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The value of a point will be determined after the Extension agent may result.
Fair, based on total points awarded and monies
allocated for premiums. 2. Help make fair a positive experience
17. The Danish Merit method of judging will 3. 4-H leaders are there to instruct and to give
be used for all exhibits and contests except the guidance. Parent/guardian or caretakers are
K-3 Adventure classes, which will receive par- responsible for their children
ticipation ribbons. All other entries will be
placed in Blue, Red, and White award groups 4. Keep language appropriate
according to Quality:
5. Encourage all efforts.
Blue—excellent to superior
Red—good to excellent Oregon State Fair
White—acceptable but needs improvement 1. All entries made in the 4-H Division at the
Oregon State Fair must be shown at County Fair
No ribbons will be awarded to those that do not and approved by the Clatsop County Extension
qualify for the class. Office.
18. Champions and reserve champions will be 2. All exhibits entered in the State Fair must
selected in each class only when the judge meet the requirements and specifications out-
deems there are entries of championship quality. lined in the Oregon State Fair Exhibitor’s Guide.
Champions and reserve champions will be Paying particular attention to the number of
selected from blue ribbon winners only. exhibits allowed in each project area. A 4-H
Division copy is available at the 4-H Fair Office
19 A 4-H Division Fair Management Committee during Clatsop County fair.
will be appointed by the Clatsop County 4-H
Leader’s Association Executive Committee. The 3. State Fair exhibits will be selected by the
purpose of the Committee is to provide an judges in all classes except Livestock and Small
opportunity for any 4-H member who feels they Animals. Judging teams are selected by contest-
have been wronged during the County Fair. ants’ scores in official county contests.
A COMPLAINT PROCEDURE FOR 4. Senior and Intermediate livestock and Small
MEMBER OR LEADER Animal members may enter classes of their
choice within established numbers and quotas.
A. Complaint may be filed by a 4-H MEM- Entries must be made at the 4-H Fair Office
BER/LEADER ONLY. The member’s parent(s) before the close of the Clatsop County Fair.
or leader may assist and be present along with
the member, but the member MUST be present 5. State Fair 4-H Horse participation shall be
at all times. selected by the following procedure:
4-H Exhibitors must qualify for participation in
B. First, take the complaint to the show super- the State Fair 4-H Horse Show by earning a min-
intendent. imum combined qualifying score of 170 points
in showmanship and their respective equitation
C. If not satisfied, take the complaint to class (english or western) at their county quali-
Extension Staff member who is responsible for fying activity. This score is based on a possible
the involved project area. of 200 points, 100 for showmanship and 100 for
equitation. The minimum qualifying score in
D. THE FINAL RESOLUTION WILL BE non-negotiable. No additional requirements
MADE BY THE FAIR SUPERINTENDENTS other than showmanship and equitation are to be
AND EXTENSION AGENT. considered for calculating the minimum qualify-
ing score of 170 points for State Fair participa-
ADULT SUPPORT AT FAIR tion.
1. Let the member do the work. As stated by 6. Each exhibitor must be selected for State Fair
rule # 6 on page 41, 4-H members must take participation through the county selection
care of their own animals at the fair. Adults will process. In selected classes, the county selection
not be permitted to work on 4-H exhibits or dis- process must adhere to the statewide criteria i.e.
plays unless there is a safety issue. horse show and western gaming. The County
Disqualification of the exhibit by the show Extension Agent must approve animals entered.
superintendent, barn superintendent, leader, and
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 41
7. No monies will be allocated for out at home, and brought to the fair. Each fleece
premiums/ribbons at State Fair. must have a wool tag and a 4-H Exhibit tag.
11. A 4-H member may make only one entry in
4-H Animal Exhibit Rules any class except as provided in the premium
1. All non-market animals exhibited must have
been carried in a 4-H project by the exhibitor 12. Registered and grade animals will be shown
since June 1, except Guide Dogs up to August 1, in the same class.
of the current year.
13. “FOR SALE” signs are not allowed on pens,
2. Registered animals must be registered in the stalls or cages. Bulletin boards for posting “For
name of the exhibitor. If the animal is registered Sale” signs will be available.
in a family or ranch name, the animal must have
been identified with the 4-H leader at the time of 14. All showmen showing animals must be 4-H
enrollment in the project. members.
3. Exhibitors must own or lease the animals 15. All cattle (beef & dairy) must be double tied
they exhibit or have an agreement share with (halter & neck rope). (Animals must not be
another 4-H member the animal they exhibit at allowed to move back out of stall when tied).
fair. 4-H exhibitors are allowed to share an ani-
mal or animal unit with prior approval of the 16. All animal pens, stalls, and cages must be
Extension Service. (Animal unit examples are: cleaned by 8:30 a.m. each day. Animals must be
Dam & Daughter, Dam & Produce, etc.) fed appropriately and watered throughout the
entire day. Non-compliance may result in expul-
4. 4-H members who share an animal in the 4- sion by the show superintendent, barn superin-
H project must decide who will enter and show tendent, leader, and Extension agent.
it in conformation classes. Horse members may
show the shared animal provided they qualify 17. This rule applies to all animals, including
for different classes. Neither member may bring horses. The rule states: Uncontrollable animals
another animal of the same species to the fair may be dismissed by the Superintendent of that
(excluding animal units). species and/or the judge at any time. The rule
applies to all fair activities. "4-H members must
5. 4-H members may have only one leased ani- be in primary control of their animal during
mal in species where they do not have their own weigh-in, showing, and fitting. Animals exhibit-
animals (exception: dogs and horse). Copies of ing extreme wild or dangerous behavior will be
leases specifying responsibilities of lessee and isolated or removed from the fairgrounds. Any
lessor must be on file at the county Extension animal removed from the fairgrounds will be
office no later than May 31 of the current year. taken out of the market sale." Horses that buck
can be considered unruly.
6. 4-H members must take care of their own ani-
mals at the fair. Adults will not be permitted to 18. Any animal that does not fit in a breed stan-
work on 4-H exhibits or displays unless of a dard should be placed in the crossbred class.
safety issue. Disqualification of the exhibit by
the show superintendent, barn superintendent, 19. All livestock must be in good health and con-
leader, and Extension agent may result. dition to be exhibited at the Clatsop County Fair.
Visibly sick animals or those showing signs of
7. Local 4-H club leaders shall certify eligibili- active internal or external parasites or fungal
ty if questioned. In the case of an individual infections WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO
member, the Extension Agent shall certify eligi- ENTER THE FAIRGROUNDS. In question-
bility. able or disputed cases, the exhibitor, at his or her
expense, may be asked to obtain a licensed vet-
8. Owners of cattle must provide haulers with erinarian’s written statement as to the health sta-
ODA E-slips. Sellers of branded steers must pro- tus of the animal.
vide brand inspector with transportation certifi-
cates and bill of sale from original owners. 20. Exhibits must stay on display until released
at the conclusion of fair. Removing exhibits
9. Animals with horns are not permitted except before check out day will result in loss of premi-
Fiber goats. ums and awards. An exhibitor needing early
release of an exhibit for health issues or extreme
10. Livestock stall cards and rabbit-poultry cage emergency must make a request to one of the
cards are available at the Extension Office, filled following: the show superintendent, barn
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 42
superintendent, leader, or Extension agent. A expulsion.
group decision will then be made.
12. All exhibitors should be neat and clean with
their hair combed. Shorts, hats (except cow-
Showing boy), sandals and tank tops and T-shirts depict-
ing drug, alcohol, tobacco products, or contain-
1. 4-H members must show their own animals in ing inappropriate language are not allowed in the
showmanship unless approved by show superin- show ring. No revealing clothing will be
tendents. allowed at any time. (Example: If not tucked in,
shirt or blouse must be long enough to not show
2. Exhibitor must use the same animal for the bare skin when exhibitor bends over.) Check
entire showmanship contest unless approved by with show superintendent or leader for appropri-
the show superintendent. ate attire before show days.
3. 4-H members are automatically entered and 13. Animals used for showmanship must be
must participate in the showmanship contest used for conformation.
relating to their exhibit.
14. Hardship Clause:
4. Abusive language, un-sportsmanlike conduct
or abuse of an animal during the fair may have In the event that a 4-H member’s project animal
the following consequences: expulsion from dies or is severely injured so as to be rendered
current fair and up to and through next year, loss unshowable prior to or while housed at the
of premiums, inability to auction animals and Clatsop County Fair, that member may borrow
removal of ALL exhibits. The decision will be an animal already going to or entered at fair and
at the discretion of the show superintendents, will enter the showmanship class ONLY. This
barn superintendent, leader, and Extension opportunity is experiential and the 4-H member
agent. may only be eligible for showmanship awards.
Note: Prior approval by the superintendent must
5. All care and fitting must be done by the 4-H be obtained before borrowing an animal for
member. Involvement of adults must be limited showmanship.
15. Master Showmanship will be consistent
6. White clothing is recommended for Dairy and with State Master Showmanship guidelines.
Dairy Goat Showmanship contests.
7. The use of tranquilizers is prohibited on mar-
ket animals since tranquilizers are illegal for Market Sale
food animals. The use of all other drugs and
growth promotants has to be used before the 1. Animals sold must be owned by the 4-H or
legal withdrawal time. FFA member and must have been entered in the
proper class. 4-H or FFA members must exhibit
8. The use of restraints including but not limit- their own animals in the sale arena, unless prior
ed to tongs, nose rings or chemicals are prohib- approval is granted.
2. Each member can sell one animal for each
9. Artificial coloring of any animal or any arti- project in which he is enrolled.
ficial means of removing or remedying physical
defects of conformation in exhibition animals, 3. Exhibitors or their parents may not bid on
such as lifting or filling under the skin, will be their own animals unless to bid in below the
considered as fraud and deception. All animals market price at that time. Any bid by exhibitors
giving evidence of such treatment will be bared or parents shall not exceed the market price.
from exhibition. (Dairy Cattle Exhibitors see
Rule #1 – Dairy Cattle) 4. Market animals are exhibited at the risk of the
10. The superintendent of each division and the
livestock superintendent have authority to make 5. Terms of the sale are cash. All animals must
any decisions necessary on questions of inter- be paid for prior to their removal from the fair-
pretations on rules of that division. grounds unless satisfactory credit arrangements
are made with the sale officials and seller.
11. Any superintendent has the authority to
enforce the fair guide rules in all departments. 6. In the sale order the Grand Champions will be
Failure to follow fair guide rules could lead to sold first, Reserve Champions next, and then all
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blue ribbon animals in order of placing, fol- 16. Animals which have been sold through the
lowed by red ribbon animals. White ribbon ani- Clatsop County Fair livestock auction cannot be
mals will not be sold. entered or shown in the State Fair.
7. In the sale order of rabbits, poultry and Dairy Heifer Replacement Sale
turkeys, Champions will be sold first and
Reserve Champions next, and then all blue rib-
bon animals in order of placing and by weight. 1. Youth participating in the program must be
enrolled as a bonafide member of a Clatsop
8. Animals not meeting the required market County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter.
weight may be shown in a feeder or breeding
class. 2. Selection of enrolled heifers should be deter-
mined by age and growth characteristics for
BEEF-Steer only: 900 lbs. minimum breed. Refer to project manual PNW 78 for
LAMB-Ewe or wether: 100 lb. Minimum breed characteristics and selection data also
SWINE -Barrow or gilt: 210-280lbs. includes breed association addresses for specific
Swine must weigh at least 40Lbs. information related to individual breed standards
at Spring weigh-in data for selection. Example: Select Holstein
GOATS-wether or does: 60lbs. minimum September calves or yearlings, depending on
TURKEYS-Hen (16-24 weeks) 10lb. minimum project length (2 year or 1 year project, respec-
-Tom (20-29 weeks) 17lb. minimum tively).
CHICKENS-Fryer Pen of 3 (under 8 weeks)
4-6lbs. 3. No heifer in program should exceed 30
-Roaster Pen of 3 (8-16 weeks) over months of age at calving.
Blue or better ribbon animals sold 4. You may potentially experience price docks
RABBIT-Fryer Pen of 3 (56-70 days) 3.5-5lbs. or possible refusal to purchase at the Dairy
DUCKS-Pen of 3 (less than 12 weeks old) Replacement Auction, if enrolled heifers are not
5-8lbs. selected at the optimal age for breed characteris-
GEESE- Single Gander or Single Goose tics and due to calve within 120 days after
(less than 20 weeks) 8-15lbs. Clatsop County Fair. (Fair dates are August 1-
August 5, 2006).
9. Market lambs may not have more than 1/4” A. Heifers enrolled in project may calve 30 days
slick sheared fleece and must be dry and clean. prior to the fair and still be eligible for sale. It is
the owner's responsibility to make sure heifer is
10. 4-H market animals or another animal of the milked adequately in the interim.
same species must be shown in showmanship by B. Heifers calving prior to sale must be vet
their owner in order to be entered in the market checked and determined to be reproductively
C. Heifers calving at fair must be sold with the
11. No use of talcum powders, oils, or other arti- calf at the auction.
ficial coating materials will be allowed when fit-
ting or showing market hogs. 5. A member may show and sell a maximum of
one animal at the Dairy Replacement Auction.
12. All market animals must meet those require-
ments as outlined in this flyer, “CLATSOP 6. There will be no limit as to the number of ani-
COUNTY YOUTH MARKET ANIMAL PRO- mals a member can apply to raise during the
GRAM FOR 2005-2006. This flyer is available project year.
at the Extension Office and from FFA Advisors.
7. Member must own enrolled heifers at time of
13. Market Beef Exhibitors must guarantee that enrollment and before breeding. Dairy
the carcass will be USDA grade “select” or bet- Replacement Heifer Information Sheets must be
ter. turned in and filed for project year by Beef
Weigh-in (February 25, 2006) at the Clatsop
14. A deduction of 3% of each sale will be with- County Extension Office, 2001 Marine Drive,
held by the auction Committee to pay sale Room 210, Astoria, OR 97103.
expenses, transportation fees and carcass of a. All animals must have some form of person-
merit awards. al identification and photo by Beef Weigh-In.
(Personal I.D. can be an ear tag, tattoo, registra-
15. All market animals must turn in a complet- tion number, or Brucellosis tag.)
ed Market Animal Health Record and Rate of
Gain Sheet by Tuesday of fair week. 8. Replacement Heifer Sales information must
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be received from breeder and submitted to 2005 to Aug. 31, 2005.
Clatsop County Extension Office by July 3. 5. Senior Yearling Heifer, born from Sept. 1,
2004 to Feb. 29, 2005
9. A member must select one animal by July 6, 6. Junior Two Year Old Cow and Senior
2006 in order to show in the Diary Replacement Yearling in Milk, born March 1, 2004 through
Class at Clatsop County Fair. Heifers may not August 31, 2004.
be shown in more than one class. 7. Senior Two Year Old Cow born from Sept. 1,
2003 to Feb. 28, 2004.
10. Members must submit documents for sale of 8. Three and Four Year old Cow, born Sept. 1,
selected animal by July 6 to the Clatsop County 2001 through August 31, 2003.
Extension Office. Documents must include a 9. Five Year Old Cow, born before Sept. 1, 2001
vet check to confirm pregnancy. The documents
must be accurate and totally complete. 7411010__0 Ayrshire (1)
Individual records must be completed on each 7411020__0 Brown Swiss (2)
animal to be sold. 7411030__0 Guernsey (3)
7411040__0 Holstein (4)
11. Auction animals must be red ribbon or bet- 7411050__0 Jersey (5)
ter quality as placed by the fair judge. 7411060__0 Milking Shorthorn (6)
7411070__0 Crossbred (7)
12. All members showing a dairy replacement 7411070__0 Other Breeds (8)
heifer must also enter in showmanship class in
order to participate in the dairy replacement auc- SPECIAL CLASSES
tion. Animals must have been shown in above classes
13. Transportation will be the responsibility of
buyer. 741270000 *Dairy Replacement Heifer, bred
heifer, 20-30 months.
14. Heifers would be subject to a 3% commis-
sion paid to the Dairy Replacement Sale Note: Fill in blank (__) with the number in
Committee. parentheses following the breed name above.
15. Heifers sold will not be eligible for leasing 74120__010 Producing Cow with 4-H
and showing at the state fair. Production Records, born before September 1,
2002. Cow to be shown with completed records.
16. Should a 4-H member’s heifer die or 74120__020 Dam and Daughter, cow and one
become unsound, a replacement can be made daughter owned by same 4-H member.
with Extension Agent and leader approval after 74120__030 4-H Member’s Dairy Herd, three
verification is complete. dairy animals owned by the same 4-H member.
Animal Science 741270500 *4-H Club Herd, 5 females owned
by 3 or more members
1. Dairy exhibitors are permitted the use of Dairy Showmanship
spray adhesive to set the top line on their ani-
mals. 741500000 Novice 741500002 Intermediate
2. If an animal that is eligible to show in the 741500001 Junior 741500003 Senior
Senior Yearling section has freshened, she will
show as a junior Two Year Old. Note: Purebred and grade animals are shown
Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one
of the following numbers. Dairy Goats
1. Junior Heifer Calf, born since March 1, 2006 All animals must comply with State Scrapies
2. Intermediate Heifer Calf, born from Dec. 1, Eradication program.
2005 to Feb. 28, 2006
3. Senior Heifer Calf, born from Sept. 1, 2005 Note: Animals with horns are not permitted. No
to Nov. 30, 2005. scurs allowed.
4. Junior Yearling Heifer, born from March 1, Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 45
of the following numbers. Note: Fill in the blank (__) in class number with one
of the following numbers.
1. Junior Doe Kid, April 1 to June 30, 2006 1. Junior Doe Kid, March 2 to June 1, 2006
2. Intermediate Doe Kid, March 1 to March 31, 2006 2. Intermediate Doe Kid, Dec. 2, 2005 to March 1,
3. Senior Doe Kid, Jan. 1 to Feb. 29, 2006 2006
4. Dry Yearling Doe, born in 2005 3. Senior Doe Kid, Sept. 2, 2005 to Dec. 1, 2005
5. Milking Yearling Doe, born in 2005 4. Yearling Doe, (not in Milk) Sept. 2, 2004 to Sept.
6. Mature Two Year Old Doe, born in 2004 1, 2005
7. Mature Doe, three years and under five years, 5. Yearling Doe, (in milk) Sept. 2, 2004 to Sept. 1,
born in 2002 or 2003 2005 (Does that have freshened at least once, not
8. Mature Doe, five years and under seven necessarily in milk at show time)
9. Aged Doe, seven years and older 6. Two Year Old Doe, Sept. 2, 2003 to Sept. 1, 2004
7. Three Year Old Doe, Sept. 2, 2002 to Sept. 1, 2003
8. Four and Five Year Old Doe, Sept. 2, 2000 to
7911010__0 Alpine (1) Sept. 1, 2002
7911020__0 Nubian (2) 9. Other Five Years old Doe, prior to Sept. 2, 2000
7911030__0 Saanen (3)
7911040__0 Toggenburg (4)
7911050__0 LaMancha (5) 7931000__0 Pygmy Doe
7911060__0 Oberhasli (6) 793100110 Pygmy Doe in Milk-all ages above
7911070__0 Grade/Crossbred (7) yearling competing
7911080__0 Other Breeds (8)
SPECIAL CLASS Animals must have been shown in the above classes
Animals must have been shown in the above classes
793200010 Dam and Produce, doe and one daugh-
Note: Fill in blank (__) with number in parentheses ter, owned by same 4-H member.
following the breed name above. 793200020 4-H Member’s Pygmy Goat Herd,
three female pygmy goats owned by the same 4-H
79120__010 Mature Doe with 4-H Production member.
records, born before January 1, 2004. Doe to be
shown with completed records from last lactation COUNTY ONLY*
79120__020 Dam and Daughter, doe and one off-
spring owned by same 4-H member 793170010* Wether, two years and under, born
79120__030 4-H Member’s Dairy Herd, three after Sept. 15, 2003
female dairy goats owned by the same 4-H mem- 793170020* Wether, three years and older, born
ber. before Sept. 15, 2002
793270500* 4-H Club Herd, 5 animals owned by
COUNTY ONLY* 3 or more members.
7911700__0* Wether, born in 2006
7911710__0* Wether, over year old, born before Pygmy Goat Showmanship
791270500 * 4-H Club Herd, five females owned 793500000 Novice 793500002 Intermediate
by three or more members-same club.
793500001 Junior 793500003 Senior
Dairy Goat Showmanship
791500000 Novice 791500002 Intermediate
All animals must comply with State Scrapies
791500001 Junior 791500003 Senior Eradication program
Horns on Fiber goats are used for body cooling.
All animals must comply with State Scrapies Horns will not be discriminated against.
Note: Fill in the blank (__) in class number with one
Note: Animals with horns are not permitted. No of the following numbers
1. Doe Kid, under one year, born in 2006
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2. Yearling Doe, born in 2005 shown with complete records from last kidding.
3. Aged Doe, born before 2005 795 200 020 Dam & Daughter. Doe and one off-
spring owned by the same 4-H member.
7921710__0* Angora (1) 795 200 030 Member’s Meat Goat Herd. Three
7921720__0* Cashmere (2) female meat goats owned by the same 4-H member.
7921730__0* Pygora (3) 795 300 000 State Fair Market Goat. Wethers and
7921740__0* Other (4) does competing (60 lbs. minimum by State Fair).
4-H Market Health Form required. Must have kid’s
SPECIAL CLASSES teeth. Wethers will be taken home.
Animals must have been shown in the above classes
Note: Fill in blank (__) with number in parentheses
following the breed name above. All wethers must comply with State Scrapies
79227__010* Doe and One Produce, owned by
same 4-H member 791370000 *Market Goat. Wethers and does com-
79227__020* 4-H Member’s Fiber Goat Herd, peting, 60-lb. minimum, must have kid’s teeth. 4-
three animals any sex and age, owned by same 4-H H Market Health Form required.
member. 795 300 010 *Wether – any age
79217__010* Wether, any age 795 300 020 * 4-H Club Herd (5 market animals
792270500* 4-H Club Herd, 5 animals owned owned by 3 or more members)
by 3 or more members.
Meat Goat Showmanship
Fiber Goat Showmanship
792500000 Novice 792500002 Intermediate * COUNTY ONLY
792500001 Junior 792500003 Senior 795 500 000 Novice* 795 500 002 Intermediate
Meat Goats 795 500 001 Junior 795 500 003 Senior
All animals must comply with State Scrapies Beef Cattle
Note: Animals with horns are not permitted. No Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of
scurs allowed. the following numbers.
1. Junior Calf (bull) born Jan. 1 – June 30, 2006
Note: Fill in the blank (__) in class number with one 2. Junior Calf (heifer), born Jan. 1 – June 30, 2006
of the following numbers 3. Senior Heifer Calf, born Sept 1 – Dec 31, 2005
4. Summer Yearling Heifer, born May 1 – Aug. 31,
1. Doe Kid, born between April 1 2006 and June 2005
30, 2006 5. Junior Yearling Heifer, born Jan 1 – April 30, 2005
2. Doe Kid, born between Jan. 1, 2006 to March 6. Senior Yearling Heifer, born Sept 1 – Dec. 31, 2004
31, 2006 7. Junior Cow, born July 1, 2003 –Aug 31, 2004
3. Doe Kid, born October 1, 2005 to December 8. Senior Cow, born before July 1, 2003
31, 2005 (must have calved within the preceding
4. Yearling Doe, born May 1, 2005 to September 12 months)
5. Yearling Doe, born January 1, 2005 to April 30, 7211010__0 Angus (Red) (01)
2005 7211020__0 Angus (Black) (02)
6. Mature Doe, born in 2004 7211030__0 Brahman (03)
7. Mature Doe, born in 2003 and earlier 7211040__0 Charolais (04)
7211050__0 Gelbvieh (05)
795 100 0__0 Meat Goat (does) 7211060__0 Hereford
(Horned or Polled) (06)
(All breeds competing)
7211070__0 Limousin (07)
SPECIAL CLASSES 7211080__0 Pinzgauer (08)
Animals must have been shown in the above classes 7211100__0 Saler (10)
7211110__0 Santa Gertrudis (11)
795 201 010 Mature Doe with 4-H Production 7211120__0 Shorthorn (12)
Records, born before January 1, 2003. Doe to be 7211130__0 Simmental (13)
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 47
7211140__0 Crossbred (14) North Country (02)
7211150__0 Other Breeds (15) 7711030__0 Columbia (03)
7711040__0 Corriedale (04)
SPECIAL CLASSES 7711050__0 Dorset (05)
Animals must have been shown in the above classes 7711060__0 Hampshire (06)
7711070__0 Lincoln (07)
NOTE: Fill in the blank (_) with the number in 7711080__0 Montadale (08)
parentheses following the breed. 7711090__0 Oxford (09)
7711100__0 Romney, white (10)
7212_ _ 010 Producing Cow with 4-H Production 7711110__0 Romney, (11)
records, born before Sept 1, 2004. Cow to be shown natural colored
with completed records 7711120__0 Shropshire (12)
7212_ _020 Dam and produce, cow and one off- 7711130__0 Southdown (13)
spring owned by same 4-H member. 7711140__0 Suffolk (14)
7212_ _030 4-H members Beef Herd – 3 breeding 7711150__0 Other Breeds (15)
animals owned by same 4-H member. 7711160__0 Crossbred
721300000 State Fair Market Steer – Steers less meat breeds (16)
than 21 months and at least 1000 lbs. by State Fair. (colored fleeces included)
(Recommended weight range: 1100-1300 lbs.) No 7711170__0 Crossbred wool breeds with white
maximum weight. 4-H Market Health Form fleeces (17)
required. Steers will be taken home. 7711180__0 Natural Colored wool class - wool
breeds only (18)
721270500* Club Herd – five market animals SPECIAL CLASSES
owned by three or more members (award to club Animals must have been shown in the above classes
721370000* Market Steer (Must grade USDA Note: Fill in blank (__) with the breed number
select or better) All steers shown in market classes found in parentheses following the breed listing.
are to be weaned by July 1 of year shown. It is rec-
ommended that steers be polled or de-horned. 7712_ _010 Producing Ewe with 4-H Records,
Required weight 900 pounds minimum. born before Sept. 1, 2004. Ewe to be shown with
721370200* Other Steers: Dairy type steers and completed records.
grass fed steers. 7712_ _020 Ewe and One Produce, Ewe and one
721370300* Feeder Steers, under weight for mar- produce (class 1,2 ,or 3) owned by the same 4-H
ket. member. If twins, both to be shown. (only ewe
lambs can be shown at State Fair)
7712_ _030 4-H Member’s Flock, Producing Ewe,
Beef Showmanship yearling ewe, ewe lamb, owned by the same 4-H
721500000 Novice 721500002 Intermediate 771300000 State Fair Market Lamb. Market lamb,
wethers and ewe lambs competing. (100 lbs mini-
721500001 Junior 721500003 Senior mum by State Fair). 4-H Market Health Form is
required. Lambs must be shorn within 7 days of the
Sheep show and must be shown with their front feet on the
ground. No muzzles allowed. Market Lambs will
All animals must comply with State Scrapies be taken home.
Eradication Program including ID tag.
Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of
the following numbers. 771275000 *4-H Club Herd, Five market animals
with three or more owners. Award to Club Treasury.
1.Spring Ewe Lamb, Jan. 1 to May 31, 2006 771370000 *Market Lamb, wether or ewe; 100lb.
2.Fall Ewe Lamb, Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 2005 (must minimum. A Maximum of 1/4" slick sheared wool
have lamb’s teeth) is allowed at fair.
3.Yearling Ewe, Sept. 1, 2004 to Aug. 31, 2005 771370200 *Feeder lamb, under weight for market
4.Producing Ewe, born before Sept. 1, 2004 (must 771270__ __0 *Ram Lamb, Sept. 1, 2005 to Aug.
have raised a lamb in 2006). 31, 2006
771271__ __0 *Yearling Ram Sept. 1, 2004 to
Aug. 31, 2005
7711010__0 Cheviot, Border (01) 771273__ __0 *Aged Ram, born before Sept. 1
7711020__0 Cheviot, 2004
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 48
Sheep Showmanship 7811030__0 Hampshire
771500000 Novice 771500002 Intermediate 7811060__0 Crossbred
7811070__0 Other Breeds
771500001 Junior 771500003 Senior
Wool & Mohair Animals must have been shown in the above Classes
781300000 State Fair Market Hog – barrows and
Each member is limited to a maximum of two gilts weighing 220 to 280lbs by State Fair time are
fleeces which may be in the same class. For State eligible. Hogs will be taken home.
fair, each member is limited to one fleece in a class. 781200010 Best Two Females (from Classes 1, 2 ,
Must have been shorn within the current year and 3 or 4)
be from animals owned by a 4-H member. Place 781200020 Production record Class (sow at home)
fleeces in a clear plastic bag with exhibitor name and Gilt being shown (from classes 1, 2, 3 or 4) All
and county clearly written with felt marker on breeds competing.
lower half of bag. The 4-H Wool Show Tag should
be inserted inside the bag and visible through the COUNTY ONLY*
bag. Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H Fleece
Exhibit Score Card (40-610) available at the coun- 781370000* Market Hog, barrow or gilt (required
ty Extension office or on the State 4-H website at, weight 210-280lbs.) Market Swine MUST be at
http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h least 40lbs. at Spring Weigh In
781370100* Sow Any Age
771401000 Chevoit 781270200* Feeder Hog (under weight for market,
771402000 Columbia max. weight 209lbs.)
771403000 Corriedale 781370300* Overweight (too heavy for market)
771404000 Dorset 781270400* 4-H Member Herd – three female
771405000 Hampshire animals owned by same 4-H member – breeds
771406000 Montadale shown together
771407000 Romney 781270500* 4-H Members Club Herd five market
771408000 Shropshire animals with three or more owners. Award to club
771409000 Southdown treasury.
771401100 Other Breeds
771401200 Cross Bred White Face Swine Showmanship
771401300 Cross Bred Black Face 781500000 Novice 781500002 Intermediate
771401400 Colored Fleece (any breed or cross)
771420000 Mohair 781500001 Junior 781500003 Senior
771470000* Other Animal Fibers Exhibition only. Participation Ribbons only,
Premiums not paid, COUNTY ONLY*
Indicate breed on Tag.
All 4-H Animal Exhibition Rules apply.
All colored fleeces (black, brown, etc.) must be
entered in Class 771401400 Colored Fleece, not in LLAMA/ ALPACA SHOWMANSHIP
individual breed or crossbred classes.
Includes handler’s grooming, attitude, health,
Swine appearance, & knowledge of animal care.
799570000 * Novice
Note: Fill in blanks in class number (__) with one 799570001 * Junior
of the following numbers. 799570002 * Intermediate
1.March-May Gilt, born March 1 to May 31, 2006 799570003 * Senior
2.February Gilt, born Feb.1 to Feb. 29, 2006
3.January Gilt, born Jan 1 to Jan 31, 2006 Poultry & Pigeons
4.Fall Gilt, born Aug. 1 to Dec. 31, 2005 and has not
farrowed •Fair judging procedures will follow the 4-H
Poultry Showmanship Rules, 4-H 1503
7811010__0 Berkshire •All birds must be plainly banded.
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 49
•4-H members must be present to show their own
birds. However, when an exhibitor has more than 731173000 *Pair of pullets
one bird on the table, another showman may be 731173100 *Young trio, Cockerel and two pullets
used. 731173200 *Old trio, Cock and two Hens
731300010* Fryer , pen of three (under 8 weeks) 4
•Recognized breeds will be judged separately to 6 pounds live weight. Only blue or better ribbon
•Animals used in Showmanship must be exhibited 731300020* Roaster, pen of three (8-16 weeks)
in Conformation Class. over 6 pounds live weight minimum. Blue or better
ribbon animals sold.
•Poultry members may exhibit a maximum of ten Birds will be weighed individually at fair. All
(10) chicken and other fowl exhibits and ten (10)
pigeon exhibits. (Note: Market Pen to count as one Other Fowl
Pairs and Trios should be the same breed and vari- breeds will compete together.
ety and count as one bird unit. Note: fill in blank in class number (__) with one of
the following numbers.
+ Breeds entered in the American Poultry
Association (APA) class are based on those birds 1.Young Female, hatched this year
found exclusively in the APA book titled, Standards 2.Young Male, hatched this year
of Perfection. 3.Old female, prior to this year’s hatch
++ The non-APA standard bred large fowl class 4.Old male, prior to this year’s hatch
would include birds found in standards other than
APA, like the British or Japanese Standards.
+++ The crossbred large fowl class would include 7311030__0 APA Standard Bred Duck
known backyard crosses, sex links and birds asso- 7311031__0 Commercial Nonstandard Breed
ciated with the OSU Animal Sciences Dept/Oregon and/or Crossbred Duck
Fryer Commission Pen of Fryers Contest. 7311040__0 APA Standard Bred Goose
7311041__0 Commercial Nonstandard Breed and
Chickens /or Crossbred Goose
7311050__0 APA Standard Bred Turkey
Note: Fill in blanks in class number (_) with one of 7311051__0 Commercial Nonstandard Breed
the following numbers. and/or Crossbred Turkey
7311060__0 Other (no emus or ostriches)
1.Pullet, hatched this year
2.Cockerel, hatched this year COUNTY ONLY*
3.Hen, prior to this year’s hatch 731300050* Single Market Turkey Hen, Under 1
4.Cock, prior to this year’s hatch year, minimum 10-lb. Judged on conformation,
condition, and uniformity. Only blue or better rib-
bon animals sold.
7311010__0 + APA Standard Bred Large Fowl 731300060* Single Market Turkey Tom, Under 1
7311011__0 ++ Non-Standard Bred Large Fowl year, minimum 17-lb. Judged on conformation,
7311012__0 +++ Cross-Bred Large Fowl condition, and uniformity. Only blue or better rib-
7311020__0 APA & ABA Standard Bred – Bantam bon animals sold.
7311021__0 Non Standard Bred Bantam 731300070* Market Ducks, Pen of 3 (less than 12
7311022__0 Cross Bred – Bantam weeks old) 5-8lbs. Only blue or better ribbon ani-
SPECIAL CLASS 731300080* Market Geese, Single Gander or
Single Goose (less than 20 weeks) 8-15lbs. Only
731200010 Pen of Laying Hens Three hens in pro- blue or better ribbon animals sold. Birds will be
duction. Hens should not have been shown in indi- weighed individually at fair. All breeds will com-
vidual classes and count as one entry. To be scored pete together.
on the following criteria:
Visible signs of production 40 points
Uniformity 30 points COUNTY ONLY*
Condition/Vigor 10 points
Cleanliness 10 points 731500000 Novice* 731500002 Intermediate
Feathering 10 points
731500001 Junior* 731500003 Senior
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 50
Pigeons of the following numbers.
NOTE: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one 01. American 12. Flemish Giant
of the following numbers 02. American Sable 13. Hotot
03. Angora (Giant) 14. Lop (English)
1.Young Hen 04. Beveren 15. Lop (French)
2.Young Cock 05. Californian 16. New Zealand
3.Old Hen 06. Champagne D’Argent 17. Palomino
4.Old Cock 07. Checkered Giant 18. Satin
08. Chinchilla (American) 19. Silver Fox
7321010__0 Homer 09. Chinchilla (Giant) 20. Crossbred
7321020__0 Performing 10. Cinnamon 00.*Other Heavyweight Breeds
7321030__0 Fancy 11. Crème D’Argent (County Only)
7321050__0 Doves Heavyweights
7611__ __010 Pre-Junior Doe, born after May 1,
Pigeon Showmanship 2006
7611__ __020 Junior Doe, born Feb. 1 to April 31,
COUNTY ONLY* 2006
7611__ __030 Intermediate Doe, born Dec. 1, 2005
732500000 Novice* 732500002 Intermediate to Jan. 31, 2006
7611__ __040 Senior Doe, born before Dec. 1,
732500001 Junior* 732500003 Senior 2005
7611__ __050 Pre-junior Buck, born after May 1,
7611__ __060 Junior Buck, born Feb. 1 to April 31,
Note: Fill in the blank in the class number with one 7611__ __070 Intermediate Buck, born Dec. 1,
of the following numbers. 2005 to Jan. 31, 2006
7611__ __080 Senior Buck, born before Dec.1,
4.Other Species 21. American Fuzzy Lop 35. Jersey Wooley
22. Angora (English) 36. Lilac
73140__010 White (1 dozen) 23. Angora (French) 37. Lop (Holland)
73140__020 Brown (1 dozen) 24. Angora (Satin) 38. Lop (Mini)
73140__030 Other (1 dozen) 25. Belgian Hare 39. Mini Rex
26. Britania Petite 40. Netherland Dwarf
Rabbits 27. Chinchilla-standard 41. Polish
28. Dutch 42. Rex
29. Dwarf Hotot 43. Rhinelander
•Must have a healed, permanent and legible ear tat- 30. English Spot 44. Silver
too. 31. Florida White 45. Silver Marten
•Does that are heavy with young or nursing litters 32. Harlequin 46. Tan
under six weeks of age will not be allowed. 33. Havana 47. Other Lightweight Breeds
•Any rabbit that does not fit in a breed standard 34. Himalayan & Lightweight Crossbreds
should be placed in the Crossbred class.
•Animals used in showmanship must be exhibited Lightweights
in Conformation class. Rabbits will be judged 7611__ __100 Junior Doe, born after Feb. 1, 2006
according to breed and variety. 7611__ __110 Senior Doe, born before Feb. 1,
•Rabbit members may exhibit a maximum of ten 2006
(10) animal exhibits. (Note: Market Pen to count as 7611__ __120 Junior Buck, born after Feb. 1, 2006
one (1) rabbit exhibit.) 7611__ __130 Senior Buck, born before Feb.1,
•4-H members must be present to show their own 2006
rabbit. However, when an exhibitor has more than
one animal on the table, another handler may be SPECIAL CLASSES
used. COUNTY ONLY*
•Individuals in Market Pen CANNOT be shown in
breed competition. 761200000* Doe, with production records, must
Note: fill in the blank in the class number with one
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 51
761300010* Fryer, 3 1/2 to 5 pounds, 56-70 days. Any cavy that does not fit in a breed standard
761300020* Market Pen –Three Fryers 3 1/2 to 5 should be placed in the Crossbred class.
pounds each, 56-70 days (judges on conformation, Animals used in showmanship must be exhibited in
condition and uniformity) Only blue ribbon or bet- Conformation class. Cavies will be judged accord-
ter animals sold. ing to breed and variety.
761300030* Roaster, 5 to 7 1/2 pounds, 69-90 days Cavy members may exhibit a maximum of ten (10)
761300040* Pen of Three Roasters 5 to 7 1/2 animal exhibits.
pounds each, 69-90 days (judged on conformation, 4-H members must be present to show their own
condition and uniformity) cavies. However, when an exhibitor has more than
one animal on the table, another handler may be
Rabbit Showmanship used.
761500000 Novice 761500002 Intermediate Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of
the following numbers.
761500001 Junior 761500003 Senior
1.Junior Sow, born after May 1, 2006
Rabbit Pelts & Tanned Products 2.Junior Boar, born after May 1, 2006
3.Intermediate Sow, born March 1 to April 30, 2006
Pelts must have been taken from rabbits owned by 4.Intermediate Boar, born March 1 to April 30, 2006
4-H member during the current year and must have 5.Senior Sow, born before March 1, 2006
been skinned, stretched and prepared by the 6.Senior Boar, born before March 1, 2006
Each member is limited to a maximum of two pelts. 7621020__0 Abyssinian Satin
They may be in the same class. They will be divid- 7621030__0 American
ed into sub-classes by weight for judging – fryer 7621040__0 American Satin
pelts, 2 ∏ to 4 ounces; baker pelts; 4 to 8 ounces; 7621050__0 Coronet
and mature pelts, over 8 ounces. A champion pelt 7621060__0 Peruvian
will be selected. 7621070__0 Peruvian Satin
Freedom from holes, flesh or fat, mildew, hutch 7621090__0 Silkie Satin
stains and general condition of the pelt will be con- 7621100__0 Teddy
sidered as well as the density, texture and quality of 7621110__0 Teddy Satin
the fur. 7621120__0 Texel
7621130__0 White Crested
Fill in the blank with the corresponding number for 7621140__0 Crossbred
Junior, Intermediate, or Senior.
2.Intermediate 762500000 Novice 762500002 Intermediate
762500001 Junior 762500003 Senior
76140001_ Raw Pelt, inside out tube stretched
and dried. Horses
76140002_ Tanned Pelt split at belly and tanned
flat. Note: 4-H Animal Exhibit rules apply to horses
76140003_ Tanned Rabbit Pelt Product, Each
member is limited to one product which as been Horse Show Rules
tanned and made into a useable product by the
member. 1. Effective January 1, 1996, all Oregon 4-H mem-
bers participating in any equestrian activity, regard-
Cavies less of riding seat, will wear a properly fitted eques-
trian helmet which meets the standards imposed by
All exhibitors must bring their own Cavy cages. the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM)
Animal health checks will be required beginning at F1163 and includes certification and labeling
7:00 a.m. on show day. Animals not passing the required by the Safety Equipment Institute (SEI).
health check will be immediately sent home. Such headgear will be secured with the harness
Animals may be in place by 8:00 AM and are engaged and be properly fastened when mounted
removed by 9:00 PM. on an equine or in a vehicle (cart, wagon, buggy,
Should have an ear tag to identify animal etc.) being pulled by one or more equine. A hat or
Sows that are pregnant or nursing will not be helmet will be required for showmanship.
allowed. 2. Chaps are only allowed in Trail Horse Class, and
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 52
half chaps are allowed in English. stances.
3. Members must ride, show, or exhibit horses they 19. A member may enter both English and Western
have owned and/or personally trained for 90 days Horsemanship classes, but only with the same
prior to the county fair. horse.
4. All horse members must have on file at the 20. Only one animal may be brought to the fair in
Clatsop County Extension office by April 28, 2006, the horse project and must be used for all contests
the 2006 4-H Fair Horse Declaration Form. 4-Her entered. Members entered in colt training may have
must declare his/her horse by April 28, to be eligi- a total of two horses.
ble to participate at fair. Any late entries will be 21. If a qualifying pony/horse driver also qualified
decided by Horse Leaders. to come in equitation and showmanship, they may
5. After April 28, 2006: No one except the bring both the driving pony/horse and the equitation
exhibitor and an approved leader (for safety rea- horse. The one pony/horse driver per county rule
sons) is allowed on a project horse anytime, includ- still applies. (State Fair Rule)
ing fair. Members must ride, show, or exhibit hors- 22. The following rules will apply to ground train-
es they have owned (or leased) and/or trained since ing.
April 28, 2006. They must use the same horse they a. 4-H members can enter other classes with
have exhibited at their county show for State Fair. one other horse.
No other rider except lessee or family members b. Colts will be released after the class is
may ride the horse between April 28 and State Fair. complete
No other rider except owner or family members c. Male colts older than 12 months must be
may ride the horse between April 28 and State Fair. gelded.
Family members are allowed to ride within the dec- d.The contestant will give the judge a list of exer-
laration period for pleasure purposes only. cises to be attempted, age of the member, and age
Academy Horses Excluded of the colt and length of training period. Items to be
6. Members leasing a horse must have a lease demonstrated are outlined in step 4-B of the 4-H
agreement on file with the Extension Office by Advancement Program. Fifteen minutes will be
April 28, 2006, and may not terminate until after allowed.
County Fair or State Fair.
7. Horse substitutions may be allowed after April e.4-H members are not allowed to ride foal prior to
28, but rider will forfeit eligibility for special Fair use in ground training classes.
Awards, Champion and Reserve Champion
Ribbons, and State Fair considerations. f.The Ground Training class is open to weanlings,
Consideration for substitution will be a vet check yearlings, and 2-year-olds.
from a licensed veterinarian and certification that
the horse is unsound. g.Animals entered in ground training classes are not
8. No hoof polish is to be applied. Glitter & to have been mounted at any time.
"Decorating" of horses is allowed in Western
Games only. h.Colts may be entered in showmanship, but not
9. Members and attendants must be neat, clean, and equitation or driving.
dressed with hard-soled shoes or boots, long
sleeved shirts, and long pants. i.Only yearlings and 2-year-olds are allowed at state
10. In performance, Mechanical Hackamores, Slip fair.
or Gag bits are NOT allowed.
11. Double twisted wire snaffle is NOT allowed in j.4-H members can enter other classes with one
English. other horse.
12. In showmanship, members exhibiting in
English attire may show in a breed appropriate k.Colts will be releases after the class is complete.
13. Tapaderos will NOT be allowed. 23. Fair authorities will disqualify any member
14. A curb strap will be required on all Western who brings an animal that is deemed to be a men-
snaffle bits. ace to the safety of the public or exhibitors.
15. Whips. On longer than 36" for hunt seat and Members will be required to remove such animals
48" for dressage and saddle seat (including lash). immediately.
16. It will be optional to change hands in show- 24. 4-H members shall furnish their own grain and
manship when backing. May NOT change hands to clean water buckets.
set up in showmanship. 25. Horses must be inoculated for flu, tetanus,
17. May set up according to breed standards in West Nile Virus, and rhino pneumonitis upon entry.
showmanship…stretching Western is acceptable. Inoculations must be current.
18. Horses must be gentle and well trained. No 26. Ponies will now be considered as such at 56"
stallions or wet mares (foal must be weaned 10 days or smaller. They may be divided into two cate-
prior to the Fair) may be shown, nor will any stal- gories, small: under-48" and large: 48-56 inches.
lion be permitted on the grounds under any circum- 27. Rules followed by the Judges are listed in
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 53
Publication No. 4-H1301 4-H Horse Contest Guide, 75110021__ Yearlings, born in 2005
available at the Extension Office. 75110022___ Two-Year-Old Gelding or Filly, born
28. The time limit for Drill Team will be 4 minutes in 2004
maximum for each club.
30. Academy Horse may be ridden by more than Gaming Classes
one person at pre-fair and county fair in Academy
classes only, but only one rider per horse in an age Premiums Paid
group. Academy riders are 4-H members who do
not own the horse but have a partial lease of the Note: Fill in the blank in the class number with the
horse. The horse used by Academy riders may be number to indicate age class of exhibitor
used and ridden by other riders throughout the year,
including during the Declaration period. Academy 0-Novice 1-Junior 2-Intermediate 3-Senior
riders must be enrolled 4-H horse members and the
horse declared as an Academy horse by April 28, 75180001__ Figure 8
2006. Academy classes are county only. All other 4- 75180002__ Barrels
H horse rules apply. 75180003 __ Key Race
31. State Fair qualifying 4-Hers must have a mini- 75180004__ Pole Bending
mum combined score in Equitation and 75180005__ Flag Race
Showmanship of 170 points. Additionally, both
contributing scores must be 80 points or higher. Gaming Times are as follows:
32. All Hunt Seat Over Fence riders must also qual-
ify at State Fair over a qualifying jump. Junior
Blue Red White
CONSEQUENCES: If these above rules are not Key Race
adhered to, one of the following consequences will 12.000 & less 12.001 – 16.000 16.001 & more
be enforced: Barrels
Disqualification 19.000 & less 19.001-23.00 23.001 & more
4-H member will not be allowed to take champion 13.500 & less 13.501-15.000 15.001 & more
ribbons, go into champion classes or attend State Pole Bending
Fair. 27.500 & less 27.501-32.000 32.001 & more
NSCA Flag Race
Regular Classes 11.000 & less 11.001-13.000 13.001 & more
Premiums Paid Intermediate
Blue Red White
Note: Fill in the blank in the class number with the Key Race
number to indicate age class of exhibitor 10.700 & less 10.701 – 14.500 14.501 & more
0-Novice 1-Junior 2-Intermediate 3-Senior 16.600 & less 16.601– 18.300 18.301 & more
75110011__ English Equitation – Saddle Seat 12.000 & less 12.001 – 12.900 12.901 & more
75110012__ English Equitation – Hunt Seat Pole Bending
75110013__ Western Equitation 25.500 & less 25.501 – 28.900 28.901 & more
75110016__ Hunt Seat over Fences NSCA Flag Race
75110031__ Trail Horse 9.300 & less 9.301 – 11.000 11.001 & more
75110041__ Pleasure Pony, Harness
75110042__ Pleasure Horse, Harness Senior
7511005__ __ Dressage (in first blank, insert num- Blue Red White
ber to indicate test level, next insert number to indi- Key Race
cate age class) 10.400 and less 10.401 – 12.700 12.701 and more
1. Training Level, test 2 16.200 and less 16.201 – 17.900 17.901 and more
2. Training Level, test 3 Figure 8
3. Training Level, test 4 11.500 and less 11.501 – 12.200 12.201 and more
4. First Level, test 1 Pole Bending
5. First Level, test 2 25.000 and less 25.201 – 28.600 28.601 and more
6. First Level, test 3 NSCA Flag Race
7. First Level, test 4 9.000 and less 9.001 – 10.500 10.501 and more
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 54
Horse Showmanship 3. Dogs are not permitted on the fairgrounds except
to participate in 4-H Dog classes and then only in
designated areas. Dogs may not be taken to other
751500000 Novice 751500002 Intermediate areas of the fairgrounds, even if on leash. Guide
Dogs should wear guide dog blankets while on
751500001 Junior 751500003 Senior grounds. Dogs must use the relief area provided and
members are responsible for clean-up.
Special Classes 4. Exhibitors are discouraged from wearing low cut
tops, mini-skirts, dresses with slits above the knee,
Premiums not paid, COUNTY ONLY* contest halter tops, etc. Pants should ride at the natural
waist line. Obedience exhibitors are encouraged to
Note: fill in the blank (__) in the class number to wear white shirts with collar and appropriate foot
indicate age class of exhibitor. wear. Check with leader or superintendent for
appropriate attire before show day.
75117027__ * 1st year rider, 7th grade and over 5. All dogs must be crated or placed in exercise
75117024__ * English Bareback pens approved by superintendent, except when
75117025__ * Western Bareback being shown or exercised in an appropriate area.
75117022__ * English Pleasure, Hunt Dogs may not be left unattended on the fairgrounds,
75117021__ * English Pleasure, Saddle even while crated in the dog show area. Members
75117023__ * Western Pleasure wishing to leave the area, even for a few minutes
75117026__ * Hunter Hack must leave someone in charge of their dog. All
75117032__ * English Equitation, Hunt Seat, Walk dogs must be removed from the show area one-hour
Trot after the show. Failure to comply with these rules
75117031__ * English Equitation, Saddle Seat, may result in ribbons and premiums being withheld
Walk Trot and dog and member being excused from the fair-
75117033__ * Western Equitation, Walk Trot grounds.
6. Any dog being shown in regular class must be
Academy Classes trained by and owned or co-owned by the 4-H'er. 4-
H members should be knowledgeable about groom-
Premiums not paid, COUNTY ONLY* classes. ing their project dogs. All grooming on fairgrounds
must be done by 4-H members. Leaders and par-
Note: Fill in the blank in the class number with the ents should give only verbal assistance if necessary.
number to indicate age class of exhibitor 7. Any 4-H dog that has obtained a score of 180 or
more at a prior county or state fair must go to the
0-Novice 1-Junior 2-Intermediate 3-Senior next higher obedience class. Those dogs not ready
to move up will compete in the Exhibition only
75117041__ *English Equitation – Saddle Seat class which is a county only event and forfeit
75117042__ *English Equitation – Hunt Seat County awards and State Fair eligibility.
75117043__ *Western Equitation 8. Any dog holding a recognized AKC Obedience
75117044__ *Hunt Seat over Fences title or equivalent by January 31, per owner’s record
75117045__ *Trail Horse must compete in the next higher obedience class at
75117046__ *Pleasure Pony, Harness fair or enter Exhibition only class which is a coun-
75117047__ *Pleasure Horse, Harness ty only event and forfeit County awards and State
75117048__ *Walk Trot Fair eligibility.
75117049__ *Walk Jog 9. Dogs must wear properly fitted collars so the dog
is unable to escape, for example, collars of chain or
Dogs fabric with a ring on each end or a flat buckle collar
are acceptable. Collars with prongs or spikes, elec-
1. Each member must participate in one showman- tronic collars and special training collars (such as a
ship class. Members may enter a dog in each obe- halite or gentle leader) are not allowed. Nothing
dience class and special classes. The same dog may shall hang from the collars. Outside the ring, head
not be entered in more than one obedience class. collars are permitted, however prong collars, or
Members must bring same dog(s) to State Fair that electrical training devises are not allowed at any
was shown at County Fair. time.
2. Members bringing their dogs to County Fair are 10. If found in violation of any of the above rules,
required to have their dogs currently vaccinated all ribbons, trophies and premiums may be with-
against rabies, DHLP, bordetella, and Parvo Virus. held.
No health certificate is required. However, if a dog
has a visible skin or physical problem, a certificate Dog Show Day Schedule (Thursday)
from a veterinarian is required indicating that the 8:00 – 9:00 am Deliver dogs and Register
condition is not contagious nor harmful to the dog 9:00 – 9:15 am Judges Orientation
or other dogs during competition. Females in sea- 9:15 – 9:45 am Show Starts
son will be shown at the end of the day.
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 55
Mid-Day Trick Class & Costume Class 76317031__ *Dog Agility, Standard Course
All Day Dog Judging 76317040__ *Dog Rally Obedience
Dog Agility Schedule (Friday)
9:00 a.m. Deliver dogs and Register DOG OBEDIENCE TEAM
Premiums not paid, COUNTY ONLY* classes.
Agility & Rally Obedience
Members delivering dogs will use the service road 763170501 * Obedience Team, Junior
to the show area. Vehicles can load and unload dogs 763170502 * Obedience Team, Intermediate
and equipment, then proceed to the 4-H parking, or 763170503 * Obedience Team, Senior
general parking lot.
Participation Ribbons only, Premiums not paid,
Dog Showmanship COUNTY ONLY*
763500000 Novice 763500002 Intermediate 763170800 *Trick Class
763170900 *Costume Class (Costume cost not to
763500001 Junior 763500003 Senior exceed $10.00)
764000000 Guide Dog Evaluation FIRST YEAR CLASSES
Premiums not paid, COUNTY ONLY* classes.
763170600 * Pre-novice Dog Obedience, 7th grade
Note: fill in blank in class number (__) with corre- and over
sponding number to indicate age class. 763170700 * Dog Showmanship, 7th grade and
0 Novice 1 Junior
Those youth that choose to participate in First Year
2 Intermediate 3 Senior Classes are not eligible for State Fair
76310011__ Pre-Novice Dog Obedience Cats
76310012__ Novice Dog Obedience
76310014__ Graduate Novice Dog Obedience 1. All cats must be checked-in by superintendent
76310016__ Advanced Graduate Novice Dog before caging on morning of the show. Animal
Obedience health checks will be required prior to beginning of
76310017__ Open Dog Obedience show. Cats that show evidence of fleas, ear mites,
76310018__ Open Challenge Dog Obedience or other contagious conditions will be immediately
76310019__ Utility Dog Obedience sent home.
76310020__ Veteran/Handicapped Dog Obedience 2. Cats with unclipped claws will not be allowed to
Note: Graduate Novice B is limited to dogs that 3. No pregnant or nursing cats.
have received a blue ribbon in Graduate Novice at 4. Adult cats must show proof of vaccination for
a previous fair; members can continue to show in rabies and panleukopenia (distemper) prior to 30
Graduate Novice B indefinitely. days before the show. Kittens under six months will
not be required to have a rabies vaccination.
Brace Class 5. Kittens must be at least four months old at the
time of show.
763100080 Brace Class, Novice 6. Cats must be housed in appropriate travel carri-
763100081 Brace Class, Junior er and must have food, water and access to litter pan
763100082 Brace Class, Intermediate during day. Cage cards must be displayed.
763100083 Brace Class, Senior 7. Cats MUST have a cat harness, not a collar. Cats
must be harnessed and leashed at all times, in the
Special Classes cage and for all classes. NO EXCEPTIONS.
8. Exhibitor is responsible for the care of the cat
Premiums not paid, COUNTY ONLY* classes during the show and getting it to judging table.
9. Member must supply own carpet square for
Note: fill in blank in class number (__) with corre- showing animals at the show table.
sponding number to indicate age class. 10. Cats must be removed by end of day.
0 Novice 1 Junior Special Classes
2 Intermediate 3 Senior COUNTY ONLY*
Cat Care and Health: Includes condition of cat,
76317030__ *Dog Agility, Jumpers Coarse health consideration (vaccination, parasite, and
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 56
birth control, weight, teeth.) will go to Large Clubs. Clubs with 1 (one) to 9
(nine) members will be judged as small clubs.
765170100 * Kittens--4 to 8 months Clubs with 10 (ten) or more members will be
765170200 * Whole Female--8 months to 5 judged as large clubs.
765170210 * Whole Female--5 years and over CLUB MEMBERS – (3 points) each am/pm
765170300 * Whole Male--8 months to 5 years Present - 1 point
765170310 * Whole Male--5 years and over Courtesy - 1 point
765170400 * Altered Female--8 months to 5 Presentation was Appropriate (attentive to animals)
years - 1 point
765170410 * Altered Female--5 years and older
765170500 * Altered Male--8 months to 5 years ANIMALS (3 points) each am/pm
765170510 * Altered Male--5 years and older Clean - 1 point
Secure 1 point
Cat Showmanship Feed & Watered Daily - 1 point
Includes handler’s grooming, attitude, knowledge BARNS (4 points) each am/pm
of cat care & health and cat’s grooming and appear- Pens Clean - 1 point
ance. Alley Clean - 1 point
Feed Area Neat - 1 point
765570000 * Cat Showmanship, Novice Stall Cards Up & Decorations Appropriate &
76557000 1 * Cat Showmanship, Junior Informative - 1 point
76557000 2 * Cat Showmanship, Intermediate
76557000 3 * Cat Showmanship, Senior TOTAL 10 points each am/pm
Educational Display - Cats Pocket Pets
An educational exhibit relating to breeds, anatomy, County Only Classes*
care of, or showing of cats. One entry per exhibit.
Judging will be based on design, originality, cre- 1. One entry per member.
ativity and educational value. 2. Animals such as: hamster, rat, turtle, reptiles, fish,
canary, etc. in cages will be allowed
Note: Fill in the blank in class number with number 3. This project will have 2 separate parts to it: a
to indicate level. journal and the animal.
1 Junior -The journal will be entered as a hall exhibit on
2 Intermediate Sunday, fair entry day for all participants.
4 Club (two or more members). Club exhibits must -The animal (and cage/home) will be judged on:
be entered under the club name.
Members in grades 4-12: Wednesday, Aug. 2 at
00020000__ Other (Cats & others project areas 5:00 p.m. in the Small Animal arena at fair Friday,
not listed with specific Educational Display num- Aug. 4,
bers) K-3 Adventures members: They will bring their
animals and exhibit with the other adventure mem-
Club Herdsmanship bers on Friday, Aug. 4, 6:00-8:30 p.m. in the Small
Animal arena at fair.
4-H Livestock, horse, and small animal clubs will · If you choose not to show your animal, your
be judged on herdsmanship with the following journal only will be judged. In that case you will
score sheet: forfeit the interview and animal scores and not be
The 4-H program has volunteers to judge horse, eligible for Champion and Res. Champion
livestock, and small animal project members, ani- Ribbons. (4-12 grade members only)
mals and areas. Herdsmanship judges will judge · Project animals will be brought to fair for judg-
members according to their personal appearance, ing time only, returning home after they have been
presence in project areas, and being courteous. judged
Animals should be clean, fed and watered daily, and · All journal pages should be in plastic protec-
comfortable. The project area barn space should tors and a brad or Acco type flat folder (no 3-ring
always be clean. Pens, alleys, tack pens, decora- binders). Photos are encouraged in the journal and
tions, etc. should be free of debris, manure, leftover should be placed in the back. May have up to three
food, etc. pages of photos. (Maximum of 10 pages, including
There will be 2 awards given in Herdsmanship. photos).
One award will go to Small Clubs and one award · Journal will be on display all week in the hall
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 57
· All journals must be labeled with name, divi- Dahlias, under 3” disbudded (3)
sion (K-3, Jr, Int., Sr.) , and club name on the front. Dahlias, 3-6” diameter, disbudded (1)
The journal must provide information about: Dahlias, 6” & over disbudded (1)
Gladiolus (1) Spike
o Type of pet Gloriosa Daisy (3) Blooms
o Why you chose this type of pet Lilies (1) Stalk
o Care Marigold, African (1) Bloom
o Food Marigold, French (3) Stems
o Housing Nasturtiums (3) Blooms
o Expenses (required for 4-12 graders, optional Petunia (3) Stems
for K-3 members) Roses, Miniature (1) Spray
Roses, grown in clusters - more than 3 blooms (1)
Roses, hybrid tea disbudded (1) Bloom
Judging will be based on the following: Roses, Other (1) Bloom
Interview, Animal & Environment, Journal Snapdragons (3) Spikes
Statice (1) Spray
Note: Fill in the blank (__) in class number with Straw Flowers (1) Stem
number to indicate level. (Adventure members Sunflowers, (1) Bloom
leave blank) Zinnias (3) Blooms
Other Perennial Cut Flowers (1) Spray, (1) Large
1. Junior Bloom, (3) Small Blooms
2. Intermediate Other Annual Cut flowers (1) Spray, (1) Large
3. Senior Bloom, (3) Small Blooms
76917000__ *Pocket Pets DEFINITIONS:
Bloom: an individual flower, one blossom to a
Spike: a stalk carrying many stemless or nearly
Flowers & Ornamentals Spray: a portion of a plant with a number of flow-
ers on one.
The class and kind of flower must appear on the Stem: a stem with one or more flowers
exhibit tag attached to the exhibit. The number of Disbudded: removal of the lateral buds along the
flowers required for each exhibit can be found in stem of the flower.
parentheses after each flower type. In an exhibit of
three blooms, all blooms must be the same color. CUT FLOWERS
Each flower is to have foliage attached or include
foliage. Exhibitors can enter only one entry in each
class with the exception of the “Other, Perennial
Cut Flowers” and the “Other, Annual Cut Flowers”. 713100011 Juniors, exhibitors limited to 3 separate
Exhibitors may show all or a portion of their flower types
allowed/allotted flower exhibits in either of the 713100012 Intermediate, exhibitors limited to 4
Other classes. The total number of cut flower separate flower types
exhibits may not exceed 3 for Juniors, 4 for 713100013 Senior, exhibitors limited to 5 separate
Intermediates, or 5 for Seniors. Containers will be flower types
provided for cut flowers. Arrangement exhibits will
be displayed in the container provided by the Arrangements
exhibitor. Exhibitors may use a holding device to
secure arrangements. Each exhibit will receive a Flowers may be grown or purchased by the
ribbon. Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H Cut exhibitor
Flowers Exhibit Score Card (40-644) and the 4-H
Floral Arrangement Exhibit Score Card (40-642), 713420011 Juniors, arrangement of fresh flowers
available at the County Extension Office or on the in a suitable container.
State 4-H website at, http://oregonstate.edu/exten- 713420012 Intermediates, arrangement of fresh
sion/4h flowers, any choice of design.
713420013 Seniors, arrangement of fresh flowers,
Asters (3) Blooms any choice of design
Bachelor Buttons (3) Blooms 713420023 Seniors, arrangement of fresh flowers,
Calendulas (3) Blooms with State fair theme.
Chrysanthemums (1) Spray 713420033 Seniors, miniature arrangement using
Cosmos (3) Blooms dried or fresh materials, no larger than 8”x 8”x 8”.
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 58
DRIED MATERIALS what was learned. Display not to exceed 30” wide
Materials may be grown or purchased by the x 24” deep and 36” high.
exhibitor 716 300 013 Commercial exhibit of plants (flat or
market package). Include planting dates, costs
713130041 Juniors arrangements of dried materi- incurred, and suggested retail pricing.
713130042 Intermediates arrangement of dried Flowers You Wear
713130043 Seniors arrangement of dried materials COUNTY ONLY* Contest
Container Gardening Corsages, boutonnières and wrist corsages must be
made by the exhibitor. Exhibitors may enter one
Plants entered in Container Gardening must be exhibit in each class number. Entries can be made
grown by the exhibitor. Exhibitors may enter only from either fresh flowers or artificial/dried flowers.
one exhibit in each class number. Member's name Fresh flowers can be grown or purchased. Hall
and county should be securely attached to the bot- Exhibit. Enter on entry day. Judging will take place
tom of each container. Exhibits exceeding 30 after flower arranging contest, refrigeration will be
pounds or measuring larger than 30" x 30" will not provided. Members must be enrolled in the
be accepted. A 5" x 8" information card or piece of Horticulture project area.
paper including common name, scientific name and
care of plants(s) must be firmly attached to the Fresh Flowers
exhibit. Judging criteria are outlined in 4-H 713170101 *Juniors
Container Garden Exhibit Score Card (40-640) 713170102 *Intermediate
available at the county Extension office. 713170103 *Senior
CONTAINER GARDENING, JUNIOR Artificial/Dried Flowers
716 115 011 Terrarium (closed container) 713170201 *Juniors
716 115 021 Dish Garden 713170202 *Intermediate
716 114 031 Houseplant 713170203 *Senior
716 113 041 Patio Plant
716 112 051 Potted Vegetable Vegetables
716 116 001 Potted Herbs (must include 2 herbs)
716 117 061 Other, for exhibits that do not fit in The publication “Selecting and Preparing
above classes. Vegetables for Exhibit”, 4-H2334, should be used
by exhibitors as a reference. This publication spec-
CONTAINER GARDENING, INTERMEDIATE ifies the number of vegetables required or plate and
716 115 012 Terrarium (closed container) collection exhibits and also provides tips for select-
716 115 022 Dish Garden ing and preparing vegetables for exhibit. Note that
716 114 032 Houseplant exhibitors can enter only one exhibit in each class
716 113 042 Patio Plant with the exception of 26. Judging criteria are out-
716 112 052 Potted Vegetable lined on the 4-H Vegetable Collection exhibit (40-
716 116 002 Potted Herbs (must include 4 herbs) 648) and the 4-H Vegetable Garden Exhibit (40-
716 117 062 Other, for exhibits that do not fit in 646) score cards, which are at the county Extension
above classes. office or on the State 4-H website at, http://oregon-
716 200 012 Display. An experiment with plant(s) state.edu/extension/4h Plate exhibits will be exhib-
in containers. Exhibit must show and include a writ- ited on 9” paper plates. Vegetable Collection
ten explanation of what was done and a summary of exhibits must fit on a tray 18 1/2 “ x 14 1/2” 2 3/4”.
what was learned. Display not to exceed 30” wide Paper plates and trays will be provided.
x 24” deep x 36” high.
Classes-Number of vegetables required in paren-
CONTAINER GARDENING, SENIOR theses.
716 115 013 Terrarium (closed container) Bean, dry (5 beans)
716 115 023 Dish Garden Beans, lima (5)
716 114 033 Houseplant Beans, Snap (5)
716 113 043 Patio Plant Beans, Wax (5)
716 112 053 Potted Vegetable Beans, Horticultural (5)
716 116 003 Potted Herbs (must include 6 herbs) Beets (5)
716 117 063 Other, for exhibits that do not fit in the Broccoli (1) main head or (5) side shoots
above classes. Carrots (5)
716 200 013 Display. An experiment with plant(s) Corn, Sweet (2)
in containers. Exhibit must show and include a writ- Cucumbers, Slicing (2)
ten explanation of what was done and a summary of Cucumbers, Lemon (2)
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 60
attached to the bottom of each container. Exhibits herbs in same amounts a dried herb exhibit).
exceeding 30 pounds or measuring larger than 30”
x 30” will not be accepted. Juniors may display Natural Science
only herbs listed in Table one. A junior herb con-
tainer garden must include 2 herbs from Table One.
An Intermediate herb container garden includes at Forestry
least 4 herbs, of the 4 at least 2 must be from Table
Two. A senior herb container garden includes at WHO MAY EXHIBIT
least 6 herbs. At least 2 or the 6 herbs in the Senior Junior, Intermediate and Senior members may
herb container garden must be from Table Three. make one or more exhibits - one mounted as a
Forestry Specimen and one in each qualified
712116001 Potted Herbs, Junior, (must include 2 Advanced Forestry exhibit class. Please refer to the
herbs) 4-H Forestry Exhibit Requirements and Classes (4-
712116002 Potted Herbs, Intermediate, (must H 33121). Note: Each exhibit must be labeled with
include 4 herbs) the member's name, county and class number. For
712116003 Potted Herbs, Senior, (must include 6 members who have previously been in 4-H forestry,
herbs) exhibit all their mounts (the total number of mounts
will be higher than listed in the division through
HERB EXHIBITS, FRESH CUT 2010 fair), but only the 5 new ones will be judged.
Fresh cut herbs with their own vegetables class, If you want to redo mounts to meet the new require-
such as onions and garlic, should be exhibited in ments you may do so.
that class, not in the Fresh Cut Herb classes.
MOUNTED FORESTRY SPECIMENS
712117001 Herbs, Fresh Cut, Junior, (one bunch Tree and shrub specimens exhibited must be listed
with stems one inch in diameter) on the official forestry specimens list available in 4-
712117011 Cut Herb Collection, (include 3 differ- H Forestry Exhibit Requirements and Classes (4-H
ent herbs in same amounts as fresh cut exhibit) 33121). For Seniors exhibiting wildflowers and
712117002 Herbs, Fresh Cut, Intermediate, (one ferns use the "Other Reference Texts" list.
bunch with stems one inch in diameter) Intermediate and Senior members must use the
712117012 Cut Herb Collection, (include 4 differ- Specimen Collection Site Analysis Sheet for each
ent herbs in same amounts as fresh cut exhibit) specimen collected.
712117003 Herbs, Fresh Cut, Senior, (one bunch
with stems one inch in diameter) JUNIOR DIVISION
712117013 Cut Herb Collection, (5 different herbs 441 100 011 Forestry, Junior First Year, index, 5
in same amounts as fresh cut exhibit) mounts, all must be trees.
441 100 021 Forestry, Junior Second & Third Year,
HERB EXHIBITS, DRIED index, 10-15 mounts, all must be trees. Only the
The information card must include drying method. index and 5 new mounts will be judged.
Basil, chives, dill leaves, fennel and parsley should INTERMEDIATE & SENIOR DIVISIONS
not be exhibited dried because they are best pre- The number of mounts may vary depending on the
served by freezing. Display all herbs in a self-clos- number of years in the project. All mounts should
ing bag: one inch bunch secured with a twist tie or be exhibited. The new mounts should be placed in
three tablespoons dried leaves or one tablespoon of front of the old mounts in the book. Only the index
dried seeds. and 5 new mounts with site analysis sheets will be
712118001 Herbs, Dried, Junior, display all herbs Intermediates new mounts may include trees and
in a self-closing bag: one inch bunch secured with a shrubs. Seniors new mounts may include trees,
twist tie or three tablespoons dried leaves or one shrubs, ferns and wildflowers.
tablespoon of dried seeds 441 100 012 Forestry, Intermediate First Year, the
712118011 Herbs, Dried Collection, Junior, (3 number of mounts may vary from 5 to 20.
herbs in same amounts as dried herb exhibit) 441 100 022 Forestry, Intermediate Second &
712118002 Herbs, Dried, Intermediate, display all Third Year, the number of mounts vary from 10 to
herbs in a self-closing bag: one inch bunch secured 30.
with a twist tie or three tablespoons dried leaves or 441 100 013 Forestry, Senior First Year, the num-
one tablespoon of dried seeds ber of mounts may vary from 5 to 35.
712118012 Herbs, Dried Collection, Intermediate, 441 100 023 Forestry, Senior Second & Third
(4 herbs in same amounts as dried herb exhibit) Year, the number of mounts may vary form 10 to
712118003 Herbs, Dried, Senior, display all herbs 45.
in a self-closing bag: one inch bunch secured with a
twist tie or three tablespoons dried leaves or one ADVANCED FORESTRY EXHIBITS
tablespoon of dried seeds These classes are open to Forestry members.
712118013 Herbs, Dried Collection, Senior, (5 Members may exhibit in one topic or make one
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 61
exhibit by combining topics. Junior and relating to conservation of soils and range.
Intermediate members exhibit 10 or more speci- 41120003(_) Conservation an educational exhibit
mens; Senior members exhibit 15 or more speci- relating to conservation of water and marine life.
mens. All must have been collected in the current 4- 41120004(_) Conservation an educational exhibit
H year. relating to conservation of forest and wildlife.
441200511 Junior First Year Forestry Member,
advanced exhibit Exhibit: An educational exhibit relating to conser-
vation of soil, water, forests, marine life, range, or
Topic include: cones, tree seeds, conks, damage wildlife. May not exceed 30” in width, 24”deep,
specimens, bark, wood mounts, lumber mounts or (front to back), and 36” high. Include explanation
other educational displays. to the judge as outlined under Educational Display
in fair book.
NOTE: Fill in blank in class number (__) with cor-
responding number for Junior, Intermediate, or Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H Educational
Senior. One exhibit per class number. Poster/Display Score Sheet (40-463) available at
the county Extension office or on the State 4-H
1. Junior 2. Intermediate 3. Senior website at, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h
44120052 (_) Advanced Forestry Exhibit using one Entomology
or combining the topics of cones, seeds and bark.
44120053(_) Advanced Forestry Exhibit using one Note: Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the
or combining the topics of conks and damage member’s name, county and class number. All
specimens. insects must be collected in the current year for
44120054(_) Advanced Forestry Exhibit using one Juniors First Year. At least 50% of those displayed
or combining the topics of wood mounts and lum- by Juniors Second and Third Year, Intermediates
ber mounts. and Seniors must have been collected in the current
44120055(_) Advanced Forestry Exhibit, educa- year.
tional display (i.e., management plans, tree farm
maps, model camp sites, career opportunities, 821100011 Entomology, Junior First Year, 10
forestry concept or use your imagination to create insects, at least 8 orders.
your own display). 821100021 Entomology, Junior Second and Third
Year 20 insects, at least 10 orders.
Exhibit may be flat board or three dimensional. 821100012 Entomology, Intermediate First Year 15
Three dimensional display size maximum is 30” in to 35 insects, at least 12 orders.
length, 24” deep (front to back), and 36” high. 821100022 Entomology, Intermediate Second and
Include explanation to the judge as outlined under Third Year 35 insects, at least 12 orders
Educational Display in fair book. The flat board 821100013 Entomology, Senior First Year 25 to 50
maximum size is 22” by 28”. Refer to guidelines in insects, at least 15 orders.
the 4-H Forestry Exhibit Requirements” 1998 for 821100023 Entomology, Senior Second and Third
specific advanced forestry exhibit details. Year 50 insects, at least 15 orders.
Educational Display exhibits are scored using the
Educational Display Check Sheet (40-463), avail- Judging will be based on condition of specimens,
able at the county Extension office or on the State mounting, labeling, attractiveness, current number
4-H website at, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h of specimens, correct identification and educational
value of exhibit. Additional information is found in
Conservation the Entomology Project Manual (4H3221L-July
1995). Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H
Note: Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the Entomology Exhibit Score Sheet (40-605) available
member’s name, county and class number. at the county Extension office or on the State 4-H
Open to all 4-H members regardless of project website at, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h
NOTE: Fill in blank in class number (__) with cor- OTHER ENTOMOLOGY EXHIBITS
responding number for Junior, Intermediate or Note: Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the
Senior. member’s name, county and class number. First
year exhibitors in an exhibit category may use
411200011 Conservation, Junior, First Year, an edu- insects collected in previous years. Succeeding
cational exhibit relating to conservation of soil, years exhibits in the same exhibit category must
water, forests, marine life, range or wildlife. include some insects collected in the current year.
821100511 Other Entomology Exhibits, First Year
1. Junior (second & third year) Junior Member exhibit 10 to 20 different insects in
2. Intermediate 3. Senior the categories of beneficial insects, harmful insects,
41120002(_) Conservation, an educational exhibit insects attracted to lights, insects, aquatic insects,
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 59
Cucumbers, Pickling (5) wide x 24” deep x 36” high.
Garlic, Regular (2), Elephant (1)
Kohlrabi (2) COUNTY ONLY*
Lettuce, head/romaine (1 plant) 712172000 *Unusual Vegetable An exhibit of one
Lettuce, bib/leaf (1 plant) or more specimens of vegetables not usually found
Onions, Bulb (3) in this area. Judges’ decision as to what is unusual
Onions, Green (5 onions) will be final.
Peas, in pod (5)
Peppers, Bell or Sweet (2) HERBS
Peppers, Hot (5) Herbs must be grown by the exhibitor. Exhibitors
Potatoes (5) may enter only one exhibit in each class number. A
Pumpkins (1) 5" x 8" information card or piece of paper including
Radishes (5) common name, scientific name and care of plant(s)
Squash, Summer Crookneck (2) must be firmly attached to all herb exhibits. The
Squash, Summer Zucchini (2) card must include an explanation of the herbs'
Squash, Winter (1) use(s). Herbs exhibited must be consistent with the
Tomatoes, Cherry (5) levels specified in the Michigan 4-H Guide To Herb
Tomatoes, Slicing (3) Gardening (4-H 2329) projects. Only herbs from
Tomatoes, Other (5) Tables One, Two and Three below may be dis-
Turnips (2) played.
Other, # (refer to 4-H 2334)*
TABLE 1: Herbs to grow for Juniors
VEGETABLE EXHIBITS, JUNIOR Annuals Perennials
4-H members may enter one exhibit in each plate Basil Catnip or catmint
class including all vegetable types in addition to one Borage Chives
vegetable collection. Dill Lavender
712100011 Plate Exhibit of one Type, (Limit 3 for Lemon Balm
State Fair) Marjoram
712100021 Vegetable Collection Exhibit, include Peppermint
3 different vegetables in same amounts required as Rosemary
in plate exhibits Sage
VEGETABLE EXHIBITS, INTERMEDIATES Thyme
4-H members may enter one exhibit in each plate
class including all vegetable types in addition to TABLE 2: Herbs to grow for Inermediates
their choice of a vegetable collection exhibit, and Anise Costmary
poster display Coriander Garlic
712100012 Plate Exhibit of One Type, (Limit 4 for Parsley Greek Oregano
State Fair) Summer savory Hyssop
712100022 Vegetable Collection Exhibit, include 4 Sweet wormwood Pennyroyal
different vegetables in same amounts required as in (Sweet Annie) Pineapple sage
plate exhibits. Santolina
712100032 Poster or Display, describing results of Spearmint
4-H member’s experimental garden. Display not to Sweet woodruff
exceed 30”wide x 24”deep x 36” high. Tansy
VEGETABLE EXHIBITS, SENIORS
4-H members may enter one exhibit in each plate TABLE 3: Herbs to grow for Seniors
class in addition to their choice of a vegetable col- Angelica Comfrey
lection exhibit, commercial display, and education- Caraway French sorrel
al display. Chervil French tarragon
712100013 Plate Exhibit of One Type, (Limit 5 for Fennel Horehound
State Fair) German chamomile Lady's mantle
712100023 Vegetable Collection Exhibit, include 5 Lemon verbena Lovage
different vegetables in same amounts required as in Roman chamomile
plate exhibits. Salad burnet
712100033 Commercial Display, include 10lb. Southernwood
Unit of produce with record of costs of commercial Sweet Cicely
712200043 Educational display, describing the
experimental design and results of an experiment in CONTAINER GARDENING, HERBS
commercial gardening. Display not to exceed 30” Member’s name and county should be securely
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 62
forest insects, specialize in an insect order, garden mens
insects, insect plant damage (Riker mount) or other 421100021 Geology, Junior Second and Third
educational display. Year, 15 to 20 specimens
421100012 Geology, Intermediate First Year, 15 to
NOTE: Fill in blank in class number (__) with cor- 25 specimens.
responding number for Junior, Intermediate or 421100022 Geology, Intermediate Second and
Senior. Third Year, 20 to 35 specimens
421100013 Geology, Senior First Year, 20 to 40
Junior (10 to 20 different insects) specimens
Intermediate (15 to 35 different insects) 421100023 Geology, Senior Second and Third
Senior (no more than 50 different insects) Year, 25 to 50 specimens
82110052(_) Other Entomology Exhibits exhibit in An educational exhibit, relating to geology could
categories of: Beneficial insects (e.g., pollinators or include polished, cut specimens, growing crystals,
predators), insects attracted to lights, garden insects. volcanoes, effects of weathering, geologic forma-
82110053(_) Other Entomology Exhibits exhibit in tion, time periods, etc. , Educational display may
categories of: harmful insects (e.g., parasite, pest or not exceed 30” in width, 24” deep (front to back)
disease), insects plant damage (Riker mount), or and 36” high. Include explanation to the judge as
specialize in an insect order. outlined under Educational Display in fair book.
82110054(_) Other Entomology Exhibits exhibit in Score card for Geology Educational exhibit will be
categories of: soil insects, forest insects, aquatic the Educational Display Check Sheet (40-463),
insects available at the county Extension office and on the
82110055( ) Other Entomology Exhibits, exhibit in State 4-H website at, http://oregonstate.edu/exten-
category of Other Educational Display, size 30’ sion/4h
wide, 24” Deep (front to back) and 36” high.
Include explanation to the judge as outlined under Marine Science
Educational Display in fair book. Examples could
include experiments, surveys, photographs, life his- Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the mem-
tories, purchased insects, etc. ber’s name, county and class number.
Exhibit: an educational exhibit relating to the
For those exhibits that will fit, members may use marine environment. May be wither salt water or
the standard collection boxed and label insects fresh water. May not exceed 30” in width, 24”deep
according to the directions under “Insect (front to back), and 36” high. Include explanation
Collections” in the 4-H Entomology Project (4-H to the judge as outlined under Educational Display
3220). For those not applicable, such as insect plant in fair book.
damage and life histories, they may be mounted as
Riker mounts. Follow instructions on page 11-14 in 423200011 Marine Science, Junior First Year
the 4-H Entomology Manual (4H3221) or Riker 423200021 Marine Science, Junior Second and
mounts. Size Dimensions of 30" wide, 24" deep, Third Year
front to back, and 36" high. In addition, the collec- 423200012 Marine Science, Intermediate First
tions should be labeled to explain their educational Year
value and will be judged based on the scoring used 423200022 Marine Science, Intermediate Second
for Entomology Exhibits (40-605) and Educational &Third Year
Display Check Sheet (40-463) available from the 423200013 Marine Science, Senior First Year
county Extension office or on the State 4-H website 423200023 Marine Science, Senior Second &
at, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h Third Year
Geology Judging criteria are outlined on the 4-H Educational
Display Check Sheet (40-463), available at the
At least 50% of the specimens must have been county Extension office and on the State 4-H web-
found by the exhibitor and at least five of the spec- site at, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h
imens collected during the current 4-H year.
Polished or cut specimens should be exhibited Outdoors, Science
under Geology Educational Display. Judging crite-
ria are outlined on the Geology Exhibit Score Card Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the mem-
(40-625)., available at the county Extension Office. ber’s name, country and class number.
See 4-H Geology Manual for further exhibit Exhibit: an educational exhibit relating to the out-
requirements. of-doors. May not exceed 30” in width, 24” deep
Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the mem- (front to back), and 36” high. Include an explana-
ber’s name, county and class number. tion of such things as: how to use exhibit, how
made, where found identify parts, etc. if appropriate
421100011 Geology, Junior First Year, 10 speci- to exhibit. Example: a birdhouse exhibit could
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include plans for making it, where it would be used, streamers. Materials (recipes) used may include but
for what birds, an actual picture of where it will be are not limited to: hackle, lead wire, dubbing, hook,
used, etc. copper wire, flash, quill, floss, chenille, thread, and
hair. Entries may include but are not limited to:
451200011 Outdoors Science, Junior First Year *Wooly Worm, Wooly Bugger, Streamer (Micky
451200021 Outdoors Science, Junior Second & Fin); **Caddis, Caddis Pupa, Hellgramite, Scud,
Third Year Grass Hopper; ***Hare's Ear, Bead Head Pheasant,
451200012 Outdoor Science, Intermediate First Gray Hackle Peacock, Royal Coachman, Parachute
Year Adams, Blue Wing Olive. Entries must be accom-
451200022 Outdoors Science, Intermediate panied by a 4-H Sports Fishing and Aquatic
Second & Third Year Ecology Explanation Card available at the
451200013 Outdoors Science, Senior First Year Extension office or on the State 4-H website at,
451200023 Outdoor Science, Senior Second & http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h (*=low diffi-
Third Year culty, **=moderate difficulty, ***=high difficulty)
Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H Educational 451200131 Flies, Junior, 2 total (1 nymph and 1
Display Check Sheet (40-463), available at the dry) use recipes requiring #4-6 hook.
county Extension Office. 451200132 Flies, Intermediate, 4 total (2 nymphs
and 2 dry) use recipes requiring #6-8 hook.
Aquatic Ecology & Sports Fishing 451200133 Flies, Senior, 6 total (2 nymphs, 2 dry,
and 2 using body dubbing) use recipes requiring
Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the mem- #8-14 hook, 2 using body dubbing and recipes
ber's name, county and class number. requiring #12-14 hook.
Exhibit: An educational exhibit of a fishing rod or
pole constructed by the member. May not exceed Lures
108" in length. Include an explanation of cost of Lures are defined as Spoons, Spinners, Rooster
materials/components, where materials/compo- Tails, Jigs, Plugs, and Spinner Baits. Materials used
nents were purchased, how made, and number of may include but are not limited to the following:
hours required for construction. Identify all parts. •Spoons: metal body, split ring, hook, weed guard,
Will be judged on neatness of labels and workman- thin spoon, heavy spoon, thick solid, and spinner
ship. Necessary components which must be includ- blades.
ed are grip, line guides (based on rod or pole man- •Spinners: hook, body, beads, clevis, blade, plastic
ufacturer’s specifications), guide wraps, line, hook, minnow, spinner used with bait.
hook keeper. Reel seat aligned with guides. Guide •Rooster Tails: hook, feather skirt, hair skirt, rubber
wraps of size A to D nylon thread. Guides aligned skirt, body, clevis, Colorado blade, willow blade.
accurately down rod. May also include information •Jig: eye, assorted jig lead head, hook, feathered
on how to use the exhibit, photos of member using skirt, fur skirt, hair skirt, rubber skirt.
exhibit and locations where member would use •Plugs: metal lip, hook hanger, eye, body, hooks,
exhibit. propellers, joined plug, plug lip.
•Spinner Bait: fluted blade, hook, Colorado blade,
Fishing Poles clevis, arm, body, skirt, eye, twin arms and blades.
451200101 Spinning Pole, Junior, One piece
451200102 Spinning Pole, Intermediate, two piece A 4-H Sport Fishing and Aquatic Ecology
451200103 Spinning Pole, Senior, three or four Explanation Card must accompany entries avail-
piece able at the Extension Offices and or on the State 4-
451200111 Bait Casting Pole, Junior, one piece H website, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h
451200112 Bait Casting Pole, Intermediate, two 451200141 Lures, Junior, 1 Spoon plus 1 addition-
piece al choice.
451200113 Bait Casting Pole, Senior, three or four 451200142 Lures, Intermediate, 1 Spoon, 1
piece Spinner, and 2 additional choices.
451200121 Fly rod, Junior, One piece 451200143 Lures, Senior, 1 Spoon, Spinner, 1
451200122 Fly Rod, Intermediate, two piece Rooster Tail, and 3 additional choices.
451200123 Fly Rod, Senior, three or four piece
Judging criteria are outlined on the 4-H Educational Knots are defined as those needed to secure line
Display Check Sheet, Fishing (40-649), available from a reel seat or line holder to terminal tackle.
at the county Extension office and on the State 4-H They are limited to clinch, palomar, surgeons, sur-
website at, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h geon's end loop, blood, nail, snell, and arbor.
Each endeavor must be represented in two medi-
Flies ums. One knot must be tied using white cotton
Flies are defined as wet and dry and fall into the fol- cordage no smaller than 1/8" and no larger than
lowing categories: dry, nymph, poppers, and 1/4". The second is to be tied using the appropriate
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material as it would be used in fishing (monofila- non-wearable clothing may not exceed 22" x 28".
ment, Dacron backing, fly line, etc.) Knots should Exhibitors are to make fish prints using real or
be displayed on an 8.5" X 11" black matte board. model fish. Non-fish images are not acceptable.
A 4-H Sport Fishing and Aquatic Ecology A 4-H Aquatic Ecology and Sport Fishing
Explanation Card must accompany entries avail- Explanation Card must accompany entries avail-
able at the Extension Offices and on the State 4-H able at the Extension Offices and on the State 4-H
website, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h website, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h
451200151 Common Knots, Junior, any 3 knots. 451200161 Fish Prints, Junior, 1 print on material
451200152 Common Knots, Intermediate, any 5 or wearable clothing.
knots. 451200162 Fish Prints, Intermediate, 1 print on
451200153 Common Knots, Senior, any 7 knots. material and 1 wearable clothing or 2 wearable
clothing. One print must be labeled with the parts
Aquatic Macro-Invertebrate (M-I) Specimens of the fish and names of the fins. Labels may be
Aquatic specimens are defined as those inverte- permanent or removable.
brates or vertebrates, regardless of developmental 451200163 Fish Prints, Senior, 3 prints total, in any
stage, that serve as an energy source in fresh water combination. One print must be labeled with the
(lakes, ponds, streams, rivers) fisheries. They parts of the fish and names of the fins. Labels may
include but are not limited to: eggs, larvae, nymphs, be permanent or removable.
scuds, leeches, stoneflies, caddisflies, caddis, mos-
quito, dragonflies, hellgrammites, minnows, etc. Educational Display
Preserved specimens, photos or drawings of aquat- Exhibitors may enter only one exhibit per class.
ic specimens may be displayed. Photos and draw- Exhibits are limited in size to 30" wide, 24 " deep,
ings must be the original work of the exhibitor. 36" high. Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H
Preserved specimens are to be displayed in speci- Rod/Pole Fishing Educational Display Score Sheet
men jars in display boxes. Each specimen requires (40-649). Displays may be presented as a poster or
a label affixed to the display box for easy reading. in three-dimensions. They must relate to Sport
Labels (3/4” x 1-1/2”) for preserved specimens, Fishing and Aquatic Ecology. Exhibits may include
photos or drawings are to include the name of the but are not limited to pictures, models, diagrams,
collector, date collected/photographed/drawn, sci- and actual articles. A 4-H Aquatic Ecology and
entific name, common name, name of body of Sport Fishing Explanation Card must accompany
water from which specimen was found, county and each display and is available at the Extension office
state. or on the State 4-H website
Label Example: 451200171 Aquatic Ecology/Sports Fishing
Collector J. Smith Display, Junior
Date 01/01/01 451200172 Aquatic Ecology/Sports Fishing
Scientific Name Hexagenia limbata Educational Display, Intermediate
Common Name/Stage Mayfly Adult or nymph 451200173 Aquatic Ecology/Sports Fishing
Body of Water Lost Lake Educational Display, Senior
County Hood River
State OR Archery
Specimen collection is progressive. Exhibitors, General Shooting Sports Rules
based on grade, are expected to add five new spec- Contestants must be a member of a 4-H archery
imens to the collection of the previous year. A 4-H club with a Qualified Oregon 4-H Master Shooting
Aquatic and Sports Fishing Explanation Card must Sports Instructor. The Oregon 4-H Shooting Sports
accompany entries available at the Extension Program is not open as an independent 4-H project.
Offices and on the State 4-H website at: Contestants must have completed 10 hours of
http://Oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/resources/materi- instruction with a Qualified Oregon 4-H Master
als Shooting Sports Instructor and had that Instructor
451200181 Aquatic M-I Specimens, Junior 10-20 sign a statement that contestant has completed the
specimens required 10 hours of instruction to be eligible to par-
451200182 Aquatic M-I Specimens, Intermediate, ticipate in County Fair.
15-35 specimens All contestants are required to follow the Official 4-
451200183 Aquatic M-I Specimens , Senior, 20-50 H Code of Conduct, 4-H General Rules, the
specimens General Rules Governing 4-H Exhibits when appli-
cable to archery and display good sportsmanship.
Fish Prints All contestants are separated into classes by grade
May be printed using, but not limited to: water in school just completed and type of bow they are
color, tempera, acrylic, oil, and ink. May be printed shooting. Males and Females will compete togeth-
on material (fabric or paper) of choice or wearable er.
clothing. Prints on non-wearable clothing. Prints on
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Physically challenged accommodations must be yards, 25 arrows total; Four ends at 45 feet or fif-
requested at the time of fair registration and teen (15) yards, 20 arrows total;
approved by the Superintendent. Three ends at 30 feet or ten (10) yards, 15 arrows
All contestants must be able to compete effectively total.
in a safe manner. Archers shooting in an unsafe
manner will be disqualified and ejected from the Novelty Shoot Rules
contest. The Novelty Shoot will have a possible 300 points
No harassment of an archer, by anyone whether it is and be made up of five stations consisting of the fol-
another archer, parent, spectator or instructor, will lowing:
be tolerated. If done, the person doing the harass- Balloons Shoot
ment will be ejected. No unsportsmanlike conduct Scoring: 10 points for a hit, no points for a miss. A
or abuse of equipment or person during Fair will be hit is breaking the balloon.
tolerated. Possible Per End: 30 points
Range master must inspect and approve all equip- End: Three (3) arrows
ment to be used during competition before contest- Round: Two (2) ends (6 arrows)
ants take their place on the shooting line. Range Distances: 15 yards
master has the right to deny use of any unsafe
equipment on the range. 3D Targets
National Archery Association Whistle commands Scoring: 10, 8, 5
will be used and contestants must know them. Possible Per End: 30 points
Contestants must remain behind the waiting line End: Three (3) arrows
unless instructed to move to the shooting line. Round: Two (2) ends (6 arrows)
Contestants must straddle the shooting line while Distances: 20, 15, and 10 yards
shooting and return to the waiting line when all their
arrows have been shot. Contestants may not cross Moving Target
the target line until their arrows have been scored Scoring: 10, 8, 5
and they have been instructed to retrieve their Possible Per End: 30 points
arrows. Arrows are to remain in quivers unless or End: Three (3) arrows
until instructed otherwise. Round: Two (2) ends (6 arrows)
Each Contestant will be allowed one end at each Distances: 15 yards
yardage position before the contest begins to warm
up, practice and sight in. No warm ups, practice or Modified Clout - Must use recurve or long bow.
sighting in shall be allowed after contest begins. One will be available for use by compound shoot-
The Superintendent shall have authority to make ers.
any decisions necessary on questions of interpreta- Scoring: 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5,
tions on the rules applicable to the sport. All rules Possible Per End: 30 points
not covered will be at the discretion of the End: Three (3) arrows
Superintendent. Round: Two (2) ends (6 arrows)
Distances: 50 - 75 yards depending on available
Bow Classifications space
Bare Bow shall mean no sights or mechanical
releases or other attachments on their bows. Gloves, NFAA 24" Field Target
finger tabs and arm guards are permitted. Scoring: 10, 9, 8, 7 6
Freestyle shall mean archers use sights and attach- Possible Per End: 30 points
ments to their bows, but NO mechanical releases. End: Three (3) arrows
Gloves, finger tabs and arm guards are permitted. Round: Two (2) ends (6 arrows)
Freestyle with release shall mean archers use a Distances: 20 Yards
mechanical release, and may use sights and attach-
ments to their bows. Arm guards are permitted. Equipment
Juniors may enter once in each contest. There is no maximum bow weight. The following
Intermediates and seniors can enter twice in bows shall be used: long bow, recurve bow, and
Freeman Shoot if eligible. Eligibility based on bow compound bow.
class. Sights include aperture, iron, open, levels, bow-
marks, scope, peep and fiber optic. Pin guards are
Freeman Shoot Rules allowed. No electronic devices allowed.
Freeman Target will be used (18 inch green with Attachments include kisser button, balance bar, and
white spot and scoring lines). stablizer.
Scoring: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Only target or field points allowed. No hunting
Possible Score: 300 points points.
End: Five (5) arrows shot consecutively Equipment must be transferred to and from the
Round: Twelve (12) ends, (60 arrows) shooting range in a case or by parent or instructor's
Distances: Five ends sixty (60) feet or twenty 20 vehicle. No archery equipment shall be carried
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around the fairgrounds and must be locked up when Grade 9
not in use. NO EXCEPTIONS. 461612792 Archery Freeman Shoot, Freestyle,
If mechanical breakdown occurs, contestants will Grades 7, 8, 9
have 15 minutes to repair or replace bow or equip- 461613792 Archery Freeman Shoot, Freestyle
ment. Any additional time allowed will be at the w/realease, Grades 7, 8, 9
discretion of the Superintendent. 461611993 Archery Freeman Shoot, Bare Bow,
Contestants must have a minimum of 10 arrows. Grades 10, 11, 12
461612993 Archery Freeman Shoot, Freestyle,
Grades 10, 11, 12
Scoring 461613993 Archery Freeman Shoot, Freestyle
Scoring shall be done by the judge. All arrows that w/release, Grades 10, 11, 12
miss the target or hit the wrong target will be scored
as a zero. Tie breakers will be determined by the NOVELTY SHOOT CLASSES
shooting of an additional end determined by 461721041 Archery Novelty, Bare Bow, Grade 4
Superintendent. If an arrow hits the target (not tar- 461721051 Archery Novelty, Bare Bow, Grade 5
get butt) anywhere and bounces out or passes 461721061 Archery Novelty, Bare Bow, Grade 6
through, it may be reshot. If an arrow is dropped 461722461 Archery Novelty, Freestyle, Grades 4,
while preparing to shoot and the contestant can 5, 6
reach the arrow with their hand while leaving one 461721072 Archery Novelty, Bare Bow, Grade 7
foot behind shooting line, it may be reshot. 461721082 Archery Novelty, Bare Bow, Grade 8
Scoring to be determined by the position of the 461721092 Archery Novelty, Bare Bow, Grade 9
shaft. The shaft must break the scoring ring to score 461722792 Archery Novelty, Freestyle, Grades 7,
the higher value. Any arrow or target touched 8, 9
before scoring will be scored as a zero. Contestant 461723792 Archery Novelty, Freestyle w/release,
should not pull arrows unless satisfied with their Grades 7, 8, 9
score. There will be no dispute allowed if the 461721993 Archery Novelty, Bare Bow, Grades
arrows are touched or pulled. Parents and 10, 11, 12
Instructors are not allowed to dispute the score or 461722993 Archery Novelty, Freestyle, Grades 10,
review the scorecard. Only the contestant may dis- 11, 12
pute a score. However, the decision of the judge is 461723993 Archery Novelty, Freestyle w/release,
final. Clerks are not allowed to give out scores. Grades 10, 11, 12
Please do not ask nor interfere with their work. The
scores and standings will be announced and/or post- SPORTSMANSHIP CLASSES
ed as soon as they become available. 461800001 Sportsmanship, Jr./Novice
461800002 Sportsmanship, Intermediate
Sportsmanship Contestant Rules -- 461800003 Sportsmanship, Senior
Possible 100 points can be awarded.
All contestants will participate in the SHOTGUN
Sportsmanship Contest. Contestant may be award- COUNTY ONLY* -
ed points on the following: Appearance - dress and 1. Participants MUST be enrolled in an active
neatness, equipment maintenance/condition and Shotgun club and have 5 hours training, 10 hours of
handling, safety, shooting form, archery related shooting practice in a Shotgun Shooting Sports 4-H
questions from judge, general sportsmanlike behav- Club by pre-registration date in July. Participants
ior, cooperation, courtesy, helpfulness with other must also be trained by a 4-H certified Shooting
archers, instructors, and fair officials. The Judge Sports leader.
may at his or her discretion add other items on 2. All firearms not supplied by the Shooting Sports
which to add points. leader must be inspected on the day of the contest
and prior to the event.
FREEMAN SHOOT CLASSES 3. 4-H members will participate at the county event
461611041 Archery Freeman Shoot, Bare Bow, at the sole discretion of the leader and Shooting
Grade 4 Sports Committee, if applicable.
461611051 Archery Freeman Shoot, Bare Bow, 4. Participants may be disqualified from the contest
Grade 5 for unruly or unsportsmanlike conduct. This will be
461611061 Archery Freeman Shoot, Bare Bow, at the discretion of the Shooting Sports superin-
Grade 6 tendent and the 4-H Extension Agent.
461612461 Archery Freeman Shoot, Freestyle, 5. While on the firing line, or in the vicinity, all con-
Grades 4, 5, 6 testants must wear protective gear, according to the
461611072 Archery Freeman Shoot, Bare Bow, safety rules of the contest entered.
Grade 7 6. In addition to scores in the individual event, each
461611082 Archery Freeman Shoot, Bare Bow, contestant will be scored on Sportsmanship. 100
Grade 8 points will be added to each shooter’s score before
461611092 Archery Freeman Shoot, Bare Bow, the contest. Deductions (and/or disqualifications
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from the contest) will be made for poor or unsafe If so, how? I not , why not?
conduct at the discretion of the judge. You may include disks or CD's as part
Contestants will shoot two (2) rounds of clay targets of your exhibit. If you do, all files must be:
from one (1) position with a “sudden death” round,
if needed, to determine advancement or elimina- -Compatible with a PC
tion. -Compatible with Mircosoft® Office 2000.
462607001 *Jr. Shotgun Target Shoot (4th - 6th
grade) Web site exhibits must be developed in html and
462607002 *Int. Shotgun Target Shoot (7th – 9th submitted on a CD. Although disks and CD's may
grade) be submitted, they will not be available for viewing
462607003 *Sr. Shotgun Target Shoot (10th – 12th except for judging. The exhibitor should prepare an
grade) exhibit item that will help the fair visitor understand
what was done. Exhibits entered in the
Engineering Projects “Programming” class must be a program written,
translated, or substantially (at least 30%) altered by
Computer the 4-H member. Software application exhibits will
utilize commercial software (i.e., word processing,
Identify a problem to solve or a project to work on data management, spreadsheet, etc.) to which the
using the computer. Possible ideas might include: member may have made slight alterations.
applying existing software programs to a 4-H proj-
ect area, composing music, developing a game, If you wish to do an Educational display for the
drawing landscape scenes, designing buildings, Web Design project it should be an illustration of an
publishing club newsletters, creating a web site, aspect of web design OR illustration web design
editing a video, working with photographs, etc. techniques you have used on your page design.
Robotic projects are appropriate only if the software (Class number under EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY
or hardware is developed by the 4-H member. section).
A written explanation including the following
information, must accompany your exhibit (may be Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of
done using a word processing program): the following numbers.
A. Your age, grade in school, and number of years 11 Junior, First year using computers
you have been using a computer. Indicate if you are 21 Other Junior
enrolled in the computer project or if you are using 12 Intermediate, First year using computers
the computer in another 4-H project. 22 Other Intermediate
B. Problem: 13 Senior, First year using computers
1. What problem did you choose to solve? 23 Other Senior
(or) What did you want to do (accomplish)? 34 Club Exhibit
2. How did you come up with this problem
or task? 861 100 1__ Software Application, Word
3. Why did you think a computer was an Processing
especially good tool to use to solve this prob 861 101 1__ Software Application, Excel/spread-
C. Materials: 861 102 1__ Software Application, Presentation
1. What materials (software, hardware, Software
books, etc.) did you use? 861 103 1__ Software Application, Graphic
2. Why did you choose these materials? Design/Digital
1. List the steps you used to solve the prob Imaging
lem or accomplish the task. For software 861 104 1__ Software Application, Database
projects, provide details on how you used the Management
software to solve the problem or accomplish 861 105 1__ Software Application, Multimedia
the task. Projects
E. Results: 861 100 2__ Programming
1. Show an example of your results with an 861 100 3__ Hardware Design
explanation. 861 100 4__ Lego robotics, Robot Construction
2. Did you like the results? 861 101 4__ Lego robotics, Programming tasks
3. Did the results solve the problem or pro- 861 102 4__ Lego robotics Displays
duce the outcome you wanted? 861 100 5__ GPS/GIS, Projects
4. If you were to do it again, how would you 861 101 5__ GPS/GIS, Maps
do it differently, or how would you improve
5. Will you use these results in the future?
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Electric Energy Rocketry
Exhibits will be any of the articles included in the COUNTY ONLY*
project manuals, or other articles that show skills
learned in the project. Items must be labeled with 852170001 *Rocketry, Junior, educational display
member’s name, county, and class number. An also required
explanation must accompany the exhibit which 852170002 *Rocketry, Intermediate, educational
tells: (a) how the exhibit was made or what was display also required
done; (b) operating instructions; and (c) what the 852170003 *Rocketry, Senior, educational display
member learned by doing the project. If a kit was also required
used, indicate on tag. Intermediates and seniors
include a schematic diagram. Expressive Arts
Classes will be divided into the following groups
862100001 Electricity, Junior Fine Arts
862100002 Electricity, Intermediate
862100003 Electricity, Senior At the county level, any number of compositions
may be exhibited by each 4-H member (no more
Small Engines than one entry per class number).
At the State Fair, members may enter up to three
COUNTY ONLY* classes in the Original Art division and up to three
classes in the Non-original Art division, no more
882170001*Small Engines, Junior, educational dis- than one entry per class number. Art has two divi-
play also required sions based on whether the entry is entirely original
882170002*Small Engines, Intermediate, educa- or includes components that have been designed or
tional display also required created by others. In both divisions, the member
882170002 *Small Engines, Senior, educational will be expected to create their work by applying
display also required the elements and principles of design.
If an item is meant to hang, a hanger that will sup-
Tractor Projects port the weight of the item must be securely
attached. Display of artwork in frames is strongly
In each class the exhibit shall be an educational discouraged for management purposes. Use of
exhibit which will show or illustrate what the mem- matting, mounting, or over wrap with plastic is
ber has learned. Include an explanation telling: (a) acceptable for protection of artwork. Plastic hang-
how the exhibit was made or what was done in the ers will be available at check-in for artwork needing
project; (b) operating instructions (if appropriate); hangers. In addition to the exhibit tag, each piece of
and (c) what the member learned by the doing of the an exhibit must be labeled on the back or bottom
project. Explanations are required to qualify the with the member's name, county and exhibit class
exhibit for judging. number.
To qualify for judging, a 4-H Art Exhibit
881100001 Junior Explanation card must be attached. Forms are
881100002 Intermediate available at the county Extension office and on the
881100003 Senior State 4-H website, http://oregonstate.edu/exten-
sion/4h Public display of exhibits will be at the dis-
Woodworking cretion of 4-H management.
All work done on an item that is wearable clothing
In each class, the exhibit shall be one article or pair or accessory must be exhibited in a Wearable Art
of articles made of wood by the 4-H member. In category.
writing, describe the type of wood finishes, how the
item will be used, operating instructions (if appro- Note: fill in blank in class number (__) with corre-
priate). And how the item was assembled. If power sponding number for Junior, Intermediate, or
tools were used, attach a tag indicating what tools Senior.
were used. If a kit was used, indicate on tag. 1.Junior
Explanations are required to qualify the exhibit or 2.Intermediate
judging. Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H 3.Senior
Woodworking Exhibit Score Card (40-635), avail-
able at the county Extension office or on the State ORIGINAL ART
4-H Website at, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h Member applies the elements and principles of
design to create work that is entirely their own.
871100001 Woodworking, Junior
871100002 Woodworking, Intermediate Drawing and Sketching
871100003 Woodworking, Senior 23110001__ Line drawing - original work using
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line technique with any drawing medium that can 23110014__ Other Three Dimensional Work -
make a distinct line. Medium examples might original three dimensional work other than carving
include pencil, colored pencil, scratch art, pen & or casting, modeling and assembling. Examples
ink, felt tip. might include origami and pop-up art structures.
23110002__ Shaded drawing - original work using
shading technique with any drawing medium. Wearable and Functional Art
Medium examples might include chalk, charcoal, 23110015__ Wearable clothing - clothing item
pastels, pencil, and colored pencil. demonstrating original artwork. Techniques might
23110003__ Line and Shaded Combination draw- include painting, dying, beading, etc.
ing - original work using a combination of line and 23110016__ Wearable accessory – accessory item
shading techniques. demonstrating original artwork. Examples include
jewelry, hats, purse, footwear, etc. Techniques
Painting might include painting, dying, sculpting, beading,
23110004__ Water color, Tempera, or Other Water enameling, etc.
Media - original painting using a water media (iden- 23110017__ Functional item – original work in
tify media used) any technique or media done to create functional
23110005__ Acrylic painting - original work using but non-wearable item such as bowls, vases, cups,
acrylic paint media lamps, or other items. Typical media might include
23110006__ Oil painting - original work using oil metal, wood, clay, or paper.
Print Making or Stenciling
23110007__ Print or Stencil - original work using Member applies the elements and principles of
print making or stenciling techniques with a design design to create work that may incorporate pieces
created by the member (Use of purchased commer- that have been designed or created by others such as
cial stencils in not appropriate.) instructional patterns, pre-stamped or printed out-
lines, rubber stamps, commercial stencils, stickers,
Collage or Mosaic printed papers, etc. The explanation to the judge
23110008__ Collage or Mosaic - original work should explain how the member made the decisions
using collage or mosaic techniques with a design about how to incorporate these pieces into the total
created by the member. Media might include paper, design. The pre-designed component must not be
tile, work, glass, seed, etc. the total design.
Dyeing and Marbling Painting (Does not include stenciling or etching)
23110009__ Dyeing and Marbling - original work 23110051__ Painting on wood surface – decorative
using marbling or dyeing techniques such as batik painting on a wooden surface using any paint medi-
or dye painting. um and the aid of a predesigned instructional pat-
Other Two Dimensional Work 23110052__ Painting on metal, glass, or other non-
23110010__ Other Two Dimensional Work - orig- porous surface - decorative painting on a metal,
inal two-dimensional work using techniques other glass, plastic, glazed clay or other non-porous sur-
than those listed for classes above. Examples might face using any paint medium and the aid of a pre-
include cut paper or calligraphy. designed instructional pattern
23110053__ Painting on a porous surface - decora-
Multiple Media - Two Dimensional tive painting on a porous surface using any paint
23110011__ Multiple Media - original two dimen- medium and the aid of a pre-designed instructional
sional work that incorporates two or more of the pattern. Surfaces might include fabric, paper, fiber,
techniques and/or media described above. unglazed clay, plaster, or cement.
23110012__ Carving - original three dimensional 23110054__ Stenciling/Printing/Stamping – work
work using subtractive techniques in wood, clay, created using stenciling, etching, woodburning,
soap, etc. printing, or stamping technique with the aid of sten-
cils, forms, stamps, or designs that the member did
Casting, Modeling, & Assembling not create themselves. In some cases, the exhibit
23110013__ Casting, Modeling, Assembling - may be up to five smaller items that use the same
original three dimensional work using additive technique based around a theme.
techniques. Examples might include metal welding (Example: 5 note cards using nature stamps)
or casting; paper maché; pottery or clay work using
pinch, coil, slab, or wheel thrown techniques. Collage, Decoupage, Assemblage
23110055__ College, Decoupage, Assemblage –
Other Three Dimensional Work work created using the aid of pre-designed compo-
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demonstrate cropping. must have been taken by the member. Possibilities
24110005_ Color Self Enlargement, Members may include: framing done by the members, photos
exhibit one print. May include film or digitally cap- transferred to fabric, photo statuettes, etc. Framed
tured images. Self enlargements are done by the photos must be entirely the work of member and
member using a darkroom, self-service machine, or will be judged on the basis of photo, mat, and
personal computer. Minimum size for enlargement frame. All items shall be complete and ready to dis-
is 5" x 7". Print and mat or mount must not exceed play or use.
16" x 20". A contact or standard print of the image
as captured MUST be included to demonstrate Cake Decorating
24110006_ Black & White Commercial *County Level Only
Enlargement, Members may exhibit one print. May
include film or digitally captured images. Minimum Must be enrolled in Cake Decorating or the foods
size for enlargement is 5" x 7". Print and mat or project.
mount must not exceed 16" x 20". A contact or stan-
dard print of the image as captured MUST be 236170010* Level I A one layer cake with fill-in
included to demonstrate cropping. design. Shape pans may be used. Emphasis on uni-
24110007_ Color Commercial Enlargement, form stars, uniform icing color, color selection and
Members may exhibit one print. May include film overall effect.
or digitally captured images. Minimum size for 236170020* Level II Doll cake must be cut from
enlargements is 5" x 7". Print and mat or mount a two-three layer cake or a sponge cake. The doll
must not exceed 16" x 20". A contact or standard mold pan is not acceptable. Emphasis on shape of
print of the image as captured MUST be included to skirt, uniformity of ruffles, special touches (flowers,
demonstrate cropping. hats, parasols, etc.) and overall effect.
24110008_ Series or Story. Members may exhibit 236170030* Level III A two layer cake including
up to 20 color and/or black and white prints to at least two (2) different types of flowers. Drop
depict a series (several images on one topic) or tell flowers do not count as one (1) type of flower but
a story (showing several steps of an event or activi- may be used in addition to other flowers. Emphasis
ty). May be presented on one story board not to on levelness of cake, arrangement of flowers, uni-
exceed 16” x 20” or as a slide show or power point formity of border and overall effect.
presentation. Captions on the story board are 236170040* Level IV Special occasion or fanta-
optional. Slide shows or power point presentations sy cake. Can be a cut out design but cannot be a
shall be complete with appropriate title slides, nar- shape pan. Must have attached card explaining
ration and/or music. A written script and recording what special techniques have been used and for
containing narration and/or music shall accompany whom the cake was made. Emphasis on use of spe-
the slide show. Include a print out of slides with the cial techniques such as color flow, homemade dec-
power point. orated cookies and candies, special decorating tech-
24110009_ Special Effects, Members may exhibit niques such as lattice work, basketweave, figure
up to 3 prints illustrating one special effect (any piping etc. will also be judged on originality and
technique used to make pictures look different from overall effect.
normal) on a single mount or mat not to exceed 16" 236170050* Level V Gingerbread house or sugar
x 20". Examples include: paste-up panoramas, fil- mold display. Must be made up on a display board.
ters to alter color, light, or focus or to produce Sugar mold display must contain at least four (4)
vignettes, etc. Explain the special effect used. different molds. Example: Holiday theme including
Captions optional. a mold for Christmas, Easter, Halloween, and St.
24110010_ Computer Enhanced (special effects) Patrick’s Day. Emphasis on originality and special
Members may exhibit up to 3 prints illustrating touches.
computer enhancement of photos that goes beyond 236170060* Level VI Wedding Cake. May be
basic corrections (sharpening, red eye reduction, tiered or stacked. Must have at least three (3) tiers
etc) on a single mount or mat not to exceed 16” x or stacks. Emphasis on levelness cake layers, uni-
20”. Exhibit should include a print of the image formity of borders, icing colors, uniform sizing dif-
before enhancement and member’s description of ference of tiers and overall effect.
the enhancement was done.
24110011_ Video, Members may exhibit only one Creative Writing
and it should not exceed 15 minutes in length. May
include film or digitally captured images. Captions *County Level Only
optional. Contact the 4-H Extension office to be
sure equipment for viewing the format will be avail- 1. All will be judged on general appearance and
24110012_ Other Creative Uses of Photography, 2. See information sheet at Extension office for
Members may exhibit one item showing the use or class requirements and scoring.
display of images in a creative manner. Images 3. If using photos, place on back side of page fac-
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method must involve manipulation of fiber. 25110009__ Other creative techniques, may
(Adhesives and paint are not included.) include pyrography (burning), freehand stamping,
26110071_ Patchwork, Projects made using piec- silhouette, inverted carving, sculpting an molding,
ing techniques such as English, traditional etc.
American, Seminole, etc.
26110072_ Quilting, Projects made using hand Photography
and/or machine quilting or hand tied techniques.
Items should have a top layer, filling or batting, and 1. Members may enter one exhibit in each class (no
bottom layer held together by quilting stitches or more than one entry per class). For State Fair,
tying done by the member. members may enter up to two classes (no more than
26110080_ Papermaking, Projects resulting from one entry per class). Public display of exhibits will
actual papermaking. be at the discretion of 4-H management.
2. To qualify for judging, a 4-H Photography
Leathercraft Exhibit Explanation Card must be attached. Forms
are available at the county Extension office and on
1. Members may exhibit in each class number. For the State 4-H website, http://oregonstate.edu/exten-
State Fair members are limited to three classes, but sion/4h
only one exhibit per class. Each exhibit will consist 3. Captions must not be used except in classes indi-
of one article (a pair of gloves, slippers, etc. is con- cating they are optional. If used, they will be part
sidered one article). of the evaluation.
2. An explanation of tools, techniques and media 4. All work must have hangers sufficient to support
(dyes, finishes, conditioners) plus indication if a kit the weight of the exhibit. Plastic hangers are rec-
was used must be firmly attached to the exhibit on ommended to prevent damage to other work but if
a 5”x 8” card or piece of paper and is required to the matting or a frame makes the work too heavy,
qualify the exhibit for judging. more secure hangers (such as wire hangers) should
3. To qualify for judging, a 4-H Leathercraft be used and taped or covered in a manner to protect
Exhibit Explanation Card must be attached. Forms other exhibits from damage.
are available at the county Extension office and on 5. The exhibitor's name, county, and the class num-
the State 4-H website, http://oregonstate.edu/exten- ber should be printed on the back of the exhibit.
sion/4h Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with corre-
Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with corre- sponding number for Junior, Intermediate or Senior.
sponding number for Junior, Intermediate, or 1 Junior
Senior. 2 Intermediate
1 Junior 3 Senior
3 Senior 24110001_ Black & White Snapshots, Member
may exhibit two to six uncropped, unmatted snap-
25110001__ Use of basic tools set. Exhibit demon- shots on a single layer of mat board or poster, mount
strates basic leather tool usage. Basic tools include: not to exceed 16" x 20". Single snapshots not to
swivel knife, beveler, veiner, pear shader, camou- exceed 4" x 6" each. Panoramic snapshots not to
flage, backgrounder, seeder and mallet. exceed 4" x 11-1/2." May include film or digitally
25110002__ Basic design and lacing, assembly of captured images.
small articles, or two part projects using appropriate 24110002_ Color Snapshots, Members may exhib-
lacing technique. it two to six uncropped, unmatted snapshots on a
25110003__ Basic design and edging, articles with single layer of mat board or poster board, mount not
unlaced edges finished by rounding and smoothing. to exceed 16" x 20". Snapshots not to exceed 4" x
Edge dyes may be applied, but are not required. 6" each. Panoramic snapshots not to exceed 4" x 11-
25110004__ Basic design and apply hardware and 1/2 ". May include film or digitally captured
assemble, more advanced assembly techniques to images.
include one of the following: folding, skiving, 24110003_ Color Slides, Members may exhibit five
molding, lining. to twenty color slides in clear plastic folio. Slides
25110005__ Basic design and background dyeing may be a duplicate set rather than originals. Each
or figure carving, on more difficult article. should be labeled with members name on the slide
25110006__ Basic design and filigreeing and/or mount margin.
embossing, more detail assembly. 24110004_ Black & White Self Enlargement,
25110007__ Basic design and advanced technique, Members may exhibit one print. May include film
show at least one, such as hand sewing, designing or digitally captured images. Self enlargements are
own pattern, air brushing, cutting project hide or done by the member using a darkroom, self-service
leather. machines, or personal computer. Minimum size for
25110008__ A major article, showing basic design, nlargement is 5" x 7". Print and mat or mount must
considerable advanced techniques and ability to not exceed 16" x 20". A contact or standard print of
handle a large project. the image as captured MUST be included to
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ing entry or at the very end. Fill in blank in the class number (__) with corre-
4. Basis for ALL judging: Neatness, grammar, sponding number for Junior, Intermediate, or
spelling, punctuation, and ideas expressed so read- Senior.
ing can be easily understood.
5. All pages should be in plastic protectors and a 1. Junior 2. Intermediate 3. Senior
brad or Acco type flat folder (no 3-ring binders).
We will display so others can read. 31010001__ Article or item made by a member for
6. All entries must be labeled with writer’s name, use by/with a child or children.
division (Jr, Int., Sr.) , and club name on the front.
Note: Fill in the blank in the class number (__)
with one of the following numbers. Clothing & Sewing
1. Junior 1. Members must currently be enrolled in Clothing
2. Intermediate & Textiles: Basic Skills Level -first year in the proj-
3. Senior ect, Expanding Skills Level, or Advanced Skills
Level in which they are exhibiting. All exhibits
CREATIVE WRITING CLASSES: Points 3-2-1 must be in the same level. Members may enter each
of the construction classes and any of the creativity
21217001__ Creative Writing, Poetry and service classes for the project level in which
21217002__ Creative Writing, Essay they are enrolled. Members may enter the same
21217003__ Creative Writing, Short Story (4 garment or accessory in an exhibit class and in the
pages maximum) fashion revue. Note: At State Fair members are lim-
21217004__ Creative Writing, Other ited to three construction classes and any of the cre-
ativity and service classes for the project level in
Home Economics which they are enrolled. Also the same garment or
accessory may not be in an exhibit class and in the
SPECIAL NOTES fashion revue. Members and clubs are also encour-
An asterisk (*) by a class number indicates a aged to enter Educational Displays under the Home
County Fair only exhibit – not eligible for State Economics class division.
Fair. 2. All items entered in exhibit classes should be
Interview judging can be scheduled for all hall clean and in good repair. Judging criteria are out-
exhibits. lined in 4-H Sewing/Clothing Construction Score
All exhibits must be delivered to the Exhibit Hall Sheet (40-465) and 4-H Sewing/Clothing Creative
west side door and entered Sunday, July 30, 2006, Expression Score Sheet (40-467). Judging stan-
1-7:00 p.m. dards are listed in Measuring Up: Quality
Pictures for Fashion revue contestants will be taken Standards for Sewn Items/Projects (PNW-197).
during Judging. Contestants must wear their gar- Skills appropriate for each project level are listed in
ment or article for the picture. Sewing Skills Checklist, CO677. Each entry will
be evaluated on ALL features, not just the skills list-
Items selected for State Fair must meet State Fair ed in the respective enrollment levels.
requirements. Class requirements listed here may 3. A 4-H Sewing/Clothing Exhibit Card ( available
not meet State Fair requirements. Check State Fair from Extension offices) must be securely attached
4-H Premium book to prepare exhibit. to each entry. The card requests information about
the exhibits which is needed by the judge in evalu-
CHILD DEVELOPMENT ation of the entry.
4. Hangers and/or garment bags are removed from
Members may enter one class corresponding to exhibits prior to
their level. Members and clubs are also encouraged 5. In addition to the 4-H Sewing/Clothing Exhibit
to enter Educational Displays under the Home Card, each garment or article in the construction
Economics class divisions. Members may enter classes must be labeled with the member’s name,
only one class designated for members, but may county, and project level. This label should be
also be part of a club display. To qualify for judg- typed or printed in indelible pencil or ink on a piece
ing, a 4-H Child Development Exhibit Explanation of white fabric and sewn or fused onto the bottom
Card must be securely attached to the exhibit. inside of each piece.
Forms are available at county Extension offices and 6. The Sewing HANDS FOR LARGER SERVICE
on the State 4-H website, Classes are unique among 4-H State Fair exhibit
http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h Juding criteria classes. Items entered these classes will not be
are outlined on 4-H Child Development Check returned to the 4-H member or to their county.
Sheet (40-63), available at the county Extension At the end of the State Fair, the items exhibited in
office. these classes will be given to Public Service part-
ners who serve clients from across Oregon.
7. To qualify for special wool awards listed at the
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end of the Clothing/Sewing Section, attach a manu- 320101240 - Garment or outfit from medium
facturer’s “all wool” label or a merchant’s statement weight firmly woven fabric which requires match-
indicating the fabric is “100% wool” or a minimum ing (directional or complex print, stripe, or plaid
of 60% wool and no more than 40% other fiber. pattern; cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool blend)
320101250 - Garment or outfit from stable to mod-
Basic Skills Level erately stretchy knit fabric
320101260 - Garment or outfit from polar fleece or
comparable fabric (minimal stretch)
Construction - First Year Members 320101270 - Non-garment item sewn by hand from
felt, firmly woven (cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool
320101010 - Garment with casing (but no crotch blend), stable non-bulk knit, or polar fleece fabrics
seam) made from stable, medium weight firmly 320101280 - Personal accessory from firmly woven
woven fabric which does not require matching (cot- (cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool blend), stable
ton, cotton blend, wool, wool blend) non-bulky knit, or polar fleece fabrics
320101020 – Garment with casing and crotch seam 320101290 – Item for the home from fabrics which
made from stable medium weight firmly woven are firmly woven (cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool
fabric which does not require matching (cotton, cot- blend), stable non-bulky knit, or polar fleece)
ton blend, wool, wool blend). 320101300 - Non-garment item for use in sports,
320101030 - Garment with skills other than casing picnics, camping or with animals from firmly
from stable, medium weight firmly woven fabric woven (cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool blend),
which does not require matching (cotton, cotton stable non-bulky knit, or polar fleece fabrics
blend, wool, wool blend) 320101310 - Toy or garment for doll or toy from
320101040 - Garment from stable, medium weight firmly woven, stable non-bulky knit, or polar fleece
firmly woven fabric which requires matching fabrics
(directional or complex print, stripe, or plaid pat-
tern; cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool blend) Creativity - All Basic Skills
320101050 - Garment from stable, non-bulky knit
fabric 320301010 - Item or clothing made by the exhibitor
320101060 - Garment from polar fleece or compa- which has been enhanced through creative embel-
rable fabric (minimal stretch) lishment, fabric manipulation or fabric creation.
320101070 - Non-garment item sewn by hand from
felt, firmly woven (cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool COUNTY ONLY*
blend), stable non-bulky knit, or polar fleece fabrics
320101080 - Personal accessory from firmly woven 320301040* Costume for holidays, theater, or
(cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool blend), stable other use. Must include sewing, fabric should be
non-bulky knit, or polar fleece fabrics machine wash/dry and made of firmly woven cot-
320101090 – Item for the home from fabrics which ton or cotton blend, wool or wool blend, or a stable
are firmly woven (cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool non-bulky knit or Polar Tech™ Fleece (minimal
blend), stable non-bulky knit, or polar fleece. stretch) fabric. Issues such as fabric selection and
320101100 - Non-garment item for use in sports, garment care and durability need not be as limiting
picnics, camping or with animals from firmly for these special-purpose garments as for regular
woven (cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool blend), clothing. Should meet reasonable care require-
stable non-bulky knit, or polar fleece fabrics ments and be of a fabric suitable to the intended use.
320101110 - Toy or garment for doll or toy from
firmly woven (cotton, cotton blend, wool, wool Service - All Basic Skills
blend), stable non-bulky knit, or polar fleece fabrics
320401010 - Hands for Larger Service – Items or
Construction clothing to be donated to someone in need.
Beyond First Year Members Examples include blankets, lap robes, preemie or
newborn clothing, hats, socks, mittens, etc.
320101210 – Garment with casing made from
medium weight firmly Woven fabric which does Expanding Skills Level
not require matching (cotton, cotton blend, wool,
320101220-Garment with skills other than a casing Construction
made from medium weight firmly woven fabric
which does not require matching (cotton, cotton 320102010 - Garment made from medium weight
blend, wool, wool blend). woven fabric with or without nap. Fabrics might
320101230 - Outfit (two or more pieces) made include gabardine, flannel, challis, corduroy, some
from medium weight firmly woven fabric which denims, sueded rayon, brocade, damask, etc.
does not require matching (cotton, cotton blend, 320102020 - Outfit (2 or more pieces) made from
wool, wool blend) medium weight woven fabric with or without nap.
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Fabrics might include gabardine, flannel, challis, 320103050 - Garment or outfit made from stable
corduroy, some denims, sueded rayon, brocade, knit, polar fleece, boiled wool, or similar fabrics.
damask, etc. 320103060 - Garment or outfit made from moder-
320102030 - Garment or outfit made from fine or ately stretchy knits or fleeces (less than 35% stretch
light weight stable woven fabrics such as batiste, across the grain.)
voile, charmeuse, chiffon, etc. 320103070 - Garment or outfit made from stretchy
320102040 - Garment or outfit made from woven knits or fleeces (35% or more stretch across the
fabrics that require more care in handling or pattern grain)
selection such as satin, dupion, crepe de chine, 320103080 - Garment or outfit made from special-
taffeta, velour, tulle and net ty fabrics or fabrics which require specialized
320102050 - Garment or outfit made from stable sewing techniques such as beaded or sequined fab-
knit, polar fleece, boiled wool, or similar fabrics. rics, velvet, handwoven, double cloth, chenille,
320102060 - Garment or outfit made from moder- lame, leather, vinyl, suede, lace, etc.
ately stretchy knits or fleeces (less than 35% stretch 320103090 - Garment or outfit made from fabric
across the grain.) specifically designed for outerwear such as ripstop
320102070 - Garment or outfit combining fabrics nylon, coated or uncoated outdoor fabrics
from two or more of the classes described for 320103110 - Personal accessory, item for the home,
Expanding skills. or for use in sports, picnics, camping, or with ani-
320102080 -Personal accessory or item for the mals
home 320103120 - Item or garment made from recycled
320102090 - Non-garment item for use in sports, fabric
picnics, camping or with animals. 320103130 - Costume for holidays, theater, or other
320102100 - Toy or garment for doll or toy use. Must include sewing but may or may not also
320102110 - Item or garment made from recycled include other techniques in combination with
320102120 - Costume for holidays, theater, or other
use. Must include sewing but may or may not also Creativity
include other techniques in combination with
sewing. 320303010 - Item or garment made by the exhibitor
which has been enhanced through creative embel-
Creativity lishment, fabric manipulation, or fabric creation.
320302010 - Item or clothing made by the exhibitor Service
which has been enhanced through creative embel-
lishment, fabric manipulation, or fabric creation. 320403010 - Hands for Larger Service – Items or
clothing to be donated to someone in need.
Service Examples include blankets, lap robes, preemie or
newborn clothing, hats, socks, mittens, etc.
320402010 - Hands for Larger Service – Items or
clothing to be donated to someone in need. Crocheting
Examples include blankets, lap robes, preemie or
newborn clothing, hats, socks, mittens, etc. 1. Exhibitors must currently be enrolled in the cro-
cheting project. Each member may enter up to three
Advanced Skills Level classes based on the phase in which they are
enrolled. To qualify for judging, a 4-H Crocheting
Construction Exhibit Explanation card must be securely attached
to the exhibit. The card requests information about
320103010 - Garment or outfit made from medium the exhibited item and skills learned in construction.
or heavy weight woven fabric with or without nap. Forms are available at county Extension offices and
Fabrics include damask, brocade, viyella, pique, on the State 4-H website,
gabardine, corduroy, challis, flannel, denim, silk nil, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h
sanded silk, sueded rayon, wood melton, etc. 2. Refer to the "4-H Crocheting project Member's
320103020 - Garment or outfit made from fabrics Guide and Record" (4-H 962R) for detailed infor-
from two or more of the categories listed under mation on specific skills to be learned in each
Expanding Skills or Advanced Skills phase. A pair of gloves, slippers, etc, is considered
320103030 - Garment or outfit made from fine or one article. Swatches are not acceptable. Judging
light weight stable woven fabrics such as batiste, criteria are outlined on the 4-H Crocheting Check
voile, charmeuse, chiffon, etc Sheet (40-508), available from the county
320103040 - Garment or outfit made from woven Extension office.
fabrics that require more care in handling or pattern 3. Each garment or article must be labeled with the
selection such as satin, dupion, crepe de chine, member's name, county and project phase. This
taffeta, velour, tulle and net label should be typed or printed in indelible pencil
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or ink on a piece of white fabric, paper or tape and 370100630 - Hands for Larger Service – item or
sewn on. This label is in addition to the 4-H exhib- clothing to be donated to someone in need
Phase 1, one article showing one or more of the fol- Knitting
lowing stitches: chain stitch, single crochet, double
crochet, or slip stitch. 1. Exhibitors must currently be enrolled in the knit-
370100110 - Wearable item – garment or personal ting project.
accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc) Each member may enter up to three classes based
370100120 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for on the phase in which they are enrolled. To qualify
the home (coasters, doilies, pillows, holiday deco- for judging, a 4-H Knitting Explanation card must
rations, etc) be securely attached to the exhibit. The card
370100130 - Hands for Larger Service – item or requests information about the exhibited item and
clothing to be donated to someone in need skills learned in construction. Forms are available
Phase 2, One article showing one or more of the fol- at county Extension offices and on the State 4-H
lowing stitches: treble crochet, double treble, or v website, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h
stitch; may be in combination with stitches learned 2. Refer to the "4-H Knitting Member's Guide and
in a previous level. Record" (4-H 960R) for detailed information on
370100210 - Wearable item – garment or personal specific skills to be learned in each phase. A pair of
accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc) gloves, slippers, etc, is considered one article.
370100220 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for Swatches are not acceptable. Judging criteria are
the home (coasters, doilies, pillows, holiday deco- outlined on the 4-H Knitting Check Sheet (40-504),
rations, etc) available from the county Extension office.
370100230 - Hands for Larger Service – item or 3. Each garment or article must be labeled with the
clothing to be donated to someone in need member's name, county and project phase. This
Phase 3, one article showing one or more of the fol- label should be typed or printed in indelible pencil
lowing stitches: open or filet mesh, block or solid or ink on a piece of white fabric, paper or tape and
mesh, long single stitch, shell stitch, shell stitch sewn on. This label is in addition to the 4-H exhib-
variation may be in combination with stitches it tag.
learned in a previous level. Phase 1, one article showing one or more skills
370100310 - Wearable item – garment or personal learned, (Cast on, knit, purl, bind off, overcast
accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc) seam)
370100320 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for 360100110 - Wearable item – garment or personal
the home (coasters, doilies, pillows, holiday deco- accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc)
rations, etc) 360100120 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for
370100330 - Hands for Larger Service – item or the home (pillows, holiday decorations, blankets,
clothing to be donated to someone in need etc)
Phase 4, one article showing one or more of the fol- 360100130 - Hands for Larger Service – item or
lowing stitches: waffle (or rib) stitch, picot (Irish clothing to be donated to someone in need
crochet), cluster, popcorn, star, or puff stitch, may Phase 2, one article showing one or more skills
be in combination with stitches learned in a previ- learned, (Ribbing, stockinette stitch, increase,
ous level. decrease, other seams)
370100410 - Wearable item – garment or personal 360100210 - Wearable item – garment or personal
accessory accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc)
370100420 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for 360100220 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for
the home the home (pillows, holiday decorations, blankets,
370100430 - Hands for Larger Service – item or etc)
clothing to be donated to someone in need 360100230 - Hands for Larger Service – item or
Phase 5, one article showing one or more of the fol- clothing to be donated to someone in need
lowing stitches: afghan stitch, hairpin lace, broom- Phase 3, one article showing pick-up stitches
stick lace. 360100310 - Wearable item – garment or personal
370100510 - Wearable item – garment or personal accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc)
accessory 360100320 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for
370100520 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for the home (pillows, holiday decorations, blankets,
the home etc)
370100530 - Hands for Larger Service – item or 360100330 - Hands for Larger Service – item or
clothing to be donated to someone in need clothing to be donated to someone in need
Phase 6, one article based on member’s original Phase 4, one article showing a pattern stitch
design. 360100410 - Wearable item – garment or personal
370100610 - Wearable item – garment or personal accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc)
accessory 360100420 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for
370100620 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for the home (pillows, holiday decorations, blankets,
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360100430 - Hands for Larger Service – item or type of material and other description info from the
clothing to be donated to someone in need back of your pattern envelope, and interesting com-
Phase 5, one article showing mixed colors – Fair ments about the contestant. A sample of the gar-
Isle pattern or bobbin knitting – no stripes (see “4- ment fabric or yarn should be attached.
H Knitting Skills” 4-H 961L).
360100510 - Wearable item – garment or personal Note: Fill blank in class number with number to
accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc) indicate exhibitor age division.
360100520 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for
the home (pillows, holiday decorations, blankets, 1. Junior 2. Intermediate 3. Senior
360100530 - Hands for Larger Service – item or 32060000__ Fashion Revue, Clothing
clothing to be donated to someone in need
Phase 6, one article showing skills learned , select- 36060000__ Fashion Revue, Knitting
ed from the following options:
•Knitting with four needles or circular needles 37060000__ Fashion Revue, Crocheting
•Knitting combined with fabric or leather
•Knitted lace attached to article "OFF THE RACK" Fashion Revue Classes
•Other garment with pattern stitch
•Fitted knitted garment made from drafted pattern (COUNTY ONLY* Classes)
(submit drafted pattern with exhibit)
•Hobby knitting Participants need not be enrolled in the clothing
•Baby articles project. Participants will be asked to model their
•Knitting for men or boys outfit in front of the judge and answer a few ques-
•Other garment with mixed colors tions about the choices made in putting their outfit
•Larger garments (may be lined) together. The outfit style should be appropriate for
the member's age and activity. They will need to be
360100610 - Wearable item – garment or personal able to answer the following questions:
accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc) Why the garment was purchased
360100620 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for How the garment fits into their wardrobe
the home (pillows, holiday decorations, blankets, What kind of fabric the garment(s) made of
etc) How the cost of the garment fits into the member's
360100630 - Hands for Larger Service – item or budget (including care and maintenance)
clothing to be donated to someone in need Cost Comparison (wise use of dollars, time, skills,
Phase 7, one article made on knitting machine etc.)
360100710 - Wearable item – garment or personal
accessory (hat, purse, belt, gloves, etc) 32067010__ *Ready to Wear Fashion Revue-
360100720 - Non-wearable item – toys or items for Purchased coordinated outfit and accessories.
the home (pillows, holiday decorations, blankets, Outfit need not be newly purchases. Scored on:
etc) Presentation, Garment Selection, Garment Cost,
360100730 - Hands for Larger Service – item or and Garment Appearance.
clothing to be donated to someone in need 32067020__ *Artistic Fashion Revue- Clothing
created to show artistic efforts. (i.e. embroidery, tie-
Fashion Revue dye, etc.) This could be either garments made or
embellished by the exhibitor. Scored on:
* Members may enter once in each class Presentation, Garment Selection, Garment Cost,
and Garment Appearance.
Clothing, Knitting, & Crocheting 32067030__ *Remodeled Clothing Fashion Revue-
Purchased garments that have been altered in fit or
Contestants must be enrolled in a clothing, knitting fashion. Scored on: Presentation, Garment
or crocheting project and model garment made in Selection, Garment Cost, and Garment Appearance
the project. At the State level, a 4-H member may 32067040__ *Recycled Clothing Fashion Revue-A
not enter the same garment in an exhibit class and coordinated outfit of garments obtained by hand-
the Fashion Revue. Judging criteria are outlined on me-downs or thrift store purchases. Scored on:
the Style Revue Score Card (40-435) in the 4-H Presentation, Garment Selection, Garment Cost,
Fashion Revue Publication (4-H-920), available at and Garment Appearance.
the county Extension office or on the State 4-H
website at: http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h Food & Nutrition
Participants must bring a commentary (100 to 175 1. Members must be currently enrolled in the phase
words), to be read when they model during judging in which they are exhibiting. Each member may
and during public review. The commentary enter each of the classes listed for their phase. For
should contain a cost description, name, address, State Fair, members are limited to three classes in
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their phase. All foods entered must be made by the flour. Exhibit one third of a loaf.
exhibitor. Commercial mixes cannot be exhibited 09 Yeast Breads, plain dough using white wheat
except as an ingredient in a product. Exhibits must flour made with a bread machine. Exhibit one-third
be displayed on a disposable plate and either cov- of a loaf.
ered with plastic wrap or place in a plastic bag. 10 Specialty Yeast Bread product using a bread
Exhibits must be suitable for keeping at the fair machine. Exhibit three individual items or one-third
without excessive spoilage or change of appear- of a large item.
ance. Highly perishable foods are not acceptable. Yeast Bread product using special shaping. Exhibit
Recipes for food products must be included with three individual items or one-third of a large item.
the exhibit and should include all information given 12 Yeast Bread product using alternative grain
on the Exhibit Recipe Card format. Forms avail- products instead of or in addition to white flour.
able in the county Extension office and on the state Exhibit three individual items or one-third of a large
4-H website, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h item.
The recipes will not be returned to the exhibitor. 13 Baked Pie Crust using flour as the major ingre-
Recipes form these classes may be selected for a 4- dient. Exhibit entire single crust shell.
H recipe booklet. 14 A Gift Package with homemade foods featur-
2. Judging criteria are outlined on the 4-H Recipe ing up to five Pacific Northwest products. At least
Collection Exhibit Check Sheet (40-470), 4-H two foods must be made by the exhibitor and fea-
Educational Poster/Display Score Sheet (40-463), ture Pacific Northwest products. Gift package can
and 4-H Baked Foods Check Sheet (40-445), all be in a box or basket not to exceed 18” x 24”.
available from the county Extension office. Exhibit must include a breakdown of costs incurred
3. Judging criteria are outlined on the 4-H Recipe in preparing the gift package, including items on
Collection Exhibit check Sheet (40-470), a 4-H hand or recycled. Baked items should be at least
Home Economics Poster or Display Check Sheet three of a small or one-third of a large food. Include
(40-472), and 4-H Check Sheet for Baked Goods recipes on 5”x 8” card or paper. Include to whom
(40-445), all available from the County Extension the gift is intended and for what occasion. Criteria
Office. for judging will include creativity, cost (value), food
4. Food Product Class Descriptions – Number cor- safety, and nutrition.
responds to the seventh and eighth digits in the food
product class numbers as listed by project phase PHASE 1 – Foods Of The Pacific Northwest, Unit 1
511110010 Food products. See 01, 02, 03, and 04
01 Cookies (Bar, Drop, or No Bake), Exhibit four in the food product 511110020 class descriptions
cookies. list for product descriptions. All 511110030 simi-
02 Cookies (Rolled, Filled, shaped), Exhibit four lar food products (as defined by class description)
cookies. 511110040 will be judged in one class and com-
03 A Quick Bread using the muffin method of pared to the standard for that product regardless of
mixing. Muffin method of mixing generally means the age or phase of the exhibitor (for example, Class
that the fat is in a liquid form and all liquids are 51110010 is open to exhibitors in phases 01, 02, &
added to the dry ingredients with a minimum 03.) Include the recipe.
amount of stirring. (Muffins, Cornbread, Fruit/Veg. 511311010 Favorite Recipe Collection with five
Breads, Non-yeast Coffee Cakes, etc.) Exhibit three recipes of your favorite foods. Can include two
individual items or one-third of a large item. favorite cookie recipes. Recipes must be tested by
04 A Quick Bread using the biscuit method of the 4-H member. Write current year in upper right
mixing. Biscuit method of mixing generally means hand corner of each recipe. Cards or recipes must
that the fat is semi-solid and cut into the dry ingre- be in front of file or designated (paper clips, tabs,
dients before liquid is added. The dough may be etc.) throughout the collections for ease in judg-
beaten or kneaded for a few strokes. (Biscuits, ing. Recipe collection can be in a file box or in
Scones, etc.) Exhibit three individual items or one- recipe cook form. Pen, pencil or type is acceptable.
third of a large item. Refer to 4-H Recipe Collection Exhibit Check
05 Shortened Cakes (cakes with fat). No com- Sheet (40-470), available at the county Extension
mercial mixes or toppings (i.e. frosting, icing, glaze, office, for specific guidelines.
powdered sugar, fruit or nuts). Exhibit three indi- 511211010 Educational poster using one of the
vidual items or one-third of a large item. following themes or a theme of your choice show-
06 Foam Cakes, (Angel food, Sponge, Chiffon). ing and explaining something you made, or learned
No commercial mixes or toppings (i.e. frosting, or did in your Foods & Nutrition project. Poster
icing, glaze, powdered sugar, fruit or nuts). Exhibit must not exceed 22’ x 28”. The themes below do
three individual items or one-third or a large item. not have to be the title of the poster:
07 Unleavened or Flat Breads, (pita, tortilla, etc.). Sensational Sandwiches
Exhibit three individual items or one-third of a large Fabulous Fruits
item. Nutrition: It’s in the Bag! (sack lunches)
08 Yeast Breads, plain dough using white wheat How to Equip a Kitchen
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nents such as photographs or printed motifs on Fiber Arts
paper or fabric. In some cases the exhibit may be
up to five smaller items that use the same technique
based around a theme. Note: Exhibits are classified by technique rather
(Example: 5 pages from a memory book showing than article. Articles using more than one technique
vacations or birthdays; 2 decoupaged plates) should be exhibited in the class for the technique
that is most prominent or that the member desires to
Wearable Art be emphasized in the judging.
23110056__ Wearable clothing –clothing item 1. Members may enter one exhibit in each class
demonstrating artwork done with the aid of pre- number. Only one article may be exhibited in a
designed components. Techniques might include class number. For State Fair, members are limited
painting, dying, beading, etc. to three fiber arts exhibits Framed and other pre-
23110057__ Wearable accessory – accessory item sentations meant to be hung, must have a securely
demonstrating artwork done with the aid of some attached appropriate means by which to hang them.
pre-designed components. 2. Knitting and crocheting must be entered in knit-
Examples include jewelry, hats, purses, footwear, ting and crocheting classes except for projects from
etc. Techniques handspun yarn or items which have been fulled.
might include painting, dying, sculpting, beading, 3. To qualify for judging, a 4-H Fiber Arts Exhibit
enameling, etc. Explanation Card must be attached. Forms are
available at the county Extension office and on the
Cast Ceramics State 4-H website, http://oregonstate.edu/exten-
Members may enter up to three classes (no more Note: Fill in the blank in class number (__) with
than one entry per class number). When two arti- corresponding number for Junior, Intermediate, or
cles make up one exhibit, the articles must each be Senior.
labeled with member's name and county, and must 1 Junior
be attached to each other. To qualify for judging, a 2 Intermediate
4-H Cast Ceramics Exhibit Explanation card must 3 Senior
be attached. Forms are available at the county
Extension office and on the state 4-H website, 26110010_ Weaving, Projects created by weaving
http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h warp and weft fibers. May include off loom or
This project is for slip cast items only. Hand thrown loom methods.
items are exhibited under art. 26110015_ Basketry, Projects using basket tech-
Note: Fill in the last blank in the class number (___) niques, such as coiling, twining, weaving, and/or
with the corresponding number for Junior, plaiting.
Intermediate, or Senior. 26110020_ Spinning, Handspun yarn (minimum of
1 Junior 1 ounce skein of yarn) or projects created from the
2 Intermediate exhibitor's handspun yarn. Include sample of yarn
3 Senior (12 inches) with project created.
26110030_ Felting, Projects made using the
235100 11_ Slip cast item made from earthen- exhibitor's homemade felt which is made by hand
ware, stoneware, or porcelain clays and using a and/or washing machine methods. Needlefelting
glaze or specialty glaze techniques are included. Projects which have been
235100 12_ Slip cast item made from earthen- knit, crocheted, or woven before fulling may be
ware, stoneware, or porcelain clays and using an judged separately at the discretion of the judge.
underglaze or glaze/underglaze combination 26110040_ Macrame & Knotting, Projects made
235100 13_ Slip cast item made from earthen- using single and/or multiple knot techniques.
ware, stoneware, or porcelain clays and using an 26110045_ Braiding, Projects made using braided
overglaze (including metallic luster & decals techniques. Includes multiple strand braiding, bob-
235100 14_ Slip cast item made from earthen- bin lace, Japanese braiding, and wheat weaving.
ware, stoneware, or porcelain clays and using 26110050_ Hooking, Projects made using hooking
unfired finishes, stained techniques. Include latch hooking, hand hooking,
235100 15_ Slip cast item made from earthen- punch hook or needle, or locker hooking.
ware, stoneware, or porcelain clays and using 26110060_ Embroidery, Projects using crewel,
unfired finishes, chalked machine sewn, drawn thread, pulled thread, punch
235100 16_ Slip cast item made from earthen- needle, smocking, and other stitchery methods.
ware, stoneware, or porcelain clays and using one- Must not be cross-stitched or needlepoint.
of-a-kind finishes and designs not included in the 26110061_ Needlepoint, Projects using needlepoint
above classes techniques.
26110062_ Cross-Stitch, Projects using cross-stitch
26110070_ Applique, Projects made using hand or
machine stitched applique techniques. Attachment
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PHASE 2-Fit It All Together, Unit 1 Collection Exhibit Check Sheet (40-470), available
at the county Extension office, for specific guide-
511110010 Food Products. See 01, 02, 03, & 04 in lines.
the food product 511213010 Educational Poster using one of the fol-
511110020 class descriptions list for product lowing themes or a theme of your choice showing
descriptions. All and explaining something you made, learned or did
511110030 similar food products (as defined by in your Foods & Nutrition project. Poster must
class description) not exceed 22” x 28”. The themes below do not
511110040 will be judged in one class and com- have to be the title of the poster.
pared to the standard for that product regardless of Bread Basics
the age or phase of the exhibitor (for example, Facts About Fiber
Class511110010 is open to exhibitors in phases 01, Understand Labels
02, 03, & 04). Include the recipe Judging Baked Products
511312010 Favorite Recipe Collection with five
recipes, including three quick breads or sandwiches PHASE 4-Foods Of The Pacific Northwest, Unit 2
and two snack recipes. Recipes must be tested by
the 4-H member. Write current year in upper right 511120030 Food Products. See 03, 04, 05, 06, 07,
hand corner of each recipe. Cards or recipes must 08, & 09 in the food
be in front of file or designated (paper clips, tabs, 511120040 product class descriptions list for prod-
etc.) throughout the collection for ease in judging. uct descriptions.
Pen, pencil or type is acceptable. Recipe collection 511120050 All similar food products (as defined
can be in a file box or in recipe book form. Refer to by class
4-H Recipe Collection Exhibit Check Sheet (40- 511120060 description) will be judged in one class
470), available at the county Extension office, for and compared to
specific guidelines. 511120070 the standard for that product regardless
511212010 Educational poster using one of the of the age or
following themes or a theme of your choice show- 511120080 phase of the exhibitor (for Example,
ing and explaining something you made learned or Class 51112060 is
did in your Foods & Nutrition project. Poster must 511120090 open to exhibitors in phases 04, 05, &
not exceed 22” x 28”. The themes below do not 06). Include the recipe.
have to be the title of the poster. 511324010 Favorite Recipe Collection with ten
The Snack Attack recipes, using foods of the Pacific Northwest.
Breakfast. . . Don’t Leave Home Without It Recipes must be tested by the 4-H member. Write
More Milk, Please current year in upper right hand corner of each
How To Measure: recipe. Cards or recipes must be in front of file
Liquid and Dry Ingredients. or designated (paper clips, tabs, etc.) throughout
the collection for ease in judging. Pen, Pencil or
PHASE 3-Grain Products type is acceptable. Recipe collection can be in a file
box or in recipe book form. Refer to 4-H Recipe
511110010 Food Products. See 01, 02 ,03, 04, 05, Collection Exhibit Check Sheet (40-470), available
& 06 in the food at the County Extension Office, for specific guide-
511110020 product class descriptions list for prod- lines.
uct descriptions. 511224010 Educational Exhibit. Using one of the
511110030 All similar food products (as defined following themes or a theme of your choice show-
by class ing and explaining something you made, learned or
511110040 description) will be judged in one class did in your Foods & Nutrition project:
and compared to When the Good Gook Gardens
511113050 the standard for that product regardless Primarily Poultry
of the age or Salad Savvy
511113060 phase of the exhibitor (for example, Yeast . . ..How Does it Work?
Class 511110010 is open to exhibitors in phases 01, The exhibit may include pictures, models or actual
02,& 03). Include the recipe. articles and may be a poster, notebook or three
511313010 Favorite Recipe Collection with five dimensional display. Size limited to 30” wide, 36”
recipes using a variety of grain products. height, and 24” deep.
(Examples: granola, rice pudding, bulgur salad, 511224020 Photo Series or Pictorial Story depict-
pizza.) Recipes must be tested by the 4-H member. ing hunted or harvested foods of the Pacific
Write current year in upper right hand corner of Northwest from harvest to table. Series may include
each recipe. Cards or recipes must be in front of file up to twenty color photos, pictures or drawings of
or designated (paper clips, tabs, etc.) throughout the one theme on one story board not to exceed 22” x
collection for ease in judging. Pen, pencil, or type 28”. Please note if some of the photos were taken by
is acceptable. Recipe collection can be in a file box someone else. Exhibits will be judged on the
or in recipe book form. Refer to 4-H Recipe exhibitor’s ability to creatively depict a story and
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not on their photography or drawing ability. country, menu, planning, preparation, and presenta-
tion. Series may include up to twenty color prints of
PHASE 5-Fit It All Together, Unit 2 one theme on one story board not to exceed 22” x
28”. Please note if some of the photos were taken by
511120050 Food products. See 05, 06, 07, 08, and someone else. Exhibits will be judged on the
09 in the food exhibitor’s ability to creatively depict a story and
511120060 class descriptions list for product not on their photography or drawing ability.
descriptions. All similar 511326010 Favorite Recipe Collection with ten
511120070 food products (as defined by class recipes representing a variety of international foods.
description) will be Recipes must be tested by the 4-H member. Write
511120080 judged in one class and compared to current year in upper right hand corner of each
the standard recipe. Cards or recipes must be in front of file or
511120090 for that product regardless of the age or designated (paper clips, tabs, etc.) throughout the
phase of the exhibitor (for example, Class collection for ease in judging. Pen, pencil or type is
511120060 is open to exhibitors in phases 04, 05 , acceptable. Recipe collection can be in a file box or
& 06). Include the recipe. in recipe book form. Refer to 4-H Recipe Collection
511325010 Favorite Recipe Collection with ten Exhibit Check Sheet (40-470), available at the
recipes, including 5 yeast bread recipes and 5 County Extension Office for specific guidelines.
recipes of soup, stews and salads. Recipes must be 511226010 Educational Exhibit using one of the
tested by the 4-H member. Write current yearin following themes or a theme of your choice show-
upper right hand corner of each recipe. Cards or ing and explaining something you made, learned or
recipes must be in front of file or designated (paper did in your Foods & Nutrition project:
clips, tabs, etc.) throughout the collection for ease in Food Safety
judging. Pen, pencil or type is acceptable. Recipe World Hunger
collection can be in a file box or in recipe book Beans-Food For the World
form. Refer to 4-H Recipe collection Exhibit check Food Waste-You Make a Difference
sheet (40-470), available at the County Extension The exhibit may include pictures, models or actual
Office, for specific guidelines. articles and may be a poster, notebook, or tree
511225010 Educational Exhibit using one of the dimensional display. Size limited to 30” wide, 36”
following themes or a theme of your choice show- high and 24” deep.
ing and explaining something you made, learned or
did in your Foods & Nutrition project: PHASE 7 – Foods of the Pacific Northwest, Unit 3
Fitness in Your Life
Cost and Nutrition: 511130080 Food products. See 08, 09, 10, 11, 12,
Differences in Beverages 13, & 14 in the
Fast Food Choices 511130090 food product class descriptions list for
Have Your Snacks and Eat Them, Too product 511130100 descriptions. All similar food
The exhibit may include pictures, models or actual products (as defined by 511130110 class descrip-
articles and may be a poster, notebook or three tion) will be judged in one class and 511130120
dimensional display. Size limited to 30” wide, 36” compared to the standard for that product regardless
high, and 24” deep. of 511130130 the age or phase of the exhibitor (for
example, Class 511130140 511130110 is open to
PHASE 6- Foods With an International Flavor exhibitors in phases 07,08, & 09).
Include the recipe.
511120060 Food product. See 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 5111337010 Favorite Recipe Collection with fif-
11, and 12 in the food teen recipes. Ten recipes should be vegetable and
511120070 product class descriptions list for prod- fruit recipes. Five recipes should be one-pot meals
uct descriptions. 511120080 All similar food prod- using or demonstrating knowledge of various
ucts (as defined by class 511120090 description) kitchen appliances (examples: microwave, wok,
will be judged in one class and compared to electric skillet). Recipes must be tested by the 4-H
511120100 the standard for that product regardless member. Write current year (2001) in upper right
of the age or 511120110 phase of the exhibitor (for hand corner of each recipe. Cards or recipes must
example, Class 511120060 is 511120120 open to be in front of file or designated (paper clips, tabs,
exhibitors in phases 04,05,& 06). Include recipe. etc.) throughout the collection for ease in judging.
511120150 An international food. Exhibit should Pen, pencil or type is acceptable. Recipe collection
be three of a small or one-third of a large food. can be in a file box or in recipe book form. Refer to
Include recipe. Include what country your food rep- 4-H Recipe Collection Exhibit Check Sheet (40-
resents. Exhibit should clearly represent another 470), available at the County Extension Office, for
country by its ingredients, preparation or back- specific guidelines.
ground. (Highly perishable foods not acceptable.) 511237010 Educational exhibit using your choice
511226020 Photo series or pictorial story depict- of theme. Exhibit must show and explain something
ing a international meal including: name of the that you have made, done or learned in your Foods
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and Nutrition project. The exhibit may include pic- fifteen tested recipes and a brief description of what
tures, models or actual articles and may be a video- you did to round out or complete your file, how you
tape, slide set/script, poster, notebook or three organized your file for future use (example:
dimensional display. Size limited to 30” wide, 36” Quantity cooking, meals for one, special dietary
height, and 24” deep. needs). Recipes must be tested by 4-H member.
511237020 Multimedia exhibit demonstrating the Write current year in upper right hand corner of
production, distribution or preparation of a food each recipe. Cards or recipes must be in front of file
produced in the Pacific Northwest. The exhibit may or designated (paper clips, tabs, etc.) throughout the
include pictures, models or actual articles and may collection for ease in judging. Pen, pencil or type is
be a videotape, poster, notebook or three dimen- acceptable. Recipe collection can be in a file box or
sional display. Size limited to 30” wide, 36” high, in recipe book form. Refer to 4-H Recipe Collection
and24” deep. Exhibit Check Sheet (40-470), available at the
county Extension office, for specific guidelines.
PHASE 8 – Fit It All Together, Unit 3 511239010 Educational exhibit depicting your 4-
H Walkabout experience or another choice of
511130080 Food products. See 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, theme. Walkabout theme must list your Walkabout
13 & 14, in the challenges and how you met those challenges.
511130090 food product class descriptions list for Other themes must show and explain something
food descriptions. that you have made, done or learned in your Foods
511130100 All similar food products (as defined and Nutrition project. The exhibit may include pic-
by class 511130110 description) will be judged in tures, models or actual articles and may be a video-
one class and compared to 511130120 the standard tape, slide set/script, poster, notebook or three
for that product regardless of the age or 511130130 dimensional display. Size limited to 30” wide, 36”
phase of the exhibitor (for example, class high, 24” deep.
511130110 is 511130140 open to exhibitors in 511239020 Videotape of your 4-H Walkabout
phase 07,08,& 09). Include recipe. public present-ation. Public presentation can be
511338010 Favorite Recipe Collection with fifteen taped by someone else since the public presentation
recipes. Ten recipes should be a variety of main represents your work. Videotape must include an
dishes (i.e., beef, turkey, seafood, fish, port, chick- introduction and closing.
en, hunted and protein alternatives). Recipes must
be tested by 4-H member. Write current year in Food Preservation
upper right hand corner of each recipe. Cards or
recipes must be in front of file or designated (paper Members must be enrolled in the project area.
clips, tabs, etc.) throughout the collection for ease in Members may enter two classes in their division.
judging. Pen, pencil, or type is acceptable. Recipe Members must use current OSU approved or
collection can be in a file box or recipe book form. USDA preparation and processing recommenda-
Refer to 4-H Recipe Collection Exhibit Check tions for canned foods. Current USDA recommen-
Sheet (40-470), available at the County Extension dations can be located on the internet at
Office, for specific guidelines. http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/publications/publica-
511238010 Educational Exhibit using your choice tions_usda.html. Ball Blue Book, 1988 or more
of theme. Exhibit must show and explain something recent, pectin package inserts or pectin product
that you have made, done or learned in your Foods websites are approved sources. All products must
& Nutrition project. The exhibit may include pic- have 4-H Food preservation Explanation Card with
tures, models or actual articles and may be a video- complete information and instructions/recipe.
tape, slide set/script, poster, notebook or three Explanation Card is available at the county
dimensional display. Size limited to 30” wide, 36” Extension office or on the State 4-H website. In
high, 24” deep. addition, all containers should have label or tape
with member name, county, and class number.
PHASE 9 Include jar rings on all canned products. Judging
criteria are outlined on the 4-H Canned Fruit and
511130080 Food products. See 08,09 10, 11, 12, Vegetable Check Sheet (40-455), 4-H Canned Meat
13, & 14 in the 511130090 food product class and Fish Check Sheet (40-515)m 4-H Dried Foods
descriptions list for product 511130100 descrip- Check Sheet, 4-H Jan Check Sheet (40-475, 4-H
tions. All similar food products (as defined by Jelly Check Sheet (40-485) and 4-H Pickles and
511130110 class description) will be judged in one Relishes Check Sheet (40-535)., available at the
class and 511130120 compared to the standard for county Extension office or on the State 4-H website,
that product regardless of 511130130 the age or http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h
phase of the exhibitor (for example, Class
511130140 511130110 is open to exhibitors in BEGINNING DIVISION
phases 07, 08,& 09).
Include recipe. 512111010 Canned fruit or berries. One jar of fruit
511339010 Favorite Recipe Collection, including or berries processed in a boiling water bath Each
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preserved product must have a 4-H Food processed in boiling water canner.
Preservation Explanation card included. 512131030 Canned combination dish. One jar of
512111020 Canned tomatoes. One jar of tomatoes canned combination dish processed in a pressure
processed in a boiling water bath canner. Examples include stew, chili, soup, etc.
512112010 Fruit leather. Four rolled pieces (about 512131040 Canned salsa. One jar of canned salsa.
one inch wide) of one flavor of fruit leather. Jars must be sealed by processing in a boiling water
512114010 Cooked jam. One jar of cooked jam canner.
using commercial pectin. Jars must be sealed by 512132010 Dried meat or poultry jerky. Four 1
processing in a boiling water bath. inch by 3 inch pieces of one type of jerky. Meat
512114020 Cooked Jelly. One jar of cooked jelly jerky (beef, venison, or poultry) should follow the
using commercially available juice and pectin. Jars recommendations for preparation in
must be sealed by processing in a boiling water can- "Meat/Poultry/Jerky,” SP50-535, March 2003.
ner. 512132020 Dried herb seasoning combination.
512110010 Gift pack. One gift package including About 1 Tablespoon of dried herb seasoning com-
two different products from Beginning Division of bination.
preservation methods. The gift pack may also 512133020 Fermented pickles or sauerkraut. One
include products made or purchased by exhibitor to jar of fermented (brined) pickles or sauerkraut.
complete the theme. Indicate for whom the gift is 512134010 Cooked Jelly or Jam. One jar of cooked
intended and for what occasion. (Example: A jelly or jam made without added commercial
housewarming gift for new neighbors.) pectin. Jelly must use juice extracted by the mem-
ber. Jars must be sealed by processing in a boiling
EXPANDING DIVISION water canner.
512130010 Gift pack. One gift package including
512121010 Canned vegetables or tomatoes. One jar three or more different preserved products. Use two
of canned vegetables or tomatoes processed in a or more processing methods. The gift pack may
pressure canner 512121020 Canned pie filling. also include products made or purchased by
One jar of canned fruit pie filling. Jars must be exhibitor to complete the theme. Each preserved
sealed by processing in a boiling water bath. product must have a 4-H Food Preservation
512121030 Syrup or juice. One jar of juice or syrup Explanation card included.
made from the juice that the member has extracted.
Jars must be sealed by processing in a boiling water Home Environment
512122010 Dried fruit. About 1/2 cup of dried Members may enter one exhibit per class under the
pieces of fruit, (not leather. unit in which they are enrolled. For State Fair,
512122020 Dried vegetable. About 1/2 cup of members may enter up to two classes based on the
dried pieces of vegetable. unit in which they are enrolled, one exhibit per
512122030 Dried herbs. About 1 Tablespoon of class. Members and clubs are encouraged to enter
dried herbs. Educational Displays under the Home Economics
512123010 Quick pickles. One jar of canned fruit class division. In the Home Environment project,
or vegetable quick pickles. Examples include items produced by the 4-H member are developed
cucumber, crab apple, watermelon, etc. Jars must within the context of the over-all design/plan of the
be sealed by processing in a boiling water bath. room or area where the item will be used. To quali-
512123020 Relish. One jar of relish. Jars must be fy for judging, a 4-H Home Environment Exhibit
sealed by processing in a boiling water bath. Explanation card must be attached. Cards are
Include relish recipe and source. available in county Extension offices or on the
512124010 Cooked jelly. One jar of cooked jelly State 4-H website, http://oregonstate.edu/exten-
using juice the member has extracted and commer- sion/4h
cial pectin Jars must be sealed by processing in a
boiling water canner. 512120010 Gift pack. One Note: fill in blank in class number (__) with corre-
gift package including three different preserved sponding numbers for:
products. Use two or more processing methods.
The gift pack may also include products made or 1. Junior 2. Intermediate 3. Senior
purchased by exhibitor to complete the theme.
Each preserved product must have a 4-H Food UNIT 1 - Design in Nature (all classes open to
Preservation Explanation card included. Junior, Intermediate, or Senior members)
34010101__Decorative Item (wall hanging, flower
ADVANCED DIVISION arrangement, seasonal decoration, mobile, etc)
made for a specific location
512131010 Canned fish, meat, or poultry. One jar
of canned meat, fish, or poultry. UNIT 2 - Organizing Design (Classes Open to
512131020 Canned tomato sauce or ketchup. One Junior, Intermediate, or Senior members except
jar of canned tomato sauce (no meat), or ketchup class 34010205__ as noted)
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 83
34010201__ Decorative item (wall hanging, required to qualify the exhibit for judging. The
flower arrangement, seasonal decorations, mobile, explanation must include:
etc.) made for a specific location The source(s) of information,
34010202__ An organizer/storage item made, Why the topic was chosen
recycled, or refurb-ished for a specific location What the viewer should know or
learn from the display, and
UNIT 3 - Accessories (all classes open to If the display was used for another
Intermediate and Senior members) purpose or occasion.
34010301__ Textiles accessory item made, recy-
cled, or refurb-ished for a specific location. This Club exhibits are to be entered under the club name
class can include items which are seasonal in but must include the names of all members and
nature. leaders. This may be on a separate paper attached to
34010302__ Another accessory item made, recy- the back of the exhibit.
cled, or refurb-ished for a specific location. This Each piece of an exhibit must have name and coun-
class can include items which are seasonal in ty attached to it. Single posters may be displayed
nature. by hanging or stapling to a wall. All other displays
should be free standing.
UNIT 4 - Design Your Own Judging criteria are outlined on 4-H Educational
34010401__ Accessory item (rug, wall hanging, Display Check Sheet (40-463) available at the
quilt, etc.)made from member’s original design for County Extension Office or on the State 4-H web-
a specific location. This class can include items site at, http://oregonstate.edu/extenison/4h
which are seasonal in nature.
34010402__ Piece of furniture made, refinished, Note: Fill in the blank in class number with number
and/or re-upholstered for a specific location. to indicate level.
Tablesetting Contest 1.Junior 2.Intermediate 3.Senior
4.Club (two or more members). Club exhibits must
Open to all 4-H members. Displays will be set up be entered under the club name.
on exhibit entry day (Sunday) . Participants must
pre-register to reserve a space. 07220000__ Animal Science (Beef, Dairy Cattle,
Each table setting will fit into a 2'6"x2'6" space. If Cavies, Dogs, Cats, Dairy Goats, Pygmy Goats,
tablecloths are used, fold edges under to fit within Guide Dogs, Horses and Ponies, Pigeons and
this space. Display should include a menu for a par- Doves, Poultry, Rabbits, Sheep, Swine, &
ticular meal, which may be any daily meal or spe- Veterinary Science.)
cial occasion. Set table for one person according to 03020000__ Home Economics ((Child
menu, and leave menu on display. Centerpieces and Development, Clothing, Crocheting, Food and
decorations allowed as space permits. Use Nutrition, Food Preservation, Home Environment
Tablesetting guidelines from 4-H office. We cannot and Knitting)
guarantee security so we suggest not using fine 02020000__ Expressive Arts (Art, Ceramics,
china or silver in display. Judging based on correct Decorative Painting, Fiber Arts and Leather-craft)
and attractive placesetting for occasion chosen and 04020000__ Natural Resources (Entomology,
originality of display. Forestry, Geology, Marine Science, Conservation,
Outdoors, Archery and Shooting Sports)
COUNTY ONLY* 07120000__ Horticulture (Container Gardening,
Flower and Ornamental Gardening and Vegetable
511770001 *Tablesetting Contest, Jr. Gardening)
511770002 *Tablesetting Contest, Int. 08020000__ Engineering Projects (Computers,
511770003 *Tablesetting Contest, Sr. Electricity, Tractors and Woodworking)
00020000__ Other (Areas not listed above)
These classes are open to all 4-H members and are
especially appropriate for those projects which have These guidelines are used for Presentations in all
no separate exhibit classes or for locally developed project areas.
projects. The exhibit may be a poster or a three- 4-H presentations will include demonstrations,
dimensional display. Individual exhibits are limited illustrated talks, and public speeches.
in size to 30” wide, 24” deep (front to back) and 36” Teams will consist of two members; team with
high. Club exhibits are limited in size to 60” wide, mixed grade division must be entered in the highest
24” deep, and 36” high. The exhibits may include grade division of any member.
pictures, models, diagram and actual articles. Each Topic of presentation may be anything the member
exhibit must be accompanied by an explanation to wants to share with others.
the judge. The explanation will not be judged but is Juniors are allowed 3-10 minutes to present. Each
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 84
Intermediate/Senior team or individual will have 30 *76397100__ Dog
minutes to set up, present, and clear the area. This 51190000 __ Food & Nutrition
must be done by the 4-H member. The actual pres- *75197200__ Horse
entation should be between 10 and 20 minutes. *76297000__ Cavy
4-H member must furnish all supplies and equip- 73190000__ Poultry
ment required, except table, range, refrigerator,
microphone, projectors and screens. *COUNTY ONLY Contests
A 4-H member may enter only one presentation any
one year. Dairy and Livestock Judging Contests
Presentations will be selected for State Fair from the Qualifications for State Fair
Spring contest. Champions and State Fair selections 1. National Qualifying Team
will be made at the spring contest. Top 5 placing scores at County contest (can be Int.
Judging criteria are outlined on the Oregon or Sr.)
Presentation Evaluation Sheet (40-545) available at Must be 13 years of age and older (see age restric-
the county Extension office and on the State 4-H tions below)
website at, http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h 2. Intermediate Team
A. Next top 5 scoring participants
211600011 Junior Presentation, Individual B. Must be in grades 7-9
211600021 Junior Presentation, Team Each county may submit one Intermediate Team
211600012 Intermediate Presentation, Individual and one National Qualifying Team up to 5 members
211600022 Intermediate Presentation, Team per team. The age of contestants for the National
211600013 Senior Presentation, Individual Qualifying Team is as follows:
211600023 Senior Presentation, Team Members must have passed their 13th birthday on
January 1 of the current year. Anyone who was 13
Flower Arranging Contest or older on January 1 of the current calendar year
(2006) would be eligible.
*COUNTY ONLY Contest Members must NOT have passed their 18th birth-
day on January 1 of the current year. Anyone who
Members must be currently enrolled in the Flower was 18 or older on December 31 of the previous
Gardening or Home Environment project to partic- calendar year would be ineligible.
ipate. Containers will be furnished. Contestants
must provide their oasis and tools. It is recom- Skills Contest
mended that each contestant bring shears.
A large assortment of flowers is needed for the con- *COUNTY ONLY Contests
test and leaders and contestants are asked to bring Contests are held prior to fair.
flowers and greenery for use by all. Rules are available at the Clatsop County Extension
*713771001 Flower Arranging, Junior
*713771002 Flower Arranging, Intermediate Clothing
*713771003 Flower Arranging, Senior
Note: Fill in the blank in the class number with
Judging Contests number to indicate age division.
Contests not held during County Fair, are held at 1. Junior 2. Intermediate 3. Senior
spring judging events. All 4-H members may par-
ticipate, but State Fair teams are selected from those *32077101__ Construction-First Year Members
enrolled in the project area ONLY. County fair win- *32077102__ Construction-Beyond First Year
ners may enter 1 to 5 different contests at the State Members
fair, but only one class in any specific contest. *32077103__ Expanding Skills Level
*32077104__ Advanced Skills Level
Note: Fill in the blank in class number with number
to indicate level. Knitting
0. Novice 1. Junior Note: Fill in the blank in the class number with
2. Intermediate 3. Senior number to indicate age division.
74190000__ Dairy Cattle 1. Junior 2. Intermediate 3. Senior
79190000__ Dairy Goat *36077201__ Phase 1 *36077204__ Phase 4
*71297300__ Horticulture *36077202__ Phase 2 *36077205__ Phase 5
70090000__ Meat Animal *36077203__ Phase 3 *36077206__ Phase 6
32090000 __ Sewing/Clothing
Clatsop County 2006 Fair & Expo - Page 85
Food Preparation Junior Division (County Only)
“Foods of the Pacific Northwest “ *511672011 Favorite Food Fare (Food and
Participants must be enrolled in the Foods and Nutrition)
Nutrition project. Each participant must prepare one *511672021 Favorite Food (Food Preservation)
food product. The use of alcoholic beverages that
would be unlawful for a minor to purchase or pos- Intermediate Division
sess, is not permitted. Judging criteria are outlined
in the 4-H Food and Nutrition Contest Score Sheet Selections will be made for State Fair
(40-457), available at the county Extension office or
on the State 4-H website at, 511602012 Intermediate Mini Meal (Food and
http://oregonstate.edu/extension/4h Recipes from Nutrition)
this contest may be selected for a 4-H recipe book- 511602022 Intermediate Mini Meal (Food
let. Only Intermediate and Senior divisions qualify Preservation)
All participants must provide a poster (approxi- Senior Division
mately 22" x 30") of the recipe to Display in the
preparation area. Posters will be returned at the Selections will be made for State Fair
511602013 Senior Mini Meal (Food and Nutrition
Junior Division (County Only*) 511602023 Senior Mini Meal (Food Preservation)
*511671011 Measuring 4-H Adventures (K-3)
*511671031 Salad Youth must be enrolled in the Adventures 4-H
*511671041 Cake Project by May 31 to exhibit in this category. There
will not be competitive placement or premiums
Intermediate Division awarded.
Adventure members can enter hall exhibits and par-
Selections will be made for State Fair ticipate in the small animal exhibition. (They may
not be around the horse, large animals or dogs.)
Intermediate, One food product chosen from: Fruit When pre-registering for a class, leave the area that
or Vegetable Dish, Salad, Sandwich, Grain Product, asks for a member level (__) blank.
Yeast Product, Dairy Product, Main Dish. Youth are limited to one exhibit per class in the stat-
ic exhibits accept if otherwise stated.
Senior Division Animal Rules: Youth must pre-register fair exhibits
with the 4-H office. Adventure members are limit-
Selections will be made for State Fair ed to one small animal per animal species (rabbits,
cavies, poultry, cats). They will be exhibiting
511601013 Senior, One food product chosen from: showmanship skills. Animals will be brought in for
Fruit or Vegetable Dish, Salad, Sandwich, Grain the exhibition only and leave at the conclusion of
Product, Yeast Product, Dairy Product, Main Dish. the show. Animals must be disease free. All ani-
mals must be in carriers with leak-proof bottoms.
Rabbits and cavies cannot be pregnant or nursing.
Mini Meal A water bottle must be in the carrier with rabbits
The meal might be breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch, and cavies.
buffet supper, snack meal, party meal, etc.
Members in Food Preservation must include in their
meal at least one food product they have preserved.
The use of alcoholic beverages that would be
unlawful for a minor to purchase or possess, is not
permitted. Judging criteria are outlined on the 4-H
Food and Nutrition Contest Score Sheet (40-457),
available at the county Extension office or on the
State 4-H website at: http://oregonstate.edu/exten-
sion/4h Recipes from this contest may be Selected
for a 4-H recipe booklet.
936 E. Harbor Drive
All participants must provide a poster (approxi- Suite A, Warrenton,OR.
mately 22" x 30") of the recipe to Display in the (503) 861-2470
preparation area. Posters will be returned at the
county level. Bill Bocker
Hearing Care Specialist
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