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CLASS 1- ADVENTURE IN DAIRYLAND

Lot No.

  1. Chart or poster on breeds of dairy cattle (14”x22”)
  2. Chart or poster on dairy products or the processing of dairy pro-ducts (14”x22”)

 

CLASS 2 – VETERINARY SCIENCE

Lot No.

The Normal Animal Project

  1. Chart or poster emphasizing good animal sanitation practices (14” x 22”)
  2. Chart or poster explaining one system of the animal body (14” x 22”)

Animal Disease Project
Lot No.

  1. Chart or poster emphasizing animal nutrition (14” x 22”)
  2. Chart or poster listing animal diseases and their control (14” x 22”)

Animal Health Project
Lot No.

  1. Chart or poster emphasizing diseases that affect man and animals (14” x 22”)
  2. Chart or poster on animal immunization (14” x 22”)

 

CLASS 2 – HORSELESS HORSE

Lot No.

  1. Poster (14” x 22”) related to the project on topics such as care and grooming, nutrition, breeds and how to recognize them, historical development of the horse, etc.
  1. Scrapbook related to the project on topics such as care and grooming, nutrition, breeds and how to recognize them, historical development of the horse, etc.
  1. Display such as mobile, model, photos, actual articles, or a combination of display methods, on tack, grooming equipment, farrier equipment or any other subject pertaining to horses

 

CLASS 3 – HORSELESS HORSE MODELS

Lot No.

  1. Halter/Western
  2. Halter/English
  3. Western Pleasure
  4. Hunter under saddle
  5. Working stock horse
  6. Gymkhana/speed events
  7. Trail
  8. Harness/driving (purchased item)
  9. Harness/driving (hand crafted)
  10. Costume

CLASS 4 – OTHER PROJECTS
Open to exhibitors enrolled in animal projects other than cats or horseless horse. Recommended for self-determined animal projects.

Lot No.

  1. Poster (14” x 22”) related to the project on topics such as care and grooming, nutrition, breeds and how to recognize them, historical development of the animal, etc.
  2. Scrapbook related to the project on topics such as care and grooming, nutrition, breeds and how to recognize them, historical development of the animal, etc.

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CLASS 1

Lot No.

  1. Poster (14″ x 22″) related to the project on topics such as care and grooming, nutrition, breeds of cats and how to recognize them, historical development of the cat, etc.
  2. Scrapbook related to the project on topics such as care and grooming, nutrition, breeds of cats and how to recognize them, historical development of the cat, etc.
  3. Cat toy constructed by exhibitor

 

CLASS 2 – CAT SHOW

  1. Judging – 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Exhibitors are expected to be present at time of judging to present their cat to the judge.
  2. Exhibits must be in place by 9:00 a.m. on Sunday.
  3. Cats will be released at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday.
  4. Cages must have a floor covering.
  5. Cage size is 21”x21”x21”.
  6. Cats must be on a harness and leash at all times.
  7. Cats must have distemper and rabies shots at least three weeks prior to show date. Proof of vaccination by veterinarian required.
  8. Cats, not declawed, must have front and back claws clipped the day before the show.
  9. Kittens must be between 4 and 8 months old. Cats are adults when over 8 months old.
  10. No adult (8 months and over) whole males may be entered.
  11. Decorated cages are optional. Decorated cages must have carpet on floor, light material for two sides, top, and back; water; and litter (bedding optional). Ribbons will be awarded without premium.

 

KITTENS  (4 to 8 Months old)

Lot No.

  1. Male kitten – short hair
  2. Male kitten – long hair
  3. Female kitten – short hair
  4. Female kitten – long hair

 

ADULT CATS

Lot No.

  1. Female whole adult – short hair
  2. Female whole adult – long hair
  3. Altered former male adult – short hair
  4. Altered former male adult – long hair
  5. Altered former female adult – short hair
  6. Altered former female adult – long hair

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CLASS 1 – HEALTH

Lot No.

  1. Exhibit illustrating activities and experiences in Level 1 of the Health project
  2. Exhibit illustrating activities and experiences in Level 2 of the Health project
  3. Exhibit illustrating activities and experiences in Level 3 of the Health project

CLASS 2 – INTERNATIONAL

Lot No.

  1. Recipe book, any country – 10 recipes minimum
  2. Scrapbook, any country – two pages minimum
  3. Foreign culture poster (14” x 22”)

CLASS 3 – WALK IN MY SHOES

Lot No.

  1. Scrapbook with at least five completed “looking back” sections from project guide
  2. Completed “Portraits of Myself” activity, complete with “looking back” section from project guide
  3. Project story, including pictures of older friends, telling what was learned
  4. Picture book and story about interview with older friend, telling what was learned in interview and how behavior around older people will change

CLASS 4 – BOWLING

Lot No.

  1. Poster (14×22) showing pin and alley layout
  2. Poster (14×22) describing scoring system
  3. Scrapbook of bowling activities
  4. Poster (14×22) describing rules and regulations of bowling

CLASS 4 – CONSUMER SAVVY

Lot No.

  1. Poster (14” x 22”) showing needs and wants
  2. Spending diary booklet
  3. Spending and saving plans booklet
  4. Display comparing advertisements
  5. Poster (14” x 22”) on risks of online shopping
  6. Display on comparison shopping to save money
  7. Display on cost of owning a vehicle

Fair Books

  1. All exhibits using in booklet form must be 8-1/2″ x 11″.
  2. Entry tags should be attached to the upper right corner of cover or poster.

 

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CLASS 1 – YOUTH LEADERSHIP

Lot No.

  1. Booklet listing projects and activities worked — with story about leadership responsibilities and what was accomplished in one project or activity — story must not exceed 200 words
  2. Poster (14″ x 22″) outlining project meeting taught
  3. Scrapbook with captions of club involved in an activity or activities that the exhibitor had a leadership role in
  4. Poster (14″ x 22″) outlining leadership abilities
  5. Poster (14″ x 22″) used for recruiting new 4-H members
  6. Leadership plan for assisting or teaching at a project meeting
  7. Leadership plan for club activity
  8. Learning game developed by exhibitor for use with project

 

CLASS 2 – COUNTY JUNIOR LEADERS

Lot No.

  1. Poster (14″ x 22″) promoting the Grant County Junior Leaders Association (recruitment poster)
  2. Poster (14″ x 22″) showing leadership in Grant County Junior Leaders activity
  3. Scrapbook with captions of Grant County Junior Leaders involved in an activity or activities that the exhibitor had a leadership role
  4. News release promoting the Grant County Junior Leaders Association
  5. Planning calendar showing involvement in Grant County Junior Leaders
  6. Display showing involvement at local, county, district and/or state levels
  7. Exhibit listing projects and activities worked — with story about your leadership responsibilities and what was accomplished in one project or activity — story must not exceed 200 words
  8. Learning game developed by exhibitor for use with Junior Leaders activities or project

 

CLASS 3 – ORGANIZATION OFFICERS

Lot No.

  1. Presidents — Scrapbook of meetings’ agendas and report of leadership activities at meetings and other group functions
  2. Vice Presidents — Scrapbook of annual organization calendar and report of leadership roles assumed
  3. Secretaries — Secretary’s book of minutes, meeting agendas and attendance records (may include report of leadership activities)
  4. Treasurers — Annual budget, annual financial statement and/or other financial records (may include leadership activities)
  5. Reporters — Scrapbook of articles and pictures sent to local newspapers and corresponding newspaper clippings, include date and name of paper (may include leadership activities)
  6. Historians — Pages from club scrapbook historian is responsible for (may include report of leadership activities)
  7. Other Officers — Scrapbook and/or report of activities

 

CLASS 4 – FRIENDS HELPING FRIENDS

Lot No.

  1. Scrapbook/report of activities, clearly identify activities that are part of school program and those which are outside of school program requirements

 

CLASS 5 – SELF-DETERMINED PROJECT

Lot No.

  1. Two entries may be made by member
  2. Include 3″ x 5″ card with the following information:
    • What was learned
    • Where idea for project originated
    • Story behind project
    • Time spent on project
  1. Exhibit illustrating activities and experiences in the Self-Determined project. Members grade 8 and under. Two entrie smay be made here.
  2. Exhibit illustrating activities and experiences in the Self-Determined project. Members grade 9 and over. Two entries may be made here.

 

CLASS 6 – SPECIAL EDUCATION SELF-DETERMINED PROJECT
Open to anyone in a special education program in school and requiring special help in developing their Self-Determined project.  (Cannot be a part of Junior Leadership Project.)

Lot No.

  1. Exhibit illustrating your activities and experiences in the Self-Determined project. Member grades 3-8. Two entries may be made here.
  2. Exhibit illustrating your activities and experiences in the Self-Determined project. Member grades 9 and over. Two entries may be made here.

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CLASS 1 – SPEAKING

Lot No.

  1. Collection of two or more items showing how speech was planned
  2. Poster of stress reductions tips and suggestions for dealing with speech anxiety
  3. Any  recording of speech being practiced, including written critique

 

CLASS 2 – VOICES FROM THE PAST

Lot No.

  1. Photo exhibit, scrapbook or collage describing interview
  2. Exhibit of items gathered related to project
  3. Report, essay or computer document about person Interviewed

 

 

CLASS 3 – IT’S ALL IN THE FAMILY

Lot No.

  1. Poster or collage illustrating family activities
  2. Scrapbook or notebook about family books
  3. Scrapbook of special family events

 

CLASS 4 – CREATIVE WORDWORKING

Lot No.

  1. Handwritten “commonplace book”
  2. Scrapbook or notebook of original poetry
  3. Poster on email etiquette
  4. Personal essay on reasons to keep a journal
  5. Handwritten “few kind words book”
  6. Any other original creative writing, framed or booklet

 

CLASS 5 – CRAZY ABOUT BOOKS

Lot No.

  1. Original book review
  2. Original cover illustration
  3. Poster illustrating ten favorite books
  4. Any recording of member reading book to child, including note about child

Fair Books

  1. Kits are not to be used.
  2. STARRED (*) EXHIBITS IN THIS DEPARTMENT MUST HAVE A STATEMENT DESCRIBING THE FOLLOWING:
    • grade of exhibitor
    • for whom was the article made and his/her age
    • why did she/he select this particular type of exhibit and where did he/she get the idea for the exhibit
    • how did making the exhibit help her/him in learning about the toddler’s development
    • explain the toddler’s reaction to the activity or toy

 

CLASS 1 – GROWING ON MY OWN (grades 3 and 4)

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Lot No.

  1. Poster on Child Safety, no larger than 22″ x 28″
  2. Homemade toy, other than stuffed, and picture of child using it
  3. Develop TWO learning activities or toys for TWO different areas of a child’s development (choose from social, physical, mental or emotional) – describe how the child would develop skills from the activity *
  4. Scrapbook made for a child *
  5. Select a story and construct a puppet, flannel board, or magnet board story appropriate for a child (give age of child)
  6. Growth chart to be hung on child’s wall
  7. Babysitting kit – display with carrying case
  8. Homemade accessory for a child’s room – include a card describing the room
  9. Collection of 10 age-appropriate recipes and a picture of child making one recipe

 

CLASS 2 – GROWING WITH OTHERS (grades 5 and 6)

GROWING IN COMMUNITIES (grades 7 to 10)

 

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Lot No.

  1. Poster on Child Safety, no larger than 22″ x 28″
  2. Homemade toy and picture of child using it *
  3. Two books selected for child accompanied by explanation of the age of the child, why you selected the books and how the child will benefit from these books
  4. Select a story and construct 3 or more puppet characters, flannel board or presenting story to child or children and one picture of child or children using activity
  5. Babysitting kit – displayed with carrying case
  6. Homemade accessory for a child’s room, include a card describing the room
  7. Collection of 20 age-appropriate recipes and a picture of child making one recipe

Fair Books

  1. Starred (*) exhibits in this department must have a statement describing the room and at least two (2) swatches or descriptions of the paint, fabric, or wallpaper. It must also have the use of the exhibit within the room, where member got the idea, and the cost of the materials either pinned or taped to the exhibit.
  2. Kits may be used but should be stated as such on the entry tag.

CLASS 1 – EXPLORING YOUR HOME

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Lot No

  1. Decorative mat or dresser scarf for any room *
  2. Pillow for any room *
  3. Creative wastebasket of original design *
  4. Creative bulletin board of original design *
  5. Creative wall hanging *
  6. Floor plan of any room drawn to scale, with furniture arrangement, included description of family activities and traffic patterns of room
  7. Board (18″ x 36″) with 3 examples of faux finish painting techniques, labeled
  8. Hot Pad
  9. Purchased wooden article (finished by exhibitor: stained, varnished, painted, etc.) – include 3″ x 5″ card stating steps taken
  10. Refinished wooden article – include 3″ x 5″ card stating steps taken
  11. Fleece blanket
  12. Any other homemade decoration, not listed above

 

CLASS 2 – LIVING WITH OTHERS

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Lot No.

  1. Pillow for any room using applique or stitchery *
  2. Simple curtains or drapes for any room *
  3. Individual table mat for any room using applique or stitchery *
  4. Creative wall hanging *
  5. Centerpiece for family dining room table *
  6. (18″ x 36″) board with 3 examples of faux finish painting techniques, labeled *
  7. Scale drawing of any room drawn showing furniture arrangement, include sample materials to illustrate combination of fabrics, colors and finishes used in room *
  8. Purchased wooden article (finished by exhibitor: stained, varnished, painted, etc.) – include 3″x5″ card stating steps taken
  9. Refinished wooden article – include 3″x5″ card stating steps taken
  10. Set of desk accessories (2 or more items)
  11. Poster (11″ x 14″) illustrating color coding for safety and convenience
  12. Fleece blanket
  13. Any other homemade decoration, not listed above

 

 

CLASS 3 – WHERE I LIVE & IN MY HOME

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Lot No.

  1. Pillow for any room *
  2. Table runner using advanced design and application techniques *
  3. Wall hanging using advanced design and application techniques *
  4. Bulletin board with sample of intended use displayed *
  5. Creative mobile for any room *
  6. Board (18” x 36”) with 3 examples of faux finish painting techniques, labeled *
  7. To scale 3-dimensional display of any room showing furniture arrangement – include samples of materials to illustrate Combination of fabrics, colors and finishes used in room *
  8. Creative accessory for any room *
  9. Three to five items hand made for a specific room (Items must be at the fair.) – arrange, on a poster, samples from room, such as color and texture, to show relationship of items in the room *
  10. Useful storage unit for books, collections, etc., planned by and made by exhibitor
  11. Refinished or remodeled piece of furniture – include a statement of work done *
  12. Quilt or bedspread *
  13. Holiday decoration *
  14. Finished piece of furniture – include statement of work completed
  15. Fleece blanket
  16. Any other homemade, not listed above

 

CLASS 4 – TIED ITEMS AND QUILTING

Lot No.

  1. Pillow, tied
  2. Blanket or throw, tied
  3. Wall hanging, tied
  4. Preprinted fabric, tied
  5. Table runner or placemat, tied
  6. Any other article, tied
  7. Pillow, hand quilted
  8. Blanket or throw, hand quilted
  9. Wall hanging, hand quilted
  10. Preprinted fabric, hand quilted
  11. Table runner or placemat, hand quilted
  12. Pot holder, hand quilted
  13. Any other article, hand quilted
  14. Pillow, machine quilted
  15. Blanket or throw, machine quilted
  16. Wall hanging, machine quilted
  17. Preprinted fabric, machine quilted
  18. Table runner or placemat, machine quilted
  19. Pot holder, machine quilted
  20. Any other article, machine quilted

Fair Books

  1. Knitted and crocheted items must be accompanied by a 3″x5″ card stating the following information: FIBER CONTENT, TIME SPENT ON PROJECT, ESTIMATED COST, SUGGESTED CARE AND SIZE OF NEEDLES OR CROCHET HOOK USED.
    EXAMPLE: 1. 100% acrylic-4 ply; 2. Approximately 4-1/2 hours; 3. Cost $3.00; 4. Hand wash and dry flat; 5. Size 5 needles; 6. Source of pattern; magazine, book or original or kit (no penalty for kit).
  2. Exhibits must be exhibited in useable condition. Article normally worked in pairs must be exhibited in pairs. Pillow covers need not be stuffed but should be finished ready to stuff.
  3. Entries must be of sufficient size to judge quality of workmanship.

 

CLASS 1 – KNITTING

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Open to members grades 3, 4 and 5
Lot No.

  1. Simple article for home (potholder, etc.)
  2. Simple accessory to wear (hat, slippers, etc.)
  3. Two-needle mittens
  4. Simple afghan or lap robe
  5. Toy, doll or doll clothes
  6. Christmas or gift item
  7. Accessory for self

 

CLASS 2 – KNITTING

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Open to members grades 6, 7 and 8
Lot No.

  1. Article to wear using increase and decrease stitches
  2. Toy, doll or doll clothes
  3. Article for home using pattern stitch
  4. Accessory for self
  5. Afghan or lap robe
  6. Baby outfit, more than one piece
  7. Christmas or gift item
  8. Hat (or cap) and mittens (or gloves) set
  9. Accessory for home
  10. Garment using more than one color in a design

 

CLASS 3 – KNITTING

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Open to members grade 9 and over

  1. Accessory for home using pattery stitch
  2. Four-needle mittens, socks or gloves
  3. Vest or sweater
  4. Afghan or lap robe
  5. Garment using more than one color in design
  6. Three items for a doll
  7. Infant sweater set, more than one piece
  8. Christmas or gift item
  9. Accessory for self
  10. Other household item

 

CLASS 4 – CROCHETING

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Open to members grades 3, 4 and 5
Lot No.

  1. Simple accessory for home (pot holder, bean bag, pin cushion, etc.)
  2. Simple accessory to wear (slippers, scarf, etc.)
  3. Afghan or lap robe
  4. Any other accessory to wear (mittens, cap, hat)
  5. Toy, doll or doll clothes
  6. Christmas or gift item
  7. Vest or sweater
  8. Item made with crochet thread or cord

 

CLASS 5 – CROCHETING

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Open to members grades 6, 7 and 8
Lot No.

  1. Accessory for home
  2. Accessory for wear
  3. Afghan or lap robe
  4. Vest or sweater
  5. Toy, doll or doll clothes
  6. Infant sweater set, more than one piece
  7. Christmas or gift item
  8. Poncho, cape or stole
  9. Item made with crochet thread or cord

 

CLASS 6 – CROCHETING

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Open to members grade 9 and over
Lot No.

  1. Accessory for home
  2. Accessory for self
  3. Vest or sweater
  4. Afghan or lap robe
  5. Infant sweater set, more than one piece
  6. Christmas or gift item
  7. Toy, doll or doll clothes
  8. Item made with crochet thread or cord

Fair Books

  1. Exhibitors must provide their own hangers for all garments.
  2. All entry tags are to be pinned on left upper section of garment.
  3. All garments exhibited are to be the work of this club year.
  4. Garments must be clean.

 

All garments exhibited by members in Class 1-5 must be accompanied by a 3″ x 5″ card secured to the garment or hanger stating the following information: fiber content with percentages; intended use; number of years in clothing; pattern source (commercial pattern number, combination of pattern numbers or original design); date garment was completed; and statement of care for garment.

 

CLASS 1 – LET’S SEW

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Open to members enrolled for first year
Lot No.

  1. Totebag, locker organizer or shoe bag
  2. Apron, pillowcase, scarf or other simple item with straight stitching
  3. Simple shirt
  4. Simple skirt
  5. Simple dress or jumper or jumpsuit
  6. Simple pants or shorts or split skirt
  7. Vest
  8. Sleepwear
  9. Garment for sportswear
  10. Machine sewn stuffed item (pillow, etc.)
  11. Four samples of seam finishes including explanation of use
  12. Sewing Workshop project
  13. Doll clothes

 

CLASS 2 – LET’S SEW

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Open to members enrolled for second year
Lot No.

  1. Shirt with set-in sleeves
  2. Sportswear outfit (one or more pieces)
  3. Skirt
  4. Dress with or without sleeves or jumper or jumpsuit
  5. Pants or shorts or split skirt
  6. Vest or sleeveless top
  7. Sleepwear
  8. Doll clothes
  9. Jacket, unlined
  10. Coordinated ensemble, three or more pieces
  11. Simple t-shirt or sweatshirt with no design
  12. Purchased t-shirt or sweatshirt with creative design.
  13. Four samples of seam finishes including explanation of use
  14. Sewing Workshop project

 

CLASS 3 – FASHION FORWARD

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Open to members grades 5 to 8 enrolled for three or more years
Lot No.

  1. Shirt with set-in sleeves
  2. Skirt with top or vest
  3. Dress with or without sleeves
  4. Jumper with blouse
  5. Pants or shorts or split skirt
  6. Vest or sleeveless top
  7. Sleepwear
  8. Winter outfit, two or more pieces
  9. Summer outfit, two or more pieces
  10. Swimwear
  11. Doll clothes
  12. Jacket
  13. Tailored outfit, two or more pieces
  14. Simple t-shirt or sweatshirt with no design
  15. Purchased t-shirt or sweatshirt with creative design
  16. Sports accessories – sweatband, wristband, knee pads, back pack, gym bag, etc.

 

CLASS 4 – REFINE DESIGN
Open to members grade 9 and over enrolled for three or more years

Lot No.

  1. Shirt with set-in sleeves
  2. Skirt with blouse
  3. Dress with or without sleeves
  4. Dress for best wear, any length
  5. Jumper with blouse
  6. Sleepwear
  7. Winter outfit, two or more pieces
  8. Summer outfit, two or more pieces
  9. Swimwear
  10. Doll clothes
  11. Jacket
  12. Tailored outfit, two or more pieces

 

CLASS 5
Open for members grade 6 and over

Lot No.

  1. Garment for baby or toddler (ages to 2 years)
  2. Garment for preschool child (ages 3 to 5 years)
  3. Garment for school age child (ages 6 to 19 years)
  4. Garment for adult (age 20 years and over)
  5. Outfit with creative stitchery
  6. Creative recycled item, accompanied by description of what it was made from
  7. Costume (play, Halloween, etc.)

 

CLASS 6 – CLOTHES HORSE

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Lot No.

  1. Saddle pad or stable blanket
  2. Horse accessory
  3. Riding accessory
  4. Riding apparel
  5. Any other article not listed above

Fair Books

  1. All food exhibits become the property of the Fair Board.
    All food will be disposed of by the Superintendents.
  2. Entries must be in place by Saturday at 9:00 a.m.
  3. Single exhibits MUST be displayed on SMALL, FIRM PAPER PLATES, 6 inches in diameter. Collection exhibits should be exhibited on oval platter paper plates. Exhibits should be in a plastic bag large enough to accommodate exhibit.
  4. Recipes MUST accompany foods. State complete recipe including procedure. No recipe necessary for decorated cakes.
  5. Mixes are not allowed, except where noted.
  6. Entry tags and recipes should be secured to PLATE, not to covering.
  7. Poster size must be 14″ x 22″
  8. Food diary consists of 5-day diary of food intake, copy of report from entry of information into food tracker at mypyramid.gov and summary of what was learned.

 

CLASS 1 – SIX EASY BITES

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Open to members grades 3 and 4
Lot No.

  1. Plain yellow cake – 3″ corner square
  2. Baked drop cookies – three (such as chocolate chip, oatmeal, etc.)
  3. No bake cookies – three
  4. Brownie – 3″ corner square
  5. Plain Muffins – three (nothing added)
  6. Chocolate chunk or chocolate chip cookies – three
  7. Chocolate cupcakes, unfrosted – three
  8. Nutritional snack mix – 1 cup (no chocolate)
  9. Food prepared in a microwave
  10. Educational poster
  11. Recipe collection, box or book, one category with at least 10 recipes
  12. Any activity from project book
  13. Food diary and report
  14. Decorated gingerbread house (no recipe needed)

Open to members grade 5 and over
Lot No.

  1. Gingerbread, unfrosted – 3″ corner square
  2. No bake cookies – three
  3. Brownie – 3″ corner square
  4. Plain Muffins – three (nothing added)
  5. Chocolate chunk or chocolate chip cookies – three
  6. Chocolate cupcakes, unfrosted – three
  7. Nutritional snack mix – 1 cup (no chocolate)
  8. Food prepared in a microwave
  9. Recipe collection, box or book, one category with at least 10 recipes
  10. Educational poster
  11. Any activity from project book
  12. Food diary and report
  13. Decorated gingerbread house (no recipe needed)

 

CLASS 2 – TASTY TIDBITS (grades 5 and 6)

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Lot No.

  1. Applesauce cake – 3″ corner square
  2. Quick bread – 1/3 of full-size loaf showing end
  3. Pumpkin bars – 3″ corner square
  4. Twisty pretzels – three
  5. Gingersnap cookies – three
  6. Quick coffee cake – 3″ corner square
  7. Baking powder biscuits – three
  8. Pressed cookies – three different shapes
  9. Any other muffins – three prepared in microwave
  10. Decorated cake or cupcakes (3) – may be on form, judged on decoration only
  11. Food prepared in the microwave
  12. Recipe collection, box or book, at least two categories with at least 10 recipes in each
  13. Educational poster
  14. Any activity from project book
  15. Food diary and report
  16. Decorated Gingerbread house (no recipe needed)

 

CLASS 3 – YOU’RE THE CHEF (grades 7, 8 and 9)

Premiums

Blue Red White Pink
$3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $2.25

 

Lot No.

  1. Breadsticks – three
  2. Angel food cake, unfrosted – 1/4 cake
  3. Rolled cookies – three
  4. Nationality cookies – three of one variety, including statement of recipe source and nationality
  5. Yeast bread – 3″ slice of full-size loaf showing end
  6. Sponge cake – 3″ corner square
  7. Pie crust, unfilled – 6″ to 9″
  8. Candy – three pieces each of two varieties
  9. Decorated cake or cupcakes (3) – may be on form, judged on decoration only
  10. Food prepared in a microwave
  11. Recipe collection, box or book, at least four categories with at least 10 recipes in each
  12. Any activity from project book
  13. Educational poster
  14. Mobile displaying food careers
  15. Food diary and report
  16. Decorated gingerbread house (no recipe needed)

 

CLASS 4 – FOODWORKS (grade 10 and over)

Lot No.

  1. Bread made in bread machine – 3″ slice of full-size loaf showing end.
  2. Holiday cookies – three
  3. Double crust fruit pie – 1/8 of pie
  4. Low calorie desert, including nutrition information – 1 serving
  5. Whole wheat or rye yeast bread – 3″ slice of full-size loaf showing end
  6. Jelly roll cake – 3″ slice full-size loaf showing end
  7. Donuts – two
  8. Decorated cake or cupcakes (3) – may be on form, judged on decoration only
  9. Food prepared in a microwave
  10. Recipe collection, box or book, at least six categories with at least 10 recipes in each
  11. Any activity from project book
  12. Educational poster
  13. Food diary and report
  14. Decorated gingerbread house (no recipe needed)

CLASS 5 – FOOD PRESERVATION

  1.  One jar per entry
  2. All jars must be labeled with:
    • Class _____
    • Entry No. ________
    • Date Processed _____________
    • Type of Pack: Hot _____Cold ______
    • Elevation _______
    • Boiling Water Bath ____________
    • Time:________________
    • Pressure Canner ______________
    • lbs Time: _____________
  3. Canned food must be in clear pint or quart standard canning jars with rings removed. All foods must be canned according to UW Extension recommendations and have been canned since last year’s fair.

Lot No.

  1. Fruit
  2. Vegetable
  3. Pickled
  4. Jam or Jelly
  5. Dried Food