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62 Moidart Produce Show 29 August 2009

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62 Moidart Produce Show 29 August 2009

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									                       62nd Moidart Produce Show
                            29th August 2009
                                          Schedule
                             Patron Mrs Nino Stewart

      Committee Members 2008-2009:

      Mr I Hogg,             Langal (Chairman)             Ms J. Gosney,        Acharacle
      Mrs M. McCulloch,      Newton (Vice-Chairman)        Ms N Kenaway         Acharacle
      Mrs K. MacLean,        Kinlochmoidart (Secretary)    Ms D. MacIver,       Acharacle
      Mrs M. Townsend,       Acharacle (Treasurer)         Mrs V. Hogg,         Langal
      Mrs J. Matheson,       Shielbridge (Minutes Sect)    Mrs J. Cameron,                  Acharacle

      Mrs M. MacAulay,       Kinlochmoidart                Mr K. MacDonald, Mingarry
      Mr G MacIver,          Acharacle                     Mrs P Dove,     Acharacle

    SPECIAL AWARDS:
    Miss Lees Cup: To be awarded at the Chairman’s discretion for the best Exhibit in show.
    Roshven Cup: Class 72 - Collection of Four Annual Flowers 1 Stem of Each
    Moidart Produce Show Challenge Cup: Class 29 - The Vegetable Collection
    Moidart Produce Show Rose Bowl: Class 13 - The Rich Fruit Cake
    The Mary MacDonald, Kinacarra, Cup: Class 16 - The Clootie Dumpling.
    MacKenzie Youth Challenge Cup: Best Exhibit in Show for Youth under 16
    The Jill Elizabeth Cup for Junior Flower Arranging: Class 53 - Decoration for a table
centre.
    The Iain Ardtoe Cup: For Most Points in Junior Baking, entrants aged 18 and under.
    The Ellen Shields Cup: Class 30 - For a Giant Vegetable


      Moidart Produce Show Cake Stand:           Most Points in Baking      Classes 6-24 incl.
      Clanranald Cup:                            Most Points in Vegetables Classes 29-49 incl.
      Masson Quaich:                             Most Points in Flowers     Classes 60-73 incl.
      MacIsaac Cup:                              Most Points in Handicrafts Classes 76-84 incl.
      Smith Memorial Cup:                        Most Points in Whole Show

      Judge's Award Trophy:                      Best   exhibit in Baking      Classes 6-24 incl.
      Judge's Award Trophy:                      Best   exhibit in Vegetables Classes 29-49 incl.
      Croll Cup:                                 Best   exhibit in Floral Art Classes 50-53 incl.
      Judge's Award Trophy:                      Best   exhibit in Flower      Classes 60-73 incl.
      Masson Trophy:                             Best   exhibit in Handicraft Classes 76-84 incl.
      Fortune Cup:                               Best   exhibit in Youth Section
      MacGillivray Cup:                          Best   exhibit in Pre-School Section




HOME PRODUCE (1 entry per person per class)
1.     Blackcurrant Jam
2.     Lemon Curd
3.     Bramble Jelly
4.     Marmalade
5.     Chutney
6.     4 Sausage Rolls
7.     4 Girdle Scones
8.     4 Oven fruit Scones
9.     4 Pancakes
10.    1 White Yeast Loaf
11.    A Carrot Cake
12     4 Pieces of Flapjack
13.    MOIDART PRODUCE SHOW ROSE BOWL - 1 Rich Fruit Cake
14.    1 Quiche
15.    A Round of Shortbread
16.    THE MARY MACDONALD KINACARRA CUP - 1 Clootie Dumpling
17.    1 Filled Victoria Sponge
18.    1 Lemon Drizzle Cake
19.    1 Chocolate Log
20.    1 Decorated Cake
21.    4 Homemade Chocolates
22.    4 Chocolate Brownies
23.    4 Ginger Nuts
24.    1 Baked Cheesecake
25.    Pate
26.    6 Hens Eggs
27.    Homemade Liqueur
28.    Fruit Cordial

         VEGETABLES
29.      MOIDART PRODUCE SHOW CHALLENGE CUP-
         A Collection of Vegetables 6 kinds, 2 of each - 1 entry per person
30.      THE ELLEN SHEILDS CUP - 1 Giant Vegetable
31.      4 Stalks of Kale (tied)
32.      2 Parsnips
33.      4 Onions (grown from sets)
34.      2 Leeks
35.      1 Cabbage
36.      1 Cucumber
37.      4 Tomatoes
38.      4 Cherry Tomatoes
39.      4 Carrots
40.      4 Potatoes
41.      1 Lettuce
42.      4 Cauliflower
43.      4 Runner Beans
44.      1 Broccoli
45.      4 Pods Peas
46.      2 Courgettes
47.      2 Beetroot
48.      4 Pods of French Beans
49.      4 Culinary Herbs (not in flower)
            FLORAL ART (1 entry per person per class)
     50.     An Arrangement in a Jug
     51.     A Foliage arrangement
     52.     A Hand Held Posey
     53.    THE JILL ELIZABETH CUP for junior Flower Arranging – (for boys & girls under 16):
            - Titled “A Riot of Colour”

            POT PLANTS
     54.    A Foliage Pot Plant
     55.    A Geranium
     56.    A Succulent / Cactus
     57.    A Floral Pot Plant
     58.    A Fuchsia
     59.    A Tropical Plant

            FLOWERS
     60.               Dahlia (single bloom, decorative)
     61.    Dahlia (single bloom, cactus)
     62.    Dahlia (3 blooms of one variety
     63.    4 Stems of Crocosmia
     64.    Hydrangea (3 heads one variety)
     65.    3 Hybrid Tea Roses
     66.    3 Sprays Floribunda Roses
     67.    1 Rose
     68.    Vase of Sweet Peas (6 stems)
     69.    1 Gladiolus in a vase
     70.    6 Pansies
     71.    1 Sunflower
     72.    THE ROSHVEN CUP - a Collection of 4 Annuals (1 stem of each)
     73.    Collection of 4 Perennial Flowers (1 stem of each).

            FRUIT
     74.              4 Plums
     75.    4 Dessert Apples

            HANDICRAFTS
     76.    4 Hand Tied Fishing Flies
     77.    A Walking Stick
     78.    An item of Cross-Stitch
     79.    A Local Landscape painting (A2 size max)
     80.    A Hand Knitted Article
     81.    A Handmade Bag
     82.    A Batik Article
     83     A Wooden Article (Excluding Walking Stick)
     84.    A Framed Photograph – “Water”

            ENVIRONMENTAL
     85.    A Functional Item made from Recycled materials
     86.    Homemade Compost (2ltrs)

      Preschool                                              Primary 1 to 4
      1. A painting of your favourite animal                 1. A Bookmark
      2. A Decorated Stone                                   2. A Facemask
                                                             3. A Decorated Fairy Cake

      Primary 5 to 7                                         High School & Under
      1. A Greeting Card                                     1. A Piece of Jewellery
      2. A World in a Shoe Box .                             2. A Drawing
      3. 4 Pieces of Coconut Ice                             3. A Pizza (6” max)




            Rules:
            Entries confined to ratepayers in Glenborrodale to Lochailort postal area,
            except for the Youth Section, in which visitors may enter.

1.          Entries limited to one per person in Home Produce, Floral Art, Class 29, Miss
            Lees Cup and Roshven Cup; two per person in remainder.

2.          All Entries must be entirely hand made by the exhibitor.

3.          All Baking should be covered and on a plate with label attached

4.          Exhibit entries 50p each (20p in Youth Section).

5.           Labelled exhibits to be handed to stewards between 9.00 a.m. and 10.45
           a.m.

6.          Entrance is free, but donations would be welcome.

7.          All exhibits must be in by 10.45 a.m. (judging starts 11.00 a.m.). Show opens
            at 2.00 p.m. Tables cleared 3.30 p.m.
                                                                   st  nd  rd
8.          Prizes: Each class has cash prizes of £2, £1, 50p for 1 , 2 , 3 (double for
            classes 13, 16 and 29. Also for class 3 in the High School & Under Youth
            Section). Collect from Treasurer 2.30-3.30 p.m.

9.          Cups etc. presented 3.45 p.m. Auction of produce to follow presentation.

                (Absolutely no entries will be allowed after 10.45am)

								
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