-Club Market Lamb (entry fee $0.50)

Monday Trim & Fit Class 9.

6. Preclub Doe Kids - Current year - must be a 4-H project. 7. Dry Yearling - must be a 4-H project. Previous year’s achievement. 8. Milking Yearling, must be previous year’s achievement - must be 4-H project - 4-H Achievement Certificate must be available. 9. Milking Doe, 2 and over, must be previous year’s achievement - must be 4-H project - 4H Achievement Certificate must be available. Champion and Reserve Senior Doe. 10. Chevon, current year - must be 4-H project. TROPHIES RON MCROBERTS TROPHY SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP

Trim & Fit Class - 10:30 am

H. SEARLE MEMORIAL JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP

Stall competition for 4-H will be judged from 9:00 am Saturday until 5:00pm Sunday. Games are scheduled for Monday. Information will be handed out on Sunday for entries. We look forward to your participation in the sheep division of the Fall Fair.

PINE MOUNTAIN GOATS PRECLUB SHOWMAN

SECTION 5: 4-H HORSE SHOW

Educational demonstrations will be held on Sunday of the Fall Fair. Achievement classes can be scheduled at this time.

• NOTE: CLASSES WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2007, 9:30 A.M. START BRITTANYA BEDDINGTON

SECTION 4: GOAT SHOW

• No Exhibitor Fee Required. • See new Light Horse Entry Form Page 70 • Entries close Friday, August 10, 2007. • Post entries taken until show starts at $5 per class. • Outdoor stalls are available on a first come basis at $5 per day and must be requested on your entry form.

4-H GOAT SHOW KATHLEEN SEARLE • No Exhibitor Fee Required • Entries close Friday, August 10, 2007

Entry fee - $1.50 per head per class. Prizes - $5, $4, $3, $2 & $1 each

Entry Fee - $2.50 per class. Prizes $5, $3, $2, $1. Ribbons to fourth.

additional entry.

1. 2. 3. 4.

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No Exhibitor Pass required if entering 4-H Classes ONLY.

Showmanship Classes. No entry fee. Prizes $4, $3, $2, & $1.

Any 4-H member may show regardless of project.

Judging - Sunday, September 2, 2007 after Unrecorded Grade Goat Show

• Junior (11 yrs. and under as of Jan. 1, 2007) • Intermediate (12 -15 yrs. old as of Jan. 1, 2007) • Senior (16 yrs. and over as of Jan. 1, 2007)

Senior Showmanship. Junior Showmanship. Preclub Showmanship. Senior Doe - Jan. 1, 2007 to Feb. 9, 2007 must be a 4-H project. 5. Junior Doe - Mar. 1, 2007 to May 31, 2007, must be a 4-H project.

Saturday, September 1, 2007, starting time 9:00 am sharp. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Showmanship Junior Showmanship Intermediate Showmanship Senior English Equitation Junior


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5. English Equitation Intermediate 6. English Equitation Senior 7. English Pleasure Junior 8. English Pleasure Intermediate 9. English Pleasure Senior 10. Hunter Hack Junior 11. Hunter Hack Intermediate 12. Hunter Hack Senior Lunch Break 13. Bareback Equitation, English or Western, Junior 14. Bareback Equitation, English or Western, Intermediate 15. Bareback Equitation, English or Western. Senior 16. Stock Seat Equitation Junior 17. Stock Seat Equitation Intermediate 18. Stock Seat Equitation Senior 19. Western Pleasure Junior 20. Western Pleasure Intermediate 21. Western Pleasure Senior 22. Western Riding Pattern Junior ...cont. 23. Western Riding Pattern Intermediate 24. Western Riding Pattern Senior 25. Trail Horse Junior 26. Trail Horse Intermediate 27. Trail Horse Senior

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Entry fee - 50 cents per head Prizes: First - $6; Second - $4; Third - $2. Judging will start at 10 am, Sunday, Sept. 2, 2007 Class 1 - Junior doe - under six months Class 2 - Senior doe - over six months Class 3 - Junior buck - under six months Class 4 - Senior buck - over six months Class 5 - Doe and litter - (3 - 5 weeks old) Class 6 - Meat Pen (not over 70 days or over 2.5 kg) Class 7 - Stock Replacement doe (born after Jan. 1, 2006) Class 8 - Stock replacement buck (born after Jan. 1, 2006) Class 9 - Commercial raising rabbit Class 10 - Pre-club rabbit Class 11 - Cavie - Junior sow, under 4 months Class 12 - Cavie - Senior sow, over 4 months Class 13 - Cavie - Junior boar, under 4 months Class 14 - Cavie - Senior boar, over 4 months

SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES Entry Fee - 50 cents Prizes: First - $6; Second - $4; Third - $2. Members must show their own projects. Class 15 - Senior (15 years and older) Class 16 - Intermediate (12, 13 and 14 years old) Class 17 - Junior (9, 10 & 11 years old) Class 18 - Champion and Reserve Showmanship (top 2 of Classes 15, 16 and 17) Class 19 - Pre-Clubber

RABBIT JUDGING Class Class Class Class Class

SECTION 6: 4-H RABBITS & CAVIES WENDY FRISK • Entries must be in by Friday, August 10, 2007 • Late entries will be accepted Friday, August 31, 2007 from 2 pm to 7 pm

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Pre-Club 8 years and under Junior - 9 to 11 years Intermediate - 12 to 14 years Senior - 15 years and older RABBIT SHOWING & FITTING

This competition is a team effort and the objective is to prepare a rabbit for the show. Each team will come with supplies ready to groom and prepare an animal for the show. All teams will compete at the same time. There will be no talking between team members once competition begins. The time limit it 10 minutes and each team will be asked questions after the ten minute period. Points will be given for team work, preparedness, supplies, handling, condition of the animal and knowledge. Animals will be provided.


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CLASS 1

SECTION 7: EDUCATION DISPLAY

Education Display following 4-H guidelines

JANE MILBURN • All entries must be in by Friday, Aug. 10, 2007 • Mail to the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stirling, Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0 • Entries to be on display in Exhibit hall.

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WORD SEARCH PUZZLE “CHICKENS” L G T I G C N D B L D K B G L

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PART XXII BEEF CATTLE BARRY BRADY • Entries must be in the hands of the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stirling Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0 no later than Friday, August 10, 2007.

Entry Fee - $5 per head (except ribbon and trophy classes) Prizes: $50, $40, $30, $20 & $10. Minimum of three head required for Championship Classes

BEEF WEIGH IN 12:00 NOON SATURDAY Cattle must be in the barn by 10 am Saturday and remain until 4 pm on Monday. All exhibitors including 4-H members must pay $7 Exhibitor’s Fee when entering these classes. GRAND CHAMPION STEER BILL WILSON MEMORIAL TROPHY

SECTION 1: BEEF

1. Grade Beef, Feeder Steer 2. Grand Champion Steer - 4-H and Open Single (Ribbons only) 3. Pen of Commercial Heifers - to be judged in pen. 4. Pen of 3 Steers - to be judged in pen.

SECTION 2: FEMALES

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SECTION 3: Entry Fee - $5 Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Jackpot 8. OPEN SINGLES - SHOWMANSHIP CLASS If you are participating in this class you do not need a steer or heifer entered in the fair. Arrangements to use animals will be left up to the individuals involved.


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PART XXIV

• Market Lamb Class - 4-H and Open will be split to weight classes.

PART XXIV SHEEP

All lambs 4H and Open to be on the grounds by 8 pm, Friday, Sept. 1, for weighing. Weigh-in is from 6 pm - 8 pm Friday, Aug. 31.

SHIRLEY WITTNER, GAI CONAN • Entries must be in the hands of the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stirling Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0 no later than Friday, August 10, 2007.

Entry Fee - $2 per head Prizes: $10, $7.50, $5 & $3

DID YOU KNOW? • Because of its red color, tomatoes were once considered poisonous by early Americans. Today, the average American eats about 22 pounds of tomatoes a year. • Sweet potatoes were discovered in Central America. They were often referred to as “gold nuggets” due to their high nutrition and monetary value. • Pumpkins are actually a fruit - a melon to be exact. The word “pumpkin” probably comes from the Greek word “pepon”, which means “cooked by the sun.” • Historians believe that corn in the Americas dates back to 10,000 years ago, and that it is closely related to a wild grass called teosinte. • The English term “pecan” comes from the Algonquin Indian word “paccan” or “pakan”, which means “a nut so hard you have to crack it with a stone.” • When carrots were first introduced in England in the 15th century, their frilly green tops were so popular that British women would use them to decorate their hats. • According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the largest watermelon ever grown weighed 262 pounds. • It’s believed that grapefruit got its name because the fruit grows in clusters, like grapes. As many as 25 grapefruit can grow in one cluster.

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* Special arrangements for weighing other than this must be made by contracting the convenors. Lambs born after January 1, 2007 will be accepted for exhibition only if tails are not docked shorter than the level of the distal end of the caudel tail fold. Officials at the fair will enforce the rule by checking any lamb in question for the ability to grasp and lift the tail. *Animals in 4-H and Open classes cannot be entered in two divisions or sections unless it is a Champion Class. *Championship classes will be held immediately after each class is completed whenever possible. * No BC Pure breed Sheep Breeders Association Prize $25 * Children under the age of six must be accompanied by an adult in the show ring

SECTION 1: OPEN SHEEP CLASSES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Grade Ewe Lamb Grade Yearling Ewe Grade Ewe with Lamb at Foot Registered Ewe Lamb Registered Yearling Ewe Registered Ewe with Lamb at Foot

SECTION 2: RAM CLASSES Trophy Sponsor - Pete Cordonier - Grand Champion Ram 7. Grade Ram Lamb 8. Grade Yearling Lamb 9. Grade Aged Lamb 10. Registered Ram Lamb 11. Registered Yearling Lamb 12. Registered Aged Ram

SECTION 3: OPEN MARKET LAMBS 13. 14.

Open Market Lambs Wool Sheep Class - exhibition only with a sponsored prize to exhibitors.


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PART XXV OPEN GOAT SHOW

KATHLEEN SEARLE & CLAYTON SEARLE • Entries must be in the hands of the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stirling, Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0 no later than Friday, August 10, 2007.

Entry Fee - $1.50 per head • Prizes: $10, $7.50, $5 & $3

Rules and Regulations: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

This exhibition is limited to DOES ONLY. No Bucks of any age will be allowed on the grounds. No milk will be sold on the grounds. Does should be milked out the night before judging. Entries to be placed by 9 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007. Judging will start at 11 am, Saturday, September 1, 2007. ALL animals must be manageable in the show ring.

SECTION 1A: DAIRY SECTION 1B: BOAR SECTION 1C: FIBRE SECTION 1D: PYGMY SECTION 1E: ANY OTHER BREED

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Junior Doe Kid - Born after Mar. 16, 2007 Senior Doe Kid - Born Jan. 1-Mar. 15, 2007 Dry Yearling Junior & Reserve Junior Champion Rosettes Best Junior Doe Milking Yearling under 2 years Milking Doe, 2 to 4 years Milking Doe, 4 to 6 years Milking Doe, 6 years and over Best Udder Senior & Reserve Senior Champion Rosettes Best Doe in Show

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Entrants may enter 3 animals per farm except where stated. No horned animals will be shown except for Boar Goats. All pens to have owners name, breed of animal, name displayed. All animals in this show must remain in the Goat Barn until Monday, Sept. 3, 2007, at 4 pm before leaving. All pens must be cleaned out before leaving.

SECTION 4: YOUTH CLASSES FOR GOATS These classes are for youth under the age of 18 years. All pens must have name of owner, animal name and age of animal.

Prize Money: 1st - $10, 2nd - $7.50, 3rd - $5 Ribbons for all classes 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.

Doe kid - born 2007 Chevon - born 2007 Yearling doe 2 year old doe Doe with kid Champion and Reserve - Rosettes

TROPHIES

SECTION 2: CHEVON

49. Jr. Chevon after April 1, 2007 50. Senior Chevon Jan. 1 - Mar. 31, 2007 51. Best Chevon in Show

SECTION 3: INTERBREED CLASSES Must be entered in previous classes. No entry fee - ribbons only. 52. Herd - 1 Kid, 1 Yearling, 1 Milk Doe 53. Dam & Daughter 54. Get of Sire - 3 Does, any age from 1 sire

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PART XXVI LIGHT HORSES BRITTANYA BEDDINGTON • Entries close Friday, August 10, 2007. • Mail entries to the Secretary: Mrs. L. Stirling, Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0 • All exhibitors including 4-H members must pay $7 Exhibitor’s Fee. • Post entries will be accepted at double the class entry fee and may be made up to the starting time of that day’s show. • Entry Fees are: $6 per regular class, $3 for Leadline classes and $10 for Stake and over-fences classes. Classes with different entry fees will be clearly marked with the class. • Exhibitors cancelling their entries after the closing date shall forfeit their entry fees - except upon producing a valid certificate of disability from a licenced doctor or veterinarian. • A limited number of open box stalls are available at $5 per day. There are no stalls for stallions. If you wish a stall you must CALL and RESERVE it and pay for it with your entry form. If you do not call Brittanya no stall will be available. Check-in time for stalls is 6:30 p.m. the evening prior to the day booked. Check-out time is 6 p.m. on the day the stall is booked or an additional $20 will be charged. We request that all exhibitors help us to make stabling a bit easier for everyone. A $20 stall-cleaning deposit cheque is also required and will be refunded by the Stabling Manager if stall is left clean. To reserve a stall call Brittanya at 250-320-0475. STALL COMPETITION: Open to all riders. No entry fee. Fun prizes for everyone. To be judged on educational content and animal identification, as well as cleanliness, creativity, and attractiveness. Stalls will be judged and prizes awarded each day. Rules: 1. Boots with a proper riding heel are required in all Western, English and Games classes for all competitors. 2. Abuse of horses on the grounds will not be tolerated and may lead to the immediate disqualification of the exhibitor in question at the discretion of the Horse Show Manager. All horses artificially, improperly, or unfairly prepared or tampered with will be disqualified. Judge and/or Show Manager have the right to excuse any horse from competition displaying signs of unsoundness. 3. Any exhibitor attempting to interfere with the judge or judging will be excluded from the competition.

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4. Horse Show committee reserves the right to cancel, combine or divide classes as entries require. Notification of any changes to class schedule will be posted at the Horse Show Office prior to the start of the show. 5. Entries must report to the whipper-in prior to their class. No entries will be permitted to enter the show ring once the gate has been closed and the class has begun. 6. All horses and competitors exhibiting at this horse show do so at their own risk. The North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Association will not be responsible for any claim for injury to any person or against the North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Association, its officers, agents or operators, by or on behalf of any visitor or any person, firm or corporation or its agents, representatives, servants, or employees having license of privilege to visit or exhibit on the grounds used under the auspices of the North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Association. 9. Courses for all obstacle classes (i.e. Jumping, Trail, etc.) will be posted at least one hour before the class. Courses and heights will not be altered for ponies. Order of go will be established by the whipper-in and be adhered to by the exhibitors. 10. Ribbons to fourth place in all classes. 11. Regular class pay-outs are as follows: 1st - $10; 2nd - $7; 3rd - $4; 4th - $2. Ribbons only for Leadline classes. Prize money can be claimed at the Fall Fair Office on the grounds during the fair and is not available at the Light Horse Booth. • Junior Competitor - 11 years & under. • Intermediate Competitor - 12 to 18 years. • Senior Competitor - 19 years & older. • Novice - any HORSE or RIDER who has not won three First place ribbons in a specified class. • See Page 70 for Light Horse Entry Form ENGLISH SHOW, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2007 8:30 a.m. Start Halter - to be judged on form to function, manners, soundness, and way of going. Open to mares, geldings, and stallions 2 years old and over. 1. Thoroughbred 2. Arabian 3. All other horse breeds 4. Pony (14:2 hands high and under) - no cross entry with classes 1, 2, 3. Hunter in Hand - to be shown in an English bridle, with handler in suitable attire. To be judged on turnout, conformation, way of moving, manners and soundness. 5. Novice 6. Junior


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7. Intermediate 8. Senior English Equitation - to be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. To stand quietly and back readily. Judge may call for individual patterns. 9. Novice 10. Junior 11. Intermediate 12. Senior English Pleasure - to be shown at a walk, trot, and canter both ways of the ring. To stand quietly and back readily. 13. Novice 14. Junior 15. Intermediate 16. Senior 17. Pairs - open to two horses and riders to be judged on their turnout and performance as a pair. 18. Young Horse - Open to horses five years old and under 19. Stake - total class entry fee to be paid out as follows: 1st - 50%, 2nd - 25%, 3rd - 15%, 4th - 10% Hunter Under Saddle – To be shown both directions of the ring at a walk, trot and canter. To be judged on conformation, way of going and soundness. 20. Novice 21. Junior 22. Intermediate 23. Senior Suitability to Dressage – To be shown both directions of the ring at a walk, trot and canter. Horses will not be asked to gallop, but may be asked to lengthen the stride at the trot. To be judged on paces 60%, conformation 30%, and impression 10% (including impulsion, balance, rideability, presence and suitability to dressage.) 24. Open Pleasure Driving – Entries will be judged on the suitability of the pony or horse to provide a safe and pleasurable drive. To be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, trot and trot-on. To stand quietly and rein back. Judged 70% on performance, manners and way-ofgoing, 20% on condition and fit of harness and vehicle, and 10% on neatness of attire. Entries may have a single animal or a team. 25. Pony - Open to ponies 14:2 hands and under 26. Horse - Open to horses over 14:2 hands. Leadline - to be shown in English attire. Entry is to trot a short distance and then negotiate a figure eight at a walk. To be judged on riders ability, horses manners and entry turnout. Leadline entries may not cross-enter with any other classes. 27. Five years old and under. 28. Six to nine years old. Road Hack - To be shown at a flat-footed walk with a reasonable loose rein, trot, strong trot, easy canter and hand-gallop. Only 8 horses to hand-gallop at one time. 29. Novice

30. Junior 31. Intermediate 32. Senior Show Hack - to be shown at a walk, trot, canter, hand gallop. Collected and extended gaits to be called for. To stand quietly, and back readily. Only 8 horses to hand-gallop at one time. 33. Novice 34. Junior 35. Intermediate 36. Senior Hunter Hack – To be shown both directions of the ring at a walk, trot and canter. To be judged on conformation, way of going and soundness. Riders will be required to negotiate two jumps as per the judges instructions no higher than 2" 3". 37. Novice 38. Junior 39. Intermediate 40. Senior Costume Contest - Fun prizes for all entries. Contestants will be given adequate time to get into their costumes. One point will be added towards hi-point awards for competing in this class. 41. Open ***Scheduled Break to be announced*** Over Fences Classes * The following classes will only run if there are three or more entries per class. Fees will be refunded for cancelled classes. Hunter - to be judged on jumping style, manners, and way of going. Conformation will not be considered. 42. Crosspole 43. Fences to 2’0” 44. Fences to 2’3” 45. Fences to 2’6” Jumper - to be timed and scored according to faults. 46. Pony Jumper - open to ponies 14.2 hands and under. Fences to 2’3”. 47. Fences to 2’3” 48. Fences to 2’6” 49. Fences to 2’9” 50. $175 Paradise Equine Jumper Classic – fences to 3’0”. Embroidered cooler to the winner and $100 to be paid out as follows: 1st - $50, 2nd - $25, 3rd - $15, 4th - $10. Sponsored by Paradise Equine Massage. Classes to count towards High Point Awards are: Novice - 5, 9, 13, 20, 29, 33, 37, 41. Junior – 6, 10, 14, 21, 30, 34, 38, 41 Intermediate – 7, 11, 15, 22, 31, 35, 39, 41 Senior – 8, 12, 16, 23, 32, 26, 40, 41


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WESTERN SHOW, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2007 8:30 a.m. Start * * See Page 70 for Light Horse Entry Form * * Halter - Western Breed - Quarter Horse, Paint or Appaloosa - Western breed classes may not crossenter with any breed halter classes. 51. 2007 Foals, any sex 52. Yearlings, any sex 53. Mares and Geldings, 2 years and over 54. Stallions, 2 years and over Halter - Any Breed - any breed classes may not crossenter with Western Breed classes 51 to 54. 55. 2007 Foals, any sex 56. Yearlings, any sex 57. Mares and Geldings, 2 years and over 58. Stallions, 2 years and over Showmanship 59. Novice 60. Junior 61. Intermediate 62. Senior Bareback Equitation - to be shown at a walk, jog, and lope both ways of the ring. 63. Novice 64. Junior 65. Intermediate 66. Senior Stockseat Equitation - to be shown at a walk, jog, lope, and halt both ways of the ring. To stand quietly and back readily. Judge may call for individual patterns to be performed. 67. Novice 68. Junior 69. Intermediate 70. Senior Western Pleasure – To be shown at a walk, jog, and lope both ways of the ring. To stand quietly and back readily. 71. Novice 72. Junior 73. Intermediate 74. Senior 75. Young Horse - open to horses five years old and under 76. Jack Benny - riders over 39 years of age. 77. Stake - total class entry fee to be paid out as follows: 1st - 50%, 2nd - 25%, 3rd - 15%, 4th - 10%. Leadline - to be shown in Western attire. Entry is to trot a short distance and then negotiate a figure eight at a walk. To be judged on riders ability, horses manners and entry turnout. Leadline entries may not cross-enter with any other classes. 78. Five years old and under. 79. Six to nine years old.

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Costume Contest - Contestants will be given adequate time to get into costumes. Fun prizes for all entries. 80. Open Reining - patterns to be posted at the Horse Show Office. 81. Novice 82. Junior 83. Intermediate 84. Senior Western Riding Horse - patterns to be posted at the Horse Show Office. 85. Novice 86. Junior 87. Intermediate 88. Senior Trail Horse - Classes will be held in a separate ring. Starting time to be announced and posted at the Horse Show Office. It is the responsibility of the contestants to present themselves during this time period to ride the course. 89. Novice 90. Junior 91. Intermediate 92. Senior Games - All games are open. Prize money will be total class entry fees paid out as follows: 1st - 50%, 2nd 25%, 3rd - 15%, 4th - 10%. 93. Pole Bending 94. Barrel Race 95. Stake Race 96. Dash for Cash 97. Flag Race 98. Keyhole Race 99. Egg on a Spoon - winner takes all 101. Ride-a-Buck - winner takes all 102. Water Relay Race - fun prizes for all, no cash payout. Classes to count towards High Point Awards are: Novice - 59, 63, 67, 71, 80, 85, 89 Junior - 60, 64, 68, 72, 80, 82, 86, 90 Intermediate - 61, 65, 69, 73, 80, 83, 87, 91 Senior - 62, 66, 70, 74, 80, 84, 88, 92


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SECTION 3:

PART XXVII

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2007 9:00 am $15 entry fee per class Prize Money - $50, $30, & $20

HEAVY HORSES • All entries must be in the hands of the N.T.F.F. Secretary: Mrs. L. Stirling Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0 no later than Friday, August 10, 2007. •All Exhibitors must pay a $7 Exhibitor’s Fee.

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SECTION 1: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2007 9:00 am - after Team Skid $12 entry fee per class • Prize Money $50, $40, & $30

SECTION 4: $10 entry fee Prize Money - $40, $30, & $20

1. Single Skid

SECTION 2:

7. Junior Driving

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2007 2:00 pm $12 entry fee per class 3 & 4 Prize Money - $40, $30, & $20 with ribbons for Class 2, 3 & 4 2. Draught Horse Gelding (any breed) on Halter 3. Draught Horse Mare (any breed) on Halter 4. Supreme Draught on Halter (1st and 2nd place finishers from class 3 & 4)

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DID YOU KNOW? • In 1533, when Catherine de’Medici became Queen of France, she loved spinach so much that she insisted her cooks serve it at every meal. • Spinach was the first frozen vegetable to the sold. • The ancient Chinese considered the peach a symbol of long life. • Why do you cry when you peel onions? Sulfur compounds flavor the onion and give it its odor. These compounds also irritate your mucous membranes,

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which is why you cry. • Early American colonists made grey paint by boiling blueberries in milk. • The blueberry is the second most popular berry in the United States; the strawberry in number one. • Cucumbers are one of the oldest cultivated vegetables, having been cultivated since about 8,000 B.C. • In Queen Victoria’s day, oranges were given as Christmas gifts in England. • Cabbage was once considered a cure for baldness. • The apple tree is actually a member of the rose family.


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PART XXXI CHILDREN’S PARADE MICHELLE KIBBLE

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2007 Children’s Parade up to and including 12 years of age. • Registration begins at 9:00 am • Judging begins at 9:30 am • Assemble at the Barriere High School • Parade leaves at approx 10:00 am 1. Decorated Tricycle 2. Decorated Doll Buggy 3. Decorated Wagon a) Pair b) Group c) Individual 4. Decorated Bicycle a) Pair b) Group c) Individual 5. Best Dressed Cowboy 6. Best Dressed Cowgirl 7. Best Dressed Clown 8. Best Costumes (General) a) Pair b) Group c) Individual 9. Motorized Unit a) Pair b) Group c) Individual 10. Costumed Child and Pet a) Pair b) Group c) Individual 11. Costumed Child on Horse a) Pair b) Group c) Individual 12. Best Group on Float

Children’s Parade will proceed from High School up Barriere Lakes Road to the Fall Fair Grounds. * Please note all participating children must be picked up at the end of the Parade.

GARDEN CENTRE & FLORIST Spring is busting out and our nursery and store are also busting with the largest selection of shrubs and trees in Kamloops. Our knowledgeable and professional staff are ready to help with your gardening questions and with product selection. Check inside our store for fantastic new giftware items, tropical plants, flowers and new and interesting culinary curiosities.

Open every day from 9:00 until 5:30 420 Nunavut Way (Behind Honda off the Halston)

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Ear Tag, Tattoo Book, Variety, Name of animal, Reg. No. 4-H members, etc. Band No.

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Birth Date Yr. Mo. Day

totaling less than $10 will be considered a donation to the fair.

Rabbits age 6-9 mos. over 9 mos.

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POSTAL CODE PHONE CLUB NAME (4-H ONLY)

EXHIBITOR MAILING ADDRESS

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Sex Horse Entries of Junior Entry Intermediate

Please pick up prize money for winning entries at Treasurer's Office during the fair on Sunday and Monday. Unclaimed prizes

No Exhibitor fee required for 4-H members in 4-H classes only

All Entry Fees Go Towards Prize Money ALL LIVESTOCK ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2007

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PART XXXII PARADE KEN BEHARRELL 672-0073

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2007 PARADE STARTS AT 11:00 Am • Parade participants to assemble at 9:30 am for judging on Airfield Road. • Will not be judged if late. • Parade must leave on time. 1. Best Float - Rosette Ribbons a) Commercial b) Club c) Group Best overall float prizes: 1st Place - $400 - Sponsored by Gilbert Smith Forest Products Alternates • 2nd Place - $250 • 3rd Place - $150 2. Decorated Cars - Rosette Ribbons a) Commercial b) Organization or Club c) Individual

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3. Antique Cars - Rosette Ribbons 4. Best Costume - Walking a) Group b) Individual c) Comic 5. Best Horse & Rider - Rosette Ribbons a) Authentic - Western, English, etc. b) Comic c) Group 6. Best Horses Under Harness Rosette Ribbons

PART XXXIII PONY CHARIOTS & CHUCKWAGONS DARWIN & DEANNA PATTERSON 577-3769 * CHARIOTS run midway through the Rodeo, Saturday, Sunday and Monday * CHUCKWAGONS run at the end of the Rodeo, Saturday, Sunday and Monday

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Entries close August 10, 2007 - One entry form per horse

There are only a limited number of outdoor stalls available. If you wish a stall you must CALL Brittanyaa at 250-320-0475, and RESERVE it. Check-in time for stalls is 6:30 p.m. the evening prior to the day booked. Check-out time is 6 p.m. on the day the stall is booked or an additional $20 will be charged. We request that all exhibitors help us to make stabling a bit easier for everyone. A $20 stall-cleaning deposit cheque is also required and will be refunded by the Stabling Manager if the stall is left clean.


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PART XXX BEST DRESSED ANIMAL PARADE SYLVIA CHIVERS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER , 2001 For Children 12 years and under PRIZES SPONSORED BY SURPLUS HERBY’S, KAMLOOPS • At 5:00 pm, Sunday there will be the judging of the Best Dressed Animals, be dog, sheep, goat, chicken or whatever. • This is open to all children 12 years and under. • Assemble at the Goat arena.

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PAGE 86 NORTH THOMPSON FALL FAIR & RODEO Did you know... The Canadian agriculture and agri-food industry is the third largest employer in Canada, generating about $95 billion in domestic retail and food service sales each year. An average Canadian farm produces enough food for 120 people. IN 1996-7, Canada provided $250 million worth of food aid to countries in need. Canada is the world’s largest producer of wild blueberries, worth 32,000 tonnes produced in 1996, worth almost $44 million at the farm gate. There are close to six billion eggs (that’s 6,000,000,000!) produced in Canada each year by about 22 million laying hens. Canada is the fifth largest producer of honey in the world behind China, the U.S., Mexico and Argentina. Canadian dairy cattle, recognized for their disease-free status and their ability to produce high quantities of milk over many lactations, are exported to over 50 countries. Canadian grains and oilseeds and their products enjoy an excellent reputation on international markets, being known for their consistency and superior quality. Many of the world’s top pasta producers, such as Italy and Turkey, import large quantities of Canadian durum to make pasta. There are approximately 37,000 head of bison on farms in Canada and 8,000 in parks and zoos. The main producing provinces are Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. About 79% of Canada’s dairy farms are in Ontario and Quebec, 15% in the Western provinces, and 6% in the Atlantic provinces. Poultry processing plants in Canada are so mechanized that they are slaughtering and preparing 25,000 broiler chickens per hour for market. Apples are Canada’s number one fruit crop with about 530,000 tonnes grown each year. The most valuable vegetable crop in Canada is potatoes. Canada produces approximately $600 million worth of potatoes each year. In a study made at the Research Centre in Kentville, Nova Scotia, it is shown that blanching potatoes by steaming rather than by boiling produced a better french fry. There are over 12,000 maple syrup producers in Canada. It takes on average 40 litres of sap to make one litre of syrup. In 1996, Canada’s 11,000 beekeepers maintained almost 500,000 bee hives. In 1996, Canadian snack food manufactures (potato chips, pretzels and popcorn) shipped products valued at $952.2 million. More than 97% of the beer consumed in Canada is produced by Canadian brewers. Canadian whisky (rye) is the most popular distilled spirit in Canada. The most celebrated Canadian wine is Ice Wine, a sweet dessert wine produced from grapes which have been frozen on the vine and pressed while still frozen. AAFC funded a project to develop a robot that removes ribs from port flanks at the rate of 140 sides of port an hour. Research conducted by the Lethbridge Research Centre showed that calves watered in dugouts gained only 1.76 lbs/day on average, while those watered from the trough gained 2.26 lbs/day. The Eastern Cereal and Oilseeds Research Centre’s vascular herbarium contains samples of around one million plants, 62% of which are from Canada. Marigolds are an easy way to keep nematodes, small worm-like animals, out of your vegetable garden. One coffee tree produces 3500 beans a year. 3500 beans produce one produce one pound of roasted coffee. Ostrich steaks bear a greater resemblance to beef than to turkey, except that they are far leaner and lower in calories than beef - even leaner than chicken or turkey breasts. North American ginseng has been exported from Canada to the Orient since the 18th century, when Jesuits discovered the plant growing wild in Canadian forests.


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4-H TROPHIES 3. CHAMPION 4-H STEER DONATED BY - R. SPONAUGLE TRUCKING (JANZEN WESTERN TRUCKING). CHAMPION 4-H FEMALE DONATED BY HOLMWOOD HEREFORDS RANCH CHAMPION 4-H SHOWMANSHIP DONATED BY - R. DEVICK & SONS STALL COMPETITION TROPHY DONATED BY - LITTLE FORT WOMEN’S INSTITUTE STALL COMPETITION PRIZES DONATED BY - COUNTRY FEEDS • 1 FOR BEEF AND DAIRY • 1 FOR LAMB AND GOATS WEIGH IN 12:00 NOON SATURDAY • Judging starts at 11:00 am Sunday September 2, 2001 • 4-H passes are free - no exhibitor fee required unless entering Open Divisions or Hall Exhibit 4-H Members entering Open Classes (where eligible) must pay an Open Exhibitors Fee. • 2:00 pm Judging Seminar on Saturday, September 1, 2001 • All animals must have 4-tag. • Passes for 4-H members, one leader and one assistant leader, will be mailed to leader for distribution. • At 5:00 pm, Sunday September 2, there will be a judging of the Best Dressed Animals, be it a calf, sheep, goat or whatever. This is open to all children 12 years and under. Assemble at the Goat arena. • All exhibitors must remain in the barn until 4:00 pm Monday, September 3, 2001 SECTION 1: STALL COMPETITION Rules as for Provincial Winter Fair competition apply. SECTION 2: BEEF CLUBS JONATHAN BRADY AND GREG SMITH Entry Fee - $1.00 per head 1. Beef Feeder Steer For Winter-Fair (will be divided into weight classes). Prizes: $7,

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$6, $5, $4, $3, $2 for each additional entry. Winners of Weight Classes (#1) will compete for the R. Sponaugle Trucking (Janzen Western Trucking) trophy. 4-H Heifer Project. All breeds to be shown together. Prizes as Class #1. 4-H Cow - Calf Project. Prizes as in Class #1. Champion 4-H Female. Trophy donated by Holmwood Herefords.

Showmanship: Members must show a steer for showmanship, except where members have a heifer as 4-H main project and no steer. Members will be scored for showmanship so as to be eligible for badges and certificates. 7. Junior Showmanship - no entry fee. Prizes $4, $3, $2, & $1. 8. Senior Showmanship - no entry fee. Prizes $4,$3, $2, & $1. 9. Championship Showmanship - Winners of Classes 7 & 8 will compete for ribbons and the R. Devick & Sons Trophy.

SECTION 3: DAIRY CLUBS KARL RAINER No Exhibitor Fee Required Entry Fee - $1 per head • Entries close Wednesday, August 15 , 2001. • Judging starts at 11 am Sunday September 2, 2001. 1. Dairy Breed Junior Heifer - born Dec., 2000 to Feb. 28, 2001. Prizes $7, $6, $5, $4, $3. 2. Dairy Breed Heifer - Intermediate - born Sept. 1, 2000 to Nov. 30, 2000. Prizes same as above. 3. Dairy Breed Heifer - Senior - born Mar. 1, 2000 to Aug. 31, 2000 Prizes same as above. 4. Dairy Club Showmanship for 1st and 2nd year members. No entry fee, but please enter on the entry form. Prizes $4, $3, $2, & $1. 5. Dairy Club Showmanship for members with over 2 years in club.


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No entry fee, but please enter on entry form. Prizes as above. 6. Winners of 1st and 2nd placing in Classes 13 & 14 will compete for the Blackwell Trophy donated by A. Blackwell. 7. Club Placing. Trophy donated by Robert and Margaret Strachan to 1st Place. 8. Pre-Club Dairy Heifer - Ribbons only. 9. Pre-Club Showmanship - Ribbons only.

5. Best Market Lamb - Prizes $4, $3.50, $3, & $2.50. $2 & $1 for additional entry. Geoff Bodman Trophy to Champion Market Lamb. 6. Ewe Lamb. Prizes same as Market Lamb. 7. Yearling Ewe. Prizes same as Market Lamb 8. Ewe with Lamb at Foot. Kamloops Alpine 4-H Club Trophy. 9. Preclub Market Lamb shown by child 6 9 yrs. Fee 50 cents. Prizes as per 4-H.

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PRECLUB MARKET LAMB TROPHY DONATED BY A. LINCOLN

Prizes - $7, $6, $5, $4, $3, & $2 each additional entry. Division A - 3 or more Dairy Animals. This years calf and calves from previous 2 years. •

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THE THOMPSON VALLEY SAVINGS CREDIT UNION DONATES A TROPHY TO THE TOP SENIOR SHOWMAN

SECTION 5: GOAT SHOW 4-H GOAT SHOW KATHLEEN SEARLE Entry fee - $1.50 per head per class. Entries close Wednesday August 15, 2001 No Exhibitor Fee Required

SECTION 4: LAMB CLUBS VICKY DAVIS

Prizes - $5, $4, $3, $2 & $1 each additional entry.

Entry Fee - 50 cents per head No Exhibitor Fee Required

Showmanship Classes. No entry fee. Prizes $4, $3, $2, & $1.

Entries close Wednesday August 15, 2001 Please state age on entry form. All lambs to be on the grounds by 10 am, Saturday, September 1, 2001, for weighing. Yellowhead 4-H Club Achievement, 1:00 pm, Saturday. Any other clubs wishing time to achieve contact; Vicky Davis at 672-5207.

Judging - Sunday, September 3, 2001 after Unrecorded Grade Goat Show 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. Sheep Trimming Competition. No entry fee. Rosettes only. Williams and Forbes Trophy. 2. Senior Showmanship. No entry fee. Prizes $4, $3, $2, & $1. Ribbons to fifth place. Kamloops Alpine Lamb Club Trophy. 3. Junior Showmanship. No entry fee. Prizes as for #2. 4. Pre-club Showmanship. No entry fee.

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9. Milking Doe, 2 and over, must be previous years achievement - must be 4-H project - 4-H Achievement Certificate must be available. Champion and Reserve Senior Doe. 10. Chevon, current year - must be 4-H project. TROPHIES H. SEARLE MEMORIAL -JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP PINE MOUNTAIN GOATS -PRECLUB SHOWMAN

SECTION 6: 4-H HORSE SHOW DENNIEL GREEN No Exhibitor Fee Required. Entry Fee - $2.50 per class. Entries close Wednesday, August 15 ,2001. Saturday, September 1, 2001, starting time 10 am sharp.

1.. Showmanship Junior 2. Showmanship Intermediate 3. Showmanship Senior 4. Bareback Equitation Junior 5. Bareback Equitation Intermediate 6. Bareback Equitation Senior 7. Stock Seat Equitation Junior 8. Stock Seat Equitation Intermediate 9. Stock Seat Equitation Senior 10. Western Riding Pattern Junior 11. Western Riding Pattern Intermediate 12. Western Riding Pattern Senior 13. Western Pleasure Junior 14. Western Pleasure Intermediate 15. Western Pleasure Senior 16. Trail Horse Junior 17. Trail Horse Intermediate 18. Trail Horse Senior 19. English Equitation Junior 20. English Equitation Intermediate 21. English Equitation Senior 22. English Pleasure Junior 23. English Pleasure Intermediate 24. English Pleasure Senior 25. Hunter Hack Junior 26. Hunter Hack Intermediate 27. Hunter Hack Senior 28. Road Hack English or Western, 15:1 & under 29. Road Hack English or Western, 15:2 & over

Prizes $5, $3, $2, $1. Ribbons to Fourth. Post entries taken at show time at double the entry fee. No Exhibitor Pass required if entering 4-H Classes ONLY. HIGH POINT AGGREGATE FOR JUNIOR, AND SENIOR DIVISIONS. Any 4-H member may show regardless of project. No post entries after show starts.

ZERR’S MAJOR APPLIANCES JUNIOR AGGREGATE LITTLE FARMS & ALBERT & GRACE FINNIGAN SENIOR AGGREGATE

SECTION 7: RABBITS LORI McFARLANE Entries must be in by Wednesday, August 15, 2001 Late entries will be accepted Friday August 31, 2001 from 2 pm to 7 pm SECTION 1

Please state whether Junior (11 years and under as of January 1, 2001) Intermediate (12 to 15 years old as of January 1, 2001) Senior (16 years and over as of January 1, 2001)

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Class 2 - 1 Buck Class 3 - Doe & Litter (3-5 week old) Class 4 - Meat Pen (not over 70 days or over 2.5kg) Class 5 - Stock Replacement Doe Class 6 - Stock Replacement Buck Class 7 - Commercial Raising Rabbit

SECTION 2: SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES Entry Fee - 50 cents Prizes: First - $6; Second - $4; Third - $2. Members must show their own projects. Rosettes only for Class 4 and 5 Class 8 - Senior (15 years and older) Class 9 - Intermediate (12, 13 & 14 year olds) Class 10 - Junior (9, 10 & 11 year olds) Class 11 - Champion and reserve Showman (top 2 of Classes 1,2 & 3) Class 12 - Pre-Clubber

SECTION 8: 4-H GRASSES & FORAGE & EDUCATION DISPLAY JANE MILBURN Entry Fee 50 cents per entry Prizes: $5 and $3. All entries must be in by Wednesday, August 15, 2001 Mail to the Secretary: Mrs. N. Clearwaters, Box 873, Barriere, B.C., V0E 1E0 Entries to be on display in Exhibit hall. CLASS 1 Collection of Range Grasses and Native Plants for Junior Clubs. * At least eight varieties * This is for members up to 19 years of age. CLASS 2 Collection of Tree Foliage in book form. Size of book no larger than 9” x 12”. CLASS 3 Prizes: First - $20; Second - $15; Third $10. Educational Display following 4-H guidelines.

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