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LOGAN COUNTY FAIR
EXHIBITORâ€™S HANDBOOK & SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Highway 22 East - Paris, Arkansas
The Logan County Fair Board would like to say
Thank YOU to these Businesses for sponsoring the Golf Tournament:
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Tuesday, August 13th - Saturday August 17th Come out and enjoy the Exhibits, the Carnival, the animals, the food and all the excitement of our County Fair!
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Welcome to Your Fair! A Message from the Logan County Fair Board President and Members
Dear fair family and friends, As your fair board president, I’d like to personally, welcome you to the 2019 Logan County Fair. We, the fair board and I, have been working together ever since the conclusion of the 2018 fair, to make this year’s fair another one to remember. We faced several challenges last year with the weather dropping a record amount of rain, the week of the fair, causing parking to be a nightmare and some major electrical problems, which we were able to come together and overcome with the help of OG&E, replacing the blown transformer, Pride Amusements and River Valley Ingredients for the use of generators to keep everything electrical rolling until OG&E could get us back on line. We are looking at a few changes again this year so, as each of you read through this year’s Fair book, you will see a few changes and additions. Please read closely, in
FAIR BOARD MEMBERS 2019 Officers
President: Wes Howard Vice-President: Michael Knoles Secretary: Tori Schluterman Treasure: Mary Howard
Dennis Bedene Janet Bedene Larry Faith Russell Featherston Yvonne Featherston Brenda Frederick Bonita Gandy Lori Howard
Charlie Koch Rochelle Koch Kendall Robertson Greg Sanders Kyle Schluterman Harold Potts Brian Wisenfels
Association Members Aaron Chastain Susan Faith
Lindell Parsons Shelly Potts
Bob Harper, County Extension Agent Agriculture Jason Binz, Paris Agriculture Education Teacher Sarah Enoch, County Extension Agent 4-H Charla Hammonds, County Extension Agent
the areas of which you choose to be a part of and make sure you note the changes that are to take place this year. There will be new things added and maybe a few things taken out from years past. We are looking forward to having Pride Amusements back, as our carnival entertainment, again this year. They did an awesome job last year with entertainment despite the bad weather we were dealt. I am looking forward to what they have to offer us this year if, we can get mother nature to deal us a fair hand and let us see some clear sky that week. Finally, I’d like to thank all our volunteers, sponsors and contributors, who all, make this fair possible. If it weren’t for the support from each one of you, this whole week would not be possible. Wes Howard, Fair Board President
What’s New At The Fair? Please review the book as there have been changes made for 2019 Backyard Poultry Class Cow/Calf Pair Single Fryer Rabbit Class New Check-in/Check-out times for Livestock Livestock Exhibitor Dress Code
Building & Repair: Lindell Parsons & Larry Faith Fairgrounds/Event Rental: Mary Howard Publicity: Pat McHughes Pageant/Talent: Whitney Parsons Fairground Maintenance: Ray Gack & Daniel Rogers Front Gate: Russell & Yvonne Featherston Back Gate: Michael Knoles & Kendall Robertson Concessions Superintendent: Harold Potts Points Bookkeeper: Mary Sullivan Carnival Superintendent: Dennis Bedene
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Today, they’re competing at the county fair… tomorrow they’ll be feeding the world. Hats off to our local youth and all of their hard work!
Table of Contents Acknowledgements ...................................3 Fair Board Members ..................................3 Schedule of Events.....................................7 General Rules & Regulations.......................8 Livestock Rules ..........................................8 Show Ring Code of Ethics...........................8 Junior Premium Auction............................12 Dairy Cattle..............................................15 Beef Cattle...............................................15 Steers......................................................16 Pullet Chain.............................................16 Poultry..................................................... 17 Waterfowl/Turkeys.................................... 18 Rabbits.....................................................20 Goats...................................................... 21 Breeding Sheep........................................22 Market Lambs.......................................... 22 Swine...................................................... 22 Aquaculture............................................. 25 Youth Dairy, Beef, Goat, Sheep, Swine Showmanship................................ 25 General Field Crops................................. 25 Home Economics..................................... 28 Horticulture.............................................. 29
Food Preservation.................................... 29 Apiary...................................................... 31 Baked Foods............................................ 31 Clothing.................................................. 32 Household Arts........................................ 32 Quilting................................................... 33 Crochet & Knitting,................................... 33 Creative Arts & Crafts............................... 34 Seasonal & Holiday Crafts........................ 34 Creative Recycling................................... 35 Home Furnishings.................................... 35 Pre-School Crafts..................................... 35 Needle Arts............................................. 35 Art ..........................................................35 Photography............................................ 36 Creative Writing....................................... 37 Many Faces of the Fair............................. 37 Flowers....................................................38 Wine Competition.................................... 39 Creative Table Setting............................... 39 Education Booths..................................... 40 Golden Harvest Award.............................. 40 Fair Pageant & Talent Show...................... 40 Pie Contest..............................................43
In Loving Memory of
BILL M. GANDY
APRIL 26, 1938 - FEBRUARY 6, 2019
Bill was retired from Dow Chemical of Russellville, AR and East Logan County Water Association, served on the North Logan County Fair Board, a member of First Baptist Church in Scranton, AR where he served as a Deacon. Bill will be greatly missed at the North Logan County Fair. He and his wife Bonita, have been an integral part of the fair for many years. We would like to take this opportunity and dedicated this book to both Bill and Bonita, as a small token of our gratitude for all they have done for our Association and Logan County.
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Schedule of Events SATURDAY, AUGUST 3RD 2:00 PM Fair Pageant and Talent Show at the Logan County Fairgrounds
TUESDAY, AUGUST 13TH 2:00-7:00 PM. Check in Field Crops, Creative Arts & Baked Goods May Leave house plants ( as long as tagged) Educational Booth Set up. 7:00-10:00 PM Livestock and Tack may arrive. Assigned spaces will be marked off. 5:30-6:30 PM Hay Show Dinner with speaker 7:30 PM Judging of Baked Goods & Table Setting
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14TH FREE ADMISSION 6:00 AM Livestock may enter the fairgrounds 10:00 AM Judging Field Crops, Horticulture & Creative Arts, Rabbits have to be entered on the fairgrounds 3:00 PM All other livestock must be officially entered on the fairgrounds. (exceptions may be made at the discretion of the fair board in situation of extreme heat) 4:30 PM Mandatory Exhibitor Meeting 6:00 PM Weigh-in of swine, goats, and cattle if applicable 6:00 PM Rabbit Show (including showmanship) in Show Barn 6:00-10:00 PM Entertainment – Pride Amusements 7:00 PM Paris First Assembly ”The Links” to Host Community Service - All ages & Denominations Welcome
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17TH
$2.00 Gate Admission 8:00-11:00 AM Enter Flowers and Houseplants 10:00 AM Poultry 10:00 AM Poultry barn will be closed during judging 11:00 AM Flower Judging 6:00 PM Livestock Judging – Goats, Lambs, Swine Showmanship with Respective Species 6:00-10:00 PM Entertainment – Pride Amusements
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18TH
$2.00 Gate Admission 6:00 PM Livestock Judging – Dairy & Beef Cattle Showmanship with Respective Species 6:00-10:00 PM Entertainment – Pride Amusements
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH
$2.00 Gate Admission 1:00 PM 4-H Pullet Sale – Poultry Barn 5:30 PM Jr. Premium Auction – Show Arena 7:00 PM Jr. Premium Auction Dinner, Home Economics Awards, Golden Harvest Award 6:00-10:00 PM Entertainment – Pride Amusements, Bull Drop Winner announced after Premium Auction, Pie Contest times to be announce
SUNDAY, AUGUST 20TH 6:00AM -12:00 PM Livestock/tack Check-out 1:00 P.M.-2:00 PM Home Economics Checkout
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GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS
Competition is open to Logan County residents and/or bonafide youth actively participating in a Logan County 4-H or FFA group. All exhibitors MUST register and have an exhibitor number. The same number MUST be used throughout the fair in ALL department. For a youth to show as a Jr. Exhibitor, he/she must be a current and active 4-H or FFA Member. Open Entries are all other youth and adults. The two divisions will not show against each other. All articles or exhibits must be entered in the name of the owner. The Fair Association reserves the right to reject or accept, conditionally, any exhibit. Entries removed before or after the official check-out times will result in a forfeit of awards and prize money. All superintendents, departments, or committees will be responsible for their departments. Where there is no competition, the judge will have the right to award 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place as the exhibit deserves. Premium payments will be made according to the classification. No premium ribbons shall be removed from the exhibit until the exhibits are removed. All livestock ribbons must be displayed. The value of each point will be determined by the total number of points issued, divided into the amount of money available. The disbursement shall be made at the discretion of the board of directors. Prize money will be mailed out following the fair. Every precaution will be taken for the safe preservation of exhibits, but all loss, damage, or accidents will be at the ownerâ€™s risk. Livestock barns are closed to livestock until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 13. No grooming chutes or stands allowed in the livestock barn. Grooming areas will be designated. Livestock exhibitors should take extra care to make sure their animals and area are presented in a clean and professional manner. All aisles and walkways should be kept clean and clear of tack, etc. All pens and stalls are to be cleaned prior to check out. Failure to do this will result in a $10 reduction in any premium money awarded. DUE TO LIMITED INSIDE GATE PARKING AND TRAFFIC FOR 2019 the check out procedures for Livestock & Poultry Barnes as well as the Home Economics Building will be given to exhibitors at check-in. If applicable, an animal that is entered in two different classes may only receive points on one class, which is the class they would receive the most points in.
Jason Binz: General Livestock Superintendent Kyle Schluterman: Cattle Superintendent Lori Howard: Poultry/Rabbit- Superintendent Brenda Frederick: Goats/Sheep-Superintendent Greg Sanders: Swine Superintendent Sarah Enoch: 4-H Pullet Chain Livestock Committee: Jason Binz Brenda Frederick Lori Howard Wes Howard Charlie Koch Rochelle Koch Kyle Schluterman Tori Schluterman Greg Sanders
The Livestock Committee will be responsible for handling all discrepancies, issues or concerns in the livestock barns. The General Livestock Superintendent shall handle all interpretations of the rules and regulations regarding the exhibition of livestock. In the event of an appeal, or as deemed necessary by the Livestock Superintendent, the Livestock Committee shall be called. Any suspected rules, regulations or code of ethics violation will be reviewed by the Livestock Committee.
LIVESTOCK RULES Ownership Deadline is June 15, 2019 Registration Deadline is July 15, 2019, Late entries will not be accepted The fair board of any county, district or the state fair, reserves the right to have a blood and urine laboratory analysis made for any animal at the fair. Any exhibitor administering a drug to an animal which would render the carcass unfit for human consumption or any exhibitor of an animal producing an analysis indicating the presence of an unapproved drug that can result in a quantitative or qualitative change in the characteristic of the animal will be required to return all premium money and could be banned from further competition. Their name and the lab analysis will be submitted to the USDA and FDA for further investigation and possible prosecution. Disclosure: Any animal receiving medication for any life threatening disease or illness threatening disease or illness will be removed at the time they are entered in the fair.
SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS
Exhibitors of animals at livestock show shall at all times express themselves with honesty and good sportsman-
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ship. Their demeanor in this competitive environment shall always reflect the highest standards of honor and dignity to promote the advancement of agricultural education. All rules and regulations outlined by the Logan County Fair shall be followed by all exhibitors. All youth leaders working with junior exhibitors are under an affirmative responsibility and must avoid improper conduct or questionable acts. Their moral values must be so certain and positive, that those younger and more pliable will be morally influenced by their fine example. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers and absolutely responsible persons who violate the code of ethics, will forfeit premiums, awards and auction proceeds and shall be prohibited from future exhibition, in accordance with the rules adopted by the respective fairs and livestock shows. Exhibitors who violate this code of this will be prohibited from competition at all livestock shows in the United States and Canada. Guidelines for all exhibitors and all livestock in competitive events: All exhibitors must present, upon request of fair and livestock officials, proof of ownership, length of ownership and age of all animals entered. Misrepresentation of ownership, age or any facts relating thereto is prohibited and will result in disqualification. All animals must be owned by June 15 in order to participate in the Logan County Fair. Exhibitors must be able to provide proof of ownership. Registrations papers must be provided for purebred livestock showing the owner as the exhibitor entered. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers or absolutely responsible persons shall provide animal health certificates from licensed veterinarians upon request by fair or livestock show officials. Paperwork must be presented at check-in. Junior exhibitors are expected to care for and groom their animals while at the fair and livestock shows as well as to keep their area in the barn clean. The fair board of any county, district or the state fair, reserves the right to have a blood and urine laboratory analysis made for any animal at their fair. Any exhibitor administering a drug to an animal which would render the carcass unfit for human consumption or any exhibitor of an animal producing an analysis indicating the presence of an unapproved drug that can result in a quantitative or qualitative change in the characteristic of the animal will be required to return all premium money and could be banned from further competition. Their name and the lab analysis will be submitted to the USDA and FDA for further investigation and possible prosecution. Disclosure: Any animal receiving medication for any life-threatening disease or illness threatening disease or illness will be removed at the time they are entered in the fair. Any surgical procedure or injection of any substance,
that could affect the animal’s natural contour, color, conformations or appearance except applications of substances to the hooves or horns that will affect appearances only, and except for surgical procedures by a licensed veterinarian for the sole purpose of protecting the health of the animal is prohibited. The use of show or handling practices or devices, such as stroking animals to cause swelling, using electrical contrivance, “icing” of market animals or other similar practices are not acceptable and are prohibited. Direct criticism or interference with the judge, fair or livestock show management, other exhibitors, breed representatives or show officials before, during or after the competitive event, is prohibited. In the furtherance of their official duty, all judges, fair and livestock management or other show officials shall be treated with courtesy, cooperation and respect. No perversion shall be directed, abusive or threatening, toward them. No owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or responsible person shall conspire with others to intentionally violate this code of ethics. Violators of this rule shall be subjected to disciplinary action. The application of this code of ethics provides absolute responsibility for an animal’s condition by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or participant whether or not he or she was actually instrumental in or had knowledge of the treatment or the animal in contravention of this code of ethics. The act of entering an animal is the giving of permission by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or responsible person, to have any disciplinary action taken by the fair or livestock show against the entries published in any publication or the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, including “Fairs and Expositions” and any special notices to members. The act of entering an animal in a fair or livestock show is the giving of verification by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or absolutely responsible person that he or she has read the Code of Ethics and understands the consequences of penalties, provided for actions prohibited by the Code. It is further consent that any action that contravenes these rules and is also in violation of federal, state or provincial statues, regulations or rules, may be released to appropriate law enforcement authorities with jurisdiction over such infractions. 1. Each livestock exhibitor will be issued (2) Exhibitor’s Passes to allow entry to the fairgrounds for the purpose of caring for their exhibit(s). This pass is non-transferable and will not be replaced if lost. 2. Livestock Check Out will be Sunday, August 18th 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. No animals except 4-H Pullets sold at auction shall leave the fairgrounds before that time. All premiums and awards shall be forfeited if an animal leaves the fairgrounds before this time
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Cattle must be broke to lead and controllable. If not, they can be removed at the discretion of the Livestock Committee. ONLY Show Management and Ring workers are allowed in the show ring during the Show or Premium Sale. Exhibitors can request exception to this rule in writing to the Livestock Committee at the time of registration. The Livestock Committee has the right to approve or reject the request upon which all decision are final. Upon entering the show staging area and ring, all animals and exhibitors are to be show ready and stay show ready. This includes but not limited to halters.
ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK; COUNTY, JR. DISTRICT, STATE FAIR LEVEL & OTHER SHOWS
All animals entering the grounds, including showing in petting zoos, childrenâ€™s barnyard animals, Old McDonald farms, etc., must meet requirements of their particular species. Arkansas livestock must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within 90 days prior to exhibition, showing the following:
Animals also must be free of other contagious, infectious and communicable diseases (Erysipelas, Atrophic, rhinitis, etc.); otherwise they will not be allowed to show and will be released from the fairgrounds. Swine must have an official federally recognized USDA 840 premise tag.
Sheep will be inspected on grounds. No sheep showing symptoms of disease, particularly foot rot, sore mouth, sheep pox and scrapie will be allowed to show. Sheep must have scrapie premise ID tag or tattoo. Tattoos will be checked at check-in.
Goats will be examined on grounds by fair personnel, veterinarians, or state/federal personnel. No goats showing evidence of abscesses and certainly draining abscesses will be allowed to show and will be released by fair officials, veterinarians or state/federal personnel. Goats showing evidence of any other disease may be released. Goats must be tattooed with a registry tattoo OR with scapie permis ID number or tag. Tattoos will be checked at check-in.
Negative Brucellosis test within 90 days prior to exhibition, for females and bulls 18 months of age and over. All heifers that have calved or are bred must be tested. Animals originating from a Certified Brucellosis Free Herd and Certified Free Herd number is shown on certificate are exempt. If Arkansas is a Class Free State, Arkansas cattle are exempt from testing. All heifers that are 4-12 months of age shall be vaccinated before entering show. Heifers that were born on or after January 1, 1986, that are over 12 months of age and are not official calfhood vaccinated, will not be allowed to show (unless they are from brucellosis Certified Free Herd).
Animals 6 months old or older are to be tested negative for Brucellosis, within 90 days of exhibition or originate directly out of a Validated Herd; with Validation number and date of last herd test shown on certificate (barrows exempt from Brucellosis testing, must be Pseudorabies tested). Animals are to be tested negative for Pseudorabies, regardless of age, within 90 days of the exhibition; on a test approved by the state veterinarian or originate directly out of a Qualified Pseudorabies Free Herd, with Qualified Herd number and date of last test shown on certificate.
An official representing the exhibition shall notify the state veterinarian no later than thirty (30) days prior to the exhibition, giving names, place, inclusive dates and time of the event. The requirements are as follows: 1. All in-state poultry, which includes domesticated game birds, quail, pheasants, peafowl, guineas and turkeys, present at exhibition in Arkansas shall have originated from U.S. Pullorum-Typhoid Clean or equivalent flocks or have had a negative Pullorum-typhoid test within ninety (90) days of the movement to the exhibition. (Pullorum-typhoid testing on fairgrounds during the fair is prohibited). This information will be documented on a NPIP Form VS 9-3, 90 Day Certificate, NPIP Flock Certification Form or similar certificate, which will accompany the poultry during exhibition. 2. All non-certified birds must be banded (leg or wing band), with a sealed band. Wrap-around plastic bands are not acceptable. In-state waterfowl are exempt from Pullorum-typhoid requirements. 3. Any poultry showing evidence of disease or insect infestation will not be permitted to exhibit. 4. Record Keeping: The sponsor of the exhibition shall compile a list of all poultry present at the exhibition. This list shall contain the name and address of each owner, the number, species, breed, variety, type, sex and Pullorum-typhoid status of all poultry present. A copy of this shall be retained
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by the sponsor of the exhibition for at least twelve (12) months. YOUTH SHOW RING DRESS CODE FOR LIVESTOCK & SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES 1. Exhibitors cannot wear a hat. 2. Premium Sale Dress Code: Shirts must be long sleeved with traditional collar. They must be tucked in. Dress Shirt or western shirts with are appropriate. 3. The Fair Board will provide Exhibitors T-Shirts for Livestock Judging. 4. Full length, dark denim pants must be worn, with a belt. 5. Exhibitors must wear some type of protective footwear. No tennis shoes allowed.
JUNIOR PREMIUM AUCTION
Saturday, August 17, 5:30 p.m. Show Arena Tori Schluterman and Jason Binz Co-Chairs The object of the sale is to reward the youth for the hard work and dedication involved in properly preparing an animal for exhibition. The auction is in honor of the youth, not the animal; however, livestock shows are a method of educating the public about providing quality livestock for our food supply. Youth are encouraged to prepare the highest quality animal they have access to for the exhibition. Animals that have been sold in the South Logan County Fair Premium are ineligible to sell in the Logan County Fair in the same year and vice versa. 1. Only bonafide Junior Livestock Exhibitors are eligible to participate in the auction. This means youth must be ages 5 to 19 and actively participating in 4-H, FFA or FCCLA. Youths are considered Junior Exhibitors through the fall following Spring graduation from high school. 2. The sale of the Junior Livestock will be under the supervision of the Junior Livestock Committee. 3. The Junior Livestock Committee will handle all arrangements for the auction, including the auctioneer, photographer, record keeping and handling of funds for the auction. 4. Order of Auction will be determined by the Committee and announced prior to sale time. 5. Junior exhibitors may sell only one animal in the auction. In the event that the exhibitor qualifies with more than one animal for the auction, the highest placing animal will be sold. 6. Animal will be sold on a “Premium Only” basis, to the highest bidder. Youth will retain ownership of the animal. Individuals that do not win the bid on the animal are encouraged to provide “add-on” money for the youth.
The youth, animal, and the buyer will be photographed immediately following the sale of the animal. Youths are expected to properly thank the buyer during the auction with a gift basket of their choosing. The premium auction checks and add on donation checks will not be given out until addressed and stamped thank you notes to the contributors are brought to the Logan County Extension office to be mailed. 8. Youth are expected to present the animal and themselves appropriately for the auction. This means grooming the animal in the proper manning and dressing in appropriate exhibitor dress for the type of animal shown. Project supervisors are available to advise on these issues. See general rules for dress code. Also, there is to be no dressing up of animals. Glittering will be allowed. 9. Youths are responsible for presenting their animal in the sale ring. Youths must be ready to enter the sale ring when their turn come up. If a youth is to be prepared and awaiting his/her turn to sell, he/ she will forfeit the opportunity to sell their animal. 10. All auction buyers and supports (through add-on money) must be prepared to pay for their premium purchases and donation immediately following the auction. Special arrangements must be made with the Auction Committee prior to the auction to do otherwise. Each exhibitor will send individually signed thank you notes to their contributors. No group signatures will be allowed. Failure to turn in thank you’s within 90 days of the auction will result in forfeiture of premium money All eligible (bonafide 4-H, FFA, or FCCLA members that have current membership and are actively participating as well as meet the age school requirement) junior livestock exhibitors will be eligible for add-on donations. These add-on donations will be mailed out prior to the fair. The following animals are eligible to sell in the Junior Livestock Auction: Grand Champion Standard Chick Grand Champion Bantam Chicken Best of show Purebred Rabbit Grand Champion Fryer Rabbit Pen of Three Reserve Grand Champion Fryer Rabbit Pen of Three Grand Champion Single Fryer Rabbit Reserve Grand Champion Single Fryer Rabbit Grand Champion Dairy Goat Female Top 6 Market Goats Top 6 Market Lambs Top 6 Market Hogs Grand Champion Prospect Hog Grand Champion Dairy Cattle Female Grand Champion Purebred Female Heifer Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Female Heifer
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Grand Champion Commercial Heifer Reserve Grand Champion Commercial Heifer Top 6 Market Steers Grand Champion Market Heifer Reserve Grand Champion Market Heifer *Note: Grand Champion or Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog is not eligible for Commercial Gilt Class. Grand Champion or Reserve Market Lamb is not eligible for Commercial Ewe. **Note: Sale spots may be added at the discretion of the Livestock Committee.
Dairy Cattle Jr. and Open Fee - $7.00 per HEAD
Exhibitors limited to 2 entries per class. All entries must comply with Health Regulations outline under General Livestock Rules. Female Classes Class 1 – Junior Heifer Calf Born March 1, 2019 to May 30, 2019 Class 2 - Intermediate Heifer Calf born Dec. 1, 2018 to Feb. 28, 2019 Class 3 – Senior Heifer Calf Born Sept. 1, 2018 to Nov. 30, 2018 Class 4 – Summer Yearling Born June 1, 2018 to August 31, 2018 Class 5 – Junior Yearling Heifer Born March 1, 2018 to May 31, 2018 Class 6 – Intermediate Senior Yearling Heifer Born Dec. 1, 2017 to Feb. 28, 2018 Class 7 – Senior Yearling heifer Born Sept. 1, 2017 to Nov. 30, 2017 Class 8 – Junior 2-yr.-old born (having calved) March 1, 2017 to August 31, 2017 Class 9 – Unfreshening 2-yr.-old (not having calved) Born March 1, 2017 to August 31, 2017 Class 10 – Senior 2-yr.-old Born Sept. 1, 2016 to Feb. 28, 2017 Class 11 – Junior 3-yr.-old Born March 1, 2016 to Aug. 31, 2016 Class 12 – Senior 3-yr.-old Born Sept. 1, 2015 to Feb. 28, 2016 Class 13 – 4 -yr.-old Cow Born Sept. 1, 2014 to Aug. 31, 2015 Class 14 – 5- and 6-yr.-old Cows Born Sept. 1, 2012 to Aug. 31, 2014 Class 15 – Dry Cow, any Age Must have completed one lactation. Class 16 – Aged cow, 7 yrs. & older Born before Sept. 1, 2012 Class 17 – Grand Champion Female Class 18 – Reserve Grand Champion
Points 60 40
Breeding Beef Cattle Jr. and Open Fee - $7.00 per HEAD
Cattle will be shown by Breed. All cattle must be registered in their appropriate association. All animals must be registered in the exhibitor’s name. All rules stated in the General Livestock Rules and Regulations apply to this department. All bulls must have nose ring in place and must use a nose lead when exhibiting. Females Class 1 – Late Jr. Heifer Calf Born March 1, 2019 or after Class 2 – Early Jr. Heifer Born Jan. 1, 2019 to Feb. 28, 2019 Class 3 – Late Sr. Heifer Born Nov. 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018 Class 4 – Early Sr. Heifer Born Sept. 1, 2018 to Oct. 31, 2018 Class 5 – Late Summer Yearling Born July 1, 2018 to Aug. 31, 2018 Class 6 – Early Summer Yearling Born May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018 Class 7 – Late Junior Yearling Born March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018 Class 8 – Early Junior Yearling Born Jan. 1, 2018 to Feb. 28, 2018 Class 9 – Senior Yearling Born Sept. 1, 2017 to Dec. 31, 2017 Class 10 – Late Summer 2 year olds Born July 1, 2017 to Aug. 31, 2017 (Must be bred) Class 11 - Cow/Calf Pair Any Female that has a calf at side 1/1/2016 to present. (Cow and Calf are not eligible to show in individual classes) Class 12 -Division Champion Class 13– Reserve Division Champion Class 14 – Grand Champion Female (Selected from Division Champions) Class 15 – Reserve Grand Champion Female (Selected from remaining Division Champions and the female that was reserve to the Grand Champion) Points 60 40
Bulls Class 16 – Late Jr. Bull Calf Born March 1, 2019 and after Class 17 – Early Jr. Bull Calf
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Born Jan. 1, 2019 to Feb. 28, 2019 Class 18 – Late Sr. Bull Calf Born Nov. 1, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2018 Class 19 - Early Sr. Bull Calf Born Sept. 1, 2018 to Oct. 31, 2018 Class 20 - Late Summer Yearling Bull Born July 1, 2018 to August 31, 2018 Class 21- Early Summer Yearling Bull Born May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018 Class 22- Late Jr. Yealing Bull Born March 1, 2018 - April 30, 2018 Class 23 - Early Jr. Yearling Bull Born January 1, 2018- February 28, 2019 Class 24- Sr. Yearling Bull August 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 Class 25 – Grand Champion (Selected from Division Champions) Class 26 – Reserve Grand Champion Bull (Selected from remaining Division Champions and the Bull that was reserve to the Grand Champion.) Points 60 40
Jr. Commercial Beef Heifer Fee- $7.00 per HEAD
All animals must be crossbred. No registered animals will be allowed to show in this department. Animals must be born prior to or on April 1, 2019. Classes will be divided by breed division and weight determined at weigh-in time during fair. A Champion and Reserve Champion Heifer will be selected from the 1st place heifers in each class. Jr. Exhibitors only.
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Jr. Bucket Calf/Bottle Calf Class Fee - $7.00 per HEAD
Calf must be born after March 1, 2019 and be at least 90 days old when shown. Calf may be any breed or sex (heifer, steer or bull) Calf is not eligible to show in any other classes. Calf must be broke to lead. Only one entry per exhibitor due to all calves showing together. Must be able to provide proof (photos, etc.) that show this calf was strictly a bottle fed baby. Jr. Exhibitors only.
Jr. Market Heifer Fee - $7.00 per HEAD
All rules state in the General Livestock Rules and Regulations apply to this department. Heifers will be weighed and classes will be divided by weight. Calves must be composed of beef breeds and be polled or dehorned. Jr Exhibitors only A champion and Reserve Champion Market Heifer will be chosen. Points 60 40 20
DEPARTEMENT 5 4-H Pullet Chain Fee – No Fee
For Logan County 4-H and FFA members currently enrolled in the 4-H Pullet Chain. Rules for Pullet Chain entries are as follows:
Points 60 40 30 20
Jr. Market Steers Fee - $7.00 per HEAD
All rules stated in the General Livestock Rules and Regulation apply to this Department. Steers will be entered into one of three classes – Prospect, Feeder or Market. Calves must be composed of beef breeds and be polled or dehorned. Jr. Exhibitors only. Classes for Steers 1. Prospect Steer 2. Feeder Steer 3. Market Steer Points
60 40 20
Weight 450-649 lbs. 650-849 lbs. Over 850 lbs
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4-H member shall enter 3 pullets for every flock of 20-25 birds received at the beginning of the project. The pens of pullets will be judged against each other and will receive a blue, red, or white ribbon based on quality and uniformity of the pen. The top two pens will be designated as the Champion and Reserve Champion pen of pullets. Each pen will be auctioned off to the highest bidder on Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Poultry Barn. The exhibitor is expected to be present at the sale. Money raised during the auction goes back to the Pullet Chain Fund to provide chicks for the chain next year. 4-H members may enter other poultry from their 4-H flock in Department 6 to compete for more
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premium points. 4-H exhibitors are expected to care for their entries during the fair. Feed & water containers should be kept full and eggs should be gathered. Exhibitors are responsible for bringing their own feed. Pullets exhibited in the 4-H Pullet Chain show are not eligible to sell in the Junior Premium Auction. All other poultry entries released with livestock entries. BRING YOUR OWN FEEDERS AND WATERS
Poultry Jr. and Open Fee- $1.00 per Head
All entries must comply with the health standards outlined in the General Livestock Rules under Arkansas Poultry. Poultry classifications are as follows: Cock - Male bird over one year of age Hen - Female bird over one year of age Cockerel - Male bird under one year of age Pullet -Female bird under one year of age
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Old Trio - Cock and two Hens Young Trio - Cockerel and two Pullets. Poultry entries are limited to 10 entries per breed per exhibitor. No fighting cocks will be shown or exhibited. All birds must have a leg or wing band and accompanied by papers providing current negative test for pullorum typhoid. NO BIRD WILL BE ALLOWED TO SHOWN THAT DOES NOT HAVE A WING BAND OF LEG BAND. Poultry entered in one class cannot be entered in another class. For example: poultry entered in the backyard poultry class cannot be entered in the purebred class (department 6) Registration is required. Dead line to enter is July 15, 2019! NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE EXCEPTED!!!! The judge may move a bird that does not meet standards to Backyard Bird Class. Poultry may be removed by any member of the livestock committee or poultry superintendent if found to be showing any evidence of infectious or contagious disease or insect infestation. Exhibitors are responsible for the welfare of your poultry. Exhibitors should plan to make daily checks on poultry and provide water and food each day. Each exhibitor must PROVIDE THEIR OWN FEED! Poultry is entered at your own risk. If separation panels are needed it is up to you the exhibitor to provide them! YOU WILL NEED TO BRING YOUR OWN FEEDERS AND WATERS! WE WILL NOT BE PROVIDING THEM! Poultry Classes Class 1 – Standard Single Cock Class 2 – Standard Single Hen Class 3 – Standard Single Cockerel Class 4 – Standard Single Pullet Class 5 – Standard Young Trio Class 6 – Standard Old Trio Class 7 – Bantam Single Cock Class 8 – Bantam Single Hen Class 9 - Bantam Single Cockerel Class 10 - Bantam Single Pullet Class 11 - Bantam Young Trio Class 12 - Bantam Old Trio Points 12 8
Grand Champion Bantam Cockerel Grand Champion Bantam Pullet of Show Grand Champion Bantam Trio of Show
BACKYARD POULTRY Jr and Open
Fee- $1.00 per Entry 1. Any bird that does not meet the standard of perfection may be entered into the backyard poultry class. 2. This is an open class. Juniors and Open will compete against each other. 3. Poultry may be removed by any member of the livestock committee or poultry superintendent if found to be showing any evidence of infectious or contagious disease or insect infestation 4. Exhibitors are responsible for the welfare of your poultry. Exhibitors should plan to make daily checks on poultry and provide water and food each day. Each exhibitor must PROVIDE THEIR OWN FEED! 5. Poultry is entered at your own risk. If separation panels are needed it is up to you the exhibitor to provide them! 6. YOU WILL NEED TO BRING YOUR OWN FEEDERS AND WATERS! WE WILL NOT BE PROVIDING THEM! 7. Registration is required. Dead line to enter is July 15, 2019! NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE EXCEPTED!!!! 8. Poultry entered in this class cannot compete in any other class. 9. NO fighting cocks allowed. CLASSES FOR BACKYARD POULTRY 1. Best Comb 2. Best Tail 3. Best Feather Pattern 4. Most Unique 5. Biggest 6. Smallest 7. Best Overall Backyard Bird 8. Reserve Backyard Bird Points 12 8
Best of Show Standard Best of Show Bantam Grand Champion Standard Cock of Show Grand Champion Standard Hen of Show Grand Champion Standard Cockerel Grand Champion Standard Pullet of Show Grand Champion Standard Trio of Show Grand Champion Bantam Cock of Show Grand Champion Bantam Hen of Show
Waterfowl, Turkeys, Pigeons, Doves, Pheasants, Quail and Peafowl Jr. and Open Fee- $1.00 per HEAD
References to Young and Old in Classes refer to over one year of age and under one year of age. All rules stated in the General Livestock Rules and
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There’s a reason for carnival people who face the rains, storms, heat and drought, Who work so hard all day and night, Traveling weekends with no rest in sight. Sometimes I wonder who gives us the strength To put up with the things I mentioned above, It must be God’s hand that gives us a lift. Don I say it can’t be, For the reasons are here for you to see. Is it because we take care of our own And give them a plot, Hiring the people no one cares about, Or, is it because we bring joy to you, In the hills, the country, and the cities too? Or, that we help to buy those big, red trucks Firemen use to save your homes and lives, you folks? Because we help the needy, the helpless, The cancer, heart and paralysis And many more funds we raise for you? Many hospitals and churches we help to support
Plus the little leagues we help to equip, you Know, And the many more I will mention below. The Lions Club, Exchange and Optimists, naming just a few, Yes, the Chamber of Commerce and the Jaycees too. War veterans and legions, their homes we help build, But the proudest of all are fairs we support, To increase the crops, to improve them more. To better the herds and the poultry flocks. And many more things that benefit folks. For the bigger the crops, The larger the herds, Is what gives us the abundance That we have in reserve. Yes, we are the helping hands of God. So, give them respect and a smile, not a frown, Whenever a carnival comes to town. Anthony Santillo-1978 Join our Facebook page to receive updates on times and prices!
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Regulations apply to this department References to Young and Old in Classes refer to over one year of age and under one year of age. All rules stated in the General Livestock Rules and Regulations apply to this department Entries are limited to 5 entries per exhibitor in this department. Turkeys must have a leg or wing band an accompanied by papers providing a current negative test for pullorum typhoid. Registration is required. Dead line to enter is July 15, 2019. NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE EXCEPTED. Exhibitors are responsible for the welfare of your exhibit. You should plan to make daily checks on the exhibit and provide food and water each day. Exhibitors are required to provide their own food and water. We will NOT PROVIDE FEEDERS OR WATERS THIS YEAR! Bring your own. Awards Best of Show Waterfowl Best of Show Turkey Classes for Geese 1.Old Gander 2.Old Goose 3.Young Gander 4.Young Goose 5.Champion Gander 6.Champion Goose Classes for Ducks 1. Old Drake 2. Old Hen 3. Young Drake 4. Young Hen 5. Champion Drake 6. Champion Hen Classes for Turkeys 1.Old Tom 2.Old Hen 3.Young Tom 4.Young Hen 5.Champion Tom 6.Champion Hen Points 12 8
Does scheduled to kindle within two weeks of beginning show date are not eligible to show. Exhibitors must furnish their own cooling items, feed, feeders and waterers and must be responsible for feeding and watering their animals. All rules in the General Livestock Rules and Regulations apply to this Department. Exhibitors to be present during show and will be responsible for placing rabbits on judging table. Rabbits must have identifying number in their ear that matches number on entry form. This does not have to be a permanent tattoo, but it must last through duration of fair. Judging of purebreds will be in accordance with breed standards established by ARBA. All purebred rabbits will be shown by breed. Classes will be provided for all recognized breeds. This is not a sanctioned ARBA Show. Rabbits entered must be placed in proper class by exhibitor on the entry form. Mis-classing a rabbit will result in a disqualification. Rabbits entered on the RABBIT FORM as Pet Rabbits do not have to meet breed specifications, nor do they have to be registered. Cross breeds or Purebreds disqualified will be shown together in the Pet Division. Pet Rabbits will be judged based on overall health, fleshing, and quality of fur. Purebred Division Classes Class 1 – Junior Doe (under 6 months) Class 2 – Junior Buck (under 6 months) Class 3 – Senior Doe (over 6 months) Class 4 - Senior Buck (over 6 months) Class 5 – Best of Show Class 6 – Best Opposite Sex Pet Rabbit(cross breeds) Division Classes Class 7 - Junior Doe (under 6 months) Class 8 - Junior Buck (under 6 months) Class 9 - Senior Doe (over 6 months) Class 10 - Senior Buck (over 6 months) BEST OF SHOW AND RESERVE RIBBONS AWARDED Points 12 8
Rabbits Jr. and Open Fee - $1.00 per HEAD
All rabbits exhibited must be healthy. The Livestock Committee or judge reserves the right to reject or remove any entry showing signs of disease, sick and or unsightly specimens. Availability of space depends on the number of entries
Meat Fryer Pen and Single Fryer Junior Exhibitors Only Fee - $1.00 per HEAD Rules for Meat Pens 1. 2.
Both does and bucks may be entered. Meat Fryer pens must be shown in a pen of three (3).
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Entries must not be over 12 weeks of age. Only ONE pen per exhibitor A pen of three (3) must weight a minimum of 9 lbs. (3 lbs. per rabbit) and a maximum 16.5 lbs. (5.5 lbs. per rabbit). 6. Exhibitor must own entry by July 1, 2019 Special Rules for Single Fryer 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Both does and Bucks may be entered. Single Fryer may not be shown as part of a meat pen, Entries must not be over 12 weeks of age. Single fryer must have minimum weight of 3 lbs. and a maximum weight of 5.5 lbs. Only TWO single fryers can be entered per exhibitor Exhibitor must own entry by July 1, 2019
Classes for Fryer Rabbits Class 1- Pen of 3 Meat Fryer Pen Class 2 - Single Fryer Points 12 8
Dairy Goat Jr. and Open Fee- $4.00 per HEAD
This show is open to all recognized breeds and grades. Goats will be shown by breeds and must meet breed specification. All goats must have scrapie identification. Goats must be registered and have papers in exhibitor’s name. Show date will be used for age calculation. Must have a birth date for all entries. All animals should be clipped and properly fitted to receive awards. Goats must be shown with a neck lead or chain. Classes Junior Doe Show (Under 24 months that have never been freshened) Class 1 – Junior Kid - 0-4 months Class 2 – Intermediate kid - 4-6 months Class 3 – Senior Kid - 6-8 month Class 4 – Winter Kid - 8-12 months Class 5 – Junior Yearling - 12-16 months Class 6 – Senior Yearling - 16-24 months Class 7 – Champion Jr. Doe Class 8 - Reserve Champion Doe Class 9 – Overall Best Jr. Doe Senior Doe Show (any doe that has freshened or is being milked regularly) Class 10 – Does - 1 year and under Class 11 – Does - 2 years and under
Class 12 – Does - 3 years and under Class 13 – Does - 4 years and under 5 Class 14 – Does - 5 years and older Class 15 – Champion Senior Doe Class 16 – Reserve Champion Doe Class 17 – Overall Best Senior Doe Points 30 20
Jr. Market Goats Fee- $4.00 per HEAD
All applicable rules in the Livestock General Rules and Regulations apply to this department. 2. Goats should be tattooed with a legible tattoo or have scrapie identification. 3. Exhibitors are limited to three entries in this department. 4. Both does and wethers are eligible for show. Does shown in the dairy show cannot compete in the market show. 5. All entries must be less than one year old and still have baby teeth. 6. Any standard breed or cross of breeds may be shown. 7. Market goats may be horned but horns must be tipped for safety (no specific length). 8. Minimum weight will be 35 pounds with no maximum. Classes will be formed after weigh-in at the fair. 9. Market goats are to be considered slaughter animals for human consumption and should be medicated accordingly. 10. Divisions will be broken by weight. 11. Market Goats are to be clipped to 3/16". Points 30 20
Breeding Meat Goat Does Jr. and Open Fee - $4.00 per HEAD
Applicable rules state in the General Livestock Rules and Regulations apply. Goats must be registered in the exhibitor’s name and will be shown by breed. Classes Junior Does Class 1 – Junior Kid - Born April 14, 2019 and later Class 2 – Intermediate Kid - Born March 14, 2019 to April 13, 2019 Class 3 – Senior Kid - Born Feb. 25, 2019 to March 13, 2019
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Class 4 – Winter Kid -Born Jan. 1, 2019 to Feb. 24, 2019 Class 5 – Junior Yearling - Born April 14, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2018 Class 6 – Senior Yearling - Born Sept. 14, 2018 to April 13, 2018 Class 7 – Champion Jr. Doe Class 8 – Reserve Champion Doe Class 9 – Overall Best Jr. Doe - Senior Does Class 10 – Yearling Doe - Born Sept. 14, 2017 to Sept. 13, 2018 Class 11 – 2 Year Old Doe - Born Sept. 14, 2016 to Sept. 13, 2017 Class 12 – 3 Year Old Doe - Born Sept. 14, 2015 to Sept. 13, 2016 Class 13 – 4 Year Old Doe - Born Sept. 14, 2014 to Sept. 13, 2015 Class 14 – 5 Year Old Doe - Born Sept. 14, 2013 to Sept. 13, 2014 Class 15 – Champion Sr. Doe - Class 16 – Reserve Champion Sr. Doe Class 17 – Overall Champion Sr. Doe Points 30 20
Breeding Sheep Jr. and Open Fee - $4.00 per HEAD
Class 13 – Grand Champion Ewe Class 14 – Reserve Grand Champion Ewe, selected from remaining Champions and the Ewe that stood reserve to the Grand Class 15 – Pair of Ram Lambs Class 16 – Pair of Yearling Rams Class 17 – Pair of Ewe Lambs Class 18 – Pair of Yearling Ewes Class 19 – Best Pair (Rams & Ewes) Class 20 – Exhibitors flock (Ram under 2, 2 Yearling Ewes, 2 Ewe Lambs) Class 21 – Pen of 3 Lambs (both sexes) Points 30 20
Jr. Commercial Ewe Fee - $4.00 per head
A commercial ewe is any ewe that is crossbred or any purebred ewe that is ineligible for registration. Minimum weight is 70 lbs. Ewes must be born after September 1, 2015 Classes will be divided by age without regard to breed. The number of classes will be determined by the number of entries. Ewe lambs are eligible to show in both the market and commercial show. They will be required to pay fees for each entry in each Department.
All entries must be purebred and registered animals entered in the exhibitor’s names. Entries in the lamb classes must have baby teeth. Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries per class. Entries will be shown by breed.
Points 30 20
Breeding Sheep Classes Class 1 – Yearling Ram Class 2 – Senior Ram - Born Sept. 1, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2018 Class 3 – Junior Ram Lamb - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2019 Class 4 – Breed Champion Ram Class 5 – Reserve Breed Champion Ram Class 6 – Yearling Ewe Class 7 – Senior Ewe Lamb - Born Sept. 1, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2018 Class 8 – Junior Ewe Lamb - Born on or after Jan. 1, 2019 Class 9 – Breed Champion Ewe Class 10 - Reserve Breed Champion Ewe Class 11 – Grand Champion Ram selected from Breed Champions Class 12 – Reserve Grand Champion Ram selected from remaining Champions and the Ram that stood reserve to the Grand
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Jr. Market Lambs Fee - $4.00 per head
Both ewe and wether lambs may show. All lambs must have baby teeth present at show. Minimum weight is 75 pounds with no maximum. Exhibitors are limited to three entries in this department. Ewe lambs are eligible to show in both the market and commercial show. They will be required to pay fees for each entry in each department Divisions will be formed by weight of lambs after weigh-in. All sheep should be slick shorn. Any unshorn or long haired/woolly sheep will be disqualified.
Points 30 20
Jr. Purebred, Commercial & Market Swine Fee- $4.00 per head
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Open to any crossbred (or purebred ineligible for registration) or purebred animal. Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries in each category. Market Hogs can be castrated males or females. Market gilts that do not make sale are eligible to show in commercial gilt classes. Must be entered separately and pay separate entry fee.. 15A Divisions for Prospect Hogs Prospect 50-179 lbs. 15B Division for Market Hogs Market 180-290 lbs. (Divisions will be formed by weight after weigh-in.) 15C Classes for Commercial Gilts February Gilt March Gilt April Gilt May Gilt Champion Commercial Gilt Reserved Champion Commercial Gilt 15D Classes for Breed Gilts February Gilt March Gilt April Gilt May Gilt Champion Breed Gilt Reserve Champion Breed Gilt Points 30 20
DEPARTMENT 16 Jr. Aquaculture
Entries limited to a trio of a species. Minimum size of 3 inches. Fish may be purchased or collected by the exhibitor. Entries must be brought in on Wednesday during Livestock check-in and stay on exhibit until 9:00 p.m. Saturday. Exhibitors must provide tank, feed, and aerator. Classes Lot 1 – Arkansas Game Fish Lot 2 – Arkansas Non-Game fish Points 6 4
YOUTH DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP 1. Three Divisions: Pee-Wee – under 9; Junior – 9-13; and Senior – 14-19 2. Will be held immediately following the Dairy Show. 3. Buckle will be presented to each division winter. YOUTH BEEF SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES 1. There Will be three divisions of Youth Beef Showmanship: Pee-Wee – under 9; Junior – 9-13; and Senior – 14—19. Each division winner will receive a buckle. 2. Beef Showmanship will be held immediately following Beef Show. 3. A buckle will be awarded to the winner of each division. YOUTH GOAT SHOWMANSHIP 1. Youth Goat Showmanship will be held immediately following the Goat show. 2. There will be three divisions: Pee-Wee – under 9, Junior - 9-13; Senior – 14-19 3. A buckle will be awarded to the winner of each division. YOUTH SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP 1. Youth Showmanship will be divided into three divisions: Pee-Wee – under 9; Junior – 9-13; and Senior – 14-19 2. Each division winner will receive a buckle 3. Sheep showmanship will be held immediately following the Sheep Show. YOUTH SWINE SHOWMANSHIP 1. Youth Swine Showmanship will be divided into three divisions: Pee-Wee – under 9; Junior – 9-13; and Senior 14-19 2. Each division winner will receive a buckle 3. Swine showmanship will be held concurrently with the Swine Show.
Herdsman Award Herdsman Awards will be given to for Cattle, Swine, Goats, Poultry, Rabbits, and Sheep. Qualities to look for in herdsman are cleanliness of animals and area as well as an overall exhibitor that exhibits good sportsmanship.
GENERAL FIELD CROPS
Entry form is located in the back of the book. Entry forms must be received prior to the 9:30 check-in time.
Bob Harper, Chairperson DIVISION 5
CLASS 1 – CORN Lot 1 Best 6 ears – yellow Lot 2 Best 6 ears – white
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CLASS 6 – SILAGE Lot 18 Corn Silage – 1 Gal. Jar Lot 19 Sorghum Silage – 1 Gal. Jar
probe will be accepted for chemical analysis in the Logan County Hay Show. Hay probes are available to be check out in the Extension Office if the producer does not have access to one. Producers are encouraged to contact the extension agent to visit their farm or field and collect samples for hay show entry. Logan County hay samples should include: 1) approximately one-half pound core sample hay and 2) a 1 gallon freezer bag full of loose hay to be used as a visual representation of analyzed hay. No grab or loose samples will be accepted for analysis in the Logan County Hay show. Grab or loose samples will only be utilized as a visual sample to be viewed at hay show. Entries will be displayed at the Logan County Fair. Producers’ samples will be displayed using assigned number to be provided by hay show coordinator. No names or other identification will be displayed on the representative sample. Educational meeting will immediately follow the meal. Samples will be ranked using visual examination (Totaling 50 points) and laboratory analysis using the Relative Feed Quality score (Totaling 50 points) Entry fee is $8.00/sample. Awards will be given as follows: 2019 Logan County Best of Show, Warm Season Champion, Cool Season Champion
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Lot 20 Lot 21
CLASS 2 – SORGHUM HEAD Lot 3 Grain – 6 heads Lot 4 Sweet– 6 heads CLASS 3 – GRAIN & LEGUMES Lot 5 Wheat – 1 Gal. Jug Lot 6 Oats, Winter – 1 Gal. Jug Lot 7 Cowpeas – 1 Gal. Jug Lot 8 Field Beans – 1 Gal. Jug Lot 9 Peanuts – 1 Gal. Jug Lot 10 Soybeans – 1 Gal. Jug Lot 11 Sunflower – 1 head CLASS 4 – CLOVERS Lot 12 Arrowleaf Clover Lot 13 Crimson Clover Lot 14 White Clover CLASS 5 – FORAGE GRASSES (Seed) Lot 15 Tall Fescue – 1 Qt. Jar Lot 16 Rye Grass – 1 Qt. Jar Lot 17 Grass
CLASS 7 – HAY SHOW Tuesday, August 14th
5:30 Hay Show 6:00 Meal followed by an education program Sponsors: Logan County Bank Logan County Cattlemen’s Association Ross Rogers Equipment Meal provided by Farmers Coop-Subiaco This year’s hay show will be held in combination with the Logan County Fair. The Hay show is open to all Logan County hay producers at a minimal cost of eight dollars ($8.00)/sample. The purpose of the hay show is to encourage producers to test his/her hay to determine the nutritional value of their product. All Logan County producers are encouraged to participate. RULES AND REGULATIONS Each class entry shall contain a representative sample of hay produced in Logan County by the contestant. Hay samples are due no later than 4:00 p.m., August 6, at the Logan County Extension Office, #15 Courthouse, 25 West Walnut, Paris, AR 72855. Samples can be submitted by contacting Bob Harper in the Logan County Extension Office at 479-963-2360. Only core samples taken with an approved forage/hay
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Youth and Adult Section GENERAL RULES 1.
All exhibits must be entered from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday except houseplants and fresh flowers which must be entered Thursday from 8:00-11:00 a.m. and cannot be removed until released by the division superintendents.
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Check out is 1:00-2:00 p.m. Sunday. Entries removed before or after the official check-out times will result in a forfeit of awards and prize money. The Fair Association will not be responsible for items left after 2:00 p.m. on Sunday. Judging except for houseplants and fresh flowers will begin at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday and continue until completed. The exhibit building will be closed during judging. Judges are selected for their experience and expertise. Judge’s decisions are final. Youth Division departments are open to youth 19 years old and younger. All items should have exhibitor’s age on them. Exhibits must be entered in the name of the collector, maker, or grower only and must have been prepared, finished, made, or grown by the exhibitor since the conclusion of the last Logan County Fair. Exhibitors are limited to only one entry in each lot, but may enter items in as many categories as desired. Each item can only be judged once. Items will be judged according to the merit of the item and will be awarded A, B, or C accordingly. No premium or ribbon will be awarded if an article is deemed unworthy. Points vary and are indicated in the fair catalog. Value of points cannot be
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determined until all points are tabulated. All items must be clean and in proper repair. Grand Champion ribbons will be awarded for the outstanding entry in each department as selected by the judges. Youth winners will be recognized with a trophy at the Awards Program Saturday at 7:00. For point values in the Home Economics Field the winners of each Grand Champion Category will be awarded three times the amount shown in the category as shown in the fair book for the respective first place positions. 10. Additional rules may apply in each department. 11. All general rules also apply. 8. 9.
Yvonne Featherston, Chairperson DIVISION 6 Youth & Adult Section Judging will be on the Danish System FRUIT – CLASS 1 Lot 1 Plate of 3-5 Apples Lot 2 Plate of 3 Grapes clusters Lot 3 Plate of 3 Pears Lot 4 Plate of 3 Muscadine Lot 5 Plate of 3 Peaches VEGETABLES – CLASS 2 Lot 5 Plate of 8 Snap Beans Lot 6 Plate of 8 Pole Beans Lot 7 Plate of 8 Lima Beans Lot 8 Plate of 8 Crowder Peas in pod Lot 9 Plate of 8 Blackeye Peas in pod Lot 10 Plate of 8 Purple Hull Peas in pod Lot 10a Plate of 8 Whippoorwill Peas in pod Lot 11 Plate of 5 Tomatoes Any Variety Lot 11a Plate of 5 Green Tomatoes Lot 12 Plate of 5 Onions Any variety Lot 13 Plate of 8 Plate Okra Lot 14 Plate of 3 Peppers/ sweet Lot 15 Plate of 8 Pepper/ hot Lot 15a Plate of 8 Peppers/ ornamental Lot 16 Plate of 3 Turnips Tops removed Lot 17 Plate of 3 Cucumbers Slicer Type Lot 18 Plate of 8 or more Cucumbers – Pickling Type Lot 19 Plate of 3 ears Sweet Corn Lot 20 Plate of 5 Beets Lot 21 Plate of 6 Carrots Lot 21a Plate of 3 Garlic POTATOES – CLASS 3 Lot 22 Plate of ½ peck or 6 to 8 Peck Irish Potatoes Any Variety Lot 23 Plate of ½ peck or 6 to 8 Peck Sweet
Potatoes Any Variety
MISCELLANEOUS – CLASS 4 Lot 24 Cantaloupe Lot 25 Watermelon Lot 26 1 Pumpkin – large field type Lot 27 Pumpkin – small sugar type Lot 28 Eggplants Lot 29 Squash (large type) Lot 30 Squash (small) – 5 Lot 31 Best tray exhibit of Vegetables – 6 or more kinds Lot 32 Gourds Large Lot 32b Gourds Small Lot 33 Other items not listed as a class Lot 34 Youth Only Horticulture Combination of fruits & Vegetables to form any object/animal Lot 35 Eggs – ½ dozen, brown or white Lot 36 Most unusual or unique item. Quality of vegetables, arrangement and overall appearance will be considered in judging. Points 6 4
Jr. & Sr. Divisions Patsy Spellins, Chairperson Youth & Adult Rules
Canned products may be shown only in standard canning pint jars except jams, jellies & preserves, which may be canned in standard pint, half pint or 12 oz. jars made for home canning. Due to space and handling, quarts will not be accepted. All jars must be sealed with canning lids, bands must be clean & free from rust. Jars sealed with paraffin will not be accepted. One entry only in each lot. Each must be canned by approved method. Vegetables must be canned in pressure canner. Youth must be at least 9 year old to enter food preservation. Youth must be 12 years old to enter classes by pressure canner method. No artificial color allowed Due to food safety issues, only foods approved for canning by USDA will be entered in the fair. Call the Cooperative Extension Service to check http://www.uga. edu/nchfp/index.html for canning guidance. SCORECARD Pack – Liquid clear & over the product; proper head space. No sediment in the bottom of the jar. Appearance – young & tender, free from strings, fiber, large stems, cores and white streaks.
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Uniformity – pieces of the same size and shape with color characteristic of the product. Texture – fruit should be firm & vegetables should hold their shape.
METHOD BOILING WATER BATH Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5 Lot 6 Lot 7 Lot 8 Lot 9 Lot 10 Lot 11 Lot 12 Lot 13 Lot 14 Lot 15 Lot 15a
Apples Applesauce Apricots Berries Blackberries Cherries Figs Grapes Mincemeat Muscadines Peaches Pears Plums Sauerkraut Tomatoes Other article not listed as class
Juices—1/4” headspace Lot 16 Apple Lot 17 Blackberry Lot 18 Berry Lot 19 Cherry Lot 20 Grape Lot 21 Muscadine Lot 22 Plum Lot 23 Tomato Lot 23a Other article not listed as a class Jelly – ¼” headspace Lot 24 Apple Lot 25 Berry Lot 26 Blackberry Lot 27 Cherry Lot 28 Grape Lot 29 Muscadine Lot 30 Peach Lot 31 Plum Lot 32 Purple Hull Lot 33 Strawberry Lot 34 Sweet Pepper Lot 35 Hot Pepper Lot 35a Other article not listed as a class Jam – ¼” headspace Lot 36 Berry Lot 37 Blackberry Lot 38 Cherry Lot 39 Fig
Lot 40 Lot 41 Lot 42 Lot 43 Lot 44 Lot 45 Lot 45a
Grape Muscadine Peach Pear Plum Strawberry Other article not listed as a class
Preserves – ¼” headspace Lot 46 Apple Lot 47 Berry Lot 48 Blackberry Lot 50 Fig Lot 51 Peach Lot 52 Pear Lot 53 Plum Lot 54 Strawberry Lot 54a Other article not listed as a Class Marmalades, Butter, and Syrup – headspace is variable Lot 55 Apple Lot 56 Berry Lot 57 Peach Lot 58 Pear Lot 59 Other article not listed as a class Pickles – ½” headspace Lot 60 Beets Lot 61 Bread and Butter Lot 62 Cauliflower Lot 63 Cucumber pickle, sliced Lot 64 Cucumber pickles, whole Lot 65 Dill Lot 66 Fruit Lot 67 Pepper Lot 68 Mixed Lot 69 Okra Lot 70 Squash Lot 70a Other article not listed as a class Relishes, Sauces - headspace is variable Lot 71 Chow Chow Lot 72 Corn Lot 73 Cucumber Lot 74 Green Tomato Lot 75 Mexican Tomato sauce Lot 76 Ketchup Lot 77 Pepper, Hot Lot 78 Pepper, Green Lot 79 Salsa Lot 80 Squash Lot 81 Spaghetti Sauce, No meat Lot 82 Tomato Sauce Lot 82a Other article not listed as a class Points 4 2 Ribbon
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PRESSURE CANNING METHOD
Lot 83 Lot 84 Lot 85 Lot 86 Lot 87 Lot 88 Lot 89 Lot 90 Lot 91 Lot 92 Lot 93 Lot 94 Lot 95 Lot 96 Lot 97 Lot 98 Lot 99 Lot 100 Lot 101 Lot 101a
Asparagus Beans, Lima Beans, Shell Beans, Snap (1” pieces) Beets Carrots Corn, whole kernel Corn, cream style Greens, any variety Hominy Okra Peas, Green or English Peas, Field Peppers Potatoes, White Potatoes, sweet, pieces Pumpkins, cubed only Soup Mixture Squash, winter, cubed Other article not listed as class
Points 4 2 Ribbon
DEHYDRATION/DRYING METHOD Meat Lot 102 Lot 103 Lot 104 Lot 105 Lot 105a
Beef Fish Poultry Meat Other article not listed as class
Dried Products – may enter 3 different dried products in each category. Entries must be exhibited in a canning jar with lid and ring band in place. The jar does not have to be sealed. Jar must be filled to ½” from the top. Lot 106 Fruit Lot 107 Vegetables Lot 108 Herbs Lot 109 Jerky Points 4 2 Ribbon
Food entries must be exhibited in a canning jar with lid and ring band in place. The jar does not have to be sealed. No rusty rings or lids. Lot 1 Honey
Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4
Honey with Comb Bee Pollen Other article not listed as class
Points 4 2 Ribbon
Janet Thurman, Chairperson Youth and Adult
All food must be placed on paper plates and in plastic bags, prepared by the individual at home. No mixes should be used. Have name & division taped on bottom of plate. Cakes & loaf breads may be picked up after judging. One piece will be left for exhibit. Lot 1 Biscuits (3) Lot 2 Brownies (3) Lot 3 Candy, Divinity (6) Lot 4 Candy, Fudge (6) Lot 5 Candy, Other (6) Lot 6 Cake, Angelfood/unsliced Lot 7 Cake, Chiffon Lot 8 Cake, iced (sheet or Layer) Lot 9 Cake (decorated) Do Not Cut Lot 9b Cupcake (decorated) Lot 10 Cake, loaf (unsliced) Lot 11 Cupcakes (3 plain) Lot 12 Cookies, bar (3) Lot 13 Cookies, decorated (3) Lot 14 Cookies, dropped (3) Lot 15 Cookies, rolled out (3) Lot 16 Cornbread (3) Lot 17 Doughnuts, iced (3) Lot 18 Doughnuts, un-iced (3) Lot 19 Doughnuts, cake (3) Lot 20 Muffins (3) Lot 21 Popovers (quick bread 3) Lot 22 Sweet Bread, loaf Lot 23 Sweet rolls, unfrosted Lot 24 Sweet Rolls, frosted (3) Lot 25 Yeast Bread, loaf – White (7) Lot 26 Yeast Bread, loaf-Whole Wheat Lot 27 Yeast Bread, machine made Lot 28 Yeast Bread, rolls-White (3) Lot 29 Yeast Bread, rolls-whole wheat (3) Lot 30 Sourdough Bread Lot 31 Fruit Pie Lot 32 Nut Pie Lot 32b Fried Pies 4 Lot 33 Made with Mix Lot 34 Diabetic Baked Goods (must Submit recipe) Lot 35 Potato Bread Lot 36 Other articles not listed as a class
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Points 4 2 Ribbon
Hilda Turner, Chairperson Youth and Adult Rules
All articles must be cleaned & pressed. All articles must be useful & practical. Bring garments.
Lot 1 Christening Gown 8 4 Ribbon Lot 2 Infant Clothing 4 2 Ribbon Lot 3 Other articles not listed as class 4 2 Ribbon
4 2 Ribbon *6 3 Ribbon ** 8 4 Ribbon
Lot 35 Hat, scarf, or collar Lot 36 Purse or tote bag Lot 37 New fashion item Lot 38 Patriotic clothing or sewn accessory Lot 39 Christmas clothing or sewn accessory Lot 40 Other articles not listed as a class Points 4 2 Ribbon NO PILLOW CASES ACCEPTED
(Item Must Have Been Constructed) Lot 4 Cap or Hat Lot 41 Blouse 6 3 Ribbon Lot 5 Coat, Jacket, or Cape Lot 42 Jacket 8 4 Ribbon Lot 6 Dress, Casual Lot 43 Vest 6 3 Ribbon Lot 7 Blouse or Skirt Other articles not listed as a class Lot 8 Slacks Lot 44 4 2 Ribbon Lot 9 Jumper or Overalls Lot 10 Pageant or Formal Gown Lot 11 Pajamas or Gown HOUSEHOLD ARTS Lot 12 Shorts or split skirt Lot 13 Skirt Henrietta Thompson, Chairperson Lot 14 Sweatsuit Youth and Adult Lot 15 Vest Lot 16 New Fashion Item RULES Lot 17 Other article not listed as a class Exhibits must be entered in the name of the maker only. Each entry must never have been entered in any previPoints ous Logan County Fair, including quilt tops. 4 2 Ribbon All articles must be clean and pressed.
Lot 18 Apron Lot 19 Blouse or Skirt Lot 20 Coat, Jacket, or Cape Lot 21 Dress Lot 22 Dress, formal or party Lot 23 Jumper or Overall Lot 24 Pants Suit* Lot 25 Shorts or Split Skirt Lot 26 Skirt Lot 27 Slacks Lot 28 Sleep or Loungewear Lot 29 Sports Outfit Lot 30 Suit, tailored** Lot 31 Sweat Suit Lot 32 Vest Lot 34 New fashion item Lot 33 Other articles not listed as a class Points
CLASS 1 Sewn items only; no needlework, creative stitchery or quilting. Lot 1 Casserole cover 4 2 Ribbon Lot 2 Tea Towel 4 2 Ribbon Lot 3 Table Cloth 4 2 Ribbon Lot 4 Table Runner 4 2 Ribbon Lot 5 Placemat/napkin 4 2 Ribbon Lot 6 Potholder/Hot pad 4 2 Ribbon Lot 7 Pillowcase 4 2 Ribbon Lot 8 Pillow, no quilting or 4 2 Ribbon Needlework Lot 9 Patriotic Item 4 2 Ribbon Lot 10 Christmas item, 4 2 Ribbon Stocking, Tree Skirt Embroidered Lot 11 Quillow (no needlework, 4 2 Ribbon must be tied or tacked Lot 12 Quilt Top 6 2 Ribbon Lot 13 Baby Quil, (tacked or tied)4 2 Ribbon
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Lot 14 Lot 15 Lot 16 Lot 17 Lot 18 Lot 19 Lot 20 Lot 21 Lot 22 Lot 23 Lot 24 Lot 25 Lot 26 Lot 27 Lot 28 Lot 29 Lot 30 Lot 31 Lot 32 Lot 33 Lot 34 Lot 35 Lot 36 Lot 37 Lot 37b Lot 38 Lot 39 Lot 40 Lot 41 Lot 42 Lot 43 Lot 44 Lot 45
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Yo Yo Coverlet 8 Rugs, braided or woven 6 Other Articles Not 4 Listed as class CLASS 2 Quilted Items Baby Quilt, pieced 8 Baby Quilt, printed fabric 6 Baby Quilt, Embroider 8 Baby Quilt, Appliqued 8 Baby Quilt, made by one,6 Quilted by another Quillow –pre-printed 6 Baby Quilt, other 6 Quillow, pieced & quilted 6 Quilt, Appliqued 10 Quilt, cross stitched 10 Quilt, Embroidered 10 Quilt, Memory 8 Quilt, lap, quilted 10 Quilt, pieced & machine-quilted 8 Quilt, printed fabric 6 Quilt, pieced and hand quilted 10 Quilt, painted 10 Quilt, sampler, hand quilted 10 Quilt, whole cloth 8 Any quilt top, made by 8 One, quilted by another Quilted item, Christmas 4 Quilted items, all other 4 Chair or lap throw 8 Quilted table runner 6 Pillow – Pre-printed 4 Quilted placemat 4 Quilted pillow 6 Wall quilts 6 Memory wall quilt 6 Other articles not listed as class 4
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Linda McGhee Quilt Guild Awards
The quilter must be between the ages of 8-13 for the Junior Award and 14-19 for the Youth Award. The quilter must be a resident of Logan County. He or she must make and enter a quilt or wall hanging in the Logan County Fair. He or she must express an interest in quilts as a craft and want to help others promote quilts as an art. An award of $100 (quid) and $50 (wall quilt) will be given to each quilt winner in the Youth and Junior Division. Judges will be 3 members of the Quilt Guild.
Quilts will be judged on general appearance, design and workmanship. 6. Beginning in 2014 the size for quilt will be 63 x 87. Any other size will be considered a wall hanging. Give a brief statement of how you would promote quilting as a craft and an art. Use a separate sheet of paper. Include Name, Age, and Address.
CROCHET & KNITTING –CLASS 3
Francis Rhinehart, Chairperson Doilies may be mounted on cardboard or posterboard Lot 46 Afghan, crochet 8 Lot 47 Afghan, knitted 8 Lot 48 Baby afghan, crochet 4 Lot 49 Baby afghan, knitted 4 Lot 50 Baby set, three piece 8 Lot 51 Baby bib 4 Lot 52 Bathroom or bedroom 4 Accessory Lot 53 Bedspread 10 Lot 54 Centerpiece 4 Lot 55 Children’s wear 4 Lot 56 Christmas Decoration 4 Lot 57 Christmas Tree ornament 2 Lot 58 Detachable Collar 2 Lot 59 Doily (under 40”) 4 Lot 60 Doll 4 Lot 61 Dresser Scarf 4 Lot 62 Filet Crochet 4 Lot 63 Flowers 2 Lot 64 Hat, cap Toboggan 2 Lot 65 Infant’s wear 4 Lot 66 Hot Pat/potholder 2 Lot 67 Mittens or gloves 4 Lot 68 Pillow 4 Lot 69 Placemats (set of 2) 4 Lot 70 Refrigerator Towel 2 Lot 71 Rug 4 Lot 72 Scarf 4 Lot 73 Slippers 2 Lot 74 Sweater or cape 6 Lot 75 Sweater Vest 4 Lot 76 Tablecloth 6 Lot 77 Table runner 4 Lot 78 Tissue cover 4 Lot 79 Tote bag or purse 4 Lot 80 Toy 4 Lot 81 Other article not listed as class 4
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CREATIVE ARTS & CRAFTS
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Glee Diechman, Chairperson
Youth and Adult RULES
All pictures or drawings must be matted. Paint-bynumber not accepted in this division. Youth Awards: Grand Reward Ages 5-11 and Grand Reward Ages 12-19,
Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5 Lot 6 Lot 6b Lot 7 Lot 8 Lot 9 Lot 10 Lot 11 Lot 12 Lot 13 Lot 14 Lot 15 Lot 16 Lot 17 Lot 18 Lot 19 Lot 20 Lot 20a Lot 21 Lot 22 Lot 22a Lot 23 Lot 24 Lot 25 Lot 26 Lot 27 Lot 28 Lot 29 Lot 30 Lot 31 Lot 32 Lot 33 Lot 34 Lot 35 Lot 36 Lot 37 Lot 38 Lot 39
CREATIVE ARTS & CRAFTS
Angels Basket weaving Natural material Basket weaving, paper Basket weaving, fabric Bead Art Birdhouse, handmade Birdfeeder Candle, crafted by hand Cane weaving, chair or stool Cards – Holiday Cards – No Holiday Ceramics China Painting Corn Shuck Craft Corsage Decorated clothing,Textile Painted Decorated clothing, tie died Decorated clothing, other Decoupage Doll, handcrafted Doll, ready made with Handcrafted clothing or decoration Doll Clothing, handmade Dough Art Duct Tape Item Fabric Covered basket or box Flag, chime or wind-sock Flowers, handmade Foam Art Entomology Collection Glass Etching Hairbow, barrette, or Headband Jewelry (must be mounted on an index card and enclosed in a plastic bag) Necklace (must be mounted on an index card and enclosed in a plastic bag) Earrings (must be mounted an index card and enclosed in a plastic bag) Pin/Broach (must be mounted on an index card and enclosed in a plastic bag Leather tooled article Legos, Duplos, Technic Creation (must be on base or in box) Macrame Origami Covered Album Painted article on any medium Paper Art
Lot 40 Paper twist, any article Lot 41 Paper mache, any article Lot 42 Paper weight Lot 44 Plaster Crafts Lot 45 Puppet Lot 46 Quilling Lot 47 Regrigerator Decoration Lot 48 Rocket Lot 49 Sand Art Lot 50 Scherenschnite Lot 51 Scrapbooking–1 page Lot 52 Scrapbooking–family album Lot 53 Scrapbooking–Holiday album Lot 54 Scrapbooking-General album Lot 55 Soap, homemade Lot 56 Sports Item, Bird Calls Lot 57 Sports Item, Fishing Lures Lot 58 Sports Item, Knives Lot 59 Sports item, any other Lot 60 Stained Glass Lot 61 Sun Catcher Lot 62 Stamping Lot 63 Stenciling Lot 64 String Art Lot 65 Stuffed Toy Lot 66 Terra Cotta Pots, decorated Lot 67 Textile Painting Lot 68 Tin Punch Lot 69 Tole Painting Lot 70 Wallhanging Lot 71 Weaving, Loom Lot 72 Woodburning Lot 73 Woodcarving Lot 74 Woodcraft Lot 75 Wreath, swag, fan Lot 75a Mesh Wreath Lot 76 Picture Frame Lot 77 Paint by Number Lot 78 Painted Gourds Lot 79 Mosaic Art Lot 80 Embellished Boxes Lot 81 Adult Coloring Lot 82 Other article not listed as a class Points 4 2 Ribbon
SEASONAL & HOLIDAY DECORATIONS Lot 79 Lot 80 Lot 81 Lot 82 Lot 83 Lot 84 Lot 85
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Christmas Decoration Christmas Ornament Easter Decoration Halloween Decoration Thanksgiving Decoration Valentine Decoration Patriotic Decoration
Lot 86 Lot 87
Spring Decoration Fall decoration
CREATIVE RECYCLING Lot 86 Lot 87 Lot 88 Lot 89 Lot 90
Aluminum cans or metal Items Glass Newspaper Plastic Scrap Paper or cardboard
Lot 91 Lot 92 Lot 93 Lot 94 Lot 95 Lot 96 Lot 97 Lot 98 Lot 99
Chair Caning Chair Weaving Furniture (Finished) Furniture ROUGH FINISHED Chest Gun Cabinets Quilt Rack Chair or Bench Other Article Not Listed as Class
Points 4 2 Ribbon
PRE-SCHOOL CRAFTS Ages 3 through 4
Each exhibitor will receive a ribbon for each entry.
No entries will be judged for premiums.
Finger painting, unframed Crayon or marker drawing, matted. Casting, plaster, clay, or dough Collage
Joyce Woods, Chairperson Youth and Adult
Lot 1 Battenburg Lace Lot 2 Blackwork embroidery Lot 3 Brazilian embroidery Lot 4 Candlewick, article Lot 5 Christmas ornament, Any type of needlework Lot 6 Christmas stocking - must be embellished w/some type needlework Lot 7 Clothing article, Decorated (no paint or glue) Lot 8 Counted Cross-stitch, Article** Lot 9 Counted Cross-stitch, Clothing* Lot 10 Counted Cross-stitch Framed Picture under 6” Lot 11 6-12” Lot 12 12-20” Lot 13 Over 21”
Lot 14 Counted Cross-stitch Framed Set or group Lot 15 Counted Cross-stitch On Waste Canvas Lot 16 Cross-stitch Sampler** Lot 17 Crewel embroidery Article Lot 18 Crewel embroidery, Framed Lot 19 Decorated sweatshirt, Applique Lot 20 Decorated Sweatshirt Lot 21 Hand embroidery article Lot 22 Hand embroidery framed Lot 23 Latch hook Lot 24 Machine embroidery Lot 25 Needlepoint, article Lot 26 Needlepoint, beaded on Plastic canvas Lot 27 Needlepoint, framed Picture Lot 28 Needlepoint, plastic Canvas Lot 29 Needlepunch Lot 30 Placemat or Table runner ` (any type of decorative Needlework) Lot 31 Pillow, appliqued Lot 32 Pillow, candlewick Lot 33 Pillow, chicken scratch Lot 34 Pillow, counted cross-stitch Lot 35 Pillow, embroidered Lot 36 Pillowcase, home sewn & decorated Lot 37 Pin woven article Lot 37a Red Work Embroidery Lot 38 Ribbon Embroidery Lot 39 Smocking Lot 40 Swedish weaving (huck) Lot 41 Table Linen w/creative Stitchery Lot 42 Tatting, any article Lot 43 Teneriffe (chicken scratch) Lot 44 Uncounted cross-stitch Lot 45 Pincushion Lot 46 Other articles not Listed as a class Points 4 2 Points ** 6 4 Ribbon * 6 3 Ribbon
Susan Johnson, Chairperson Youth and Adult RULES
All pictures or drawings must be matted, or mounted. Use standard mat board, foam-core board or goods that are at least the weight of mat board. No poster board, construction paper or lighter weight paper mats or mounts should be used. No frames or glass will be accepted due to displays And the danger of breaking. ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING Lot 1 Animals
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Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5 Lot 6 Lot 7 Lot 8 Lot 9 Lot 10 Lot 11
Birds Butterflies Flowers Insects Landscape Portrait Seascape Still Life Wildlife Other article
PASTEL OR CRAYON Lot 12 Animals Lot 13 Birds Lot 14 Butterflies Lot 15 Flowers Lot 16 Insects Lot 17 Landscape Lot 18 Portrait Lot 19 Seascape Lot 20 Still Life Lot 21 Wildlife Lot 22 Other article WATERCOLOR Lot 23 Animals Lot 24 Birds Lot 25 Butterflies Lot 26 Flowers Lot 27 Insects Lot 28 Landscape Lot 29 Portrait Lot 30 Seascape Lot 31 Still Life Lot 32 Wildlife Lot 33 Other article CHARCOAL PEN OR PENCIL Lot 34 Animals Lot 35 Birds Lot 36 Butterflies Lot 37 Flowers Lot 38 Illustration (matted or Framed) Lot 39 Insects Lot 40 Landscape Lot 41 Portrait Lot 42 Seascape Lot 43 Still Life Lot 44 Wildlife Lot 45 Other Points 6 4 Ribbon ACRYLICS Lot 46 Animals Lot 47 Birds
Lot 48 Butterflies Lot 49 Flowers Lot 50 Insects Lot 51 Landscape Lot 52 Portrait Lot 53 Seascape Lot 54 Still Life Lot 55 Wildlife Lot 56 Other article MIXED MEDIA Lot 57 Animals Lot 59 Butterflies Lot 60 Flowers Lot 61 Insects Lot 62 Landscape Lot 63 Portrait Lot 64 Seascape Lot 65 Still Life Lot 66 Wildlife Lot 67 Other
Tanner Junior Artist Award-sponsored by anonymous local artist - $25.00 cash award to outstanding junior level illustration or painting.
CRAYOLA JUNIOR ART AWARDS RULES
Maximum size (with mat): 14”x20”. Media: crayons, poster paints, color pencils, and color markers. Imaginative with bold use of color. Ages 3 to 6: 1st: $10 Art Supplies 2nd: $7 Art Supplies 3rd: $5 Art Supplies
Ages 7 to 10: 1st: $10 Art Supplies 2nd: $7 Art Supplies 3rd: $5 Art Supplies
Youth and Adult Lanora Hankins, Chairperson RULES
Photographs must measure at least 4”x6”; or no larger than 16”x20”. Size does not include mat or mount. Photographs must be matted, or mounted. Use standard mat board, foam-core board or goods that are at least the weight of mat board. No poster board, construction paper or lighter weight paper mats or mounts should be used. No frames or glass will be accepted due to displays And the danger of breakage. Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4
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Black & White, Animals Black & White, Architecture Black & White, Birds Black & White, Butterflies
Lot 5 Lot 6 Lot 7 Lot 8 Lot 9 Lot 10 Lot 11 Lot 12 Lot 12a Lot 12b Lot 13 Lot 14 Lot 15 Lot 16 Lot 17 Lot 18 Lot 19 Lot 20 Lot 22 Lot 23 Lot 24 Lot 25 Lot 25a Lot 25b Lot 26
Black & White, Flowers Black & White, Insects Black & White, Landscapes Black & White, Portraits Black & White, Seascapes Black & White, Still life Black & White, Wildlife Black & White, Action 4 Black & White, Other Black & White, Collage Color, Animals Color, Architecture Color, Birds Color, Butterflies Color, Flowers Color, Insects Color, Landscape Color, Portrait Color, Seascape Color, Still Life Color, Wildlife Color, Action Color, Other Color, Collage Other, not listed as a class
Points 4 2 Ribbon
HERTLEIN EXCELLENCE AWARD IN PHOTOGRAPHY
Eligibility Requirements: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
8”x10” photo mounted on foam-core board Color entries only accepted Subject matter: What the fair catalog currently covers One entry only in any category Age division: 10-18 and Adult One first place ($15) and one second place ($10) awarded in each age division. Premium provided by private donor.
Bonita Gandy, Chairperson RULES
All submission must be the actual work of the exhibitor. Submissions should have been completed since the 2018 Logan County Fair. Work should be legibly handwritten or typed on 8 ½ x 11 white paper with a 1” on all sides. Attach paper to a 11x14 poster board (any color). The junior and senior grand champion in each division will receive an extra 10 points. All other entries will receive a ribbon.
Division – Poetry Exhibitor may enter 1 (one) poem each class: 24 lines - free verse Class: Nature My Life on the Farm My Day at the Fair Division – Short Story Exhibitor may enter 1 (one) short story under each class: using up to 1000 words. Class: Nature My Life on the Farm My Day at the Fair
MANY FACES OF THE FAIR Lori Howard, Chairperson
Grab your digital camera and go to the Fair. Subject: The people and events at the 2018 Logan County Fair. Eligibility: all amateur photographers visiting the Logan County Fair are encouraged to participate. Professional Photographers are encouraged to enter work, but will not be judged against amateur photographers’ works. AMATEUR A photographer who takes photographs as a hobby, pastime or for fun, is a student of photography, does not regularly present work for sale, or is not actively promoting photography work for sale. PROFESSIONAL A photographer who is actively and regularly employed as a photographer and/or is engaged in the promotion of photographic work for sale or commission as indicated by business cards, brochures, portfolios and other marketing items, or a photographer with work presented for sale in galleries or art shows. Objective: Judges will look for the most original, artistic rendering of the spirit and feelings of the Logan County Fair shot during the Fair. Prizes: 60 points Awards: To be given in the following categories: Best Overall Picture Fair Theme Award Best Color Best Black & White Best Digitally modified
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Shots should reveal what make the Logan County Fair unique or special to you.
MANY FACES OF THE FAIR RULES No entry fee. Entry Forms may be picked up at the Main Building during the Fair. Prints: - Submit prints only, limit five prints per photographer. – Maximum size of print acceptable is 11”x14” and must be mounted on same size heavy weight mat board or foam core – WHITE ONLY. Smallest size print acceptable is 5”x7” which also must be center-mounted on and 11”x14” heavyweight mat board or foam core – WHITE ONLY. All photographs must be center-mounted on a 11”x14” heavy-weight mat board or foam core – WHITE ONLY. Print must originate from a digital image Digital photos must be printed from digital photo lab or on photo-quality paper No captions, titles or text may be visible on front of photo Best Overall Picture, Theme Award, Best Color and Best Black & White, must not be a montage or sandwich print or digitally altered but must originate from a single digital image. Digitally altered or modified images may only be entered in the Best Digitally Modified category. On the back of each mounting board state: name, address, zip and phone number. Prints are to be turned in to the Logan County Fair Building before 2:00 p.m., Saturday. Pictures will be displayed at different venues following the fair. EXHIBITION RIGHTS OF WINNING PHOTOGRAPHS and all other submitted photographs become property of the Logan County Fair. Participants may be asked to submit copies of original digital files for use in future promotions.
The Garden Clubs, Chairpersons Youth and Adult Any Logan County resident may exhibit, whether a member of a garden club or not. All potted plant entries must have been in possession of the grower for at least 5 months. Each exhibit must be according to the schedule listed in the Fair Catalog. Ribbons will be awarded only if the entry is judged worthy. Large, cumbersome plants will not be accepted. ARRANGEMENTS – CLASS 1 Exhibits will be judged on condition of the plant, con-
tainer and the lines that the arrangement forms. ROSE Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3
One color Mixed Colors Miscellaneous
DAHLIAS (Any Color) Lot 4 Large Dahlia Lot 5 Medium Dahlia Lot 6 Misc. Dahlia ZINNIA (Any Color) Lot 7 Large Zinnia Lot 8 Small Zinnia Lot 9 Misc. Zinnia MARIGOLD (Any Color) Lot 10 Small Marigold Lot 11 Large Marigold Lot 12 Misc. Marigold MISCELLANEOUS Lot 13 Miniature (3” or under) Lot 14 Small (5” to 10”) Lot 15 Driftwood Lot 16 Dried material (small) Lot 17 Dried material (large) Lot 18 Celosia Lot 19 All Green Lot 20 All Foliage (may include Berries) Lot 21 Basket arrangement, Live Materials Lot 22 Basket arrangement, ,any other Lot 23 Easter, live materials Lot 24 Easter, any other Lot 25 Valentine, Live Materials Lot 26 Valentine, any other Lot 27 Halloween, live mat.. Lot 28 Halloween, any other Lot 29 Thanksgiving, live Materials Lot 30 Thanksgiving, any other Lot 31 Christmas, live material Lot 32 Christmas, any other Lot 33 Patriotic, live materials Lot 34 Patriotic, any other Lot 35 Fresh Fruit Lot 36 Fresh Vegetables Lot 37 Arrangement in a hat Lot 38 Topiary, live materials Lot 39 Topiary, any other Lot 40 Unusual, live materials Lot 41 Unusual, any other Lot 42 Wreath & door hangings, Live materials Lot 43 Wreath & door hangings Any other Lot 44 Miscellaneous, live materials Lot 45 Miscellaneous, any other
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Points 4 2 Ribbion SPECIMEN – CLASS 2 ROSE Lot 46 Lot 47 Lot 48 Lot 49
Red Pink Yellow Any Other
YELLOW MARIGOLDS Lot 50 Red Lot 51 Any other ZINNIA Lot 52 Lot 53
Red Any other
SHRUBS Lot 54 Lot 55 Lot 56 Lot 57 Lot 58
Hydrangea Holly Lorapetulum Crepe Myrtle Any other specimen 8” or more
Points 2 1 Ribbion POTTED PLANTS – CLASS 3 House plants only please! Large yard plants present problems in caring for and handling. Lot 59 African Violet, single Lot 60 African Violet, Double 4 Lot 61 African Violet, any other Lot 62 Airplane (spider plant) Lot 63 Aloe Lot 64 Begonia, Large Leaf Lot 65 Begonia, Wax Lot 66 Begonia, Any other Lot 67 Cactus Lot 68 Chinese Evergreen, Plain Lot 69 Chinese Evergreen Variegated Lot 70 Coleus Lot 71 Dish Garden Lot 72 Fern, Boston Lot 73 Fern, any other Lo t 74 Geranium Lot 75 Hanging planter, fern Lot 76 Hanging planter, any other Lot 77 Hens and chicken Lot 78 Ivy Lot 79 Jew, any variety Lot 80 Moses in the bulrushes Lot 81 Ornamental pepper Lot 82 Philodendron Lot 83 Pole Plant
Lot 84 Lot 85 Lot 86 Lot 87 Lot 88 Lot 89
Sansevieria Sansevieria, dwarf Succulents Terrariums Any herb Any other
Points 4 2 Ribbon Special ribbons awarded by the Town & Country Garden Club for Most Beautiful, Most Unusual, and Most Creative Arrangements. Rose Award sponsored by Town & Country Garden Club -- $15 cash award is exceptional entry in Junior Horticulture.
AMATEUR WINE COMPETITION Mary Howard, Chairperson RULES
Only wine made by non-professional winemaker allowed. Entries will be accepted Tuesday from 2:00-7:00 p.m. Each entry consists of two bottles of wine. First, Second, and Third Ribbons will be awarded in each division. “Best of Show” will be selected in each division. Lot 1 Red Dry Sweet Other not listed Lot 2 White Dry Sweet Other not listed Lot 3 Rose Dry Sweet Other not listed Points 6 4 Ribbon
CREATIVE TABLE SETTING
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Co-Chairpersons: Bonita Gandy and Charla Hammonds Rules & Regulations
Exhibitors must pre-register with the Extension Office by Tuesday of fair week – NO EXCEPTIONS. Score card is to be picked-up at registration. Space is limited and will be scheduled on a 1st come basis. Tables must be set up by Tuesday, August 12 at 7:00 p.m. Judging will begin at 7:30 PM Tuesday, August 12. There are two divisions for Creative Table Setting: Junior Division – Youth ages 13 and under; Senior Division 0 Youth Ages 14 through 19; Adult Division – 21+. All ages are based on the date of the
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event. Menu & Centerpiece should be original each year.
Points: First - 10: Second – 7; Third – 4 The Contest: Plan and display a menu on a 4”x6” card (should include 5 food groups). Narrative value should be considered along with appropriateness for the chosen meal. Meals can be a party, picnic or family meal. Set up your own place setting for your menu, including a small centerpiece to compliment your theme. You may want to bring a placemat or tablecloth. Also bring one complete setting of dishes, glasses, flatware and napkin. Set up exhibit on 24”x24” or 32”x30” table space showing correct placement of all parts of the place setting. Table space will be provided. Tablecloths need not fit the table being used for the exhibit, but should be appropriate for a table to be used. It is best for the exhibitor to arrange the centerpiece rather than purchasing an arrangement (see scoring as listed below). Due to limited space, only one place setting per exhibitor will be allowed. Creative Table Setting Scoresheet Item Points 1. Menu 40 (10 points) Consideration for nutritive Value & Food Groups (10 points) Variety in color, texture, flavor, shape & temperature (10 points) Type of table service appropriate to menu (10 points) Notecard is correct size, easily Read, color does not detract from Table setting & indicates meal to be ExhibitedTable Setting 2. Table Setting 60 (30 points) Correct placement of all parts of Place setting (15 points) Table cloth or placemat appropriate for Occasion (15 points) Centerpiece ties the food and setting Together to form one theme
Charla Hammonds, Chairperson
Educational exhibits may be arranged by youth and adult service clubs such as Extension Homemaker, 4-H, FFA, FCCLA, Scouts, etc. Call the Extension Office at 963-2360 to reserve a booth space. Space is limited. Booths should be educational using one main theme. Scorecards are available in the Extension Office. Educational exhibits may be assembled Tuesday, August 16 from noon until 8:00. Check-out is Saturday 9 p.m.
or Sunday The exhibit must be card-table size and he club must furnish their own card table. The name of the organization should be plainly visible below the exhibit. The highest rated Youth and Adult educational booth will each get a purple ribbon and $15.00 extra award. All blue, red, and white winners will receive their proportionate part of $200.00.
Golden Harvest Award
Lona Hixson, Chairperson
Special recognition for an older Logan County resident or couple, who has rendered significant service to society, will be given a Golden Harvest Award. Must be 65 years of age or older. Nominations can be made by anyone by submitting a story about the person by August 7. The story should be about 500 words in length. The nominee’s name should be at the top of the page, but not mentioned in the story. The person making the nomination should sign it at the bottom. The name and signature will be removed before judging. The story should be submitted to: Logan County Fair Association, #15 Courthouse, 25 West Walnut, Paris, AR 72855 Golden Harvest Award presented Saturday at 4 p.m.
FAIR CONCESSION STAND Harold Potts, Chairperson
The Logan County Fair Board will sponsor a concession stand, featuring Hamburgers, daily during Fair Week. Proceeds from the concession stand are used for fair prize money. Special Thanks to the following Groups/Organizations for working in the concession stand during Fair Week: Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Kiwanis Club Rotary Club Bethel Baptist Church Knights of Columbus
Whitney Parsons, Chairperson Saturday, August 3rd 2:00 PM Logan County Fairgrounds The Fair Pageants are open to young women ages 0-21 and young men ages 0-8. The categories for the pageant are as follows: Miss ages 16 - 21 Teen ages 12-15 Sweetheart ages 9-11 Little Miss ages 5-8 Little Mister ages 5-8
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Tiny Miss ages 2-4 Tiny Mister ages 2-4 Teeny Miss ages 0 - 23 months Teeny Mister ages 0 - 23 months *Contestants must compete within the age division marked by their age on the day of the pageant. There will be no moving up or down in age divisions. If a contestant has won in an age group before, the contestant must wait until they are old enough to move up into the next age division to compete again. Miss, Teen, and Sweetheart Contestants will be judged on the following categories: ·Interview 30% ·Introduction 5% ·Casual Wear (Fair Wear) 20% ·Formal Wear 30% ·On-stage Question 15% Little, Tiny, and Teeny Contestants (Miss or Mister) will be judged on the following categories: ·Casual Wear 40% ·Formal Wear 60% Interviews for Miss, Teen, and Sweetheart Contestants will begin at 10:00 AM on the day of the pageant. Interviews will be 5 minutes long. This will account for 30% of their overall score. Questions will be age appropriate and catered to the contestant’s bio sheet. Introduction for Miss, Teen, and Sweetheart Contestant will begin at the beginning of the pageant. Contestants will be asked to introduce themselves. This is where you can really get creative. Show us your personality! This will account for 5% of the contestants overall score. All contestants will compete in a casual wear/fair wear category. Outfits should be age appropriate but there are no rules on attire. Go as all out or simple as you would like. Remember, the contestants are not being judged on the outfit itself, but how they present it on stage. This will account for 20% of the Miss, Teen, and Sweethearts overall score and 40% of the Little, Tiny, and Teeny contestants overall score. Formal Wear is also a category in which all contestants will compete. Formal wear should be age appropriate. Again, remember with this the contestant is not judged on how “fancy” the formal wear outfit is but how they present it on stage. Long gowns, cocktail dresses, or Sunday best attires are all welcome. This will account for 30% of the Miss, Teen, and Sweethearts overall score and 60% of the Little, Tiny, and Teeny Contestants overall score. On-Stage Question for Miss, Teen, and Sweetheart will be asked at the end of the contestants formal wear walk. Questions will be age appropriate and contestants will have 30 seconds to respond.
Entry Fee: Each contestant will be required to pay a $30 entry fee and sell at least 10 Crowd Favorite tickets. The tickets will be $5 a piece and contestants are encouraged to sell as many as possible. The contestant who sells the most tickets will receive the title of Crowd Favorite as well as receive a separate award. There will be two rehearsals (optional) leading up to the pageant. The times for those will be announced after the application deadline. There will also be a meeting (mandatory) for all contestants. Contestants/Parents/Guests shall exercise good sportsmanship. Failure to do so will result in a disqualification from the pageant. This will include social media posts as well. All contestants over the age of 15 as well as all parents will be required to sign a social media contract. Winners will receive a crown, sash, and flowers/gift. The Queen will win scholarship money and be eligible to compete in the Arkansas State Fair Queen Pageant. The Scholarship amount will be awarded based on the number of contestants competing in the Queen Division. The Teen winner will be eligible to compete at the Arkansas State Fair Princess Pageant.*Winners are strongly encouraged to move on to the State level.*
2019 LOGAN COUNTY FAIR TALENT SHOW Whitney Parsons, Chairperson RULES & REGULATIONS
The purpose of the Logan County Fair Talent show is to discover, develop and encourage talent in Logan County. It is designed primarily for amateur talent, but any act which qualifies otherwise is accepted even though the act may have received pay at some time, provided; however, that the person(s) are not actually engaged in the entertainment business or are not paid instructors of the arts Talent Show will be held in conjunction with the Fair Pageant Saturday, August 3rd 2:00 p.m. Logan County Fair Grounds
2019 TALENT SHOW AGE GROUPS
Male & Female Contestants Welcome Kids Talent Contest – For Logan Co. residents must be at least 4 years of age and not more than 12 years of age Junior Youth Talent Contest – For Logan Co. residents must be at least 10 years of age and not more than 15 years of age Senior Youth Talent Contest – For Logan Co. residents must be at least 16 years old and not more than 21 years of age
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COMPETITION CATEGORIES KIDS TALENT CONTEST This age group will have one overall winner and one runner-up. They may compete in any of the following talent groups: Vocal Solo – Vocal Group - Instrumental Solo – Dance Solo - Dance Group - Variety JUNIOR YOUTH TALENT CONTEST There are six (6) categories in the Junior Youth Talent Contest. No person will be allowed to compete in more than one category. Make sure you choose the right category on your entry form. The categories and their description are as follows: VOCAL SOLO Shall consist only of a vocal performance by one vocalist. No other talent may be performed in conjunction with the vocal solo. CD’s used for accompaniment will be allowed to provide limited vocal background. VOCAL GROUP shall consist of two or no more than fifteen vocalists. No other talent may be performed. CD’s used for accompaniment will be allowed to provide limited vocal background INSTRUMENTAL SOLO shall consist of an instrumental performance without vocal utterance by one performer. Taped accompaniment may be used. Contestant are encouraged to memorize their piece rather than use sheet music on stage. An electric keyboard may be used, however, no piano will be available. NO DRUMS. DANCE SOLO shall consist of one dancer. No other talent may be displayed in conjunction with the dance performance. All types of dancing will be judged in this category – tap, jazz, ballet, folk, ethnic, fad, etc. Gymnastics, tumbling, acrobatics, or any other form of gymnastics is not included in this category. However, a dance routine can include a maximum of two gymnastic or acrobatic stunts. DANCE GROUP shall consist of two or no more than fifteen dancers. No other talent may be displayed in conjunction with the dance performance. The same rules listed under Dance Solo apply. VARIETY shall consist of a performance of one or no more than fifteen people. This category is intended to provide a proper showcase for those acts in which multiple talents are displayed. Acts that fit the description of any other category will not be allowed to compete in this category. The following acts qualify for this category: son and dance, vocal and live instrumental, lip sync, pantomimes, impersonations, skits, juggling, ventriloquism, magic, and any other talent not applicable to any of the other categories. NO ACT MAY INCLUDE DRUM SET(S). NO BATON ACTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY. SENIOR YOUTH TALENT CONTEST following categories of competition are available for
Senior Youth VOCAL SOLO shall consist only of a vocal performance by one vocalist. No other talent may be performed in conjunction with the vocal solo. CD’s used for accompaniment will be allowed to provide limited vocal background. VOCAL GROUP shall consist of two or no more than fifteen vocalists. No other talent may be performed. CD’s used for accompaniment will be allowed to provide limited vocal background. INSTRUMENTAL SOLO shall consist of an instrumental performance without vocal utterance by one performer. Taped accompaniment may be used. Contestant are encouraged to memorize their piece rather than use sheet music on stage. An electric keyboard may be used, however, no piano will be available. NO DRUMS. DANCE SOLO shall consist of one dancer. No other talent may be displayed in conjunction with the dance performance. All types of dancing will be judged in this category – tap, jazz, ballet, folk, ethnic, fad, etc. Gymnastics, tumbling, acrobatics, or any other form of gymnastics is not included in this category. However, a dance routine can include a maximum of two gymnastic or acrobatic stunts. DANCE GROUP shall consist of two or no more than fifteen dancers. No other talent may be displayed in conjunction with the dance performance. The same rules listed under Dance Solo apply. VARIETY shall consist of a performance of one or no more than fifteen people. This category is intended to provide a proper showcase for those acts in which multiple talents are displayed. Acts that fit the description of any other category will not be allowed to compete in this category. The following acts qualify for this category: son and dance, vocal and live instrumental, lip sync, pantomimes, impersonations, skits, juggling, ventriloquism, magic, and any other talent not applicable to any of the other categories. NO ACT MAY INCLUDE DRUM SET(S). NO BATON ACTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY. (ALL AGES ARE BASED ON THE DATE OF THE TALENT SHOW. ANY CONTESTANT THAT MIGHT APPEAR TO BE YOUNGER OR OLDER THAN THE SPECIFIED AGE LIMITS SHOULD BE PREPARED TO FURNISH PROOF OF AGE TO THE CONTEST CHAIRPERSON.) 1.
Entry Fee is $5.00 for an individual and $10 for a group – These fees will be added to the amount provided by the Fair Board as prize money. The prizes will be announced the day of the competition. Jr. Youth and Senior Youth Division contestants must be single and legally reside in Logan County for six months immediately preceding the contest. Kids Talent Division too must have been a legal resident of Logan County for six months immedi-
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ately preceding the contest. According to State Fair rules, the winner of the county level will be eligible to enter the Arkansas State Fair Contest in their category. Should the County winner be unable to attend the state fair, the runner-up would be eligible to perform in their stead. The runner-up in each category are eligible to compete at the District level. 4. No contestant will be allowed to compete in more than one category 5. Talent presentations must not exceed three (3.0) minutes, nor can any act exceed a one (1.0) minute limit in setting up equipment, props, etc. 6. Musical accompaniment for acts must be provided by either live musicians or taped. All taped music MUST be music, rhythm, and background vocals only. All tapes should be clearly marked as to contestantâ€™s name and music title. It is recommended you bring a second tape in case of emergency. All tapes should be properly cued in advance and should be of good quality. All tapes may be claimed at the sound booth immediately following the contest. The Logan County Livestock Show and Fair Association assumes no responsibility for tapes not claimed on the night of the contest. Tapes will NOT be mailed back to contestants. 7. All entry forms must be signed by the contestant and by a parent/guardian if the contestant is under 20 years of age. If act has five (5) or more contestants, one representative will be responsible for furnishing a copy of the contest rules to each person and will be responsible for seeing that all members are present for contest. 8. All entry forms MUST be in the hands of the talent show chairperson no later than 4:30 pm. On Tuesday, August 15, 2017. Entry forms may be mailed to the Talent Show Chairperson: Mary Howard, P.O. Box 146, Paris, AR 72855 or returned to the County Extension Office. The Fair Association is not responsible for forms lost in the mail. 9. No Grand Champion in a past Arkansas State Fair Youth Talent Contest will be eligible to compete. 10. Contestants may not change categories or selections of song, music, etc. on the day of the contest unless the contest chairperson grants prior approval. 11. Dress for acts must be in good taste and must meet the approval of the contest chairperson. The chairperson reserves the right to immediately stop any act that is deemed offensive in costume or content, and the contestant will be disqualified. All contestants are asked to not change from their costumes/outfits until after the awards presentation at the end of the talent show. 12. All performers must sit in the designated area as set up by the contest chairperson BEFORE the show, and DURING the portion of the show in 3.
which they are competing. A parent or guardian may accompany contestants in the Kids Talent Division and Junior Youth Division. Contestants are requested to not bring friends with them in this area, as space is limited. Participants should remain after the contest for photographs. Judges will be appointed by the chairperson. They will be persons well qualified to judge a contest of this kind. Their decision will be final. Critiques will not be given to anyone. Failure to abide by any of the above rules will result in disqualification from the contest by the contest chairperson. Awards â€“ Winners in each division will be awarded a monetary gift (equal amounts to be set at the time of the Talent Show in accordance to the amount of entry fees received). Runner-ups in each category will be announced and will as stated previously be eligible to perform at the District Fair Level or in the stead of the winner at the State Fair. Other gifts may be awarded at the discretion of the Talent Show Chairperson as they become available from donations provided by local patrons.
The Chairperson for the Talent Competition as well as the Fair Board reserve the right to make adjustments to the categories or program as deemed necessary to facilitate a timely and entertaining event. For further information please contact: 4798476564. Or fill out the application form included with this booklet
Lori Howard, Chairperson Rules & Regulations
Categories: 1. Junior ages 9-18 2. Open ages 19-? Registration forms must be filled out and turned into the Extension Office by August 12, 2019. Each participant may have multiple entries. Each pie must be made from scratch. However, store bought crusts are acceptable. Pies must not need refrigeration. Each pie must be baked in a disposable pie tin. Each pie must have a bottom crust. A label with the participantâ€™s name and phone number should be placed on the bottom of the pie tin. Entrant will also be assigned an entry number. The pies entered in this contest will be used for desserts at the Premium Auction Dinner Saturday evening. The winners will be announced at the Premium Auction Dinner. Each contestant will be given a ticket to attend the Premium Auction Dinner.
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2018 PREMIUM AUCTION SPONSORS
FARMER’S CO�OP SUBIACO STATE REPRESENTATIVE JON EUBANKS PARIS FORD I�40 LIVESTOCK AUCTION
Tom Buck & Doris Johns Memorial First National Bank at Paris Elite Construction Varner & Varner/Mid America Stockyards
Subiaco Federal Credit Union Charlie Koch K & H Horse Sales
Ross Rogers Equipment Senator Gary Stubblefield North Logan County Farm Bureau Logan County Cattlemen's AllCare Pharmacy Mark Whitaker
County Line Sale Barn Logan County Bank Leachman Cattle Co. Paris Veterinary Clinic Cletus & Mary Cravens Michael & Chrissy Knoles
Keith Eichenberger, Farm Bureau Knights of Columbus Rehm Angus: Philip & Sharon Rehm Davis & Sikes Feed Mill A & B Farms Hug Chevrolet Master Made Tanks
Farmer's Co-op Waldron Farmer's Co-op Bulk Feed Van Buren Hice Towing River Valley Ingredients CharAn Farms Logan County Insurance
Farm Credit Jason & Kathleen Stark Brian Weisenfels Chris & Patti Huber Junior & Jennifer Schluterman Strobel Farms: Tom & Amy Strobel Han-D-Way Mark & Rhonda Rhein Bill & Bonita Gandy Jeanne Athey
Arvest Joe Don & Susie Koenigseder Charlie & Shelly Koch Kyle & Tori Schluterman Logan County Judge Ray Gack Farmer’s Co-op Branch Cravens Abstract & Title Ronnie & Joyce Koch Ed Williams Body Shop
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