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					          2012
   ALLEN COUNTY FAIR
OFFICIAL OpEN CLAss pREmIUm BOOk
         FRIdAY ThROUgh sATURdAY
AUgUsT 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 2012

ALLEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
2750 Harding Highway, Lima, Ohio 45804-3434

  Phone 419-228-7141 or Fax 419-222-2746
            www.allencofair.com
                                                         TABLE OF CONTENTS


Agriculture/Horticulture/Floriculture ................................................................................................................... 19
         Department - Seeds, Grains & Hay ......................................................................................................... 19
         Department - Vegetables.................................................................................................................... 19-20
         Department - Fruits ................................................................................................................................. 21
         Department 1st Flower Show ............................................................................................................. 21-23
         Department 2nd Flower Show ................................................................................................................24
         Department 3rd Flower Show ........................................................................................................... 25-26
         Department - Bees & Honey............................................................................................................... 26-27
Allen County Fair Honorary Directors ................................................................................................................... 3
Allen County Fair Officers & Directors ................................................................................................................... 3
Antique Machinery/Tractor Pull ....................................................................................................................... 37-38
Beef ..................................................................................................................................................................10-11
Camping ........................................................................................................................................................... 38-39
Camping Policy, Livestock Exhibitors ..................................................................................................................... 6
Concessions & Commercial Exhibits .............................................................................................................. .39-40
Constitution & By-Laws.................................................................................................................................... 41-42
Dairy Cattle ......................................................................................................................................................11-12
Dairy Goats ...........................................................................................................................................................14
Draft Horses/Mule & Donkey Show .................................................................................................................... 10
Election Notice ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
Family Arts & Crafts ............................................................................................................................................. 27
         Department - Sewing & Needle Arts.................................................................................................. 27-29
         Department - Homemakers Style Show ............................................................................................. 29-30
         Department - Domestic & Applied Arts .................................................................................................. 31
         Department - Canned Goods ............................................................................................................. 32-33
         Department - Baked Goods................................................................................................................ 33-34
         Department - Special Baked Exhibit................................................................................................... 34-35
         Department - Antiques ............................................................................................................................ 35
Fine Arts ............................................................................................................................................................... 36
         Department - Two Dimensional Work...................................................................................................... 36
         Department - Photography...................................................................................................................... 37
General Information ............................................................................................................................................... 3
General Rules for All Exhibits .............................................................................................................................. 4-5
Guernsey................................................................................................................................................................12
Harness Racing................................................................................................................................................. 41-42
Office Hours ............................................................................................................................................................ 4
Ohio Department Of Agriculture Health Requirements ..................................................................................... 6-8
Ohio Fair Dates ..................................................................................................................................................... 43
Parking & Towing Policy.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Poultry & Waterfowl ........................................................................................................................................ 16-17
Rabbits ................................................................................................................................................................ 18
Saddle Horses ..................................................................................................................................................... 8-9
Sheep .................. ............................................................................................................................................ 12-14
Guys and Gals Lead Class ................................................................................................................................ 13-14
Swine .....................................................................................................................................................................15
Veterinary Services Policy ....................................................................................................................................... 4
                                                                                              Open Class Premium Book - 

        ALLEN COUNTY FAIR                                                                    GENERAL INFORMATION
             LIMA, OHIO
       Under the Auspices of the                                                            GATE ADMISSIONS
                                                                               MEMBERSHIP CARD
ALLEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY                                              $30 - Available Until August 11, 2012
                                                                               Admits one adult to the fairgrounds, anytime, day
                  OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY                                      or night for all nine days of the fair. Also entitles
President                                         Daniel Bowman, Lima          member to vote at the annual election of Directors,
Vice President                                  Daniel Kimmet, Delphos         according to the rules of the society. Membership Cards are available
                                                                               to Allen County RESIDENTS ONLY, who are 18 years old on or before
Fair Manager/Secretary                                      Jay Begg
                                                                               election date.
Treasurer                                                  Shelly Reiff
                                                                               SEASON PASS
                  DIRECTORS OF THE SOCIETY                                     $30 Through August 16, 2012
              Term Expires November 15, 2012
Alice Bennett                                    Bath Twp.                     Admits one person to fairgrounds for all nine days of the fair. Avail-
Daniel Bowman                                   Perry Twp.                     able to Allen County residents and out-of-county residents 9 years
John Gross                                    Richland Twp.                    & over. NO VOTING RIGHTS!
Dave Hutchison                               Shawnee Twp.
Dwain Metzger                                    At Large D                    DAILY GATE ADMISSION
David Smith                                    City of Lima                    Adult, Youth 9 Years & Over - $7.00
Gary Kramer                                     Appointed                      Children 8 Years & Under - FREE
Joe Losh                                        Appointed
                                                                               ENTRIES
                                                                               The purchase of either a Membership Card or Season Pass is re-
                                                                               quired when entering an item into any Open Class Department.
                  Term Expires November 15, 2013
Clyde Ditto                                                 Amanda Twp.
Joe Swaney                                                  Auglaize Twp.                           PARKING POLICY
Brad Hoy                                                    Jackson Twp.
Robert Phillips                                                At Large B      1.    All parking on the fairgrounds is free of charge.
Dennis Scott                                                    At Large S     2.    Vehicles of any kind, except Police & Emergency Units, are NOT
Open                                                          At Large C.            permitted on the midway or exhibit street between 11:00 a.m.
                                                                                     and 12:00 midnight during any day of the Fair.
                  Term Expires November 15, 2014                               3.    General parking areas are located on the north and west sides
Dennis Fricke                                              AmericanTwp.              of the fairgrounds between State Route 309, State Route 117
James Stewart                                                     At Large L         and the inner boundary fence.
Daniel Kimmet                                             M a r i o n Tw p .   4.    Parking within the southern two-thirds of the fair grounds will
Wayne Williams                                            SugarCreekTwp.             be assigned by parking permits and/or as available for general
Tom Koenig                                                   Spencer Twp.            parking. Parking permit must be attached to windshield.
Open                                                        Monroe Twp.              See Assigned Parking Areas & Towing Policy following this
                                                                                     section.
                                                                               5.    All parking, both general and assigned, will be controlled by
                    HONORARY DIRECTORS                                               fairground security and/or parking directors.
Fred Arnold                                           Director Emeritus        6.    All vehicles displaying a HANGING parking permit or a windshield
Sheriff Sam Crish                            Allen County Sheriff’s Dept.            permit will only be authorized to enter the designated gate and
James F. Blair                                           Attorney at Law             park in the designated lot that is printed upon the permit.
Calvin M. Leimbach                                           OSU - Retired     7.    VEHICLES PARKED ILLEGALLY MAY BE TOWED TO THE
Harrison Shutt                                            CEO of Kewpee              IMPOUND LOT. A FEE OF $35.00 WILL BE REQUIRED FOR
Harold Breidenbach                                          Entrepreneur             RELEASE OF VEHICLE. SEE BELOW.
Alberta Lee                                                Entrepreneur        8.    Gate numbers or letters are depicted on the fairgrounds.
Dave Dorley                                           CEO of Keystone          9.    Not responsible for items left in vehicles.
Tim Piper                                          Allen County Engineer
                                                                                                    TOWING POLICY
                ELECTION NOTICE FOR
                                                                               Due to continuing expansion of the campground and the need for
               FAIR BOARD DIRECTORS                                            increased exhibit space, exhibitor parking in the BLUE and GREEN
                                                                               lots is expected to be over capacity again this year.
The Annual Election of Directors for 3 year terms beginning November           1.      Authorized exhibitors will continue to receive parking permits
15 of this year will be held November 14, 2012, in the Youth Activities                but we must ask for your cooperation in dealing with the
Building at the Fairgrounds. Each person wishing to be a candidate                     shortage of parking spaces.
for election to the Board of Directors shall be a member of the Allen          2.      We will be posting signs and doing our best to enforce an
County Agricultural Society, shall be at least 18 years old, shall reside in           exhibitor only parking area from GATE 4 west inside the
Allen County and in the city or township for which they are petitioning,               boundary fence. We are implementing the following changes
except in the case of the AT LARGE positions which are open to any                     in procedures and policies to enable us to insure the parking
member of the Allen County Agricultural Society. They shall file a                     rules are followed.
nominating petition in the Society office at least seven (7) days prior to     3.      BLUE lot parking permit will be stick-on instead of hanging tags.
the election. The petition must be signed by at least ten (10) members                 The permits MUST be applied to the upper left hand corner of
of the Allen County Agricultural Society. Petitions may be picked up                   your vehicle’s windshield to enter GATE 5.
in the Society office during normal working hours.
 - Open Class Premium Book
4.   One day parking permits used for the Dog Show, the Open                        Due to limited parking spaces one parking pass will be given per
     Rabbit Show and by the Fire and Rescue Squads will be hanging                  family. Permit MUST be attached to windshield of vehicle and
     two part tags and the bottom part must be torn off and given                   visible at all times or the VEHICLE MAY BE TOWED. PARKING
     to the gate personnel at GATE 5.                                               PASSES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AFTER AUGUST 1, WHICH
5.   A towing policy has been established to enforce EXHIBITORS                     IS THE ENTRY DEADLINE DATE.
     ONLY parking in the BLUE, GREEN and SUPERINTENDENT                    9.       All parking on the fairgrounds is free. If your department is not
     lots.                                                                          addressed specifically herein, parking is free in the general lot.
6.   The towing impound lot is located on the Fairground’s property                 No vehicles are permitted on the midway between 11 a.m. and
     south of St. Rt. 117. Vehicles parked without the proper permits               12 midnight.
     in the BLUE, GREEN and SUPERINTENDENT lots or vehicles
     illegally parked in drive or aisle ways, near barns, in fire lanes,                           DELIVERY TRUCKS
     by fire hydrants, or in handicap spaces will be towed.
7.   The fee to retrieve an impounded vehicle is $35.00.                   All Delivery Trucks delivering parcels to the Fairgrounds shall purchase
                                                                           a Season Pass for the driver and will be given a free delivery permit for
                                                                           each vehicle. The delivery permit must be displayed in the windshield
           ASSIGNED PARKING AREAS                                          of the truck and the driver must posses the season pass in order to be
                                                                           allowed entry to the fairgrounds anytime during the fair.
1.   ONE BLUE WINDSHIELD PARKING PERMIT per household
     for Open Class LIVESTOCK EXHIBITOR (beef, dairy, sheep,                                               OFFICE HOURS
     goats, swine, poultry) will be given at time of making entry
     allowing said exhibitor to enter Gate 5 and park in the BLUE
                                                                           The Administration Office will be open to accept entries and other
     lot or in general parking. Permit MUST be ATTACHED to the
                                                                           business as follows:
     upper left windshield and be visible at all times or the VEHICLE
                                                                           Through July 29 ......................................................... 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
     MAY BE TOWED. NO DUPLICATE PARKING PASSES WILL
     BE ISSUED.                                                                                                                                              (Mon. through Fri.)
2.   Junior Fair Livestock Exhibitor (beef, dairy, sheep, goats, swine     July 21 ................................................................................8:30 am to 2 pm
     and poultry) will receive by mail a BLUE WINDSHIELD PARKING           August 13......................................................................... 9 am to Noon
     PERMIT allowing said exhibitor to enter Gate 5 and park in the        August 1 through August 16..................................................... 9 am to 5 pm
     BLUE lot or in general parking. Limit TWO per family. Permit                                                                                            (Mon. through Fri.)
     MUST be attached to upper left windshield of vehicle and visible      August 17-25 ........................................................................... 8 am to 8 pm
     at all times or the VEHICLE MAY BE TOWED. NO DUPLICATE                                                                                                                  (FAIR)
     PARKING PASSES WILL BE ISSUED.                                        Sun. August 26 ....................................................................7 am to 11 am
3.   Each CAMPER will receive ONE BLUE WINDSHIELD PARKING                  August 27 and after........................................................ 8:30 am to 4:30pm
     PERMIT at the time of checking in their camper, allowing said
     exhibitor to enter Gate 5 and park in the BLUE lot or in general
     parking. Permit MUST be attached to upper left of windshield                     POLICY FOR VETERINARY SERVICES
     of vehicle and visible at all times or the VEHICLE MAY BE
     TOWED                                                                 The duties of the Fair Veterinarian are as follows:
4.   Exhibitors requiring vehicle access to Gate 5 beyond the number       1.     Examine animals upon arrival/check-in.
     of parking passes received may request an Exhibitor Delivery          2.     Retrieve urine samples from the champions.
     Pass at the Administration Office. This hanging tag will allow        3.     Examine any animal that has died before it is removed from the
     entry for a vehicle at Gate 5 and access to the barn and camping             grounds.
     area. This delivery pass is for DELIVERY ONLY and if vehicle is       If an animal becomes ill or injured at the fair, the individual owner/
     parked in a area requiring a parking pass it WILL BE TOWED.           exhibitor should contact their own veterinarian. If the owner/exhibitor
5.   LIVESTOCK/HORSE TRAILERS ALL livestock and horse trailers             does not have a veterinarian, the fair veterinarian can be reached
     must be parked on the southside of State Route 117 in the long        through the Administration Office; however he will charge a fee to the
     term parking area. The ONLY exceptions will be horse trailers         owner/exhibitor for services rendered. Any medication or treatment
     chosen by each club for tack and feed storage and parked in an        of livestock, whether by a licensed veterinarian or under a veterinary/
     orderly fashion along St. Rt. 117 south of the Junior Fair Horse      client relationship, must be documented by a Drug Use Notification
     Barns. Trailer parking permits will be issued to each advisor on      Form and reported to a superintendent.
     a prorated as needed basis. Any trailer parked without a permit
     WILL BE TOWED.                                                               GENERAL RULES FOR ALL EXHIBITS
6.   Each RABBIT EXHIBITOR must enter the fairgrounds at Gate
     5 on St. Rt. 117, and will unload ON THE ROAD behind the
     Show Arena. Each RABBIT EXHIBITOR will be given a ONE                 1.        All Open Class Exhibitors (every department) must purchase
     DAY HANGING PARKING PASS when they unload on the                                either a Membership Card (must be 18 and an Allen County
     road behind the SHOW ARENA. Permit MUST be hung on the                          Resident) or a Season Pass (under 18 years of age or a non-
     rearview mirror of vehicle and visible at all times or the VEHICLE              county resident) to enter.
     MAY BE TOWED. Vehicles will NOT BE PERMITTED to enter                 2.        All PREMIUMS awarded for every department can be
     the road between the barns to load and unload. After unloading,                 collected at the Cashier’s window (outside southeast corner of
     vehicles will proceed to the BLUE lot or general parking.                       Administration Building) during the Fair or at the Administration
7.   Each JUNIOR FAIR DOG EXHIBITOR will receive a ONE DAY                           Building within ten days after the Fair. In paying premiums,
     HANGING PARKING PERMIT allowing said exhibitor to enter                         no evidence of awards will be recognized except the entry
     Gate 5 and park in the BLUE lot or in general parking. Permit                   book properly signed by the judge, as ribbons can become
     MUST be hung on the rearview mirror of vehicle and visible at                   misplaced.
     all times or the VEHICLE MAY BE TOWED.                                3.        No dogs allowed on the fairgrounds (except for Junior Fair
8.   ANTIQUE MACHINERY EXHIBITOR/TRACTOR PULL                                        Dog Shows.)
     PARTICIPANT making a timely entry will receive a BLUE                 4.        The sale, possession and consumption of alchol is prohibited
     WINDSHIELD PARKING PERMIT when bringing there exhibit                           on the premises during the Allen County Fair.
     in allowing said exhibitor to enter Gate 5 and park in the BLUE       5.        Fraud, deception and/or misrepresentation is considered an
     lot or in general parking.                                                      unacceptable practice for any exhibitor at the Allen County
                                                                                     Fair.
                                                                                                   Open Class Premium Book - 
6.     Fraud, deception and/or misrepresentation of any kind are
                                                                                    12.   Any person entering stock or articles in any department of any
       described as but not limited to, the following:
                                                                                          kind and misrepresenting its age, condition or ownership, will
       a. Tampering and/or misrepresentation as to breeding, age,
                                                                                          forfeit the premium and will be excluded from competing.
       ownership and any other irregularity in exhibiting.
                                                                                    13.   Entry tags for each non-livestock exhibit will be furnished
       b. Any artificial means of removing or remedying the physical
                                                                                          corresponding with the completed entry forms timely submitted
       defects or conformatin of animals, such as lifting or filling under
                                                                                          to the Fair Office.
       the skin; use of string, artificial heels, artificial tail heads, altering
                                                                                    14.   Each exhibit shall have a completed entry form on file with the
       the natural coloring, etc.
                                                                                          Administration Office including the exhibitor’s name, post office
7.     Should fraud, deception and/or misrepresentation of any kind
                                                                                          address, the breed, description, and age of the animal and the
       be suspected the following procedures will be used:
                                                                                          name of any non-livestock article offered.
       a. The Department Director-in-Charge, his Superintendent
                                                                                    15.   No animal can compete in more than one class, except as one
       and/or Assistant Superintendent(s) will inspect the exhibit in
                                                                                          of a pair or herd.
       question and interview the exhibitor and/or parties involved
                                                                                    16.   The Allen County Agricultural Society Board of Directors will
       regarding the matter.
                                                                                          not be responsible for any loss or damage or accident that may
       b. If drugs are suspected to have been improperly used, or if
                                                                                          occur to exhibitors and/or exhibits. Exhibitors are required to
       Fair Officials have not been properly notified of the use of any
                                                                                          give attention to their articles during the Fair, and at the close
       drugs, said Fair Officials have the right to subject the suspected
                                                                                          attend to their removal.
       exhibit to tests which can determine if a substance has been
                                                                                    17.   Livestock exhibitors are responsible for any damage or injury
       improperly used.
                                                                                          their exhibits may cause. The Allen County Agricultural Society
       c. If these Fair Officials believe that a violation has occurred,
                                                                                          is STRONGLY RECOMMENDING but not requiring personal
       they must present the case and recommendations to the
                                                                                          liability insurance for horse, beef, dairy and swine exhibitors for
       Board of Directors of the Allen County Agricultural Society and
                                                                                          the dates of August 17-25, 2012.
       withhold premiums, trophies, awards, points and sale money
                                                                                    18.   Purity of blood and stock must be established by pedigree,
       pending disposition of the violation.
                                                                                          genuineness of pedigrees of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs
       d. All parties involved will be notified of the time for the
                                                                                          shall be decided by herd books and registries of acknowledged
       presentation and have the right to present evidence and/or
                                                                                          authorities of their respective class. Judges of livestock will also,
       mitigatin regarding the case.
                                                                                          other things being equal, give preference to registered sires.
       e. Upon hearing the case, the Board of Directors will make a
                                                                                    19.   Evidence will be required that animals exhibited as bred are not
       ruling regarding the suspected fraud and/or inspection.
                                                                                          barren.
       f. If the Board of Directors rule that fraud, deceptive practice
                                                                                    20.   No unsound animal in any department will receive a premium in
       or misrepresntation has occurred, the exhibitor and/or any
                                                                                          any class. No award will be made to any animal of the breeding
       person involved may be barred from exhibiting at the Allen
                                                                                          class that is barren, or has any transmissible unsoundness.
       County Fair for up to three (3) years.
                                                                                    21.   All manufactured articles must be exhibited by the manufacturer,
       g. If any premium(s) have been awarded to the exhibitor
                                                                                          and all grain, fruit or vegetables must be exhibited by the
       involved in the case, the exhibitor shall be required to refund all
                                                                                          producer and be the product of the current agricultural year.
       premium money, trophies, ribbons and sale money. Additionally,
                                                                                    22.   When animals, articles and/or exhibits of any kind are not
       the placing of points and/or points awarded to the exhibit shall
                                                                                          deemed worthy of a premium, the judge will make no award.
       be withdrawn and the exhibits placing next in order at the show
                                                                                    23.   All entries will be made in strict compliance with the offered
       shall move up.
                                                                                          premium list and awards made in compliance. Exhibitors are
       h. If a violation of the rules is determined prior to the exhibit
                                                                                          responsible to have stock and articles represented correctly.
       sale, the exhibit(s) shall not be premitted to sell.
                                                                                    24.   Exhibits remaining on the fairgrounds after Sunday, August 26,
       i. If a violation of the rules is determined after the exhibit sale,
                                                                                          2012, will be disposed of by Fairground personnel at exhibitor’s
       all sale money will be returned to the buyer, and the exhibit
                                                                                          expense after a reasonable attempt to notify exhibitor has been
       shall be returned to the exhibitor.
                                                                                          made.
       j. If the carcass is condemned at the packing plant for any
                                                                                    25.   Entries open to all counties holding fairs open to Allen County
       reason, it shall be grounds for the disqualification in the on-foot
                                                                                          exhibitors, except as specified in the department rules.
       and carcass division end of the sale.
                                                                                    26.   All livestock on exhibition must be cared for by the exhibitor.
       k. Protest and appeals to any decisions of the Fair Officials must
                                                                                          All exhibitors will be required to furnish their own bedding.
       be filed in writing to the Secretary within 24 hours following
                                                                                          No feed for livestock will be furnished. All livestock is brought
       the judgement.
                                                                                          to the fairgrounds at the owner’s risk. The Allen County
       The protest and/or appeal must be signed by the party or
                                                                                          Agricultural Society Board of Directors will not be responsible
       parties involved in the judgment and accompanied by a $250.00
                                                                                          for any accident, theft, damage or disease to any livestock as
       protest fee. This fee will be retained by the Allen County
                                                                                          a result of being brought to the fair.
       Agricultural Society if the protest or appeal is not sustained.
                                                                                    27.   No vendor, solicitor or peddler, including but not limited to
      l. Protests and appeals will be considered and reviewed prior
                                                                                          religious and/or political solicitors shall be permitted anywhere
      to the time of the auction or at such later time as the parties
                                                                                          on the fairgrounds without renting space from which to operate.
      may agree. The procedures used for a protest and or an appeal
                                                                                          All actions of such person or their agents, whether operating on
      will be as outlined in a through k above.
                                                                                          their own behalf or the behalf of another person, organization,
8.    An entry fee will not be charged UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED
                                                                                          or entity, shall be confined to the rented space and that area
      IN THE RULES OF AN INDIVIDUAL DEPARTMENT. ALL
                                                                                          which is four feet immediately in front of the rented space. The
      ENTRIES (with the exception of special livestock shows) close
                                                                                          only exception is that food, drink and merchandise vendors
      on August 1, 2011
                                                                                          who have received prior permission from the Allen County
9.    Entry fees will not be refunded if the withdrawal of the entry is
                                                                                          Agricultural Society Board of Directors or its agent may sell
      requested after the close of entries.
                                                                                          their products in the area of the grandstand and the locations
10.   Every animal or article must be exhibited in the bonafide owner’s
                                                                                          of other entertainment. The Allen County Agricultural Society
      name and should any competitor violate this rule, he shall not
                                                                                          does not discriminate as to religious and /or political solicitors
      receive a premium should one be awarded.
                                                                                          nor does the Allen County Agricultural Society officially support
11.   Release Time for Exhibitors. Failure to observe published release
                                                                                          any religious or political views of the solicitors renting space.
      times will result in forfeiture of premiums for the prresent
                                                                                    28.   General parking areas are located on the north and west sides
      and the following year. Emergency release of exhibits may be
                                                                                          of the fairgrounds between St. Rt. 309, St. Rt 117 and the inner
      obtained ONLY with permission from the Department Director.
                                                                                          boundary fence. Parking within the southern two thirds of the
      If the Department Director is unavailable, the Fair Manager may
                                                                                          fairgrounds is assigned by parking permits and/or as available
      grant release of exhibits.
 - Open Class Premium Book
      for general parking. Parking permits to park in assigned parking
      must be displayed on vehicle mirror. Any non-permitted vehicle                       STATE OF OHIO
      parked in a location where a permit is required or parked in a                DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
      no parking area IS SUBJECT TO BE TOWED AT OWNER’S                                  COLUMBUS, OHIO
      EXPENSE.
29.   The Allen County Agricultural Society Board of Directors                 INSPECTION AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
      reserves the right to interpret the rules herein published and              OF LIVESTOCK EXHIBITED IN OHIO
      also the right to rule on all questions not covered by these rules;
      and prorate premium awards according to available funds.              NOTE: LIVESTOCK TAMPERING AND EXHIBITION RULES WILL BE
30.   Vehicles of any kind, except Police and Emergency Units, are not          MADE AVAILABLE TO A LIVESTOCK EXHIBITOR OR ADULT
      permitted ont eh midway or any exhibit street between 11:00               ADVISORS UPON REQUEST. COMPLETE RULES WILL BE
      a.m. and 12:00 midnight during any day of the fair.                       AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE: http://codes.
31.   Prohibited Items: All motorized vehicles are prohibited on the            ohio.gov/oac/901-19.
      fairgrounds except authorized delivery vehicles, which must be        NOTE: Our fair will operate under the provisions of Ohio’s Livestock
      off the midway by 11:00 A.M. and cars, trucks and motorcycles             Show Reform Act and under all applicable Ohio Department
      properly parked in permitted parking areas. Prohibited vehicles           of Agricultural Administrative Code Rules. This law and the
      include but are not limited to golf carts, utility vehicles (JD           amended rules will be available at the following website: http://
      Gators, Kawaski Mule etc.) ATV’s moped, scooters and other                codes.ohio.gov/oac/901%3A1-18.
      powered wheeled transportation. Also prohibited are bicycles,         NOTE:CHAPTER 901:1-18 of the Administrative Code which was filed
      rollerblades, skateboards and “razor type” scooters. Personal             pursuant to chapter 119 of the Revised Code.
      handicap mobility devices will be allowed. Allen County Fair
      Security will have the final say on prohibited vehicles.              901: 1-18-01 Chapter’s Application
32.   All delivery vehicles must display a delivery permit. All golf        901: 1-18-02 Definitions
      carts and utility vehicles used for delivery must produce proof       901: 1-18-03 Exhibitions: Sanitation, Inspection and Records
      of liability insurance and obtain a gold cart permit for the          901: 1-18-04 Exhibitors
      concession office.                                                    901: 1-18-05 Poultry and Fowl
                                                                            901: 1-18-06 Cattle
           LIVESTOCK CAMPING                                                901: 1-18-07 Goats
                                                                            901: 1-18-08 Horses, Mules and Ponies
                                                                            901: 1-18-09 Sheep
In order to camp in the livestock camping area, someone staying in          901: 1-18-10 Swine
your camper needs to be exhibiting livestock, and junior fair livestock     901: 1-18-11 Llama
exhibitors are given first preference. To improve our service to both
new and returning campers, we have instituted the following dates to        901:1-18-01 CHAPTER’S APPLICATION
register your camper for the 2012 Allen County Fair.                        (A)   Animals listed in this chapter when moved or imported into Ohio
RETURNING CAMPERS ONLY:                                                           for exhibition purposes only shall comply with the requirements
May 1 through July 1, 2012                                                       of this chapter and when in compliance with the provisions of this
If you register during this time frame, you can                                   chapter shall, with the exception of rules governing movement
request to keep your previous location or to be                                   and importation of quarantine animals, be exempt from any
moved to a different location. Any returning                                      other rules governing within or importation into Ohio.
camper who completes their registration                                     (B)   Animals moved within or imported into Ohio for any purpose
during this period will automatically receive                                     in addition to exhibition shall meet all movement and import
the same camping location unless requesting a                                     requirements of Chapter 901:1-17 of the Administrative
different location.                                                               Code.
NEW CAMPERS (OR LATE RETURNING CAMPERS):
June 1 through August 1, 2012                                               901:1-18-02 DEFINITIONS
A waiting list will be maintained for new campers starting June 1.
New camper registrations will be taken in the order they are received.      AS USED IN THIS CHAPTER:
You may request that your campsite be near a returning camper or            (A)  “Exhibition” means any public show of animals which is
a general area (near front, back row, north end, south of road, etc.)            sponsored by or under the control of an Ohio county or
However, the final placement will be made by the fair staff. We have to          Independent Agricultural Society organized under Chapter
take many items into considerations, including but not limited to the            1711 of the Revised Code; or the Ohio State Fair; or which
size of your camper, pole placement, etc. IF A RETURNING CAMPER                  is assembled for a period which exceeds thirty-six hours or
WAITS UNTIL AFTER JULY 15 TO REGISTER AND THEIR PREVIOUS                         contains animals of origins other than Ohio.
LOCATION HAS BEEN ASSIGNED TO SOMEONE ELSE, THE                             (B)  “Certificate of Veterinary Inspection” means a form from the
RETURNING CAMPER WILL RECEIVE A DIFFERENT LOCATION,                              state of origin which has been issued and completed by a
IF ANY CAMPSITES ARE AVAILABLE.                                                  licensed and accredited veterinarian attesting to the health
At the time of registering your camper, payment must be made for                 status and identification of an animal listed thereon.
the camping fee ($150) as well as passes (season or membership $30)         (C)  “Approved Veterinarian” means any licensed and accredited
for each person over the age of nine (9) years staying in your camper.           veterinarian approved by the Ohio Department of Agriculture,
Junior Fair Exhibitors do not require a purchased pass, however, they            or an employee of the Ohio Department of Agriculture or the
must obtain a junior fair photo ID in order to enter the fair free of            United States Department of Agriculture and Plant Health
charge and to claim their premium money.                                         Inspection Service, Veterinary Services.
                                                                            ((D) “Licensed and Accredited Veterinarian” means a person who is
                                                                                 licensed by the State of Ohio to practice veterinary medicine
                                                                                 and who is certified by the United States Department of
      RETURNING CAMPING REGRISTRATION                                            Agriculture, Animal Plant Health Inspection Service, Veterinary
         MAY 1 THROUGH JULY 15, 2012                                             Services, to be an accredited veterinarian.
          NEW CAMPER REGISTRATION                                           (E)  “Residue” means any poisonous or deleterious pesticide
        JUNE 1 THROUGH AUGUST 1, 2012                                            governed by 40 C.F.R. 180, any poisonous or deleterious
                                                                                 substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 109.6, or any other substance
                                                                                 governed by 21 C.F.R. 556.
                                                                                         Open Class Premium Book - 
(F)   “Contagious or infectious disease” means any disease, including           (2) Originate directly from a flock which has had a negative
      any foreign animal disease or vector, capable of transmission by          test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease within twelve months
      any means from a carrier animal to a human or to another animal           preceding the opening date of exhibition and be accompanied
      and includes dangerously contagious or infectious diseases.               by documentary evidence that they meet the requirements of
(G)   “Tuberculosis accredited free herd” is one that has passed                this paragraph; or
      at least two consecutive annual negative official tests for               (3) Have had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease,
      tuberculosis in accordance with the “Uniform Methods and Rules            within ninety days, preceding the opening date of the exhibition
      -- Bovine Tuberculosis Eradication”, and has no other evidence            and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet
      of bovine tuberculosis.                                                   the requirement.
                                                                          (B)   The rapid whole blood test shall not be used to test turkeys for
901: 1-18-03 EXHIBITIONS: SANITATION, INSPECTION AND                            compliance with the requirements of paragraph (A) (2) and (A)
     RECORDS                                                                    (3) of this rule.
(A)  Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall have in attendance        (C)   Waterfowl, doves and pigeons are exempt from this rule.
     an approved veterinarian for the duration of the exhibit.
(B)  Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall:                          901:1-18-06 CATTLE
     (1) Immediately, prior to an exhibition and under the direction of   (A)   Cattle moved within Ohio for exhibition:
     the approved veterinarian, thoroughly clean and disinfect each             (1) The animals presented for exhibition must show no
     building, pen, stall, ring or other enclosure in which animals are         symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease.
     to be quartered for exhibition.                                      (B)   All cattle imported into Ohio for exhibition must:
     (2) Have the approved veterinarian:                                        (1) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection
      (a) Examine the Certification of Veterinary Inspection when               issued within ninety days preceding the opening date of the
     required for an animal brought to the exhibition;                          exhibition: and
        (b) Inspect within a reasonable time of arrival, each animal            (2) Originate from a tuberculosis-accredited free herd, an
     brought to the exhibit for symptoms of any infectious or                   accredited free state or zone, or a modified accredited advanced
     contagious diseases;                                                       state or zone;
      (c) Daily inspect each animal present at the exhibition for               (3) If originate from a modified accredited state or zone must
     symptoms of infectious or contagious diseases;                             comply with Rule 901:1:17-03 of the Administrative Code;
     (3) Maintain a record for one year from the date of the exhibition         must comply with Rule 901:1-17-03 of the Administrative
     of each animal present at the exhibit. The record shall contain            Code;
     the name and address of the owner of each animal and the                   (4) If originate from an accreditation preparatory or a
     species and breed of the animal.                                           nonaccredited state or zone are prohibited from exhibition;
     (4) May order the immediate removal of any animal which, in                (5) If from a brucellosis class A state or area/zone must be
     the opinion of the approved veterinarian, places other animals             negative to an official brucellosis test within thirty days of the
     at unacceptable risk of disease.                                           opening date of the exhibition unless: they are under six months
(C)  An exemption from the requirements of paragraph (B)(1) of                  of age, steers or official vaccinates under twenty months of age
     this rule may be requested from the department and will be                 (dairy) or twenty-four months of age (beef); and
     granted when, in the judgement of the department, cleaning                 (6) If from a brucellosis class B or C state or area/zone must
     and disinfection will serve no purpose. By way of example only,            meet all requirements for pre-entry testing as specified in 9
     cleaning and disinfection will generally serve no purpose in a             C.F.R. 78.9 and obtain an Ohio permit prior to movement.
     newly constructed building which has never been occupied.            (C)   Cattle from a brucellosis certified free herd or class free state
                                                                                are not required to be brucellosis tested.
901:1-18-04 EXHIBITORS
(A)   No person shall present for exhibition or exhibit an animal which   901:1-18-07 GOATS
      he knows or has reason to suspect is affected with or has been      (A)   Goats moved within Ohio for exhibition:
      exposed to a dangerously contagious or infectious disease or              (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms
      residue.                                                                  or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease.
(B)   The owner or bailee of an animal with symptoms of an infectious     (B) Goats imported into Ohio for exhibition:
      or contagious disease shall, when directed by an exhibition               (1) Must have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection issued within
      official, the approved veterinarian, or an employee of the Ohio           thirty days; and
      Department of Agriculture, immediately remove the animal from             (2) The animal presented for exhibition, must show no symptoms
      the exhibition premises.                                                  or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease. (3) The
(C)   Upon request, each person who presents for exhibition or                  owner and the veterinarian must attest to the following
      exhibited an animal, shall make available any Certificate of              statement written on the certificate of veterinarian inspection
      Veterinary Inspection, registration certificates, vaccination             “the goats in this shipment are not known to be under any
      certificate, and other documents to exhibition officials, the             movement restrictions because of scrapie.”
      approved veterinarian or an employee of the Ohio Department               (4) Originate from a tuberculosis accredited free herd as defined
      of Agriculture.                                                           in Rule 901-18-02(G) of the Administrative Code for bovine
(D)   Each peron who presents for exhibition or exhibits an animal for          tuberculosis eradication; or
      which Certificate of Veterinary Inspection is required by Rules           (5) Originate from a bovine accredited free state or zone, or a
      901:1-18-01 to 901:1-18-11 of the Administrative Code shall               bovine modified accredited advanced state or zone; or
      forward a copy of the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection to the         (6) Originate from a bovine modified accredited state or zone
      Ohio Department of Agriculture’s division of animal industry.             must comply with Rule 901:1-17-06 of the Administrative
                                                                                Code.
901:1-18-05 POULTRY AND FOWL                                              (C)   If originate from a bovine accreditation preparatory or a bovine
(A)   All turkeys, chickens and game birds moved within or imported             non-accredited state or zone are prohibited from exhibition.
      into Ohio for exhibition must:
      (1) Originate directly from a flock or hatchery which is a          901:1-18-08 HORSES, MULES AND PONIES
      participant in the national poultry improvement plan for the        (A)   Horses, mules and ponies moved within Ohio for exhibition:
      eradication of disease and be accompanied by documentary                  (1) If not under quarantine and if they are free of any signs of
      evidence that they meet the requirements of this paragraph;               a contagious or infectious disease; and
      or
 - Open Class Premium Book
                                                                                    from a stage V area and show no sypmtoms or evidence of an
      (2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older the exhibition
                                                                                    infectious or contagious disease.
      manager may require that the animal has been tested and
                                                                                    (4) Are exempt by awrittenpermit issued by the department.
      classed negative to an official test for equine infectious anemia
                                                                            (B)     Swine imported into Ohio for exhibition:
      within twelve months of the opening date of the exhibition.
                                                                                    (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection
(B)   Horses, mules and ponies imported into Ohio for exhibition:
                                                                                    issued within thirty days preceding the exhibition opening date;
      (1) Shall be accompanied by an official Certificate of Veterinary
                                                                                    and
      Inspection issued within thirty days of the opening date of the
                                                                                    (2) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty days
      exhibition or obtain a permit for extended time granted by the
                                                                                    of the exhibition opening date unless:
      chief of the division of animal industry as authorized in Paragraph
                                                                                    (a) They originate immediately and directly from a stage V
      (C) of Rule 901:1-17-01 of the Administrative Code; and
                                                                                    area or from an area or country recognized by United States
      (2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older, it shall be
                                                                                    Department of Agriculture, Animal Plant Health Inspection
      accompanied by evidence the animal was negative to an official
                                                                                    Service, Veterinary Services as pseudorabies free; or
      test for equine infectious anemia within six months of the
                                                                                    (b) they originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies
      opening date of the exhibition; and
                                                                                    qualified herd and have not been previously exhibited this show
      (3) Upon request by an authorized representative of the Ohio
                                                                                    season; or
      Department of Agriculture, the person responsible for each
                                                                                    (c) Are exempt by a written permit issued by the department.
      animal must make available a chronological list of dates, places
                                                                            (C)     Swine moved within or omported into Ohio for racing shall:
      and events attended by this animal within thirty days prior to
                                                                                    (1) Be separated at all times from any other swine on the
      entry into Ohio.
                                                                                    exhibition grounds by the greatest distance reasonably possible;
                                                                                    and
901:1-18-09 SHEEP
                                                                                    (2) Be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection
(A)   Sheep moved within Ohio for exhibition:
                                                                                    issued within thirty days preceding the opening date of the
      (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms
                                                                                    exhibition; and
      or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease or exposed
                                                                                    (3) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty
      to scrapie unless a flock plan is completed.
                                                                                    days of the exhibition opening date unless:
(B)   Sheep imported into Ohio for exhibition:
                                                                                    (a) They originate immediately and directly from a stage V
      (1) Must have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection issued within
                                                                                    area or from an area or country recognized by United States
      thirty days preceding the exhibition opening date; and
                                                                                    Department of Agriculture, Animal Plant Health Inspection
      (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms
                                                                                    Service, Veterinary Services a spseudorabies free; or
      or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease, or
                                                                                    (b) They originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies
      (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the following
                                                                                    qualified herd and have not been previously exhibited this show
      statement written on the certificate of veterinary inspection
                                                                                    season;
      “the sheep in this shipment are not known to be under any
                                                                                    (c) Are exempt by written permit issued by the department
      movement restrictions because of scrapie.”
                                                                                    (4) Be exempt from the immediate slaughter requirement of
                                                                                    paragraph
901:1-18-10 SWINE
                                                                                    (A) (c) of this rule.
(A)   Swine moved within Ohio for exhibition:
      (1) At a terminal show must:
      (a) Show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious                             LIABILITY INSURANCE
      disease; and                                                                Livestock exhibitors are responsible for any damage or
      (b) Orginate from a county which sixty days prior to the                    injury their exhibits may cause. The Allen County Agricultural
      exhibition opening date had no pseudorabies guaranteed herds;               Society is STRONGLY RECOMMENDING but not requiring
      and                                                                         personal liability insurance for horse, beef, dairy and swine
      (c) Have no breeding swine present and all swine removed are                exhibitors for the dates of August 17 - 25, 2012.
      delivered for immediate slaughter or to a licensed livestock
      facility.
      (d) Not withstanding any other pvovisions of these rules, the                      OPEN CLASS ENTRY DEADLINE
      manager or sponsor of the exhibition may, prior to permitting                            AUGUST 1, 2012
      the exhibition of any porcine animal at a terminal show require
      proof, for example a VS form 4-33, animal disease diagnostic
                                                                                        LAST DAY OF MEMBERSHIP SALES
      laboratory submission form or a Certificate of Veterinary                                AUGUST 11, 2012
      Inspection, the animal has been tested and classed “negative”
      to an official test for pseudorabies within forty-five days of the
      Immediately preceeding the opening date of exhibition.
      (2) At all other shows, must be accompanied by a Certificate of
      Veterinary Inspection issued within forty-five days preceding
      the exhibition opening date: and Must be negative to an official                                       SADDLE HORSES
      pseudorabies test withing forty-five days of the exhibition
      opening date unless;
      (a) They originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies
      qualified herd; or                                                      DEPARTMENT - SADDLE HORSE SHOWS
      (b) Are suckling pigs accompanying a negative dam; or
      (c) They originate from a pseudorabies vaccinated herd and
      meet the following conditions:
      (i) The herd has had a negative monitored test within twelve          DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR                                Brad Hoy., 419-303-2530
      months, and                                                           Superintendents                                 Don Montooth, 419-9-482
      (ii) The swine presented for show are negative to a pseudorabies                        Shari Parker, 419-2-601; Darren Rowe, 419-20-8
      differential test; or                                                 RELEASE TIME                                         At Completion of the Show
      (3) Will be exempt from the requirement of a Certificate of           BOX STALLS                                                              $.00 per day
      Veterinary Inspectin if they originate immediately and directly       NOTE: All horses on grounds overnight, must be stalled (if stalls are available)
                                                                                        Open Class Premium Book - 9

                                                                                                      SHORT BREAK
                ALLEN COUNTY HORSE COUNCIL
                                                                         13. English Pleasure 18 & Under
                  INDIANA IBRA SPEED SHOW
                          Saturday, August 18, 2012                      14. English Equitation 18 & Under
                     (Fair Admission Required - $7.00)                              SHORT BREAK FOR TACK CHANGES IF NEEDED
                                                                         15. Youth Walk/Trot Horsemanship (can not show in any 3 gaited classes)
                                                                         16. Youth Western Horsemanship (9-13)
                    ENTER AT GATE 4 ON ST. RT. 117                       17. Youth Western Horsemanship (14-18)
         When one class starts, entries will close on the next class     18. Youth Western Pleasure (9-13)
                        4-H youth must wear helmets                      19. Youth Western Pleasure (14-18)
       No hitting in front of the cinch & no running through the gate    20. Youth Western Pony Horsemanship 18 & Under
                                NO REFUNDS                               21. Youth Western Pony Pleasure 18 & Under
                Allen County Horse Council & The Fairgrounds
                                                                         22. Trail Class 18 & Under
                       not responsible for loss or injury
    70% payback unless otherwise indicated No Dogs Allowed on Grounds
                                                                         23. Driving Reinsmanship 18 & Under
                                                                         24. Driving (Light Horse)
                                                                         25. Driving (Draft Horse)
 Exhibition Poles - $3.00 (1st 50 to sign up at entry booth)
 Exhibition Barrels - $3.00 (1st 50 to sign up at entry booth)
                                                                                   For more information contact any horse advisor
 CLASS
 1. Pee Wee Barrels - 9 and under
 2. 2-D Youth Barrels - $2.00 Added (payback on $5.00)                    THE ALLEN COUNTY FAIR BOARD AND SHOW COMMITTEE
            Sponsored By                                                     WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INJURIES TO HORSES,
 3. Open Flags - $2.00 Added                                                           EXHIBITORS OR SPECTATORS
           Sponsored By Vicki & Dennis Yoakum & Family                                 THEFT OR LOSS OF PROPERTY
 4. Warm Up Barrels
 5. Master Barrels (payback on $5.00)
 6. Pee Wee Poles - 9 and under                                                     ALLEN COUNTY 4-H HORSE COUNCIL
 7. Youth Poles                                                                          OHIO IBRA SPEED SHOW
 8. Open 2-D Poles - $100.00 Added                                                               Friday, August 24, 2012
     Sponsored by Shari Parker & Family                                                   (Fair Admission Required - $7.00)
 9. Open 3-D Barrels - $00.00 Added (Payback on $1.00)
 10. Open Ball Race - $2.00 Added
            Sponsored by Eugene Wright & Family                                        ENTER AT GATE 4 ON ST. RT. 117
 11. Open Dash for Cash - $2.00 Added                                        When one class starts, entries will close on the next class
            Sponsored By Allen Co. Lone Stars 4-H Club                      Shirt with a 4” Sleeve & Collar Western hat (or helmet) or no hat at all
       For more information call D.K. Buettner @419-204-4246                                     4-H youth must wear helmets
                                                                            No hitting in front of the cinch & no running through the gate
                                                                                                     NO REFUNDS
             ENTRY FEES                                                                 Allen County Horse Council & The Fairgrounds
  CLASSES 1, , 4, 6,,10,11, - $.00                                                         not responsible for loss or injury
  CLASS 2, , - $ .00                      EXHIBITION - 4:00 PM                       70% payback + added money unless otherwise stated
  CLASS 8 - $10.00                          SHOW STARTS -  PM                                  No Dogs Allowed on Grounds
  CLASS 9 - $1.00
                                                                         Exhibition Poles - $3.00 (1st 50 to sign up at entry booth)
                                                                         Exhibition Barrels - $3.00 (1st 50 to sign up at entry booth)

    ALLEN COUNTY HORSE COUNCIL                                           CLASS
ALLEN COUNTY 4-H YOUTH HORSE SHOW                                        1. Pee Wee Barrels - 9 and under
   Sunday, August 19, 2012 @ 9:00 AM                                     2. 2-D Youth Barrels $25.00 added
                                                                                        Sponsored by
                                                                         3. Open Flags $25.00 added
                 Allen County Horse Council & The Fairgrounds                           Sponsored by
                       not responsible for loss or injury                4. Warm-Up Barrels
                       Allen County 4-H Members Only                     5. Pee Wee Poles - 9 and under
                               NO REFUNDS                                6. Youth Poles
                                                                         7. Open 2-D Poles $100.00 added
 Entry Fee: $2.00                                Trophy & Ribbons Only                  Sponsored by
 4-H Rules Apply                                   No Dogs on Grounds    8. Open 3-D Barrels $300.00 added
 CLASS                                                                   9 . Open Ball Race $25.00 added Sponsored by
 1. Poles (9-13)                                                         10. Open Dash for Cash - $25.00 added
 2. Poles (14-18)                                                                        Sponsored by
 3. Barrels (9-13)
 4. Barrels (14-18)                                                           For more information call D.K. Buettner @419-204-4246
 5. Flags (9-13)                                                                    Rain or Shine in the Schmidthorst Pavilion
 6. Flags (14-19)
 7. Thread the Needle (9-13)
 8. Thread the Needle (14-18)
 9. Kegs (9-13)
                                                                                                                         ENTRY FEES
 10. Kegs (14-18)                                                            EXHIBITION - :00 PM                  CLASSES 1,2,,4,,6,9,10, $.00
 11. Youth Showmanship (9-13)                                                Sign Up At Entry Booth                CLASS  - $10.00
 12. Youth Showmanship (14-18)                                               SHOW STARTS -  PM                    CLASS 8 - $1.00
10 - Open Class Premium Book


                              DRAFT HORSES                                                                    BEEF

Department Director -                    Brad Hoy, 419-303-2530        Department Director -                  Clyde Ditto, 19-339-251
Superintendents    D.K.Buettner,419-204-4246;MaryWeis,419-641-2003     Superintendents                           Dan Sneary, 419-648-821
                                                                                                                 Deb Schroeder, 419-221-
BOX STALLS                       $10.00 per day; $20.00 if we clean                                               David Mayer, 419-642-4891
                                                                                                                    Tim Knott, 419-8-2482
          OPEN MULE AND DONKEY SHOW
            Fair Admission Required $7.00                                       DEPARTMENT - PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP

Judging                                       Sat., August 18 @ 9 AM   Sign Up in Beef Barn
                                              Schmidthorst Pavilion    JUDGING                                    Mon., Aug. 20, 1:00 PM
ENTRY FEES                                                     $5.00                               following Junior Fair Beef Showmanship
PAYBACK                                                          70%                                                           Show Arena
CLASS
1. Mule Halter, under 52”                                              DIVISION - 00220 - PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP
2. Mule Halter, over 52”                    *ALL JACKS MUST BE         CLASS
3. Model Mule, Grand & Reserve             SHOWN BY EXHIBITOR          1..   Pee Wee Showmanship Exhibitor must be under 9 years of age
                                             OVER 18 YRS. OLD                (Sign up for this will be on bulletin board in beef barn)
     (1st & 2nd from each class)
                                               AND SHOWN
4. Donkey Halter Yearling                       WITH A BIT
5. *Donkey Halter Jack, under 36”
6. Donkey Halter Gelding, under 36”                                              DEPARTMENT - KEWPEE CLASSIC
7. Donkey Halter Jenny, under 36”                                                Open Prospect Steer & Heifer Show
8. Donkey Halter Gelding, 36 & over
9. Donkey Halter Jenny, 36 & over                                                    Allen County Fairgrounds - Lima Ohio
10. Model Donkey, Grand & Reserve (1st & 2nd from each class)                             during the Allen County Fair
11. Color Class, (No Solid Color) $25.00 added                         Sponsored by Kewpee Hamburgers & Allen County Cattleman’s Assn.
    Sponsored by Montgomery Farms
12. Color Class, (Solid Color) $25.00 added                            ENTRY FEE                                           $20.00 due at Weigh-in
     Sponsored by Wes Buettner Fencing                                 EXHIBITS DUE                                   Fri., Aug. 24,  PM - 9 PM
13. Youth Showmanship 18 & under                                                                                       Sat., Aug. 2 after  AM
BREAK                                                                  ENTRY & WEIGH-IN                        Sat., Aug. 2, 10 AM - 12 Noon
14. Youth Horsemanship 18 & under $25.00 added                         JUDGING                            Sat. Aug. 2, 1:0 PM - Show Arena
    Sponsored by Wright & Sons Tack                                    JUDGE                                                                TBA
15. Donkey Pleasure, W/T, $25.00 added
    Sponsored by Cherry Hill Sharpening                                Enter Gate 5 St. Rt. 117 - Gates Open at 7 AM
16. Donkey Pleasure W/T/C                                              Fair Entry of $6.00 required for all persons age 9 and over.
17. Mule Pleasure, W/T, $25.00 added Sponsored by Benroth Shell        Shuttle will be provided from barn to trailer parking area.
18. Mule Pleasure, W/T/C
19. Pleasure Driving Mini $25.00 added Sponsored by Amy L.                                             RULES
Joseph Auctioneer, Lima, OH                                            A..   Entry fee of $20.00 per head. Entries will be accepted until
20. Pleasure Driving, Donkey                                                 12 Noon Sat, August 25. Early entry by August 1st would be
21. Pleasure, Driving, Mule                  1st Place     5 Pts.            preferred.
22. Egg & Spoon, Drive (Driver Carriers)     2nd Place     4 Pts.      B.    Prospect Steers and Heifers will be shown by weight.
23. Egg & Spoon, Ride                        3rd Place     3 Pts.      C.    Calves must be born after January 1, 2012
24. Egg & Spoon Youth 18 & under             4th Place     2 Pts.      D.    Exhibitors must meet with Superintendents immediately
25. Clover Leaf, Mules                       5th Place     1 Pts.            upon arrival for stall assignments, entry card registration, and
26. Clover Leaf, Drive W/T or Canter                                         instructions for weigh-in and classification.
27. Cones Drive                                                        E.    All cattle must be unloaded. No showing out of trailers.
28. Cones Ride                                 HI-POINT AWARDS
                                                                       F.    Stall space provided, must furnish own bedding. Mulch bedding
                                                FOR 3 DIVISIONS
29. Poles, Open                                                              available for purchase.
                                             MINI - DONKEY - MULE
30. Trail Ride                                      1 EQUINE,          G.    Fans: Maximum of one (1) fan per calf.
31. Trail In Hand                                 1 EXHIBITOR          H.    Class size will be approximately 10 head per class but may be
32. Coon Jump, Minis $25.00 added            COMBINATION POINTS              adjusted at the discretion of the Superintendents.
      Sponsored by Seeling Motor Sports         FOLLOW EQUINE          I.    Fitting: See general rules for all exhibits ie: Fraud, deception
33. Coon Jump, Donkey $25.00 added                                           and/or misrepresentation of any kind are unacceptable practice
     Sponsored by Sugar Street Bar & Grill, Lima, OH                         for any exhibitor at the Allen County Fair.
34. Coon Jump, Mules $25.00 added
     Sponsored by Rowe Nutrition, LLC                                  Prospect Steer
                                                                       1st Place $400 - 2nd Place $200 - 3rd Place $150 - 4th Place $100
Over $200 added money- 9 classes have added money. Points will         - 5th Place $50
be accumulated in every class throughout the day for each division,
awards will be given out at the end of the show.                       Prospect Heifer
For more information contact DK Buettner @ 419-201-4246; Jill          1st Place $400 - 2nd Place $200 - 3rd Place $150 - 4th Place $100
Renner @ 419-235-3221 or Rick/Sue Mawhorr @ 419-647-4810               - 5th Place $50
                                                                                          Open Class Premium Book - 11

            KEWPEE CLASSIC ENTRY FORM                                                  DEPARTMENT - WEST CENTRAL OHIO
                                                                                          ANGUS ASSOCIATION SHOW
                                                                             ENTRY FEE             (per exhibit) payable to Show Superintendent
NAME:                                                                                               $5.00 & Photocopies of Registration papers

ADDRESS:                                                                     EXHIBITS DUE                                             Fri., Aug. 24
                                                                             RELEASE TIME                             Immediately following show
CITY:                  STATE                 ZIP:                            JUDGING                                           Sat. Aug. 25, 6 PM
                                                                                                                                      Show Arena
PHONE NUMBER:                                                                ANNUAL MEETING & PICNIC                           Sat. Aug. 25, 1 PM
                                                                             SHOW SUPERINTENDENT                        Jay Clutter, 419-657-6804
EMAIL ADDRESS:
                                                                                                            RULES
NUMBER OF ANIMALS:                      ENTRY FEE $20.00 EA:                 Members of the West Central Ohio Angus Association please send
                                                                             Entries to Jay Clutter, 12667 Buckland-Holden Rd., Wapakoneta, OH
JUDGING:                                            Sat., Aug. 2, 1:0 PM   45895. CLASSES will be determined after Entry Deadline.
SUBMIT ENTRY TO:                                Allen County Fairgrounds
                                       20 Harding Hwy. Lima OH 4804

                                                                                                              DAIRY CATTLE
 Steer Heifer                  Class                    Weight Back Tag #
                                                                             Department Director -                  Bob Phillips, 419-221-2211
                                                                             Superintendents -                      Karin Phillips, 419-221-2211
                                                                                                         Robert L. & Jodie Phillips, 419-222-4329
                                                                                                                       Jay Steinke, 419-221-3500

                                                                             ENTRY DEADLINE                                                  Aug. 1
                                                                             ENTRY FEE (Classes 1-17)                                          $3.00
                                                                             (Classes 23-28)                                                   $1.00
                                                                             EXHIBITS DUE                                 Fri., Aug. 17, 2 PM - 9 PM
                                                                             RELEASE TIME                               Thursday, Aug. 23 @ 4 PM



                                                                                       DEPARTMENT - BREEDING STOCK

                                                                             JUDGING                                      Wed., Aug. 22, 6:30 PM
                                                                                                                                     Show Arena

                                                                                                             RULES
                                                                             A.   All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
                                                                             B.   SEE INSPECTION AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS RULE 901:1-
                                                                                  18-06
                                                                             C.   Exhibitor MUST own animal 30 days prior to closing of
                                                                                  entries.
                                                                             D.   All exhibitors will be REQUIRED to furnish their own bedding.
                                                                             E.   Cows over 3 years old in various classes, must have borne a calf
“The Allen County Fairboard and Allen County Agricultural Society                 previous to the exhibit.
assume no responsibility for livestock and/or articles exhibited,            F.   No unworthy exhibit shall receive a premium.
entered, and /or shown upon the Allen County Fairgrounds.                    G.   Only persons actually showing cattle and fair officials will be
Exhibitor/Entrant specifically acknowledges his/her or its awareness              allowed in the show ring when judging is being done.
that livestock and exhibition articles are placed upon and maintained        H.   No exhibitor can make more than one entry in DAM &
upon the Allen County Fairgrounds by them at their sole risk. Further,            DAUGHTER, PRODUCE OF DAM, GET OF SIRE, AND BEST
entrant/exhibitor agrees to hold the Allen County Agricultural Society            THREE FEMALES.
and the Allen County Fairboard harmless from any and all claims to           I.   “Produce of Dam” shall consist of two animals, any age, either
or resulting from their respective livestock and/or exhibits from any             of both sexes.
cause whatsoever. The aforesaid indemnification shall include injuries       J.   “Junior Get of Sire” shall consist of three animals, either sex,
to the person or property of third parties resulting from the aforesaid           under 2 years old.
livestock and/or exhibition articles. The Allen County Fairboard             K.   “Get of Sire” in various classes, shall consist of three animals,
assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the Allen County             either sex represented, any age.
Fair Exhibitors booklet.”                                                    L.   “Best of 3 Females” BRED AND OWNED BY EXHIBITOR.
                                                                             M.   All cows milked in the milking parlor will be sampled and tested
                                                                                  for the antibodies in the milk.
                                                                             N.   ANY SAMPLE TESTING SUSPICIOUS WILL RESULT IN THE
Exhibitor Signature:                                                              EXHIBITOR BEING FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL MILK
                                                                                  CONTAMINATED.
12 - Open Class Premium Book
O.    Date for computing age and ownership of all entries will be as
      follows:
(Born Before)
                                                                                  DEPARTMENT - GUERNSEY SHOW
Sept. 1, 2007                                            Aged Cow                        DISTRICT FOUR
Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2008                             4 year old
Sept. 1, 2008 - Aug. 31, 2009                             3 year old
                                                                         ENTRY DEADLINE                                                   Aug. 1
Sept. 1, 2009 - Feb. 28, 2010                        Sr. 2 year old
                                                                         EXHIBITS DUE                            Friday., Aug. 24, 12 Noon - 4 PM
Mar. 1, 2010 - Aug. 31, 2010                          Jr. 2 year old
                                                                         RELEASE TIME                               Immediately Following Show
Sept. 1, 2010 - Nov. 30, 2010                           Sr. Yearling
                                                                         JUDGING                               Sat., Aug. 25, 9:30 AM, Show Arena
Dec. 1, 2010 - Feb. 28, 2011                       Winter Yearling
                                                                         JUDGE:
Mar. 1, 2011 - May 31, 2011                             Jr. Yearling
June 1, 2011 - Aug. 31, 2011                      Summer Yearling
                                                                                                          RULES
Sept. 1, 2011 - Nov. 30, 2011                                Sr. Calf
                                                                         A.    All cattle must be registered.
Dec. 1, 2011 - Feb. 28, 2012                              Inter. Calf
                                                                         B.    All cattle must comply with INSPECTION AND HEALTH
Mar. 1, 2012 - April 30, 2012                                Jr. Calf
                                                                               REQUIREMENTS RULES.
DIVISION                                                                 C.    There is no entry fee or stall rent.
00310 - AYRSHIRE                                                         D.    Contact Brad/Sharon Goodman for more information at
00311 - BROWN SWISS                                                            419-228-5411.
00312 - GUERNSEY
00313 - HOLSTEIN                               PREMIUMS                  DIVISION - 00325 CLASS 1 - GUERNSEY SHOW
00314 - JERSEY                             CLASSES 1-3; 23-2            CLASS
00315 - SHORTHORNS                  1st Place                  $1.00    1.    Junior Heifer Calf (born Mar. 1, 2012 and over 4 months of age)
                                    2nd Place                   $8.00    2.    Intermediate Heifer Calf (born Dec. 1, 2011 - Feb. 28, 2012)
                                    rd Place                   $4.00    3.    Senior Heifer Calf (born Sept. 1, 2011 - Nov. 30, 2011)
CLASS                                         CLASSES 5-13               4.    Summer Yearling Heifer (born June 1, 2011 through Aug. 31. 2011)
1. Bull, junior or senior calf      10 or more   $20/$1/$12/$9/$/$    5.    Junior Yearling Heifer (born Mar. 1, 2011 - May 31, 2011)
2. Bull, junior yearling            6-9             $20/$1/$12/$9/$    6.    Winter Yearling Heifer (born Dec. 1, 2011 - Feb.28, 2012)
3. Bull, senior yearling             or less             $20/$1/$12    7.    Senior Yearling Heifer (born Sept. 1, 2010 - Nov. 30, 2010)
Champion Bull, Junior Rosette                                            Junior Champion                                               Rosette
5. Heifer, junior calf                         CLASSES 1-17             Reserve Junior Champion                                       Rosette
6. Heifer, intermediate calf         10 or more       $2/$18/$14/$10/   10. Junior Herd (4 females, not more than 2 years old)
7. Heifer, senior calf                                        $/$/$   11. Junior 2 year old Cow (born Mar. 1, 2010 through Aug. 31, 2010)
8. Heifer, summer yearling           6-9             2/$18/$14/$10/$   12. Senior 2 year old Cow (born Sept. 1, 2008 through Aug. 31, 2009)
9. Heifer, junior yearling            or less             $2/$18/$14   13. 3 year old Cow (born Sept. 1, 2008 through Aug. 31, 2010)
10. Heifer, winter yearling                                              14. 4 year old Cow (born Sept. 1, 2007 through August 31, 2010)
11. Heifer, senior yearling                                              15. Aged Cow, 5 years old & over (born before Sept 1, 2008
12. Heifer, junior 2 year old                                            16. Dry Cow, (cow previously in milk, but not in current production)
13. Heifer, senior 2 year old                                            Senior Champion                                               Rosette
14. Cow, 3 years & under 4 years                                         Reserve Senior Champion                                       Rosette
15. Cow, 4 years & under 5 years                                         Grand Champion                                                Rosette
16. Cow, 5 years and over                                                Reserve Grand Champion                                        Rosette
17. Dry Cow                                                              21. Best Uddered Cow in Milk (any age
Champion Female, Senior                                       Rosette    22. Produce of Dam (2 females out of same dam)
Champion Female, Junior                                       Rosette    23. Get of Sire (3 females out of same dam)
Grand Champion                                                Rosette    24. Best 3 females bred by exhibitor (all bred and owned by exhibitor)
Reserve Champion                                              Rosette    25. Exhibitor’s Herd (5 females owned by exhibitor, two cows, two
Supreme Champion Dairy Cow (one overall)                                       unfresh heifers/calves, one, any age)
23. Dam & Daughter                                                       26. Dam and Daughter
24. Produce of Dam
25. Get of Sire, any age
26. Junior Get of Sire (three animals, either sex)
27. Best 3 Females
28. Best Udder (must be in milk)
                                                                                                                    SHEEP
 DIVISION 320 - DAIRY PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                          Department Director -                 Wayne Williams , 419-642-6
                                                                          Superintendent     Kyle Miller 419-303-7592, Jim Long, 419-634-1260,
REGISTRATION DUE                                Mon., Aug. 20, 7 PM       Announcer                                                Jack Miller
                                              Sign Up in Dairy Barn
JUDGING                                      Wed., Aug. 22, 6:30 PM       ENTRY DEADLINE                                              * Aug. 1
                                                       Show Arena                                *Entries close when pens have been filled
                                                                          ENTRY FEE (Except Showmanship)         $2.00perclass/$5.00 per pen
                               RULES                                      (Division FLEECE SHOW)                            $1.00 per fleece
A.    Exhibitor must be ages 6 till 4-H age inclusive.                    EXHIBITS DUE                               Fri., Aug. 17, 2 PM - 9 PM
B.    Exhibitor must be a member of a dairy family.                       RELEASE TIME                        Immediately Following Show
C.    Only dairy breeding animals that have been entered in a Junior
      Fair Class or Open Class and not older than senior yearling are
      eligible for Pee Wee Showmanship.
                                                                                              Open Class Premium Book - 1
                                                                                                                                           PREMIUMS
            DEPARTMENT- BREEDING CLASSES                                       DIVISION - 00419 - FLEECE SHOW                         1ar Place    $.00
                                                                                                                                      2nd Place   $2.00
                                                                                                                RULES                 rd Place   $1.00
 JUDGING                                              Wed., Aug. 22, 9 AM
                                                                               A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to entry.
                                                      Sheep Show Arena
                                  RULES                                        B.    All wool exhibited must be shorn within the year shown.
A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to              C.    Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries in each class.
      enter.                                                                   D.    All fleeces for exhibit must be placed in plastic bag.
B.    Entries close when pens have been filled.                                E.    An exhibit will be judged from the standpoint of market
C.    No pens reserved until fees are paid.                                          requirements.
D.    Whenever capacity of this division is exhausted, entries will be         F.    An entry fee of $1.00 per fleece will be charged at the time
      closed.                                                                        entry is made.
E.    SEE INSPECTION AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS RULES.                            G.    Fleeces must be in place by 9:00 p.m. Friday, August 17.
F.    Entries are limited to three in the individual classes and one in        CLASS
      the groups.                                                              1. Cheviot                               9. Oxford
G.    All sheep must be registered and carry association ear tags.             2. Columbia                              10. Rambouillet
H.    Only 2 premiums to one exhibitor per class.                              3. Corridale                             11. Shropshire
I.    Exhibitors Young Flock consists of one ram (lamb or yearling),           4. Dorset                                12. Southdown
      two yearling ewes and two ewe lambs.                                     5. Hampshire                             13. Suffolk
J.    No animal will be shown in more than one breed. Any animal in            6. Horned Dorset                         14. Crossbred/Wether-Type
      violation will be disqualified from the show.                            7. Merino                                15. All Other Purebreeds
K.    Only persons actually showing sheep and fair officials will be           8. Montadale
      allowed in the show ring when judging is being done.
L.    All sheep must be in show condition. Department Superintendent’s                 DEPARTMENT - GUYS & GALS LEAD
      decision is final on this matter.
M.    Lambs entered in breeding classes are not eligible to show in            ENTRY DEADLINE                                    Mon., Aug. 13, 5 PM
      market class.                                                            JUDGING                                     Sun.Aug.19,6PM, ShowArena
O.    All exhibitors are required to furnish their own bedding.                                                    RULES
P.    If two exhibitors have a breed that is not listed, a class for that      A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to entry.
      breed will be made and regular premiums paid.                            B.    The purpose of this competition is to present sheep in an
Q.    If there are no entries in any breed for two consecutive years, the            attractive manner and to promote the use of wool. The animal
      breed will be unlisted for the following annual competition.                   may be a market animal, ewe lamb, or yearling ewe, and must
                                                                                     be led by a halter. The entrant may show his/her own sheep or
DIVISION                                                                             lead an animal belonging to another exhibitor.
00401 - CHEVIOT                                                                C.    The entrant will be judged on his/her outfit and appearance, which
00402 - COLUMBIA                                                                     must be appropriate, attractive and lend distinction to the class.
00403 - CORRIDALE                                                              D.    Outfits must be at least 70% wool. The garments may be
00404 - CROSSBRED/WETHER-TYPE                                                        either handmade or purchased. Entrants are discouraged from
00405 - DORSET                                                                       repeating outfits from previous years.
00406 - HAMPSHIRE                                                              E.    Decoration of the animal (or lack of it) has no affect on the
00407 - HORNED DORSET                                                                points given in any class, except the Costume Class. The overall
00408 - MERINO                                                                       presentation and appearance of the animal is what counts. No
00409 - MONTADALE                                                                    entry fee. Class open to all. Decisions of the judges are final.
00410 - OXFORD                                                                 F.    For more information call Andrea Schwartz, 419-204-9748. Submit
00411 - POLLY PAYS                                                                   entry or resume of yourself and a description of the garment you
00412 - RAMBOUILLET                                                                  will wear (this will be read as submitted) to either Andrea Schwartz,
00413 - SHROPSHIRE                                   PREMIUMS                        03589 Ioof Rd., Spencerville, Ohio 45887, or the Administration
00414 - SOUTHDOWN                                   CLASSES 1-10                     Building on the Fairgrounds. Entry forms are available on-line at
00415 - SUFFOLK                          11 or more            $14/$12/$10
                                                      $8/$6/$/$4/$/$2/$1           www.allencofair.com or at the Administration Building.
00416 - ALL OTHER PUREBREEDS             10 or less           $14/$12/$10/     G.    Descriptions and resumes must be submitted at the time of
                                                          $8/$6/$/$4/$/$2
CLASS                                    9 or less            $14/$12/$10/
                                                                                     entry in order for entry to be valid.
1. Ram Yearling                                             $8/$6/$/$4/$     H.     Contestants must check in and receive their number for the
2. Ram Lamb                              8 or less             $14/$12/$10/           order of show by 5:45 p.m. or will be considered scratched.
                                                                 $8/$6/$/$4
3. Pen of 2 Ram Lambs                     or less             $12/$10/$8/            Check-in will be in the show arena.
4. Ewe Yearling                                                   $6/$/$4     I.    Classes may be adjusted, if necessary, to equalize the number
                                         6 or less          $12/$10/$8/$6/$
5. Pen of 2 Yearling Ewes                 or less             $12/$10/$8/$6
                                                                                     of participants in each class.
6. Ewe Lamb
7. Pen of 2 Ewe Lambs                                                                                 JUDGING STANDARDS
8. Young Flock (Ram Lamb - 2 Ewe Lambs)                                                                                              POSSIBLE POINTS
9. Pen of 4 Lambs                                                              Entrants Poise and Appearance                                      40
10. Exhibitors Flock                                                           Garment Appearance & Originality                                   40
                                                                               Entrants Handling of the Animal                                     5
DIVISION - 00417 - CLASS I - MARKET LAMBS                                      Appearance & Control of the Animal                                 15
                                 RULES                                         TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                                                 100
A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to entry.
B.    Lambs will be shown by weight, if the number of entries                  DIVISION - 00420 - GUYS AND GALS LEAD
      necessitate more than one class.                                         CLASS                                                  PREMIUMS
C.    Only 2 premiums to one exhibitor per class.                              1. Pee Wee (8 years old and under)                  1st Place   $20.00
D.    PREMIUMS WILL RUN THE SAME AS BREEDING CLASSES.                          2. Juniors (9-13 years old)                         2nd Place   $15.00
                                                                               3. Intermediate (14-18 years old)                   3rd Place   $10.00
DIVISION - 00418 - SHOWMANSHIP (Follows Open Show)                             4. Seniors (19 years old and over)                  4th Place   $ 5.00
CLASS                                                                          5. Costume (any age)
1.    Open Showmanship
1 - Open Class Premium Book

         ENTRY FORM FOR GUYS & GALS
                 LEAD CLASS                                                     DEPARTMENT - BREEDING CLASSES

NAME:
ADDRESS:                                                                JUDGING                        Sat., Aug. 25, Following Showmanship
CITY:            STATE                      ZIP:                                                                             Sheep Show Arena
PHONE NUMBER:                                                                                           RULES
GRADE IN SCHOOL:                                                        A.   All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
AGE AS OF SHOW DATE:                CLASS ENTERED:                      B.   This show is sanctioned by the American Dairy Goat Association
PARENTS’ NAMES:                                                              and their rules shall govern. ONLY American Dairy Goat
                                                                             Association, American Goat Society and Canadian Goat Society
ENTRY DEADLINE:                                 Mon, Aug. 13, 5 PM           registered, recorded or applied-for animals may be shown in an
JUDGING:                                        Sun., Aug. 19, 6 PM          official American Dairy Goat Association Show.
SUBMIT ENTRY TO:                                                        C.   Junior and Senior Goat Shows sanctioned separately. DOUBLE
                    Allen County Fairgrounds, Administration Bldg.           SANCTIONED PAYBACK SHOW
                               2750 Harding Hwy. Lima OH 45804          D.   This show is for the following breeds: ALPINE, LAMANCHA,
                                                                             NUBIAN, OBERHASLI, SANNEN, TOGGENBURG, and
CHECK IN TIME: NO LATER than 5:45 PM at Show Arena.                          RECORDED GRADE.
                                                                        E.   Each exhibitor may enter more than 2 per class, but only 2
RESUME must be 200 words or less. Must include the Following:                premiums per class will be paid to any one exhibitor.
    1.    Name and address                                              F.   Base date is August 25, 2012, the date the animal is to be
    2.    Sheep related activities ONLY                                      judged.
          (4-H, FFA, Lead Class, etc.)                                  G.   The original registration certificate or duplicate application
    3.    Description of your outfit and sheep being led.                    stamped by the ADGA office is required for all animals six
Resume will be read as written. Type or print legibly. Do not exceed         months or older and this MUST be shown to the show secretary
the 200 word limit. You may use the blank side of this page for your         before the start of the show.
resume, make a copy of this page, or attach an extra page to the        H.   A registration or recordation certificate may be required for
entry form. RESUME AND DESCRIPTION must be turned in at time                 animals of any age if the show so chooses.
of entry to be valid.                                                   I.   Copies of the registration certificate or the stamped application,
                                                                             telegrams or phone calls will not be accepted in lieu of the
                                                                             original certificate.
                                                                        J.   Health papers and visual check by the barn superintendent
                                                                             before unloading will be strictly enforced. No horned goats will
                                     DAIRY GOATS                             be allowed.
                                                                        K.   SEE INSPECTION AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS


Department Director -               Joe Swaney, 419-303-8321
Superintendent                      Nancy Oatman, 419-641-6031:
                                     Onalee Shepler, 419-234-6110                                                        PREMIUMS
                                                                                                              Classes 1-4
Ass’t. Superintendent               Dave Holtzhauer, 419-647-6073
                                                                                                                            $8/$6/$5/$4/$3/$2
Ring Steward                                       Nancy Oatman         DIVISION                              Classes 5-8
Show Secretaries                                      Neita Border      00520 - ALPINE                                     $10/$8/$7/$6/$5/$3
                                                                        00521 - RECORDED GRADE                Class 9
ENTRY DEADLINE                                               Aug. 1     00522 - LAMANCHA                      1st Place          $10 & Rosette
EXHIBIT DEADLINE                         Fri., Aug. 24, 12 Midnight     00523 - NUBIAN                        2nd Place           $8 & Ribbon
ENTRY FEE (Classes 1-9)                $2.00 per class /$5.00 per pen                                         3rd Place           $6 & Ribbon
                                                                        00524 - OBERHASLI
                                                                                                              Class 10          $14/$11/$8/$5
RELEASE TIME                              Immediately after show        00525 - SAANEN                        Class 11-14        $12/$8/$5/$3
                                     Open Class Show animals only       00526 - TOGGENBURG                           Grand Champion of
                                                                        00527 - ALL OTHER PUREBREED             the Day Will Resceive Trophy
               DEPARTMENT - SHOWMANSHIP
JUDGING                                         Sat., Aug. 25, 9 AM     CLASS
                                                 Sheep Show Arena       1.   Jr. Kid - (4/1/2012 to date)
ENTRY                                                Sign up in Barn    2.   Intermediate Kid - (3/1/12 to 3/31/2012)
                                                                        3.   Sr. Kid - (1/1/2012 to 2/28/2012)
DIVISION - 00510 - CLASS 1 - PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP                        4.   Sr. Yearling - (1/1/11 to 6/30/11), (not in milk)
A.    Entrants must be 8 years and under and not in 4-H.                5.   Milking Doe - under 2 years
B.    Rosette and Ribbons will be given in lieu of premiums.            6.   Milking Doe - 2 years and under 3 years
                                                                        7.   Milking Doe - 3 years and under 5 years
DIVISION - 00510 - CLASS 2 - JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP                         8.   Milking Doe - 5 years and older
A.    Entrants must be ages 9-15.                                       9.   Champion Challenge
B.    Must not be entered in Adult Classes.                             10. Get of Sire - 3 Does - same sire
                                                                        11. Produce of Dam - 2 daughters of same dam
DIVISION - 00510 - CLASS 3 - ADULT SHOWMANSHIP                          12. Mother & Daughter
A.    Entrants must be 16 and over.                                     13. Herd - 4 Does,must be owned by exhibitor(Breeders Choice)
                                                                        14. Best Udder
                                                                                             Open Class Premium Book - 1

                                                                               DIVISION - 00620 - CLASS 5 CHAMP OF CHAMP SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                               JUDGING                    Thur., Aug. 23, following Class 4 above
               SWINE                                                           ENTRY DEADLINE                                              Aug. 1
                                                                               ENTRY FEE                                                     $2.00
Department Director -                       Denny Scott, 419-9-1
                                                                                                              RULES
Ass’t. Dept. Director                       Dennis Fricke, 419-9-84
                                                                               A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to
Superintendents                           Tim Amstutz, 419-643-8125
                                                                                     enter.
            Bret Blymyer, 419-339-7800; Dean Bowersock, 419-695-5630;
                                                                               B.    Any person who has previously won a Men’s or Women’s
             Penny Kill, 419-647-6090; Lewis Rutherford, 419-890-3623
                                                                                     Showmanship will be allowed to show for Champion of
                                             Jim Stout, 419-648-5784;
                                                                                     Champions Showmanship. He/she may show any hog on the
                                                                                     grounds as long as the breeder or owner has given his/her
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                   Aug. 1
                                                                                     permission.
EXHIBITS DUE                    Fri., Aug. 17, 7 AM-11 AM or 2 PM - 7 PM
SWINE PENS                                                      4 ft. x 8 ft                                                     PREMIUMS
                                                                                                                                CLASSES 1 - 3
                                                                                                                    1st Place          Trophy & Rosette
                                                                                                                    2nd Place          $10.00 & Rosette
                                                                                                                    3rd Place           $8.00 & Rosette
       DEPARTMENT - SWINE SHOWMANSHIP                                                                               4th Place           $6.00 & Rosette
                                                                                                                    5th Place           $4.00 & Rosette


DIVISION - 00620 - CLASS 1 - BEST DRESSED PIG CONTEST                                 CLIPPING, SHAVING OR TRIMMING OF HOGS OR
JUDGING                          Thur., Aug. 23, 1 PM in Show Arena                           HAIR REMOVAL OF ANY METHOD IS
ENTRY DEADLINE                                               Aug 1                          ENTIRELY PROHIBITED DURING THE FAIR

                                 RULES
A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
B.    Anyone will be permitted to show for the Best Dressed Pig
      Showmanship.                                                                          DEPARTMENT - MARKET HOGS
C.    There will be a limit of 2 persons in the ring at one time.
D.    Exhibitors under 9 years of age must have an adult (18 & over)
      present in the ring.                                                     ENTRY DEADLINE                                                   Aug. 1
E.    Any hog on the grounds may be shown as long as the owner                 ENTRY FEE                                                $2.00 per head
      or breeder has given his/her permission.                                 RELEASE TIME                                              Terminal Show
F.    There must be 5 exhibitors, otherwise it will be canceled.               JUDGING                                       Thur., Aug. 23 following
                                                                                                                      Champ of Champ Showmanship
DIVISION - 00620 - CLASS 2 - WOMEN’S SHOWMANSHIP                                                                                           Show Arena
JUDGING                      Thur., Aug. 23 following Class 1 above                                              RULES
ENTRY DEADLINE                                               Aug. 1            A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
ENTRY FEE                                                     $2.00            B.    Prohibited: “Body shaving or slick clipping of hair except on
                                                                                     ears and tails. Slick clipping or body clipping means: Removing
                                 RULES                                               flexible hair from an animal.” In addition, any discounts received
A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.             from the packer or processor due to length of hair or for any
B.    Any woman 18 years of age or older will be allowed to show                     other reason will be deducted from the exhibitor’s check. If
      for showmanship. Exhibitor may show any hog on the grounds                     check has already been issued, the deductin will be billed to the
      as long as the breeder or owner has given his/her permission.                  exhibitor. Any trimming or clipping of hogs is entirely prohibited
C.    Exhibitor must not have previously won this showmanship                        during the Fair. The use of oils, oil-based products, powders, or
      contest.                                                                       skin enhancing projects on market hogs is entirely prohibited.
                                                                                     Only water may be used.
DIVISION - 00620 - CLASS 3 - MEN’S SHOWMANSHIP                                 C.    SEE INSPECTION AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS RULES.
JUDGING                    Thur., Aug. 23 following Class 2 above              D.    Entries are limited to two per class in Division 00630.
ENTRY DEADLINE                                             Aug. 1              E.    All exhibitors must purchas a membership or season pass to
ENTRY FEE                                                    $2.00                   enter.
                                                                               F.    Only fair officials and one person actually showing swine will be
                                 RULES                                               allowed in show ring while judging is being done.
A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to              G.    All swine must be shown as specified by the Superintendent in
      enter.                                                                         Charge.
B.    Any man 18 years of age or older will be allowed to show for             H.    All exhibitors are required to furnish their own bedding.
      showmanship. Exhibitor may show any hog on the grounds as long as        I.    Open to both purebreds and crossbred.
      the breeder or owner have given his/her permission.                      J.    All animals must be farrowed on or after February 15, 2012.
C.    Exhibitor must not have previously won this showmanship contest.         K.    Suggested weight is 220-300 lbs.

DIVISION - 00620 - CLASS 4 - PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP                                                                                       PREMIUMS
JUDGING                     Thur., Aug. 23 following Class 3 above             DIVISION - 00630 - BARROW &                1st Place               $20.00
                                                                                                                          2nd Place               $18.00
ENTRY DEADLINE                                              Aug. 1             MARKET GILT SHOW
                                                                                                                          3rd Place               $16.00
                                                                               CLASS                                      4th Place               $14.00
                              RULES                                            1.    Barrow                               5th Place               $12.00
A.    Must be Age 5, 6, 7 or 8 by the day of the show.                         2.    Market Gilt                          6th Place               $10.00
                                                                                                                          7th Place                $8.00
B.    Must have adult with exhibitor.                                                                                     8th Place                $6.00
C.    Exhibitor may show any hog on the grounds as long as the                                                            9th Place                $4.00
      breeder or owner have given his/her permission.                                                                     10th Place               $2.00
1 - Open Class Premium Book

                                                                                           DEPARTMENT - LARGE FOWL
                                     POULTRY
                                                                                      Cock (C) - Cockerel (K) - Hen (H) - Pullet (P)

                                                                          DIVISION - 00710 - AMERICAN
                                                                          CLASS (Include age definition)
                                                                          10. Barred Plymouth Rock
Department Director -                  Tom Koenig, 419-647-4751           11. White Plymouth Rock
Superintendents                      Kreg Rex,419-648-3754                12. All Other Varieties Plymouth Rock
            Joanne Rex, 419-648-3754; Troy Strayer, 419-236-8775          13. Black Wyandotte
         Bob Whitaker, 419643-0013; Russ Cronkle , 419-648-2433           14. White Wyandotte
                                                                          15. All Other Varieties Wyandotte
ENTRY DEADLINE                                               Aug. 1       16. Single Comb Rhode Island Red
EXHIBIT DEADLINE                        Fri., Aug. 17, 10 AM - 7:30 PM    17. Rose Comb Rhode Island Red
ENTRY FEE                                                $1.00 per Bird   18. New Hampshire
RELEASE TIME                                 Sun., Aug. 26, 1 AM Or       19. All Varieties Jersey Giant
                     1/2 hour after midway closes on Sat., Aug. 25        20. Buckeye
JUDGING                                       Sun., Aug. 19, after Jr.    21. All Other Varieties American
                                         Fair Show @ Poultry Barn
                                                                          DIVISION - 00711 - ASIATIC
                                                                          CLASS (Include age definition)
                                 RULES                                    10. All Varieties Brahma
A.   All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.   11. All Varieties Cochin
B.   The American Standard of Perfection will be the guide for the        12. Black Langshan
     judge in awarding premiums.                                          13. All Other Varieties Asiatic
C.   The Allen County Fair is a sanctioned member of the American
     Poultry Association and the American Bantam Association.             DIVISION - 00712 - MEDITERRANEAN
     This Fair will host a Special Meet of both organizations with all    CLASS (Include age definition)
     applicable rules and awards in effect.                               10. Single Comb White Leghorn
D.   All birds must be banded.                                            11. All Other Varieties Leghorn
E.   Each Exhibitor will be responsible to furnish bedding, a balanced    12. Blue Andalusian
     ration, care and feeding of all birds entered and/or exhibited       13. All Varieties Minorca
     during the fair.                                                     14. All Other Varieties Mediterranean
F.   Previous exhibitors and county residents will be given first
     priority.                                                            DIVISION - 00713 - ENGLISH
G.   There will be a limit of 50 birds per exhibitor                      CLASS (Include age definition)
H.   The Superintendents reserve the right to accept or reject all        10. Buff Orpington
     or part of any entry. No bare back, lousy or sick birds will be      11. All Other Varieties Orpington
     accepted.                                                            12. Dark Cornish
I.   All entries will be classified.                                      13. All Other Varieties Cornish
J.   All Poultry must have health papers, blood tests and papers          14. Speckled Sussex
     before unloading.                                                    15. Australorp
K.   SEE INSPECTION AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS RULES.                        16. All Other Varieties English
L.   Each poultry exhibitor must show proof of one of the following
     (does not include waterfowl):                                        DIVISION - 00714 - CONTINENTAL
          A. Poultry exhibited were obtained from a hatchery of origin    CLASS (Include age definition)
     which is a participant in the National Poultry Improvement Plans     10. Silver Splangled Hamburgs
     for the eradication of disease (all commercial Ohio hatcheries       11. Golden Campines
     meet this requirement); OR                                           12. White Crested Black Polish
          B. Poultry are from a flock which has had a negative test for   13. Buff Laced Polish
     Pullorum disease within 12 months; OR                                14. All Other Varieties Polish
          C. Poultry have had negative test for Pullorum disease within
     90 days.                                                             DIVISION - 00715 - ALL OTHER STANDARD BREEDS (AOSB)
          D. Regardless, all birds must have proof of negative            CLASS (Include age definition)
     Pullorum.                                                            10. Standard Moderns
                                                                          11. Standard Old English
                                                                          12. Ameraucanas
AGE DEFINITION (Enter with Class Number)                                  13. Araucanas
   Cock (C)                                      a male bird
                                      more than one year old
   Cockerel (K)                              a male bird less
                                           than one year old                                                            PREMIUMS
   Hen (H)                               a female bird more                                                     Poultry Division, Each Class
                                           than one year old                                                  1st Place                 $4.00
  Pullet (P)                               a female bird less                                                 2nd Place                 $2.00
                                           than one year old                                                  rd Place                 $1.00
                                                                          Open Class Premium Book - 1

                                                            DIVISION - 00725 - ALL OTHER COMBS CLEAN LEGGED BANTAM (AOCCL)
             DEPARTMENT- BANTAM
                                                            CLASS (Include age definition)
                                                            10. Buckeye
                                                            11. White Crested Black Polish
                                                            12. Golden Polish
          Cock (C) - Cockerel (K) - Hen (H) - Pullet (P)    13. All Other Varieties Polish
                                                            14. All Varieties Cornish
DIVISION - 00720 - OLD ENGLISH BANTAM                       15. All Other Varieties AOCCL
CLASS (Include age definition)
10. BB Red Old English
11. Black Old English
12. Blue Old English
13. Wheaton Old English                                                   DEPARTMENT - WATERFOWL
14. Silver Duckwing Old English
15. All Other Varieties Old English

DIVISION - 00721 - MODERN GAME BANTAM                       DIVISION - 00730 - DUCKS
CLASS (Include age definition)                              CLASS (Include age definition)
10. Birchen Modern Game                                     10. All Varieties Muscovy
11. Brown Red Modern Game                                   11. White Pekin
12. BB Red Modern Game                                      12. Rouen                                      PREMIUMS
13. Silver Duckwing Modern Game                             13. Buff                               Poultry Division, Each Class
14. Red Pyle Modern Game                                    14. Cayuga                            1st Place               $4.00
15. All Other Varieties Modern Game                         15. Khaki Campbell                    2nd Place               $2.00
                                                            16. All Varieties Runner              3rd Place               $1.00
DIVISION - 00722 - SINGLE COMB CLEAN LEGGED BANTAM (SCCL)   17. Mallard
CLASS (Include age definition)                              18. Black East Indie
10. Barred Plymouth Rock                                    19. Gray Call
11. White Plymouth Rock                                     20. Snowy Call
12. All Other Varieties Plymouth Rock                       21. White Call
13. Single Comb White Leghorn                               22. All Other Varieties Calll
14. New Hampshire                                           23. All Other Varieties Duck
15. Single Comb Rhode Island Red
16. Black Japanese                                                          Old Gander(oga)/Old Goose(ogo)/
17. Black Tailed White Japanese                                           Young Gander(yga)/Young Goose(ygo)
18. All Other Varieties Japanese
19. All Other Varieties SCCL                                DIVISION - 00731 - GEESE
                                                            CLASS (Include age definition)
DIVISION - 00723 - ROSE COMBS CLEAN LEGGED BANTAM (RCCL)    10. All Varieties Toulouse
CLASS (Include age definition)                              11. Embden
10. Golden Sebright                                         12. African
11. Silver Sebright                                         13. Brown Chinese
12. White Wyandotte                                         14. Sebastopol
13. Black Wyandotte                                         15. Pilgrim
14. Partridge Wyandotte                                     16. American Buff
15. All Other Varieties Wyandotte                           17. All Other Varieties Goose
16. Rose Comb Rhode Island Red
17. Black Rosecomb
18. Black Belgian D’anver
19. All Other Varieties RCCL

DIVISION - 00724 - FEATHER LEGGED BANTAM
CLASS (Include age definition)                                            DEPARTMENT - TURKEYS
10. White Cochin
11. Black Cochin
12. All Other Varieties Cochin
13. Light Brahma
14. Buff Brahma                                                     Old Tom(ot)/Old Hen(oh)/Young Tom(yt)/Young Hen(yh)
15. Mille Fleur d’uccle
16. All Other Varieties D’uccle                             DIVISION - 00740 - TURKEYS
17. White Silkies                                           CLASS (Include age definition)
18. Black Silkies                                           10. Bronze
19. All Other Varieties Silkies                             11. Royal Palm
20. All Other Varieties Feather Legged                      12. Slate
                                                            13. Narragansett
                                                            14. Bourbon Red
                                                            15. All Other Varieties Turkey
1 - Open Class Premium Book
                                                                           2.     Three Classes are provided for all breeds (6 class) having a 9
                                                                                  pound minimum senior ideal weight.
                                   RABBITS                                        *. Seniors: 8 months of age or older (born on or before Dec.
                     Fair Admission Required $7.00                                19, 2011)
                                                                                  * Intermediates: 6 month and under 8 months (born between
                                                                                  Dec. 19, 2011 and Feb. 20, 2012)
Department Director -                    Dan Kimmet, 419-339-5378                 * Juniors: Under 6 months of age (born on or after Feb. 20,
Assistant Director                      Gary Kramer, 419-649-7615                 2012)
Show Superintendent                      Don Schroeder, 419-233-0114
Ass’t. Show Superintendent                 Jerry Kircofe, 419-358-9170                      2012 SANCTIONED BREEDS
Show Secretary                              Judy Kircofe, 419-358-9170
Show Committee                                 Tim Hall, Jenna Keckler          AMERICAN FUZZY LOP                  MINI LOP
                                             Kim Hilty, Gina Basinger           CALIFORNIAN                         MINI REX
ENTRY DEADLINE                                         NO PRE-ENTRY             CHAMPAGNE D’ARGENT                  MINI SATIN
REGISTER                                 Sun., Aug. 19, 7 AM-8:45AM             CREME D’ARGENT                      NETHERLAND DWARF
EXHIBITS DUE                                Sun., Aug. 19, 7 AM-8:45AM          DUTCH                               NEW ZEALAND
JUDGING                              Sun., Aug. 19, 9 AM, Show Arena            FLEMISH GIANT                       POLISH
RELEASE TIME                   Sun., Aug. 19, at Completion of Show             FLORIDA WHITE                       REX
                                                                                HIMALAYAN                           SABLE
     PREMIUMS WILL BE MAILED WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER FAIR                          HOLLAND LOP                         SATIN
                                                                                JERSEY WOOLY                        STANDARD CHINCHELLA
        DEPARTMENT - BREEDS AND CLASSES
                                                                           CLASS
                                                                           1.   Senior Buck
ENTRY FEE                                          Single Rabbit - $2.75
                                                                           2.   Senior Doe
                                                 Pen of Three - $2.75
                                                                           3.   Intermediate Buck
                                                  Single Fryer - $2.75
                                                                           4.   Intermediate Doe
                                                     Fur Class - $1.00
                                                                           5.   Junior Buck
                                                                           6.   Junior Doe
                LIMA RABBIT BREEDERS PRESENT
               OPEN TO THE WORLD RABBIT SHOW                               PREMIUMS - FUR CLASS
                          Sponsored By                                     By 3 or more exhibitors
                 Allen County Agricultural Society
                                                                                 DEPARTMENT - COMMERCIAL RABBIT SHOW,
                               RULES                                                    MEAT AND FRYER CLASSES
A.     Entries are open to anyone who wishes to exhibit.
B.     All stock exhibited must have permanent and legible ear
       marks.                                                              DIVISION - COMMERCIAL MEAT PEN
C.     Allen County Junior Fair Exhibitors may enter rabbits in any        CLASSES
       class of the show.                                                  1.    Meat Pen of 3 Rabbits                       PREMIUMS
D.     This show will be governed by the latest rules of the American                                                 1st Place           $5.00
       Rabbit Breeders Association, Inc. ARBA entry report forms and                                                  2nd Place           $4.00
       show cards will be issued.                                                                                     3rd Place           $3.00
E.     There is NO PRE-ENTRY.                                                                                         4th Place           $2.00
F.     Fur & Wool Classes will be shown immediately following each         DIVISION - COMMERCIAL FRYER                5th Place           $1.00
       breed class.                                                        CLASS
G.     We reserve the right to add or substitute judges as necessary.      1.    Single Fryer
H.     For more information, official catalog and entry forms, please
       contact Department Director: Dan Kimmet, 2750 Harding Hwy.,
       Lima, OH 45804; Phone 419-228-7141.                                           PREMIUMS                              PREMIUMS
                                                                                    (1-59 entries)                       (60 plus entries)
This is an official AMERICAN RABBIT BREEDERS ASSOCIATION SHOW.              1st Place                $25.00       1st Place              $50.00
Brad Boyce, Secretary, P.O. Box 5667, Bloomington, IL 61720                 2nd Place                $15.00       2nd Place              $25.00
                                                                            3rd Place                $10.00       3rd Place              $20.00
                         SANCTION FEES:                                     4th Place                 $5.00       4th Place              $10.00
                                                                            5th Place                 $3.00       5th Place                $5.00
          OPEN - $20.00                  YOUTH - $10.00
          DUES: (1 YEAR)                 DUES: (3 YEARS)
                                                                                      DEPARTMENT - SHOWMANSHIP
          Adult -     $15.00             Adult -    $40.00
          H/W -       $20.00             H/W -       $50.00
          Youth -     $8.00              Youth -     $20.00                ENTRY FEE - $1.0
          Family - $20.00                Family - $50.00
          Ea. Child - $ 2.00             Ea. Child - $ 6.00                                                             PREMIUMS
                                                                           CLASS                              1st Place          Trophy
                                                                           1.   Up to 8 Years                 2nd - 5th Place    Ribbon
CLASS AGE BREAKS
1.   Two classes are provided for all breeds (4 class) having under a      2.   9 - 11 Years
     9 pound senior ideal weight.                                          3.   12 - 14 Years
     * Seniors: 6 months of age or older                                   4.   15 - 18 Years
     * Juniors: Under 6 months of age                                      5.   19 Years and Over
                                                                                            Open Class Premium Book - 19

                                                                              DIVISION - 00912 - GRAIN (own PINT glass jar)
                                                                              CLASS                                     AOV Means “any other
                                                                              1.    Oats - any variety                    variety” not listed.
                   AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE                                  2.    Wheat - any variety
                        & FLORICULTURE                                        3.    Any Other Grain not listed in ANY division

                                                                              DIVISION - 00913 - SOYBEANS
                                                                              CLASS
Department Director -               David Hutchison, 419-999-5215             1.    Soybean Seed - any variety (own PINT glass jar)
Superintendents             Aaron & Connie Heffner, 419-649-7148              2.    Soybean Plant (one) - any variety
            Bud Bowers, 419-643-4411, Dick Hussey, 419-991-6396;
      Eleanor Long, 419-634-1260; Jenni Augsburger, 419-234-0113
                                                                              DIVISION - 00914 - SEEDS (own PINT glass jar)
                                                                              (Note: Must not be listed in ANY division or department)
                                  RULES                                       (Please label jar and leave about a 1” headspace at top)
A.    All Exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.      CLASS
B.    PARKING - GOLD LOT. A one day GOLD parking permit will                  1.    Specific Seed - pumpkin, squash, popcorn, broom corn,
      be given to exhibitors for the day your exhibit is due in these               flint corn, ornamental corn, indian corn, sweet corn, other corn
      departments. This will be a hanging two-part tag and the bottom         2.    Other Seed - not listed in above class (Ex: sunflower, melon,
      part must be torn off and given to the gate personnel at the                  gourd, flower, hay seed, nuts, fruit, peas, etc.)
      Gold Lot. Superintendents & Hostesses will receive their parking
      passes from the Director of these departments. Once the GOLD            BEST OF SHOW, Divisions - 00912-00914                         Rosette
      lot is full, parking will be in the general parking areas.
C.    Incomplete entries will not be accepted.                                                                               PREMIUMS
D.    Divisions 00910-00935: If an exhibitor enters more than one             DIVISION - 00915 - HAY (Flake)        1st Place                $4.00
      (1) entry per class (including duplicates) - ALL of his/her entries     CLASS                                 2nd Place                $3.50
      in that class will be automatically disqualified either prior to or     1.    Alfalfa                         3rd Place                $3.00
      after judging.                                                          2.    Red Clover
E.    Divisions 00910-00935: No classes shall be divided into sub-classes.    3.    Grass
F.    Entries entered in an AOV or AOC class will be disqualified if          4.    Mixed
      an appropriate class is listed.                                         BEST OF SHOW, Division - Hay                                   Rosette
G.    Divisions 00910 - 00935: Entries open to all counties.
                                                                                        DEPARTMENT - SEEDS, GRAINS & HAY
                                                                                      BEST OF BEST OF SHOW AWARD - ROSETTE
     DEPARTMENT - SEEDS, GRAINS & HAY                                             RESERVE BEST OF BEST OF SHOW AWARD - ROSETTE

ENTRY DEADLINE                                                      AUG. 1
EXHIBITS DUE                                   Fri., Aug. 17, 3 PM - 8 PM @                DEPARTMENT - VEGETABLES
                                                     Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
ENTRY LIMIT                                      One per Class See Rule D
                                                                              ENTRY DEADLINE                                                  AUG. 1
JUDGING                        Sat., Aug. 18, 10 AM @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
                                                                              EXHIBITS DUE                             Fri., Aug. 17, 3 PM - 8 PM @
RELEASE TIME                               Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11 AM
                                                                                                                                    Ag&FineArtsBldg.
NOTE: The society reserves the right to identify, after judging, any          ENTRY LIMIT                                     One per Class See Rule D
    entries exhibited in glass jars to prevent using same entries in          JUDGING                  Sat., Aug. 18, 10AM @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
    future fairs. Only crops harvested after the close of the previous        RELEASE TIME                             Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11 AM
    fair will be accepted.
                                                                              DIVISION - 00920 - BEANS (Plate of 5 except as noted*)
DIVISION - 00910 - CORN & POPCORN                                             CLASS
CLASS                                                                         1.    Beans - Green Snap
1.    Field Corn - 3 Ears most uniform shape, kernel depth, size (Any         2.    Beans - Yellow Snap                 AOV Means “any other
      one hybrid to be shown) (Previous Year)                                 3.    Beans - Lima Dwarf                    variety” not listed
2.    No. 2 Shelled Yellow Field Corn (own PINT glass jar)                    4.    Beans - Lima Large
3.    Largest Ear, any hybrid (Previous Year)                                 5.    Beans - Pole
4.    Tallest Stalk of any hybrid corn with ear attached                      6.    *Beans - Dry Shelled, (20 to a plate) any one variety
5.    Tallest Stalk of silage corn                                            7.    AOV Bean not listed
6.    Broom Corn - 1 stalk
7.    Ornamental or Indian Corn - 3 Ears (Previous Year)                      BEST OF SHOW, Division Beans                                    Rosette
8.    Popcorn - 3 Ears, any one variety (Previous Year)
                                                                              DIVISION - 00921 - CRUCIFEROUS VEGETABLES
BEST OF SHOW, Division - Corn & Popcorn                          Rosette      (Plate of 1 - except as noted*)
DIVISION - 00911 - SUNFLOWERS                                                 CLASS
CLASS                                                                         1.     Broccoli
1.    Largest Sunflower Seedhead (No water) judged for size                   2.     *Brussels Sprouts (five)
2.    Prettiest Sunflower Bloom (Not in water)                                3.     Cabbage - Small
3.    Mature Sunflower Seedhead (No water) judged for quality                 4.     Cabbage - Large Flat
                                                                              5.     Cabbage - Large Round
“Not in Water” means bottles, vases or other containers are not               6.     Cabbage - Red
permitted but a moist paper towel around the stem end securely                7.     Cauliflower
wrapped in a plastic bag will be permitted.                                   8.     *Kohlrabi (three)

                                                                              BEST OF SHOW, Division - Cruciferous Vegetables                Rosette
BEST OF SHOW, Division - Sunflowers                              Rosette
20 - Open Class Premium Book
DIVISION - 00922 - MELONS (One each, NOT to be plugged)                  DIVISION - 00926 - PEPPERS (Plate of 3)
CLASS                                                                    CLASS
1.    Muskmelon - any variety                                            1.    Chili/Cayenne, Large - (4” and longer - excluding stem)
2.    Largest Muskmelon                                                  2.    Chili/Cayenne, Small - (Under 4” - excluding stem)
3.    Watermelon - Round Striped                                         3.    Hot Banana
4.    Watermelon - Long Striped                                          4.    Jalapeno
5.    AOV Watermelon not listed                                          5.    Habanero/Scotch Bonnet/Caribbean
6.    Largest Watermelon                                                 6.    AOV Hot Peppers not listed
                                                                         7.    Sweet Banana
BEST OF SHOW, Division - Melons                              Rosette     8.    Sweet Bell - any color/variety (all alike)
                                                                         9.    AOV Sweet Peppers not listed (no bells or bananas)
DIVISION - 00923 - PUMPKINS & GOURDS                                     10. Pimentos
(One except as noted*)
Gourds must be fresh (green) present year - not dried                    BEST OF SHOW, Division - Peppers                                 Rosette
CLASS
1.    Sugar or Pie (9” and under in height) not miniature                DIVISION - 00927 - TOMATOES (Plate of 3 - except as noted*)
2.    Pumpkin Hard Dark Stem (over 9” in height) not white not flat      (CLASSES 1-12 - REMOVE STEMS)
3.    Pumpkin Soft Light Stem - (not white, not flat varieties)          (AOC means “any other color” not listed)
4.    Largest Pumpkin - (hard dark stem)                                 CLASS
5.    Largest Pumpkin - like squash (soft light stem)                    1.    Red, Large over 3” diameter (not classes 7 or 8)
6.    *Miniature Pumpkins (three) any variety all alike                  2.    Red, Medium, 1 1/2” - 3” diameter (not classes 7 or 8)
7.    White Pumpkin - not miniature                                      3.    Yellow/Orange, Large over 3” diameter (not classes 7 or 8)
8.    Pumpkin Flat - type - not miniature (ex. cinderella, jarrahdale)   4.    Yellow/Orange, Medium, 1 1/2” - 3” diameter (not classes 7 or 8)
9.    *Gourds, Small Ornamental or Miniature (three) all alike           5.    AOC Large over 3” diameter not listed (not classes 7 or 8)
10. Gourds - Birdhouse or Bottle                                         6.    AOC Medium 1 1/2”-3” diameter not listed (not classes 7 or 8)
11. Gourds - Dippers, Clubs or Snake                                     7.    Italians, Pastes, Oxhearts, Large - over 2 1/4” diameter
12. Gourds - Swan, Goose or Lump - in-the-neck                           8.    Italians, Pastes, Oxhearts, Small - 2 1/4” and under diameter
13. AOV Gourd - not listed (ex. apple, canteen, bushel, kettle)          9.    *Red Cherry - (five)
                                                                         10. *AOC Cherry - (five) not listed
BEST OF SHOW, Division - Pumpkins & Gourds                  Rosette      11. *Grape - (five) any variety/color
                                                                         12. *Pear - (five) any variety/color
DIVISION - 00924 - POTATOES (Plate of 3 - except as noted*)              13. *Largest Tomato (one) - with or without stem
CLASS
1.    Red Potato                                                         BEST OF SHOW, Division - Tomatoes                                Rosette
2.    White Potato
3.    Sweet Potato                                                       DIVISION - 00928 - ONIONS & GARLIC (Plate of three )
4.    AOV Potato not listed                                              (Pull 4-6 weeks prior, remove dirt, let dry, then do not peel)
5.    *Largest Potato (one) not sweet                                    CLASS
                                                                         1.     Garlic - approximately 2”- 3” stems required
BEST OF SHOW, Division - Potatoes                            Rosette     2.     Onions, Bermuda - approximately 1” stems required
                                                                         3.     Onions, Red - approximately 1” stems required
DIVISION -00925 - SQUASH (One each)                                      4.     Onions, Yellow - approximately 1” stems required
CLASS                                                                    5.     Onions, White - approximately 1” stems required
1.    Acorn - Green or Black
2.    Acorn - White                         PREMIUMS                     BEST OF SHOW, Division - Onions & Garlic                         Rosette
3.    Butternut                    1st Place                $4.00
4.    Crookneck                    2nd Place                $3.50        DIVISION - 00929 - OTHER VEGETABLES
5.    Cushaw                       3rd Place                $3.00        (Plate of three except as noted * )
6.    Early White Bush Scallop                                           AOC means “any other color” not listed
7.    Hubbard                                                            CLASS
8.    Spaghetti                                                          1.     Beets, Table (trim tops to approximately 1”)
9.    Straightneck                                                       2.     Carrots (trim tops to approximately 1”)
10. Sweet Dumpling                                                       3.     Cucumbers (leave a short stem)
11. Turks Turban                                                         4.     Burpless Cucumbers (leave a short stem)
12. Zucchini - Typical Green (frying size)                               5.     Pickles (leave a short stem)
13. AOV Zucchini not listed (frying size)                                6.     *Eggplant - All Black or All Blackish Purple (one)
14. Largest Zucchini                                                     7.     *AOC Eggplant (one) not listed
15. AOV Squash not listed                                                8.     Radishes, any variety (trim tops to approximately 1”)
                                                                         9.     *Rhubarb (five) (Just pull trim only tops 1” above joint)
BEST OF SHOW, Division - Squash                              Rosette     10. Turnips (trim tops to approximately 1”)
                                                                         11. Sweet Corn, Yellow - husked, may exhibit in plastic bag
                                                                         12. AOC Sweet Corn not listed - husked, may exhibit in plastic bag
                                                                         13. Okra
                                                                         14. *Any Other Vegetable not listed in ANY division
                                                                                (one to five according to size)
 In paying premiums, no evidence of awards will be
 recognized except the entry book properly signed by the                 BEST OF SHOW, Division - Other Vegetables                        Rosette
 judge, as ribbons can become misplaced.
                                                                                        DEPARTMENT - VEGETABLES
                                                                                  BEST OF BEST OF SHOW AWARD - ROSETTE
                                                                              RESERVE BEST OF BEST OF SHOW AWARD - ROSETTE
                                                                                     Open Class Premium Book - 21

               DEPARTMENT - FRUITS                                                          AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE
ENTRY DEADLINE                                               AUG. 1
                                                                                                 & FLORICULTURE
EXHIBITS DUE                            Fri., Aug. 17, 3 PM - 8 PM @
                                                   Ag&FineArtsBldg.
ENTRY LIMIT                               One per Class See Rule D     Department Director               David Hutchison, 419-999-5215
JUDGING                       Sat.,Aug.18,10AM@ Ag&FineArtsBldg.       Superintendent                        Carol Grothouse, 419-695-6627
RELEASE TIME                            Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11 AM    Show Chairperson                           Joan Geise, 419-695-1586

DIVISION - 00930 - APPLES (Plate of three)                             Lead Garden Club 2012                                    Green Thumb
CLASS                                                                  Lead Garden Club 2013                                    Happy Hours
1.    Crab Apples, any variety
2.    Delicious, Golden or Yellow                                      Placement
3.    Delicious, Red                                                   1st Show - August 17                                     Green Thumb
4.    Grimes Golden                     AOV Means “any other           2nd Show - August 20                                     Green Thumb
5.    Jonathan                           variety” not listed           3rd Show - August 23                                     Happy Hours
6.    Macintosh
7.    Stayman Winesap                                                  Clerks
8.    Granny Smith                                                     1st Show - August 17                                    Green Thumb
9.    AOV Apple not listed                                             2nd Show - August 20                                   Grenn Thumb
                                                                       3rd Show - August 23                                Lima Garden Club
BEST OF SHOW, Division - Apples                            Rosette
                                                                       Hospitality (through 9 p.m. each day)
                                                                       Fri., Aug. 17, 4 pm                                   Happy Hours
DIVISION - 00931 - PEACHES (Plate of three)
                                                                       Sat., Aug. 18, 10 am                             Junior Garden Clubs
CLASS
                                                                       Sun., Aug. 19, 12 noon                             Gardeners of Lima
1.    Champion, White                       PREMIUMS                   Mon., Aug. 20, 4 pm                                Lima Garden Club
2.    Elberta                      1st Place                $4.00      Tue., Aug. 21, 10 am                               Lima Garden Club
3.    Hale Haven                   2nd Place                $3.50      Wed., Aug. 22, 10 am                                    Green Thumb
4.    Red Haven                    3rd Place                $3.00      Thu., Aug. 23, 4 pm                                 Junior Gardeners
5.    JH Hale
                                                                       Fri., Aug. 24, 10 am                               Lima Garden Club
6.    AOV Peach not listed
                                                                       Sat., Aug. 25, 10 am                               Gardeners of Lima
7.    3 Largest Peaches, any variety
                                                                       Sun. Aug. 26, CLEAN-UP 8 - 11 am                        Happy Hours
BEST OF SHOW, Division - Peaches                           Rosette
                                                                             RULES FOR ALL THREE FLOWER SHOWS
DIVISION - 00932 - PLUMS (Plate of three)
CLASS                                                                  A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to
1.    Green Gage                                                             enter unless you are exhibiting in the Junior Department.
2.    AOV Plum not listed                                              B.    PARKING - GOLD LOT. A one day GOLD parking permit is
                                                                             available to exhibitors for Friday, August 17, Monday, August
DIVISION - 00933 - PEARS (Plate of three)                                    20, and Thursday, August 23. This will be a hanging two-part
CLASS                                                                        tag and the bottom part must be torn off and given to the
1.    Bartlett                                                               gate personnel at the Gold Lot. Superintendents & Hostesses
2.    Duchess                                                                will receive their parking passes from the Director of this
3.    Keiffer                                                                department. Once the GOLD lot is full, parking will be in the
4.    AOV Pear not listed                                                    general parking areas.
                                                                       C.    All Exhibitors bringing or picking up flowers must enter at main
BEST OF SHOW, Divisions - Plums & Pears                     Rosette          gate on Route 309, and proceed straight to the Youth Activities
                                                                             Building (ONLY) to drop off exhibits until 10:00 AM. Remove
DIVISION - 00934 GRAPES (Plate of three bunches)                             car to parking area before registering. NO CARS ALLOWED
CLASS                                                                        ON MIDWAY AFTER 10 AM.
1.    Niagra                                                           D.    AN ENTRY TAG MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN
2.    Concord                                                                OFFICIAL COMPUTERIZED ENTRY TAG PROVIDED BY
3.    Catawba                                                                THE Administration Office. Scotch tape on tags will NOT BE
4.    Delaware                                                               PERMITTED - automatic disqualification. Classes cannot be
5.    Fredonia                                                               added or switched after entry deadline. Therefore enter all
6.    AOV Grape not listed                                                   classes you could show in. Juniors should write their age on
                                                                             top of tag
DIVISION - 00935 - QUINCES (Plate of three)                            E.    Entries will be judged using the Standard System of Judging by
CLASS                                                                        accredited judges of the OHIO ASSOCIATION OF GARDEN
1.    Quinces - any variety                                                  CLUBS INC. The decision of the Judge is Final!!!
                                                                       F.    Those interested in learning more about exhibiting and/or
BEST OF SHOW, Divisions - Grapes & Quinces                 Rosette           arranging are welcome to observe the oral judging.
                                                                       G.    Ages 18 and under can enter junior division at no charge.
                  DEPARTMENT - FRUITS                                  H.    All exhibits must be removed 15 minutes after closing time to
        BEST OF BEST OF SHOW AWARD - ROSETTE                                 set up for next show.
    RESERVE BEST OF BEST OF SHOW AWARD - ROSETTE
                                                                                                   FLORICULTURE
                                                                       A.    All Floriculture entries must be grown by exhibitor.
                                                                       B.    An exhibitor may NOT make more than three () entries in any CLASS
                                                                             and each entry must be a different variety.
22 - Open Class Premium Book
C.    All exhibits should be named if known. ONLY CORRECTLY
      LABELED EXHIBITS WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR A BEST OF
      SHOW AWARD. BUT, CAN WIN A 1ST, 2ND, OR 3RD
      PLACEMENT.
D.    Foliage should remain attached to specimen. No foreign
      substance is permitted on foliage.
E.    Exhibitors may use wedges to hold heavy blooms upright.
F.    Container grown specimens must have been in the exhibitor’s
      possession at least three months and watered prior to
                                                                               DEPARTMENT - FIRST FLOWER SHOW
      placement.                                                              ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS, SPECIMENS
G.    3 stem classes: stems should be same size, color, variety and                       AND PLANTS
      maturity (identical triplets).
H.    Classes may be withdrawn, combined, or divided if the number                             56th Annual Flower Show
      of entries warrants.                                                                       In Affiliation with the
I.    Specimen exhibitors must use clear glass containers.(Allen                         Ohio Association of Garden Clubs, Inc.
      County Fair is not responsible for your lost or damaged
      containers)
J.    Miniature roses may be tubed and placed in clear glass vases                               GENERAL THEME
      or miniature vases provided by fair show department.                                      “BEAUTIFUL OHIO”
K.    Exhibits not meeting the specifications of the schedule will be
      disqualified. (Examples: Improper count when definite number        ENTRY DEADLINE                                                 AUG. 1
      is specified. Side buds left on bloom when schedule says            EXHIBITS DUE                             Fri., Aug. 17, 9 AM-12:30 AM
      disbud).                                                                                    @ Youth Activities Bldg. - NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

                       ARTISTIC DESIGN RULES                              JUDGING                    Fri., Aug. 17, 1 PM@Youth Activities Bldg.
A.    Exhibitors may enter as many classes as they desire but only        RELEASE TIME                                Sun., Aug. 19, 9 PM - 9:30 PM
      one entry per class. Backgrounds will be light grey.                RULES                                                   See page 21-22
B.    All designs must be the work of the exhibitor.
C.    Plant material may be obtained from any source. List plant
      material used in design, on entry tag or on a separate card                                  “WATERWAYS”
      placed by the design.
D.    Painted or artificially colored fresh plant material is never       DIVISION - 00940 - TRADITIONAL DESIGN
      permitted.                                                          CLASS
E.    Bleached, treated (glycerinized, etc.) and dried material may be    101. “Fishing Pole” - A Line Design
      used unless otherwise stated.                                       102. “Picnic” - Featuring A Basket
F.    Creative designs (only) may include painted dried, and/or           103. “Ferry Boat” - Designer’s Choice
      artificial line material.                                           104. “Put - In - Bay” - All Foliage Design
G.    Exhibitors may place their own design, but absolutely can
      not move or touch another’s design. A card describing your          DIVISION - 00941 -NOVICE DESIGN
      interpretation may be placed near your design.                      CLASS
H.    Each exhibitor is encouraged to check and adjust his/her designs    105. “Sea World” - Showing Water
      after the show is closed from 11:30 to 11:40 a.m.                   106. “Shore Line” - Including a Turtle
I.    Novice Designer: Winner of less than fifteen (15) blue ribbons      107. “Blue Hole” - Including Shades of Blue
CREATIVE DESIGN
                                                                          DIVISION - 00942 - CREATIVE DESIGN
(Contemporary and/or Abstract vs.Traditional)          PREMIUMS
                                                    FLORICULTURE          CLASS
Creative designs are usually big, bold
                                                1st Place         $3.00   108. “Indian Lake” - Underwater Design
and strong, and are considered art forms,       2nd Place         $2.00   109. “Miami-Erie Canal” - Including Cattails
incorporating restraint in use of plant         3rd Place       $1.00
                                                        ARTISTIC          110. “Down By The Old Mill Stream” - Including Driftwood
material and other components. They may
                                                1st Place         $7.00
have more than one focal area and point         2nd Place        $6.00    DIVISION - 00943 - *SPECIAL CLASS
of emergence. They may include abstract         3rd Place        $5.00
                                                                          CLASS
qualities, strong lines and open spaces.
                                                                          111. “Shore Treasure” - Miniature under 5 inches
Containers are usually unconventional, have
                                                                          112. “Canoe” - Designer’s Choice
multiple openings or are absent. Accessories and traditional containers
                                                                          113. “What A Catch” - Including A Fishing Lure
are almost never used.
Mary Mae Campell Awards - Judge’s Distinction 1st, 2nd, 3rd Show          DIVISION - 00944 - HYBRID TEA ROSES
Design - $5.00 - Specimen - $5.00: Sponsored by Lima Garden Club          (1 bloom, disbudded, foliage attached, stem length proportional, named)
ROSETTE AWARDS (To be awarded after each appr. show)                      CLASS
Best Traditional Design - 1st, 2nd, 3rd shows                             114. White, white blend
Best Novice Design - 1st, 2nd, 3rd shows                                  115. Yellow, yellow blend
Best Creative Design - 1st, 2nd, 3rd shows                                116. Apricot, apricot blend, Copper
Best Junior Design - 1st, 2nd, 3rd shows                                  117. Orange, orange blend
Best Junior Floriculture - 1st, 2nd, 3rd shows                            118. Orange Pink
Best Dahlia - 2nd, 3rd shows                                              119. Orange Red
Best Gladiolus - 1st, 3rd shows                                           120. Pink
Best Cut Flower - 1st, 2nd, 3rd shows (or foliage stem)                   121. Pink blend
Best ornamental Grass & Foliage - 2nd show                                122. Red
Best Container Grown Plant - 2nd show                                     123. Red blend
Best Large Rose (all except minis) - 1st, 3rd shows                       124. Any other colors
Best Miniature Rose - 1st, 3rd shows
No Premiums for Best of Show Awards
                                                                                            Open Class Premium Book - 2
DIVISION - 00945 - FLORIBUNDA OR POLYANTHA ROSES                              DIVISION - 00951 - BULBS, CORM OR TUBERS
(Naturally grown, foliage attached, named)                                    (Any other root bulb, corm or tuber not listed elsewhere)
CLASS                                                                         CLASS
125. Pink or pink blend                                                       172. Round form, one stem, disbudded. i.e.; begonia, calla lily
126. Red or red blend                                                         173. Spike or spray, one stem, i.e.; Canna, Pineapple lily
127. Any other color                                                          174. Magic lily, one stem, AKA Naked or Resurrection Lily

DIVISION - 00946 - GRANDIFLORA ROSES                                          DIVISION - 00952 - GLADIOUS
(Naturally grown, foliage attached, named)                                    (One spike, lateral removed. Variegated varieties; Color determined
CLASS                                                                         by primary petal) (Large florets 3.5” or over, named)
128. Any Variety, one bloom, disbudded                                        CLASS
129. Any Variety, one spray                                                   175. White, Green or Yellow
                                                                              176. Orange, Peach or Salmon
DIVISION - 00947 - CLIMBER OR SHRUB ROSE                                      177. Pink, Red or Rose
(Naturally grown, foliage attached, named)                                    178. Lavender, Violet or Blue
CLASS                                                                         179. Smokies, Brown or Tan
130. Any variety, one stem
131. English Rose, one stem                                                   (Miniature gladious, florets under 3.5”, named)
                                                                              CLASS                                                    PREMIUMS
DIVISION - 00948 - MINIATURE ROSES                                            180. White, Green or Yellow                            FLORICULTURE
                                                                              181. Orange, Peach or Salmon                      1st Place      $.00
(Naturally grown, foliage attached, named)                                                                                      2nd Place      $2.00
CLASS                                                                         182. Pink, Red or Rose                            rd Place      $1.00
132. White, white blend, one bloom, disbudded                                 183. Lavender, Violet or Blue                             ARTISTIC
133. Yellow, yellow blend, one bloom, disbudded                               184. Smokies, Brown or Tan                        1st Place      $.00
                                                                                                                                2nd Place       $6.00
134. Red, red blend, one bloom, disbudded                                                                                       rd Place       $.00
135. Pink, pink blend, orange pink, one bloom, disbudded
136. Orange, orange blend, orange red, one bloom, disbudded
137. Any other color, one bloom, disbudded
138. Red, red blend, one spray
                                                                                                  JUNIOR DEPARTMENT
                                                                                             18 and under, list age on top of entry tag
139. Pink, pink blend, one spray
140. White, one spray
                                                                              DIVISION - 00953 - JR. ARTISTIC DESIGN
141. Any other color, one spray
                                                                              CLASS
142. *SPECIAL CLASS-“New Introduction within the last  years”
                                                                              185. “Cedar Point” - Designer’s Interpretation
                                                                              186. “Lunch Time” - Designer’s Choice
DIVISION - 00949 - ANNUALS
(Foliage attached, entries must be named)
                                                                              DIVISION - 00954 - JUNIOR FLORICULTURE
CLASS
                                                                              (Entry must be named and have foliage attached)
143. Aster, one bloom, disbudded
                                                                              CLASS
144. Aster, three stems, same variety and color, disbudded
                                                                              187. Marigold, lg. variety, disbudded, one stem, foliage attached
145. Salvia, any color, one spray
                                                                              188. Marigold, sm. variety, disbudded, 3 stems, foliage attached
146. Cosmos, any color, one spray
                                                                              189. Zinnia, lg. flowered, one stem disbudded, foliage attached
147. Celosia, plumed, any variety, one stem
                                                                              190. Zinnia, sm. flowered, 3 stems, disbudded, foliage attached
148. Celosia, crested, any except dwarf, 1 stem, disbudded
                                                                              191. Round form, disbudded, one bloom, not a Zinnia or Marigold
149. Zinnia, lg cactus-type, 3” or over, disbudded, one bloom
                                                                              192. Spike form, one stem, laterals removed
150. Zinnia, lg dahlia-type, 3” or over, disbudded, one bloom
                                                                              193. Spray form, one stem
151. Zinnia, 2” but under 3”, disbudded, one bloom
152. Zinnia, under 2”, 3 stems, same color and variety, disbudded
153. Snapdragons, tall varieties, 1 stem, laterals removed
154. Snapdragons, 3 stems, same variety & color, laterals removed
155. Sunflower, under 5”, any color, one bloom, disbudded
156. Sunflower, 5” and over, any color, one bloom, disbudded                   In paying premiums, no evidence of awards will be
157. Round form, any annual not listed, disbudded                              recognized except the entry book properly signed by the
158. Spike form, any annual not listed, laterals removed                       judge, as ribbons can become misplaced.
159. Spray form, any annual not listed
160. *SPECIAL CLASS - Collection of  annuals, include spike, spray & round

DIVISION - 00950 - PERENNIALS & BIENNIALS
(Foliage attached, entries must be named)
CLASS                                                                                     OPEN CLASS ENTRY DEADLINE
161. Gaillardia, three stems, any variety, disbudded                                            AUGUST 1, 2012
162. Dianthus, any variety, same color, 3 stems
163. Hydrangea, named, one stem, laterals removed                                        LAST DAY OF MEMBERSHIP SALES
164. Achillea (yarrow), 3 stems, same variety                                                   AUGUST 11, 2012
165. Coreopsis, 3 sprays, same variety
166. Coneflower or Rudbeckia, any color, one bloom, disbudded
167. Daylily (Hemerocallis), one stem, any color, naturally grown
168. Round form, not listed above, 4” & over, one stem, disbudded
169. Round form, not listed, under 4”, one stem, disbudded
170. Spike form, not listed, one stem, laterals removed
171. Spray form, not listed, one stem
2 - Open Class Premium Book
                                                                            232. Medium leaf, variegated variety, width 3” but under 5”, 1 stem
      DEPARTMENT - SECOND FLOWER SHOW                                       233. Large leaf, solid variety, width 5” and over, 1 stem
                                                                            234. Large leaf, variegated variety, width 5” and over, 1 stem
           ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS,
            SPECIMENS AND PLANTS
                                                                            DIVISION - 00967 - ORNAMENTAL GRASSES
                                                                            (Seed head attached, if possible, named)
                       56th Annual Flower Show                              CLASS
                                                                            235. Small varieties, under 18”, 3 stems
   In Affiliation with the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs, Inc.
                                                                            236. Medium, narrow blade varieties, 18” but under 36”, 1 stem
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                  AUG. 1
                                                                            237. Medium, wide blade varieties,18” but under 36”, 1 stem
EXHIBITS DUE                           Mon., Aug. 20, 9 AM-12:30 AM
                                                                            238. Tall narrow blade varieties, 36” but under 48”, 1 stem in stable
                        @ Youth Activities Bldg. - NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
                                                                                  container
JUDGING                      Mon., Aug. 20, 1 PM @Youth Activities Bldg.
                                                                            239. Tall wide blade varieties, 36” but under 48”, 1 stem in stable
RELEASE TIME                              Wed., Aug. 22, 9 PM - 9:30 PM
                                                                                  container
RULES                                                 See page 21-22
                                                                            DIVISION - 00968 - FOLIAGE PLANTS - NAMED
                          “HIGHWAYS”                                        CLASS
                                                                            240. Caladium, 1 stem, red
DIVISION - 00960 - TRADITIONAL DESIGN                                       241. Caladium, 1 stem, pink
CLASS                                                                       242. Caladium, 1 stem, white or green
201. “Interstate 75” - A Mass Arrangement                                   243. Coleus, 1 stem any variety
202. “Route 66” - Cresecent Design                                          244. Artemisia (Dusty Miller, etc.) 3 stems
203. “Route 30”- Dried Arrangement                                          245. Any other foliage plant, 1 stem
204. “Route 117” - Including Pine/Orange Shades
                                                                            DIVISION - 00969 - HERBS - NAMED
DIVISION - 00961 - NOVICE DESIGN                                            CLASS
CLASS                                                                       246. Flowering, 1 stem
205. “Lincoln Highway” - Including A Garage Sale Item                       247. Non Flowering, 1 stem
206. “Ft. Amanda Road” - All Foliage Design
207. “Delta Queen” - Designer’s Choice                                      DIVISION - 00970 - CONTAINER GROWN PLANTS
                                                                            (Maximum pot size 14” diameter measurement will be taken)
DIVISION - 00962 - CREATIVE DESIGN                                          (Plant not to exceed 48” high)
CLASS                                                                       CLASS
208. “Ohio Turnpike” - A Interpretive Design                                248. Tropical or Exotic Foliage Plant, ie Sanservieria, Palms, one per pot
209. “Historic National Road” - Including Roadside Material                 249. Fruit bearing plant, one per pot
210. “Roadside Farmer’s Market” - Including Fruits and/or Vegetables        250. Geranium, one variety per pot, must be named
                                                                            251. Flowering plant, one variety not listed
DIVISION - 00963 - *SPECIAL CLASS                                           252. Flowering garden, 3 varieties or more per pot
CLASS                                                                       253. Foliage plant, 6” pot or less diameter, one variety per pot
211. “Roadside Treasure” - Miniture Under 5”                                254. Foliage plant, over 6” pot diameter, one variety per pot
212. “Greyhound Bus” - Showing Motion                                       255. Succulent, (not a cactus), one variety per pot
213. “Armstrong Museum” - Designer’s Choice                                 256. Cactus, one variety per pot
                                                                            257. Dish Garden, at least 3 different varieties per pot - named
DIVISION - 00964 - ANNUALS                                                  258. African violet, single crown, single flowers
(Entry must be disbudded and named)                                         259. African violet, single crown, double flowers
CLASS                                                                       260. Bonsai
214. Marigold, lg. flowered, one bloom over 3”                              261. *SPECIAL CLASS - Tropical or Exotic Blooming Plant, i.e. orchid,
215. Marigold, over 2” but under 3”, 3 stems, same color/variety                   bromeliad, 1 variety per pot
216. Marigold, under 2”, 3 stems, same color/variety                        262. *SPECIAL CLASS - Closed Terrarium (lid may be removed for judging)
217 Zinnia, lg. cactus type, 3” or over
218. Zinnia, lg. dahlia type, 3” or over                                    DIVISION - 00971 - HANGING BASKETS
219. Zinnia, 2” & over, but under 3”, 1 bloom                               (Maximum pot size 12” diameter, named, measurement will be taken)
220. Zinnia, under 2”, 3 stems, same color/variety                          CLASS
                                                                            263. Flowering plant, one variety per pot
DIVISION - 00965 - DAHLIA                                                   264. Foliage plant, one variety per pot
(Display with at least two sets of leaves attached, disbudded, named)       265. Mixed plants, 3 or more varieties per pot
CLASS
221. Small Dahlia, width under 3”, 3 stems, any variety
222. Pompon or Ball Dahlia, over 3.5”, one stem
                                                                                                 JUNIOR DEPARTMENT
                                                                                         18 and under, list age on top of entry tag
223. Cactus Dahlia, under 6”, one stem
                                                                            DIVISION - 00972 - JUNIOR ARTISTIC DESIGN
224. Cactus Dahlia, width 6” to 8”, one stem
                                                                            CLASS
225. Any other Dahlia, under 6”, one stem
                                                                            266. “Golden Lamb” - Featuring Yellow Flowers
226. Any other Dahlia, width 6” to 8”, one stem
                                                                            267. “McDonalds” - Designer’s Choice
227. Large or Giant Dahlia - width over 8”, one stem
                                                                            DIVISION - 00973 - JUNIOR CONTAINER GROWN PLANTS
DIVISION - 00966 - HOSTA LEAVES
                                                                            Entry should be named
(Mature leaves that represent variety, named)
                                                                            CLASS
CLASS
228. Miniature leaf, same variety, width less than 1”, 3 leaves             268. Foliage plant, one variety per pot
229. Small leaf, same variety (solid), width 1” but under 3”, 1 stem        269. Succulent or Cactus, one plant per pot
230. Small leaf, same variety (variegated), width 1” but under 3”, 1 stem   270. Closed Terrarium - Lid may be removed for judging
231. Medium leaf, solid varieties, width 3” but under 5”, 1 stem            271. *SPECIAL CLASS - Philodendron
                                                                                             Open Class Premium Book - 2

                                                                             DIVISION - 00986 - GRANDIFLORA ROSES
                                                                             (Naturally grown, foliage attached, named)
                                                                             CLASS
                                                                             329. Any Variety, one bloom, disbudded
                                                                             330. Any Variety, one spray

      DEPARTMENT - THIRD FLOWER SHOW                                         DIVISION - 00987 - CLIMBER SHRUB ROSES
 ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS,SPECIMENS & PLANTS                                    (Naturally grown, foliage attached, named)
                                                                             CLASS
                                                                             331. One Variety, one stem
                        56th Annual Flower Show                              332. English Rose, one stem
    In Affiliation with the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs, Inc.
                                                                             DIVISION - 00988 - MINIATURE ROSES
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                    AUG. 1     (Naturally grown, foliage attached, named)
EXHIBITS DUE                              Thur., Aug. 23, 9 AM-12:30 AM      CLASS
                         @ Youth Activities Bldg. - NO EXCEPTIONS!!!         333. White, white blend, one bloom, disbudded
JUDGING                      Thur., Aug. 23, 1 PM @Youth Activities Bldg.    334. Yellow, yellow blend, one bloom, disbudded
RELEASE TIME                                   Sun., Aug. 26, 8 AM - 11 AM   335. Red, red blend, one bloom, disbudded
RULES                                                     See page 21-22     336. Pink, pink blend, one bloom, disbudded
                                                                             337. Orange, orange blend, orange red, one bloom, disbudded
                             “BYWAYS”
                                                                             338. Any other color, one bloom, disbudded
                                                                             339. Red, red blend, one spray
DIVISION - 00980 - TRADITIONAL DESIGN
                                                                             340. Pink, pink blend, one spray
CLASS
                                                                             341. White, white blend, one spray
301. “Glass Bowl” - Featuring Red Flowers
                                                                             342. Any other color, one spray
302. “Air Force Museum” - Black & White Design(foliage allowed)
303. “Kendrick Woods” - Including Roadside Material
                                                                             DIVISION - 00989 - ANNUALS
304. “Wahkeena Nature Preserve” - All Foliage Design
                                                                             (Foliage attached, entries must be named)
                                                                             CLASS
DIVISION - 00981 - NOVICE DESIGN
                                                                             343. Aster, one bloom, disbudded
CLASS
                                                                             344. Aster, three stems, same variety and color, disbudded
305. “German Village” - Including Fruits and/or Vegetables
                                                                             345. Salvia, any color, one spray
306. “Flag City” - A Patriotic Theme
                                                                             346. Cosmos, any color, one spray
307. “Kingwood Center” - Including a Cardinal
                                                                             347. Celosia, plumed, any variety, one stem
                                                                             348. Celosia, crested, any except dwarf, one stem, disbudded
DIVISION - 00982 - CREATIVE DESIGN
                                                                             349. Marigold, lg. flowered, one bloom over 3”
CLASS
                                                                             350. Marigold, over 2” but under 3”, 3 stems, same color/variety
308. “Ohio Sports” - Interpretive Design
                                                                             351. Marigold, under 2”, 3 stems, same color/variety
309. “Valley Hi” - Spiral Design
                                                                             352. Cleome, any color, one bloom, with seed pods
310. “Turtle Island Lighthouse” - Illuminary
                                                                             353. Snapdragons, Tall varieties, 1 stem, laterals removed
                                                                             354. Snapdragons, 3 stems, same variety & color, laterals
DIVISION - 00983 - *SPECIAL CLASS
                                                                                    removed
CLASS
                                                                             355. Sunflower, under 5”, any color, one bloom, disbudded
311. “Amish Village” - Including A Candle
                                                                             356. Sunflower, 5” and over, any color, one bloom, disbudded
312. “Mohican State Park” - Under 7”
                                                                             357. Round form, any annual not listed, disbudded
313. “King’s Island” - Using Weathered Wood
                                                                             358. Spike form, any annual not listed, laterals removed
                                                                             359. Spray form, any annual not listed
DIVISION - 00984 - HYBRID TEA ROSES
                                                                             360. *SPECIAL CLASS - Collection of 3 annuals, include spike, spray & round
(1 bloom, disbudded, foliage attached, stem length proportional, named)
CLASS
                                                                             DIVISION - 00990 - PERENNIALS & BIENNIALS
314. White, white blend
                                                                             (Foliage attached, entries must be named)
315. Yellow, yellow blend
                                                                             CLASS
316. Apricot, apricot blend, copper, russet                PREMIUMS
                                                                             361. Gaillardia, three stems, any variety, disbudded
317. Orange, orange blend                               FLORICULTURE
                                                    1st Place        $.00   362. Dianthus, any variety, same color, three stems
318. Orange Pink
                                                    2nd Place        $2.00   363. Hydrangea, named, one stem, laterals removed
319. Orange Red                                     rd Place        $1.00
                                                                             364. Achillea (yarrow), three stems, same variety
320. Pink                                                   ARTISTIC
                                                    1st Place        $.00   365. Coreopsis, three sprays, same variety
321. Pink blend
                                                    2nd Place        $6.00   366. Coneflower or Rudbeckia, any color, one bloom, disbudded
322. Red                                            rd Place        $.00   367. Daylily (Hemerocallis), one stem, any color, naturally grown
323. Red blend
                                                                             368. Round form, not listed, 4” & over, one stem, disbudded
324. Any other colors
                                                                             369. Round form, not listed, under 4”, one stem, disbudded
325. *SPECIAL CLASS - New introduction within the past  years
                                                                             370. Spike form, not listed, one stem, laterals removed
                                                                             371. Spray form, not listed, one stem
DIVISION - 00985 - FLORIBUNDA OR POLYANTHA ROSES
                                                                             372. *SPECIAL CLASS - Collection of 3 perennials, include spike, spray & round
(Naturally grown, foliage attached, named)
CLASS
                                                                             DIVISION - 00991 - BULBS, CORMS OR TUBERS
326. Pink or pink blend
                                                                             (Any other root bulb, corm or tuber not listed elsewhere)
327. Red or red blend
                                                                             CLASS
328. Any other color
                                                                             373. Round form, one stem, disbudded, i.e.; Begonia, Calla Lily
                                                                             374. Spike or spray, one stem, i.e.; Canna, Pineapple Lily
2 - Open Class Premium Book
                                                                                                                   RULES
DIVISION - 00992 - GLADIOLUS
                                                                               A.     All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
(One spike, laterals removed. Variegated varieties: color deter-               B.     PARKING - GOLD LOT. A one day GOLD parking permit will be given
mined by primary petal) (Large florets 3.5” or over, named)                           to exhibitors for Friday, August 17. This will be a hanging two-part
CLASS                                                                                 tag and the bottom part must be torn off and given to the gate
375. White, Green or Yellow                                                           personnel at the Gold Lot.
376. Orange, Peach or Salmon                                                   C.     All apiary product exhibits shall be produced by the exhibitor in his
377. Pink, Red or Rose                                                                own apiary or apiaries in Ohio that are currently registered with the
378. Lavender, Violet or Blue                                                         State Department of Agriculture.
379. Smokies, Brown or Tan                                                     D.     Only one exhibit in the same class may be made by the same person
                                                                                      or any member of his family from the same apiary or apiaries.
Miniature gladiolus floret under 3.5” , named                                  E.     Entries in all classes not worthy of a premium will be so designated
                                                          PREMIUMS                    by the judge.
CLASS                                                   FLORICULTURE
380. White, Green or Yellow                                                    F.     Observation hives can be released at the discretion of the
                                                1st Place              $.00
381. Orange, Peach, or Salmon                   2nd Place              $2.00          Department Director.
382. Pink, Red or Rose                          rd Place              $1.00                     SCALE OF POINTS FOR JUDGING
383. Lavender, Violet or Blue                              ARTISTIC            BEES
                                                1st Place              $.00   1    Uniformity of markings, queen, workers and drones                  20
384. Smokies, Brown or Tan
                                                2nd Place              $6.00   2.   Corrections of color and form                                      10
                                                rd Place              $.00
DIVISION - 00993 - DAHLIA                                                      3.   Queen, size, shape and behavior                                    25
(2 sets of true leaves attached, disbudded)                                    4.   General appearance and pattern of brood                            25
CLASS                                                                          5.   Appearance of observation hive                                     20
385. Small Dahlia, under 3”, 3 stems, any variety                                                             TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                   100
386. Pompon or Ball Dahlia, over 3.5”, one stem                                LIQUID HONEY
387. Cactus Dahlia, under 6”, one stem                                         1.   Appearance, suitability and uniformity of container                 5
388. Cactus Dahlia, 6” to 8”, one stem                                         2.   Uniform and accurate volume of honey                                5
389. Any other Dahlia, under 6”, one stem                                      3.   Freedom from crystals and impurities, including froth              25
390. Any other Dahlia, 6” to 8”, one stem                                      4.   Uniformity of honey                                                 5
391. Large or Giant Dahlia - over 8”, one stem                                 5.   Color and Clarity                                                  20
                                                                               6.   Flavor and Aroma                                                   20
                                                                               7.   Density: NO additional points below 16% water                      20
                   JUNIOR DEPARTMENT                                                            TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                                 100
                18 and under, list age on top of entry tag
                                                                               COMB HONEY
                                                                               1.   Uniformity and completeness of filling                             25
DIVISION - 00994 - JUNIOR ARTISTIC DESIGN
                                                                               2.   Cleanliness and general appearance of sections                     20
CLASS
                                                                               3.   Cappings and uniformity of whiteness                               20
392. “Football Hall Of Fame” - Including Mums
                                                                               4.   Quality of honey, flavor, and aroma                                20
393. “Great American Ball Park” - Designer’s Choice
                                                                               5.   Suitability and uniformity of section                              15
                                                                                                   TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                              100
DIVISION - 00995 - JUNIOR FLORICULTURE
                                                                               CHUNK OR CUT COMB HONEY IN FRAMES
(All entries must be named with foliage attached)
                                                                               1.   Quality of honey                                                   25
CLASS
                                                                               2.   Cappings:whiteness,completeness,evenness, stain                    25
394. Marigold, lg. variety, disbudded, 1 stem
                                                                               3.   Uniformity of color of honey throughout the combs                  20
395. Marigold, sm. variety, disbudded, 3 stems
                                                                               4.   Thickness of comb                                                  20
396. Zinnia, lg. flowered, 1 stem, disbudded
                                                                               5.   General appearance                                                 10
397. Zinnia, sm. flowered, 3 stems, disbudded
                                                                                                   TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                              100
398. Cactus Zinnia
                                                                               HONEY IN EXTRACTING FRAMES
399. Round form, disbudded, one bloom
                                                                               1.   Quality of honey                                                   25
400. Spike form, one stem, laterals removed
                                                                               2.   Cappings: whiteness, completeness, evenness, stain                 25
401. Spray form, one stem
                                                                               3.   Uniformity of color of honey throughout the combs                  20
402. *SPECIAL CLASS - Shasta Daisy
                                                                               4.   Thickness of comb fro ease of uncapping                            20
                                                                               5.   General appearance                                                 10
                                                                                                   TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                              100
                                                                               CHUNK HONEY
                       AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE                               1.   Uniformity, cleanliness, and general appearance of entry           30
                            & FLORICULTURE                                     2.   Freedom from impurities and granulation                            20
                                                                               3.   Quality of liquid honey                                            25
                                                                               4.   Quality and neatness of comb honey                                 20
Department Director -             David Hutchison, 419-999-5215                5.   Uniform and accurate volume of honey                                5
Superintendents                           Dawn Arheit, 419-647-8018                                TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                              100
Asst. Superintendent                         Earl Fair, 419-641-3861           CUT COMB HONEY IN PLASTIC OR FOIL BOXES
                                                                               1.   Accuracy and neatness of the cut edges of the comb                 20
           DEPARTMENT - BEES & HONEY                                           2.   Uniform depth and neatness of the comb honey                       20
                                                                               3.   Complete uniform and clean cappings                                20
                                                                               4.   Quality, quantity, and uniformity of honey                         20
                                                                               5.   Freedom from leakage and general appearance of pack                20
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                    AUG. 1
                                                                                                   TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                              100
EXHIBITS DUE                                    Fri., Aug. 17, 3 PM - 8 PM
                                                                               BEESWAX
                                                @Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
                                                                               1.   Color (straw or canary yellow)                                     30
ENTRY LIMIT                          One Per Person or Family Per Class
                                                                               2.   Cleanliness (free from honey and impurities)                       35
JUDGING                      Sat., Aug. 18, 10 AM @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
                                                                               3.   Uniformity of apparentness                                         20
RELEASE TIME                                  Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11 AM      4.   Freedom from cracking and shrinkage                                15
                                                                                                   TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS                              100
                                                                                                      Open Class Premium Book - 2
                                                                                                                         RULES
HONEY COOKIES/MUFFINS/BREADS                                                         A.     All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
1.    Flavor                                          20                             B.     If uncertain where an entry should be entered, Call the Director
2.    Aroma                                           20                                    or a Superintendent listed above. We are eager that all entries
3.    Crumbs                                          20                                    be judged rather than disqualified.
4.    General Appearance                              20                             C.     One entry per class per exhibitor. NO DOUBLE ENTRIES.
5.    Uniform Site                                    20                             D.     ALL SEWING ARTICLES SHOULD BE MADE AND/OR
                               TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS 100                                    FINISHED N THE CURRENT FAIR YEAR with the exception
Best of Show for Bees & Queens
                                                                                            of those quilts that were disqualified by the judge and told to
Class 1 - Rosette                       PREMIUMS
                                             Class 1               $10/$7/$5                re-enter them the following year in the correct category.
                                             Classes 2,3,4         $5/$3/$2          E.     Furniture not accepted in any class.
Best of Show, Single
                                             Classes 5,7 8,9 $4/$2.50/$1.75          F.     All articles are displayed at the owner’s risk. Hostesses are on
Specimen in Hive Products,
                                             Classes 6,10,11,12,13  $4/$3/$2                duty each day of the Fair from the time the building is opened
Classes 2-8 - Rosette
                                                                                            until the building is closed.
Classes 10, 11, 12, 13, attach recipe. Sweeting used in baked goods                  G.     No store bought items. All items must be homemade. Unless
must contain not less that one half honey. Please display in plastic                        otherwise noted.
bags or covered to keep out insects or dust.                                         H.     All pictures must be ready to hang.
                                                                                     I.     Superintendent may refuse articles if they are not neat and
DIVISION - 00999                                                                            clean, or if the article is too large for the space available.
CLASS                                                                                J.     Quilts, both pieced and appliquéed should be entered in the
1.    BEES & QUEENS                                                                         category of the technique which predominates. All quilts must
      Any variety, queen, her bees, on frame of brood to be shown                           be made by exhibitor, unless noted otherwise.
      in observation hive. Queen must be marked. Observation hive                    K.     Incomplete, torn or soiled quilts will not be eligible for a ribbon
      must be capable of being secured.                                                     or premium.
2.    EXTRACTED HONEY (water white to light amber)                                   L.     First, second and third place ribbons will be given in each class
      Display of three pounds of extracted honey packed in standard                         unless the judges decide the articles are unworthy of a grade.
      glass queenline one pound containers.                                                 The judge’s decision is FINAL!
3.    EXTRACTED HONEY (amber to dark)                                                M.     Check each Division closely as new classes may have been
      Display of three pounds of extracted honey packed in standard                          added or moved from one section to another.
      glass queenline one pound containers.                                          N.     Incomplete entries will not be accepted.
4.    COMB HONEY (plastic rounds or wood sections)                                   O.     All items must remain until release time Sunday am., or you
      Display of three sections. The comb honey samples should be                           relinquish any premium.
      submitted in a container suitable for market.
5.    CHUNK OR CUT COMB HONEY IN FRAMES
6.    HONEY IN EXTRACTING FRAMES
      Display two shallow frames in cellophane wrapped or any other                                  PREMIUMS                       EACH DIVISION
      protection exhibitor may choose.                                                         1st Place      $.00                   RECEIVES
7.    CHUNK HONEY                                                                              2nd Place      $4.00                 BEST OF SHOW
      Display of three pounds of chunk and extracted honey packed                              rd Place      $.00                  Rosette & $.00
      in standard one pound containers.
8.    CUT COMB HONEY
      Display of three sections of honey in plastic of foil boxers.                  DIVISION - 10110 - LARGE QUILT - MUST BE QUILTED
9.    BEESWAX One piece ( 2 lbs. Minimum)                                            (This includes all lap quilts to King size)(shortest side not less than 54 inches)
10. HONEY - DROP COOKIES                                                             CLASS (No professionally quilted quilts in this division)
11. HONEY SQUARES OR RECTANGLE COOKIES                                               1.   Pieced, Hand Quilted - Any quilt that is predominately pieced
12. HONEY MUFFINS                                                                         and is hand quilted.
13. HONEY BREAD                                                                      2.   Pieced, Machine Quilted - Any quilt that is predominately pieced
                                                                                          and is machine quilted.
                                                                                     3.   Applique - Any quilt that is predominately appliquéed.
                                                                                     4.   Mixed Media - Any quilt that employs two (2) or more techniques
                             FAMILY ARTS & CRAFTS                                         in significant amounts.
                                                                                     5.   Open Class - Whole cloth, stenciled, trapunto, embroidered,
                                                                                          cross-stitch, picture, kits, etc.
                                                                                     6.   Group Quilted - Quilt made by two or more people.
Department Director -                  James Stewart, 19-231-07                   7.   Beginner’s First Quilt - A novice quilter may enter his/her first
Superintendents                             Vicki Hauenstein, 419-64-4012                quilt if it was completed since last fair. Beginners must be
                                         Assistant: Elaine Fisher, 419-8-8;          completely done by that person.
                              Helpers: Carol Ginter, Arlene Derringer, Dianna Hall   $50.00 Award for BEST OF SHOW from West Central Ohio Quilters Guild

                                                                                     DIVISION - 10111 - SMALL QUILTS - MUST BE QUILTED
 DEPARTMENT - SEWING & NEEDLE ARTS                                                   CLASS (No professionally quilted quilts in this division)
                                                                                     1.    Small Wall, Hand Quilted - All sides must be 36” or shorter.
                                                                                     2.    Small Wall, Machine Quilted - All sides must be 36” or shorter.
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                         Aug. 1        3.    Large Wall, Hand Quilted - Two or more sides must be longer
QUILT EXHIBITS DUE                        Wed., Aug. 1, 8 AM - 9:00 AM @                  than 36”, but not longer than 60”. Larger wall hangings should
                                                       Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.                be entered in the Large Quilt Division under appropriate
SEWING EXHIBITS DUE                           Wed., Aug. 1, 2 PM -  PM @                 category.
                                                       Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.          4.    Large Wall, Machine Quilted - Two or more sides must be
QUILT JUDGING                                      Wed., Aug. 1, 9:0 AM                  longer than 36”, but not longer than 60”. Larger wall hangings
ALL OTHER JUDGING                                       Thur., Aug. 16, 9 AM               should be entered in the Large Quilt Division under appropriate
RELEASE TIME                                     Sun., Aug. 26,  AM - 11 AM               category.
2 - Open Class Premium Book
5.    Doll or Miniature Quilts - Scaled down version of a large quilt         DIVISION - 10118 - CROCHETING/TATTING
      design. Maximum size 20” x 20” or 80” perimeter.                        CLASS
6.    Child’s Quilt - Any quilt made for a child or with a subject relating   1.    Bedspread
      to children that is crib size or smaller. Larger children’s quilts      2.    Tablecloths - Minimum size 48”
      should be entered in the Large Quilt Division under appropriate         3.    Doilies - 14” and over - NOT TO BE MOUNTED
      category.                                                               4.    Doilies - under 14” - NOT TO BE MOUNTED
7.    Other Quilted Articles - Placemates, vest, purses, animals, etc.        5.    Purse
      NO pillows, table runners or wall hangings.                             6.    Doll Clothes (on or off doll)
8.    Table Runners                                                           7.    Crochet Article not listed
$25.00 award for BEST OF SHOW from Bluffton Scrap Artist Quilters             DIVISION - 10119 - KNITTING
$25.00 BEST OF SHOW for Hand Quilting from Town & Country Quilters            CLASS
                                                                              1.    Sweater
DIVISION - 10112 - 2012 ALLEN COUNTY QUILT CHALLENGE                          2.    Cape, Vest or Shaw
CLASS (How creative are you?)                                                 3.    Baby Sweater
1.    Theme: Stars & Stripes (Does not need to be Red, White & Blue);         4.    Baby Set (2 or more pieces)
      Length: 18 inches to 24 inches; Width: 18 inches to 24 inches.          5.    Decorative Pot Holder
      Must be completely done by exhibitor.                                   6.    Knitted Doll including face and body
                                                                              7.    Knitted Toy
Prizes will be given; Ribbons Only - Prizes Donated - No Payout -             8.    Doll Clothes
No Best of Show Rosette                                                       9.    Knitted Article not listed
DIVISION - 10113 - PROFESSIONALLY QUILTED
                                                                              DIVISION - 10120 - RUGS (No wall hangings)
(Top made by one or more person and quilted (machine or hand) by
                                                                              CLASS
another who was paid. Either party may enter)
                                                                              1.    Woven
CLASS
                                                                              2.    Crochet
1.     Large Quilt (shortest side 80 inches or over)
                                                                              3.    Latch Hooked
2.     Medium Quilt (shortest side 54 inches or longer to longest up
                                                                              4.    Hooked
       to 80 inches)
                                                                              5.    Any Rug not listed
3.     Small Quilt - All sides 54 inches and under NO WALL
                                                                                                                              PREMIUMS
       HANGINGS
                                                                              DIVISION - 10121 - PILLOWS               1st Place       $.00
4.     Small Wall - All sides 36 inches or shorter
                                                                              CLASS                                    2nd Place       $4.00
5.     Large Wall - Two or more sides must be longer than 36 inches,
                                                                              1.    Needlepoint                        rd Place       $.00
       but no longer than 64”
Gift Certificate award for Best of Show from Lima Sewing Center               2.    Crochet
                                                                              3.    Pieced - Not to be quilted
DIVISION - 10114 - COMFORTERS - (PREDOMINANTLY TIED)                          4.    Counted Cross Stitch
CLASS                                                                         5.    Embroidery/Crewel
1. Large - 2 sides must be 72” or more                                        6.    Candlewick
2. Small - sides must be less than 72”                                        7.    Quilted
3. Baby - crib size or smaller                                                8.    Any Pillow not listed

                                                                              DIVISION - 10122 - HAND EMBROIDERY
DIVISION - 10115 - NOVELTY
                                                                              CLASS (No framed pictures in this division, edges need to be finished)
CLASS
                                                                              1.    Dresser Scarf/Table Runner
1.       Novelty - Yoyo, cathedral window, crazy quilt, or any quilt that
                                                                              2.    Any Pillowcase, Embroidered, Cross Stitched or Combined
         is not quilted or quilting does not show on one of the sides
                                                                                    Stitches
2.       Any quilt top made prior to the year 2000, finished in the past
                                                                              3.    Counted Cross Stitch
         year (this may include antique) YOU must have quilted and
                                                                              4.    Cross Stitch Towel or Bib
         finished within the past year. YOU must add a 25 word or less
                                                                              5.    Silk Ribbon Embroidery
         paragraph, pinned to the quilt for judging, describing what YOU
                                                                              6.    Needlepoint Canvas
         did to finish the quilt
                                                                              7.    Needlepoint Plastic
3.       Any article made from an old quilt (Jackets, purses, vest, etc.)
                                                                              8.    Penny Rug
         Must have been made by the exhibitor
                                                                              9.    Holiday Stocking (Must be embroidered any fashioned and
Gift certificate award for BEST OF SHOW from Forever in Stitches, Bluffton
                                                                                    finished)
                                                                              10. Any Other
DIVISION - 10116 - AFGHANS
CLASS
                                                                              DIVISION -10123- SEWING, HOMEMADE CHILDREN’S CLOTHING
1.    Crochet Afghan
                                                                              CLASS (Need to have been made in the past year)
2.    Crochet Baby Afghan
                                                                              1.    Girl’s Play Clothes (no dresses)
3.    Knitted Afghan
                                                                              2.    Boy’s Play Clothes
4.    Knitted Baby Afghan
                                                                              3.    Dress to six 6X
5.    Embroidered Afghan
                                                                              4.    Dress 6X to Girls’s 14
                                                                              5.    Girls Nightwear
DIVISION - 10117 - CROCHETING
                                                                              6.    Boys Nightwear
CLASS
                                                                              7.    Children’s Costume
1.    Sweater
                                                                              8.    Child’s Coat or Jacket
2.    Cape, Vest or Shaw
                                                                              9.    Embellished Home sewn garment
3.    Baby Sweater
                                                                              10. Accessories (scarf, hat, etc)
4.    Baby Set (2 or more pieces)
                                                                              11. Machine Embroidered outfit (one or more pieces, the outfit
5.    Decorative Pot Holder
                                                                                    must be homemade with machine embroidery on it).
6.    Crochet Doll including face and body
                                                                              12. Novice (First year seamstress, any article, only one item allowed)
7.    Crochet Toy
                                                                              13. Any garment not listed
                                                                                      Open Class Premium Book - 29

DIVISION - 10124 - SEWING, HOMEMADE - ADULT CLOTHING                     Any clothing or accessory item from any division may be included in
CLASS (Worn by someone 16 or older)                                      the Homemakers Style Show. Please designate and bring a written
1.     Lady’s Dress                                                      description in with your entry which is due August 1st., or with your
2.     Lady’s Suit                                                       open class entry on Wednesday, August 15th.
3.     Lady’s Nightwear
4.     Vest                                                             JUVENILE SEWING AND NEEDLE ARTS*
5.     Adult Costume                                                    (Nothing can come out of 4-H Booths) (Youth through 16 years)
6.     Coat or Jacket
7.     Embellished Home sewn garment                                    DIVISION - 10130 - QUILTING
8.     Machine Embroidered Outfit (one or more pieces, the outfit       CLASS
       must be homemade with machine embroidery on it)                  1.    Large Quilt
9.     Formal Dress (may include wedding gown)                          2.    Wall Quilt
10. Any Garment not listed                                              3.    Comforter
11. Accessories                                                         4.    Any other quilted article
Division 10123 & 10124 may be entered in the homemakers
style show, include description with entry                              DIVISION - 10131 - MISCELLANEOUS HAND WORK
                                                                        CLASS
DIVISION - 10125 - SEWING, NON-CLOTHING HOMEMADE                        1.    Crochet Article
CLASS                                                                   2.    Knitted Article
1.    Embellished Home Sewn Item                                        3.    Woven Rug
2.    Doll Clothes (On Doll)                                            4.    Latch Hooked Rug
3.    Cloth Doll
4.    Toy or Animal                                                     DIVISION - 10132 - EMBROIDERY
5.    Purse, Tote, Backpack, (May be modeled)                           CLASS                                             PREMIUMS
6.    Sewn Fleece Coverlet                                              1.    Embroided Item                       1st Place       $.00
7.    Any sewing article not listed                                     2.    Cross Stitch Item                    2nd Place       $4.00
These next two classes may be made on a store boughten item                                                        rd Place       $.00
such as a sweatshirt, t-shirt, napkin, tablecloth,etc.                  DIVISION - 10133 - SEWING
8.    Machine embroidery                                                CLASS
9.    Embellished item                                                  1.    Handmade Clothing Article
                                                                        2.    Any Other Sewing Article
DIVISION - 10126 - MACHINE EMBROIDERY                                   3.    Pillow
CLASS
1.    Home Decor (Tablecloth, runner, napkins, etc.) a decorated item   DIVISION - 10134 - HANDCRAFT
2.    “Free Standing” Lace                                              CLASS
3.    Christmas                                                         1.    Wreath
ornament                                                                2.    Scrapbook Page
4.    Machine Quilt Square Single                                       3.    Beadwork
                                                                        4.    Greeting Card
DIVISION - 10127 - PICTURES - COUNTED CROSS STITCH
CLASS (Must be ready to hang)
1.    Counted Cross Stitch 6-11 ct. fabric                               DEPARTMENT- HOMEMAKERS STYLE SHOW
2.    Counted Cross Stitch 14-18 ct. fabric
3.    Counted Cross Stitch 22-50 ct. fabric
                                                                        Coordinators -           Vicki Hauenstein, 419-643-4012;
4.    Sampler
5.    Verse/Sayings                                                                        Dianna Hall, 419-649-7603; Cindy High
6.    Holidays                                                          ENTRY & DESCRIPTION DEADLINE
7.    5” x 7”                                                                           Wed., Aug. 15 @ Administration Building
8.    Wall Hanging, Bell Pull, or any other Ready-to-Hang item          EXHIBITS DUE Tue., Aug. 21, 2-3:30 PM @ Youth Act. Bldg.
9.    Miniature
                                                                                                STYLE SHOW
DIVISION - 10128 - PICTURES - ANY OTHER NEEDLEWORK                                     Tuesday, August 21 at 7:00 p.m.
TECHNIQUE
                                                                                          Youth Activities Building
CLASS (Must be ready to hang)
1.    Sampler                                                                                            RULES
2.    Verse/Sayings                                                     A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
3.    Holidays (May include stocking, but no embroidery)                B.    The Style Show is open to any seamstress, residing in Allen
4.    5” x 7”                                                                 County and to all seamstresses residing in other counties open
5.    Miniature Picture                                                       to Allen County exhibitors or a seamstress who is a 4-H advisor
6.    Cross-Stitch picture (not counted, pre-marked)                          in Allen County.
7.    Any picture not listed                                            C.    All outfits must be constructed by an adult (over age 19).
                                                                        D.    Contestants may enter as many classes as they would like in the
DIVISION - 10129 - WALL HANGINGS                                              adult division as long as they limit it to one outfit per class.
CLASS (Must be ready to hang - No quilted pieces unless specified)      E.    Participants may sew for as many children or school age children
1.    Latch Hooked                                                            as they would like.
2.    Woven                                                             F.    An outfit may be modeled ONLY one year.
3.    Hooked                                                            G.    No garment may be taken out of the 4-H booths.
4.    Cheater Cloth Quilted Wall Hanging (Not larger than 54”)          H.    Label outfit with name of seamstress.
5.    Any wall hanging not listed                                       I.    Typed description needs to be in with entry by cut off date.
                                                                        J.    Entries may also be entered in Open Class.
30 - Open Class Premium Book
                             PREMIUMS                                            6.    Nightwear
1.     Ribbons given in each class, with a Best of Show Rosette                  7.    Coats and Jackets
       depending on number of entries.                                           8.    Embellished Garments
2.     An Honorable Mention ribbon will be given at the Judge’s discretion.      9.    Crochet/Knitted
3.     A BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE will be given in each class.                       10.   Accessories
4.     THE BEST OF SHOW winners will be chosen first, excluding
       them from competition with other garments.                                DIVISION - 10215 - TEEN (Ages 16-18)
5.     Each model will receive a participation ribbon.                           (Made and modeled by the teen, nothing from 4-H booths)
                                                                                 CLASS
DIVISION - 10210 - ADULT (AGE 19 and OLDER)                                      1.    Crochet/Knitted
CLASS                                                                            2.    School Clothes
1.    Spectator/Active Sports (Casual) - examples include pantsuits,             3.    Formal Wear
      skirts, pants and top combinations, vests, shorts, jogging outfits,        4.    Nighwear (make sure appropriate to model)
      split skirts, bathing suits, etc.                                          5.    Coats & Jackets
2.    Embellished Garments - example machine embroidery, ribbon                  6.    Accessories
      embroidery, on either purchased or hand sewn garments
3.    Crocheted or Knitted Garment - sweater, vest or total outfit               DIVISION - 10216 - FAMILY COORDINATING
4.    Day Wear (Dress-Up) - examples include dresses, like worn to               (These will be classed together if limited number of entries)
      the office, other dress-up wear, etc.                                      CLASS
5.    Formal (Dress-Up) - examples include cocktail dresses, mother              1.    Family Coordinating Outfits
      of the bride, etc.                                                               A. Mother and/or Father with Children
6.    Coats, Jackets and Suits - may be summer, winter-lined, unlined,                 B. Grandparent with Children
      etc. Suits may include pantsuits                                                 C. Family of Children - must be related
7.    Costume                                                                    2.    Embellished Garments
8.    Nightwear - pajamas, nightgowns, bathrobes, lounging wear                  3.    Crocheted or Knitted Garment
9.    Accessory - hat, scarf, gloves, purse, etc.
                                                                                 DIVISION - 10217 - WEDDING
DIVISION - 10211 - INFANTS (AGES up to 2 years of age)                           CLASS
CLASS                                                                            1.    Bridesmaid/Attendants
1.    Christening Gown                                                           2.    Flower Girl
2.    Playwear                                                                   3.    Wedding Gown (Wedding party may model together)
3.    Sleepwear
4.    Costume
5.    Dress-Up Outfit
6.    Embellished Garments
7.    Crochet/Knitted                                                                      USE ENTRY FORM BELOW FOR THIS DIVISION
8.    Accessories                                                                            SUBMIT TO: Fair Administration Office or
                                                                                                  email - vicki55hauen@aol.com
DIVISION - 10212 - TODDLER (AGES 2-5)                                                                2750 Harding Highway
CLASS                                                                                                    Lima, OH 45804
1.    Accessories
2.    Dress-Up Outfit/Formal Wear
3.    Play Clothes (not a school outfit) - ex. include: shorts, jeans, T-shirt   NAME OF DIVISION
4.    Costume
5.    Nightwear                                                                  NAME OF CLASS
6.    Coats and Jackets
7.    Embellished Garments                                                       NAME OF SEAMSTRESS
8.    Crochet/Knitted
                                                                                 ADDRESS
DIVISION - 10213 - CHILDREN (Kindergarten - 12 years)
CLASS                                                                            PHONE
1.    Spectator/Activie Sportswear
2.    Dress-Up Outfit                                                            NAME OF MODEL
3.    School Clothes
4.    Formal Wear                                                                NOTE: Attach a description to be used by a narrator. Include anything
5.    Costume                                                                        unusual about the outfit, features, fabric, cost, occasion for
6.    Nightwear                                                                      wearing, etc. Also include the name of the model(s). Include
7.    Coats and Jackets                                                              pattern company and number. We would appreciate it if you
8.    Embellished Garments                                                           write your description in the manner you would like to have
9.    Crochet/Knitted                                                                it read!
10. Accessories
                                                                                 PATTERN COMPANY & NUMBER
DIVISION - 10214 - TEEN (Ages 13-19)
CLASS
1.    Spectator/Active Sportswear
2.    Dress-Up Outfit
                                                                                         DESCRIPTION (Deadline due August 15)
3.    School Clothes
4.    Formal We
                ar                                                                        (Please use a separate sheet of paper
5.    Costume                                                                                   and attach to entry form)
                                                                                            Open Class Premium Book - 1

                                                                              DIVISION - 10305 - GREETING CARD
     DEPARTMENT - DOMESTIC AND APPLIED ARTS                                   CLASS
                                                                              1.    ORNATE
                                                                              2.    Embossed (Dry or Heat)
DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR -                  James Stewart, 419-231-4807            3.    Stamped
Superintendent                               Gene Davis, 419-229-224         4.    Fancy Folded
Assistants                               Brenda Ransom, 419-222-8241          5.    Reversed Embossed

ENTRY DEADLINE                                                       Aug. 1   DIVISION - 10306 - GIFT WRAPPING
EXHIBITS DUE          Wed., Aug. 1, 2 PM -  PM@Ag. & Fine Arts Bldg.        Must use Gift Wrap - No Bags or Cellophane
JUDGING                      Thur., Aug. 16, 8 AM@ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.       CLASS
RELEASE TIME                                   Sun., Aug. 26,  AM - 11 AM    1.    Dr. Seuss
                                                                              2.    Baptism
                                  RULES                                       3.    21st Birthday
A.     All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.     4.    Red Hat
B.     Exhibitors will be limited to 14 entries per department.
C.     Only one entry may be made in a class. NO DOUBLE                       DIVISION - 10307 - STAINED & LAQUERED WOODCRAFT
       ENTRIES.                                                               CLASS
D.     Any article exhibited should be made in the current fair year.         1.    Wagon/Cart
E.     Furniture not accepted in any class.                                   2.    Antique Replica
F.     All articles are displayed at the owner’s risk. Hostesses are on       3.    Miniature
       duty each day of the Fair from the time the building is opened         4.    Toy
       until the time the building is closed.                                 5.    Small Furniture
G.     Superintendents may refuse to take articles if they are not neat       6.    Any Other Stained/Lacquered Woodcraft
       and clean, or if the article is too large for the space available.
H.     First, second and third place ribbons will be given in each class,     DIVISION - 10308 HAND CARVING
       unless the judges decide the articles are unworthy of a grade.         CLASS
       The judge’s decision is FINAL!                                         1.    Bird
                                                                              2.    Fish
                                                                              3.    Animal
EACH DIVISION RECEIVES BEST OF SHOW                     Rosette & $5.00       4.    Toy
DIRECTOR’S CHOICE AWARD (All Divisions)                          $10.00       5.    Miniature
                                                                              6.    Relief Carving
DIVISION - 10301 - HANDCRAFT                                                  7.    Any Other Hand Carved Item
CLASS
1.    Porcelain Doll                                                          DIVISION - 10309 - OTHER WOODCRAFT TECHNIQUES
2.    Leather                                                                 CLASS
3.    Polymer Clay: Animals, Jewelry, etc                                     1.    Intarsia
4.    Mosaics: Glass, Paper, Stone, Plastic, etc.                             2.    Wood Inlay
5.    Pottery: Handmade                                                       3.    Scroll
6.    Glass Art                                                               4.    Lathe
7.    Any Buckeye OHIO                                                        5.    Woodburning
8.    Tin Punch                                                               6.    Any Other Technique not listed
                                                                              7.    Any Painted Woodcraft
DIVISION - 10302 - WREATHS
CLASS                                                                         DIVISION - 10310 - GOURDS
1.    Winter                                                                  CLASS
2.    Election                                                                1.    Painted - under 6 inches
3.    Swag                                                                    2.    Painted - over 6 inches
                                                                              3.    Burned - under 6 inches
DIVISION - 10303 - SCRAPBOOKING (any size-1 page 1-side only)                 4.    Burned - over 6 inches
(Must be in plastic protector)                                                5.    Birdhouse
CLASS                                                                         6.    Animal
1.    Dogs
2.    Fall                              PREMIUMS                              DIVISION 10311 - RECYCLING (you must change something that
3.    Ohio State Buckeyes       1st Place           $.00                     was already made to look like something new)
4.    Vacation                  2nd Place            $4.00                    CLASS
5.    Allen County Fair         rd Place           $.00                     1.    Glass
6.     Down On The Farm                                                       2.    Plastic
                                                                              3.    Paper
DIVISION - 10304 - BEADING                                                    4.    Metal
CLASS                                                                         5.    Wood
1.    Purse                                                                   6.    Fabric
2.    Necklace
3.    Bracelet
4.    Whole Set of Jewelry
5.    Holiday
6.    Any other beaded article
32 - Open Class Premium Book
                DEPARTMENT -                                                     DIVISION - 10404 - TOMATOES (Pt or Qt Jar)
      CONSERVED PRODUCTS CANNED GOODS                                            CLASS
                                                                                 1.    Red Tomatoes
Department Director -                     James Stewart, 419-231-4807            2.    Yellow Tomatoes
Superintendent:                             Terry Acheson, 419-230-8156          3.    Green Tomatoes
Assistants:                                Barb Acheson, 419-227-9949;           4.    Tomato Juice
                                        Tammy Boughan, 419-641-2914;             5.    Tomato Puree
                                          Cindy Cummins, 419-302-5802            6.    Catsup
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                        Aug. 1     7.    Chili Sauce
EXHIBITS DUE         Thur., Aug. 16, 11 AM - 1 PM@Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.           8.    Spaghetti Sauce
JUDGING                            Fri., Aug. 17, 10 AM @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.   9.    Salsa
RELEASE TIME                                       Sun.,Aug.26,7AM-11AM
                                 RULES                                           DIVISION - 10405 - CANNED GOODS - JELLIES (1/2 Pt or Pt Jar)
A.   All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.          CLASS
B.   ALL ENTRIES MUST BE IN JARS AND PROPERLY NAMED,                             1.    Cherry
     DATED AND LABELED.                                                          2.    Grape
C.   Only one entry may be made in a class by each exhibitor.                    3.    Peach
D.   Entries in this department must be prepared by the actual                   4.    Plum
     exhibitor within the current fair season.                                   5.    Raspberry
E.   All canned goods with the exception of herbs, dried fruits, and             6.    Blackberry
     vegetables must be shown with the lid rings removed.                        7.    Mint
F.   No canned food will be opened during judging. Do not remove                 8.    Pear
     parafin.                                                                    9.    Any Other
G.   Parifin is allowed for jams, jellies and butter classes only.
                                                                                 DIVISION - 10406 - CANNED GOODS - JAMS (1/2 Pt or Pt Jar)
DIVISION - 10401 - FRUIT (Pt or Qt Jar)                                          CLASS
CLASS                                                                            1.    Grape
1.    Applesauce                                                                 2.    Peach
2.    Apricot                                                                    3.    Raspberry
3.    Blackberries                                                               4.    Strawberry
4.    Cherries                                                                   5.    Pear
5.    Pears                                                                      6.    Blackberry
6.    Peaches
7.    Plums                                                                      DIVISION - 10407 - HERBS - DRIED
8.    Rhubarb                                                                    (Pint Jars Only-Does Not Need to be Completely Full)
9.    Raspberries                                                                CLASS
10. Apples                                                                       1.     Oregano
11. Strawberries                                                                 2.     Thyme
12. Any Pie Fillings                                                             3.     Peppermint
13. Gooseberries                                                                 4.     Spearmint
14. Pineapple                                                                    5.     Sage
15. Mixed Fruit                                                                  6.     Dill
                                                                                 7.     Chive
DIVISION - 10402 - PICKLED FRUITS & PICKLED VEGETABLES (Pt or Qt Jar)            8.     Rosemary
CLASS                                                                            9.     Garlic
1.    Bread & Butter Pickles                                                     10. Parsley
2.    Dill Pickles                                                               11. Catnip
3.    Pickled Mix                                                                12. Tarragon
4.    Sweet Pickles
5.    Pickled Beets                                                              DIVISION - 10408 - DRIED VEGETABLES (Pt. or Qt. Jar)
6.    Pickle Relish                                                              CLASS
7.    Corn Relish                                                                1.    Peas
8.    Pickled Eggs                                                               2.    Corn
9.    Pickled Peppers                                                            3.    Tomatoes
10. Pickled Onions                                                               4.    Peppers
                                                                                 5.    Onions
DIVISION - 10403 - VEGETABLES (Pt or Qt Jar)                                     6.    Mushrooms
CLASS                                                                            7.    Mixed Vegetables
1.    Green Beans                                                                8.    Carrots
2.    Yellow Beans                                                               9.    Potatoes
3.    Cauliflower                                                                10. Beans Any Variety
4.    Succotash
5.    Carrots
6.    Corn
7.    Peas
                                                                                                 PREMIUMS
8.    Potatoes
                                                                                        1st Place           $4.00
9.    Sweet Potatoes
                                                                                        2nd Place           $.00
10. Pumpkin
                                                                                        rd Place           $2.00
11. Squash
12. Sauerkraut
13. Vegetable Soup
14. Peppers
                                                                                          Open Class Premium Book - 
DIVISION - 10409 - DRIED FRUITS (Pt or Qt Jar)
CLASS                                                                        DIVISION - 10502 - QUICK BREADS
1.    Apple                                                                  CLASS (Please enclose in a ziploc bag)
2.    Peaches                                                                1.    Banana Bread (large loaf)
3.    Bananas                                                                2.    Pumpkin Bread (large loaf)
4.    Pineapple                                                              3.    Zucchini Bread (large loaf)
5.    Strawberries                                                           4.    Cornbread
6.    Kiwi                                                                   5.    Gingerbread
7.    Cranberries                                                            6.    3 Biscuits
8.    Oranges                                                                7.    Cake Doughnuts
9.    Mixed Fruits
10. Lemons                                                                   DIVISION - 10503 - MUFFINS & CUPCAKES
11. Limes                                                                    CLASS (3 shown on a plate in ziploc bag)
12. Cherries                                                                 1.    Blueberry Muffins
                                                                             2.    Chocolate Chip Muffins
DIVISION - 10410 - MISCELLANEOUS (Pt, Qt or appropriate bottle)              3.    Apple Muffins
CLASS                                                                        4.    Banana Muffins
1.    Vinegars                                                               5.    Lemon Cupcake
2.    1 lb. Homemade Noodles (shown in ziploc bag)                           6.    Chocolate Cupcake
3.    Apple Butter                                                           7.    Vanilla Cupcake
4.    Any other item not listed in show                                      8.    Banana Cupcake

EACH DIVISION RECEIVES BEST OF SHOW                    Rosette & $5.00       DIVISION - 10504 - COOKIES
DIRECTOR’S CHOICE AWARD (All Divisions)                        $10.00        CLASS (3 cookies shown on plate in ziploc bag)
                                                                             1.    Thumbprint
                                                                             2.    Chocolate Chip
       DEPARTMENT - BAKED GOODS                                              3.    Pineapple
                                                                             4.    Peanut Butter
Department Director -                James Stewart, 419-231-4807             5.    Lemon
Superintendent:                       Terry Acheson, 419-230-8156            6.    Butterscotch
Assistants: Barb Acheson, 419-227-9949; Tammy Boughan, 419-641-2914          7.    Chocolate
                   Cindy Cummins, 419-302-5802; Diana Johnson                8.    Oatmeal Raisin
                                                                             9.    Sugar - drop type - No icing
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                     Aug.1     10. Snickerdoddle
EXHIBITS DUE                                Thur., Aug. 16, 11 AM - 1 PM
                                                @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.       DIVISION - 10505 - BROWNIES & BAR COOKIES
JUDGING                        Thur., Aug. 16, 2 PM @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.   CLASS (3 shown on a plate in ziploc bag)
RELEASE TIME:                          Sunday, Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11 AM         1.    Blonde Brownie
                                                                             2.    Chocolate Brownie
                                  RULES                                      3.    Butterscotch Brownie
A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.     4.    Date Bar Cookie
B.    All exhibits must be displayed on white paper plates where             5.    Fruit Bar Cookie
      called for. This is for uniformity.                                    6.    Nut Bar Cookie
C.    Balance of exhibits may be removed after division has been             7.    Granola Bar
      judged.
D.    Only one entry may be made in a class by each exhibitor.               DIVISION - 10506 - CAKES (No Cake Mixes)
E.    Entries must be made by exhibitor.                                     CLASS
F.    Cake mixes are not allowed in cake classes.                            1.    White Cake
G.    All remaining entries not picked up by 7 pm, Thursday, August          2.    Chocolate Cake
      18 will be given to volunteer organizations working at the             3.    Red Velvet
      fairgrounds.                                                           4.    Carrot
                                                                             5.    Cheesecake
Each Division combined receive                                               6.    Pound Cake
BEST OF SHOW                                          Rosette & $5.00        7.    Angel Food (no icing)
                                                                             8.    Pineapple upside down cake
Division: Cupcakes, Cake and Junior Cake Decorating combined                 9.    Coffee Cake
DIRECTOR’S CHOICE AWARD                                $10.00                10. Peach upside down cake
                                                                             11. Bundt Cake
DIVISION - 10501 - YEAST BREAD
CLASS (Please enclose in a ziploc bag)
1.    White Bread
2.    Whole Wheat                                                                                        PREMIUMS
3.    Rye                                                                                  Divisions 1001-1008 & 1012 Each Class
4.    Sour Dough                                                                           1st Place                          $4.00
5.    Pumpernickel                                                                         2nd Place                          $.00
6.    Italian                                                                              rd Place                          $2.00
7.    Tea Ring                                                                             Divisions 1009-1011 & 101 Each Class
                                                                                           1st Place                          $.00
8.    3 Raised Doughnuts
                                                                                           2nd Place                          $4.00
9.    3 Cloverleaf Rolls
                                                                                           rd Place                          $.00
10. 3 Croissants
11. Any bread from bread machine
12. Vegetable Bread
3 - Open Class Premium Book
DIVISION - 10507 - CANDIES & GOODIES                                DIVISION - 10513 - JUNIOR CAKE DECORATING
CLASS (5 pieces on a plate or appropriate amount)                   (16 years & under)
1.    Chocolate Fudge                                               CLASS
2.    Peanut Butter Fudge                                           1.    Character
3.    Pumpkin Fudge                                                 2.    Easter
4.    Buckeyes                                                      3.    Birthday
5.    Mints                                                         4.    Patriotic
6.    Toffee
7.    Peanut Brittle
8.    Caramels
9.    Seafoam (Divinity)
10. Molded Chocolates
                                                                                 DIVISION - FAVORITE CASSEROLE
11. Suckers
                                                                    DIVISION - 10610 - CLASS 1
                                                                    FAVORITE CASSEROLE - 9 x 1 pan
DIVISION - 10508 - PIES (9” or less-shown in glass baking dish)
CLASS
1.    Apple                                                         ENTRY DEADLINE                                             Aug. 1
2.    Cherry                                                        EXHIBITS DUE                            Mon., Aug. 20, Noon - 1 PM
3.    Raisin                                                                                                  @Ag & Fine Arts Building
4.    Peach                                                         JUDGING                                      Mon., Aug. 20 @ 1 PM
5.    Pumpkin                                                                                                 @Ag & Fine Arts Building
6.    Strawberry
7.    Pear                                                                                         RULES
8.    Raspberry (Any Kind)
9.    Blueberry                                                     A.   All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
                                                                    B.   Recipes must be your own and attached.
                                                                    C.   Exhibits will be judged on taste, quality, texture, looks and
DIVISION - 10509 - DECORATED CUPCAKES (3 on a plate)                     originality.
CLASS                                                               D.   Premium payout will be three
1.    Christmas                                                          places with a Rosette for first
2.    Valentines                                                                                                       PREMIUMS
                                                                         place.
3.    St. Patricks                                                                                            1st Place             $.00
4.    Easter                                                                                                  2nd Place             $4.00
5.    Halloween                                                                                               rd Place             $.00
6.    1st Birthday
7.    Wedding
8.    4th of July
9.    New Years
                                                                                          DIVISION - TABLE SCAPES
DIVISION - 10510 - DECORATED CAKES
CLASS
1.    Single Tier                                                   DIVISION - 10611
2.    Multi Tier                                                    TABLE SCAPES
3.    Mini Cake not to exceed 6” overall
                                                                    ENTRY DEADLINE                                                   Aug. 1
DIVISION - 10511 - 21ST CENTURY BAKING - CAKE POPS (3 on a plate)   EXHIBITS DUE                            Mon., Aug. 20, Noon - 4 PM
(Open to all Ages)                                                                                             @Ag & Fine Arts Building
CLASS                                                               JUDGING                                        Mon., Aug. 20 @ 4 PM
1.     Character Cake Pop                                                                                      @Ag & Fine Arts Building
2.     Christmas Cake Pop                                           RELEASE TIME                            Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11:00 A.M.
3.     Halloween Cake Pop
4.     Birthday Cake Pop
5.     Patriotic Cake Pop                                                                          RULES
6.     Anniversary Cake Pop
                                                                    A.   All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.
DIVISION - 10512 - BAKED GOODS - JUNIOR BAKING DIVISION             B.   Must furnish own Card Table and Settings
(Youth 9 through 16 years old)                                      C.   No chairs.
CLASS                                                               D.   Must include menu which includes Appetizer - Main Course
1.    Chocolate Chip Cookies (3 to be shown on plate)                    - Dessert - Drink
2.    Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (3 to be shown on plate)
3.    Buckeyes (5 pieces on plate)                                  CLASS
4.    Chocolate Fudge (5 pieces on plate)                           1.   Setting for 2
5.    Apple Pie (9” or less)                                        2.   Buffet Setting                                 PREMIUMS
6.    Cherry Pie (9” or less)                                                                                  1st Place            $.00
7.    Chocolate Brownies                                                                                       2nd Place            $4.00
8.    Any Cake                                                                                                 rd Place            $.00
                                                                                           Open Class Premium Book - 

            DIVISION - COOKIE CHALLENGE                                      DIVISION - 10703 - POTTERY
                                                                             CLASS
DIVISION - 10612 - CLASS 1                                                   1.    Ceramic Spice Jar
COOKIE CHALLENGE                                                             2.    Shawnee Pottery
                                                                             3.    Indian Pottery
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                Aug. 1         4.    Stangl Pottery
EXHIBITS DUE                               Wed., Aug. 22, 3 PM - 4 PM        5.    Stenciled Crockery (no larger than 5 gallon)
                                            @Ag & Fine Arts Building
JUDGING                                    Wed., Aug. 22 @ 4:00 PM@
                                              Ag & Fine Arts Building        DIVISION - 10704 - FOR THE GENTS
                                                                             CLASS
                                 RULES                                       1.    Southwest Jewelry
A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.     2.    Old Fishing License
B.    Receipe of choice.                                                     3.    Pocket Match Safe
C.    Receipe must be attached                       PREMIUMS                4.    Barber Shop Item
D.    All Cookies must be Decorated         1st Place            $.00       5.    Cast Iron Bottle Opener
E.    6 Cookies shown on a decorative       2nd Place            $4.00       6.    Boot Brush
      plate or platter.                     rd Place            $.00
F.    Premium payout 3 places.
                                                                             DIVISION - 10705 - FOR THE GALS
                                                                             CLASS
                                                                             1.    Beaded Purse
              DEPARTMENT - ANTIQUES                                          2.    Dresser Set
                                                                                                                      SPECIAL NOTE: PLEASE TRY
                                                                                                                        TO ATTEND THE ANTIQUE
                                                                             3.    Southwest Jewelry                  WORKSHOP IF IN QUESTION
                                                                             4.    Small Music box                     AS TO THE CORRECT CLASS
Superintendent                        Charlene Stewart, 419-234-4510                                                   IN WHICH TO ENTER YOUR
                                                                             5.    Ladies Ivory Handled Knife
Ass’t Superintendents                 Peg Heil, 419-228-0003; Jill Renner                                                      ANTIQUES
                                                                             6.    Ladies Pin-On Watch
                                      Nancy Neumeier, 419-233-6338                                                           In the Board Room
                                                                                                                         underneath the Grandstand
                                                                                                                          Monday, July 23, 6:00 PM
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                      Aug. 1
                                                                             DIVISION - 10706 - PAPER
EXHIBITS DUE                                 Wed., Aug. 15, 2 PM - 7 PM
                                                                             CLASS
                                                 @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
                                                                             1.    Early 1900’s Wedding Picture
JUDGING                     Thur., Aug. 16, 8:30 AM @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
                                                                             2.    Report Card 1800-1935
RELEASE TIME                              Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11:00 A.M.
                                                                             3.    Children’s Song Book
                                                                             4.    Military Postcard
                                                                             5.    Any Holiday Postcard
                                  RULES
A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter
B.    Exhibitors will be LIMITED TO 14 ENTRIES PER ANTIQUE
                                                                             DIVISION - 10707 - ADVERTISING
      DEPARTMENT.
                                                                             CLASS
C.    Only one entry, may be made in a class. NO DOUBLE
                                                                             1.    Allen County Wall Clock
      ENTRIES.
                                                                             2.    Allen County Thermometer
D.    Previous premium item winners not permitted.
                                                                             3.    Allen County Bullet Pencil
E.    All articles are displayed at the owner’s risk.
                                                                             4.    Superior Coach Item
F.    Assistants are on duty each day of the Fair from the time the
                                                                             5.    Allen County Hardware Item
      building opens to the time the building is closed.
G.    Antiques will be judged on age, rarity and condition.                                                                 PREMIUMS
H.    First, second and third place ribbons will be given to each class,                                             1st Place          $.00
                                                                             DIVISION - 10708 - TOYS
      unless the judges decide the articles are not worthy of a grade.                                               2nd Place          $4.00
                                                                             CLASS
      The judges’ decisions are FINAL!                                                                               rd Place          $.00
                                                                             1.    Any Hard Rubber Toy
I.    Superintendents may refuse articles if they are not clean and                                                        BEST OF SHOW
                                                                             2.    Any Metal Toy Vehicle
      neat, or if the article is too large for the space available.                                                  Each Division      $.00
                                                                             3.    Kiddie Car
J.    Allen County items take priority.                                                                                  JUDGE’S CHOICE
                                                                             4.    Jack In The Box
                                                                                                                          $20.00 & Rosette
                                                                             5.    Pull Toy
DIVISION - 10701 - ANTIQUE GLASS
CLASS
                                                                             DIVISION - 10709 - SPECIALTY
1.    Mary Gregory (any color)
                                                                             CLASS
2.    Any Green Carnival
                                                                             1.    MIckey Mouse Pre 1950
3.    Coin Spot
                                                                             2.    Calendar Plate 1900-1920
4.    Ruby Souvenir Cup
                                                                             3.    Any Service Club or Lodge Item
5.    Glass Paper Weight
                                                                             4.    Any Framed Yard Long Picture
                                                                             5.    Any Worlds Fair Item
DIVISION - 10702 - CHINA
CLASS
1.    R.S. Prussia Bowl
2.    Beaded Nippon Cup
3.    Scenic Nippon Cup & Saucer
4.    Flo Blue Dinner Plate
5.    Oyster Plate
6.    Piano Baby 5” and under
3 - Open Class Premium Book
                                                                           DIVISION - 11120 - WATERCOLORS                 PREMIUMS
             FINE ARTS                                                     CLASS                                   1st Place           $.00
                                                                           1.    Animals                           2nd Place           $4.00
                                                                           2.    Flowers                           rd Place           $.00
                                                                           3.    Landscape/Waterscape              4th Place           $2.00
                                                                           4.    Still Life                        th Place           $1.00
Department Director -              Alice Bennett, 419-221-1100             5.    Figurative (one or more persons)        BEST OF SHOW
Superintendent                          Gary Acheson, 419-641-2843         6.    Architecture                             Rosette & $.00
Ass’t. Superintendents                  Kathy Acheson, 419-641-2843        7.    Others Not Listed
                                         Tony Cornett, 419-230-6079        8.    Age 12 and under, any ONE of the above classes

        DEPARTMENT - TWO DIMENSIONAL                                       Division - 11120 - BEST OF SHOW                    Rosette & $5.00

                                                                           DIVISION - 11130 - SKETCHES, CHALKS, COLORED PENCILS, INK, &
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                  Aug. 1     CHARCOAL
EXHIBITS DUE                                Wed., Aug. 15, 2 PM - 7 PM     CLASS
                                                @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.     1.    Animals
JUDGING                      Thur., Aug. 16, 6 PM @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.   2.    Flowers
RELEASE TIME                               Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11 AM     3.    Landscape/Waterscape
                                                                           4.    Still Life
                                                                           5.    Figurative (one or more persons)
                                   RULES                                   6.    Architecture
A.    All Exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.   7.    Others Not Listed
B.    All work may be offered for sale, but any sales made before the      8.    Age 12 and under any ONE of the above classes
      end of the fair MAY NOT be removed until the stated RELEASE
      TIME ABOVE.                                                          Division 11130 BEST OF SHOW                       Rosette & $5.00
C.    Entries must not have been exhibited at any previous Allen
      County Fair.                                                         DIVISION - 11140 - ASSEMBLED/APPLIED TO CANVAS OR PANEL
D.    CLAIM STUBS ARE REQUIRED TO CLAIM ALL EXHIBITS.                      CLASS
E.    ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE CHECKED OUT BY DEPARTMENT                       1.    Adult
      PERSONNEL FOR EXHIBITOR’S PROTECTION.                                2.    Anyone age 12 and under
F.    ALL ENTRIES MUST BE THE WORK OF THE EXHIBITOR; NO
      KITS.                                                                DIVISION - 11150 - DECORATIVE PAINTING
G.    The Fair Board and/or the Department Superintendent has              CLASSES 1-5 are non-patterned and must be the original work of the
      the right to refuse work at the receiving desk if size, previously   artist exhibiting. Judging will be done on painting only. Entries not
      exhibited or originality is in question (paint by numbers, stamped   to exceed 16” x 20”. All other two dimensional rules apply.
      paintings, etc.).                                                    CLASS
H.    Each Exhibitor is entiled to ONE work in each class.                 1.     Rocks, Slate, Shells, Granite
I.    Entries open to Allen County Exhibitors and to any exhibitor         2.     Pictures (on a wooden object)
      from a country holding fairs open to Allen County exhibitors.        3.     Gourds
J.    Canvas NOT TO EXCEED 18” x 24” including frame, the entry            4.     Tin and Metal (i.e. saw blades, tea kettles, etc.)
      can NOT be Larger than 24” x 30” or Smaller than 4” x 4”.            5.     Age 12 and under any ONE of the above
K.    FOR YOUR PROTECTION ALL PAINTINGS MUST BE DRY.
L.    ALL WALL PICTURES MUST BE FRAMED AND READY                           DIVISION - 11160 - DECORATIVE MASK
      TO HANG USING SCREW EYES AND WIRE. With NO                           Class Rules
      EXCEPTIONS. Hangers for 12 and under classes will be                 1.    No larger than 24” tall x 12” wide
      accepted on an individual basis.                                     2.    No less than 12” tall x 9” wide
M.    DUE TO TEMPERATURE CHANGES AND HUMDITY, THE FINE                     3.    No Kites
      ARTS DEPARTMENT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR FRAMES                        4.    Must have Tie String installed
      EQUIPPED WITH IMPROPER HANGERS, TAPED TOGETHER
      OR GLUED TOGETHER WITH WATER-SOLUBLE GLUES.                          DIVISION - 11170 - DUCT TAPE ART
N.    All exhibits displayed at owner’s risk.                              Adult Class Rules
O.    The Decision of the Judge is final.                                  1.    No larger than 10 x 12
P.    As this is a family fair any subject that may be questionable or     2.    No taller than 8”
      inappropriate will be accepted or rejected at the department’s       3.    Must be Duct Tape ONLY, No cardboard, NO frame work
      discretion.
                                                                           DIVISION - 11171 - DUCT TAPE ART
                                                                           Anyone 12 & Under Class Rules
DIVISION - 11110 - OILS & ACRYLICS                                         1.    No larger than 10 x 12
CLASS                                                                      2.    No taller than 8”
1.    Animals                                                              3.    Must be Duct Tape ONLY, No cardboard, NO frame work
2.    Flowers
                                                                           Division 11140 - 11171 BEST OF SHOW                Rosette & $5.00
3.    Landscape/Waterscape
4.    Still Life
5.    Figurative (one or more persons)
6.    Architecture                                                                                                    $100.00 O.S.U.
7.    Others Not Listed                                                                                            Lima Department of Art
8.    Age 12 and under any ONE of the above classes
                                                                                                                    Award of Excellence
Division - 11110 - BEST OF SHOW                      Rosette & $5.00                                                   will be given
                                                                                            Open Class Premium Book - 

                                                                          6.    Storms
       DEPARTMENT - PHOTOGRAPHY                                           7.    Bugs (No Butterflies/or moths)
                                                                          8.    Old Train Stations
                                                                          9.    Old Glory
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                  Aug. 1
                                                                          10.   Harvest Moon
EXHIBITS DUE                               Wed., Aug. 15, 2 PM - 7 PM
                                               @ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
                                                                          Class 6-10 BEST OF SHOW                             Rosette & $5.00
JUDGING                     Thur., Aug. 16, 6 PM@ Ag & Fine Arts Bldg.
RELEASE TIME                               Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM - 11 AM
                                                                          11.   Bridges
                                                                          12.   Night Lights (Outside)
                                RULES
                                                                          13.   Doors - No People or Animals
A.   All Exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to
                                                                          14.   Water Towers
     enter.
                                                                          15.   A Lone Tree
B.   All Work may be offered for sale, but any sales made before the
     end of the fair MAY NOT be removed until the stated RELEASE
                                                                          Classes 11-15 BEST OF SHOW                          Rosette & $5.00
     TIME.
C.   Entries must not have been exhibited at any previous Allen
                                                                          16.   Monuments
     County Fair.
                                                                          17.   Moving Water
D.   CLAIM STUBS ARE REQUIRED TO CLAIM ALL EXHIBITS.
                                                                          18.   Rainbow
E.   ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE CHECKED OUT BY DEPARTMENT
                                                                          19.   Allen Co. Fair - No Animals Alone
     PERSONNEL FOR EXHIBITOR’S PROTECTION.
                                                                          20.   World of Farming
F.   All Entries must be taken by the exhibitor: No copy of someone
     else’s work in part or whole.
                                                                          Classes 16-20 BEST OF SHOW                          Rosette & $5.00
G.   The Fair Board and/or the Department Superintendent has
                                                                          BEST OF BEST PHOTOGRAPHY(All Divisions)             Rosette & $5.00
     the right to refuse work at the receiving desk if size, previously
     exhibited or originality is in question.
                                                                          Please remember that the class description is the focal point of the
H.   Each Exhibitor is entitled to only one photograph per class with
                                                                          photo
     a maximum total of 12 photographs entered.
I.   Entries open to Allen County exhibitors and to any exhibitor
                                                                                      PREMIUMS
     from a county holding fairs open to Allen County exhibitors.
                                                                                1st Place       $5.00
J.   All exhibits displayed at owner’s risk.
                                                                                2nd Place       $4.00
K.   ONLY 8” X 10” PHOTOGRAPHS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
                                                                                3rd Place       $3.00
     ABSOLUTELY NO 8” X 12” PHOTOS! NO MATTING OR
                                                                                4th Place       $2.00
     MOUNTING.
                                                                                5th Place       $1.00
L.   No toned work.
                                                                                    BEST OF SHOW
M.   Exhibitors need to bring each photo in a clear plastic 8 1/2x 11
                                                                                    Rosette & $5.00
     sheet protector. The department will provide the hangers.
N.   No letter box photos. No photos with white borders. The
     picture must cover the entire 8x10 surface. No Dates on
     Photos.
O.   No photo that has a specific class will be considered in any other                                 DEPARTMENT
     class (such as a lighthouse in architecture or birds in animals).
P.   Subject of class must be the main focus of the photo. If any
                                                                                                     ANTIQUE MACHINERY
     other subject is predominant your photo will be disqualified.
Q.   As this is a family fair any subject that may be questionable or
     inappropriate will be accepted or rejected at the department’s       Department Director -                  Dan Kimmet, 19339-537
     discretion.                                                          Assistant Director -                    Brad Hoy, 19-303-2530
R.   Photos digitally produced are acceptable, however they may           Superintendents  Jerry Mason, 419-22-940; James Larue, 419-1-404
     not be enhanced or altered digitally. If a photo is found to be                        Rick Miller, 419-9-9884; Mitch Smith, 419-648-206
     enhanced or altered digitally it will be disqualified.                               Bill Blymyer, 419-9-68; Kevin Hefner, 419-20-492
S.   All Exhibits displayed at owner’s risk.                                           Mark Oberly, 419-649-601; Kevin Wildemuth, 419-649-68
T.   The Decision of the Judge is final.
                                                                          ENTRY DEADLINE                                                Aug. 1
                                                                          EXHIBITS DUE                             Fri., Aug. 17, 9 AM - 9 PM
                                                                                                Sat., Aug. 18, 9 AM - 3 P Roschman Park Area
 DIVISION - 11210 - BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS
                                                                          RELEASE TIME                                     Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM
 CLASS
 A.    Figurative (one or more persons)
                                                                          DIVISION - 12210 - CLASS 1 ANTIQUE MACHINERY DISPLAY
 B.    Winter Scape
 C.    Times Forgotten
                                                                                                          RULES
                                                                          A.    All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to
 BEST OF SHOW                                       Rosette & $5.00
                                                                                enter.
                                                                          B.    Exhibits will not be judged.
 DIVISION - 11220 - COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS
                                                                          C.    Exhibitors are NOT limited to the amount of entries that can
 CLASS
                                                                                be entered.
 1.    Spiderwebs (No Spiders)
                                                                          D.    All exhibits are displayed at the owner’s risk.
 2.    Fog
                                                                          E.    Security will be patrolling the exhibitor areas from 11 PM until
 3.    Mailboxes
                                                                                10 AM each day from Friday, August 17 to Sunday morning,
 4.    Lighthouses
                                                                                August 26.
 5.    Winter Scape
                                                                          F.    Each exhibitor will receive a participation award.
                                                                          G.    Due to limited parking spaces one parking pass will be given
 Classes 1-5 BEST OF SHOW                           Rosette & $5.00
                                                                                per family. Parking passes will be given when you bring your
                                                                                machinery in for display.
3 - Open Class Premium Book
                                                                              22. Prohibited items: All motorized vehicles are prohibited on the
                      DEPARTMENT -                                            fairgrounds except authorized delivery vehicles include which must
                                                                              be off the midway by 11:00 A.M., and cars, trucks and motorcycles
                  ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL                                        properly parked in permitted parking areas. Prohibited vehicles
                                                                              include but are not limited to golf carts, utility vehicles (JD Gators,
ENTRY DEADLINE                                                   Aug. 1       Kawaski Mule, etc.), ATV’s mopeds, scooter and other powered
EXHIBITS ON TRACK                         Tue., Aug. 21, 7 AM - 8:30 AM       wheeled transportation. Also prohibited are bicycles, rollerblades,
EVENT TIME                             9:00 AM @ Grandstand/Infield           skateboards, and “razor type” scooters. Personal handicap
RELEASE TIME                                       Sun., Aug. 26, 7 AM        mobility devices will be allowed. Allen County Fair security will
                                                                              have final say on prohibited vehicles.
DIVISION - 12220 - CLASS 1 ANTIQUE EXHIBITOR TRACTOR PULL
                                                                                        ANTIQUE EXHIBITOR TRACTOR PULL CLASSES
                                  RULES                                                                    199-Older
A.   All exhibitors must purchase a Membership or Season Pass to enter.                     00 lbs                     400 lbs.
                                                                                           00 lbs.      600 lbs.      8000 lbs.
B.   ALL TRACTORS MUST ENTER INFIELD through gate on back                                     Plaque Awarded to Each Class Winner!
     stretch of track.
C.   ALL equipment trailers must enter Gate #3 off Bowman Rd.
D.   No use or consumption of drugs or alcohol will be permitted.
E.   Tractors will be classed on the day of the show.                                   CAMPING
F.   All contestants must be an exhibitor in the Antique Machinery
     Department from August 17-25, 2012.
G.   The pulling competition will be conducted in accordance to the
     following Rules:                                                        Department Director -            Dwain Metzger, 419-331-0588
     1. Tractors must be manufactured in 1959 or older.                                                                        (Livestock)
     2. Tire sizes must be as follows: 11.2 on all 3000# classes;            Ass’t. Director     John Gross, 419-643-3395(Concessionaires)
     15.5 crop tractors entered in the 3500# - 6500# classes; 16.9 x                       Bob Barnt, 419-235-3259; Brooks May;Mike May
                                                                             Superintendents
     34 on all standard front axle tractors entered in 3500#- 6500#                          Brent McAdams; Kenneth Miller, 419-339-9889;
     classes; and 18.4 x 34 on all tractors entered in classes 8000#                                              Jeff Reiff, 419-331-5619
     and above.                                                                                   REGISTRATION
     3. Any driver, 16 years old or older, as long as operated safely.       RETURNING CAMPERS                      May 1 through July 15
     (Those under 18 MUST have a release signed by parent or                 NEW CAMPERS                            June 1 through Aug. 1
     guardian or Tractor Safety Certificate.)                                LIVESTOCK FEE                                         $150.00
     4. Each Tractor will be given a visual safety check. Any fluid          CONCESSIONAIRE FEE                                     $200.00
     leaks or items that could jeopardize safety may result in
     disqualification.                                                                                           RULES
     5. All pulls must start off with a tight hitch (no jerking              1.    RETURNING LIVESTOCK CAMPERS: May 1 through July 15, 2012.
     allowed).                                                                     If you register during this time frame, you can request to keep
     6. Drivers are to stay in their seat during pull. Exception: those            your previous location or to be moved to a different location.
     with hand clutches may leave seat to engage clutch but return                 Any returning camper who completes their registration during this
     to seat in first 10 feet.                                                     period will automatically receive the same camping location unless
     7. One restart allowed if tractor does not pass 10 feet mark.                 requesting a different location.
     8. Limit of two hooks per tractor, but only one hook per                2.    NEW LIVESTOCK CAMPERS OR LATE RETURNING CAMPERS:
     class.                                                                        June 1 until August 1, 2012. A waiting list will be maintained for
     9. Tractor must pull in low gear.                                             new campers. New camper registrations will be taken in the order
                                                                                   they are received. You may request that your campsite be near a
     10. Allowed drawbar hook height to maximum of 18” from
                                                                                   returning camper or a general area (near front, back row, north
     ground and a minimum of 18” from center of axle.
                                                                                   end, south of road, etc.) However, the final placement will be made
     11. Visible weights will be allowed on tractor, weights or brackets           by the fair staff. We have to take many items into consideration,
     to be no more than 12” from outside of tire or extend rearward                including but not limited to the size of your camper, pole placement,
     beyond point of tractor. Weights must be secure, any part falling             etc. IF A RETURNING CAMPER WAITS UNTIL AFTER JULY 15
     off would result in disqualification.                                         TO REGISTER AND THEIR PREVIOUS LOCATION HAS BEEN
     12. Drivers are to watch the flag man once tractor is hooked to               ASSIGNED TO SOMEONE ELSE, THE RETURNING CAMPER
     the sled. Flag man is in control. Failure to follow his direction             WILL RECEIVE A DIFFERENT LOCATION, IF ANY CAMPSITES
     will result in disqualification. Arguing or using foul language with          ARE AVAILABLE.
     the judge, the track officials or other participants is grounds for     3.    At the time of registering your camper, payment must be made for
     disqualification and you will be asked to leave immediately.                  the camping fee ($150) as well as passes (season or memberships)
     13. Sled and tractor must stay within boundaries of course or                 ($30.00) for each person over the age of nine (9) years staying in
     be disqualified.                                                              your camper. Junior Fair Exhibitors do not require a purchased pass,
     14. Two-wheel drive tractors only with either steel or rubber                 however, they must obtain a junior fair photo id in order to enter
     tires.                                                                        the fair free of charge (and to claim their premium money).
                                                                             4.    The Allen County Agricultural Society has 308 spaces for Livestock
     15. Engine speeds are to be stock. A ten percent tolerance will
                                                                                   Exhibitors and 63 spaces for other exhibitors/concessionaires who
     be administered during check.
                                                                                   wish to camp on the fairgrounds over night during the Fair.
     16. Stock engines only as per model of tractor. Any tractor not         5.    Camping spaces will be approximately 40 feet long and 22 feet wide.
     appearing stock by judges is subject to dynometer test.                 6.    All persons 9 years and over staying in a camping unit must have
     17. No manual over-riding of the governor during the pull. (hand              either a Membership Card, a Season Pass or a Junior Fair Photo ID.
     throttle only)                                                                For Security purposes entry to the Allen County Fair after 11 PM will
     18. The tractor pull will be run in a manner that is a ‘fair” manner.         require an Allen County Fair Photo ID. Photo Id’s can be obtained
     No shift to go (i.e., TA shift). Hydraulic drawbar to remain at set           at the Administration Office.
     height.                                                                 7.    The livestock camping fee must be paid upon registration, new
     19. No one allowed on track except track officials.                           campers will be given available spots, if any, on a first come first
     20. Any tractor not able to meet class requirements may be                    serve basis. If all available spots are filled, new campers will be
     given an exhibition pull.                                                     placed on a waiting list. No fees will be collected for campers on
     21. All judge’s decisions will be final.                                      the waiting list until after the entry deadline and we are certain we
                                                                                   have campsites available.
                                                                                                                 Open Class Premium Book - 9
8.    You are a new camper if you did NOT have a camping spot in YOUR
      NAME LAST YEAR. Under NO circumstances can someone ‘give or
      reserve’ for you their camping space from the previous year.                                                                      CONCESSION &
      Check-in for Directors will be Wednesday night, August 1, 2012, for
9.
      Superintendents ONLY, Thursday morning, August 16, 2012 at 8:00 am (Gate 1),
                                                                                                                                         COMMERCIAL
      all other livestock exhibitors who are camping will be Thursday, August 16, 2012                                                     EXHIBITS
      from 12 NOON until 8:00 PM. All livestock exhibitors who are camping must
      check-in through the camping control point located near the Route 11 entrance
      (GATE 4) of the Fairgrounds before proceeding to an assigned parking space.
10.   No campers will be admitted to the livestock camping are a after                            Department Director -                      David Smith, 419-225-7390
      specified check-in time without prior arrangements and approval of the                      Ass’t. Director                             Joe Losh, 419-339-1525
      Department Director, Camping Superintendents or the Fair Manager.
                                                                                                  Superintendent                                                  Ed Klingler
11.   Please refrain from setting up camp (putting awnings out, placing
                                                                                                                                                                  Jack Miller
      picnic tables, grills, or canopies on campsite) until all of your neighbors’
      campers are in place.                                                                                                         RULES
12.   Concessionaires who are camping must check in with the Concessions
      Department at the Administration Office for their camping assignment                        1.    No one may offer for sale or give anything away on any part of the
      upon their arrival.                                                                               fairgrounds during the fair without first obtaining a contract for such
13.   All campers must be parked in the area assigned for their use.                                    sale or giveaway.
14.   Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3701-25-55 Density States:                                    2.    No one may set-up any game, concession or exhibit before or
      B. Recreational vehicles and portable camping units shall be separated                            during the Fair without first obtaining a contract for such game,
      by a minimum of fifteen, feet from all other recreational vehicles, portable                      food concession or other exhibit.
      camping units.                                                                              3.    All space(s) shall be used for the purpose outlined on each respective
      C. In computing these separation distances, the width of the recreation                           contract.
      vehicle or portable camping unit includes any free-standing structure                       4.    All buildings tents or enclosures constructed or used must have the
      adjoining to the vehicle or unit. An awning or similar structure which is                         approval of the Society.
      partially supported by the vehicle or unit is not included in computing                     5.    Each concession or exhibit shall COMPLY WITH AND OBSERVE ALL
      the width if such awning or structure is open on at least two complete                            LAWS, ORDINANCES OR STATUTES of the United States, the State
      sides and constructed of fire-resistant materials. However, awnings or                            of Ohio, the County of Allen, and the Township of Perry and protect
      similar structures must maintain a minimum distance of at least three                             and hold harmless the Society from any and all liability resulting
      feet for many other awning or structure on an adjacent site.                                      in noncompliance. THE OHIO REVISED CODE Sections 1711.09
15.   Pets are prohibited in the camping area except 4-H projects which are                             and 2915.05 PROHIBIT IMMORAL SHOWS, LOTTERY DEVICES,
      allowed on designated days ONLY, for both the Junior Fair Dog Shows.                              GAMES OF CHANCE, GAMBLING OF ANY KIND, (including the
16.   Prohibited items: All motorized vehicles are prohibited on the fairgrounds                        sale of pools and paddle wheels) and the sale of intoxicants on any
      expect authorized delivery vehicles which must be off the midway by                               OHIO Fairgrounds at all times during the Fair. No drug related or
      11:00 am, and cars, trucks and motorcycles properly parked in permitted                           explosive item may be sold or given away.
      parking areas. Prohibited vehicles include but are not limited to golf carts,               6.    All licenses and permits required by the Ohio Department of
      utility vehicles (JD Gator, Kawasaki mule etc.), ATV’s mopeds, scooters and                       Agriculture and/or the Allen County Board of Health or any other
      other powered wheeled transportation. Also prohibited are bicycles, rollerblades,                 governmental agency must be obtained before operation begins
      skateboards and “razor type” scooters. Personal handicap mobility devices will be                 and all law and all law and regulations issued by those agencies
      allowed. Allen County Fair security will have final say on prohibited vehicles.                   must be obeyed.
17.   All delivery vehicles must display a delivery permit. All golf cart and utility             7.    The concession or exhibit owner, his employees, invites or licenses
      vehicles used for delivery must produce proof of liability insurance and                          shall be SUBJECT TO THE RULES AND regulations heretofore and
      obtain a golf cart permit from the concession office.                                             hereinafter PRESCRIBED BY THE SOCIETY.
18.   Each unit using electricity must be fused. If the unit is not fused, the Fairs Electrical   8.    All concessions or exhibits shall use the leased space(s) AT THEIR
      Committee will install fuse system at a cost paid by the registered camper.                       SOLE RISK. The Society shall not be responsible for any destruction,
19.   A dumping station has been provided in the concessionaires campground                             damage or detriment of their property from weather, storms, acts
      for those units which have holding tanks.                                                         of God, rebellion or riot. Additionally, the Society shall not be
20.   Anyone allowing any waste water or sewage to be discharged on the                                 responsible for any damage or destruction of property caused by
      grounds is subject to a $100.00 fine.                                                             any person, invitee, licensee or trespasser in any manner.
21.   Trash must be put in containers provided for trash. Dumpsters are located                   9.    Each concession or exhibit shall be RESPONSIBLE FOR and save
      at the north and south ends of the camping area. Your assistance in                               the Society harmless from any and ALL TAX LEVIES OR TAX DUE
      placing trash at the specific locations is greatly appreciated.                                   to any governmental body or agency.
22.   Open fires are prohibited at all times.                                                     10.   Each concession or exhibit shall PROVIDE any pay for his OWN
23.   Generators are prohibited at all times.                                                           INSURANCE COVERAGE for fire, theft, vandalise, damage or
24.   Curfew will commence at 12:30 AM, in the camping areas. After                                     destruction for their property. The Society shall not be responsible
      curfew, unnecessary lights must be extinguished and sound producing                               or chargeable for such damage or destruction.
      instruments must be reduced to a decibel level that is satisfactory to                      11.   Each concession or exhibit ASSUMES ALL LIABILITY for any
      your neighbors.                                                                                   claims of damage arising out of their activities at the Allen County
25.   Camping area activities, whether inside or between camping units, must                            Fairgrounds. the Society, its directors, Officers, employees and the
      be under the supervision of a parent or legal guardian.                                           Board of Allen County Commissioners will be held harmless in any
26.   Vandalism of other campers on fairgrounds property will not be tolerated.                         and all claims for damages arising from the heretofore mentioned
27.   The sale, possession and or consumption of alcohol is prohibited on the                           activities. Additionally, they must PROVIDE to the Society a
      premises during the Allen County Fair.                                                            CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE verifying liability coverage for their
28.   Disorderly or intoxicated persons will be removed from the                                        operation prior or the opening day of the fair.
      fairgrounds.                                                                                12.   Concession or exhibits shall not transfer, sell, assign exchange,
29.   YOUTH under 18 years of age are not permitted to remain overnight                                 barter, or permit his employees to sell, transfer, assign, exchange
      unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.                                                 or b arter any privileges, ticket of admission or rights to concession
30.   Livestock camping units will be permitted to leave Sunday, August 26,                             or exhibits or his employees hereunder.
      2012 after 7:00 A.M.                                                                        13.   Concessions or exhibits SHALL NOT assign nor SUBLET their
31.   Any exception to the foregoing rules must have prior approval by the                              contract to any person, partnership or corporation.
      department director or his superintendents. Otherwise violations will be                    14.   Concessions or exhibits shall SECURE AND PAY any type of
      considered as a basis for expulsion from the fairgrounds for the remaining                        SECURITY that either they or the Society determines necessary.
      portion of the fair and forfeiture of any future camping privileges.                        15.   Concessions or exhibits shall SECURE AND PAY for PERMITS,
                                                                                                        LICENSES, SANCTION FEES, etc. necessary to conduct the
                                                                                                        scheduled activities.
0 - Open Class Premium Book
16.   Each concession or exhibit shall post in a conspicuous manner at         36.     Each person contracting concession or exhibit space must purchase
      the front or entrance to their place of business, a sign showing the             either a membership card or a season pass for each contract written.
      price to be charged for meals, lunches, drinks or other articles of              One free season pass will be given for each space contracted. Extra
      food to be sold. the size of said sign, manner and place of posting              season passes may be purchased, if desired.
      to be approved by the Society.                                           37.     No campers or sleeping quarters are permitted in any of the
17.   The person who obtains the contract mentioned in paragraph 1 or                  Fairgrounds except in the designated camping areas. All campers
      2 above is responsible for the actions of all employees and agents               and sleeping quarters must pay the camping fee.
      while on the grounds.                                                    38.     At the expiration of each contract, the space shall be surrendered
18.   The Society does not guarantee or assure that the sidewalks, paths,              to the Society in as good repair as when possession was taken.
      streets or avenues on its grounds, or aisles and passageways in its      39.     The Society shall have a lien upon all property being kept, used
      buildings, stands or enclosures will be kept free from obstruction               or situated upon the Fairgrounds, for rent or privilege, money to
      caused by persons crowding, loitering, standing or sitting therein,              be paid under their contract and for any damages sustained; the
      causing passage through or over the same difficult or impracticable.             Society shall have the right to restrain the same without process of
      Such crowding or blocking of said sidewalks, paths, streets, avenues,            law, and appropriate the property to satisfy all claims against the
      aisles or passageways shall in no manner or way affect the terms,                concessions.
      conditions or provisions of a contract.                                  40.     The violation of the terms, conditions or provisions of a contract
19.   All business will be conducted in a courteous and gentlemanly                    shall, at the election of the Society’s Directors, cause the whole
      manner and all Fair patrons will be treated politely and courteously             amount of the contract to become due and work a revocation and
      at all times. (The Fair Patron is always right!)                                 forfeiture of all rights and privileges granted to the concession. In
20.   All business will be conducted from within the space and all                     the event such breech and such election, any and all sums paid or
      advertising will be confined to the inside of said space.                        contracted to be paid under a contract to the Society, shall be and
21.   Each space must have an area of two (2) feet from walkway/roadway                become the property of the Society as liquidated damages of said
      clear of stakes, poles, signs and similar potentially hazardous                  breach.
      items.                                                                   41.     Lighters must be sold empty. The lighter may be filled at the request
22.   NO DOGS are permitted on the Fairgrounds during the operation                    of an adult.
      of the Fair except for dogs entered in the special dog shows.            42.     No reptiles, silly string or laser lights to be sold or given away as
23.   Prohibited items: All motorized vehicles are prohibited on the                   prizes. No knives, of any kind. No Profanity or objectionable words
      fairgrounds except authorized delivery vehicles which must be                    written on merchandise.
      off the midway by 11:00 AM and cars, trucks and motorcycles
      properly parked in permitted parking areas. Prohibited vehicles
      include but are not limited to golf carts, utility vehicles, (JD
      Gators, Kawasaki Mule, etc.), ATV’s mopeds, scooters and other
      powered wheeled transportation. Also prohibited are bicycles,
      rollerblades, skateboards and “razor type” scooters. Personal
      handicap mobility devices will be allowed. Allen County Fair

                                                                                                  Allen County Fair
      Security will have final say on prohibited vehicles.
24.   All delivery vehicles must display a delivery permit. All golf carts
      and utility vehicles used for delivery must produce proof of liability
      insurance and obtain a golf cart permit from the concession
      office.
                                                                                                 August 17 - 25, 2012
25.   All rides, games, food and other sales must observed the curfew
      that is announced each night.
26.   All music, amplifiers and loudspeakers will kept at a comfortable
      level as in determined by the Officials of the Fair.
27    All spaces will be kept clean and orderly and will be decorated at
      the expense of the concession owner.
28.   Food stands are permitted to open prior to opening day of the Fair
      for the convenience of any Fairgrounds workers. All other exhibitors
      may open at 12 NOON on the first day of the Fair.
29.   Anything given away must be approved by the Society. Any
      exhibitor who conducts drawings for free prizes must provide the
                                                                                                                         HARNESS RACING
      Fair Manager with the name, address and telephone number of the
      prize winners within five (5) days of the close of the fair.
30.   Each space will be open every day from at least Noon to 10:00 P.M.
      and should be manned from 12 NOON TO 10:00 P.M. the building                   Department Director -                  Dennis Fricke, 419-339-8545
      will be open to vendors fat 11:00 A.M. each day. On Senior Citizens            Assitant Director -                   Gary Kramer, 419-647-7615
      Day the building will be open at 9:00 A.M. If space is not manned              Superintendent -                            George Evin, 419-695-2431,
      a sign shall be posted stating a time an attendant will be in the              Ass’t. Superintendent -                     Bruce Fricke, 419-303-6175;
      space.                                                                                                                       Kenny Earl, 419-230-3847
31.   The Fairgrounds will be available for set-up from 8 AM to 6 PM
      Tues/Wed., and 8 AM to 9 PM Thurs., prior to opening day of the Fair.
      Any space that is not set up by 4 PM opening day, will considered              SPEED OFFICE PHONE -             ONLY DURING FAIR 419-228-6303
      vacant and can be rented to someone else.                                      ENTRIES TAKEN                          Sun., Aug. 19, 8 AM - 10 AM
32.   No space may be closed, vacated and/or torn down until at least
      10PM on the last day of the Fair.                                              RAIN DATE                                      Sun., Aug. 26, 2012
33.   All displays and display meterial must be removed from the                     ‘Supertrot’ Entry Fee                                         $100
      Fairgrounds by Monday @ 4 PM following the close of the Fair, or               ‘Dunlap Renner’ Entry Fee                                     $100
      they will become property of the Allen County Agricultural Society.            ‘Overnights’ Entry Fee                                         $25
      Merchants Building will be open on Sunday from 9am - 4 pm and                            Winner of Each Heat Receives a Trophy Blanket!
      Monday from 8 am to 4 pm.                                                                  *** $5,000 Bounty for New Track Record ***
34.   Only items listed on your contract may be sold from or displayed
      in your space.
35.   Food and or beverages may not be served in glass containers.
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                         ALLEN COUNTY FAIR
                                                                                       CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE
                WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012 and
                   THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012                                          ALLEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
                           SPEED PROGRAM
                                                                            Article I - Name
                              3 DAY BOX                                     This Society shall be known as Allen County Agricultural Society of Allen County,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012                    POST TIME 7 PM                Ohio, with its object and purpose to promote the agriculture and other such
1. Pace, 2 yr. Old Filly - WOCRA Superstakes    Added $1,597                interests of the county and of the state.
2. Trot, 2 yr. Old Filly - WOCRA Superstakes    Added $1,597                                               MISSION STATEMENT
3. Pace, 2 yr. Old Colt - WOCRA Superstakes     Added $1,597                              To improve, promote and preserve the public welfare through the
4. Trot, 2 yr. Old Colt - WOCRA Superstakes     Added $1,597                understanding of agriculture, horticulture, domestic art and science, general
                                                                            community betterment, together with all other industrial, commercial and
5. Pace Overnight                            Est. Purse $1,200
                                                                            educational interests of the County of Allen and the State of Ohio.
6. Trot Overnight                            Est. Purse $1,200
                                                                                          It is also the purpose of the Allen County Agricultural Society to
7. Pace Aged - DUNLAP-RENNER MEMRIAL          Signature Series              serve and benefit the citizens of Allen County, the surrounding counties and
                                             Est. Purse $3,000              the State of Ohio, by planning, organizing and operating the Allen County Fair,
                                                                            as well as carrying out the other purposes stated herein, all of which promote
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012                      POST TIME 7 PM               and serve the vital industry of agriculture in Ohio.
8. Pace, 3 yr. Old Filly - WOCRA Superstakes       Added $1,597             Article II - Membership
9. Trot, 3 yr. Old Filly - WOCRA Superstakes       Added $1,597             A.      There shall be one (1) type of Membership: Regular.
                                                                            B.      The regular membership shall be available to all residents of Allen County
10 Pace, 3 yr. Old Colt - WOCRA Superstakes        Added $1,597
                                                                                    who are eighteen (18) years of age and pay the annual membership fee.
11. Trot, 3 yr. Old Colt - WOCRA - Superstakes     Added $1,597                     The term of this membership shall be from January 1st to December
12. Pace Overnight (conditions to be announced in June)                             31st of each year. The cost of this membership will be established by
                                                Est. Purse $1,200                   the Board of Directors.
13. Trot Overnight (conditions to be announced in June)                     Article III -              Directors
                                                Est. Purse $1,200           A.      The Society shall be governed by a Board of Directors which board shall
14. Trot Aged - ALLEN COUNTY SUPER TROT          Signature Series                   consist of eighteen (18) members whose term of office shall be three
                                                                                    (3) years; one third (1/3) of whom shall be elected annually and all of
                                                Est. Purse $3,000
                                                                                    whom must be members of the Society. Term of office shall start on
                                                                                    the 15th day of November in the year of which the director is elected.
           ALLEN COUNTY SUPER TROT and                                              Representation of the Board of Directors shall consist of one (1) Director
                                                                                    from each township in Allen County; (1)
          DUNLAP RENNER MEMORIAL PACE                                               Director from within the corporation limits of the City of Lima; and Five
                   CONDITIONS                                                       (5) At Large Directors. At Large Directors shall be elected from the City
                                                                                    of Lima, City of Delphos, the twelve (12) townships and the political
                                                                                    subdivisions therein, provided however, that there shall be no more than
                                                                                    three (3) Directors from any one township or political subdivision. An
1.    Aged Horses 4 years old and up.                                               otherwise qualified candidate cannot seek the Office of Director of the
2.    Super Trot Starting Fee of $100; Dunlap Renner Starting Fee of                Allen County Agricultural Society if his/her election should cause more
      $100.                                                                         than three (3) Directors to represent by residence any one township or
3.    3 Day Box.                                                                    political subdivision. Should a Director, other than an AT LARGE Director,
4.    In event that more than ten (10) horses are declared to start,                fail to be a resident of his respective township or political subdivision
      the event will be split and raced in divisions.                               for three (3) consecutive months, then in that event, a vacancy shall be
                                                                                    declared and the provision of Article VI Vacancies shall be followed. Then
5.    Divisions will race for an equal share of the total purse.
                                                                                    in that event, a vacancy shall be declared and the provision of Article VI
6.    U.S.T.A./O.S.R.C. rules prevail                                               Vacancies shall be followed.
                  PHOTO FINISH         STARTING GATE                        B.      A Director shall be deemed to qualify if he meets all of the following criteria:
                  CHARTED LINES          PARI-MUTUELS                               1. Have attained the age of eighteen (18) years;
                             CONDITIONS                                             2. Possess a current annual membership;
1.    Western Ohio Colt stake conditions as published. U.S.T.A. rules               3. Resides in the County of Allen and unless an AT LARGE Director
      to govern all races with exceptions.                                          resides within the township or political subdivision from which elected;
                                                                                    4. Take the oath of affirmation as provided in Article V-B. Any Director
2.    Money divided 45 - 25 - 15 - 10 - 5 percent. Four Starters 50
                                                                                    who fails to qualify within three (3) months after election will be deemed
      - 25 - 15 - 10 percent. Three Starters 50 - 30 - 20 percent. In the           to have forfeited his office and a vacancy shall be declared.
      event there are less than three (3) starters the race is declared     C.      The Society may also have Honorary Directors who can contribute
      off. The Horsemen’s nomination, sustaining and declaration                    expertise to the Society not resident within the elected Board of
      fees will be distributed equally to the horses declared in the                Directors. The Honorary Director(s) shall be designated annually by the
      Superstakes race.                                                             board of Directors. Honorary Directors shall act in an advisory capacity
3.    Early declarations for all racing events to be made not later than            and have not voting power.
                                                                            D.      Any Board Member whose behavior is deemed by a majority of the
      11 AM, three (3) days preceding the race.
                                                                                    Executive Committee of the Allen County Agricultural Society to be
4.    Entries made over the telephone must be made to the Race                      rowdy, unruly, disruptive, obstructive, obnoxious or offensive, shall be
      Secretary 419.228.6303, NOT THE FAIR OFFICE!                                  issued a warning. Upon the third finding of the Executive Committee of
5.    Veterinarian will be on the grounds for Lassix injections.                    such conduct by a Board Member in any one term, then upon the third
6.    Right reserved to change program or reject any entries.                       finding, the Board Member in violation shall appear before the Board of
7.    SPECIAL GATE for all Horsemen to enter is on Bowman Road                      Directors to answer as to why the offending Board Member should not
      by the horse barn. Gate Admission is $7. WOCRA passes will                    be expelled from the Board. After said hearing, should three-fourths (3/4)
                                                                                    of the Board vote to expel the offending Board Member, said offending
      be honored on racing days.
                                                                                    Board Member shall be forthwith expelled, the expelled Board Member’s
8.    The Society assumes no liability in case of accident.                         position to be filled pursuant to Article VI herein.
                                                                            Article IV -               Annual Election
       $5,000 TRACK RECORD BOUNTY CONDITIONS                                A.      The annual election for directors to serve for the ensuing year shall be
Pace Track Record 1:55.2                        Set by Odyssus A 2003               by ballot at a time and place fixed by the Board of Directors. Due notice
                                                                                    must be given as is required by law. The election should be held prior to
Trot Track Record 1:59.4                     Set by One Final Time 2004
                                                                                    November 15th each year.
                                                                            B.      Candidates for the office of Directors of the Allen County Agricultural
$5,000 (divided $4,000 to owner and $1,000 to driver) will be paid                  Society must file a written Petition signed by at least ten (10) members of
to the horse setting a new track record at either gait for the entire               the Society. Said Petition must be filed with the Secretary of said Society
2012 race program provided the posted track record is lowered by                    at least 7 days prior to the annual election.
1 full second or more. In case of a tie, Bounty will be divided among       C.      Only members in good standing, residing in Allen County and eighteen
record holders.                                                                     (18) years of age, who have paid their dues for the current year shall be
                                                                                    eligible to vote for members of the Board of Directors.
     2 - Open Class Premium Book
                                                                                                      4. Be responsible for maintaining an accurate and legible accounting system
D.     The Polls, for election of Directors at the Annual Meeting, shall be opened for
                                                                                                      and associated records.
       at least four (4) hours and announced to the Public at the time of the Annual
                                                                                                      5. Be responsible to receive all money coming into the Society, legible
       Meeting announcement.
                                                                                                      accounting system and associated records.
E.     A majority of the Board of Directors or any group of 25 citizens of legal voting age
                                                                                                      6. Be responsible for a receipting system to show the source of revenue.
       in a county or district concerned may petition the Department of Agriculture to
                                                                                                      7. Be responsible for maintaining a record of all pay orders.
       supervise their annual election of Directors.
                                                                                                      8. Be responsible for disbursements of all monies by check, cash, money
F.     A Director seeking re-election, a member seeking election as a Director, or
                                                                                                      orders, etc.
       a person assisting a candidate for election/re-election, may not use society
                                                                                                      9. Be responsible for preparing a monthly and an annual report of any monies
       funds, facilities or employees:
                                                                                                      received and /or disbursed during each respective reporting period.
       1. To promote the candidacy of any person who seeks election/re-election
                                                                                                      10. Be responsible for the computations of the payroll and maintaining the
       to the Board of Directors of the Society.
                                                                                                      payroll records.
       2. To solicit during the election process on the behalf of any candidate for
                                                                                                      11. Be responsible for submitting all Federal, State & Local tax reporting
       election/re-election.
                                                                                                      requirements.
       3. To influence the votes of members upon any amendment to the
                                                                                                      12. Maintain a file of financial records as may be required by Federal, State
       constitution or by-laws of the Society.
                                                                                                      and Local law.
Article V - Reorganization Meetings of Directors
                                                                                                      13. Be responsible for preparing the portion of the Ohio Department of
A.     The Board of Directors shall meet at a time after the annual election but prior
                                                                                                      Agriculture’s report which require financial information.
       to November 30th each year to elect a President, Vice President, Secretary,
                                                                                                      14. Supervise all cashiers, ticket sellers and other personnel working for the
       Treasurer and such other officers as they deem proper. the President and Vice-
                                                                                                      Treasurer.
       President shall be elected to serve a one year term; the Secretary not more
                                                                                                      15. Serve as a Committee member on the Budget and Finance Committee.
       than 3 years. these officers shall serve until their successors are elected and
                                                                                                      16. Coordinate as needed with the Secretary, Fair Manager & Directors
       qualified. The President and Vice President must be an elected board member.
                                                                                                      any money receipts/disbursements required in their respective area of
       The Secretary and Treasurer may or may not be elected board member.
                                                                                                      responsibility.
B.     At the December meeting, all newly elected Directors and officers shall qualify
                                                                                                      17. Perform such duties as may be assigned by the Board of Directors
       by taking the following Oath of Affirmation: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm)
                                                                                              E.      Both the Secretary and the Treasurer shall serve under bond in an amount to
       that I will support the Constitution of the United States; the Constitution of
                                                                                                      be determined by the Board of Directors and paid for by the Society.
       the State of Ohio; and the Constitution of this Society; and the Rules and
                                                                                              Article XII - Operations of the Fair and Fairgrounds Facility
       Regulations of the Ohio Department of Agriculture as pertains to County
                                                                                              The Board of Directors shall prescribe such rules and regulations as are necessary to
       Fairs; and to the best of my ability perform the duties of the Director of the
                                                                                              carry on the purpose of this organization by conducting a County Fair and ancillary
       Allen County Agricultural Society, So help me God.”
                                                                                              uses and activities of the fairgrounds facility. Included but not limited to rental of the
Article VI -             Vacancies on the Board
                                                                                              entire fairgrounds or any portion thereof.
A.     Any vacancies caused by death, resignation, refusal to qualify, removed from
                                                                                              They shall determine all matters of policy in the matter of the fair and operations of the
       County or other cause may be filled by the Board of Directors until the next
                                                                                              fairgrounds and may employ such individuals as are necessary to properly promote and
       annual election when a Director         shall be elected for the unexpired term.
                                                                                              conduct such fair and operations of the fairgrounds. They may employ a Fair Manager
       Such appointee shall be a member of the Allen County Agricultural Society
                                                                                              who will be responsible to the Board and operate under its direction and who will be
       and may live anywhere in the county, not necessarily the township or city
                                                                                              paid such compensation as is determined by the Board. He may be employed only on
       where the vacancy occurred. Any Director who fails to qualify within three
                                                                                              a year to year basis, but may be engaged either part-time or full-time.
       (3) months, after the election will be deemed to have forfeited his office and
                                                                                              The Board of Directors to promulgate such rules and regulations deemed appropriate
       a vacancy will be declared.
                                                                                              relating to the use of alcohol and gambling and games of chance.
Article VII -            Meetings
                                                                                              The Board of Directors each year at the time of its annual organizational meeting shall
       Regular meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held monthly on the third
                                                                                              fix the annual membership fee as well as fix a definite time by which such fee must
       (3rd) Wednesday in each month. Special meetings of the Board of Directors
                                                                                              be paid which time must be five (5) days prior to the annual fair.
       shall be called by the Secretary and held at the request of the President or
                                                                                              Article XIII -            Order of Business
       any four (4) of the Directors.
                                                                                              Insofar as is practical the order of business of the meetings of the Directors shall be
Article VIII -           Notice of Meeting
                                                                                              as follows: (1) Call meeting to order; (2) Roll Call; (3) Reading and disposal of previous
The Secretary shall give notice of each meeting to the Board of Directors whether
                                                                                              minutes; (4) Reports of Officers and Committees; (5) Unfinished Business; (6) New
regular or special to each member of the Board.
                                                                                              Business and (7) Adjournment.
Article IX -             Place of Meeting
                                                                                              Article XIV -             Premiums
The Board of Directors may hold its meeting at such place or places within the County
                                                                                              The Society shall annually offer and award premiums for improvement of grains, fruit,
of Allen, State of Ohio, as the Board may from time to time determine.
                                                                                              vegetables, livestock articles of domestic industry, public school displays and such
Article X - Compensation
                                                                                              other articles, improvements as the Board of Directors may deem proper and shall
Officers and Directors of the corporation shall receive as their compensation such
                                                                                              publish a premium book in accordance with such rules and regulations as the Board
amount as is determined by the Board of Directors and such compensation shall not
                                                                                              may prescribe from time to time.
exceed the limits specified in the Ohio Department of Agriculture Rule 901:5-09 and
                                                                                              Article XV -              Committees and Superintendents
may be changed by the Board of Directors as they deem proper.
                                                                                              The President shall appoint committees, superintendents and heads of the various
Article XI -             Duties of Officers
                                                                                              departments as the Board of Directors may deem necessary and such appointments
A.     President: The President shall preside at all meetings of the membership of
                                                                                              shall be confirmed by the Board.
       Directors. He shall exercise, subject to the control of the Directors , a general
                                                                                              Article XVI -             Fair and Annual Exhibit
       supervision over all affairs of the society and shall perform generally all duties
                                                                                              There shall be held a fair and annual exhibit of the Society each year in the County of
       incident to the office and such other duties as may be assigned to him by the
                                                                                              Allen, State of Ohio at the time and place designated by the Board of Directors at their
       Board of Directors from time to time.
                                                                                              annual meeting, if said dates are approved by the Ohio Director of Agriculture.
B.     Vice President: The Vice President shall perform all duties of the President
                                                                                              Article XVII -            Amendments
       in his absence or during his inability to act and shall have such other and
                                                                                              Amendments to this constitution and the by-laws may be made only by a majority
       further other powers and shall perform such other and further duties as may
                                                                                              vote of the members at the annual election of the Society.
       be assigned to him by the Board of Directors.
                                                                                              Article XVIII - Quorum
C.     Secretary: The Secretary shall keep the minutes of all proceedings of the
                                                                                              A majority of all duly elected and qualified members of the Board of Directors of
       Board of Directors and make a proper record of the same which shall be
                                                                                              the Allen County Agricultural Society present at any meeting of the Board shall
       attested by him. He shall keep such books as may be required by the Board
                                                                                              constitute a quorum for the transaction of any or all business coming before the
       of Directors, shall keep a roll of the members of the Society and shall conduct
                                                                                              Board at such meeting.
       the correspondence of the Society. He shall keep a record of all monies coming
                                                                                              Article XIX - Indemnification of Directors and Officers -
       into and from what source. He shall likewise keep an itemized account of
                                                                                              Henceforth, all Board members and Officers will be indemnified by the Society to the
       all monies paid out and for what purpose and generally perform such other
       duties as may be required by the Board of Directors or as prescribed by the
       Ohio Department of Agriculture.
D.     Treasurer: The Treasurer shall:
       1. Assume custody and responsibility of all funds and/or Securities of the
       Society.
       2. Be responsible for all deposits and withdrawals of monies into and out
       of a banking or investment firm designated by the Board of Directors.
       3. Be responsible for investing all monies pursuant to the Investment Policy
       as adopted by the Board of Directors.
                                                                Open Class Premium Book - 4
                                                        Lorain                         Aug. 20 - 26
                  2012 OHIO AGRICULTURAL
                                                        Lucas                            July 10 - 15
                       FAIR SCHEDULE
                                                        Madison                            July 7 - 14
             OHIO STATE FAIR JULY 25 - AUGUST 5
                                                        Mahoning                   Aug. 29 - Sept. 3
                      (1--000)
                                                        Marion                              July 2 - 7
                                                        Medina                      July 30 - Aug. 5
COUNTY                                       DATES
                                                        Meigs                          Aug. 13 - 18
                                                        Mercer                         Aug. 10 - 16
Adams                                  July 15 - 21
                                                        Miami                          Aug. 10 - 16
Allen                                 Aug. 17 - 25
                                                        Monroe                         Aug. 20 - 25
Ashland                               Sept. 16 - 22
                                                        Montgomery                 Aug. 29 - Sept. 3
Ashtabula                               Aug. 7 - 12
                                                        Morgan                             Sept. 4 - 8
Athens                                  Aug. 3 - 11
                                                        Morrow                     Aug. 27 - Sept. 3
Auglaize                           July 29 - Aug. 4
                                                        Muskingum                      Aug. 12 - 18
Belmont                                  Sept. 4 - 9
                                                        Noble                      Aug. 27 - Sept. 1
Brown                                 Sept. 24 - 29
                                                        Ottawa                           July 16 - 22
Butler                                 July 22 - 28
                                                        Paulding                       June 11 - 16
Carroll                                July 17 - 22
                                                        Perry                            July 16 - 21
Champaign                               Aug. 3 - 10
                                                        Pickaway                       June 16 - 23
Clark                                  July 20 - 27
                                                        Pike                        July 27 - Aug. 4
Clermont                               July 22 - 28
                                                        Portage                        Aug. 21 - 26
Clinton                                   July 8- 14
                                                        Preble                      July 28 - Aug. 4
Columbiana                        July 30 - Aug - 5
                                                        Putnam                         June 18 - 23
Coshocton                         Sept. 28 - Oct. 4
                                                        Richland                         Aug. 5 - 11
Crawford                               July 15 - 21
                                                        Ross                             Aug. 4 - 11
Cuyhahoga                               Aug. 6 - 12
                                                        Sandusky                       Aug. 21 - 26
Darke                                 Aug. 17 - 25
                                                        Scioto                           Aug. 6 - 11
Defiance                              Aug. 18 - 25
                                                        Seneca                           July 22 - 29
Delaware                              Sept. 15 - 22
                                                        Shelby                           July 22 - 28
Erie                                    Aug. 7 - 12
                                                        Stark                      Aug. 28 - Sept 3
Fairfield                               Oct. 7 - 13
                                                        Summit                           July 24 - 29
Fayette                                July 15 - 21
                                                        Trumbull                            July 3 - 8
Franklin                               July 14 - 21
                                                        Tuscarawas                     Sept. 17 - 23
Fulton                            Aug. 31 - Sept 6
                                                        Union                            July 22 - 28
Gallia                             July 30 - Aug. 4
                                                        Van Wert                   Aug. 29 - Sept. 3
Geauga                            Aug. 30 - Sept. 3
                                                        Vinton                           July 23 - 28
Greene                             July 29 - Aug. 4
                                                        Warren                           July 17 - 21
Guernsey                              Sept. 10 - 16
                                                        Washington                        Sept. 1 - 4
Hamilton                                Aug. 8 - 12
                                                        Wayne                            Sept. 8 - 13
Hancock                           Aug. 29 -Sept. 3
                                                        Williams                         Sept. 8 - 15
Hardin                                   Sept. 4 - 9
                                                        Wood                        July 30 - Aug. 6
Harrison                                   July 3 - 7
                                                        Wyandot                         Sept. 11 -16
Henry                                 Aug. 10 - 16
Highland                                 Sept. 1 - 8
                                                        INDEPENDENT FAIRS                  DATES
Hocking                               Sept. 10 - 15
                                                        Albany                            Sept. 5 - 9
Holmes                                  Aug. 6 - 11
                                                        Attica                           Aug. 7 - 11
Huron                                 Aug. 13 - 18
                                                        Barlow                         Sept. 26 - 30
Jackson                                July 13 - 21
                                                        Bellville                      Sept. 12 - 15
Jefferson                             Aug. 14 - 19
                                                        Hartford                         Aug. 5 - 11
Knox                                   July 22 - 28
                                                        Loudonville                        Oct. 2 - 6
Lake                                  Aug. 14 - 19
                                                        Richwood                    Aug. 29 -Sept. 3
Lawrence                                 July 7 - 14
Logan                                    July 9 - 14

                                                               Allen County Fair
                                                             August 17 - 25, 2012

				
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