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     2009
Cuyahoga

         August 10-16, 2009
         BEREA, OHIO
                                         Directors
 Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society



    David R. Stephan                   Carl Cooley                 Ron Trayte                Joyce Kish
  President, Concessions       1st VP, Cattle, Trailer Park     2nd Vice President            Secretary
         Graphics                Draft Ponies & Horses          Rentals, Beverages     Premium Book, Insurance




      Dennis Mozser                   Gail Royak                 James Burnette                Paul Gilly
        Admissions                     Treasurer              Poultry, Sheep, Goats            Electrical
    Audit & Foundation         Harness Race, Horse Show                                  Fire, Safety & Sound




       Joanne Scudder                Holly Everhart            James Lewandowski             Jeff Collins
     Sustainable Energy               Junior Fair                 Arts & Crafts             Maintenance
Veterinarian, Exotic Animals                                                              Golf Cars, Apiary




     Thomas Bruene                    Tom Sabrey                  Dennis Kopy               Charles Sculac
       Commercial                   Rabbits & Cavies            Security, Parking           Entertainment
Senior Shuttle & Activities           Landscaping                    Budget                  Grandstand




                      Terry Malone                  Stanley Trupo              Cheryl Neylon
                    Public Relations        Grants, Funding, Sponsorships          Floral
                   Strategic Planning                Horse Barns               Garden Produce
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                                        Official Premium List
                                                                    2009
                           C U YA H O G A
                         C O U N T Y FA I R
                        and EXPOSITION
                                    Monday through Sunday
                             August 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 2009
                                     Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society
                                              Main Entrance
                              19201 East Bagley Road • Middleburg Hts., Ohio
                                 (440) 243-0090 • Fax (440) 243-0344
                               Info Line (440) 239-FAIR – After July 1st
                                  Web-Site Address: www.cuyfair.com

                                                       Table of Contents
Admission Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             6   Hidden Valley Contest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             12
Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      17   Hobby Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          14
Arts & Crafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          8   Home Canning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            23
Art Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        15   Home Garden Vegetable and/or Display . . . . . . . . .                          21
Bees & Honey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            22   Horses, Draft – Halter, Hitch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 48
Boy Scouts of America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 37   Horse Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        51
Camping & Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                6   Junior Fair Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              34
Cattle, Beef and Dairy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              45   Junior Fair Officials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         34
Civil Air Patrol Cadets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               37   Junior Fair Mister & Miss Contest . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     41
Community Garden Competition . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                          21   Junior Fair Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           35
Culinary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      10   Little Miss & Mister Cuyahoga County Fair . . . . . .                           41
Dahlia Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         33   Livestock Health Exhibition Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     44
Dairy Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         47   Membership, Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society . . .                           5
Design Arrangements – Standard Division . . . . . . .                             31   Ohio Fair Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             4
Design Arrangements – Master Division . . . . . . . . .                           32   Payment of Premiums & Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       6
Design Arrangements – Junior Division . . . . . . . . . .                         33   Pedal Tractor Pull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          42
Directors & Officers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               5   Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       17
Entry Requirements – Exhibitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                      6   Ponies, Draft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       50
Fairy Gardens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           33   Poultry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   52
Floral Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             27   Rabbits and Cavies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            53
4-H Clubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         36   Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        7
4-H Animal Science Auction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    36   Senior Citizen Gardener . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               23
Fruit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   23   Sheep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   53
Garden & Produce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              20   Spam Competition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            11
Garden Center, Professional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   28   Specimen Blooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             29
General Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            5   Sustainability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       2
Girl Scouts – Lake Erie Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     37   Vegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      25
Handcraft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        8   Wine (Homemade) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             13
Herb Garden Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 21



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                              Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
                        Sustainability Initiative
                                          September 25, 2008

CUYAHOGA COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY                             Fairgrounds Sustainability
                RESOLUTION                                                Program

                                                           IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
    W   hereas, Cuyahoga County, in its Energy Task
        Force, and the City of Cleveland have both
created offices of Sustainability, and                  1. Enlist the assistance of organizations engaged in
                                                           Sustainability practices.
         hereas, the County Fairgrounds presents
   Wopportunities to introduce sustainability
principles through improved energy efficiency,
                                                                 a. Great Lakes Energy Task Force’s
                                                                    Sustainability Committee

recycling, waste reduction, construction waste                  b. City of Cleveland’s Office of Sustainability
recycling, purchase of recycled materials, and                   c. BOMA
                                                                d. Federal programs
  W      hereas, the mission of the Fair Board is to
         educate and demonstrate, and                            e. Internet


  Whereas, the numbers of visitors to the
        Fairgrounds presents opportunities for
sustainability education, and
                                                        2. Draft a Sustainability Program for the Fairgrounds.

                                                        3. Educate employees on reasons & benefits.

                                                        4. Acquire implementation services and materials.
    W   hereas a Sustainability Program would
        demonstrate to potential grant providers that
the Fairgrounds is committed to minimizing energy
                                                                 a. Hauling contracts
                                                                b. Container
and resource consumption and has taken steps to
                                                                 c. Light bulbs
reduce its expenses,
                                                                d. Pamphlets for visitors
    T   herefore, be it resolved that the Fair Board
        support the County’s and City’s goals by
initiating and pursuing a program of sustainable
                                                        5. Benchmark existing electricity usage figures &
                                                           patterns.
practices and education on the County Fairgrounds,
                                                        6. Report monthly on progress & improvements.
and
                                                        7. Identify capital projects for energy reduction. Seek

    F   urthermore, form a Sustainability Committee
        to develop the programs. The committee to be
chaired by Joanne Scudder and including Jeff Collins,
                                                           funding.


facilities; Ron Trayte, rentals; Bob Cartmell,
maintenance.


    Respectfully submitted by:

    Joanne Scudder, Director
    Date: September 25, 2008




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  The Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds Wind Turbine, Solar Array and Met Tower projects invite
the curious to explore and will inspire in young and old alike to develop the kind of forward-
thinking, analytical skills that will spur Ohioans to engage in the “greening” of America, and
benefit from the emergence of environmentally conscious industries.

                          Fairgrounds Wind Turbine Project
                                    Status Report
                                                (10-22-08)

           PROJECT DESCRIPTION                                               BENEFITS
The Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society,                 An educational kiosk will be constructed to
operator of the County Fairgrounds in                     present the benefits of renewable energy, to
Berea/Middleburg Heights, Ohio, is aggressively           explain the process and to house streaming
pursuing the installation of a wind turbine and           wind/electricity data displays. Tens of thousands
solar arrays at the Fairgrounds. The turbine size is      of visitors attending the annual Fair plus weekend
targeted at 600 kw, to be installed at the end of the     events will visit the display. Outreach programs
main parking lot. The solar array will be 20 kw
                                                          with colleges will be developed. The installation
erected on the low roof of the International
                                                          will aid Cuyahoga County’s efforts to identify the
Pavilion, with high visibility to Fairgrounds visitors.
                                                          area as a wind energy center, leading to
                    PURPOSE                               manufacturing and service jobs creation.
The wind turbine and the solar array would be                                FUNDING
installed to demonstrate the Society’s commitment
to renewable energy, to educate the community on          As a non-profit organization with a very limited
this subject by actual demonstration, to provide          budget, project advancement is dependent on
wind industry jobs training through collaboration         obtaining funds from outside sources. Beginning
with Polaris Career Center and to reduce the              with the ODOD Renewable Energy Grant
Society’s single largest expense, its electricity bills   program, the project team will seek funding from
of about $100,000 per year.                               outside sources committed to supporting
                                                          renewable energy projects.
               SITE RATIONALE
The Fairgrounds is a clear, open, urban site of                            TIMETABLE
115 acres. Preliminary wind data obtained                 The Society’s goal is to begin fundraising in
through AWS Truewind indicates a year-round               October 2008 and to complete the project by
average wind speed of 12.4 mph. Actual 12-
                                                          July 2010.
month monitoring is in progress, under a grant
from Green Energy Ohio, funded by ODOD.
FAA approval has been obtained. Middleburg
Heights zoning variance and Planning
Commission approvals have been obtained.




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             2009 Ohio Agricultural Fair Schedule
                    Ohio State Fair — July 29 - August 9, 2009
                        Information on All Ohio Events –
                                 1-800-282-5393
County        Location            Dates              County        Location           Dates
Adams         (West Union)        July 19-25         Mahoning      (Canfield)         Sept. 2-7
Allen         (Lima)              Aug. 21-29         Marion        (Marion)           June 29 - July 4
Ashland       (Ashland)           Sept. 20-26        Medina        (Medina)           Aug. 2-9
Ashtabula     (Jefferson)         Aug. 11-16         Meigs         (Pomeroy)          Aug. 17-22
Athens        (Athens)            Aug. 7-15          Mercer        (Celina)           Aug. 14-20
Auglaize      (Wapakoneta)        Aug. 2-8           Miami         (Troy)             Aug. 14-20
Belmont       (St. Clairsville)   Sept. 8-13         Monroe        (Woodsfield)       Aug. 24-29
Brown         (Georgetown)        Sept. 28 - Oct.3   Montgomery    (Dayton)           Sept. 2-7
Butler        (Hamilton)          July 26 - Aug.1    Morgan        (McConnelsville)   Sept. 8-12
Carroll       (Carrollton)        July 20-26         Morrow        (Mt. Gilead)       Aug. 31 - Sept. 7
Champaign     (Urbana)            Aug. 7-14          Muskingum     (Zanesville)       Aug. 16-22
Clark         (Springfield)       July 24-31         Noble         (Caldwell)         Aug. 31 - Sept. 5
Clermont      (Owensville)        July 26 - Aug.1    Ottawa        (Oak Harbor)       July 20-26
Clinton       (Wilmington)        July 11-18         Paulding      (Paulding)         June 16-20
Columbiana    (Lisbon)            Aug. 3-9           Perry         (New Lexington)    July 20-25
Coshocton     (Coshocton)         Oct. 2-8           Pickaway      (Circleville)      June 20-27
Crawford      (Bucyrus)           July 18-25         Pike          (Piketon)          July 31 - Aug. 8
Cuyahoga      (Berea)             Aug. 10-16         Portage       (Randolph)         Aug. 25-30
Darke         (Greenville)        Aug. 21-29         Preble        (Eaton)            Aug. 1-8
Defiance      (Hicksville)        Aug. 22-29         Putnam        (Ottawa)           June 23-28
Delaware      (Delaware)          Sept. 19-26        Richland      (Mansfield)        Aug. 9-15
Erie          (Sandusky)          Aug. 11-16         Ross          (Chillicothe)      Aug. 8-15
Fairfield     (Lancaster)         Oct. 11-17         Sandusky      (Fremont)          Aug. 25-30
Fayette       (Washington C.H.)   July 27 - Aug. 1   Scioto        (Lucasville)       Aug. 10-15
Franklin      (Hilliard)          July 18-25         Seneca        (Tiffin)           July 26 - Aug. 2
Fulton        (Wauseon)           Sept. 4-10         Shelby        (Sidney)           July 26 - Aug. 1
Gallia        (Gallipolis)        Aug. 3-8           Stark         (Canton)           Sept. 1-7
Geauga        (Burton)            Sept. 3-7          Summit        (Tallmadge)        July 28 - Aug. 2
Greene        (Xenia)             Aug. 2-8           Trumbull      (Cortland)         June 30 - July 5
Guernsey      (Old Washington)    Sept. 14-20        Tuscarawas    (Dover)            Sept. 21-27
Hamilton      (Carthage)          Aug. 11-15         Union         (Marysville)       July 26 - Aug. 2
Hancock       (Findlay)           Sept. 2-7          Van Wert      (Van Wert)         Sept. 2-9
Hardin        (Kenton)            Sept. 8-13         Vinton        (McArthur)         July 26 - Aug. 1
Harrison      (Cadiz)             July 7-11          Warren        (Lebanon)          July 20-25
Henry         (Napoleon)          Aug. 14-20         Washington    (Marietta)         Sept. 5-8
Highland      (Hillsboro)         Sept. 5-12         Wayne         (Wooster)          Sept. 12-17
Hocking       (Logan)             Sept. 14-19        Williams      (Montpelier)       Sept. 12-19
Holmes        (Millersburg)       Aug. 17-22         Wood          (Bowling Green)    Aug. 4-10
Huron         (Norwalk)           Aug. 17-22         Wyandot       (Upper Sandusky)   Sept. 15-20
Jackson       (Wellston)          July 17-25
Jefferson     (Smithfield)        Aug. 18-23               Independent Agricultural Fairs
Knox          (Mt. Vernon)        July 25 - Aug. 1   Albany        (Athens)           Sept. 9-13
Lake          (Painesville)       Aug. 18-23         Attica        (Seneca)           Aug. 12-16
Lawrence      (Proctorville)      July 11-18         Barlow        (Washington)       Sept. 24-27
Logan         (Bellefontaine)     July 14-19         Bellville     (Richland)         Sept. 16-19
Lorain        (Wellington)        Aug. 24-30         Hartford      (Licking)          Aug. 9-15
Lucas         (Maumee)            July 28 - Aug. 2   Loudonville   (Ashland)          Oct. 6-10
Madison       (London)            July 11-18         Richwood      (Union)            Sept. 2-7



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                          The Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society
                                  Officers and Directors
                            Officers                                      Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society
David R. Stephan ................................President                    Memberships, Election and
Carl Cooley..........................................1st Vice President            Annual Meeting
Ronald Trayte.......................................2nd Vice President       Membership in the Agricultural Society is available to
Joyce Kish ...........................................Secretary           any resident of Cuyahoga County, 21 years of age or
Gail Royak ...........................................Treasurer           older. The annual membership fee is $25.00 and includes
                                                                          four gate passes. By Resolution of the Board of Directors,
                Executive Committee                                       the sale of Memberships for the coming year open
               David R. Stephan, Chairman                                 (December 15 and close on the last day of the fair.)
          Ronald Trayte, Joyce Kish, Paul Gilly,                          Memberships are on sale prior to fair week at the Fair
                                                                          Board Office on Monday and Wednesday and at the
        Jeff Collins, Thomas Bruene, Carl Cooley,                         Maintenance Building from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and
        Gail Royak, Dennis Kopy, Dennis Mozser                            during fair week at the Board Office daily from 10:00 a.m.
                                                                          until 10:00 p.m.
                           Directors                                         Any member of the Cuyahoga County Agricultural
                       Term Expires 2009                                  Society in good standing may declare his or her candidacy
                                                                          for the office of Director by filing with the Secretary of
            James D. Burnette, Olmsted Township                           the Society a petition signed by ten or more members of
                  Gail Royak, Brook Park                                  the Society, at least 7 days before the annual election of
                Carl Cooley, North Olmsted                                Directors is held. Blank petitions for this purpose shall be
                Joyce Kish, Parma Heights                                 obtained from the Secretary.
               Dennis Mozser, Olmsted Falls                                  The Annual Meeting and election of Directors by ballot
                  Tom Sabrey, Strongsville                                by resolution of the Board has been fixed as the second
                                                                          Saturday in September. Each member will receive a letter,
              Thomas Bruene, North Royalton                               two weeks prior to the annual meeting, specifying time,
                                                                          date and location of balloting and the annual meeting. The
                           Directors                                      location of said meeting and Election shall be the Fair
                       Term Expires 2010                                  Board Office in Berea, Ohio between the hours of 10:00
                                                                          a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
                Joanne Scudder, Brecksville
              Charles R. Sculac, Olmsted Falls                                               General Rules
                    Dennis Kopy, Parma                                    1. NO PERSON will be permitted to:
                         – Vacant –                                          A. Sell or distribute free, any merchandise
               Jeff Collins, Olmsted Township                                B. Post or display signs
            *James Lewandowski, North Royalton                               C. Distribute handbills or advertising material
                   *Holly Everhart, Berea                                    D. Make solicitations of any nature on the Fairgrounds
              *Appointed to one-year term expriring 2009                         except in contracted Concession or Commercially
                                                                                 rented spaces.
                           Directors                                      2. Smoking is NOT permitted in any barn and/or
                       Term Expires 2011                                     exhibition building.
               Paul Gilly, Jr., Olmsted Township                          3. DOGS or other PETS are NOT permitted on the
                 Cheryl Neylon, Brook Park                                   Fairgrounds except for Assistance Dogs and Junior
                          – Vacant –                                         Fair demonstration animals.
                     Stan Trupo, Berea                                    4. Alcoholic beverages may NOT be brought into the
                David R. Stephan, Cleveland                                  fairgrounds.
                Ronald Trayte, Parma Heights                              5. Bikes, Skateboards, Roller Blades (Inline Skates),
                    Terry Malone, Berea                                      Roller Skates, Motorized and other Scooters, ATV’s
                                                                             and/or other similar & wheeled devices are NOT
                                                                             permitted on the Fairgrounds.
                 Ex-Officio Directors                                     6. LASER pens, pointers or any other Laser devices are
              County Superintendent of Schools                               NOT permitted on the Fairgrounds.
             Cuyahoga County Extension Agents                             7. We reserve the right to inspect all packages and con-
                                                                             tainers.
                  Honorary Directors                                      8. IT IS ILLEGAL TO KNOWINGLY CARRY A
   James Cottrell                       Robert Knorr                         FIREARM, DEADLY WEAPON OR DANGEROUS
   James Gott                           Norman Lehman                        ORDNANCE ANYWHERE ON THESE PREMISES.
   Larry Hart                           Henry F. Lukas, Jr.                  THIS PROHIBITION APPLIES TO ALL
   Lois Easton Jerrow                   David G. Ross                        PERSONS, INCLUDING CONCEALED
   John W. Jones                        Janet L. Schubert                    HANDGUN LICENSE OWNERS.
   James Kaul                           Lawrence Wengatz                  9. The Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society assumes no
   Christopher King                                                          responsibility for damage to or loss of parked vehicles
                                                                             or personal property contained within parked vehicles.


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                                                                                EXHIBITORS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (Continued)
               Admission and Parking
               FREE PARKING EVERY DAY!                                           6. All exhibitor’s articles and animals must remain on
                      FAIR HOURS:                                                   exhibit, no substitutions, until closing time each day,
           Monday, Opens 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM                                         except on Sunday, the last day of the Fair. On Sunday
 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Noon to 11:00 PM                             evening livestock will be released at the discretion of
            Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM                                          the Board of Directors.
               Sunday, Noon to 10:00 PM                                          7. Directors and/or Superintendents of the respective
                                                                                    departments are in charge of assigning space and/or
DAILY ADMISSION -                 (Does not include ride privilege)
                                                                                    stalls to Exhibitors.
General Admission - No Rides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 5.95
                                                                                 8. No person shall be informed of the number of kinds of
Senior Citizens & Youth (3-12 yrs.) - No Rides . . . $ 4.95                         entries, except the Directors.
Junior Fair Participants: 4H, Boy & Girl Scouts,
  FFA, etc. with valid membership card Daily . . . $ 2.00                        9. SUBMIT YOUR ENTRIES on time. Class descrip-
                                                                                    tions should be copied exactly as they appear in the
Kids’ Day (3-16 yrs.) - No Rides, Thursday Only . . $ 2.00                          premium book. Entries made will not be scratched
Military with ID Card, Children under                                               and Entry Fees will not be refunded except in case of
  3 years of age . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FREE       sickness or accident.
Gates Passes, Work Passes and Exhibitors tickets do not                         10. The Fairboard reserves the right to interpret its own
include ride privilege. Ride tickets and bands can be pur-                          rules and regulations and determine through its
chased inside the fairgrounds.                                                      Directors-In-Charge all matters and differences in
                                                                                    regards thereto. A grieved party may enter a protest,
    ALL VEHICLES MUST BE OFF THE MIDWAY BY 11:45 AM                                 signed by three persons, with the Secretary, who shall
  MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY                             lay the same before the Board for their decision at the
           ON THURSDAY — DEADLINE IS 9:45 AM
       COMMERCIAL BLDGS. CLOSE AT 10 PM NIGHTLY
                                                                                    next session, from which there shall be no appeal.
                                                                                11. Make checks payable to CUYAHOGA COUNTY
                                                                                    FAIR. Your check or money order must accompany
Camping and Parking                                                                 your entry form. Mail your entry form and check to:
                           (Fair Week Only)                                                Cuyahoga County Fair
Camper/Motorhome Parking, Electric Only . . . . $ 75.00                                    P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017
Camper/Motorhome Parking, Water & Electric . $100.00
Camper/Motorhome Parking, Water,                                                12. FAIR OFFICE HOURS:
   Electric & Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $125.00              Open Monday, Wednesday & Fridays - Year Round–
*Some spaces do not include sewer                                                     10 AM - 3 PM
                                                                                     Closed weekends until August 8
                                                                                     July 20 thru August 9 – 9 AM - 5 PM
        Exhibitors Entry Requirements                                                August 10 thru August 16 – 9 AM - 10 PM
                                                                                     August 17 thru August 21 – 9 AM - 5 PM
1. EXHIBITOR’S TICKET – All exhibitors in Open                                  13. Any Exhibitor who wins over $600 in premiums must
   Classes must purchase an Exhibitor’s ticket. The cost                            complete a W-9 form before checks are distributed in
   depends on entry date. All entries received postmarked                           compliance with IRS regulations. A 1099 MISC will
   by July 20 - $10.00. All entries postmarked between                              be issued to those exhibitors.
   July 21 and the close of entries on July 30 - $12.00.
   Only one exhibitor allowed per entry. The ticket                             14. For rules and regulations not included in the above,
   includes two Fair General Admissions.                                            Rules and Regulations of the Ohio Department of
   Note: The purchase of an Exhibitor Ticket does not                               Agriculture shall apply.
   constitute a membership in the Cuyahoga County
   Agricultural Society and further does not entitle the                          Payment of Premiums and Awards
   Purchaser to vote at the Annual Election of Member-                              If the proceeds of the Fair, after paying expenses, are
   ship Meetings.                                                               not sufficient to pay the Premiums in full, they will be
2. ENTRY FEES – No added entry fees are required in                             paid on a pro-rated basis from the funds available.
   the Arts & Crafts, Garden Produce or Floral Depart-                              No premiums will be paid on articles unless they are
   ments. See the Livestock and Horse Show Premium                              listed in the Premium List.
   Lists covering entry fees for all animals exhibited.                             Other articles may be exhibited, and if deemed worthy
3. ENTRY FORMS in all departments MUST be                                       by the Board, may be placed on the Premium List the
   delivered to the Fair Office or postmarked no later than                     following year.
   July 30, 2009 except in certain Breeds of Cattle.                                No person is to interfere with the judges during their
                                                                                examination of stock or other articles. Any Exhibitor
4. Directors, Superintendents and their assistants are not                      interfering shall forfeit his or her premium. Where there
   permitted to exhibit in their respective departments.
                                                                                is but one animal or article in a class, the Judge may
   Fairboard office personnel are not permitted to exhibit
                                                                                award first, second, or no premium, if he or she deems it
   in any department of the Fair.
                                                                                undeserving.
5. The Judge may require proof, if deemed necessary, as to                          Entry tags or ribbons have no value as to the payment
   any doubtful or disputed point.                                              of premiums, as premiums are paid only by the records of
                                                                                the Judges’ books from which there shall be no appeal.



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                                    Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society
                                               Scholarship
The Board of Directors of the Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society announces one or more five hundred dollar scholarships
available to graduating high school seniors who were active participants in the prior or current Cuyahoga County Fair and
are attending a 2 or 4-year college or university.
Applications are available at the Fairboard Office annually after October 1. Please call (440) 243-0090 for additional information.


                                     Official Sponsors of the
                 113th Cuyahoga County Fair




                                          CCF SPEAKERS BUREAU
The Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society provides speakers who will develop a presentation for your civic or cultural
organization. Our program focus is the function of the Society and the year round preparation leading up to the annual Fair.
With or without visuals we will custom design, free-of-charge, a program for your club or organization.
Please call the Fairboard Office for further details, (440) 243-0090.




                                                     (now a part of PNC)


                                                     Presents
            “Celebrating American Television”
                 Special Featured Exhibit
                                                         at the
            113th Cuyahoga County Fair
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     ARTS and CRAFTS                                                  9. PLEASE read additional Entry Rules listed under each
                                                                         section.
                                                                     10. PLEASE direct questions regarding entering to the
                   DEPARTMENT 04                                         Dept. Director at FairGuy01@yahoo.com.
                JAMES LEWANDOWSKI
                        Director                                                     Section 100
                  FairGuy01@yahoo.com
            ELIZABETH LEWANDOWSKI
                                                                                    HANDCRAFT
                  Superintendent                                     ENTRY RULES
                                                                      1. Items previously exhibited in this Fair are not eligible.
                           SECTIONS                                   2. All exhibits must be solely the work of the
          Handcraft • Culinary • Hobby Show
                                                                         exhibitor. Purchased articles are not permitted.
          Artwork • Antiques • Photography
                   New in 2009: Beer                                  3. Exhibitors are limited to a single item per entry
                Find rules and categories on Page 14                     ticket unless otherwise specified under the class.
                                                                      4. See Arts & Crafts GENERAL ENTRY RULES.
                                                                      5. Criteria for judging handcraft exhibits:
                 IMPORTANT DATES                                         • Workmanship
Mon., July 20 – Early Entries
                                                                         • Suitability of materials, colors, design
Thurs., July 30 – Entries Close
                                                                         • Practicability, intended use
Thurs., Aug. 6 – Entries Accepted including Wine
                  (except culinary) 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.                     • Cleanliness, neatness
Fri., Aug. 7    – Entries Accepted including Wine                     6. In an entry with multiple techniques, (i.e. cross
                  (except culinary) 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.                stitch and hardanger combined) put the entry in the
Sat., Aug. 8    – Entries Accepted including Wine and Beer               class that contains the most technique in the item.
                  (except culinary) 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.             7. The design on all handcraft pictures must be no larg-
Sun., Aug. 9 – ONLY Culinary and Beer Entries Accepted                   er than 22" x 28" except where otherwise specified.
                  9:00 - 11:30 a.m. — Class 200-217;
                  233-244; 246-257; 290-299; Judging of               8. In Classes 1 through 156, Honorable Mentions
                  Entries - Closed to public                             may be awarded where deemed worthy.
Wed., Aug. 12 – ONLY Culinary Entries Accepted 9:00 -                 9. An item that has a specific class already listed
                 10:00 a.m. — Class 222-232; 260-264; SPAM               must be entered in that class — NOT UNDER
                 Entries Accepted; Judging 1:00 p.m. (Class
                 268) 12:30 - 1:00 p.m.                                  SPECIMEN OTHER THAN ABOVE.
                – HIDDEN VALLEY entries accepted (Class
                  269) 7:00 - 7:30 p.m. Judging 7:30 p.m.            CROCHET
Mon., Aug. 17 – Entry Pick Up – 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.                Class                                        1st   2nd 3rd
                                                                       1   Tablecloth (standard or banquet) $10.00 5.00      3.00
                                                                       2   Bedspread (twin or full size)     10.00 5.00      3.00
                    ENTRY RULES                                        3   Handbag                            3.00 2.00      1.00
    1. To exhibit you must purchase an Exhibitor’s Ticket              4   Stole, shawl, poncho or cape       3.00 2.00      1.00
       which includes two complimentary gate admissions.               5   Sweater                            5.00 3.00      1.00
       Your one Exhibitor’s Ticket permits you to exhibit              6   Baby afghan or shawl               3.00 2.00      1.00
       in all of the other Open Class Divisions and/or                 7   Baby garments (2 or 3 piece set)   3.00 2.00      1.00
       Departments of the Cuyahoga County Fair.                        8   Doily                              3.00 2.00      1.00
    2. There are no Class Entry Fees in this department.               9   Pillow                             3.00 2.00      1.00
    3. Make check or money order payable to Cuyahoga                  10   Rug                                3.00 2.00      1.00
       County Fair and mail with your Entry Form to:                  11   Doll Dress                         3.00 2.00      1.00
                      Cuyahoga County Fair                            12   Specimen other than above          3.00 2.00      1.00
               P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017                       13   Specimen made by a senior citizen 10.00 7.00      5.00
                                                                           Best of Class                      Rosette
       Your Exhibitor Ticket will be mailed to you.
       Your Entry Tags will be held for you at the Arts and
                                                                     EMBROIDERY OR CROSS STITCH-STAMPED
       Crafts Building.                                              Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
    4. The Entry Requirements governing the Cuyahoga County          Class
       Fair apply to this department in addition to the following.    14   Tablecloth
    5. Contestants will be responsible for proper classification.     15   Silk ribbon embroidery
    6. Only those persons exhibiting hobbies will be allowed to       16   Picture or sampler-framed size up to 22" x 28"
       set up exhibits.                                               17   Punch needle embroidery
    7. No premium will be awarded if exhibit is considered            18   Crewel (worked with yarn), picture
       unworthy by the judge.                                         19   Crewel (worked with yarn), pillow
    8. All entries are exhibited behind a wire mesh screen to         20   Specimen other than above
       protect them from handling by the public. Watchmen             21   Specimen by a senior citizen
       are on duty at all times.                                           Best of Class - Rosette


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HANDCRAFT (continued)                                              HANDCRAFT (continued)

COUNTED CROSS STITCH (NOT STAMPED)                                 KNITTING (continued)
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00;                   Class                                      1st    2nd 3rd
Class                                                               64 Scarf                                  3.00 2.00 1.00
 23 Miniature specimen, maximum size 2" x 3"                        65 Specimen other than above              3.00 2.00 1.00
 24 Picture design under 6" x 8"                                       Best of Class                          Rosette
 25 Picture design 6" x 8" and over worked on 11 or 14
    Aida and inter-locked fabrics                                  NEEDLEPOINT
 26 Picture design 6" x 8" and over worked on 16 or 18             Class
    Aida and inter-locked fabrics                                   70 Picture, framed size up
 27 Picture design 6" x 8" and over worked on linen and                to 22" x 28" (no more than
    single-thread fabrics                                              3 different stitches)                   $3.00 2.00 1.00
 28 Sampler (not picture) worked on Aida and inter-                 71 Picture, framed size up
    locked fabrics                                                     to 22" x 28" (3 or more
 29 Sampler (not picture) worked on linen and single-                  different stitches)                       3.00 2.00 1.00
    thread fabrics, no more than 3 stitches or                      72 Miniature specimen -
    stitch variations                                                  maximum size 2" x 3"                      3.00 2.00     1.00
 30 Sampler (not picture) worked on linen and single-               73 Plastic canvas specimen                   3.00 2.00     1.00
    thread fabrics, 4 or more stitches or stitch variations         74 Specimen by a senior citizen              5.00 3.00     2.00
 31 Afghan                                                          75 Specimen other than above                 3.00 2.00     1.00
 32 Pillow                                                             Best of Class                             Rosette
 33 Waste canvas specimen
 34 Specimen other than above                                      HANDMADE FELT
 35 Holiday picture or sampler
 36 Holiday ornaments (maximum of 3)
                                                                   Class
                                                                    76 Needle Felt                             $3.00 2.00 1.00
 37 Holiday specimen other than above
                                                                    77 Wet Felt                                 3.00 2.00 1.00
    Best of Class - Rosette
                                                                    78 Knitted or Crochet Felt                  3.00 2.00 1.00
OTHER HANDIWORK
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00;                   QUILTING
                                                                   Class
Class                                                              101 Embroidered quilt
 38 Tatting
                                                                       (cross stitch or outline)              $10.00    5.00   2.00
 39 Smocking
                                                                   102 Applique quilt                          10.00    5.00   2.00
 40 Candlewicking
                                                                   103 Pieced and tied quilt                   10.00    5.00   2.00
 41 Rag Rugs
                                                                   104 Cotton patch work quilt                 10.00    5.00   2.00
 42 Counted Thread (no cross stitch, hardanger or
                                                                   105 Specimen, junior bed size quilt         10.00    5.00   2.00
    canvas) (Duplicate stitch is entered in this class)
                                                                   106 Specimen, crib quilt                     5.00    3.00   1.00
 43 Weaving
                                                                   107 Machine quilted wall hanging
                                                                       up to 48" x 48"                           3.00 2.00 1.00
ARTICLE BY A MAN – NEEDLEWORK                                      108 Hand quilted wall hanging
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                        up to 48" x 48"                           3.00   2.00   1.00
Class                                                              109 Hand quilted clothing                     3.00   2.00   1.00
 44 Specimen                                                       110 Quilted pillow                            3.00   2.00   1.00
                                                                   111 Specimen other than above                 3.00   2.00   1.00
                                                                   112 Specimen made by a
KNITTING                                                               senior citizen                          10.00 5.00 2.00
Class                                         1st    2nd 3rd           Best of Class                            Rosette
 49 Lady’s slip-over sweater, one
    color or variegated                      $5.00 3.00 1.00
 50 Lady’s slip-over sweater,
                                                                   HOOKED WORK
    more than one color                       5.00 3.00 1.00       Class
 51 Lady’s cardigan sweater                   5.00 3.00 1.00       114 Latchet rug or hanging              $5.00 3.00 2.00
 52 Lady’s bulky sweater (4 or                                     115 Colonial-traditional rug, tapestry   7.00 5.00 3.00
    fewer stitches per inch)                  5.00   3.00   1.00   116 Colonial-traditional rug             7.00 5.00 3.00
 53 Lady’s sleeveless sweater                 3.00   2.00   1.00   117 Colonial-traditional rug, primitive $7.00 5.00 3.00
 54 Man’s slip-over sweater                   3.00   2.00   1.00   118 Colonial-traditional, framed
 55 Man’s cardigan sweater                    3.00   2.00   1.00       specimen (no size limit)             5.00 3.00 2.00
 56 Man’s bulky sweater (4 or                                      119 Colonial-traditional, unframed
    fewer stitches per inch)                  3.00 2.00 1.00           specimen (no size limit)             5.00 3.00 2.00
 57 Specimen made by a                                             120 Colonial-traditional specimen
    senior citizen                           10.00 7.00 5.00           other than above                     5.00 3.00 2.00
 58 Shawl, stole, shrug, poncho,                                       Best of Class                        Rosette
    or cape                                  $3.00   2.00   1.00
 59 Baby garments, 2 or 3 piece set           3.00   2.00   1.00   AFGHANS
 60 Baby sweater                              3.00   2.00   1.00   Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00
 61 Child’s sweater (under 6)                 3.00   2.00   1.00   Class
 62 Child’s sweater (over 6)                  3.00   2.00   1.00   124 Crochet, one piece, one or more colors
 63 Socks, one pair                           3.00   2.00   1.00   125 Crochet, sections or shapes joined together


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HANDCRAFT (continued)                                              HANDCRAFT (continued)

AFGHANS (continued)                                                ADULTS (18 and over)
Class                                        1st    2nd 3rd        Class                                         1st    2nd 3rd
126 Crochet, afghan stitch, not       3.00 2.00 1.00               169   Lady’s outfit (no suits) up to 3 pcs. 8.00     5.00    3.00
    embroidered                                                    170   Lady’s formal dress                  10.00     7.00    5.00
127 Crocheted and embroidered                                      171   Heavyweight coat                     15.00    12.00    8.00
128 Hand knitted                                                   172   Lightweight coat                     15.00    12.00    8.00
129 Machine knitted                                                173   Children’s clothing - casual -
130 Specimen made by a senior citizen                                    up to 3 piece set                     5.00     4.00 3.00
    Best of Class - Rosette                                        174   Children’s clothing - dressy -
                                                                         up to 3 piece set                     5.00     4.00 3.00
HANDMADE TOYS - NEEDLEWORK                                         175   Children’s clothing - formal -
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                          (i.e. christening gowns)
Class                                                                    up to 3 piece set                     5.00     4.00 3.00
132 Knitted                                                        176   Children’s sleepwear -
133 Crocheted                                                            up to 3 piece set                     5.00     4.00    3.00
134 Stuffed or quilted, machine or hand sewn                       177   Adult sleepwear - up to 3 pc. set     5.00     4.00    3.00
135 Needlepoint                                                    178   Doll clothes - up to 3 pc. set        5.00     4.00    3.00
136 Christmas ornaments (max. of 3) not counted cross              179   Machine quilted clothing              5.00     4.00    3.00
    stitch                                                         180   Shirt or blouse                       5.00     4.00    3.00
137 Christmas figurines/decorations (max. of 3)                    181   Specimen made from kit                5.00     4.00    3.00
138 Christmas figurines/decorations, more than 3 (not to           182   Specimen non-apparel,
    exceed 15" in any direction)                                         no toys or quilts                     5.00     4.00    3.00
    Best of Class - Rosette                                        183   Lady’s slacks                         5.00     4.00    3.00
                                                                   184   Lady’s skirt                          5.00     4.00    3.00
                                                                   185   Strip pieced specimen                 5.00     4.00    3.00
BASKETRY                                                           186   Machine embroidery specimen           5.00     4.00    3.00
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
                                                                   187   Specimen other than above             5.00     4.00    3.00
Class
140 Miniature specimen, under 4" diameter
141 Over 4" up to under 10" diameter
142 10" and over (diameter)
                                                                                   Section 200
MISCELLANEOUS CRAFT SPECIMEN
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                                   CULINARY,
Class
145   Stencil (on fabric)
                                                                                 WINE & BEER
146   Fabric Painting                                              *See Important Dates at beginning of Arts & Crafts
147   Embellishment                                                 Section for dates entries accepted.
148   Felt (not handmade)
149   Tole                                                         ENTRY RULES
150   Paper Twist                                                   1. Limit of two (2) entries per class.
151   Beadwork                                                      2. Dinner, Sweet Rolls and Muffins are to be
152   Stained Glass
153   Fimo                                                             exhibited 6 on a plate.
154   Gift Wrap Specimen                                            3. Cookies are to be exhibited 6 on a plate.
155   Decorated Wreath/Swag                                         4. Candies are to be exhibited 8 pieces on a plate.
156   Scrap Book Specimen (one page)                                5. Candy that does not stand up in hot weather will
                                                                       NOT be accepted.
MACHINE SEWING                                                      6. Bring entry covered with plastic wrap or zip-lock bag.
1. Please bring your entry on a wire hanger.
                                                                    7. Paper plates only please.
2. Sewing instructors and professional sewers are ineligible
   to compete in the machine sewing classes.                        8. Pies that need refrigeration will NOT be accepted.
3. Exhibitors limited to one item per entry ticket unless           9. Any type pie pan may be used, but Fair
   otherwise specified.                                                Management will NOT be responsible for pan.
4. Juniors (under 18) should enter in the Junior Fair,             10. See Arts & Crafts General Entry Rules.
   sewing-needlecraft division
                                                                   CAKES (Bring Whole Cake)
BEST OF SHOW in Machine Sewing                $5.00 & Rosette      Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00;
                                                                             Best of Cakes: Gift Certificate from Tapp’s Cake
ADULTS (18 and over)                                                         Emporium & Rosette
Class                                        1st    2nd 3rd        Class
164   Lady’s suit, with pants or skirt      $7.00    5.00   4.00   200   Chiffon cake (not iced)
165   Lady’s blazer or jacket                7.00    5.00   4.00   201   Angel food cake (not iced)
166   Bridal gown with head piece           14.00   10.00   8.00   202   Sponge cake (not iced)
167   Men’s clothing (up to 3 pieces)       10.00    7.00   5.00   203   White layer cake
168   Lady’s dress                           8.00    5.00   3.00   204   Yellow layer cake


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CULINARY (continued)                                              CULINARY (continued)

CAKES (Bring Whole Cake) — (continued)                            CANDY (continued)
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00;                  Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00;
          Best of Cakes: Gift Certificate from Tapp’s Cake                  Best of Candy: Gift Certificate from Jan’s
          Emporium & Rosette                                                Confectionary Supplies & Rosette
Class                                                             Class
205   Spice layer cake                                            251   Sea foam
206   Devil’s food layer cake                                     252   Chocolate creams
207   Pound cake                                                  253   Chocolate bonbons
208   Cake, by junior (under 18) not coffee cake                  254   Chocolate peanut clusters
209   Cake by a man, not coffee cake                              255   Hard candy
210   Cake by a woman, not coffee cake                            256   Candy, any type, by a senior citizen
211   Muffins                                                     257   Specimen candy other than above
212   Specimen made by a senior citizen
213   Specimen other than above                                   PIES (In 8" or 9" pie pan)
                                                                  Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00;
      DECORATED CAKES AND NOVELTIES                                         Best of Pies: $5.00 & Rosette
                    (May Use Cake Form)                           Class
                                                                  260   Apple
Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00
                                                                  261   Berry
Class                                                             262   Cherry
214   Birthday or Special Occasion                                263   Peach
215   Wedding                                                     264   Specimen other than above
216   Novelty
217   Specimen other than above
YEAST GOODS                                                       Class
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00; Best of Bread:   268
Class
          $5.00 & Rosette; Best of Rolls: $5.00 & Rosette
                                                                      The
222   White bread, one loaf
223   Whole wheat bread, one loaf                                    Great
224   Rye bread, one loaf
225   Foreign or nationality bread, one loaf                        American
226   Bread - no yeast (quick bread)
227   Dinner rolls - parker house, clover leaf, etc.                 Spam®
228   Sweet rolls - cinnamon, pecan, etc.
229   Holiday or special occasion sweet rolls, tea rings, etc.    Championship
230   Kuchen or coffee cake with or without yeast
231   Specimen made by a senior citizen with or without yeast
232   Specimen other than above                                                  2009 SPAM® Contest
COOKIES                                                           Spice-Up your favorite recipe into a SPAMSATIONAL™
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00;                    dish and enter it at the fair! We are looking for easy,
          Best of Cookies: Gift Certificate from Penny’s Sweet
          Supplies & Rosette
                                                                   almost “effortless” main dishes that are sure-fire crowd
Class                                                              pleasers. Revise classic and traditional recipes with the
233   Rolled cookie                                                 magic of the SPAM® Family of Products and see how
234   Drop cookie                                                  your entry stacks up. Unleash your culinary creativity!
235   Bar cookie
236   Pressed cookie                                                      Two Categories: 1 for Adults — 1 for Kids
237   Refrigerator cookie                                                (Adults: Ages 18 & up, Kid Chefs: Ages 7-17)
238   Filled cookie
239   Chocolate chip cookie
                                                                  LOCAL SPAM® CHAMP PRIZES: (Adults)
240   Oatmeal cookie
241   Brownie                                                     1st PRIZE: $150; 2nd PRIZE: $50; 3rd PRIZE: $25
242   Cookie, any type, by a junior under 18 yrs.
243   Cookie, any type, by a man                                  LOCAL SPAM® KID CHEF PRIZES: (Kids)
244   Cookie, any type, by a senior citizen                       1st PRIZE: $60; 2nd PRIZE: $30; 3rd PRIZE: $10
CANDY
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00;                            TWO NATIONAL GRAND PRIZES:
          Best of Candy: Gift Certificate from Jan’s
          Confectionary Supplies & Rosette                           1. National SPAM® CHAMPION GRAND PRIZE:
Class                                                              A trip to the 2010 Waikiki SPAM JAM® Event in Hawaii
246   Caramel                                                                valued at $3,000 (Adult Grand Prize)
247   Chocolate fudge
                                                                        2. National “SPAM® KID CHEF OF THE YEAR”
248   White fudge
249   Peanut brittle                                                             Grand Prize: $2000 cash prize
250   Penocha


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CULINARY - Best SPAM® (continued)                               CULINARY - Best SPAM® (continued)

GENERAL ENTRY RULES                                             For the National SPAM® Championship Grand Prize
                                                                (Adult: Age 18 & up)*: One national grand prize
 1. Make a delicious main dish. Use at least one 12-ounce can
                                                                winner will be selected out of all 40 1st place recipes from
    of SPAM® any variety (Classic, Lite, Oven Roasted Turkey,
                                                                cooks ages 18 and up. He/She will receive a voucher to
    Less Sodium, Hot & Spicy, or other).
                                                                cover $3000 in travel cost (airfare, hotel and food) for the
 2. Criteria for judges are: Taste (visual and savory           SPAM JAM® Waikiki Event 2010 in Hawaii. The national
    presence of SPAM® Products), Ease of Preparation            grand prize winner may elect to accept a $3000 cash prize
    (simplicity of recipe) and Presentation (appearance,        instead of the trip.
    theme and title of entry).                                  One National SPAM® Kid Chef of the Year will be selected
 3. Recipes should include 10 or fewer ingredients. Submit      out of all 40 1st place recipes from cooks ages 7 to 17 and
    your typed recipe with your prepared entry for judging.     he/she will receive a $2000 cash prize.
 4. Each entrant is welcome to include a “SPAM® Chef”
    statement on why he/she likes SPAM® Family of
    Products, which will be reviewed as part of the                HIDDEN VALLEY® DRESSINGS
    “Presentation” criteria for national judging.                “FRESH TASTE FOR THE FAMILY”
 5. Include the recipe title, your name, age, address, and             RECIPE CONTEST
    phone number along with your statement.                     Class
 6. First place winners from 2008 SPAM® contest are not         269 Specimen
    eligible to compete in the 2009 competition.
                                                                Let the herbs and spices of Hidden Valley® Original
 7. All recipes become the property of Hormel Foods             Ranch® Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix inspire your
    Sales, LLC, which has the right to publish or advertise     entry in the Hidden Valley® Dressing “Fresh Taste for the
    the recipes and contestants without compensation.           Family” Recipe Contest.
 8. All contestants including fair winners, finalist and the
    National Grand Prize winners shall not make any             Entice the judges with any crowd-pleasing entrée,
                                                                appetizer or side dish that features fresh ingredients &/or
    public appearances or give any interviews associated
                                                                produce (“Fresh Factor”) for a chance to win cash rewards
    with competition that are not concurrent with contest
                                                                and recognition.
    participation, without Hormel Foods’ prior written
    permission.                                                 GENERAL ENTRY RULES
 9. Hormel Foods is not responsible for lost recipes, nor is     1. Using the best that farms, grocers and home gardens
    the fair.                                                       have to offer, create any great tasting entrée, appetizer
10. Taxes on the prizes are the responsibility of the winner.       or side dish centered on fresh food, wholesome
                                                                    ingredients and traditions that bring families together.
11. Empoyees of Hormel Foods Corporation, its affiliates,
    subsidiaries and families of each are not eligible to        2. Must be at least 18 years of age and a legal US
    participate.                                                    resident to enter, limit one entry per person.
12. Fair contest supervisors forward 1st place winning           3. 2008 first place winners not eligible to compete in 2009.
    recipes for national grand prize judging for both Adult      4. All entries must be created with at least one 1-ounce
    and Kid Chef categories. Hormel Foods’ Home                     packet or 2 or more Tbsp of Hidden Valley® The
    Economists judge recipes on the above criteria. Their           Original Ranch® Salad Dressing and Seasoning Mix.
    decisions are final.                                         5. Recipe must be homemade, no mixes. Each recipe
13. Both grand prize winners will be notified by phone no           must be named, original, unpublished, the sole
    later than February 28, 2010. National winning                  property of entrant and not previously submitted in
    recipes will be available by sending a self-addressed           any other Hidden Valley® Original Ranch® Salad
    stamped #10 envelope to SPAM® NATIONAL, c/o                     Dressing contest.
    Blue Ribbon Group, 3033 Excelsior Blvd., #220,               6. Recipe, name, address, age and phone numbers must
    Minneapolis, MN 55416.                                          be typed on an 81/2" x 11" sheet of paper and be
14. Entries should be brought to the Home and Hobby                 submitted with entry. As proof of ingredient, attach
    Building on the Wednesday of fair week between 12:30            Hidden Valley® Dressing package label to recipe.
    and 1:00 p.m.                                                7. Recipes should list ingredients with measurements
15. You must purchase an exhibitor’s ticket to enter.               and state preparation instructions with baking/
                                                                    cooking times and number of servings.
JUDGING
                                                                 8. All recipes become the sole property of the HV Food
Judging will take place on the Wednesday of fair week at            Products Company, which reserves the right to edit,
1:00 p.m. in the Home and Hobby Building, and will be               adapt, copyright, publish and use any or all of the
open to the public. Recipes will be judged based on Taste           recipes. By entering, contestants agree to sign a
(45%), Presentation (25%) and Ease of Preparation (30%).            publicity release if requested and that HV Food


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CULINARY - Hidden Valley® (continued)                           CULINARY - Homemade Wine (continued)

    Products Company reserves the right to use the               3. Wines should be amateur- homemade by the process
    contestant names and photos for publicity,                      of fermentation and must not be blended with
    promotion, or advertising without compensation.                 commercial wines.
 9. Recipe should use fresh ingredient(s) and fresh              4. Wines appropriate for fortification may
    produce, and easy assembly steps are encouraged.                be fortified with suitable commercial
10. The HV Food Products Company is not responsible                 spirits in dessert class only.
    for lost, late, incomplete, incorrect or illegible recipe    5. Exhibitors may enter only one bottle
    entries.                                                        in each class. A single bottle may be
11. Taxes on prizes are the responsibility of the winner.           entered in only one class.
12. Employees of the HV Food Products Company, its               6. Each wine entry must be identified as
    affiliates, subsidiaries and immediate families are not         to major ingredient(s) - grape varietal,
    eligible to participate in this contest.                        fruit, berry, etc. and percent of
                                                                    each. Fair personnel will write this
13. This contest is sponsored by the HV Food Products
                                                                    information on the back of each
    Company, Oakland, CA.
                                                                    bottle’s ticket.
14. You must purchase an exhibitor’s ticket to enter.
                                                                 7. Any exhibitor who would like to pick up
15. Entries should be brought to the Home & Hobby                   his/her wine after judging should bring a bottle of
    Building on the Wednesday of Fair week between 7:00             colored liquid (similar in color to the one entered) to
    and 7:30 p.m.                                                   the Arts & Crafts Building between 3:30-4:30 p.m.
                                                                    on Sunday preceding fair week. An exchange bottle
JUDGING                                                             must be presented for each bottle being taken. Please
Judging will take place on                                          bring your claim checks to facilitate an easy
the Wednesday of fair                                               exchange. Ribbons remain with bottle being exhibited
week at 7:30 p.m. in the                                            during the Fair.
Home and Hobby
                                                                 8. Wine entries will be accepted at the Home and
Building, and will be open
                                                                    Hobby Building, Thurs. 6-8 p.m.; Fri. 9:00 a.m. -
to the public. Recipes will                                         8:00 p.m.; and Sat. 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (before
be judged based on                                                  Fair Week).
All Family Appeal (20%),
Taste Appeal (40%), Fresh                                        9. See Arts & Crafts General Entry Rules.
Factor (25%), Ease of
                                                                BEST OF SHOW IN WINE                     Gift Certificate from
Preparation (15%).
                                                                                                          Leener’s & Rosette
NATIONAL GRAND PRIZE
                                                                HOMEMADE WINES
** Double the 2008 Prize! **                                    Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00; 4th - $1.00
$2,000 cash plus an engraved memento.                           Class
The grand prize winner (selected from first place               270   Dry red table wine — fresh vinifera
winning recipes using the judging criteria described            271   Dry red table wine — French hybrid grape
above) will be notified by phone no later than                  272   Dry red table wine — fresh labrusca grape
January 31, 2010. The name of the national grand                273   Dry red table wine — grape concentrate
prize winner and the winning recipe will be available           274   Dry red table wine — other than grape, fresh or
by sending a self-addressed envelope to the Blue                      concentrate
Ribbon Group, Attn: Hidden Valley, 3033 Excelsior               275   Dry white table wine — fresh vinifera
Blvd., Suite 220, Minneapolis, MN 55416.                        276   Dry white table wine — French hybrid grape
                                                                277   Dry white table wine — fresh labrusca grape
PRIZES                                                          278   Dry white table wine — grape concentrate
1st Prize: $200; 2nd Prize: $100; 3rd Prize: $50.               279   Dry white table wine — other than grape,
                                                                      fresh or concentrate
Each winner will also receive a ribbon, award certificate
                                                                280   Rose/Blush table wine
and apron.                                                      281   Sweet red wine — grape
Recipes will be judged by personnel chosen by the fair,         282   Sweet red wine — other than grape -
whose decision is final.                                              i.e., fruit, berry, flower or vegetable
                                                                283   Sweet white wine — grape
HOMEMADE WINE ENTRY RULES                                       284   Sweet white wine — other than grape -
 1. Wines may be made from grapes, other fruit, berries,              i.e. fruit, berry, flower or vegetable
    vegetables, grains, other suitable ingredients, or blends   285   Red Dessert —grape, fruit, or berry
    of these.                                                   286   White Dessert — grape, fruit, or berry
                                                                287   Honey/Mead
 2. Ingredients may be fresh, canned, dried,                    288   Sparkling Wine
     concentrated, or otherwise preserved.


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CULINARY - Homemade Wine (continued)                                           Section 300
RULES FOR PRESENTATION                                                       HOBBY SHOW
 1. Still wines must be submitted in clear, green or
    brown smooth glass bottles of approximately 26             ENTRY RULES
    ounce (4/5 quart) capacity or metric equivalent.           Limit of one entry per class and one item per entry
                                                               unless otherwise specified, for Classes 300 to 377.
 2. Bottles of the general shape called “Bordeau”,
    “Burgundy” or “Rhine” are acceptable.                       1. MAXIMUM size per exhibit - 18" x 18" x 18"
 3. Bottles must have nearly straight sides and may                height in classes 300-313; 24" x 24" x 24" in
    be closed with cork, screw top or plastic stopper.             classes 322-368. Doll houses shall not exceed
                                                                   24" x 43" at the base, nor higher than 40".
 4. Sparkling wines must be in standard (green or
    clear) champagne bottles with wired conventional            2. No limit on collection pieces unless specified. Rule
    champagne stoppers.                                            #1 applies.
 5. Capsules, foils, or other seals must not be used            3. Due to limited space, exhibits will be placed on
    over the bottled closure.                                      display on a first come basis.
 6. Bottles must be filled so that one or two inches            4. If display can be hung, please include hanging
    of air space remains under the fully installed top             facilities.
    or cork.                                                    5. Classes 300 through 312 are miscellaneous
 7. NO labels.                                                     classes. A hobby must be entered in its specific
                                                                   class when such a class is listed. (For example a
 8. Questions? Please call Jeff Hauser, (440) 243-3128.            collection of shells entered by a junior, must be
                                                                   entered in Class 321 not in Class 301).
HOMEMADE BEER ENTRY RULES
                                                                6. All exhibits must have been made or collected by
 1. Homemade beer must be submitted in green or                    the exhibitor.
    brown glass bottles that were made to hold beer,
                                                                7. In the group of Classes 300 through 325 thirty
    and are closed with crown style caps, rubber                   Honorable Mentions at 50 cents each may be
    stoppers, or screw caps.                                       awarded where deemed worthy.
 2. Do not label bottles — they should be free of               8. All models of any type must be entered in Classes
    markings and letterings.                                       326 through 340, and are to have been completed
 3. Each entry is to consist of 3 bottles. Bottles will be         within the past year.
    saved for pick up upon request.                             9. Entries in classes 300, 302, 304, 306, 308, 310, 312
 4. Exhibitors may only make one entry per class.                  and 313 are to have been made within the past year.
 5. Beer entries will be accepted at the Home and              10. See Arts & Crafts General Entry Rules.
    Hobby Building, Sat. 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and             11. An item that has a specific class already listed must
    Sun. 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Beer will be kept                  be entered in that class — NOT UNDER
    refrigerated until judging.                                    SPECIMEN OTHER THAN ABOVE.
 6. Include a 3x5 index card with ingredients and beer         BEST OF SHOW IN HOBBIES             Adult & Junior
    type.                                                            Gift Certificate from Parma Hobby & Rosette
 7. See Arts & Crafts General Entry Rules.                     HOBBIES
                                                               Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;
                                                                         4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
BEST OF SHOW IN BEER                   Gift Certificate from   Class
                                  The Beer Kettle & Rosette    300 Hobby MADE by youth, 12 years and under, limit 3
HOMEMADE BEER                                                      pieces
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00; 4th - $1.00
                                                               301 Hobby COLLECTED by youth, 12 years and under
                                                               302 Hobby MADE by junior, 13 to 18 years, limit 3 pieces
Class                                                          303 Hobby COLLECTED by junior, 13 to 18 years
290   Beer — Light                                             304 Hobby MADE by woman, 18 years and over,
                                                                   limit 3 pieces
291   Beer — Dark                                              305 Hobby COLLECTED by woman, 18 years and over
292   Lager — Amber                                            306 Hobby MADE by man, 18 years and over, limit
                                                                   3 pieces
293   Lager — Dark                                             307 Hobby COLLECTED by man, 18 years and over
294   Lager — Light                                            308 Ceramics, made from a mold, by an adult may be
295   Ale — Any type                                               sets or nativity scene, limit 3 pieces
                                                               309 Ceramics, made from a mold, by youth under 18,
296   Sour Ale                                                     see Class 308
297   Stout                                                    310 Decoupage
298   Cider or Perry                                           311 Miniature hobby, made or collected, mounted, not to
                                                                   exceed 8" x 8" or 64 sq. in.
299   Other not listed                                         312 Hobby made by a senior citizen
                                                               313 Ecology Specimen - Articles entered in this class
                                                                   MUST be made from recycled material.


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HOBBIES (continued)                                            HOBBIES (continued)
318 Doll House, unfurnished                                    DOLLS, (Not Antique)
319 Doll House, furnished                                      Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00
320 Room Boxes                                                 Class
                                                               370   Pair, set or couple (2 dolls)
NATURE COLLECTIONS                                             371   Hand-made Doll
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                372   Doll with home-made clothes
Class                                                          373   Character doll
321   Shells                                                   374   Religious doll
322   Insects                                                  375   Troll doll
323   Rocks and fossils                                        376   Specimen doll other than above
324   Gems                                                     377   Collection of nationality dolls (maximum of 5)
325   Specimen other than above                                378   Collection of dolls, other than nationality
                                                                     (maximum of 5)
MODELS (Two Entries Per Class)
— Not to exceed 3 feet
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00

Class                                                                             Section 400
326 Military vehicle, assembled from kit by adult
327 Military vehicle, assembled from kit by junior                               ART WORK
328 Plane, rocket, boat, automobile, original (no kit parts)
    by adult                                                   ENTRY RULES
329 Plane, assembled from kit by adult                         NO ANTIQUES PLEASE
330 Plane, assembled from kit by junior
331 Rocket, assembled from kit by adult                         1. Limit of two (2) entries per class in Classes 400
332 Rocket, assembled from kit by junior                           through 486.
333 Boat, assembled from kit by adult                           2. Pictures may be any size up to 30" x 36" including
334 Boat, assembled from kit by junior                             frame. FRAMING IS ENCOURAGED
335 Car, assembled from kit by adult                            3. ALL entries MUST have wire hanging. No poster
336 Car, assembled from kit by junior                              hangers. Hangings should not be attached to paper
337 Truck, assembled from kit by adult                             backing. Pictures with string hanger, or with wire
338 Truck, assembled from kit by junior
339 Specimen, model other than above by adult                      taped on will be disqualified.
340 Specimen, model other than above by junior                  4. Water colors are to be matted.
                                                                5. Glass covered pictures are NOT acceptable.
COLLECTIONS (Not Antique)                                       6. Nudes will be excluded.
You may have up to, but not over the number listed              7. All exhibits must be solely the work of the
after each class. Do not exceed the number after each              exhibitor.
class.                                                          8. See Arts & Crafts General Entry Rules.
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00                 9. All entries must have been completed within the
Class                                                              last year.
342 Fishing lures or flies (15 pieces)                         10. Plexiglas or acetate covering for pictures IS
343 Brass (6 pieces)                                               acceptable.
344 Copper, not coins (6 pieces)
345 Banks (6 pieces)                                           Best of Show in Art Work                 $5.00 & Rosette
346 Trivets (6 pieces)
347 Beer steins or mugs (6 pieces)                             PAINTINGS — OIL OR
348 Spoons (25 pieces)                                         ACRYLIC, AMATEUR
349 Buttons (clip or pin-on) (15 pieces)                       Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;
                                                                         4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
350 Clothing buttons (25 pieces)
351 Sports cards, 1 album                                      Class
352 Sports card, 1 album by youth 12 years and under           400   Portrait or figure
353 Other trading cards, 1 album                               401   Animal or bird
354 Cloth patches (15 pieces)                                  402   Landscape
355 Stickers by youth, 12 years and under (1 album)            403   Seascape
356 Match books (up to 25 pieces)                              404   Still life
357 Baseball caps (10 pieces)                                  405   Specimen (under 18 years of age)
358 Key Chains (15 pieces)                                     406   Specimen
359 Magnets (15 pieces)
360 Rubber Stamps (15 pieces)                                  WATER COLORS, AMATEUR
361 Post Cards (15 pieces)                                     Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;
362 Food storage (6 pieces)                                              4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
                                                               Class
363 Coffee Mugs (6 pieces)                                     407   Portrait or figure
364 Beanie-type Babies (15 pieces)                             408   Animal or bird
365 Teddy Bears (6 pieces)                                     409   Landscape
366 Match Box or Hot Wheel Toys (i.e. cars, trucks)            410   Seascape
    (15 pieces)                                                411   Still life
367 Fast Food Collectibles (10 pieces)                         412   Specimen (under 18 years of age)
368 Money (25 pieces)                                          413   Specimen
369 Lunch Boxes (6 pieces)


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ART WORK (continued)                               ART WORK (continued)
PASTELS, AMATEUR                                   THREE DIMENSIONAL PAINTING
Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;   Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00                           4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
Class                                              (ex. painting on birdhouses, gourds, etc.)
414   Portrait, animal or bird
415   Landscape or seascape                        Class
416   Specimen other than above                    439 Specimen
417   Specimen (under 18 years of age)             JUNIOR DIVISION (under 13 years of age)
DRAWINGS, AMATEUR                                  Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;
Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;             4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
                                                   Class
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00                 440 Specimen, oil, watercolor, pastel, or drawing
Class
418   Charcoal                                     WOOD
419   Pencil                                       Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;
420   Ink                                                    4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
421   Specimen (under 18 years of age)             Class
                                                   455   Sculpture, 3 dimensional
ABSTRACT ART, AMATEUR                              456   Woodworking, under 12" height
(in any of the above mediums)                      457   Woodworking, 12" to 36" height
Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;   458   Wood carving
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00                 459   Whittling
Class                                              460   Woodburning
422 Specimen                                       461   Intrasia
MIXED MEDIUM, AMATEUR                              CERAMICS
Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
                                                   All ceramic articles in these classes MUST be original
Class                                              patterns and designs. Pieces made by commercial molds
423 Specimen                                       should be entered in the Hobby Classes.
                                                   Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00
PAINTINGS —                                        Class
OIL OR ACRYLIC, PROFESSIONAL                       465   Figurine or bust
Premiums: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00;   466   Jewelry
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00                 467   Bowl or vase
Class                                              468   Plaque
424   Portrait or figure                           469   Specimen other than above
425   Animal or bird                               470   Specimen made by junior (under 18 years)
426   Landscape
427   Seascape                                     ENAMELWARE
428   Still life                                   Premiums: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00
                                                   Class
WATER COLORS, PROFESSIONAL                         475   Jewelry
Premiums: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00;
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
                                                   476   Bowl
Class                                              477   Specimen other than above
429   Portrait or figure                           478   Specimen, made by a junior (under 18 years of age)
430   Animal or bird                               METAL WORK
431   Landscape                                    Premiums: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00
432   Seascape
433   Still life                                   Class
                                                   479   Wire Dimensional sculpture
PASTELS, PROFESSIONAL                              480   Jewelry
Premiums: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00;   481   Specimen other than above
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00                 482   Specimen made by a junior (under 18 years of age)
Class
434 Specimen                                       LEATHERCRAFT
                                                   Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00
DRAWINGS, PROFESSIONAL                             Class
Premiums: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00;
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
                                                   483   Purses
Class                                              484   Belts
435 Specimen                                       485   Wallets
                                                   486   Specimen other than listed
ABSTRACT ART, PROFESSIONAL
(in any of the above mediums)
Premiums: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00;
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
Class
436 Specimen
COLLAGE
Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00;
          4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00
Class
437 Specimen (under 18 years of age)
438 Specimen (18 years of age & over)


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              Section 500                                                              Section 600-700-800
            PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                   ANTIQUES
ENTRY RULES                                                                 ENTRY RULES
 1. Limit of one (1) entry per class.                                       1. Dealers are not permitted to exhibit.
 2. Minimum size of prints to be 8" x 10".                                  2. Articles over 50 years old will be given preference.
 3. All prints must be mounted or matted on mat                                Articles should be in a good state of preservation.
    board or foam core of 11" x 14". ALL OTHERS                             3. Exhibits are limited to a single item per entry ticket
    WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.                                                      unless otherwise specified, but you are permitted to
 4. Only one print of a subject per class.                                     have 3 entries per class.
 5. Color prints in any process are acceptable.                             4. In this section exhibitors may have a maximum of
 6. Nudes will be excluded.                                                    90 entries in Classes 600 through 922.
 7. All images must be photographed by the entrant -                        5. See Arts & Crafts General Entry Rules.
    including digital imaging. When photos are brought                         Criteria for judging antique exhibits: Beauty, Rarity,
    to the Fair to be entered, exhibitors will be asked to                     Relative Age, Condition and Quality.
    identify digital photos. Their tags will be marked                      6. In Class 849, ten Honorable Mentions at $2.00 each,
    with a “D”.                                                                will be awarded if deemed worthy. 1st, 2nd or 3rd place
 8. Not more than 10% of photograph image should be                            will NOT be awarded because of complexity of class.
    digitally changed except Class 527. See Rule #12.
 9. See Arts & Crafts General Entry Rules.                                  BEST OF SHOW – Class 600-769 Prize donated by
10. Prints must be from past 12 months. Repeats are                                  Parma Antique Collecting Club & Rosette
    not acceptable.                                                         GLASSWARE
11. Frames, plexiglas or acetate coverings are NOT acceptable.              Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00
12. Photos digitally altered more than 10% by computer                      Class
    software go in Class 527. All entries must include                      600   Bottle, free blown
    image before changes on back of mount-board.                            601   Paper weight
    Judging based on creativity. Let creativity flow!                       602   Cruet, clear
                                                                            603   Cruet, colored
Best of Show in Photography                                                 604   Lamp, miniature
 Color                               Frame from the Frame                   605   Oil Lamp
                             Shop & Art Gallery & Rosette                   606   Tumbler, clear, 1 specimen
 Black & White                       Frame from the Frame                   607   Tumbler, colored, 1 specimen
                             Shop & Art Gallery & Rosette                   608   Goblet, clear, 1 specimen
                                                                            609   Goblet, colored, 1 specimen
AMATEUR                                                                     610   Syrup pitcher
Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00; 4th - $2.00; 5th - $1.00   611   Console set, 3 pieces
Class                                                                       612   Water pitcher, clear
500   Portrait or figure of child under 9 (color)                           613   Water pitcher, colored
                                                                            614   Bread plate, clear or colored
501   Portrait or figure of child under 9 (black & white)                   615   Cake stand, clear or colored
502   Portrait or figure of child 9 to 17 (color)                           616   Castor set, clear or colored
503   Portrait or figure of child 9 to 17 (black & white)                   617   Sugar shaker, clear or colored
504   Portrait or figure of adult 18 & over (color)                         618   Reamer (juicer) clear or colored
505   Portrait or figure of adult 18 & over (black & white)                 619   Glass compote, open
506   Still life (color)                                                    620   Glass compote, covered
507   Still life (black & white)                                            621   Specimen, pressed glass, clear
508   Human interest – pet (color)                                          622   Specimen, pressed glass, colored
509   Human interest – pet (black & white)                                  623   Specimen, milk glass
510   Human interest – animal (no pets) (color)                             624   Master salts, (3 different pieces)
511   Human interest – animal (no pets) (black & white)                     625   Salt dips, (3 different pieces)
512   Human interest – (color)                                              626   Salt & pepper shaker, clear (one pair)
513   Human interest – (black & white)                                      627   Salt & pepper shaker, colored (one pair)
514   Landscape (color)                                                     628   Sugar & creamer
                                                                            629   Toothpick holder
515   Landscape (black & white)                                             630   Glass perfume bottle, clear or colored
516   Seascape (color)                                                      631   Glass bottles, other (3 different pieces)
517   Seascape (black & white)                                              632   Glass jars (3 different pieces)
518   Nature (color)                                                        633   Glass candlesticks (one pair)
519   Nature (black & white)                                                634   Glass basket
520   Abstract (color)                                                      635   Carnival glass
521   Abstract (black & white)                                              636   Ruby, specimen
522   Architectural Design (color)                                          637   Flash or souvenir glass
523   Architectural Design (black & white)                                  638   Slag Glass (e.g., Akro Agate)
524   Non-traditional/Experimental (color)                                  639   Cambridge, specimen
525   Non-traditional/Experimental (black & white)                          640   Fenton, specimen
526   Cuyahoga County Fair (color)                                          641   Fostoria, specimen
527   After Shutter Closes                                                  642   Heisey, specimen



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ANTIQUES (continued)                               ANTIQUES (continued)
GLASSWARE (continued)                              CHINA (continued)
Class                                              Class
643   Imperial, specimen                           725   Vegetable dish, no cover
644   Tiffin, specimen                             726   Restaurant china, specimen
645   Westmoreland, specimen                       727   Compote
646   Jadeite, specimen                            728   Pitcher, over 12"
647   Pyrex or Fire King, up to 6 piece set        729   Pitcher, 8" to 12"
648   Glass Kitchen specimen, other than above     730   Pitcher or creamer, under 8"
665   Bohemian, engraved                           731   Tureen
666   Clear, engraved                              732   Sugar and creamer
667   Satin glass                                  733   Salt & pepper shaker
668   Mary Gregory                                 734   China candlesticks, one pair
669   Crackle                                      735   China bell
670   Cranberry                                    736   Tea pot
671   Amethyst                                     737   Chocolate pot
672   Black                                        738   Cup and saucer
673   Cobalt                                       739   Cup and saucer, demi-tasse
674   Opalescent                                   740   Figurine, animal
675   Vaseline Glass                               741   Figurine, other, under 6"
676   Stretch Glass                                742   Figurine, other, 6" or over
677   Depression glass, green                      743   Plate, historical American or local view or event
678   Depression glass, blue                       744   Plate, calendar
679   Depression glass, pink                       745   Plate, ABC or nursery rhyme
680   Depression glass, yellow                     746   Plate, souvenir, under 8"
681   Depression glass, clear                      747   Plate, decorated, 8" or over
682   Depression glass, red                        748   Plate, decorated, under 8"
683   Glass vase other than listed, under 8"       749   Plate, souvenir, 8" or over
684   Glass vase other than listed, 8" and over    750   Plate, decal design, under 8"
685   Glass bell                                   751   Plate, decal design, 8" or over
686   Glass specimen other than listed             752   Nippon single specimen
687   Glass specimen with advertising              753   Head Vase

CUT GLASS, American Specimen                       POTTERY
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00    Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00
Class                                              Class
690   Bowl                                         754   Cowan
691   Vase                                         755   Frankoma
692   Compote, stemmed                             756   Hall
693   Pitcher, large                               757   Hull
694   Cream and sugar                              758   Haeger
695   Specimen cut glass                           759   McCoy
696   Cruet or decanter                            760   Rookwood
                                                   761   Roseville
CHINA                                              762   Shawnee
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00    763   Weller
Class                                              764   Brownware
700   Egg Cup (not coddler)                        765   Majolica
701   Bisque or Parian                             766   Spongewear
702   Flow Blue                                    767   Specimen, other than above, 10" or over (height)
703   Ironstone                                    768   Specimen, other than above, under 10" (height)
704   Lustre Ware                                  769   Cookie Jar
705   Fiestaware, specimen
706   Czechoslovakian                              SINGLE SPECIMEN ANTIQUES
707   Dutch (e.g., Delft)                          BEST OF SHOW – CLASS 800-870 Gift Certificate from
708   English – Wedgewood                                                      The Red Geranium & Rosette
709   English – Other (e.g., Staffordshire)        (Please note Rule #3 under Antique Entry Rules.)
710   French (e.g., Limoges)                       Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00
711   German (e.g., Bavarian, Prussian)
712   Irish (e.g., Beleek)                         Class
713   Italian (e.g., Capodimonte)                  800   Jewelry
714   Japanese – Lefton                            801   Watch
715   Japanese – Other (e.g., Noritake)            802   Parasol
716   Occupied Japan, single figurine              803   Hat, women’s
717   Occupied Japan, single specimen, tableware   804   Hat, men’s
718   Occupied Japan, single specimen, other       805   Hat, child’s
719   Tea Set                                      806   Clothing, women’s (up to 3 pc. set)
720   Children’s Tea Set                           807   Clothing, men’s (up to 3 pc. set)
721   Vase, under 8"                               808   Clothing, children’s (up to 3 pc. set)
722   Vase, 8" or over                             809   Purse
723   Platter, large                               810   Mens and ladies accessories, single item
724   Vegetable dish, covered                      811   Toiletry Items (up to 6 pcs.)


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ANTIQUES (continued)                                     ANTIQUES (continued)
SINGLE SPECIMEN ANTIQUES (continued)                     ANTIQUE COLLECTIONS (continued)
Class                                                    Class
812   Christening gown (up to 3 pc. set)                 875   Banks (6 pieces)
813   Coverlet                                           876   Trivets (6 pieces)
814   Quilt                                              877   Mustache cups or shaving mugs (6 pieces)
815   Household linen, one piece                         878   Beer steins/Mugs (6 pieces)
816   Decorative needlework                              879   Toothpick holders (6 pieces)
817   Sterling or silverplate holloware                  880   Insulators (6 pieces)
818   Sterling or silverplate flatware                   881   Spoons, max. exhibit size 24" x 24"
819   Pewter - single item                               882   Buttons, max. exhibit size 24" x 24"
820   Brass - single item                                883   Hat pins, max. exhibit size 24" x 24", minimum
821   Toy, cast iron                                           of 6 pins)
822   Doll furniture                                     884   Fans, max. exhibit size 24" x 24" (6 pieces)
823   Teddy bear                                         885   Coins, max. exhibit size 18" x 18"
824   Doll, bisque & composition                         886   Marbles, max. exhibit size 24" x 24"
825   Doll, composition                                  887   Collection other than above, maximum size 24" x 24"
826   Doll, other than above                             888   Glass (6 pieces)
827   Toy, other than listed above
828   Soapstone                                          ANTIQUE PAPER ITEMS
829   Cloisonne specimen                                 Class 889-892 MUST be mounted for display on table -
830   Framed print
831   Framed photograph                                  maximum size 18" x 18"
                                                         Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00;
832   Framed painting
833   Papier-mache article                               Class
834   Lunch Box/Bucket                                   889   Birthday cards (6)
835   Kitchen collectible, single specimen               890   Valentines (6)
836   Sewing collectible, single specimen                891   Christmas cards (6)
837   Advertising Memorabilia (not paper)                892   Picture post cards (6)
838   Fountain Pen                                       893   Cookbook
839   Metal bell                                         894   Newspaper article
840   Bells, string                                      895   Advertising Memorabilia
841   Music box                                          896   Children’s Book
842   Basket, woven wood or cane (no glass)              897   Sheet Music
843   Book Ends (1 set)                                  898   Specimen other than listed
844   Black Americana, single specimen
845   Table lamp                                         ANTIQUE WEAPONS
846   Camera                                             AND ACCOUTREMENTS
847   Clock                                              Articles judged on Condition, Age, and Rarity.
848   Radio                                              Premiums: 1st - $10.00; 2nd - $7.00; 3rd - $3.00
849   Specimen, single article, other than listed        Best of Show Weapons – $5.00 & Rosette
850   Musical instrument, in working order
851   Hammered aluminum                                  Class
852   Christmas collectible, single specimen             900   Flintlock pistol
853   Enamelware                                         901   Percussion single shot pistol
854   Lantern                                            902   Single action revolver
855   Wooden household article                           903   Double action revolver
856   Cast iron household article                        904   Derringer
857   Tin or tole household article                      905   Firearms curios, combination unusual and rare
858   Kettle, brass or copper (large size)                     weapons
859   Chair                                              906   Automatic pistol
860   Furniture, wooden, other than chair                907   Flintlock rifle
861   Rocking chair, adult or child’s                    908   Percussion rifle
862   Farm tools                                         909   Lever action repeating rifle
863   Hand tools                                         910   Cartridge rifle
864   Cradle, infants                                    911   Shotguns
865   Baby buggy                                         912   Sabre or sword
866   Doll buggy                                         913   Military bayonet
867   Spinning wheel                                     914   Shot flasks or Powder flasks
868   Wood yarn winders                                  915   Pistol & sword belts with buckles
869   Television                                         916   Weapon accoutrements
870   Television Memorabilia                             917   Pocket knife
                                                         918   Specimen other than above
ANTIQUE COLLECTIONS –
                                                         MILITARY MEMORABILIA
Collections MUST have 6 pieces to qualify for judging.
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00
                                                         Class
                                                         919   Civil War, single specimen
Class                                                    920   WWI, single specimen
871   Brass (6 pieces)                                   921   WWII, single specimen
872   Copper (6 pieces)                                  922   Korean War, single specimen
873   Pewter (6 pieces)
874   Tin (6 pieces)


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                                                              GARDEN & PRODUCE (continued)
GARDEN & PRODUCE                                               6. The Entry Requirements of the Cuyahoga County
                                                                  Fair apply to this department in addition to the
                DEPARTMENT 25                                     following.
                                                               7. Except in the case of displays, fruits or vegetables
     BEES & HONEY • HOME CANNING • FRUITS                         incorrectly labeled will not be eligible for
               NUTS • VEGETABLES                                  premiums. Mistakes in names will be corrected
           SENIOR CITIZEN GARDENERS                               by the judge(s) whenever possible.
                                                               8. Only one plate of each variety or one collection or
              BEE & HONEY DISPLAYS
                                                                  display may be entered in competition for the same
           COMMUNITY GARDEN DISPLAYS
                                                                  premium by an individual grower or firm.
             HERB GARDEN DISPLAYS
                                                               9. There will be two (2) shows in all Divisions,
             HOME GARDEN DISPLAYS
                                                                  Sections or Classes marked with an asterisk (*).
                  CHERYL NEYLON                               10. To be eligible to compete in the second show there
                      Director                                    must be a rearrangement or replacement of exhibit,
                                                                  plus a new tag displayed on each entry.
               SELENE SZCZEPANEK                              11. Be sure to specify on your entry form if you are
                   Superintendent                                 entering the first, second or both shows. If there
                                                                  is only one show check first show box on entry
                                                                  form.
1st SHOW                         2nd SHOW                     12. All exhibits/entries can be picked up on Sunday,
ENTRY TIME                       ENTRY TIME                       the last day of the Fair, from 8:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Accepted on Saturday,            Accepted on Wednesday.           Exhibitor Tag required for pickup. Any exhibits not
preceding the Fair               of Fair Week
From 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and   *From 6:00 p.m.- 9:30 p.m.       claimed will be disposed of at the discretion of the
on Sunday from                    and on Thursday, of Fair        Director or the Superintendent. Award ribbons not
9:00 a.m. - Noon                  Week from 7:30 a.m. -           claimed will be available at the Fair Office the week
                                  9:30 a.m.                       following the Fair.
                                                              13. Any exhibits showing undo spoilage during the Fair
                       JUDGING                                    will be disposed of at the discretion of the Director
  1ST SHOW, 1:00 p.m.            2ND SHOW, 10:00 a.m.             or Superintendent.
Sunday Before Opening Day         Thursday of Fair Week       14. Plates are available for display of all Fruits and
                                                                  Vegetables.
               ALL JUDGING IS CLOSED                          15. The Garden Produce Section is open to all ages
                                                                  with the exception of the Senior Citizen Gardeners.
                                                                  This section is open to Senior Citizens 60 years of
          GARDEN & PRODUCE                                        age or over. Sections 7-8-9-10.
                                                              16. Size of display areas and number of exhibits will
             ENTRY RULES                                          be determined solely by the Director or Super-
                                                                  intendent of the Department.
 1. To exhibit you must purchase an Exhibitor’s Ticket        17. All materials in displays must meet local fire
    which includes 2 complimentary gate admissions.               department regulations.
    Your one Exhibitor’s Ticket permits you to exhibit        18. The Director or Superintendent of the Department
    in all of the other Open Class Divisions and/or               has the final decision on the suitability of any entry
    Departments of the Cuyahoga County Fair.                      or display.
 2. There are no class Entry Fees in this Department.         19. Please note additional rules for the various
 3. All products exhibited MUST BE GROWN BY                       Divisions and Sections in this department as
    THE EXHIBITOR except entries in Section 1,                    shown on the following pages.
    Class 1 and Section 5, Classes 14-19, Section 26          20. An honorable mention ribbon can be awarded at
    & 27.                                                         the discretion of the judges. No prize money.
 4. See Exhibitor Rules for closing dates.                    21. If, in the opinion of the judges, no entry is worthy
 5. Make check or money order payable to Cuyahoga                 of a ribbon none shall be awarded.
    County Fair and mail with your Entry Form to:             22. No Blue Ribbon, Rosette, or Trophy winning
                  Cuyahoga County Fair                            entries are eligible for entry in second show.
                                                              23. First, second, third and fourth place will receive a
           P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017
                                                                  ribbon at the discretion of the judges.
    a. Your Exhibitor Ticket will be mailed to you.           24. ALL judging is closed to the public.
    b. Your Entry Tags will be held for you at the            25. Judges have the right to cut open any fruit or
       Building for attachment to your entry.                     vegetable.



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                                                                              Section 2
                                                                     HOME GARDEN
                                                                   VEGETABLE AND/OR
                                                                     FRUIT DISPLAY*
         COMMUNITY




                                                                                                                          GARDEN &
                                                                                                                          PRODUCE
                                                           Class              1st         2nd     3rd         4th
                                                           1. One Educational $150.00 100.00 75.00      50.00
           GARDEN                                             Display of Fruits Rosette Rosette Rosette Rosette
                                                              and/or Vegetables
                                                              by a Non-Commercial Grower
         COMPETITION                                       ENTRY RULES
                     Section 1                             A. Produce to be grown and arranged by the person
                                                              whose name appears on the entry form. Additional
        By Invitation of the                                  set-up help is permitted.
                                                           B. Display designed to accommodate the risers and
      Garden & Produce Dept.                                  background area in the Building.
           1. Community Garden Display                     C. Fruits and/or vegetables correctly labeled as to
   1st         2nd         3rd         4th        5th         variety.
 $100.00       75.00     Rosette     Rosette    Rosette    D. No advertising signs are permitted in the display.
 Rosette      Rosette                                      E. Note Entry Rules 3, 12, 18, 19 and 20.
                                                           F. Fruits and/or vegetables must make up a minimum
ENTRY RULES                                                   of 50% of the display. Accessories and decorations
                                                              to carry out the theme are permitted.
A. Note Garden Produce Entry Rules 12, 17 & 18.            G. The judge(s) will be guided by the following scale.
B. One representative from each community garden              • General Appearance                 25 points
   shall be responsible for the entry fee and forms. To       • Arrangement                        20
   qualify a minimum of 5 individuals must participate        • Accessory Decoration               10
   from each garden. A 5” x 7” card must be displayed         • Labeling                           10
   with the names of all participants. Additional set up      • Nomenclature                         5
   help is permitted.                                         • Quality of Produce                 20
C. Vegetables and/or fruit used in the display must be        • Completeness of Exhibit            10
   grown by the participants at the community garden            TOTAL                              100 points
   site.
D. The display must consist of a minimum of 60%
   produce. Accessories and decorations can be used                           Section 3
   to carry out the theme.
E. All produce must be correctly labeled for                            HERB GARDEN
   educational purposes.
                                                                          DISPLAY*
F. The display must fill the assigned space in the
   Building. A sign, no larger than 12” x 12”, must be     Class                    1st         2nd     3rd         4th
   placed in the display with the name and                 1. One Educational  $150.00 100.00 75.00 50.00
   address of the community garden. No other                  Display of FRESH  Rosette Rosette Rosette Rosette
   advertising signs or materials are permitted.              and DRIED HERBS
G. The following scale of points will serve as a guide        and HERBAL PRODUCTS
   for the judge(s) of the Department.
   • General Appearance              15 points             ENTRY RULES
                                                           A. All materials to be grown, made and arranged by
   • Arrangement of Materials        15
                                                              the person whose name appears on the entry form.
   • Accessories/Decorations         10                    B. Display designed to accommodate the risers and
   • Labeling                        10                       background area in the Building.
   • General Conditions and                                C. Display requires a minimum of 50% culinary herbs
     Appearance of Produce           40                       and culinary herbal products.
   • Completeness of Exhibit         10                    D. All items must be correctly labeled.
                                                           E. No advertising signs permitted in the display.
   TOTAL                           100 points


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HERB GARDEN – Section 3 (continued)                         BEES and HONEY – Section 5

F. Note Garden Produce Entry Rules 3, 12, 16, 17 & 18.
G. The judge(s) will be guided by the following scale.
                                                                                 Section 5
   • General Appearance           25 points                 A trophy will be awarded to Best of Show for a single
   • Arrangement                  25                        specimen in Honey or Honey Related Products from
   • Accessory Decoration         10                        Section 2, Classes 1 - 20.
   • Labeling                     10                        The winner will be selected by the judge(s) of the
   • Nomenclature                   5                       Division.
                                                            Class                        1st     2nd 3rd 4th
   • Quality of Materials         15                         1. Observation hive - honey $35.00 25.00 15.00 10.00
   • Completeness of Exhibit      10                            bees and queen
    TOTAL                         100 points                 2. Extracted honey - water      6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
                                                                white to white, 3 lbs. in
                                                                1 lb. glass jars
                                                             3. Extracted honey, extra       6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
     BEES and HONEY                                             light to light amber,



   •
                                                                3 lbs. in 1 lb. glass jars


                                             •
                                                             4. Extracted honey, amber       6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
                                                                to dark, 3lbs. in 1 lb.
               ENTRY RULES                                      glass jars
                                                             5. Finely granulated - Dyce     6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
                                                                process, 3 lbs. in 1 lb.
A. Only one entry will be permitted any exhibitor for           glass jars
   any one premium and no two exhibits in the same           6. Chunk honey - 1/2 cut        6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
   class shall be made by the same person or any                comb minimum, 3 lbs.
   member of his/her family from the same apiaries,             in 1 lb. glass jars
   or apiary.                                                7. Extracting frames - deep, 8.00 7.00 5.00 4.00
B. Honey judged on quality, cleanliness, color and aroma.       2 frames
                                                             8. Extracting frames - shallow, 8.00 7.00 5.00 4.00
C. Bees and Queen judged for evenness in color and              71⁄4" or less, 2 frames
   form, general appearance and educational value to
   the public. Queen and her bees shown on a frame of           ENTRIES IN CLASS 6 AND 7 MUST BE
                                                               DISPLAYED IN BEE-PROOF CASES WITH
   brood in observation hive.                                SIDES MADE OF TRANSPARENT MATERIALS,
D. Sweetening used in baked goods and canned fruit                     GLASS OR PLASTIC.
   must contain 50% honey. Recipe must be attached.
E. Sweetening used in Honey Candy must contain a            Class                                  1st       2nd    3rd
                                                             9. Cut comb honey - 3 containers, $5.00         3.00   2.00
   minimum of one-sixth honey. Candy and baked                  8 oz. or more per unit in
   goods must be displayed in plastic bags or well-             plastic containers
   covered with clean film.                                 10. Comb honey - round sections,         5.00    3.00   2.00
F. Honey and honey products must be produced by the             3 sections, 8 oz. or more per
   exhibitor within the past year.                              section in transparent plastic
G. The judge(s) may award a lower class prize or no             containers
   prize for entries that are substandard.                  11. Beeswax- 1 piece, 2 lbs.             5.00    3.00   2.00
                                                                minimum
H. Note Garden Produce Entry Rules 3, 16, 17 & 18.          12. Honey candy - 10 pieces,             5.00    3.00   2.00
I. Honey may be purchased for products in Section 5             recipe attached
   Classes 14-19.                                           13. Honey cookies - 6 cookies,           5.00    3.00   2.00
J. For pick up times see Entry Rule #12.                        recipe attached
                                                            14. Honey loaf cake - loaf or 1 layer, 5.00      3.00   2.00
                                                                light or dark, not frosted,
                                                                recipe attached
                    Section 4                               15. Honey yeast bread - 1 loaf,          5.00    3.00   2.00
                                                                recipe attached
     BEE AND HONEY DISPLAY                                  16. Honey bread - non-yeast, 1 loaf,     5.00    3.00   2.00
                                                                recipe attached
Class                    1st     2nd      3rd     4th       17. Novelty honey cooking -              5.00    3.00   2.00
1. Individual booth    $100.00 75.00 50.00 25.00                quantity of product exhibited
   display educational Rosette Rosette Rosette Rosette          sufficient for a comparison, may
   and/or advertising                                           include jellies (50% honey), granola,
                                                                fruit leathers, etc. Recipe attached
  To be judged as follows:
                                                            18. Fruit canned with honey - 3 jars,     5.00   3.00 2.00
  Educational and/or Advertising Value     35 points
  Attractiveness and Arrangement           25                   all pints or quarts, recipe attached
  Quality of Product: Flavor & Aroma       25               19. Honey gift package - total            8.00   6.00 4.00
  Completeness of Display                  15                   package weight 8 lbs. or less. Must
                                                                be products of the Exhibitor with the
  TOTAL                                    100 points           exception of container, honey servers
                                                                or cookbooks

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                                                         HOME CANNING (continued)
       HOME CANNING                                      Sauces, Fruits or Vegetables
                                                             • Characteristics of color                    20 points
             ENTRY RULES                                     • Proper viscosity                            20
                                                             • Uniform texture                             20
All canned products including jams, jellies, con-            • Characteristic flavor                       20
serves, preserves, fruits, syrups, pickles, relishes,        • Appropriate canning method                  20
meats, and sauces must be accompanied with a                 TOTAL                                         100 points
statement specifying the method and processing
time. Examples: “20 minutes in boiling water bath,”      Vinegars
“30 minutes in pressure canner at 10 pounds                  • Characteristics of color                    20 points
                                                             • Clear when held up to light                 30
pressure.”                                                   • Mellow, not sharp flavor                    30
A. Clear, standard size, approved jars must be used.         • Pleasant aroma                              10
B. Exhibit must be labeled with processing method            • Appropriately bottled and sealed            10
    used.                                                    TOTAL                                         100 points
C. Canning must be done within 12 months of the
    Fair.                                                Butters
D. Multiple entries permitted in each class - Limit of       • Characteristics of color                    20 points
                                                             • Proper viscosity                            20
    one variety per class.                                   • Uniform texture                             20
E. Exhibit must be labeled with contents in recipe.          • Characteristic flavor                       20
F. Judge(s) reserve the right to open any and all            • Appropriate canning method                  20
    entries.                                                 TOTAL                                         100 points
G. For pick up times see Entry Rule #12.
H. See Entry Rule #13.
                                                                                Section 6
          JUDGES SCALE                                   Best of Show Trophy and Rosette awarded to a single
        PRESERVED FOODS                                  entry selected by the Judge(s). 2nd and 3rd place Best
                                                         of Show receives Rosettes.
 Jellies, Berries, Jams and Marmalades                   Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
   • Characteristic color              20 points         Class
   • Clear when held up to light       30                 1. Jams
   • Tender                            10                 2. Jellies
   • Holds shape when cut,                                3. Preserves
     not runny or stiff                10                 4. Conserves- 2 or more fruit combinations
   • Characteristic flavor             30                 5. Fruits
   TOTAL                               100 points         6. Syrups
                                                          7. Vegetables
Canned Fruits or Vegetables                               8. Pickles, dill
   • Standard jar - sealed             10 points          9. Pickles, sweet
   • Characteristic color              15                10. Pickles, vegetable
   • Right amount in jar               10                11. Pickles, fruit
   • Good proportion solid to liquid   10                12. Relish
   • Clear liquid                      10                13. Meats
   • Pieces uniform and not mushy      15                14. Vinegar, homemade or flavored - clear bottle
   • Proper maturity                   15                15. Sauces, Fruit (ex. apple)
   • Free of imperfections -                             16. Sauces, Vegetable (ex. barbecue)
     stems, cores, seeds               15                17. Salsa
                                                         18. Butter (ex. apple, peach)
   TOTAL                               100 points        19. Most unusual canned product
Flavored Syrups and Vinegars
   • Clarity                           25 points
   • Fragrances
   • Balance of Flavor
                                       25
                                       25
                                                                SENIOR CITIZEN
   • Color
   TOTAL
                                       25
                                       100 points                 GARDENER
                                                         A trophy and rosette will be awarded to best of show
Pickled Foods and Relishes                               for a single entry selected by the judge(s) for each show.
   • Characteristic color              20 points
   • Right amount in jar
   • Good proportion pickles
                                       10                                 ENTRY RULES
     to liquid                         10                1. Entrants MUST be 60 years of age or older at time
   • Clear liquid                      10                   of entry.
   • Pieces uniform and crisp          25                2. All items exhibited MUST be cared for and/or grown
   • Characteristic flavor             25                   by the Exhibitor except in Sections 9 and 10.
   TOTAL                               100 points        3. No first show trophy, rosette, or blue ribbon winning
                                                            entry is eligible for entry in second show.
                                                         4. For pick up times see Entry Rule #12.

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SENIOR CITIZEN (continued)
                                                                                      Section 10
                        Section 7                                SEED PICTURE OR MOSAIC
         INDOOR - OUTDOOR                                      ENTRY RULES
                                                               A. One seed picture/mosaic per entry.
             PLANTS*                                           B. Picture 18" x 24" maximum.
ENTRY RULES                                                    C. Must be 75% natural materials.
A. Must be in Exhibitors possession a minimum of
                                                               Prizes: 1st - $10.00; 2nd - $7.00; 3rd - $5.00
   3 months.
                                                               Class
B. No larger than a 12" pot.
                                                               1. Seed picture/mosaic
C.CORRECTLY LABELED.
D.Only plants FREE of insects and disease will be
   exhibited and judged.
Prizes: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $3.00
Class
                                                               OPEN CLASS - ALL AGES
1. House plant
2. Hanging basket
3. Cactus
                                                                      FRUIT
                                                               First and second show trophies will be awarded to
                                                               the BEST OF SHOW for a single specimen of fruit
                        Section 8                              selected from all entries. The winner will be selected by
                                                               the judge(s) of the Department.
     VEGETABLE SPECIMENS*                                      ***Please note Entry Rules 3, 12 & 22.
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class                                                                                 Section 11
 1. Beans, any variety - 8 pods
 2. Beets - 2 specimens, leaves removed to 2"
 3. Cabbage - 1 specimen, open leaves left on                                          APPLES*
 4. Cucumbers - 2 specimens                                    Single Plate with 5 specimens
 5. Garlic - 3 specimens with 1" stem
                                                               Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00; 4th - $1.00
 6. Onion, any variety - 3 specimen with 1" stem
 7. Pepper, any variety - 2 specimens                          Class
 8. Potato - 3 specimens                                       1. Cortland                                9. McIntosh
 9. Pumpkins - 1 specimen with stem                            2. Delicious, Golden                      10. Mutsu
10. Sweet corn - 3 ears with husks on and 1" strip pulled      3. Delicious, Red                         11. Northern Spy
    down                                                       4. Granny Smith                           12. Rome Beauty
11. Squash, zucchini - 1 specimen                              5. Jonagold                               13. Ruby
12. Tomato, any variety - 3 specimens                          6. Jonathon                               14. Stayman Winesap
13. Tomato, cherry - 10 specimens                              7. Lodi                                   15. Any other named
14. Vegetable, any other - 3 specimens (3 of the same kind)    8. McIntosh, Early                             variety
15. Vegetable basket - 5 or more different specimens.
    Basket size: Length, width or height not to exceed 2 ft.
                                                                                      Section 12
                        Section 9                                              CRAB APPLES*
        COMIC CARICATURE*                                      Single Plate with 10 specimens
                                                               Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $1.50; 3rd - $1.00
ENTRY RULES                                                    Class
A. Made of firm fruit/vegetable without soft or leafy           1. Any named variety
   foliage.
B. No cut or open produce.
C. Accessories and decorations must be of natural                                     Section 13
   origin.
D. Produce DOES NOT have to be grown by                                                 PEARS*
   exhibitor.                                                  Single Plate with 5 specimens
E. Entry not to exceed 18" in size.                            Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $2.50; 3rd - $2.00; 4th - $1.00
F. Judging on creativity, uniqueness and appropriate           Class
   use of materials.                                            1. Bartlett
                                                                2. Bosc
Prizes: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00                   3. Any other named variety
Class
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FRUIT – Nuts – Section 14                                       FRUIT – Apricots – Section 19

                      Section 14                                                      Section 19
                           NUTS                                   APRICOTS & NECTARINES*
Entry Rules                                                     Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $2.50; 3rd - $2.00
A. Please note Entry Rules 3 & 12.                              Class
B. Nuts must be harvested within 12 months of the               1. Any variety apricot, 5 specimens
   fair.                                                        2. Any variety nectarine, 5 specimens
C. One show only.
Single Plate with 10 specimens with one cut in half to
                                                                                      Section 20
expose the meat of the nut
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00
                                                                                      MELONS*
                                                                Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $2.50; 3rd - $2.00
Class
 1. Black Walnuts                                               Class
                                                                1. Melon, Water – 1 specimen, refrigerator type.
 2. Carpaitian Walnuts (English)                                2. Melon, Musk – 1 specimen - netted
 3. Chestnuts                                                   3. Melon, Musk – 1 specimen - semi-netted
 4. Filberts (Hazelnuts)                                        4. Melon, Musk – 1 specimen - smooth
 5. Butternuts
 6. Any other named variety
                                                                                      Section 21
                      Section 15                                      MIXED FRUIT BASKET*
                                                                Premiums: 1st - $8.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00; 4th - $2.00
                     PEACHES*                                   Class - 1
                                                                A. Please note Entry Rules 3 and 22
Single Plate with 5 specimens                                   B. 5 or more different varieties of local grown fruit
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00                 C. First, second, third and fourth will receive a Rosette
Class                                                              Basket size not to exceed 2 ft. in length, width or height.
 1. Red-Haven
 2. Any other named variety
                                                                            VEGETABLES*
                      Section 16                                                      Section 22
                      GRAPES*                                   A trophy will be awarded to the BEST OF SHOW for
Single Plate with 3 bunches                                     a single entry in Section 1 of Division F in the FIRST
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                 and SECOND SHOW. The winner will be selected by
Class                                                           the judge(s) of the Department.
 1. Catawba                        4. Seedless varieties        Note Garden Produce Entry Rules 3, 12 & 22.
 2. Concord                        5. Any other named variety   Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
 3. Niagara                                                     Class
                                                                 1. Beans, Pole - 10 pods
                                                                 2. Beans, Green Snap - 10 pods
                      Section 17                                 3. Beans, Yellow Snap - 10 pods
                                                                 4. Beans, Lima - 10 pods
                                                                 5. Beets - 3 specimens, leaves removed to 2"
                        PLUMS*                                   6. Broccoli - 1 specimen
Single Plate with 5 specimens                                    7. Cabbage, Early - 1 head, only 1 row of open leaves
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                     left on
Class                                                            8. Cabbage, Late - 1 head, only 1 row of open leaves
 1. Green Gage                     3. Stanley                       left on
 2. Italian Prune                  4. Any other named variety    9. Cabbage, Red - 1 head, only 1 row of open leaves
                                                                    left on
                                                                10. Carrots - 5 specimens, leaves removed to 2"
                                                                11. Cauliflower - 1 specimen
                      Section 18                                12. Celery, Green - 3 branches displayed in water
                                                                13. Corn, Bi-Colored - 3 ears with husks on and a one
                      BERRIES*                                      inch strip pulled down, trimmed butts
                                                                14. Corn, Popping - 3 ears with husks on and a one inch
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00                     strip pulled down, trimmed butts
Class                                                           15. Corn, Indian - 3 ears with husks on and a one inch
 1. Blueberries, pint box                                           strip pulled down, trimmed butts
 2. Raspberries, Red or Black, pint box                         16. Corn, Sweet White - 3 ears with husks on and a one
 3. Blackberries, pint box                                          inch strip pulled down, trimmed butts
 4. Strawberries, pint box                                      17. Corn, Sweet Yellow - 3 ears with husks on and a one
 5. Any other variety of berry, pint box                            inch strip pulled down, trimmed butts


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VEGETABLES (continued)                                       VEGETABLES – Section 23 (continued)

Class                                                        C. Class 1 and 2 shall not exceed 2 ft. in length,
18. Cucumber, Slicing - 2 specimens                             width or height.
19. Cucumber, English Seedless type - 2 specimens
20. Cucumber, Pickling, 1" to 31⁄2" length - 3 specimens     D. Class 3 shall not exceed 3 ft. in length, width
21. Eggplant - 2 specimens                                      or height.
22. Garlic, 3 specimens with one inch stem                   Class                             1st       2nd 3rd
23. Horseradish, 2 specimens, leaves removed to 2"           1. Best display of mixed                 $10.00    7.00   5.00
24. Kohlrabi - 3 specimens, with 1" of stem intact              vegetables* 7 or more
25. Okra - 7 specimens                                          specimens in basket
26. Onion, White - 3 specimens, trimmed
                                                             2. Best display of squash                   5.00   3.00   2.00
27. Onion, Red - 3 specimens, trimmed
                                                                5 or more in basket
28. Onion, Yellow - 3 specimens, trimmed
29. Parsnip - 3 specimens, leaves trimmed to 2"              3. Best display of gourds                   5.00   3.00   2.00
30. Pepper, Green Sweet - 3 specimens                           10 or more in basket
31. Pepper, Red Sweet - 3 specimens
32. Pepper, Yellow Sweet - 3 specimens
33. Pepper, Red Hot - 5 specimens
34. Pepper, Yellow Hot - 5 specimens                                                                 Section 24
35. Pepper, Green Hot - 5 specimens
36. Pepper, Hot, Any Other - 5 specimens                                                             ODD
37. Pepper, Red Pimento - 5 specimens
38. Potato, Red - 4 specimens                                                                    SPECIMENS*
39. Potato, White - 4 specimens
40. Potato, Any Variety - 4 specimens                                                             Entry Rules
41. Pumpkin, Pie - 1 specimen with stem
42. Pumpkin, Field - 1 specimen with stem                                               A. Note Garden Produce
43. Radish, Red - 5 specimens, leaves trimmed to 1"                                        Entry Rules 3, 12, 16,
44. Radish, White - 5 specimens, leaves trimmed to 1"                                      17 & 18.
45. Rhubarb - 5 stalks, leaves removed
                                                             Rosettes awarded to first place winners.
46. Rutabaga - 3 specimens - 2 leaves removed
47. Squash, Acorn - 2 specimens                              Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00
48. Squash, Buttercup - 2 specimens                          Class
49. Squash, Butternut - 2 specimens                           1. Largest pumpkin - by circumference
50. Squash, Hubbard - 1 specimen                              2. Largest tomato - by weight
51. Squash, Summer Straight - 2 specimens                     3. Longest zucchini squash - by length
52. Squash, Summer Crookneck - 2 specimens                    4. Largest zucchini squash - by weight
53. Squash, Scallop - 2 specimens                             5. Largest sunflower head - by diameter
54. Squash, Zucchini, large cooking - 2 specimens             6. Most unusual vegetable
55. Squash, Zucchini, yellow, white or green -3 specimens,    7. Melon, water largest by weight
    small for eating 5" to 7" long                            8. Melon, musk - any type - largest by weight
56. Swiss Chard - 3 stalks, displayed in water                9. Largest garlic - by weight
    TOMATO EXHIBITS SHOULD BE 60% OR                         10. Largest cabbage - by weight (no roots)
     MORE RIPE DEPENDING ON SEASON                           11. Tallest Corn Stalk
57. Tomato, Red, small fruited - 10 specimens
58. Tomato, Yellow, small fruited - 10 specimens
59. Tomato, Pink - 5 specimens                                                     Section 25
60. Tomato, Red, canning - 5 specimens
61. Tomato, Red, paste - 5 specimens
62. Tomato, Red, slicing - 5 specimens
                                                                    COMIC CARICATURE*
63. Tomato, Yellow- 5 specimens
64. Turnip - 3 specimens, leaves trimmed to 2"                          Entry Rules
65. Vegetable, any other 3 specimens must be named           A. Made of FIRM vegetables/fruits. No soft, leafy
    (not listed in the book)                                    foliages permitted.
66. Tomato, any other - 5 specimens of the same kind
                                                             B. No open or cut produce is permitted.
                                                             C. Accessories or decorations used must be of natural
                   Section 23                                   origin.
                                                             D. Produce need NOT BE GROWN by exhibitor.
         BASKET DISPLAYS*                                    E. Size of entry not to exceed 18" across.
                                                             F. Entry to be judged on creativity, uniqueness and
            Entry Rules                                         appropriate use of materials.
                                                             Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00
A. No more than 3 specimens of the same variety              Class
   (exception - gourds)                                      1. One fruit and/or vegetable caricature*
B. Note Garden Produce Entry Rules 3, 12 & 22.
   Rosettes awarded for all places.



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                                                            FLORAL DEPT. – (continued)
                      Section 26
                                                            and aids in the conservation of natural resources.
  SEED PICTURE OR MOSAIC                                    The classes in sections 4,5,6,7, & 8 are exhibits in the
                                                            Standard Flower Show. This Standard Flower Show is
         Entry Rules                                        open to all exhibitors whether or not they are affiliated
                                                            with a Garden Club.
A. One seed picture or mosaic per entrant.
B. Picture or mosaic not to exceed 18" x 24" in size.
C. Must be made of 75% natural material.                           FLORAL BUILDING SCHEDULE
D. One show only.                                            ROSE SHOW
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00              Exhibits should be brought in the morning of the
Class                                                        show starting at 7:30 a.m.
1. Seed picture or mosaic                                    Judging will be 10:00 a.m. Monday and 10:00 a.m.
                                                             Thursday.
                                                             CONTAINER GROWN PLANTS –
                      Section 27                             Blooming & Foliage
                                                             Entries are accepted Sunday preceding the Fair from
               “SCARECROWS”                                  10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Monday from 7:30-8:30




                                                                                                                          FLORAL DEPT.
                                                             a.m. Judging will be Monday 9:00 a.m.
                 Entry Rules                                 CUT SPECIMEN BLOOMS – Annuals & Perennials
                                                             Entries accepted Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
A.   No taller than 6'.
                                                             Judging Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
B.   Must be on wooden stake.
                                                             JUNIOR DESIGN ARRANGEMENTS
C.   No wider than 6'.                                       Entries accepted Tuesday between 7:30-10:15 a.m.
D.   No LIVE material.                                       Judging Tuesday 10:30 a.m.
E.   TV show theme, but not mandatory                        DESIGN ARRANGEMENTS
Premiums: 1st - $7.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $3.00              Entries for the first show accepted Tuesday from
Class - 1                                                    7:30-10:00 a.m. and may be picked up no earlier than
                                                             Thursday 10:00 p.m. or Friday before 10:00 a.m.
                                                             Entries for the second show accepted Friday from
                      Section 28                             7:30-10:00 a.m.
                                                             Judging Tuesday & Friday 10:30 a.m.
 Biggest and/or Ugliest WEED*                                DAHLIA SHOW
                                                             Entries accepted Saturday from 7:30-10:45 a.m.
          Entry Rules                                        Judging Saturday 11:00 a.m.
A. Must be alive and growing.                                FAIRY GARDENS
B. Must be in a pot or container.                            Entries accepted Tuesday from 7:30-10:00 a.m.
C. Two Shows.                                                Judging Tuesday 10:30 a.m.
Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00              All exhibits, ribbons, and premiums should be picked
*Any unwanted plant which interferes with the growth         up Sunday, the last day of the Fair between 8:30 p.m.
 of grass, vegetables or flowers.                            and 10:00 p.m. or on Monday after the Fair in the
Class - 1                                                    Floral Bldg. between 9:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
                                                             ALL JUDGING IN THE FLORAL BUILDING
                                                             AND DISPLAY GARDENS IS CLOSED TO THE
             FLORAL                                          PUBLIC.


           DEPARTMENT                                                FLORAL DEPARTMENT
                  DEPARTMENT 28                                          ENTRY RULES
                                                             1. To exhibit you must purchase an Exhibitor Ticket
CHERYL NEYLON                           DONNA BAUDO             which includes 2 complimentary gate admissions.
    Director                             Superintendent -       Your one Exhibitor Ticket permits you to exhibit in
                                         Floral Building        all other Open Class Divisions or Departments of
This is a Standard Flower Show as required by the               the Cuyahoga County Fair.
National Council of State Garden Club, Inc. The awards       2. See Exhibitor Rules for entry deadline.
are determined by National Council’s Standard System
of Awarding. This flower show is sponsored by Bud N          3. There are no class Entry Fees in this Department.
Bloom and Westlake Garden Clubs in cooperation with          4. Eligibility To Exhibit:
the Cuyahoga County Fair under the direction of Show            a. Sections are open to all.
Chair Georgiene Maline. Bud N Bloom and Westlake                b. All cut specimen material must be grown by
Garden Clubs are members of the Garden Club of
Ohio, Central Atlantic Region & the National Council               the Exhibitor.
of State Garden Clubs, Inc. National Council promotes           c. Container specimens must be in Exhibitor’s
the area Flower Arranging and study of Horticulture                possession for three months.


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FLORAL DEPT. – (continued)                                  FLORAL DEPARTMENT (continued)

 5. Be sure to specify on your Entry Form if you            21. If you have any questions please call Cheryl Neylon
    are entering the first, second, or both shows.              at (440) 243-0090.
 6. Make check or money order payable to
    Cuyahoga County Fair and mail with your                 SPECIAL AWARDS
    Entry Form to:                                          The AWARD of HORTICULTURAL EXCELLENCE
                 Cuyahoga County Fair                       may be awarded to the exhibit judged as the finest in the
            P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017                entire Horticultural section. This award shall be
    Your Exhibitor Ticket will be mailed to you. Your       represented by a rosette of green, orange and blue
    Entry Tags will be held for you at the Floral           ribbons. This award, if merited, shall be given for ribbon
    Building, ready to attach to your exhibit. They will    only, no extra cash award. Sections 4 & 5 only.
    not be distributed ahead of time.
 7. The Entry Rules governing the Cuyahoga County           The AWARD OF MERIT may be awarded to a blue
    Fair apply to this department.                          ribbon winner scoring 95 or over in each of the designated
                                                            sections. The Award of Merit shall be represented by a
 8. In all classes the decision of the judges will be
                                                            rosette of orange. This award, if merited, shall be given for
    final.
                                                            ribbon only and no extra cash award. Entries eligible for
 9. When staging Horticultural specimens, the con-          this are Sections 4, 5, 6 & 7 only.
    tainer should be in proportion to the size of the
    stem. Vase is equal to one third the size of the
    entry.
10. While the management will give all assistance
    possible in properly placing exhibits and safe-
    guarding them during the Fair, it in no way
                                                                 GARDEN CENTER
    assumes any responsibility in case of loss.
11. All exhibits and ribbons should be picked up Sun-
    day, the last night of the Fair between 9:00 p.m.
                                                                  PROFESSIONAL
    and 10:00 p.m. or on Monday after the Fair in the
    FLORAL BUILDING between 9:00 a.m. and                         CONTAINER DISPLAY
    5:00 p.m. Any exhibits, ribbons, and premiums
    remaining after Monday will be taken to the Fair                             Section 2
    Board Office and may be picked up the week
    following the Fair.
                                                               This section has been added to help beautify
12. To insure proper identification, please attach a
    sticker with your name on it to the bottom of the          the Fair grounds with Blooming Containers
    container.                                                              grown by retailers.
13. Entry tags must be attached to the exhibit, not laid
    on the table. Design Classes are an exception to                        JUDGING:
    this rule.                                                         The Containers will be
14. The Director or Superintendent reserves the right           judged Sunday before the Fair opens.
    to remove any unworthy entries.
15. An exhibitor may enter more than one entry in a
    HORTICULTURAL CLASS provided it is a                    ENTRY RULES
    different variety.                                      1. This class is limited to actual Garden Centers,
16. No plant shine is permitted on any of the container        Greenhouses, Nurseries, or other Retailers.
    grown plants.                                           2. Two (2) 30" Pots will be provided by the Fair
17. No accessories are permitted in containers in the          Board.
    Horticultural section except dish gardens.              3. The containers are to be planted and grown at your
18. Judges are all Horticultural Specialists or they           facility. They will be picked up and delivered to the
    are Nationally Accredited Judges. All entries are          Fair Grounds the week preceding the Fair. Most
    individually judged against horticultural perfection,      containers will be placed in full sun areas.
    not against each other.                                 4. These containers will be placed around various
19. All exhibits must be kept fresh. Unsightly or wilted       buildings, along the midway areas, other areas on
    plants will be removed. The Director or Superin-           the Fair Grounds.
    tendent may at any time remove an exhibit if            5. Signage will be provided by the Fair Board to
    deemed necessary.                                          advertise your establishment.
20. Any horticultural entry entered in class as “other”     6. There are no entry fees in this Section.
    MUST have the name of the plant written on the
    entry tag.                                                    1st - $50 & Rosette 2nd - $25 & Rosette
                                                                             3rd - $15 & Rosette



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SPECIMEN BLOOMS                                                 Section 4
                   Section 3                                  BLOOMING
                                                          CONTAINER GROWN
  ROSES • TWO SHOWS                                        SPECIMEN PLANTS
      A.R.S. Rules                                              Best of Show Rosette & $7.50
   PLANT SOCIETY EXHIBIT
                                                                 Entries accepted Sunday,
          Judging:                                    preceding the Fair, from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
        10:00 a.m., Monday, of Fair Week                   and Monday from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
        10:00 a.m., Thursday, of Fair Week
                                                                ONE SHOW ONLY
           Court of Honor
In each show:                                                Judging: 9:00 a.m., Monday
 1. QUEEN OF SHOW (Hybrid Tea)
       Award: Joe Kern Memorial Trophy
                                                           Plants must remain until Sunday
               Rosette and $5.00                               closing day of the Fair.
 2. BEST MULTIPLE BLOOM (Large Roses)
       Award: Rosette and $5.00                      ENTRY RULES
 3. QUEEN OF SHOW (Miniature)                         1. All plants must have been in exhibitors’ possession
       Award: Rosette and $5.00                          at least three months. Plants MUST be in bloom.
 4. BEST MULTIPLE BLOOM (Miniature)
       Award: Rosette and $5.00                       2. Plants must be labeled as to variety. Botanical or
                                                         common name may be used.
 For information in entering roses call consultant
                                                      3. All plants must be insect and disease free.
Bill & Anita Solarz - (440) 779-5712
                                                      4. There can be one or more plants per pot unless
ENTRY RULES                                              otherwise specified. Clay or plastic pots are pre-
1. Label all varieties.                                  ferred over decorative pots.
2. This section will be set up for Monday and         5. Exhibitor may enter more than one specimen,
   Thursday of the Fair.                                 provided that it is a different variety.
3. Exhibitor must complete rose entry form.
                                                      6. Exhibitor is requested to enter plant in the proper
     For a complete Rose Show List                       class.
Contact the C.C.F. Office at 440-243-0090             7. Fourth place receives Honorable Mention with
                                                         ribbon only.
    EXHIBITORS ENTRY FORM                             8. All entry requirements of the Cuyahoga County
                                                         Fair and the Floral Department entry rules apply.
           FOR ROSES                                  9. Containers must be clean or they will be disqualified.
 Cuyahoga County Fair
 P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017                                         JUDGING SCALE
                                                     SaintPaulia                             Other
                        Exhibitor’s No.              (African Violets)                       Flowering Plants
 Enclosed check covers the cost of an Exhibitor’s    Leaf symmetry ..............25          Overall beauty ..............40
 Ticket of the Cuyahoga County Fair.                 Health & Vigor..............25          Health & Vigor.............35
 Early Entry Before July 20 ........$10.00           Quantity of Bloom ........25            Quantity of Bloom .......25
 Entry July 21 - July 30...............$12.00        Size & type Bloom........15             Total Points..............100
                                                     Color .............................10
 NAME                                                Total Points ..............100

 ADDRESS                                             Foliage Plants
                                                     Cultural perfection........40
 CITY                                                Health & Vigor..............35
 STATE                ZIP CODE                       Ornamental value..........25
                                                     Total points...............100

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BLOOMING CONTAINER… (continued)                             CONTAINER SPECIMEN… (continued)

SAINTPAULIA – (AFRICAN VIOLETS)                             Class
DOUBLE BLOSSOM                                               7 Herbaceous or succulent vine or trailing excluding
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00;               aroids (Swedish Ivy, Wandering Jew, Rosary Plant, etc.)
          4th - Honorable Mention Ribbon Only                8 Aroids – upright types (Chinese Evergreens,
Class                                                          Dieffenbachia)
 1 Single blooms - solid color                               9 Aroid – trailing type (Philodendron, Monstera,
 2 Double blooms - solid color                                 Pothos, Nephthytis, etc.)
 3 Bicolor and two tones                                    10 Herbaceous plants with variegated foliage (Coleus,
 4 Miniature single or double                                  Pileas, Maranta, Fittonia, Caladium, etc.)
 5 Miniature - trailing                                     11 Woody or semi-woody plants with variegated foliage
                                                               (Croton, Draceana, Acalpha, etc.)
OTHER FLOWERING PLANTS                                      12 Echinocactus
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00
                                                            13 Opuntia (cactus)
Class                                                       14 Notocactus
 6 Sinningia (Gloxinia)                                     15 Schlumbergera - Zygocactus
 7 Streptocarpus (Cape Primrose)                            16 Mammallaria - cactus
 8 Episcia (Flame Violet or Lace Flower)                    17 Cactus - any other
 9 Begonia (any variety)                                    18 Jade Solid color
10 Hanging Basket with Flowering Houseplants                19 Jade - variegated
   (all one color)                                          20 Jade - miniature leaf
11 Hanging Basket with Flowering Houseplants                21 Succulent other than Jade
   (mixed colors)                                           22 Euphorbia
12 Hanging Basket with Flowering Annuals                    23 Dish Garden - variety of mixed growing plants (non-
   (all one color)                                             cactus)
13 Hanging Basket with Flowering Annuals                    24 Culinary Herb
   (mixed colors)                                           25 Medicinal Herb
14 Orchids                                                  26 Aromatic Herb
15 Geraniums                                                27 Any other plant 8" diameter pot or smaller
16 Woody Plants in Bloom (azalea, gardenia, citrus, etc.)   28 Any other plant larger than 8" diameter pot
17 Other flowering plants in bloom not listed               29 Cactus garden - (mixed cactus plants)
                                                            *NOTE:
                       Section 5                            Bonsai has been eliminated as a class and is NOT to be
                                                            included as “any other”. After careful consideration and
                                                            discussions with the Cleveland Bonsai Club as to the dif-
 CONTAINER SPECIMEN                                         ficulty in judging Bonsai we have made the decision to
                                                            eliminate it as a class. Any Bonsai that is brought in will
   PLANTS GROWN                                             be considered for display only and will NOT be judged.
   PRIMARILY FOR
      FOLIAGE                                                                    Section 6
          Best of Show Rosette & $7.50                            CUT SPECIMEN
           Entries accepted Sunday,                             BLOOMS – ANNUALS
preceding the Fair, from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
     and Monday from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.                            Court of Honor
                                                                  1st Best of Show Rosette & $7.50
         ONE SHOW ONLY                                             Enter Annuals on Tuesday Only
       Judging: 9:00 a.m., Monday                                   Entries Accepted Tuesday from
ENTRY RULES                                                             7:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
Same as Section 4.
Premiums: 1st - $4.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00
                                                                            ONE SHOW
Class
            Container grown in Hanging Baskets                    Judging: 9:00 a.m., Tuesday
 1   Hanging baskets/pots with foliage
 2   Hanging baskets/pots with vines                        ENTRY RULES
 3   Hanging baskets/pots with ferns                        1. See Entry Requirements and Floral Department
 4   Hanging baskets/pots with Wandering Jew Family            Entry Rules.
 5   Hanging Asparagus densiforus “Sprengeri”               2. This section will be set up for Tuesday.
         Container grown NOT in Hanging Baskets             3. All annuals should be named with variety, if
 6   Woody or semi-woody viny or trailing type (English        possible.
     Ivy, Creeping Fig, Wax Plant, etc.)


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CONTAINER SPECIMEN… (continued)                           CUT SPECIMEN… (continued)

4. Floral Department supplies containers. The only        ENTRY RULES
   exception is Sunflowers. The exhibitor must provide    1. Label all varieties.
   their own container.                                   2. This Section will be set up for Tuesday.
5. Foliage should not be below water line, but all        3. See Entry Requirements and Floral Department
   stems must include some foliage.                          Entry Rules.
6. Inconspicuous wedging is permitted where neces-        4. Foliage should NOT be below water line.
   sary.                                                  5. Inconspicuous wedging is permitted where
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00              necessary.
         4th - Honorable Mention Ribbon Only
                                                          Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class                                                              4th - Honorable Mention Ribbon Only
 1 Ageratum, 3 stems                                      Class
 2 Aster, 3 stems, one color or mixed                      1 Chrysanthemums, 3 stems
 3 Calendula, 3 stems, one color or mixed                  2 Delphinium, 3 stems
 4 Carnation, 3 stems, one color or mixed                  3 Heliopsis, 3 stems
 5 Celosia, 3 stems                                        4 Liatris, 3 stems
 6 Cleome, 3 stems                                         5 Monarda, 3 stems
 7 Cosmos, 3 stems                                         6 Phlox, 3 spikes
 8 Dwarf bedding Dahlias, 3 stems                          7 Rudbeckia, 3 stems
 9 Geranium, 3 stems                                       8 Shasta Daisy, 3 stems
10 Marigold, dwarf French, double, 3 stems                 9 Tritoma, 3 stems
11 Marigold, dwarf French, single, 3 stems                10 Hybrid Lilies, 3 stems
12 Marigold, large, 3 blooms up to 21/2"                  11 Hemerocallis - Daylilies, 3 stems
13 Marigold, large, 3 blooms 21/2" or over                12 Gallardia, 3 stems
                                                          13 Echinacea - Coneflower, 3 stems
14 Petunia, double flowered, one variety, 3 stems
                                                          14 Any other perennial not listed above, 3 stems
15 Petunia, grandiflora, one variety, 3 stems                ***Blooms in this class must be labeled with name
16 Petunia, multiflora, plain edged, one color, 3 stems
   (small flowers)
17 Petunia, 3 stems, bi-color any variety
18 Petunia, single, 3 stems
19 Salvia, 3 stems
20 Scabiosa, 3 blooms
                                                                  DESIGN
21 Snapdragons, one variety, 3 spikes
22 Sunflower, one bloom, with container
                                                               ARRANGEMENTS
23 Tuberous begonia, 3 blooms, any color
24 Tuberous begonia, single, 3 blooms, any color                STANDARD DIVISION
25 Zinnia, Dahlia flowered, one color, 3 stems
26 Zinnia, cactus, one color, 3 stems                                            Section 8
27 Zinnia, pompom, one color, 3 stems
28 Verbena, any color, 3 stems
29 Impatiens - 3 stems
                                                                 Material exhibited to show
30 Gladiolus - 1 stem                                             arrangement of Flowers,
31 Any other annual not mentioned, 3 stems                         Foliage and Container
                                                          ENTRY RULES
                                                          1. Entry tags must be placed with the exhibit. They
                       Section 7                             need not be attached.
                                                          2. No one will be permitted more than one entry per
                                                             class.
   CUT SPECIMEN                                           3. Materials need not be grown by the exhibitor.
                                                          4. No artificial flowers, foliage, vegetables, or fruit
BLOOMS – PERENNIALS                                          permitted. No cut fruits or vegetables permitted.
                                                          5. Accessories are permitted in all classes with the
   Court of Honor                                            EXCEPTION of the American Flag or any other
                                                             National Flag. Since proper Flag etiquette is dif-
      Best of Show Rosette & $7.50                           ficult to determine in design, the NCSGC judges
     Enter Perennials – Tuesday Only                         have made this request.
 Entries Accepted Tuesday from 7:30 - 8:45                6. Honorable Mention for 4th ribbon.
                                                          7. Repeating the same arrangement in 2nd show will
                 ONE SHOW                                    automatically disqualify exhibitor.
                                                          8. Novice classes are for participants who have not
       Judging: 9:00 a.m., Tuesday                           won a blue rosette in a previous flower show.
                                                          9. Novice Classes are Show 1 – Class 2 + 5 and
                                                             Show 2 – Class 4 + 6.


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ARRANGEMENTS (continued)                                        ARRANGEMENTS (continued)

10. All entries are to be artistic arrangements as known        Class 5 Documentary
    to flower arrangers, that is, an interpretation of the              Show 1 – Your interpretation – this is a Novice
    theme; it should not be a scene.                                             class
11. This schedule is meant to bring out exhibits that are               Show 2 – Designer’s Choice
    suggestive of the titles in each class.                     Class 6 Medical Shows
12. Design is limited to 24" wide. There is no height                   Show 1 – Designer’s Choice
    limit, but design Must be in proportion.                            Show 2 – Your interpretation – this is a Novice
13. The use of any part of plants on the state conserva-                         class
    tion list is strictly prohibited and the arrangement
    will be disqualified.                                       Class 7 News
                                                                        Show 1 – Dried arrangement,* your
14. All entries must be kept in good show condition or
                                                                                 interpretation
    they will be removed by the Director.
                                                                        Show 2 – Designer’s Choice
15. Entries from the First show should be picked up after
    8:00 p.m. Thursday evening or Friday before 10:00 a.m.      Class 8 Comedy Show
16. See CCF Entry Requirements and Floral                               Show 1 – Designer’s Choice
    Department Entry Rules.                                             Show 2 – Designer’s Choice
17. If you have won a Blue Rosette before in this               Class 9 Reality Show
    Division, then you must enter the Master Division.                  Show 1 – Designer’s Choice
                                                                        Show 2 – Dried arrangement,* your
The judging criteria will be based on the following: Color                       interpretation
combination, Proportion and balance, Creative expres-
                                                                Class 10 Talk Shows
sion, Distinction and originality, Suitability of material in            Show 1 – Designer’s Choice
relation to containers, Design in all elements and prin-                 Show 2 – Designer’s Choice
ciples, and interpretation of the theme.
                                                                *All dried materials to be natural. Minimum of artificial
                                                                color permitted.
                   ALL CLASSES
1st prize - $5.00, 2nd prize - $4.00, 3rd prize -
$3.00, 4th prize - Honorable Mention - Ribbon Only
BEST ARRANGEMENT - EACH SHOW
1st - $7.50 & Rosette, 2nd - $5.00 & Rosette,
                                                                        DESIGN
3rd - $2.50 & Rosette
First Show will be on Tuesday
                                                                     ARRANGEMENTS
Second Show will be on Friday
Entries may be set up the morning of the show from                                   Section 9
7:30-10:00. Judging will begin at 10:30. All entries
MUST be in place at this time.
                                                                         MASTER DIVISION*
                                                                Class 1 Police Stories
                        Theme:                                          Show 1 – Designer’s Choice (no weapons)
                       TV Shows                                         Show 2 – Dried arrangement (no weapons)
Class 1 Sports Show                                             Class 2 Home Improvement
        Show 1 – An arrangement using sports                            Show 1 – An arrangement using tools
                 equipment                                              Show 2 – Designer’s Choice
        Show 2 – Dried arrangement,* your
                                                                Class 3 Western Shows
                 interpretation
                                                                        Show 1 – Designer’s Choice
Class 2 Educational Show                                                Show 2 – Arrangement with western props
        Show 1 – Your interpretation – this is a Novice
                                                                Class 4 MTV/Music
                 class
                                                                        Show 1 – An arrangement using cds, tapes,
        Show 2 – Designer’s Choicer
                                                                                 records, etc.
Class 3 Soap Opera                                                      Show 2 – Designer’s Choice
        Show 1 – Dried arrangement,* your
                                                                Class 5 Game Shows
                 interpretation
                                                                        Show 1 – Dried arrangement
        Show 2 – Designer’s Choice
                                                                        Show 2 – Designer’s Choice
Class 4 Cooking
                                                                Class 6 Cartoons
        Show 1 – An arrangement using utensils
                                                                        Show 1 – Designer’s Choice
        Show 2 – Your interpretation – this is a Novice
                                                                        Show 2 – An arrangement using a character
                 class
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DESIGN ARRANGEMENTS (continued)                            DESIGN ARRANGEMENTS (continued)

                                                           THEME: Kid’s Shows
        DESIGN                                             Class 1. Animals
                                                                    An arrangement including animals in it.
   ARRANGEMENTS                                                     AGES 8 & UNDER
                                                           Class 2. Cartoons

    Junior Division                                                 An arrangement including cartoon figure.
                                                                    AGES 8 & UNDER

  Educational Exhibit                                      Class 3. Female Hero Figure
                                                                    An arrangement with female hero figure.
                                                                    AGES 9 THRU 14
                   Section 10                              Class 4. Male Hero Figure
                                                                    An arrangement with male hero figure.
                                                                    AGES 9 THRU 14
  This Division for Design Arrangements has
                                                           Premiums – 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00,
    been added to encourage creativity and                               3rd - $2.00 + Rosette in each class
   artistic expression. All exhibitors must be
                                                           Honorable Mention – Ribbon Only
              AGE 14 OR UNDER.
      JUDGING WILL BE ON
      TUESDAY AT 10:30 a.m.
                                                                   FAIRY GARDENS
ENTRY RULES                                                                    Section 11
 1. Use Floral Entry Form. No fee for entry.
 2. Entries accepted on Tuesday between 7:30 and                   JUDGING WILL BE ON
    10:00 a.m.                                                      TUESDAY AT 9:00 a.m.
 3. Entry tags must be placed with the exhibit, but they
    do not have to be attached to entry.                   Entries accepted on TUESDAY only – 7:30 - 8:45 a.m.
 4. No artificial flowers, foliage, vegetables, or fruit   ENTRY RULES
    are permitted. No cut fruits or vegetables are         1.   Plants to be in proportion to container.
    permitted.
                                                           2.   Container no larger than 20" in diameter.
 5. Fresh and/or dried plant material may be used in all   3.   Fairy novelties optional.
    classes. However, some type of plant material must
    be used.                                               4.   All plants must be alive.
 6. Accessories are permitted in all classes with the      Judging will be based on the following:
    EXCEPTION of the American Flag or any other               • Creativity & originality
    National Flag. Since proper Flag etiquette is diffi-      • Uniqueness of container
    cult to determine in design, the NCSGC judges             • Scale of plants
    have made this request.                                1st prize - $4.00, 2nd prize - $3.00, 3rd prize - $2.00
 7. No one will be permitted more than one entry per
    class.
 8. All entries are to be artistic arrangements that are
    your interpretation of the theme.
                                                                 DAHLIA
 9. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE THE WORK OF THE
    EXHIBITOR.
                                                           Plant Society Exhibit
10. All Exhibitors MUST enter only the classes in their
    age group. Class 1 & 2 are for ages 8 & under.                             Section 12
    Class 3 & 4 are for ages 9-14.
11. The arrangements are limited to 24" wide. There is            Dahlia Society of Ohio
    no height limit, but design must be in proportion.
12. Plant material need not be grown by the exhibitor.     Cuyahoga County Fair Dahlia Show
The judging will be based on the following:
                                                                       Judging: 11:00 a.m.,
    • Creativity of arrangement,
    • Suitability of plant material                                    Saturday of the Fair
    • Neatness, and
    • Interpretation of theme in each class.               For Information Call DAVE CAP (440) 888-5589


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DAHLIA (continued)                                      JUNIOR FAIR (continued)

ENTRY RULES                                                   PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS
1. See Entry Requirements and Floral Department                    Boy Scouts    OSU Extension 4-H
   Entry Rules.                                                 Civil Air Patrol     Girl Scouts
2. All Entries shall be judged in accordance to the            Cleveland Metropolitan School District
   Official Joint American Dahlia Society and Central
   States Dahlia Society Classifications.
3. Variety name must be on each entry tag.                                  JUNIOR FAIR
4. More than one entry in a class IS allowed.              IMPORTANT DATES AND TIMES
5. Pre-registration of varieties or entries is not
                                                        Thursday, July 30      Entry form due at end of the day
   necessary.
6. Containers and entry tags will be furnished at the   Friday, August 7       9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. - Entries
                                                                               (except culinary) accepted in
   show.                                                                       Junior Fair Bldg.
7. All exhibitors must register by purchasing an
                                                        Saturday, August 8     9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. - Entries
   Exhibitor’s Ticket.                                                         accepted (except culinary) in
8. Court of Honor winners will be picked from                                  Junior Fair Building
   Classes 1 through 76 except Grand Champion and       Sunday, August 9       9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. - Culinary
   Reserve Champion which will be chosen from the                              entries only accepted
   Court of Honor.
9. The Grand Champion and the Reserve Champion                      NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED
   will each receive a trophy in addition to the                   AFTER 3:00 P.M. SATURDAY
   Premium money and Rosette.                                    EXCEPTION: CULINARY ENTRIES
                                                                    ACCEPTED ON SUNDAY
      For a complete DAHLIA LIST - Contact the
                                                        Sunday, August 9       Judging of Open Class entries -
             CCF Office at 440-243-0090                                        Closed to public
                                                        Sunday, August 16      Entries may be picked up from
          EXHIBITORS ENTRY FORM                                                8:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
               FOR DAHLIAS                              Monday, August 17      All entries must be picked up
              Cuyahoga County Fair                                             from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. then
          P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017                                     moved to the Fair Board Office.

                          Exhibitor’s No.                   SPECIAL EVENTS IN
       Enclosed is a check to cover the cost of an           THE JUNIOR FAIR
     Exhibitor’s Ticket of the Cuyahoga County Fair.
                                                        Registration for the special programs and contests
 Early Entry before July 20.......$10.00                listed below will be accepted only on the day of the
 Entry July 21 - July 30 ............$12.00             scheduled event at the Office in the Junior Fair
                                                        Building, next to Gate #5. Unless otherwise noted
                                                        all contests will be held in or around the Junior Fair
                          NAME                          Building, and are open to all youth, with age divisions
                                                        noted under each section. Registration will be taken on
                    STREET AND NUMBER                   a first come, first serve basis. There is a minimum of
                                                        three participants in each division or contest. Junior
                          CITY                          Fair officials have the right to alter, add or cancel any
                                                        event in the interest of the Junior Fair Department and
            STATE                   ZIP CODE            Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society.

                                                                          FRISBEE TOSS
           JUNIOR FAIR                                                    Monday - 7:00 p.m.
                                                           Pee Wees: Ages 5 - 7 years – First Place Trophy
                                                           Juniors: Ages 8 - 13 years – First Place Trophy
               DEPARTMENT 37                               Seniors: Ages 14 - 19 years – First Place Trophy
                                                             (Limited to 15 contestants in each age division)
     “Medieval Times at the Fair”
                                                                TEAM WATER BALLOON TOSS
          HOLLY EVERHART, Director                            Wednesday - 4:00 p.m. / Friday - 2:00 p.m.
      JIM MARTIN               CAROL SHAW                       Age 5 to 7 years – First Place Trophy
      Superintendent            Superintendent                 Age 8 to 13 years – First Place Trophy
             geocities.com/ccfjuniorfair                       Age 14 to 19 years – First Place Trophy
            email: ccfjrfair@yahoo.com                          (Limited to 15 pairs in each age division)


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JUNIOR FAIR (continued)                                      JUNIOR FAIR

       DOUGHNUT EATING CONTEST
                  Thursday - 4:00 p.m.
        Age 8 to 13 years – First Place Trophy                    JUNIOR FAIR DANCE
        Age 14 to 19 years – First Place Trophy
     (Limited to 15 contestants in each age division)                               Friday
                  Tuesday - 6:30 p.m.                                   9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
         Age 20 and Up – First Place Trophy
      (Limited to 10 contestants in each age division)              D.J. - Pizza and Pop - Fun for all ages
                                                                          - By Ticket ONLY -
      WATERMELON EATING CONTEST
                  Sunday – 2:00 p.m.                              Open only to members and exhibitors
         Age 5 to 7 years – First Place Trophy                              in the Junior Fair
        Age 8 to 13 years – First Place Trophy
        Age 14 to 19 years – First Place Trophy                          Tickets available at the
     (Limited to 15 contestants in each age division)              Junior Fair Office during the week.
     Thursday - 6:00 p.m. • Saturday – 5:00 p.m.
         Age 20 and up – First Place Trophy                     Children & Adults MUST have ticket
         (Limited to 10 contestants per contest)

   GUMMI WORM PIE EATING CONTEST                                   GENERAL RULES AND
                 Tuesday - 4:00 p.m.
       Age 9 to 13 years – First Place Trophy                       REQUIREMENTS FOR
       Age 14 to 19 years – First Place Trophy
    (Limited to 15 contestants in each age division)
                                                                 JUNIOR FAIR DEPARTMENT
                                                             Please observe all General Rules and Requirements
                TREASURE HUNT                                for exhibits as found in the front of this book with




                                                                                                                        JUNIOR FAIR
                 Saturday - 1:00 p.m.                        the exception and addition of the following.
       Age 5 and under – 2 Trophies per Contest              • Only one entry per class unless noted otherwise.
                                                             • There are NO ENTRY FEES in the Junior Fair
             PIE EATING CONTEST                                Department. No gate passes are included.
      Friday - 4:00 p.m. • Saturday – 7:00 p.m.              • Junior Fair participants must be 19 years of age or
         Age 5 to 7 years – First Place Trophy                 younger as of January 1 of the current year except
        Age 8 to 13 years – First Place Trophy                 where noted.
        Age 14 to 19 years – First Place Trophy              • All entries must be made using the Junior Fair Entry
     (Limited to 15 contestants in each age division)          Form or facsimile or the individual cut-out entry
                                                               forms found in this section of the premium book.
                Wednesday – 7:00 p.m.                          Additional books and forms are available at
          Age 20 and up – First Place Trophy                               Cuyahoga County Fair Office
               (Limited to 10 contestants)                            164 Eastland Road • Berea, Ohio 44017
                                                             • The forms can be photocopied. A separate entry
PLEASE NOTE: All Contestants limited to one trophy             blank must be used by each exhibitor. Entry forms
per contest per fair. Decision of officials is final.          must be signed by the exhibitor AND their parent
Additional rules and regulations may be announced              or guardian unless the exhibitor is 18 years of age
prior to the contests. Registration for all special events     or older. Entry forms are also available on line at
close one hour prior to start of contest.                      www.cuyfair.com.
                                                             • Entry forms must be received in the Fair Office
       CREATIVE WRITING CONTEST                                by the end of the work day on July 30, 2009.
               Wednesday – 10:00 a.m.                          Excluding the daily special events.
            (2 hour maximum time level)                      • Open Class exhibits should be brought to the
       Age 8 to 13 years – First Place Trophy                  Junior Fair Building, located adjacent to Gate #5
           Second & Third Place Ribbons                        off the Bagley Road Entrance, either Friday, Aug. 7
 Age 14 to 19 years – Suitable prizes will be awarded          from 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., or Saturday, Aug. 8
      Topic will be announced at contest time.                 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. - NO ENTRIES
             Materials will be provided.                       ACCEPTED ON SUNDAY except Culinary
            All writing will be done in the                    from 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
                   Junior Fair Bldg.                         • Judging will be on Sunday preceding the Fair and is
                                                               closed to the public. Decision of the judges is final.
                                                             • The Junior Fair Board does not assume responsibility
 Use the Junior Fair Creative Writing Entry Form               for lost, stolen or broken objects.
                 for this contest.                           • All participants will be awarded a Participation
    See entry deadlines under General Rules.                   Ribbon. At the discretion of the judges, a special
                                                               Award of Excellence rosette and cash award may be


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JUNIOR FAIR – General Rules (continued)                        JUNIOR FAIR – 4-H Auction

                                                               For more information on participation in Junior Fair,
  awarded to any entry considered exceptional.                 including 4-H Horse Program, Dog Program, and
• Exhibits must remain in place until the end of the           Animal Science Program activities, visit our website at:
  Fair or released by the Fair Management. Any
  exhibit not in place for the full term SHALL                     http://cuyahoga.osu.edu/4h/2009fairinfo.html
  FORFEIT any premium and/or award. Special                    For information on other departments at the fair with
  consideration to the above rule can only be given            activities and contests open to youth participation (such
  when a written request is submitted in advance of
                                                               as Classic Pony and Horse Show, Home and Hobby,
  the time of the entry.
                                                               Youth Garden Displays) see information in other
  • ALL EXHIBITS ARE TO BE THE WORK OF                         sections of this book related to those departments.
    THE ENTRANT, NO GROUP PROJECTS
    SHOWN. EXHIBITS SHOULD HAVE BEEN
    DEVELOPED/PRODUCED BETWEEN                                  ITEMS ENTERED INTO “OPEN CLASS”
    SEPTEMBER OF THE PRECEDING YEAR                             CATEGORIES CANNOT BE COUNTED AS
    AND AUGUST OF THE CURRENT YEAR.                             ENTRIES IN 4-H PROJECT CLASSES;
                                                                DIFFERENT ITEMS MUST BE SUBMITTED
• Exhibits are subject to examination by a competent            FOR EACH DIVISION ENTRY.
  committee of three Fair Board personnel to determine
  fitness for family exhibition purposes. Entries found
  to be unfit for any reason will be declared ineligible
  and not shown. The judges retain the right to refuse a               CUYAHOGA COUNTY
  premium award to any class or department. Judges                4-H ANIMAL SCIENCE AUCTION
  are permitted to move an entry to another class if
  deemed necessary for the good of the exhibitor.              Selling the County’s Best 4-H Market Project Animals
• Every precaution will be taken to protect animals,           Steers - Lambs - Hogs - Rabbits - Chickens - Turkeys
  exhibits, exhibitors and the general public from                       Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
  loss or injury. Fair Management will not be held
  responsible.                                                     Saturday, August 15, 2009, 7:00 p.m.
• Any exhibit not removed from the Junior Fair Building        The Auction will be held in the Cow Palace, located
  by 2:30 p.m. on Monday the day after the Fair will be
  taken to the Fair Office and held for thirty days.           just inside Gate #5 on the Cuyahoga County Fair-
                                                               grounds. Plan to attend and support the 4-H club
• All exhibits and contests are subject to additional          members. These young people are the future leaders of
  rules and requirements printed in each class.
                                                               our community.
• Questions? Please contact the Director of the
  Department, Holly Everhart at (440) 239-0081 or              The animals to be sold have been fed and prepared for
  ccfjrfair@yahoo.com.                                         sale by 4-H club members. Their parents have been
                                                               your patrons for many years, and now you can show
                                                               your appreciation for their patronage by supporting the
     4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT                                     auction. Plan to purchase this quality livestock either
                                                               for resale or processing at the locker plant of your
  Ohio State University Extension                              choice. The good will and advertising you create will
        Cuyahoga County                                        benefit you and the 4-H members.
       9127 Miles Avenue                                       This is a “partial terminal” sale. Grand champion and
   Cleveland, OH 44105-6136                                    reserve champion steers, lambs and hogs purchased are
         (216) 429-8200                                        to go directly for processing as meat animals (per Ohio
     The Ohio State University, The United States              Department of Agriculture regulations). Most of the
       Department of Agriculture, and County                   remaining animals sold are also processed for meat as
            Commissioners Cooperating                          well. Any animal purchased and
                                                               donated back to a 4-H mem-
   4-H is a community of young people across America           bers is not eligible to be
  who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.   shown by the exhibitor or
                                                               any other 4-H member in
OSU Extension embraces human diversity and is
                                                               any county, independent,
committed to ensuring that all educational programs            or state fair outside of
conducted by Ohio State University Extension are               Cuyahoga County.
available to clientele on a nondiscriminatory basis
without regard to race, color, age, gender identity or         Terms: Cash or check
expression, disability, religion, sexual orientation,          with proper identification
national origin, or veteran status.                            the day of the auction.
                                                               And a special thanks to
Keith L. Smith, Associate Vice President for                   the Cuyahoga County
Agricultural Administration and Director, OSU                  Farm Bureau for their
Extension TDD No. 800-589-8292 (Ohio only) or                  support of all our 4-H
614-292-1868.                                                  Market Project participants.


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JUNIOR FAIR – 4-H Auction (continued)                                              JUNIOR FAIR - (continued)


      4-H and the Cuyahoga County Fair
                                                                                           LAKE ERIE
      Board wish to THANK the following                                                   GIRL SCOUT
      2008 Junior Fair Livestock Buyers:                                                   COUNCIL
 Tutoring Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Broadview Heights                     Serving Girls in
 Neil Wilds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cleveland
                                                                                     Lake, Geauga & Cuyahoga
 Tom Sabrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Strongsville
 Cossel Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .North Royalton                       County
 Lee Newberg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Broadview Heights
 Dale Sherman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Valley City           19201 Villaview Drive • Cleveland, Ohio 44119
 H & D Steel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .North Royalton
                                                                                                  Telephone: 216-481-1213
                                                                                           For more information visit our website
 Mike Meglich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Olmsted Falls
                                                                                           http://councilweb.girlscouts.org/gslec.
 CBIZ, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cleveland
 Carl Kannenberg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .North Royalton
 NRoyalton Animal Hospital . . . . . . . . . . .North Royalton
 Bruce & Jaime Kucharski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bath
 Cuyahoga Tractor Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . .North Royalton
 George Waldock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sandusky
 Dave O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Berea
 Music Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Strongsville
 Evergreen Farm Oxen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chardon
 Tom & Ginger O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bay Village
                                                                                                   BOY SCOUTS
 Ron Jelinek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Garfield Heights                         OF AMERICA
 Linda Macek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .North Royalton                       Greater Cleveland Council
 Robert Ellison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Parma
 Shawn Irish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Newburgh Heights                2241 Woodland Avenue • Cleveland, Ohio 44115
 Beth Durda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brecksville                  Telephone: 216-861-6060
 Selene Szczepanek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Westlake
 Noetzel Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Parma       For more information, please contact the Greater
 Joe Porach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Parma   Cleveland Council at www.gccbsa.org.
 Gallagher Expert Auto Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cleveland
 Anna Burgess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brunswick
 Irene Durda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Parma Heights
 John Stack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .North Royalton                     CIVIL AIR PATROL CADETS
 Holstein Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hinckley                       Parma Cadet Squadron
 Knapp Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wellington
 Bonnett Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bay Village                       meets at Lake Erie VFW Post 1974
 Mattes Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .North Royalton                             4305 Woodrow Avenue, Parma
 Andy Eckel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bay Village
 Linda Larsen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Strongsville       For more information on activities of Civil Air Patrol
 Paul Mathis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Parma          Cadets in this area, visit the web site at
 Kelly Kuna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Independence                      www.gocivilairpatrol.com
 Gail Royak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brook Park            To find a squadron near your home visit
                                                                                                http://cap.findlocation.com/

              CAMPING AVAILABLE
               DURING FAIR WEEK                                                          FARM BUREAU MUSEUM
                                                                                        AND PEDAL TRACTOR PULL
Youth groups are welcome to camp on-site during Fair
Week, sites available upon request. For more informa-                              Visit the displays of agricultural products and imple-
tion please contact Holly Everhart at (440) 239-0081.                              ments from days gone by in the Cuyahoga County Farm
                                                                                   Bureau Museum located in the east wing of the Sheep
                                                                                   Barn. The Farm Bureau also sponsors the popular youth
         Individual scout units are encouraged                                     “pedal tractor pull” on Tuesday. Entry information is
         to participate in activities at the fair –                                located later in this section. The Cuyahoga County
     for more information contact Holly Everhart                                   Agricultural Preservation Association will have a display
                   at (440) 239-0081.                                              and demonstration of restored tractors and farm
                                                                                   machinery at the Picnic Pavilion.


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JUNIOR FAIR - (continued)                                   JUNIOR FAIR - (continued)

   OPEN CLASS HORTICULTURE                                                  OPEN CLASS
Note: Rules and requirements at the beginning of                          ARTS AND CRAFTS
      Junior Fair section.
                                                                 Review rules and requirements at beginning
                                                                           of Junior Fair section.
                       Section 1
BEGINNERS                                                   Additional rules and requirements as follows:
Age under 7 years as of January 1 of current year.          • ALL ART MATERIALS, POSTERS AND PHOTO-
                                                              GRAPHS MUST BE MATTED OR MOUNTED
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
                                                              ON A FIRM BACKING AND READY TO HANG.
Class                                                         NO GLASS PERMITTED. WIRES, CORDS, OR
100 Garden Flower Specimen; 3 blooms same variety in          HANGERS MUST BE ATTACHED SECURELY.
    clear glass container.
                                                            • Maximum overall dimension of any painting/picture
101 Seed Mosaic. Picture made with seeds, all natural no      shall not exceed 18" x 21" x 18", including matt.
    coloring
                                                            • Valuable items should be boxed under glass/plastic.
102 Caricature: Fruit and/or vegetable. All natural
    materials. No soft/leafy vegetables. Fruit: only        • Limit of one entry per class per child.
    oranges and apples.                                     • No names on the front of any project.
103 Garden Specimen: Flower or Vegetable. One per           • No craft or art project shall exceed 18" x 21" x 18".
    exhibit.
104 Houseplant: Growing in container for at least three                             Section 4
    months.
                                                            BEGINNERS
                                                            Through 7 years of age and younger; as of January 1 of this year.
                       Section 2                            Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
                                                            Class
JUNIORS                                                     401. Painting, any medium
Ages 8-13 as of January 1 of current year.                  402. Drawing, any medium - no paint
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00             403. Print Making, any medium
Class                                                       404. Paper Craft / Scrapbook Page
205 Seed Mosaic - Picture made with seeds, all natural no   405. Sculpture, any medium
    coloring                                                406. Ceramics, fired
                                                            407. Mask Making, any medium
206 Garden flower Specimens: 3 blooms same variety in       408. Duct Tape Creation, 90% duct tape
    clear glass container                                   409. Recycled Art, 90% of recycled materials
207 Garden Vegetable Specimen*                              410. Holiday Craft
208 Caricature: Fruit and/or vegetable. All natural         411. Weaving/Braiding
                                                            412. Wooden Stick Art
    materials. No soft/leafy vegetables. Fruit: only
                                                            413. Jewelry, any medium
    oranges & apples.                                       414. Needlecraft
209 Hanging basket: Grown in container for at least two     415. Any craft other than above
    months. Indoor/outdoor specimen
                                                                                    Section 5
                       Section 3                            JUNIORS
                                                            8 years of age thru 13 years old; as of January 1 of this year.
SENIORS
                                                            Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Ages 14-19 as of January 1 of current year.
                                                            Class
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00             501. Painting, any medium
Class                                                       502. Drawing, any medium - no paint
310 Garden Flower Specimens: 3 blooms same variety in       503. Print Making, any medium
    clear glass container                                   504. Paper Craft / Scrapbook Page
311 Garden Vegetable Specimens*                             505. Sculpture, any medium
                                                            506. Ceramics, fired
312 Caricature: Fruit and/or vegetable. All natural         507. Mask Making, any medium
    materials. No soft/leafy vegetables. Fruit: only        508. Duct Tape Creation, 90% duct tape
    oranges & apples.                                       509. Jewelry, any medium
313 Fairy Garden – Must contain miniature live plants       510. Holiday Craft
    and decorative figures                                  511. Weaving/Braiding
                                                            512. Needlecraft
*Vegetable Specimens - small 3 same variety,
                                                            513. Photography, any process
                        large - 1 per plate                 514. Computer Assisted Graphics
                                                            515. Woodworking
                                                            516. Any craft other than above



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JUNIOR FAIR - (continued)                                          JUNIOR FAIR - (continued)

                                                                   COOKIES
                        Section 6                                  Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
                                                                   Class
SENIORS                                                            307. Bar (6 per plate)
14 years of age thru 19 years old; as of January 1 of this year.   308. Dropped (6 per plate)
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                    309. Rolled (6 per plate)
Class                                                              310. Molded, by hand (6 per plate)
601. Painting, any medium                                          311. Any other type (6 per plate)
602. Drawing, any medium - no paint                                312. Chocolate Chip (6 per plate)
603. Print Making, any medium                                      CANDY
604. Paper Craft / Scrapbook Page                                  Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
                                                                   Class
605. Sculpture, any medium                                         313. Fudge (6 pieces per plate)
606. Ceramics, fired                                               314. Any other type (6 pieces per plate)
607. Mask Making, any medium                                       SWEET TREAT
608. Photography, any process                                      Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
609. Computer Assisted Graphics                                    Class
610. Woodworking                                                   315. Candy/NO COOK RECIPE (6 per plate)
611. Needlecraft                                                   316. Cookie: NO BAKE RECIPE (6 per plate)
612. Recycled Art, 90% of recycled materials                       BROWNIES
613. Duct Tape Creation, 90% duct tape                             Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
614. Holiday Craft                                                 Class
615. Jewelry, any medium                                           317. Brownies without nuts (6 per plate)
616. Weaving/Braiding
617. Any craft other than above
                                                                      OPEN CLASS — SEWING &
                        Section 7                                      DECORATED GARMENTS
SPECIAL NEEDS                                                           Review rules and requirements at beginning
Challenged persons – No age grouping/limit                                        of Junior Fair section.
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
Class                                                              Additional rules as follows:
700. Painting/Drawing, any medium                                  • Open to all youth through 19 years of age as of
701. Sculpture, any medium                                           January 1 of current year.
702. Any craft other than the above                                • This category includes both clothing made by the
                                                                     entrant, and purchased garment items which are then
                                                                     tie-dyed, embroidered, appliquéd, or otherwise
         Section 300                                                 embellished by the person entering the item.
                                                                   • All garments are to be displayed on hangers and can
                                                                     be covered with a clear plastic sleeve.
   OPEN CLASS — CULINARY                                           • A special Award of Excellence can be given at the
     Review rules and requirements at beginning                      discretion of the judges.
                   of Junior Fair section.                         • All needlecraft items not shown as a garment are to
                                                                     be exhibited in Open Class Art and Crafts.
Additional rules as follows:                                       • Any garment entered in open class MAY NOT be
• Open to youth through 19 years of age as of January                removed from the display for use in any other exhibition.
  1 of this year. No age divisions.                                • No more than one entry per class by same participant.
• All entries will be placed in a container at time of drop
  off, Sunday before Fair from 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
• All exhibits MUST be able to withstand summer
                                                                                        Section 400
  temperatures.                                                    BEGINNERS
• Copy of recipe must be attached (except Class 300).              Ages through Age 7 as of January 1 of current year
• One entry per class.                                             Class            Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00
                                                                   401. Any garment
CAKES                                                              402. Any item other than garment
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
                                                                   403. Decorated Tee/Sweat Shirt
Class
300. Cake, Iced (decorated form acceptable)
301. Decorated Cake (cake form acceptable)                                              Section 430
302. Cupcakes, Iced (6 per plate)                                  JUNIORS
BREADS, QUICK                                                      Ages 8-13 as of January 1 of current year
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                    Class             Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00
Class                                                              430. Lounge or sleepwear
303. Loaf, (1/2 of loaf)
304. Muffins, (6 per plate)                                        431. Sportswear
BREADS, YEAST                                                      432. Dress, any length
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00                    433. Any other garment
Class                                                              434. Quilts
305. Loaf, (1/2 of loaf)                                           435. Decorated Tee/Sweat Shirt
306. Sweet rolls (3 per plate)                                     436. Item other than garment


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JUNIOR FAIR - Sewing (continued)                                     JUNIOR FAIR - Science - Engineering (continued)
                                                                     INTERLOCKING BUILDING
                     Section 460                                     BLOCK TOURNAMENT
SENIORS
Ages 14-19 as of January 1 of current year                           Our plastic, interlocking BUILDING BLOCK TOUR-
Class             Premiums: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00    NAMENT provides children and teens with a stimulation
461. Lounge or sleepwear                                             learning experience by hands-on exploration of basic
462. Sportswear                                                      physical science principles in art, engineering and archi-
463. Dress, any length                                               tecture.
464. Blazer or jacket                                                         Tuesday of Fair Week at 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
465. Decorated Tee/Sweat Shirt                                                          Junior Fair Building
466. Any other garment
468. Item other than garment                                          Open to all youth 8-19 years of age as of Jan. 1 of this year
469. Quilts                                                                *CLASS 550 (8-13) *CLASS 551 (14-19)
                                                                                    *Limit 10 Entries Per Class
                                                                               See entry deadline under General Rules
             Section 500                                             RULES AND REGULATIONS
                                                                     Building blocks will be provided (Lego brand or equiva-
             OPEN CLASS                                              lent). The 15" x 20" base will also be provided by fair
                                                                     officials. ENTRY IS TO BE A BUILDING/STRUCTURE
        SCIENCE - ENGINEERING                                        OF ORIGINAL DESIGN, NO KITS, PREFAB UNITS
      Review rules and requirements at beginning                     OR MODELS PERMITTED. All construction to be done
                   of Junior Fair section.                           during the allotted time. ALL ENTRIES will be placed on
 Additional entry rules as follows:                                  display and ribbons released as per the regular Junior Fair
• No age divisions. Open to youth through 19 years of                schedule. Use the Junior Fair Entry form or facsimile.
  age as of January 1 of this year. Except where noted.                    1st Place Award:                 $8.00 and Rosette
  One entry per class.                                                     2nd Place Award:                   6.00 and Rosette
• Displays/Models are to be securely mounted on a                          3rd Place Award:                   4.00 and Rosette
  firm base and limited to a maximum of 15" x 20"                          Honorable Mention Award:           2.00 and Ribbon
  of table area unless noted on entry form AND
  approved in advance by Superintendents of the
  Junior Fair Department.
• Collections are groups of items on a particular                                Section 700
  subject arranged in a specific order and correctly iden-
  tified. All collections MUST follow the rules below.                          JUNIOR FAIR
  • Should not have been previously entered in the
     Junior Fair.                                                          BAKE-OFF AND AUCTION
  • The collection must be a minimum of 10 specimens
     and mounted or boxed in a secure manner. NO                                      Friday of Fair Week
     loose items.                                                                Entry Forms must be submitted
  • Each specimen must be labeled with the name,                             See entry deadline under General Rules
     county, state or country of origin, if applicable.                            No repeat winning recipes
  • Collections will be judged on the basis of neatness
     and correctness of information.                                 Review Rules and Requirements at the beginning of Jr.
  • Collections of bird/animal nests, eggs, feathers, or             Fair section. Pre entered bake-off products will be
    pelts/skins will NOT be accepted for display or judging.         accepted until 6:00 p.m. in the Junior Fair Building.
COLLECTIONS (only one entry per class)                               Look up your favorite dessert recipe! Prepare the
Class            Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00     specialty that has already won the praises of your
501. Leaves/plants, labeled                                          family and the envy of your friends!
502. Rocks/minerals, labeled                                         YOUTH ENTRANTS can win a ribbon and a cash
503. Any other nature collection                                     prize & other awards …
POSTER, ANY MEDIA                                                     lst Place $20.00 • 2nd Place $l5.00 • 3rd Place $l0.00
Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
504. Poster; Science or Engineering Theme - 11"x17"                  CONTEST RULES
DISPLAYS/MODELS,                                                     • Use the regular Junior Fair Entry form in this book.
three dimensional (Note Rules & Size above)                            See entry deadline under General Rules.
Class              Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00   • Entrants can be a participant/exhibitor in the Junior
506. Terrestrial                                                       Fair Department of the Cuyahoga County Fair, or
507. Scientific                                                        any adult interested in supporting the Junior Fair.
508. Transportation, any vehicle                                       Adult entrants are not eligible for premiums or
509. Lego up to 36" x 36"                                              ribbons.
510. K-NEX up to 36" x 36"


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JUNIOR FAIR - Bake-Off & Auction (continued)                  JUNIOR FAIR (continued)

• Class No. 701 – Junior Division: Age 8 - 13 as of                   LITTLE MISS & MISTER
  January 1 of current year                                    CUYAHOGA COUNTY FAIR FUN PAGEANT
  Class No. 702 – Senior Division: Age 14 - 19 as of
  January 1 of current year                                                   Tuesday - 2:00 p.m.
  Class No. 703 – Friends of Junior Fair Division:                 Ages 2 to 4 years old • Ages 5 to 7 years old
  Ages 20 & up                                                                 Ages 8 to 10 years old
                                                              A great way to showcase that little “star” of yours and
• Cookies, muffins, rolls, cupcakes must be “Baker’s          have fun doing it. All contestants will be judged on
  Dozen.”                                                     charm, pose and presence reflected in a short, informal
• Two copies of the recipe MUST accompany the                 interview on our International Pavilion Stage.
  product on Friday of the Fair.                              Contestants in the 8-10 year old division are required to
• Entries requiring refrigeration cannot be accepted.         give a 2-minute talent presentation. The M.C. will use
                                                              information supplied on entry form. A sash will be
• Please use disposable plates or pans.                       awarded to the first place winners in each age division.
• All entries become the property of the Junior Fair          Participation ribbons will be given to all entrants.
  and WILL be auctioned at the Junior Fair Bake-Off           ENTRY RULES
  Auction immediately following judging.                      • Contestants must be within the age groups as of
• Junior Fair Officials have the right to disqualify any        August 1 of this year.
  entry that appears to be commercially produced.             • To enter, contestants must have a Little Miss/Mister
• All contestants are encouraged to help display their          Cuyahoga County Fair Entry Form completed by a
  entries at the Junior Fair Bake-Off Auction.                  parent/guardian. The entry form is found at the end of
                                                                this section. This form may be photocopied.
• AUCTION BEGINS AT THE CLOSE OF JUDGING.
                                                              • See entry deadline under General Rules.
                                                              • On the day of the Fun Pageant, contestants are
                                                                required to check in at the International Pavilion locat-
                                                                ed across from Gate #2 by 1:00 p.m.
             Section 800                                      • Decision of the judges is final.
                                                              • A First Place winner, from any previous year, is NOT
          CREATE YOUR OWN                                       eligible to compete within the same age grouping.
            SCARECROW                                            QUESTIONS? Please call     Sheree Stephan,
                     2009 Theme:                                     Pageant Coordinator, (216) 447-1388
          Medieval Characters
                    Class No. 801
                                                                                 JUNIOR FAIR
Create your own Scarecrow made entirely from RE-
                                                                 MISTER AND MISS CONTEST
CYCLABLE MATERIALS. Entries must depict current                                     2008 MISS
Junior Fair theme above. Must be free standing and                       Miss Danielle Bonness
mounted securely onto a base. Entries which fall apart                          ENTRY RULES
will be removed from exhibition. Judges will select the       1. Applicants must be between the ages of 11 and 14 as
semi-finalists. General public will cast their ballots for        of January 1 of current year.
their favorite Scarecrow during the week. Entries will also   2. Applicants must be a member in good standing of a
be judged by a team of pre-selected judges. Winners will          youth organization participating in the Junior Fair
be announced on Saturday evening of Fair Week.                    activities or an active member of the Junior Fair
                                                                  Board of Cuyahoga County.
Use the standard JUNIOR FAIR ENTRY FORM for this              3. Each applicant must complete the Junior Fair Mister
class in this book. See IMPORTANT DATES pages in                  and Miss Contest entry form found in this section of
this section for entry times.                                     the book or a facsimile. Advisor/Sponsor must sign
First Place Award – $10.00 and Rosette (Judge’s Decision)         the entry form to verify applicant’s eligibility. See
                                                                  entry deadline under General Rules.
                       Rosette (Public Decision)
                                                              A one-page typed essay explaining your involvement in
Second Place Award – $8.00 and Rosette (Judge’s Decision)     school, the Cuyahoga County Fair and other community
                          Rosette (Public Decision)           activities must accompany the form.
Third Place Award – $5.00 and Rosette (Judge’s Decision)      Applicants will be interviewed by a panel of judges
                        Rosette (Public Decision)             and/or fair officials on Tuesday of Fair Week at 2:00
                                                              p.m. Winners will be announced at 6:00 p.m. Please note
        Size Requirements: 2' to 4' in height with            that a conservative dress code is recommended.
                           a base no more than 36"
                                                              The winning boy and girl will each receive a specially
MUST INCLUDE SOLID FREE STANDING DESCRIPTION                  engraved medallion. Participation ribbons will be award-
                                                              ed to each contestant.
       All monies collected will be donated to charity.       Former winners are not eligible to enter.


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JUNIOR FAIR (continued)                                                   JUNIOR FAIR (continued)

          2009 YOUNG
      AMBASSADORS CONTEST
                2008 Young Ambassadors
           Michelle Heinz & Joe Todaro
 1. Applicants must be between the ages of 15 and 19 as of
    January 1 of current year.
 2. Applicants must be a member in good standing of a youth
    organization participating in the Junior Fair activities or an
    active member of the Junior Fair Board of Cuyahoga County.
 3. Each applicant must complete the Junior Fair Young
    Ambassadors contest entry form.
 4. A one-page typed essay explaining your involvement in
    school, the Cuyahoga County Fair and other community
    activities must accompany the form.
 5. Applicants must perform at least six hours of service
    involvement with the Junior Fair Committee, including
    meetings, sub-Committee tasks, and work sessions to be
    eligible. This must be verified by a Director or
    Superintendent before submitting the application.
 6. The Junior Fair Young Ambassadors are required to assist in
    many activities and award presentations during the Fair
    week. Any winner of the Young Ambassadors contest who is
    declared to be unavailable to perform such duties will forfeit
    their title and the runner-up will be crowned (special consid-
    erations will be made for conflicting Fair related activities).
 7. Unless otherwise notified, all applicants should report to
    the Junior Fair Bldg. on the Fairgrounds on Monday of
    Fair week at 4:30 p.m. for their personal interview.
 8. All applicants and winners will be introduced to the public
    on Monday of Fair week at approximately 7:30 p.m.
 9. At the conclusion of Fair week (and if all duties have been
    met) a cash award of $50 will be given to each winner.
10. Former winners are not eligible to enter.
   (Contest limited to 14 applicants – 7 females and 7 males)

     For information on other Departments at the Fair with activities and contests open to youth participation
                (such as Classic Pony and Horse Show, Home and Hobby, Youth Garden Displays)
                    see information in other sections of this book related to those Departments.


                    LITTLE MISS & MISTER CUYAHOGA COUNTY FAIR
                                                      ENTRY FORM
                                                     Tuesday • 2:00 p.m.
   Name                                                                                Telephone
   Address                                                                             City                             Zip
   Date of Birth                                                      Age                        Male      Female
   Age Category (as of August 1 of this year, check one)               2-4 years old      5-7 years old     8-10 years old


   Signature                                                                                          Parent/Guardian (Must be signed)
   CHILD’S PROFILE:
   Nickname:                                       School (if any)                            Playmates/Pets
   Special Interests:
   Talent (8-10 year olds):
                                     Return this entry form to: Cuyahoga County Junior Fair
                               P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017 • Entries close July 30, 2008


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JUNIOR FAIR (continued)                                  JUNIOR FAIR (continued)


           JUNIOR FAIR                                            JUNIOR FAIR
        CREATE YOUR OWN                                    MISTER AND MISS CONTEST
       SCARECROW Class 801
   2009 Theme: Medieval Characters
                                                                    ENTRY FORM
              ENTRY FORM                                  Name

  Name                                            Age     Phone                               Male         Female

  Address                                                 Address

  City                                  Zip               City                                      Zip

  Date of Birth                                           Date of Birth

  Telephone                                               Youth Organization


                                                                    Advisor/Sponsor’s Signature Required
  Signature
               Parent/Guardian (Must be signed)           Phone
                Return this entry form to:                              Return this entry form to:
             Cuyahoga County Junior Fair                             Cuyahoga County Junior Fair
           P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017                       P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017
               Entries close July 30, 2009                            Entries close July 30, 2009


  THESE FORMS MAY BE PHOTOCOPIED


       JUNIOR FAIR CREATIVE                                       JUNIOR FAIR
         WRITING CONTEST                                      YOUNG AMBASSADORS
             ENTRY FORM                                             CONTEST
                                                                    ENTRY FORM
Name
Address                                                   Name
City                                              Zip     Phone                               Male         Female
Date of Birth                                             Address
Phone                                                     City                                      Zip
                      Age Category
                                                          Date of Birth
         (as of January 1 of this year, check one)
                                                          Youth Organization
         8 - 13 years old            14 - 19 years old

 Signature                                                          Advisor/Sponsor’s Signature Required
               Parent/Guardian (Must be signed)
                                                          Phone
                Return this entry form to:                              Return this entry form to:
            Cuyahoga County Junior Fair                             Cuyahoga County Junior Fair
          P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017                        P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017
              Entries close July 30, 2009                             Entries close July 30, 2009



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                                                                                                                (B) The rapid whole blood test shall not be used to test turkeys for compliance with the requirements of
            2009 SEASON/                                                                                            paragraphs (A)(2), (A)(3) and (A)(4) of this rule.
                                                                                                                (C) Waterfowl, doves and pigeons are exempt from this rule.
       OHIO’S LIVESTOCK HEALTH                                                                                  901:1-18-06 Cattle
          EXHIBITION RULES                                                                                      (A) Cattle moved within Ohio for exhibition:
                                                                                                                    (1) The animals presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or con-
901:1-18-01 Chapter’s Application                                                                                       tagious disease.
(A) Animals listed in this chapter when moved or imported into Ohio for exhibition purposes only shall          (B) All cattle imported into Ohio for exhibition must:
    comply with the requirements of this chapter and when in compliance with the provisions of this                 (1) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding the
    chapter shall, with the exception of rules governing movement and importation of quarantined                        opening date of the exhibition;
    animals, be exempt from any other rules governing movement within or importation into Ohio.                     (2) Originate from a tuberculosis-accredited free herd, an accredited free state or zone, or a modified
(B) Animals moved within or imported into Ohio for any purpose in addition to exhibition shall meet all                 accredited advanced state or zone;
    movement and import requirements of Chapter 901:1-17 of the Administrative Code.                                (3) If originate from a modified accredited state or zone must comply with Rule 901:1-17-03 of the
                                                                                                                        Administrative Code;
901:1-18-02 Definitions
                                                                                                                    (4) If originate from an accreditation preparatory or a non-accredited state or zone are prohibited
As used in this chapter:                                                                                                from exhibition;
(A) “Exhibition” means any public show of animals which is sponsored by or under the control of an Ohio             (5) If from a brucellosis class A state or area/zone must be negative to an official brucellosis test within
     county or independent agricultural society organized under Chapter 1711. of the revised code; or the               thirty days of the opening date of the exhibition unless: they are under six months of age, steers,
     Ohio state fair; or which is assembled for a period which exceeds thirty-six hours or contains animals             or official vaccinates under twenty months of age (dairy) or twenty-four months of age (beef); and
     of origins other than Ohio.
                                                                                                                    (6) If from a brucellosis class B or C state or area/zone must meet all requirements for pre-entry test-
(B) “Certificate of veterinary inspection” means a form from the state of origin which has been issued and              ing as specified in 9 C.F.R. 78.9 and obtain an Ohio permit prior to movement.
     completed by a licensed and accredited veterinarian attesting to the health status and identification of
     an animal listed thereon.                                                                                  (C) Cattle from a brucellosis certified free herd or class free state or area/zone are not required to be
                                                                                                                    brucellosis tested.
(C) “Approved veterinarian” means any licensed and accredited veterinarian approved by the Ohio depart-
     ment of agriculture, or an employee of the Ohio department of agriculture or the United States             901:1-18-07 Goats
     department of agriculture, animal plant health inspection service, veterinary services.
                                                                                                                (A) Goats moved within Ohio for exhibition:
(D) “Licensed and accredited veterinarian” means a person who is licensed by the state of Ohio to prac-
     tice veterinary medicine and who is certified by the United States department of agriculture, animal            (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or
     plant health inspection service, veterinary services, to be an accredited veterinarian.                             contagious disease.
(E) “Residue” means any poisonous or deleterious pesticide governed by 40 C.F.R. 180, any poisonous or               (2) All sexually intact animals and any whether eighteen months of age and older must be identified
     deleterious substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 109.6, or any other substance governed by 21 C.F.R. 556.                with an official identification as defined in rule 901:1-13-04 of the Ohio Administrative Code.
(F) “Contagious or infectious disease” means any disease, including any foreign animal disease, or vector,      (B) Goats imported into Ohio for exhibition:
     capable of transmission by any means from a carrier animal to a human or to another animal and                  (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding
     includes dangerously contagious or infectious diseases.                                                             the opening date of the exhibition;
(G) “Tuberculosis accredited free herd” is one that has passed at least two consecutive annual negative              (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or
     official tests for tuberculosis in accordance with the “Uniform Methods and Rules – Bovine                          contagious disease; and
     Tuberculosis Eradication”, and has no other evidence of bovine tuberculosis.                                    (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the following statement written on the certificate
                                                                                                                         of veterinary inspection “the goats in this shipment are not known to be under any movement
901:1-18-03 Exhibitions: sanitation, inspection and records                                                              restrictions because of scrapie.”
(A) Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall have in attendance an approved veterinarian for the dur-              (4) Originate from a tuberculosis accredited free herd as defined in rule 901-18-02 (G) of the
    ation of the exhibit.                                                                                                Administrative Code for bovine tuberculosis eradication; or
(B) Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall:                                                                      (5) Originate from a bovine accredited free state or zone, or a bovine modified accredited advanced
    (1) Immediately, prior to an exhibition and under the direction of the approved veterinarian, thorough-              state or zone; or
         ly clean and disinfect each building, pen, stall, ring or other enclosure in which animals are to be        (6) Originate from a bovine modified accredited state or zone must comply with Rule 901:1-17-06 of
         quartered for exhibition;                                                                                       the Administrative Code.
    (2) Have the approved veterinarian:                                                                         (C ) If originate from a bovine accreditation preparatory or a bovine non-accredited state or zone are
         (a) Examine the certificate of veterinary inspection when required for an animal brought to the             prohibited from exhibition.
               exhibition;
         (b) Inspect within a reasonable time of arrival each animal brought to the exhibit for symptoms        901:1-18-08 Horses, Mules and Ponies
               of any infectious or contagious diseases;                                                        (A) Horses, mules and ponies moved within Ohio for exhibition:
         (c) Daily inspect each animal present at the exhibition for symptoms of infectious or contagious           (1) If not under quarantine and if they are free of any signs of a contagious or infectious disease; and
               disease.                                                                                             (2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older, the exhibition manager may require that the animal
    (3) Maintain a record for one year from the date of the exhibition of each animal present at the                    has been tested and classed negative to an official test for equine infectious anemia within twelve
         exhibit. The record shall contain the name and address of the owner of each animal and the                     months of the opening date of the exhibition.
         species and breed of the animal.                                                                       (B) Horses, mules and ponies imported into Ohio for exhibition:
    (4) May order the immediate removal of any animal which in the opinion of the approved veterinarian             (1) Shall be accompanied by an official certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days
         places other animals at unacceptable risk of disease.                                                          of the opening date of the exhibition or obtain a permit for extended time granted by the chief
(C) An exemption from the requirements of paragraph (B)(1) of this rule may be requested from the                       of the division of animal industry as authorized in paragraph (C) of rule 901:1-17-01 of the
    department and will be granted when, in the judgment of the department, cleaning and disinfection                   Administrative Code; and
    will serve no purpose. By way of example only, cleaning and disinfection will generally serve no                (2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older, it shall be accompanied by evidence the animal was
    purpose in a newly constructed building that has never been occupied.                                               negative to an official test for equine infectious anemia within twelve months of the opening date
                                                                                                                        of the exhibition; and
901:1-18-04 Exhibitors                                                                                              (3) Upon request by an authorized representative of the Ohio department of agriculture, the person
(A) No person shall present for exhibition or exhibit an animal which he knows or has reason to suspect                 responsible for each animal must make available a chronological list of dates, places and events
    is affected with or has been exposed to a dangerously contagious or infectious disease or residue.                  attended by this animal within thirty days prior to entry into Ohio.
(B) The owner or bailee of an animal with symptoms of an infectious or contagious disease shall, when
    directed by an exhibition official, the approved veterinarian, or an employee of the Ohio department        901:18-09 Sheep
    of agriculture, immediately remove the animal from the exhibition premises.                                 (A) Sheep moved within Ohio for exhibition:
(C) Upon request, each person who presents for exhibition or exhibits an animal, shall make available any           (1) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or
    certificate of veterinary inspection, registration certificates, vaccination certificate, and other docu-           contagious disease.
    ments to exhibition officials, the approved veterinarian or an employee of the Ohio department of               (2) All sexually intact animals and any whether eighteen months of age and older must be identified
    agriculture.                                                                                                        with an official identification as defined in rule 901:1-13-04 of the Ohio Administrative Code.
(D) Each person who presents for exhibition or exhibits an animal for which a certificate of veterinary         (B) Sheep imported into Ohio for exhibition:
    inspection is required by rules 901:1-18-01 to 901:1-18-11 of the Administrative Code shall forward
    a copy of the certificate of veterinary inspection to the Ohio department of agriculture’s division of          (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding
    animal industry.                                                                                                    the opening date of the exhibition; and
                                                                                                                    (2) The animal presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or con-
901:1-18-05 Poultry and Fowl                                                                                            tagious disease; and
(A) All turkeys, chickens and gamebirds moved within or imported into Ohio for exhibition must:                     (3) The owner and the veterinarian must attest to the following statement written on the certificate
    (1) Originate directly from a flock or hatchery which is a participant in the national poultry improve-             of veterinary inspection “the sheep in this shipment are not known to be under any movement
        ment plan for the eradication of disease and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they                   restrictions because of scrapie.”
        meet the requirements of this paragraph; or
                                                                                                                901:1-18-10 Swine
    (2) Originate directly from a flock which has had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease
        within twelve months preceding the opening date of exhibition and be accompanied by documen-            (A) Swine moved within Ohio for exhibition:
        tary evidence that they meet the requirement of this paragraph; or                                          (1) At a terminal show must:
    (3) Have had a negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease, within ninety days, preceding the                   (a) Show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious or contagious disease; and
        opening date of the exhibition and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet the                    (b) Originate from a county which sixty days prior to the exhibition opening date had no
        requirement of this paragraph; or                                                                                   pseudorabies quarantined herds; and
    (4) Be tested for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease upon arrival at the exhibition by a tester approved by              (c) Have no breeding swine present and all swine removed are delivered for immediate slaughter or
        the Ohio department of agriculture and found negative.                                                              to a licensed livestock facility.


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LIVESTOCK HEALTH EXH. RULES (continued)                                                                        CATTLE – (continued)
        (d) Notwithstanding any other provisions of these rules, the manager or sponsor of the exhibition      3. A bring-in fee of $15.00 per head is paid to each
            may, prior to permitting the exhibition of any porcine animal at a terminal show require proof,
            for example a VS form 4-33, animal disease diagnostic laboratory submission form, or a                exhibitor showing cattle in open classes in addition
            certificate of veterinary inspection, the animal has been tested and classed “negative” to an
            official test for pseudorabies within forty-five days immediately preceding the opening date          to the premiums awarded.
            of the exhibition.                                                                                 4. A bring-in fee of $20.00 per head is paid to each
    (2) At all other shows, must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within           exhibitor not showing cattle in open classes but
        forty-five days preceding the exhibition opening date; and
        Must be negative to an official pseudorabies test within forty-five days of the exhibition opening        displaying cattle for exhibition purposes only. The
        date unless:                                                                                              exhibitor must notify the fairboard indicating the
        (a) They originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies qualified herd; or
        (b) Are suckling pigs accompanying a negative dam; or
                                                                                                                  number of cattle being brought in for exhibition
        (c) They originate from a pseudorabies vaccinated herd and meet the following conditions:                 purposes.
              (i) The herd has had a negative monitored test within twelve months, and                         5. Eligibility To Exhibit:
              (ii) The swine presented for show are negative to a pseudorabies differential test; or              A. Competition is open to all.
    (3) Will be exempt from the requirement of a certificate of veterinary inspection if they originate
        immediately and directly from a stage V area and show no symptoms or evidence of an infectious            B. The exhibitor must be the owner of the animals
        or contagious disease.                                                                                       he or she exhibits.
    (4) Are exempted by a written permit issued by the department.                                                C.Any animal over 6 months old and shown as a
(B) Swine imported into Ohio for exhibition:
    (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding
                                                                                                                     single entry in any class (exception is a cow-calf
        the exhibition opening date; and                                                                             or group class) must be registered with the
    (2) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty days of the exhibition opening date
        unless:
                                                                                                                     breed association. The registration papers may
        (a) They originate immediately and directly from a stage V area or from an area or country                   be required as proof of registration.
            recognized by United States department of agriculture, animal plant health inspection service,        D.Each animal must comply with the Inspection
            veterinary services as pseudorabies free; or
        (b) They originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies qualified herd and have not been
                                                                                                                     and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibit-
            previously exhibited this show season; or                                                                ed in Ohio as per the Ohio Department of
        (c) Are exempted by a written permit issued by the department.                                               Agriculture, available at the fairboard office.
(C) Swine moved within or imported into Ohio for racing shall:
    (1) Be separated at all times from any other swine on the exhibition grounds by the greatest distance
                                                                                                               6. Mail your Entry Form and make checks payable to
        reasonably possible; and                                                                                  Cuyahoga County Fair, P.O. Box 135, Berea, Ohio
    (2) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding the
        opening date of the exhibition; and
                                                                                                                  44017. The entry fee MUST accompany the entry
    (3) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test within thirty days of the exhibition opening date            form. Your exhibitors’ ticket will be mailed to you.
        unless:                                                                                                7. Animals must be in their stalls by 12:00 Noon on
        (a) They originate immediately and directly from a stage V area or from an area or country recog-
            nized by United States department of agriculture, animal plant health inspection service,
                                                                                                                  Monday, and may be received on Sunday. No
            veterinary services as pseudorabies free; or                                                          animal may be removed from the Fair before 6:00
        (b) They originate immediately and directly from a pseudorabies qualified herd and have not been
            previously exhibited this show season; or
                                                                                                                  p.m. Sunday, the last day of the Fair. Failure to
        (c) Are exempt by written permit issued by the department.                                                remain the complete week will result in the for-
    (4) Be exempt from the immediate slaughter requirement of paragraph (A)(c) of this rule.                      feiture of one-half the bring-in fee. Special arrange-
901:1-18-11 Llama                                                                                                 ments may be made by the Fairboard Director in
(A) Llama moved within Ohio for exhibition when presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or                 Charge or the Superintendent, to bring in or
    evidence of an infectious or contagious disease.                                                              remove cattle on a different schedule than above.
(B) Llama imported into Ohio for exhibition:
    (1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days preceding
                                                                                                               8. All animals must be in their stalls before 11:00
                                                                                                                  a.m. each day. All stalls and aisles MUST be




                                                                                                                                                                           DAIRY GOATS
        the exhibition opening date.
    (2) When presented for exhibition must show no symptoms or evidence of contagious disease.                    cleaned before 11:00 a.m. each day and kept




                                                                                                                                                                             CATTLE
                                                                                                                  clean throughout the day.
                                                                                                               9. The entry requirements of the Cuyahoga County
                                                                                                                  Fair and the Cow Palace must be adhered to and
                                  CATTLE                                                                          followed.
                                                                                                              10. No loud noise, especially radios, is allowed.
                            DEPARTMENT 10                                                                     11. Tampering and misrepresentation or any other
                                                                                                                  irregularity in exhibiting or showing will be
                                  CARL COOLEY                                                                     considered fraud and deception. Any exhibitor
                                                                                                                  whose animal gives evidence of fraud and
                                     Director
                                                                                                                  deception will be barred from competition.
                                                                                                              12. The Director in Charge reserves the right to have
                                 CATTLE                                                                           any animal removed from the barn or show ring if
                                                                                                                  the animal is unruly or unmanageable.
                               ENTRY RULES                                                                    13. The Director in Charge reserves the right to
          See Exhibitor Rules for entry deadline or                                                               interpret all rules and regulations governing the
                 until all stall space is filled.                                                                 show and to make such decisions as necessary for
  1. To exhibit, you must purchase an exhibitor ticket                                                            the successful conduct of the show. Such
     which includes 2 complimentary gate admissions.                                                              interpretations and decisions will be final.
     The exhibitor ticket allows entry in all open class                                                      14. Any rules not covered in this book will revert to the
     Divisions.                                                                                                   rules covered in the Ohio State Premium Book.
  2. The entry fee is 10% of the first place premium                                                          15. The decision of the judges is final.
     offered in each particular class. The entry fees are                                                     16. All livestock must be removed by 11:00 p.m. on
     non-refundable and non-transferrable.                                                                        final day of the Fair.


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CATTLE – (continued)                                           CATTLE – Beef Cattle Premiums (continued)

                                                               FEMALE CLASSES continued
         BEEF BREEDING                                         13. Summer yearling heifer —
                                                                        May 1 - July 31 of preceding year
            CATTLE                                             14. Spring yearling heifer —
                                                                        March 1 - April 30 of preceding year
              DEPARTMENT 10-A                                  15. Junior yearling heifer —
                                                                        January 1 - February 28 of preceding year
           Beef Cross Breeds           Section   1             16. Senior yearling heifer —
           Herefords                   Section   2                      August 1 - Dec. 31 of second preceding year
           Maine Anjou                 Section   3                 CHAMPION YEARLING HEIFER $15 and Ribbon
           Simmental                   Section   4                 RESERVE CHAMPION
                                                                        YEARLING HEIFER                    $10 and Ribbon
           Chianina                    Section   5             17. Female, 2 year old —
           Limousin                    Section   6                      August 1 of fourth preceding year —
           Angus                       Section   7                      July 31 of third preceding year
           Other Unlisted Breeds       Section   8             18. Aged female —
                                                                        Prior to July 31 of fourth preceding year
        OPEN CLASS BEEF CATTLE SHOW                                CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE                  $15 and Ribbon
              TUESDAY 5:00 p.m.                                    RESERVE CHAMPION
BEEF CATTLE PREMIUMS                                                    SENIOR FEMALE                      $10 and Ribbon
Classes 1 thru 8, 10 thru 18     $20     $15     $12   $10         GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE                   $25 and Rosette
Classes 9, 19 thru 24            $15     $12     $10   $ 8         All Senior, Junior and Calf Champion Females competing.
                                                                   RESERVE GRAND
MALE CLASSES                                                            CHAMPION FEMALE                    $15 and Rosette
All Bulls Older than the Calf Classes MUST Have A              19. Cow and calf-calf born after January 1 of this year
Nose Ring Or A Bull Lead                                       20. Pair of calves, both sexes represented – owned by
 1. Junior bull calf — January 1 - July 1 of this year             exhibitor.
 2. Winter bull calf —                                         21. Pair of yearlings, both sexes represented – owned by
         October 1 - December 31 of preceding year                 exhibitor.
 3. Senior bull calf —                                         22. Pair of females – owned by exhibitor.
         August 1 - September 30 of preceding year             23. Junior Get Of Sire — 3 animals Junior yearling or
    CHAMPION BULL CALF                       $15 and Ribbon        younger both sexes from same bull owned by
    RESERVE CHAMPION                                               exhibitor.
         BULL CALF                           $10 and Ribbon    24. Senior Get Of Sire – 4 animals, both sexes - sired by
 4. Summer yearling bull —                                         same bull, owned by exhibitor.
         May 1 - July 31 of preceding year                         SUPREME CHAMPION
 5. Spring yearling bull —                                              BEEF BREEDING                   $50.00 and Banner
         March 1 - April 30 of preceding year                      All Beef Grand Champion Bulls compete.
 6. Junior yearling bull —                                         SUPREME CHAMPION
         January 1 - February 28 of preceding year                 BEEF BREEDING - FEMALE $50.00 and Banner
    CHAMPION YEARLING BULL                   $15 and Ribbon        All Beef Grand Champion Females compete.
    RESERVE CHAMPION
        YEARLING BULL                        $10 and Ribbon
 7. Senior yearling bull —
         August 1 - Dec. 31 of second preceding year
 8. Bull, 2 year old —
                                                                                  BEEF
         March 1 - July 31 of second preceding year
    CHAMPION SENIOR BULL                     $15 and Ribbon
                                                                               Showmanship
                                                                                                                   All
    RESERVE CHAMPION                                           Class           1st     2nd     3rd    4th    5th Others
        SENIOR BULL                          $10 and Ribbon
    GRAND CHAMPION BULL                      $25 and Rosette   25 Ages 6-10 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00
    All Senior, Junior and Calf Champion Bulls competing.         Inclusive
    RESERVE GRAND                                              26 Ages 11-16 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00
         CHAMPION BULL                       $15 and Rosette      Inclusive
    Remaining Senior, Junior and Calf Champion Bulls and       27 Peewee       Ribbons To All Participants
    the Reserve to the Champion selected as Grand Champion.    28 Senior - 17 and over Ribbons To All Participants
 9. Pair of bulls — Owned by exhibitor.
FEMALE CLASSES                                                 RULES
10. Junior heifer calf —                                       1. Age of contestant will be determined on the day of
    A. January 1 - March 31 of this year                          the show.
    B. April 1 - July 1 of this year                           2. Contestant must be a member of the immediate
11. Winter heifer calf —                                          family of the owner or a regular handler for the
        October 1 - December 31 of preceding year                 owner whose cattle are being exhibited at the Fair.
12. Senior heifer calf —                                       3. Contestant is judged only on how well he or she
        August 1 - September 30 of preceding year
    CHAMPION HEIFER CALF                 $15 and Ribbon           handles and controls the animal.
    RESERVE CHAMPION                                           4. There is no entry fee for showmanship class.
        HEIFER CALF                      $10 and Ribbon

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CATTLE – Dairy Cattle                                        CATTLE – Dairy Cattle Premiums (continued)


           DAIRY CATTLE                                      FEMALE CLASSES (continued)
                                                             18. Best 3 Females — owned by exhibitor, one entry per
                                                                 exhibitor
              DEPARTMENT 10B                                 19. Dairy Herd — 3 females, must have freshened, owned
                                                                 by exhibitor
      Ayrshire                          Section   9          20. Produce of Dam — 2 animals either sex, owned by
      Brown Swiss                       Section   10             exhibitor
      Guernsey                          Section   11         21. Dam and daughter — any age
                                                                 SUPREME CHAMPION
      Holstein Friesian                 Section   12                 FEMALE OF DAIRY SHOW                $50 and Banner
      Jersey                            Section   13             RESERVE CHAMPION
       OPEN CLASS DAIRY CATTLE SHOW                                  FEMALE OF DAIRY SHOW                $25 and Banner
                                                                 All Dairy Grand Champion Females competing held
             THURSDAY 5:00 p.m.                                  immediately after the last dairy class.
DAIRY CATTLE PREMIUMS
Classes 1 thru 9, 11 thru 16
Classes 10, 17 thru 21
                               $25
                               $20
                                     $20
                                     $15
                                           $15
                                           $12
                                                  $10
                                                  $10
                                                                              DAIRY
MALE CLASSES                                                                Showmanship
All Bulls Older than the Calf Classes MUST Have A                                                                All
Nose Ring Or A Bull Lead                                     Class           1st    2nd     3rd     4th   5th   Others
 1. Bull calf — September 1 of preceding year - April 30
        of this year                                         22 Ages 6-10 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00
 2. Yearling bull — prior to August 31 of preceding year        Inclusive
    GRAND CHAMPION BULL                   $20 and Rosette    23 Ages 11-16 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00
    RESERVE GRAND                                               Inclusive
        CHAMPION BULL                     $10 and Rosette    24 Peewee       Ribbons To All Participants
    Remaining 1st and 2nd Place Bulls to be shown for        25 Senior - 17 and over Ribbons To All Participants
    Reserve Champion                                         RULES
FEMALE CLASSES                                               1. Age of contestant will be determined on the day of
 3. Junior heifer calf — March 1 - April 30 of this year        the show.
 4. Intermediate heifer calf — December 1 of preceding       2. Contestant must be a member of the immediate
        year - February 28 of this year                         family of the owner or a regular handler for the
 5. Senior heifer calf —                                        owner whose cattle are being exhibited at the Fair.
        September 1 - November 30 of preceding year          3. Contestant is judged only on how well he or she
 6. Summer yearling heifer —                                    handles and controls the animal.
        June 1 - August 31 of preceding year                 4. There is no entry fee for showmanship class.
 7. Junior yearling heifer —
        March 1 - May 31 of preceding year
 8. Intermediate senior yearling — December 1 of second
        preceding year - February 28, of preceding year
 9. Senior yearling heifer — September 1 - November 30
                                                                      DAIRY GOATS
        of second preceding year
    CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE                 $20 and Ribbon                   DEPARTMENT 34
    RESERVE CHAMPION
        JUNIOR FEMALE                      $10 and Ribbon      JIM D. BURNETTE                    KAY BRIGHT
10. Young herd — 1 bull and 3 females all under 2 years             Director                      Superintendent
        old, owned by Exhibitor
11. Cow, 2 year old — September 1 of third preceding
        year - August 31 of second preceding year                                  JUDGING
12. Cow, 3 year old — September 1 of fourth preceding                Thursday of Fair Week • 10:00 a.m.
        year - August 31 of third preceding year
13. Cow, 4 year old — September 1 of fifth preceding                  Official ADGA Open Doe Show
        year - August 31 of third preceding year                        ADGA Rules Shall Govern
14. Aged Cow prior to August 31 of fifth preceding year                         Sponsored by
15. Best uddered female in milk, owned by Exhibitor
16. Dry Cow — owned by Exhibitor                                 The Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society
   CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE                  $20 and Ribbon
   RESERVE CHAMPION                                                          DAIRY GOATS
        SENIOR FEMALE                      $10 and Ribbon
   GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE                   $25 and Rosette                   ENTRY RULES
   All Senior and Junior Champion Females competing.
    RESERVE GRAND                                             1. To exhibit, you must purchase an exhibitor’s ticket
        CHAMPION FEMALE                    $15 and Rosette       which includes 2 complimentary gate admissions.
    Remaining senior and junior Champion Females and             Your one exhibitor ticket permits you to exhibit in
    Reserve to the Champion selected as Grand Champion.          all other open class divisions and/or departments of
17. Get of Sire- 3 animals, both sexes                           the Cuyahoga County Fair.


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DAIRY GOATS (continued)                                        DAIRY GOATS (continued)

 2. The Entry Fee for each animal is $1.00 per head.           12. Dairy Herd — Shall consist of 4 does of any age
 3. Eligibility to Exhibit:                                        entered in open classes. The entries must be owned by
    A. Competition is open to all.                                 the exhibitor
    B. The exhibitor must be the owner of the animals          13. Dam and Daughter — The entries need not be owned
       exhibited.                                                  by the exhibitor. The entries need not be owned by the
                                                                   same exhibitor.
    C. Each animal must comply with the “Inspection            14. Best Udder — To be judged on udder alone. Entry in
       and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibited              this class must be owned by the exhibitor
       in Ohio” printed in this book.                          15. Best Doe of Show (all breeds)            $25 + Rosette
    D. The Exhibitor must present Registration
        Certificates upon request of the Director In
        Charge. Goats must be tattooed.
    E. All buck goats are barred.                                     DRAFT HORSES
 4. Please specify the minimum number of pens you
    will require on your Entry Form. Entries will be
                                                                              DEPARTMENT 19
    accepted, as received, due to the limited space                         CARL COOLEY, Director
    available.
 5. See Exhibitor rules for entry deadline. Mail your
    Entry Form and make checks or money orders                                DRAFT HORSES
    payable to: Cuyahoga County Fair                             1. BELGIANS 2. SHIRE/CLYDES
                  P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017                        3. PERCHERON
    Your Exhibitors Tickets will be mailed to you.                    4. ANY OTHER BREED
 6. Animals must be in their pens before 12:00 Noon
    on Monday the opening day of the Fair. They will
    be received on the previous Sunday. No animal                            ENTRY RULES
    may be removed from the Fair before 8:00 p.m. on            1. To exhibit, you must purchase an exhibitor’s ticket
    the last day of the Fair.                                      which includes 2 complimentary gate admissions.
 7. No bedding will be furnished. All pens and aisles              Your one exhibitor ticket permits you to exhibit in
    must be cleaned before 10:00 a.m. each day.                    all other open class divisions and/or departments of
 8. The Entry Requirements of the Cuyahoga County                  the Cuyahoga County Fair.
    Fair as shown in this Premium List apply to this            2. The Entry Fee for each animal is 10% of the First
    Department.                                                    Place Premium offered in the class entered.
 9. The Junior & Senior Shows are not separately                3. Eligibility To Exhibit:
    sanctioned.                                                    a. Competition is open to all draft horses quartered
                                                                       on the Fairgrounds for the week.
                                                                   b. The exhibitor must be the owner of the animals
   DAIRY GOAT BREEDS                                                   exhibited.
SECTIONS                                                           c. Each animal must comply with the “Inspection
 1. ALPINE                5. SAANEN                                    and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibited
 2. LAMANCHA              6. RECORDED GRADES                           in Ohio,” available from the fairboard office.
 3. NUBIAN                7. ALL OTHER PURE                        d. The exhibitor must present registration certifi-
 4. OBERHASLI             7. BREEDS                                    cates upon request of the Director In Charge.
                                                                4. Please specify the minimum number of stalls
$2.00 will be paid for each goat exhibited.                        required for horses and tack on your Entry Form.
Premiums: 1st - $9.00; 2nd - $7.00; 3rd - $5.00; 4th - $4.00       Entries will be accepted as received, due to the
Class                                                              limit of stalls available.
 1. Junior Kid — Born after 4/1 of this year                    5. See exhibitor rules for entry deadline. Mail your
 2. Intermediate Kid — Born 3/1 through 3/31 of this year          Entry Form and make your check or money order
 3. Senior Kid — Born 1/1 through 2/28 of this year                payable to: Cuyahoga County Fair
 4. Dry Yearling — 1 year and under 2, never in milk
    Junior Champion                        $10 + Rosette                 P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017
    Reserve Junior Grand Champion $ 5 + Rosette                    Your exhibitor ticket will be mailed to you.
 5. Does in milk — 1 year and under 2                           6. The age of horses shall be reckoned from January 1st.
 6. Does in milk — 2 years and under 3                          7. All horses must be broke to lead and be
 7. Does in milk — 3 years and under 4                             manageable for exhibition in the show ring.
 8. Does in milk — 4 years and under 5                          8. All stallions must be tied with halter and neck
 9. Does in milk — 5 years and over                                rope or strap AT ALL TIMES.
    Senior Champion                        $10 + Rosette        9. Animals must be in their stalls before 5 p.m. on
    Reserve Senior Champion                $ 5 + Rosette           Monday, opening day of the Fair. They will be
    Grand Champion                         Rosette                 received on the previous Sunday. All Draft Horses
    Reserve Grand Champion                 Rosette
10. Champion Challenge Class                                       will be released from their stalls at 6:00 p.m. on
    Premiums: 1st - $15; 2nd - $10; 3rd - $7; 4th - $5             closing night, Sunday.
11. Get of Sire — Shall consist of 3 does of different ages    10. No bedding will be furnished. All stalls and aisles
    from at least 2 different dams; only one multiple birth        must be cleaned before 10:00 a.m. each day.
    allowed. Entries in this class shall be made in the name   11. The Entry Requirements of the Cuyahoga County
    of the buck and need not be owned by the exhibitor             Fair apply to this department.

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DRAFT HORSES (continued)                                   DRAFT HORSES (continued)

             DEPARTMENT 19A                                RULES FOR YOUTH SHOWMANSHIP
                                                           1. Age of Contestant will be determined on the day of
                                                              show.
           HALTER CLASSES                                  2. Contestant must be a member of the immediate
                                                              family of the owner or a regular handler for the
    1. BELGIANS 2. SHIRE/CLYDES                               owner whose draft horses are being exhibited at the
3. PERCHERON 4. ANY OTHER BREED                               Fair.
                                                           3. Contestant is judged only on how well he or she
                    JUDGING                                   handles and controls the horse.
                                                           4. There is NO entry fee for the Showmanship
   Cow Palace Arena • Wednesday – 5:00 p.m.                   Class.
                                 PREMIUMS
Class                   1st    2nd 3rd 4th          5th
 1. Stallion, 3 years
     or over            27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00      7.00                 DEPARTMENT 19B
 2. Stallion, 1 year
     and under 3        27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00      7.00
 3. Stud Colt,                                                          HITCH CLASSES
       under 1 year     27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00      7.00
Stallion Champion & Reserve Champion                                           JUDGING
1st & 2nd places classes 1-3 — Rosettes ONLY
 4. Mare or Filly, 3                                                        GRANDSTAND
       years or over    27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00      7.00           Thursday • First Class – 12:00 p.m.
 5. Filly 1 year and
       under 3 years    27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00      7.00   ENTRY RULES
 6. Filly, under 1 year 27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00      7.00    1. To exhibit, you must purchase an exhibitor’s ticket
Mare/Filly Champion & Reserve Champion                         which includes 2 complimentary gate admissions.
1st & 2nd places classes 4-6 — Rosettes ONLY                   Your one exhibitor ticket permits you to exhibit in
Class                                                          all other open class divisions and/or departments of
 7. Gelding 5 years                                            the Cuyahoga County Fair.
      and over        27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00 7.00
 8. Gelding 3 &                                             2. The Entry Fee in each class is 10% of the First
      4 years         27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00 7.00              Place Premium offered in the class entered.
 9. Gelding 2 years                                         3. Eligibility To Exhibit:
      & under         27.50 16.50 11.00 9.00 7.00              a. Each animal must comply with the “Inspection
Gelding Champion & Reserve Champion                               and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibited
1st & 2nd places classes 7-9 — Rosettes ONLY                      in Ohio,” available from the fairboard office.
Supreme Champion (Rosette ONLY)                                b. Mares, Geldings and/or Stallions are eligible.
Champion & Reserve Stallion, Mare/Filly &                      c. Competition is open to all draft horses quartered
Geldings to compete                                               on the Fairgrounds for the week.
10. PeeWee Showmanship                                         d. In Single Hitch Classes horses must be hitched
    Ages 7 & Under — Rosettes Only                                to a two wheel cart; in all other classes, hitched
11. Mare and suckling                                             to a suitable vehicle.
    foal                 27.50 16.50 11.00                  4. Exhibitors must specify on the Entry Forms the
12. Stallion 3 years or over and two mares, owned              classes to be entered. Mail your Entry Forms and
    by one exhibitor     27.50 16.50 11.00                     make checks or money orders payable to:
13. Matched pairs                                                  Cuyahoga County Fair • P.O. Box 135
    halter               27.50 16.50 11.00                                    Berea, Ohio 44017
14. Best three of breed, owned by one
    exhibitor            27.50 16.50 11.00                     Your exhibitor ticket will be mailed to you.            HORSES &
                                                            5. No more than two persons shall be permitted on
                                                                                                                        PONIES


YOUTH SHOWMANSHIP                                              box or wagon during the competition.
                                             all            6. Driver and assistant must wear hat, coat and tie.
Class             1st    2nd   3rd 4th 5th others           7. All entries shall be ready well in advance of class
15. Ages 8-12
                                                               time to avoid delays. Hitches not ready when a
    inclusive  12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00           2.00
16. Ages 13-16
                                                               class is called will not be allowed to show.
    inclusive  12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00           2.00    8. All horses must be broke to drive and be
17. Ages 17-20                                                 manageable for competition on the track.
    inclusive  12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00           2.00    9. The hitch classes will be judged on Quality,
                                                               Performance and Ease of Handling.
                                                           10. The Entry Requirements of the Cuyahoga County
                                                               Fair apply to this Department.
                                                           Horse & Pony Hitch Classes will be alternated.


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DRAFT HORSES (continued)                                      DRAFT PONIES (continued)

                             PREMIUMS                         11. All ponies must remain in their stall during fair
Class              1st     2nd 3rd 4th           5th              hours with the exception of show day preparation.
1. Single Hitch $ 40.00   30.00 20.00 15.00 Ribbon                When preparing for show all aisles where ponies
2. Single Hitch,                                                  are being moved must be blocked to fair visitors.
   Lady to Drive 40.00    30.00 20.00 15.00 Ribbon            12. All exhibitors will conduct themselves in a pro-
3. Single Hitch,                                                  fessional and courteous manner. No profane or
   Youth to Drive 20.00   20.00 20.00                             abusive language will be tolerated.
4. Tandem Hitch 90.00     65.00 40.00 25.00 Ribbon               Anyone found violating this policy risks being
5. Pair Hitch     90.00   65.00 40.00 25.00 Ribbon               excluded from future Fair events.
6. Pair Hitch,                                                   The director has final say on all stall assignments.
   Youth to Drive 20.00   20.00   20.00
7. Unicorn Hitch 100.00   75.00   50.00 30.00 Ribbon
8. Four Hitch    125.00   90.00   65.00 40.00 Ribbon
9. Draft Horse    20.00   15.00   10.00 5.00 Ribbon                          DEPARTMENT 20A
   Under Saddle
   (Walk/Trot)                                                             HALTER CLASSES
                                                                        JUDGING — Cow Palace Arena
         DRAFT PONIES                                                         Wednesday – 1:00 p.m.
                                                              1. GRADE PONIES           2. REG. HAFLINGER
                DEPARTMENT 20
                                                              PREMIUMS          1st                2nd         3rd
              CARL COOLEY, Director                           1.    Stallion (any age)            $27.50 16.50 11.00
                                                              2.    Gelding (3 years & under)      27.50 16.50 11.00
                DRAFT PONIES                                  3.
                                                              4.
                                                                    Gelding (4 years & over)
                                                                    Champion Gelding (Rosette -
                                                                                                   27.50 16.50 11.00
                                                                                                        Rosettes Only
                ENTRY RULES                                   4.
                                                                      no money)
                                                                    Foals (either sex)             16.50 11.00 9.00
 1. To exhibit, you must purchase an exhibitor’s ticket       5.    Yearling Mare                  27.50 16.50 11.00
    which includes 2 complimentary gate admissions.           6.    2 Year Old Mare                27.50 16.50 11.00
    The exhibitor ticket allows entry to exhibit in all       8.    Junior Champion &                   Rosettes Only
    other open class divisions and/or departments.                    Reserve Mare
 2. The entry fee for each animal is 10% of the First          7.   3 Year Old Mare                27.50 16.50 11.00
    Place Premium offered in the class entered.                8.   4 Year Old & over Mare         27.50 16.50 11.00
                                                              11.   Senior Champion &                   Rosettes Only
 3. Eligibility to exhibit:                                           Reserve Mare
    a. Competition is open to all draft ponies quartered      12.   Grand Champion Mare                  Rosettes Only
       on the fairgrounds for the week.                               (Jr. Champ & Sr. Champ)
    b. The exhibitor must be the owner of the animals          9.   Mare & Foal                    27.50   16.50   11.00
       exhibited.                                             10.   Best 3 by One Exhibitor        27.50   16.50   11.00
    c. Each animal must comply with the “Inspection           11.   Matched Pair                   27.50   16.50   11.00
       and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibited         12.   Get of Sire (Stallion & 2      27.50   16.50   11.00
       in Ohio,” available from the fairboard office.                 offspring)
    d. The exhibitor must present registration certificates   SHOWMANSHIP
       upon request of the Director In Charge.                                                                   all
 4. Please specify the minimum number of stalls               Class               1st   2nd 3rd     4th 5th
                                                                                                               others
    required for horses and tack on your entry form.          1. Ages 6-10
    Entries will be accepted as received, due to the               inclusive  $12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00
    limit of stalls available.                                2. Ages 11-16
 5. See exhibitor rules for deadline. Mail your entry              inclusive   12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00
    form and make your checks or money orders                 3. Peewee           Ribbons to all participants
    payable to: Cuyahoga County Fair                          4. Senior 17 & Over Ribbons to all participants
    Your exhibitor ticket will be mailed to you.              RULES
 6. The age of horses shall be reckoned from January 1st.     1. Age of contestant will be determined on the day
 7. All horses must be broken to lead and manageable             of show.
    for exhibition in the show ring.                          2. Contestant must be a member of the immediate
 8. All stallions must be tied with halter and neck rope         family of the owner or a regular handler for the
    or strap AT ALL TIMES.                                       owner whose draft ponies are being exhibited at
 9. A bring-in fee of $15 per animal stabled for the             the Fair.
    week will be paid. Animals must be in their stalls        3. Contestant is judged only on how well he or she
    before 12:00 Noon on Monday and may be                       handles and controls the horse.
    received on Sunday. All Draft Ponies will be              4. There is NO entry fee for the Showmanship
    released from their stalls at 7:00 p.m. Sunday.              Class.
10. No bedding will be furnished. All stalls and aisles       5. Showmanship Classes for youth will be all breeds
    must be cleaned before 10:00 a.m. each day.                  combined.

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DRAFT PONIES (continued)                                    HORSE SHOW (continued)


              DEPARTMENT 20B                                       HORSE SHOW
        PONY HITCH CLASSES                                                DEPARTMENT 55
                  DRAFT PONIES
                                                                         GAIL ROYAK, Director

                    JUDGING                                                     TBA, Judge
                 Thursday – 12 p.m.

GRANDSTAND ENTRY RULES
                                                                               JUDGING
 1. To exhibit, you must purchase an exhibitor’s                          Saturday of Fair Week
    ticket that includes 2 complimentary gate                                   9:00 a.m.
    admissions. The exhibitor ticket allows entry in
    all other open class divisions and/or departments.
                                                                          STALLS AVAILABLE
 2. The entry fee in each class is 10% of the First Place
    Premium offered in the class entered.
                                                                        BY RESERVATION ONLY
 3. Eligibility To Exhibit:
                                                                        High Point Youth Award
    a. Each animal must comply with the “Inspections                  Trophy / 6 Ribbons per Class
       and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibited
       in Ohio,” available from the fairboard office.
                                                                 High Point Gift Certificate donated by
    b. Mares, Geldings and/or Stallions are eligible.
                                                                     VALLEY TACK SHOP, INC.
    c. Draft Ponies not quartered on the grounds are
       ineligible.
    d. In Single Hitch Classes horses must be hitched                     ENTRY RULES
       to a two-wheel cart; in all other classes, hitched   1. To exhibit, you must purchase an exhibitor’s
       to a suitable vehicle.                                  ticket which includes two complimentary gate
 4. Exhibitors must specify on the entry forms the             admissions. Your one exhibitor ticket permits
    classes to be entered. Mail your entry forms and           you to exhibit in all of the Open Class divisions
    make checks or money orders payable to:                    and-or departments of the Cuyahoga County
                  Cuyahoga County Fair                         Fair.
          P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017                  2. All entries must be made on the OFFICIAL
    Entry forms will be accepted at the Fair Office.           CUYAHOGA COUNTY FAIR HORSE SHOW
 5. No more than two persons are permitted on box or           ENTRY BLANK.
    wagon during the competition.
                                                            3. Exhibitors cancelling entries for any reason shall
 6. Driver and assistant must wear a hat, coat, and tie.       forfeit entry fees.
 7. All entries must be ready to avoid delays well in
    advance of class time. Hitches that are not ready       4. NO STALLIONS ARE PERMITTED IN YOUTH
    when a class is called will not show.                      CLASSES.
 8. All horses must be broken to drive and be               5. Each pony or horse must comply with the
    manageable for competition on the track.                   “Inspection and Health Requirements of
 9. The hitch class will be judged on quality, perform-        Livestock Exhibited in Ohio,” available from
    ance and ease of handling.                                 the fairboard office.
                                                            6. The Entry Requirements of the Cuyahoga
Class                   1st   2nd 3rd 4th         5th          County Fair apply to this Department, except
 1.   Single Hitch** $ 40.00 30.00 20.00 15.00    Ribbon       Rule #3.
 2.   Single Hitch,
        Lady to Drive 40.00 30.00 20.00 15.00     Ribbon    7. Entries will be accepted for the Horse Show on
 3.   Single Hitch,                                            the day of the show at the Horse Show Office.
        Youth to Drive 20.00 20.00 20.00                    8. Make check or money order payable to the
 4.   Tandem Hitch     90.00 65.00 40.00 25.00    Ribbon       Cuyahoga County Fair and mail with your
 5.   Pair Hitch       90.00 65.00 40.00 25.00    Ribbon       entry form to Cuyahoga County Fair
 6.   Pair Hitch,
        Youth to Drive 20.00 20.00 20.00                    9. Show Exhibitors must enter on Waverly St., 1
 7.   Unicorn Hitch 100.00 75.00 50.00 30.00      Ribbon       block south of Fairgrounds off of Eastland
 8.   Four Hitch      125.00 90.00 65.00 40.00    Ribbon       Road.

**Horse and Pony Classes will be alternated.


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                                                             POULTRY (continued)
               POULTRY                                              CHICKEN — SPECIAL AWARDS
               DEPARTMENT 58                                BEST CHICKEN IN THE SHOW         $10.00
                                                            Best Cock Bird in Show             5.00
        JIM D. BURNETTE , Director                          Best Hen Bird in Show              5.00
                                                            Best Pullet in Show                5.00
                MANNY CARR                                  Best Cockeral in Show              5.00
 Superintendent - Chickens, Pigeons & Waterfowl             Best Bantam Cock in Show           5.00
                                                            Best Bantam Hen in Show            5.00
                    JUDGING                                 Best Cockerel in Show              5.00
                    Pigeons                                 Best Bantam Pullet in show         5.00
            Monday — 5:00 p.m. D.S.T.                                 PREMIUMS FOR CHICKENS
                                                            Age/Sex
            Chickens – Ducks – Geese                        Premiums: 1st - $2.50; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00
          Wednesday — 10:00 a.m. D.S.T.                     1. Cock                          3. Cockerel
                                                            2. Hen                           4. Pullet
       POULTRY ENTRY RULES                                        For a complete listing of sections and breeds
 1. To Exhibit, you must purchase an exhibitor’s ticket        please contact the Cuyahoga County Fair Office
    which includes 2 complimentary gate admissions.           at (440) 243-0090 or e-mail at: joyce@cuyfair.com
    Your one exhibitor ticket permits you to exhibit in
    all other open class divisions and/or departments of
    the Cuyahoga County Fair. See Exhibitor Rules for
                                                                                 Section 200
    entry deadline. CHICKENS, DUCKS & GEESE                                          DUCKS
    SINGLES 40¢ - per bird. PIGEONS 30¢ - per                              A limit of 2 Ducks or Geese
    bird.                                                                     per class per exhibitor
 2. All Poultry must show negative pullorum tested
    before cooping.                                                        PREMIUMS FOR DUCKS
 3. Exhibitor must show the NUMBER and NAME of              Age/Sex
                                                            Premiums: 1st - $2.00; 2nd - $1.00; 3rd - $.50
    breed on entry form.
                                                            1. Old Drake                              3. Young Drake
 4. No diseased poultry allowed on the grounds. No          2. Old Duck                               4. Young Duck
    premium will be paid on any bird deemed
    unworthy.                                               201 Aylesbury                             210 Rouen
 5. All birds must be in position for judging not later     202 Cayuga                                211 Mallard
    than 12 Noon, Monday, the first day of the Fair.        203 Crested White                         212 Blue Swedish
 6. The American Standard of Perfection, as revised         204 Pekin                                 213 Black East India
    by the American Poultry Association, will be the        205 White Call                            214 Buff
    guide for the judge in awarding the premiums. All       206 Grey Call                             215 Khaki Campbell
                                                            207 Fawn & White Ind. Runner              216 Magpie
    birds will be judged by comparison. American
                                                            208 White Indian Runners                  217 Muscovy
    Standard rules for disqualification will be enforced.   209 Pencilled Runners
 7. Priority is given to previous exhibitors.
 8. Priority is given to residents of Cuyahoga County
    until cooping space is filled.                                               Section 300
 9. Limit of 150 entries per family.
10. Each exhibitor will be permitted to enter NO
                                                                                      GEESE
    MORE than ONE BIRD in any one class.                    A limit of 2 Ducks or Geese per class per exhibitor
11. Every precaution will be taken to properly protect                   PREMIUMS FOR GEESE
    exhibits in this department and for this purpose        Age/Sex
    watchmen will be on duty in this building day and       Premiums: 1st - $2.00; 2nd - $1.00; 3rd - $.50
    night during the Fair.                                  1. Old Gander                         3. Young Gander
12. Any specimen showing symptoms of disease when           2. Old Goose                          4. Young Goose
    received or during the Fair, will immediately be        300 Embden                            305 Sebastopols
    removed from the exhibit, cared for by the              301 Toulouse                          306 Buff
    superintendent, returned to the owner, or               302 White Chinese                     307 Pilgrim
    destroyed.                                              303 African                           308 Pomeranium
13. Drinking cups and free coops will be furnished all      304 Egyptian                          309 Brown Chinese
    poultry (space permitting).
14. All poultry will be fed and watered during the Fair.
15. Feed will be furnished by the Fair.                                          Section 500
16. Birds will be released at 9:00 PM Sunday.                                      PIGEONS
17. Band your birds so that they are easily identified in
    case another poultry person gets your bird.             Total number of pigeon entries this year will be limited
18. See Additional rules under Section 5 — PIGEONS.         to 15 pigeons. Preference will be given to a variety of
    NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR BIRDS LEFT AFTER                    breeds so we may have a better display. Note you may
    12:00 MIDNIGHT SUNDAY, THE LAST DAY                     enter only 1 pigeon in a class and sex. Example: 1 old
    OF THE FAIR.                                            cock and 1 hen; 1 young cock and hen.


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POULTRY – Pigeons (continued)

SPECIAL RULES
                                                                               SHEEP
1. Pigeons are to be entered as individual category as
   following: old hen, old cock, young hen or young                       DEPARTMENT 73
   cock within each breed.
2. Birds should have bands.                                            JIM BURNETTE, Director
3. When possible, please note the band # of the bird on
                                                                      BETH HINES, Superintendent
   the entry form.
4. Feed for pigeons will be furnished by the Fair.
5. Limit of 15 birds per family.                                                JUDGING
             PREMIUMS FOR PIGEONS                                         Wednesday 12 p.m. D.S.T.
Age/Sex
Premiums: 1st - $1.75; 2nd - $1.00; 3rd - $.50
1. Old Cock
2. Old Hen
                                       3. Young Cock
                                       4. Young Hen
                                                                      SHEEP ENTRY RULES
                                                             1. To exhibit you must purchase an exhibitor’s
500 Kings                              512 Pouter               ticket which includes 2 complimentary gate
501 Mondaines                          513 Lahores              admissions. Your one exhibitor ticket permits
502 Homers                             514 Fan Tail
503 Rollers                            515 Archangels           you to exhibit in all other open class divisions
504 Tipplers                           516 Parlor               and/or departments of the Cuyahoga County
505 Helmets                            517 Jacobin              Fair.
506 Tumblers                           518 Oriental Frill              Wool Judging Before Sheep Judging
507 Modenas                            519 Trumpeters        2. Entry Fee: 10% of the First Premium, per class.
508 Frill Backs                        520 Show Racers
509 Swallows                           521 Carriers          3. Eligibility To Exhibit:
510 Chinese Owls                       522 Priest               a. Competition is open to all.
511 Nun                                523 Dragoons             b. The Exhibitor must be the owner of the animals
             $10.00 WILL BE AWARDED FOR                            exhibited.
            THE BEST PIGEON IN THE SHOW.
                                                                c. Each animal must comply with the “Inspection
                                                                   and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibited
                                                                   in Ohio” printed in this book.
              RABBITS                                           d. The Exhibitor must present Registration
                                                                   Certificates upon request of the Director in
             AND CAVIES                                            Charge.
                                                             4. Please specify the minimum number of pens
                  DEPARTMENT 67                                 required on your Entry Form. Entries will be
                                                                accepted, as received, to the limit of space
                       TOM SABREY                               available. Pens are designed to hold 3 large sheep
                         Director                               or 4 small sheep. Pens will be assigned before
                                                                arrival.
    This show is operated under the direction                5. Classes 1, 2, 4, 6 – two entries maximum. All other
                 and care of the                                classes – 1 entry maximum.
  CUYAHOGA COUNTY RABBIT AND CAVY                            6. All single entries must be shown to qualify for
              BREEDERS, INC.                                    group classes.
     CHARLES HOSTA, Show Superintendent                      7. See exhibitor rules for entry deadline. Mail your
                                                                Entry Form and make checks or money orders
          JOHN SROUBEK, Show Secretary                          payable to:
                                                                             Cuyahoga County Fair
                        JUDGING                                       P.O. Box 135 • Berea, Ohio 44017
         Cavies: Tuesday • Rabbits: Monday                      Your exhibitor ticket will be mailed to you.
                                                             8. Animals must be in their pens before 12:00 Noon
                  This show will be an                          on Monday, opening day of the Fair. They will be
     OFFICIAL ARBA SANCTIONED SHOW                              received on the previous Sunday. No animal may
              For a complete show catalog,                      be removed from the Fair before 7:00 p.m. on the
      contact the Cuyahoga County Fair office at:               last day of the Fair.
                    (440) 243-0090                           9. No bedding will be furnished. All pens and
                            or
                                                                                                                 RABBITS & CAVIES




                                                                aisles must be cleaned before 10:00 a.m.
              e-mail at: joyce@cuyfair.com                      each day.
                                                            10. The entry requirements of the Cuyahoga
                                                                                                                     POULTRY




        Exhibitors will receive a show catalog
                                                                                                                      SHEEP




       automatically if they have shown in the                  County Fair apply to this department.
                  previous 2 years.                         11. Pizza and drinks after show for exhibitors.


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SHEEP (continued)                                                 SHEEP (continued)

                   BREEDS OF SHEEP                                Premium for each breed: 1st $5.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
Section
1. CHEVIOT            6. MERINO             11. SOUTHDOWN         Champion Fleece: $25.00 and Rosette
2. COLUMBIA           7. MONTADALE          12. SUFFOLK
3. CORRIEDALE         8. OXFORD             13. COLOR SHEEP
4. DORSET             9. RAMBOULLET         14. AOB of SHEEP
5. HAMPSHIRE         10. SHROPSHIRE                                SHEEP SHEARING EXHIBIT
       $2.00 per head will be paid for each sheep shown.                    Saturday Only — 2, 4, 6 p.m.
Premiums: 1st - $10.00; 2nd - $8.00; 3rd - $6.00
          4th - 5.00; 5th - $4.00
Class
  1.   Ram over one year                                                   SHEEP EDUCATION
  2.   Ram Lamb under one year
  3.   2 Ram Lambs (Pair)                                                     PROGRAM
  4.   Ewe over 1 year and under 2                                              Thursday — 12-4 p.m.
  5.   2 Yearling Ewes (Pair)
  6.   Ewe Lamb under 1 year
  7.
  8.
       2 Ewe Lambs (Pair)
       Pen of Lambs, 2 ram lambs and 2 ewe lambs born within
                                                                            SHEEP TO SHAWL
       the year                                                             DEMONSTRATION
  9.   Breeder’s Young Flock, yearling or ram lamb, 2 yearling
       ewes, 2 ewe lambs                                                       Friday — 7:00-9:30 p.m.
10.    Champion Ram                             5.00 & Rosette
11.    Champion Ewe                             5.00 & Rosette
12.    Supreme Champion
       Ram (Over All Breeds)                    25.00 & Rosette
13.    Supreme Champion                                                            PIG EXHIBITION
       Ewe (Over All Breeds)                    25.00 & Rosette                in back of Sheep Barn
          Department 73A – WOOL SHOW

                Judging: Wednesday, 11:00 a.m.                         COMMERCIAL AND CONCESSION
   Entry Fee: Exhibitor’s Ticket and 50 cents per Fleece                     DEPARTMENTS
                                                                       A very important part of any family oriented
                   Two Fleece Per Breed                                                   event is the
                                                                      COMMERCIAL and CONCESSION booths.
Section 1 - Cheviot                 Section 8 - Oxford
                                                                        The Cuyahoga County Fair is no exception.
Section 2 - Columbia                Section 9 - Ramboullet
                                                                       For over 100 years we have prided ourselves
Section 3 - Corriedale              Section 10 - Shropshire
                                                                          on having the best commercial displays,
Section 4 - Dorset                  Section 11 - Southdown
                                                                          most challenging games of skill and the
Section 5 - Hampshire               Section 12 - Suffolk
                                                                               highest quality and diversified
Section 6 - Merino                  Section 13 - Color Sheep
                                                                                   food vendors available.
Section 7 - Montadale               Section 14 - AOB
                                                                      If you qualify and are interested in contracting
In addition to the general rules governing entries,                        space in one of the best-organized and
exhibits and awards, the following rules apply specific-                 successful summer events in the Northern
ally to the wool exhibit. This exhibit will be judged from                   Ohio area, contact the Fair Office
the Standard of Market Requirement for each breed.                                 for further information.
                                                                        Office hours are Mondays and Wednesdays
1. All wool exhibited must be shown within the year
   shorn.                                                                      from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
2. Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries in each class.                          Office voice: (440) 243-0090
3. All fleeces entered in the show must have been                                  FAX: (440) 243-0344
   grown on sheep owned by the Exhibitor and shown                           or contact through the Website at
   under his/her name.                                                                www.cuyfair.com
4. All fleeces must be in clear plastic bags.
5. Fair Management will not be responsible for
   returning or forwarding fleeces at the conclusion of
   the Fair. All Exhibitors must claim fleeces at the
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          Fair Dates:                                                                                                       Exhibitor No.:
        Aug. 10-16, 2009                           The Cuyahoga County Fair
         Entries Close:                                  P.O. Box 135
                                                                                                                            Receipt No.:
          July 30, 2009                                Berea, Ohio 44017
    NO EXCEPTIONS                                  Telephone (440) 243-0090
      FOR LATE                                        Fax (440) 243-0344                                                    Processed By:

      ENTRIES!
                                                        Exhibitors Entry Form                                               Entered By:
    NEW!! DISCOUNT FOR
          EARLY ENTRIES!                                         For
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         ARTS and CRAFTS, FLORAL*, GARDEN PRODUCE*
                                                                                                              Cell Phone

Name                                                                                                                  Phone

Address                                                                                                   E-Mail
City                                                                                                              State                   Zip

Ln Dept            Sec       Class       No. of                                Description of Entry                                                      *Show
No. No.            No.        No.        Entries                            as written in Premium Book                                                  1st 2nd

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         CHECK ONE                                     Postmarked between July 21-July 30                                                               $12.00
         LINE ONLY                                     Postmarked by July 20 —                                        Exhibitor Fee                     $10.00
Note: Please refer to the Premium Book for Exhibitor Entry Requirements. Make checks payable to:
          Cuyahoga County Fair. Use Reverse Side of this Form for Additional entries.                                       Please indicate the Total
          Unclaimed items will be donated to charity 7 days after the close of the Fair.
                             Enter On-Line at www.cuyfair.com                                                               Number of Entries ______
CREDIT CARD:                VISA             MC             DISCOVER

“The Cuyahoga County Fairboard and Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society assume no responsibility for livestock and/or articles exhibited, entered and/or shown
Card Number:                                               Expiration Date:                                Signature:

upon the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds. Exhibitor/Entrant specifically acknowledges his/her or its awareness that livestock and exhibition articles are placed upon
and maintained upon the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds by them at their sole risk. Further, entrant/exhibitor agrees to hold the Cuyahoga County Agricultural
Society and the Cuyahoga County Fairboard harmless from any and all claims to or resulting from their respective livestock and/or exhibits from any cause what-
soever. The aforesaid indemnification shall include injuries to the person or property of third parties resulting from the aforesaid livestock and/or exhibition articles.
The Cuyahoga County Fairboard assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the foregoing booklet.”

                                                                                FOR/BY
EXHIBITOR (PRINT)                                                                         EXHIBITOR/ENTRANT                                              DATE
                                                     Must be signed By Parent/Guardian if Under 18

                                         This Form May Be Duplicated as Needed!                                                                                         55
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Arts and Crafts, Floral & Garden Produce – Cuyahoga County Fair

Ln Dept    Sec   Class   No. of           Description of Entry                  Show
No. No.    No.    No.    Entries       as written in Premium Book              1st 2nd

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Name                                        Phone                   Cell

Address                                         City                 State   Zip

                         This Form May Be Duplicated As Needed!
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                                                     The Cuyahoga County Fair
                                                                                                                               Exhibitor No.:
          2009                                             P.O. Box 135
       Fair Dates                                        Berea, Ohio 44017
                                                                                                                               Receipt No.:
                                                     Telephone (440) 243-0090
      August 10-16                                      Fax (440) 243-0344
      Entries Close                                       Exhibitors Entry Form
                                                                                                                               Processed By:

      July 30, 2009                                                For                                                         Entered By:
                                                                   JUNIOR FAIR
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           No entry fee in Junior Fair —                                                     ONLY 1 ENTRY PER CLASS
    Please accept the entries below subject to the rules and requirements of the Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society. I agree to
    be governed by the rules and requirements as published in the Official Premium List. Enter as many Open Classes as you
    wish. However, you may only enter one exhibit per class.
    Entries to be postmarked no later than July 30, 2009 to the Secretary, Cuyahoga County Fair, P.O. Box 135, Berea, Ohio
    44017, or bring your entry form to the Fair office.


    Name                                                                                        Age                       E-Mail

    Address                                                                                    Phone                                 Cell

    City                                                                                                         State                      Zip

    Youth Organization to which you belong (if any)

    Adult Leader                                                                                                             Phone


     Section            Class            Describe Article as Premium List Reads




                                     Fair
                                nior
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    Signature of Parent or Guardian
    “The Cuyahoga County Fairboard and Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society assume no responsibility for livestock and/or articles exhibited, entered and/or shown
    upon the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds. Exhibitor/Entrant specifically acknowledges his/her or its awareness that livestock and exhibition articles are placed upon
    and maintained upon the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds by them at their sole risk. Further, entrant/exhibitor agrees to hold the Cuyahoga County Agricultural
    Society and the Cuyahoga County Fairboard harmless from any and all claims to or resulting from their respective livestock and/or exhibits from any cause what-
    soever. The aforesaid indemnification shall include injuries to the person or property of third parties resulting from the aforesaid livestock and/or exhibition articles.
    The Cuyahoga County Fairboard assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the foregoing booklet.”

                                                                                    FOR/BY
    EXHIBITOR (PRINT)                                                                         EXHIBITOR/ENTRANT                                              DATE
                                                         Must be signed By Parent/Guardian if Under 18
                                    Unclaimed items will be donated to charity 30 days after the close of the Fair.
                                                         Enter On-Line at www.cuyfair.com                                                                               57
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Junior Fair – Cuyahoga County Fair



 Section   Class      Describe Article as Premium List Reads




                      Fair
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Signature of Parent or Guardian

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          Fair Dates:                                  The Cuyahoga County Fair                                                 Exhibitor No.:
        Aug. 10-16, 2009                                     P.O. Box 135
         Entries Close:                                    Berea, Ohio 44017                                                    Receipt No.:
          July 30, 2009                                Telephone (440) 243-0090
      NO EXCEPTIONS                                       Fax (440) 243-0344                                                    Processed By:
        FOR LATE                                       Exhibitors Entry Form For
        ENTRIES!
                        BEEF & DAIRY CATTLE, Entered By:
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               DRAFT HORSES, DRAFT PONIES, GOATS, SHEEP
    Name                                                                                                                   Cell
    Farm/Stable                                                                                                            Phone
    Address                                                                                                    E-Mail
    City                                                                                                               State                  Zip
     Ln.       Dept.             Breed/               Class                                                                   Registry         Date of           Entry
                                                                   Sex                        Name
     No.        No.             Sec. No.               No.                                                                      No.             Birth             Fee
      1
      2
      3
      4
      5
      6
      7
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      Number             Type Livestock                 Amount                Note: Please Refer to the Premium Book for Exhibitor Entry Requirements
                                                                                      Make checks Payable to: Cuyahoga County Fair
              Beef Cattle                                                             Use Reverse Side of this Form for Additional Entries.
              Dairy Cattle                                                    CREDIT CARD: VISA                MC         DISCOVER
                                                                              Card Number:
              Draft Horses
                                                                              Expiration Date:
              Draft Ponies
                                                                              Signature:
              Goats
                                                                              Please Note: Your signature on this document indicates acceptance of all rules
              Sheep                                                           and regulations governing stall or pen assignments and exhibitor conduct as set
                                                                              forth by the Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society and the Director of each
              Exh. Fee by July 20 $10.00                                      livestock department.
              Exh. Fee 7/21 - 7/30 $12.00
                                                                              Signature                                                         Date
              Total Amt. Due
    Number of Cattle Gate                                                              Please indicate the Total Number of Entries
        Passes Requested
    “The Cuyahoga County Fairboard and Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society assume no responsibility for livestock and/or articles exhibited, entered and/or shown
    upon the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds. Exhibitor/Entrant specifically acknowledges his/her or its awareness that livestock and exhibition articles are placed upon
    and maintained upon the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds by them at their sole risk. Further, entrant/exhibitor agrees to hold the Cuyahoga County Agricultural
    Society and the Cuyahoga County Fairboard harmless from any and all claims to or resulting from their respective livestock and/or exhibits from any cause what-
    soever. The aforesaid indemnification shall include injuries to the person or property of third parties resulting from the aforesaid livestock and/or exhibition articles.
    The Cuyahoga County Fairboard assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the foregoing booklet.”

                                                                                    FOR/BY
    EXHIBITOR (PRINT)                                                                         EXHIBITOR/ENTRANT                                              DATE
                                                         Must be signed By Parent/Guardian if Under 18

                                               This Form May Be Duplicated As Needed!                                                                                   59
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Beef & Dairy Cattle, Draft Horses & Ponies, Goats & Sheep – Cuyahoga County Fair

Ln.    Dept.    Breed/       Class                           Registry      Date of     Entry
                                     Sex       Name
No.     No.    Sec. No.       No.                              No.          Birth       Fee

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Name                                           Phone               Cell

Address                                        City                State         Zip

                          This Form May Be Duplicated As Needed!
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      Fair Dates: The Cuyahoga County Fair                                                                                   Exhibitor No.:
    Aug. 10-16, 2009    P.O. Box 135
     Entries Close:   Berea, Ohio 44017                                                                                      Receipt No.:
      July 30, 2009
                  Telephone (440) 243-0090
    NO EXCEPTIONS    Fax (440) 243-0344                                                                                      Processed By:
          FOR LATE
          ENTRIES!                                      Exhibitors Entry Form
                                                                                                                             Entered By:
                                                                 For
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        CHICKENS, DUCKS, GEESE, TURKEYS & PIGEONS
    Name                                                                                                                 Cell
    Farm                                                                                                                 Phone
    Address                                                                                                   E-Mail
    City                                                                                                             State                   Zip
                                                                                            Number of Entries
    Section Breed No.                      Breed Name                          Cock            Hen         Cockerel           Pullet        Entry Fee per Breed




      Number                    Type                      Amount            Note: Please Refer to the Premium Book for Exhibitor Entry Requirements
                                                                                    Make checks Payable to: Cuyahoga County Fair
     Chickens                                                                       Use Reverse Side of this Form for Additional Entries.
      Ducks                                                                 CREDIT CARD: VISA                MC         DISCOVER
      Geeses                                                                Card Number:
                                                                            Expiration Date:
     Turkeys
     Pigeons                                                                Signature:
                                                                             Please Note: Your signature on this document indicates acceptance of all rules
              Exh. Fee by 7/20                            $10.00             and regulations governing stall or pen assignments and exhibitor conduct as set
                                                                             forth by the Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society and the Director of each
              Exh. Fee 7/21 - 7/30                        $12.00             livestock department.
               Total Amt. Due
    Number of Cattle Gate                                                    Signature                                                         Date

    “The Cuyahoga County Fairboard and Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society assume no responsibility for livestock and/or articles exhibited, entered and/or shown
        Passes Requested
    upon the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds. Exhibitor/Entrant specifically acknowledges his/her or its awareness that livestock and exhibition articles are placed upon
    and maintained upon the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds by them at their sole risk. Further, entrant/exhibitor agrees to hold the Cuyahoga County Agricultural
    Society and the Cuyahoga County Fairboard harmless from any and all claims to or resulting from their respective livestock and/or exhibits from any cause what-
    soever. The aforesaid indemnification shall include injuries to the person or property of third parties resulting from the aforesaid livestock and/or exhibition articles.
    The Cuyahoga County Fairboard assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the foregoing booklet.”

                                                                                    FOR/BY
    EXHIBITOR (PRINT)                                                                         EXHIBITOR/ENTRANT                                              DATE
                                                         Must be signed By Parent/Guardian if Under 18
                                               This Form May Be Duplicated As Needed!                                                                                   61
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Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys & Pigeons – Cuyahoga County Fair
                                            Number of Entries
Section Breed No.     Breed Name     Cock    Hen     Cockerel   Pullet     Entry Fee per Breed




Note: Complete if Separate Page.

Name                                        Phone                   Cell

Address                                     City                    State         Zip

                       This Form May Be Duplicated As Needed!

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FAIR GRANDSTAND ENTERTAINMENT
Monday, August 10, 2009               Demo Derby Qualifier
Additional Charge $8.00               8:00 P.M.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009              Moto-Cross
Additional Charge $6.00               7:00 P.M.
                                      FIREWORKS
Wednesday, August 12, 2009            Harness Racing with
Free Show                             Parimutuel Betting
                                      Post Time 4:30 P.M.
Thursday, August 13, 2009             Jersey – Tribute to Bruce Springsteen
Free Show                             8:00 P.M.
Friday, August 14, 2009               Get Back – Tribute to the Beatles
Free Show                             7:30 P.M.
Saturday, August 15, 2009             Camp Rock – Tribute Bands
Additional Charge -                   Jonas Brothers & Hannah Montana
Grandstand $5.00 Trackside $10.00
Saturday, August 15, 2009             The System – Bob Seger Tribute Band
Free Show                             7:30 P.M.
Sunday, August 16, 2009               Demo Derby
Separate Ticket For Each Event        3:00 P.M. Qualifier
Qualifier $8.00 – Finals $9.00        7:00 P.M. Finals
                                      FIREWORKS

             DAILY GROUNDS ENTERTAINMENT
Banana Derby                          Wade Henry
Petting Zoo                           Retro
Camel Rides                           Wood Carver
Fishing Tank                          Wildlife Wendy – Bird Show
           Additional Acts (call for days and times 440-243-0090)
Singing Angels                        Catholic Elementary School Orchestra
David T. Hamilton (from Nashville)    Swing Time Big Band
Shades of Africa                      Mike Bishop – Comedian & Hypnotist



          Your County Officials Salute the
     113th Cuyahoga County Fair and Exposition
                          Jimmy Dimora
                        County Commissioner
       Timothy F. Hagan                  Peter Lawson Jones
      County Commissioner                County Commissioner
                           Frank Russo
                          County Auditor
           Bob Reid                       Robert Klaiber, Jr.
         County Sheriff                     County Engineer
                    In Memoriam
                     John W. Jones, long-time Berea public servant and a direc-
                     tor of the Cuyahoga County Fair Board, died March 2, 2009
                     at 81.

                     During his 31-year career in marketing and public relations with
                     Ohio Bell Telephone, Mr. Jones became involved in many civic
                     organizations.

                    He was president of the Berea Chamber of Commerce, the
                    Rotary Club and Berea Shiners. He was also an active mem-
ber of the Berea City Club and belonged to Ellbrook Masonic Lodge.

He was involved in local politics, serving on Berea City Council in the 1980s and
in various leadership positions with the Berea Republican Party. He served on
the Municipal Planning Commission, Master Plan Committee, Water Advisory
Committee, Mayor’s Citizen Advisory Committee and Civil Service Commission.

He served on the Board of Directors of the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds since
the mid 1980s. “John never sought the spotlight,” said Dave Stephan, president of
the Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society. “He did things without any fanfare at
all. He made things happen and respected people who did the same. In meetings,
he always had new ideas for fellow directors to consider. John is quite irreplaceable.”
He was in charge of the Maintenance Department and Rentals.

                                 **********

                  James M. Cottrell, passed away on January 2, 2009. Mr.
                  Cottrell was also active in many civic organizations, part
                  owner of the Oaks Restaurant at Chippewa Lake, which he sold
                  to build Yorktown Lanes in Parma Heights, Ohio in
                  1960. He was the CEO there until his passing.

                  Mr. Cottrell served on the Board of Directors at the Cuyahoga
                  County Fairgrounds from the Mid 80’s until 1993. He was
primarily in charge of the Security and Safety Departments.

                                 **********

Mr. Jones and Mr. Cottrell became great friends while they both were members
of the Board of Directors. Mr. Jones often vacationed with Mr. Cottrell in Ft,
Lauderdale, Florida and they shared many interests. This friendship continued even
after Mr. Cottrell was no longer on the Board. Neither of these men ever lost their
love of the Fair, always looking for new ideas and improvements for the grounds
and for inspiring fellow Directors to do the same.
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Cuyahoga County Agricultural Society
P.O. Box 135
Berea, Ohio 44017




       Dear Fairgoers:
         Your county officials take pride in welcoming you and your family to the
       113th Celebration of The Cuyahoga County Fair and Exposition!
         This year’s exposition will feature prime livestock, outstanding floral
       displays, fine exhibits of arts and crafts and GREAT family entertainment!
       Come out and see some of the fine agricultural products, garden vegetables
       and other such treats which reveal the artistic skills of residents of Cuyahoga
       County. Enjoy the best our county has to offer and have a safe trip home
       because we want to see you back next year!
                                                         Sincerely,
                                               Your Cuyahoga County Officials

				
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