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									          2nd Annual
La Habra Valley Community Fair
             2010
    “Where Kids Come First”




        Entry Book




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                              La Habra Valley Community Fair
The La Habra Valley Community Fair is organized and operated with 100% volunteer efforts. Leaders from the
    community and participating 4-H & FFA clubs come together to make this fair possible. Each year the
  L.H.V.C.F board of directors will select an outstanding contributor to the fair. We would like to take this
               opportunity to thank the Friends of the fair who has made this year possible



                                La Habra Valley Community Fair
                                   “Where Kids Come First”


                                 F.U.J.H.S.D Board of Trustees

                                    Superintendent of Schools

                            La Habra High School Administration

                             Sonora High School Administration

                           Parents of La Habra High School FFA

                             Parents of Sonora High School FFA

                                 La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H Club

                                             All Volunteers




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                                        Junior Department Rules

 The junior department is for youth who want to enter exhibits at the La Habra Valley Community Fair. There
are a number of organizations that want competition within their specific organization. The La Habra Valley
Community Fair can do this by establishing divisions and classes for groups such as FFA, 4-H and others. The
L.H.V.C.F will provide the opportunity for young people to exhibit who are not members of an organized
group. Independent Junior exhibitors will compete in the appropriate class in direct competition with other 4H
and FFA members.

*All livestock classes are reserved for 4-H and FFA members


                                             Community Youth

         FFA Members: may participate in classes when they enroll in high school agriculture education
         courses and may show until the end of the next calendar year following graduation.

         4-H Membership: enrollment is open to all youth from kindergarten through 12th grade through
         December 31st of the year in which they turn19 years of age.

         4-H Primary: members must be 5 years old or in Kindergarten by Dec. 31 st of the program year.
         Primary members cannot enroll in large animal projects. Approved animal projects are dogs, rabbits,
         cats, poultry, cavies, pygmy goats.

         Independent Junior Exhibitors: An independent junior is a youth in our community Ages 5-19 and
         enrolled in our local school districts or living in the City limits or county zones in 90631.


                                               ENTRY FORMS DUE – June 1st 2010
                                                 All entries must be done on-line!




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                                            General Livestock Rules


1.    The La Habra Valley Community Fair Jr. Livestock Auction is restricted to FFA and 4-H club members that
      belong to chartered clubs in the La Habra City limits and reside in Orange or Los Angeles counties. All members
      must be in good standing as determined by chapter advisors and Community Leaders. Students may sell only one
      market animal in the auction.
2.    FFA members may participate as a member until December 31 of the year following their graduation year.
3.    All 4-H member exhibitors showing livestock must be enrolled in the appropriate livestock project for the animal
      they wish to show.
4.    Under no circumstances may exhibitor enter the same species of animal in 4-H and FFA. Consult State Fair rules
      for further clarification.
5.    No FFA or 4-H member may exhibit a market animal that has been sold as a market animal through any fair or
      Junior Livestock Auction regardless of change of ownership.
6.    Representatives from every club and chapter having animals in the sale are expected to assist in the auction set-up
      and clean-up at the fair.
7.    The Livestock Committee reserves the right to close classes and refuse additional entries if the facilities become
      full.
8.    Judges and management may combine or cancel classes depending upon the number of entries per class. Dairy
      classes must have at least 3 entries. No more than two entries owned by one exhibitor in a class.
9.    All market animals will be weighed per the schedules shown by species.
10.   All market exhibitors will be released when their animals are moved to specified areas as directed. All pens and tie
      areas must be cleaned before departure.
11.   All exhibitors are responsible for the care, feeding, watering of their animal until they are removed from the show
      grounds.
12.   The fair management reserves the right to remove an animal or exhibitor from the show in case of illness,
      misconduct, or any other reason deemed appropriate.
13.   No animal can be removed from the show grounds without the consent of the Livestock Supervisor of the show.
14.   All exhibitors are required to keep their display presentable and clean for the visiting public.
15.   Cattle will bed down in straw. Pigs, sheep and goats in shavings only. All bedding to be provided by LHVCV.
16.   Any exhibitor who fails to show up for his/her class will not be allowed to compete in an alternate class.
17.   All protests must be submitted in writing and signed within one hour of the conclusion of the show in question. All
      filings must be accompanied by a $100 dollar filing fee. Decisions regarding the application and interpretation of
      the rules shall be made through consultation of the fair president, Division chair and member‟s leader or advisor. If
      the protest is valid the member forfeits the right to continue on in any shows and will be removed from the
      grounds. If the protest is upheld the filing fee will be returned 100%.
18.   Any exhibitor, parent, or legal guardian found in violation of fair rules or who commits any unethical act will
      forfeit all premiums, awards and privileges and will not be allowed to participate in any further LHVCV activities.
19.   All rules in this premium book will be followed. There will be no exceptions regardless of previous actions or
      precedents of the livestock committee.
20.   California State Fair rules will be followed unless local rules are specified herein.
21.   All members exhibiting livestock will enter/ exit through the West gate between the two story building and
      the main campus. Livestock will be delivered through the same gate.
22.   Livestock superintendent will release animals when their pens and adjoining areas are clean.
23.   All animals must be shown clean and no products may be used on animals. This is a natural fair.




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                                   Livestock Exhibitors

                          Certification and Statement of Disclosure
                               U.S.D.A Wholesome Meat Act
  The signatures below certify that the market animals listed below have not received any
     non-approved drugs and that the withdraw time required of all approved drugs or
                              medication has been adhered too.
  We the undersigned agree the any antibiotic, medication, pesticide or other substances
    administered to any market animal or bird while at the La Habra Valley Fair will be
   administered after the approval of the Livestock Superintendent by or under the direct
   supervision of a licensed veterinarian. Any such medication or treatment may require
additional withdrawal time and disqualify the entry from eligibility for the sale or shipment
                  to slaughter from the La Habra Valley Community Fair.


                     Beef    Swine     Lamb Goat Poultry         Rabbit
                                        (Circle one)


Animal I.D # ( Ear Tag, Leg Bands, Tattoo)


______No antibiotic, medication, pesticide or other substance has been administered after
May 1, 2010.

_____An antibiotic, medication or pesticide or other substance has been administered after
May 1, 2010.
         Please complete the following information if any antibiotic, medication, pesticide
or other substance has been administered to these animals after May 1, 2010 thereby
requiring additional time to meet legal withdrawal limits before slaughter.

Medication____________________________________________________
Dosage_______________________________________________________
Date administered_______________________________________________

_________________________
Exhibitor Name (print)

_______________________                  ______________________________
Exhibitor‟s Signature                      Parent or Guardian Signature

________________________                 ______________________________
Club or Chapter                                               Date


  *No Market Animal will be weighed until this form is signed and turned in at the Scale




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Beef Division                                                              Market Division 10
Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010
                                                                           Entry Fee: $20.00
Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.                Awards: Belt Buckle to Grand Champion
                                                                           Open to exhibitors eligible per rule 1and planning to sell at the
Beef Judge ………………………Josh Rodrigues                                         auction.
Livestock Superintendent………. Steve Miller
Show Secretary………………….Amanda Oogjen
                                                                           Class     01        Gender               Weight: 1000 +
Schedule of Events                                                                             Steer/Heifer

Saturday, June 12th, 2010                                                  Progress Division 11
Progress/Market move-in ……….7:00am -9:00 am
                                                                           Entry Fee: $20.00
Market weigh in………………….8:00am – 9:00am
Tent opens to public……………..9:00am                                          Awards for Grand Champion
Judging to follow Sheep show (approx. 4:00 PM)                             Open to exhibitors not planning to sell at the auction.
Progress followed by Market followed by Showmanship
Progress animals released at the end of Steer show                         Class     02        Gender               Steer/Heifer
 Sunday, June 13th, 2010
Market animals on display ……………….…9:00am to end of auction
Auction………………………………………1:00 pm
Cattle moved to specified areas as directed at conclusion of auction       Beef Showmanship Division 13
                                                                           Entry Fee: none
 ***Schedule may change depending on entries received***

Entry Fee $20.00
                                                                           Class      04       Novice
Bedding provided by LHVCF                                                  Class      05       Advanced
Market Beef: on line entry required.
                                                                           Belt Buckle to 1st showman and ribbons 2nd - 10th Place. All
All Market Class animals will be required to stay on exhibit as            exhibitors will be eligible for showmanship by their entries in
indicated in schedule. Progress classes will only remain on                their beef class
exhibit for the day of their show.
                                                                           Novice: limited to 4H & FFA showman who are showing for the
The Livestock Superintendent will release all animals at the               first time or are under the age of 14.
end of the day, after cleaning is completed. Please bring
necessary tools for cleaning.                                              Club or Chapter Groups Division 14
                                                                           Entry Fee: $5.00
Market animals (auction animals) will be weighed at the
fair site and will be tagged if needed.                                    Class 06
                                                                           On-line pre-entry required. Entry consists of 3 animals from a
Progress Animals - Base weight for computing classes will be               chapter or club. Must be owned and shown by members with not
determined by weighing animals at home site and submitting                 more than one animal per member. Limited to one pen per
weights by June 4th at 6:00 pm. No late weights will be                    club/chapter. Winning Chapter or Club will receive an award.
accepted, and steers must have an ear tag. Submit weights via
e-mail to ghunt@fjuhsd.net.


Market Beef Scorecard
Market Ready                             Blue Ribbon
Market steers/heifers projected to have sufficient fat deposition
to meet the marbling specifications for USDA Prime, Choice or
Select + quality grades.

Not Market Ready                        Red Ribbon
Market steers/heifers lacking evidence of sufficient fat
deposition to produce a desirable consumer product, steers
projected to grade USDA Select or lower or steers not to be in
the auction.




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                                                                      Market Division 20
Swine Division                                                        Entry Fee: $10.00
                                                                      Awards: Belt Buckle to Grand Champion
                                                                      Open to exhibitors eligible per rule 1and planning to sell at the
Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010
                                                                      auction.
Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.
                                                                      Class 01         Gender                   Weight 200+
Swine Judge ……………….……Steve Miller                                                      Gilt/Barrow
Livestock Superintendent……….Steve Miller
Show Secretary………………….Angie Seamen
                                                                      Progress Division 21
Schedule of Events                                                    Entry Fee: $10.00
Friday, June 11th, 2010                                               Awards for Grand Champion
Progress/Market move-in ………………..3:00 pm – 5:00 pm                     Open to exhibitors not planning to sell at the auction.
Market Weigh-in …………………………4:00pm – 5:00 pm
Tent Opens to public………………… …. 4:00 pm
Judging…………………………………….5:00 pm                                         Class 02            Gender               Gilt/Barrow
Progress followed by Market followed by Showmanship
Progress swine released at end of show.
Tent Closes at completion of show
                                                                      Swine Showmanship Division 23
Sunday, June 13th, 2010                                               Entry Fee: None
Market animals on display ………….…10:00am to end of auction
Auction………………………………………..1:00pm                                        Class      04       Novice
Swine moved to specified area as directed at end of auction.
                                                                      Class      05       Advanced
***Schedule may change depending on entries received***
                                                                      Belt Buckle to 1st place showman and ribbons 2nd - 10th. All
Entry Fee $10.00                                                      exhibitors will be eligible for showmanship by their entries in
                                                                      their hog class.
Bedding Provided by LHVCF
All Market Class animals will be required to stay on exhibit as       Novice: limited to 4H & FFA showman who are showing for the
indicated in schedule. Progress classes will only remain on           first time or are under the age of 14.
exhibit for the day of their show.
                                                                      Club or Chapter Group Division 24
The Livestock Superintendent will release all animals at the          Entry Fee: $ 5.00
end of the day, after cleaning all pens. Please bring                 Class 06
necessary tools for cleaning.                                         On-line pre-entry required. Entry consists of 3 animals from a
                                                                      chapter or. Must be owned and shown by separate members.
Market animals (auction animals) will be weighed at the               Limited to one pen per club/chapter.
fair site and will be tagged if needed.                               Winning Chapter or Club will receive an award.

Progress animals base weight for computing classes will be
determined by weighing animals at home site and submitting
weights by June 4th at 6:00 pm. No late weights will be
accepted, and Hogs must have an ear tag. Submit weights
 via e-mail to ghunt@fjuhsd.net.


                   Market Swine Scorecard
Market Ready                             Blue Ribbon
U.S. No. 1 Hogs of superior and above average conformation
excelling in leanness, muscularity, and production traits. Must
have youthful appearance.

Not Market Ready                        Red Ribbon
U.S. No. 1 Hogs of average conformation and U.S. No. 2 hogs
that are acceptable in leanness, muscularity, and production
traits. U.S. No. 3 and U.S. No. 4 and Utility grade hogs, or
hogs not to be in the auction.




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Sheep Division
Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010

Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.              Market Division 30
                                                                         Entry Fee: $10.00
Market Sheep Judge ………………Clint Cummings                                  Awards: Belt Buckle to Grand Champion
Progress Sheep Judge……………..Josh Rodrigues                                Open to exhibitors eligible per rule 1and planning to sell at the
Livestock Superintendent…….…. Steve Miller                               auction.
Show Secretary…………………. Amanda Oogjen

Schedule of Events                                                       Class     01        Gender               Weight 100+
Saturday, June 12th, 2010                                                                    Wether/Ewe
Move-in ………………...…7:00am – 9:00 am
Market animal weigh in……8:00am – 9:00 am                                 Progress Division 31
Tent opens to public……….9:00am                                           Entry Fee: $10.00
Judging to follow Goat show (approx. 12:00 noon)                         Awards to Grand Champion
Progress followed by Market followed by Showmanship                      Open to exhibitors not planning to sell at the auction.
Market animals on display until end of steer show
Progress animals released at end of steer show.
 Sunday, June 13th, 2010                                                 Class     02        Gender               Wether/Ewe
Market on Display …………….…9:00am until end of auction
Auction………………………………………..1:00pm
Sheep moved to specified area as directed at conclusion of auction       Sheep Showmanship Division 33
                                                                         Entry Fee: None
 ***Schedule may change depending on entries received***

Entry Fee $10.00
                                                                         Class      04       Novice
Bedding Provided by LHVCF                                                Class      05       Advanced
Market Sheep: on line entry required
                                                                         Belt Buckle to 1st place showman and ribbons 2nd - 10th. All
All Market Class animals will be required to stay on exhibit as          exhibitors will be eligible for showmanship by their entries in
indicated in schedule. Progress classes will only remain on              their sheep class.
exhibit for the day of their show.
                                                                         Novice: limited to 4H & FFA showman who are showing for the
The Livestock Superintendent will release all animals at the             first time or are under the age of 14.
end of the day, after cleaning all pens. Please bring
necessary tools for cleaning.                                            Club or Chapter Pen of Three Division 34
                                                                         Entry Fee: $5.00
Market animals (auction animals) will be weighed at the
fair site and will be tagged if necessary.                               Class 06
                                                                         On-line pre-entry required. Entry consists of 3 animals from a
                                                                         chapter or. Must be owned and shown by members with not more
Progress animals base weight for computing classes will be
                                                                         than one animal per member. Limited to one pen per
determined by weighing animals at home site and submitting               club/chapter. Winning Chapter or Group will receive an award.
weights by June 4th at 6:00 pm. No late weights will be
accepted, and lambs must have an ear tag. Submit weights via
e-mail to ghunt@fjuhsd.net.

Scrapie tags required

                     Market Sheep Scorecard

Market Ready                            Blue Ribbon
USDA Prime or Choice in quality grade with 12th rib back fat
range .16-.35, average or greater conformation and cutability.

Not Market Ready                        Red Ribbon
Good or lower quality grade with 12th rib back fat range <.16 or
>.35, under finished lambs grading USDA good or lower,
below-average conformation or cutability.




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                                                                       Market Division 40
                                                                       Entry Fee: $10.00
Goat Division                                                          Awards: Belt Buckle to Grand Champion
                                                                       Open to exhibitors eligible per rule 1 and planning to sell at the
Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010                                auction.

Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.            Class 01            Gender                          Weight 60 +
Goat Judge ………………………Clint Cummings                                                         Wether/Doe
Showmanship Judge…………….Clint Cummings
Livestock Superintendent………. Steve Miller                              Progress Division 41
Show Secretary………………….Amanda Oogjen                                    Entry Fee: $10.00
Schedule of Events
                                                                       Awards to Grand Champion
Saturday, June 12th, 2010                                              Open to exhibitors not planning to sell at the auction.
Move-in……………………………..7:00am – 9:00am
Market animal weigh-in…………….8:00am – 9:00am                            Class 02            Gender                          Wether/Doe
Tent opens to public………………..9:00am
Judging…………………………….10:00am
Progress followed by Market followed by Showmanship
Market animals on display until end of steer show
Progress animals released at end of steer show                         Goat Showmanship Division 43
                                                                       Entry Fee: None
Sunday, June 13th, 2010
Market animals on Display …10:00am to end of auction
Auction………………………………………..1:00pm                                         Class      04       Novice
Sheep moved to specified area as directed at end of auction            Class      05       Advanced
 ***Schedule my slightly change depending on entries received***
                        Entry Fee $10.00                               Belt Buckle to 1st place showman and ribbons 2nd - 10th. All
                                                                       exhibitors will be eligible for showmanship by their entries in
                          Bedding Provided
                                                                       their sheep class.
Market Goat: on line entry required                                    Novice: limited to 4H & FFA showman who are showing for the
All Market Class animals will be required to stay on exhibit as        first time or are under the age of 14.
indicated in schedule. Progress classes will only remain on
exhibit for the day of their show.
                                                                       Club or Chapter Group Division 44
The Livestock Superintendent will release all animals at the           Entry Fee: $5.00
end of the day, after cleaning all pens. Please bring
necessary tools for cleaning.                                          On-line pre-entry required. Entry consists of 3 animals from a
                                                                       chapter or club. Must be owned and shown by members with not
Market animals (auction animals) will be weighed at the                more than one animal per member. Limited to one pen per
fair site and will be tagged if necessary. Progress animals            club/chapter. Winning Chapter or Club will receive an award.
base weight for computing classes will be determined by
weighing animals at home site and submitting weights by June
4th at 6:00 pm. No late weights will be accepted, and goats must
have an ear tag. Submit weights via e-mail to
ghunt@fjuhsd.net.

Market Goat Scorecard

Market Ready:                 Blue Ribbon
Goats that will grade fancy with above-average conformation
and youthful appearance.

Not Market Ready:              Red Ribbon
Goats with the potential to grade choice or good
with average or below average conformation.




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Dairy Cattle Division
Dairy Cattle: on line entry required
Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010
Entry Fee: $10.00 per head
Bedding Provided
Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.

Dairy Judge ………………………...Steve Miller
Livestock Superintendent………. Steve Miller
Show Secretary………………….Angie Seamen

Schedule of Events
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Animals received……………………..6:00pm – 8:00pm
Sunday, June 13, 2010
Animals received…………………….7:00am – 8:00am
Tent opens to public………….………8:00am
Judging starts ……………………….8:00am
Cotton&Cream ………………………4:00 pm
Haul out……As directed by Livestock superintendent

Dairy Cattle will only remain on exhibit for the day of the show.             Division 806 Dairy Chapter/Club Group
                                                                              Entry Fee $5.00
The Livestock Superintendent will release all animals at the end
of the day, after cleaning all pens. Please bring necessary tools             Class 01-Group of 3 dairy cattle, previously shown as individuals. Must
for cleaning.                                                                 be owned and shown by members of 1 chapter/group with not more than
         ALL DAIRY CATTLE MUST PRODUCE A                                     1 animal per member. Limited to 1 entry per chapter/group.
          HEALTH CERTIFICATE FOR CURRENT
          TUBERCULOSIS TEST WITHIN 90 DAYS OF
          FAIR                                                                Division 807 Dairy Showmanship
Division 800 Registered Cattle- Holstein                                      Entry Fee: none

Division 801 Registered Cattle- Jersey                                        Following Breed Classes
                                                                              Class 01 Junior age 9-13
Division 802 Registered Cattle- all other breeds
                                                                                     02 Senior age 14-19
Division 803 Unregistered Cattle- Holstein
                                                                                     03 Novice FFA-1st time showman
Division 804 Unregistered Cattle- Jersey
                                                                                     04 Advanced FFA
Division 805 Unregistered Cattle- all other breeds
       Class
                                                                              Division 808 Dairy Cattle Cotton and Cream
           01 Winter calf – born between 12/31/09 and 3/10/10
                                                                              Entry Fee: $5.00
           02 Fall calf – born between 10/31/09 and 12/30/10
                                                                              June 14 7 pm
           03 Summer yearling – not in milk, 5/31/09 -8/30/09
                                                                              Class 01     Junior age 9-13
           04 Spring yearling – not in milk, 2/28/09 – 5/30/09
                                                                                     02    Senior age 14-19
           05 Winter yearling – 11/30/08 – 2/27/09
                                                                              The object of the class is twofold, a Fashion show of imaginatively
           06 Fall Yearling – 10/31/08 – 11/29/08
                                                                              attired exhibitors and a well behaved haltered calf, judged as a pair, with
           07 Junior Two Year Old – 3/31/08 – 8/30/08
                                                                              points being given to both exhibitor and animal.
           08 Senior Two Year Old – 10/31/07 – 3/27/08
                                                                              Exhibitor does not have to own the animal
           09 Three Year 10/31/06 – 8/30/07
                                                                              The entrant will be judged on the mode of dress selected, must be
           10 Four Year – 10/31/05 – 8/30/06
                                                                              attractive and lend elegance to the class.
           11 Five Years and Older – Prior to 8/31/06
                                                                              Garment must be made of at least 70% cotton
           12 Dry Cows – any age
                                                                              For garments sewn by the exhibitor, 5 points will be gained.
           13 Junior Best of Three Females-to consist of three females
                                                                              Calves must be conditioned, fitted, and trained to show on halter. All La
               under 2 yrs. of age, none freshened, all bred by and at
                                                                              Habra Valley Community Fair Rules apply.
               least   owned by one exhibitor
                                                                              A complete commentary describing the entire outfit, accessories, and
           14 Best Three Females- any age. All bred with at least
                                                                              any other part of the costume must be provided before judging. Each
               one owned by exhibitor.
                                                                              contestant models in the show ring.
           15 Produce of Dam - 2 animals produce of 1 cow
                                                                              A minimum of 3 entries per class to be judged is required. If fewer than
           16 Daughter-Dam- Cow and 1 offspring, any age
                                                                              3, the class will be cancelled and the entry fee refunded.
           17 Dairy Herd – 4 freshened cows

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Rabbit Division
Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010
Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.
Entry Fee:$ 1.00

Rabbit Judge ……….Allen Mesick and Randy Shumaker
Small Stock Superintendent……………….Tom Weiland (La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)
Show Secretary………………….……Elizabeth Weiland (La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)
(562) 698-0980
Schedule of Events
Saturday, June 12th, 2010
8:00am 9:00am……………….……………Delivery/Check-in
10:00 am…………………………………….... .Showmanship
TBA………………………………………………..….Judging
10:00 am- 8:00 pm………….............................Building Hours
Sunday, June 13, 2010
9:00 am-6:00 pm…………………….…….Building Hours
4:30 pm…………………………………...Awards Ceremony-Best of Show, Reserve Best of Show, Outstanding Exhibitor
6:30-7:30pm………………………… ……Rabbits Released

  1.    The show is open to all youth.
  2.    This is a two day coop show.
  3.    Exhibitor is responsible for the care and feeding of their own rabbit(s) during the fair. Exhibitors must bring suitable crocks and water bottles.
  4.    Animals must be brought to the fair in a standard waterproof transport cage. No CARDBOARD Boxes.
  5.    No straw or other bedding is allowed in cages.
  6.    All animals must be identified by a legible, permanent ear marking in the left ear conforming to the entry form on arrival to the show. Any
        duplication will be disqualified. I.D. Numbers and Variety must be listed on the entry form.
  7.    All rabbits will remain on exhibit until Sunday June 13, 2010 at 6:30 pm
  8.    All State and Local rules apply to this show.
  9.    Rules, definitions and judging procedures as prescribed in the current Guide Book and Standard of A.R.B.A. Inc., shall apply to all fair rabbit shows
        provided they do not conflict with any of the rules and regulations prescribed by the Dept. of Food and Agriculture.
  10.   Long sleeved shirts must be worn by exhibitors for showmanship.
  11.   Exhibitors, parents or leaders will not be allowed to converse with the Judges while judging is in progress.
  12.   Exhibitors are encouraged to decorate their cages. Educational information on breed, such as origin and purpose is especially encouraged.
  13.   Rabbit & Cavy Show will be held in an enclosed, ventilated building which will be locked after hours.
  14.   Exhibitors do not have to be present for Breed Conformation Judging.
  15.   Any rabbits exhibiting signs or symptoms of disease of any kind must be immediately removed from the building.
  16.   All rabbits are entered at the owner‟s risk. Although precautions will be taken to safeguard and minimize all risks, the La Habra Valley Community
        Fair and its volunteers will not be responsible for theft, loss, or injury to exhibits.
  17.   Volunteer opportunities will be available during the show. Please contact show secretary for information.
  18.   Exhibitors must obtain signed release form from small stock superintendent prior to removal of any rabbit from the fair.

OFFICIAL AMERICAN RABBIT BREEDERS ASSOCIATION SANCTIONED SHOW
PO BOX 5667 BLOOMINTON, IL 61702
MEMBERSHIP DUES:
        ADULT: $20.00/ YEAR, 3 YEARS $50.00
        YOUTH: $12.00/YEAR, 3 YEARS $30.OO
        COMBINATION HUSBAND & WIFE:$30.00/YEAR, 3 YEARS $75.00
        SINGLE ADULT FAMILY: $20.00 PLUS $5.00 PER YOUTH PER YEAR, 3 YEARS $50.00 PLUS $10.00 PER YOUTH
        HUSBAND/WIFE FAMILY: $30.00 PLUS $5.00 PER YOUTH PER YEAR, 3 YEARS $75.00 PLUS $10.00 PER YOUTH
The ARBA National Convention for 2010 will be held November 7-11, 2010 Minneapolis, MN

Rabbit Breeds
Entry Fee: $ 1.00

Lightweight Breeds (Specify Variety on Entry Form)

Div.200 American Fuzzy Lop                              Div.208 Harlequin                                       Div.216 Netherland Dwarf
Div.201 Angora- English                                 Div.209 Havana                                          Div.217 Polish
Div.202 Angora- French                                  Div210.Himalayan                                        Div.218 Rex
Div.203 Angora- Satin                                   Div211 Holland Lop                                      Div.219 Rhinelander
Div.204 Dutch                                           Div.212 Lilac                                           Div.220 Silvers
Div.205 Dwarf Hotot                                     Div.213 Jersey Wooly                                    Div.221 Silver Marten
Div.206 English Spot                                    Div.214 Mini Lop                                        Div.222 Tans
Div.207 Florida White                                   Div.215 Mini Rex                                        Div.235 Other Light Weights




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Classes: Divided by Age

01         Senior Bucks                      6 months or older
02         Senior Does                       6 months or older
03         Junior Bucks                      3 to 6 months
04         Junior Does                       3 to 6 months


Heavyweight Breeds (Specify Variety on Entry Form)


Div.223 Angora, Giant                                                               Div.230 French Lop
Div.224 Beveren                                                                     Div.231 New Zealand
Div.225 California                                                                  Div.232 Palomino
Div.226 Champagne D‟ Argent                                                         Div.233 Satin
Div.227 Checkered Giant                                                             Div.234 Silver Fox
Div.228 Flemish Giant                                                               Div.236 Other Heavy Weights
Div.229 English Lop

           Senior Bucks                      8 months or older
           Senior Does                       8 months or older
           Intermediate Bucks                6-8 months
           Intermediate Does                 6-8 months
           Junior Bucks                      3 to 8 months
           Junior Does                       3 to 8 months


Division 50 Rabbit Meat Pens
Entry Fee: $ 5.00
Exhibitor must meet eligibility requirements for market animals and Junior Livestock Auction. See General Livestock Rules for details. One pen of market
rabbits per exhibitor is allowed. Exhibitor must own rabbits at time of show. The Grand and Reserve Champion Pens will be sold at the auction. Champion
and Reserve Pens will remain at the fair until the conclusion of the Junior Livestock Auction on Sunday, June 13, 2010.

Class 01 Consisting of 3 market rabbits weighting 3 to 5 lbs each and less than 69 days old.


Division 54 Rabbit Showmanship
Entry Fee: None
Ribbons through 8th place. Pre-entry on-line required.

Class
           07         Senior age 14- 19
           08         Junior age 9- 13
           09         Novice 1st time Showman
           10         Primary age 5-8

Division 55 Rabbit Knowledge Contest
Entry Fee: None

Class
           07         Senior age 14- 19
           08         Junior age 9- 13
           09         Novice 1st time Showman
           10         Primary age 5-8

------Help us educate the general public and decorate the exhibit hall with the following entries --------

Refer to Youth Building Divisions # 913-918 for Vet. Science Posters, Notebooks and Equipment and information on entering these
divisions for rabbit exhibits.




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Cavy Division
 Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010

Cavy Judge ……………………….……..……TBA
Small Stock Superintendent………….Tom Weiland (La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)
Show Superintendent………….Amanda Thomason (La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)
Show Secretary……………….……....Jessica Cram (La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)
() 697-3556
Schedule of Events                                   ***Schedule is tentative and subject to change depending on the number of entries received***
Saturday, June 11th, 2010
8:00am 9:00am……….……….……….……….Check-in
10:00 am………………..…………….……Showmanship
3:00 pm……………………………………..…….Judging
9:00am- 8:00 pm……….…........................Building Open
Sunday, June 12th, 2010
4:30 pm………………………..Awards Ceremony-Best of Show/Reserve Best of Show

Cavy Breeds (Specify Variety on Entry Form)
Entry Fees: $ 1.00 per entry

Divisions
                                                                                306                  Abyssinian Satin
300                   Abyssinian                                                307                  Coronet
301                   American                                                  308                  Silkie Satin
302                   American Satin                                            309                  Peruvian
303                   Silkie                                                    310                  Peruvian Satin
304                   Teddy                                                     311                  Texel
305                   White Crested                                             312                  Teddy Satin

Class
01          Senior Boar          6 months or older, over 30 oz
02          Senior Sow           6 months or older, over 30 oz
03          Intermediate Boar    4-6 months 22- 30 oz
04          Intermediate Sow     4-6 months 22- 30 oz
05          Junior Boar          under 4 months 12- 22 oz
06          Junior Sow           under 4 months 12-22 oz


Division 60 Showmanship
Entry Fee: None Pre-entry on-line only.

Class
07          Senior age 14- 19
08          Junior age 9- 13
09          Novice 1st time Showman
10          Primary age 5-8


Division 62 Cavy Breed I.D. Contest
Entry Fee: None   Pre-entry on-line only.

Class
07          Senior age 14- 19
08          Junior age 9- 13
09          Novice 1st time Showman
10          Primary age 5-8

------Help us educate the general public and decorate the exhibit hall with the following entries --------

Refer to Youth Building Divisions # 913-918 for Vet. Science Posters, Notebooks and Equipment and information on entering these
divisions for cavy exhibits.




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Poultry Division
    Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010                                    o    Any bird with lice, mites, fleas, that arrive at
    Entry Fee $1.00                                                                 the show diseased will be immediately removed
                                                                                    from the fairgrounds by the exhibitor.
    Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.

    Poultry Judge ……………..………………..……Jack Crane                             Definitions
    Show Manager……………………………..Glenn Heathman                                   Cock & Hen                              Over one year
                               (La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)                     Cockerel & Pullet                       Under one year
    Show Secretary……Diane Sosack(La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)                    Old Tom & Hen                           Over one year
    (714) 875-1164                                                            Young Tom & Hen                         Under one year

    Schedule of Events                                                    La Habra Valley Fair Poultry Awards
    Saturday, June 12th, 2010
    8:00am 9:00am………………………….Coop in                                       Trophy for: Champion of the Show, Reserve Champion of
    9:30 am……………….....Poultry & Egg Judging                               the Show
    11:00 am……....Poultry & Turkey Showmanship
    12:30 - 2:00pm…………..………..Judges Lunch                                 Trophy for Champion:
    2:00-4:00pm……………….……Junior Activities                                 Standard: American, Asiatic, English, Mediterranean,
    9:00 am-8:00 pm……………….…Building Open                                  Continental, All Other Standard Breeds.
    Sunday, June 13th , 2010                                              Bantam: Modern Game, Old English Game, SCCL, RCCL,
    9:00am-6:00pm……………….….Building Open                                   AOCCL &, Feather legged.
    6:30 pm……………………………….Check-out                                         Waterfowl: All & Turkey.
    Thank you for sharing your birds with us!                             All Other Winners Will Receive Ribbon.
     ***Schedule my change depending on entries
    received***                                                           Junior Poultry Show
                                                                          Pure-Bred Chicken/Large Single Birds
    Volunteer Opportunities                                               Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.
    It takes many hours of volunteering to put on a show. Here
    are some suggestions of ways you can help and will be truly
    appreciated:                                                                               LARGE BIRDS
                                                                                       All colors judged together
              Help set-up – check with the staff to find out what        American Breeds
               you can do to help.                                                  DIV. 100 – Jersey Giant
              Stay as long as you can and help tear down.                          DIV. 101 – New Hampshire
              Exhibitors dump your feed and water cups and                         DIV. 102 – Wyandottes
               remove your coop tags when you check out!                            DIV. 103 – Any Other American
               Saves a lot of clean up time.                              Mediterranean
                                                                                    DIV. 110 - Leghorn
    Clerking for the Judge                                                          DIV. 111 - Buttercups
    Anyone interested in clerking for the judge should check with                   DIV. 112 – Any Other Med
    the Show Manager first thing in the morning.                          Continental Breed
                                                                                    DIV. 113 - Hamburg
                                                                                    DIV. 114 –Polish, Bearded/Non
                                                                                    DIV. 115 – Any Other Continental
                                                                          Asiatic Breeds
                                                                                    DIV. 104 – Brahmas
                                                                                    DIV. 105 – Cochin
                                                                                    DIV. 106 – Any Other Asiatic

                                                                          English Breeds
     La Habra Valley Fair Show Rules                                                DIV. 107 – Australorp
                                                                                    DIV. 108 – Orpington
         o     Entries must be completed online by June 1st 2010                    DIV. 109 – Any Other English
         o     Ethical practice statement will be signed at show          All Other Standard Breeds
               check-in.                                                            DIV. 116 – Araucana
         o     For other information contact show secretary.                        DIV. 117 – Americana
         o     All State and Local Rules Apply to this Show.                        DIV. 118 – Phoenix
         o     Entry fees are $1.00 per bird and $3.00 per market                   DIV. 119 –Any other standard breed
               pens.                                                      Class
         o     All entries received in show must have a leg band.         01 Cock
         o     Any birds showing evidence of infection or                 02 Hen
               contagious disease will be removed from the                03 Cockerel
               show.                                                      04 Pullet
         o     La Habra Valley Fair will not be responsible for
               theft, loss or accidents to exhibits.
         o     Judging shall be by comparison and in accordance
               with the latest published American Poultry
               Association Book of Standard. Decisions of the
               judges shall be final. Exhibitors or their agents
               will not be allowed to converse with the Judges
               while judging is in progress.
         o     Bird substituted must be same breed, variety, age
               and sex as the original entry.
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                                                                    1st Place winners in each class will receive a Trophy all
   BANTAM CHICKENS                                                  other winners will receive ribbon.
Game Bird
DIV. 120 – Modern Game
DIV. 121 – Old English                                              Poultry Meat Pens-Division 2000
                                                                    Please Note: Meat Pens open to La Habra FFA & 4H and
All Other Comb/Clean Legged                                         Sonora FFA age 5 to 19.
DIV. 131 - Cornish                                                  Entry Fee…………………….$3.00 per Market Pen
DIV. 132 – Polish, Bearded/Non Bearded                              Birds Received………………. June 12th, 8:00 – 9:00 am
DIV. 133 – Any Other AOCCL                                          Birds Released…………. ……June 13th at 6:00 pm

Single Comb/Clean Legged                                            * Birds will remain on Grounds until after the Auction*
DIV. 122 – Leghorn
DIV. 123 - Phoenix                                                  Market Poultry Guidelines and Rules:
DIV. 124 - Plymouth Rock
DIV. 125 - Rhode Island                                                 1.  One Pen per Exhibitor.
DIV. 126 – Any Other, SCCL ,                                            2.  Pen is three birds not over nine weeks of age
                                                                            weighting between 3 ½ - 5 ½ lbs each.
Rose Comb/Clean Legged                                                  3. Birds must be Cornish Cross and identified on
DIV. 127 – Rose Comb                                                        entry form by leg band number. Forms without ID
DIV. 128 – Sebright                                                         numbers will be rejected and entry fees forfeited.
DIV. 129- Wyandotte                                                     4. Sales receipt or invoice needed at time of Check-In
DIV. 130 – Any Other, RCCL                                                  or birds will not be weighed.
                                                                        5. Meat Pen consists of cockerels, pullet or a
Feather Legged                                                              combination of both.
DIV. 134 – Brahma                                                       6. Champion and Reserve Champion Meat pens will
DIV. 135 – Cochin Frizzle                                                   be sold at the Junior Livestock Auction, Sunday,
DIV. 136 – Cochin                                                           June 13th 2010. – Champion Turkey (prospect)
DIV. 137 – D „uccle                                                         will not be sold.
DIV. 138 – Silkie Bearded/Non Bearded                                   7. Birds must be identified by leg band attached at
DIV. 139 – Any Other, FL                                                    time of check-in. Numbers must correspond with
                                                                            numbers on entry form or birds will be rejected
Utility Bird (Birds may be from the non-purebred group.                     and entry fee forfeited.
Please specify breed on entry form)                                     8. Fair will provide Feed & Water. All exhibitors are
Div. 140-                                                                   responsible for the care of their birds.
Class                                                                   9. Only Poultry Meat Pens judged to be market and
  02 Hen                                                                    consumer ready (equivalent to Group 1 grade) will
  04 Pullet                                                                 be eligible to compete in any and all
                                                                            Championships.
                                                                        10. Any bird with lice, mites, fleas, arrives at the
                                                                            show diseased will immediately removed from
                                                                            the grounds by the exhibitor.
                                                                        11. All meat birds will be weighed in at the time of
                                                                            inspection.
Poultry / Turkey Showmanship
Entry Fee: None
DIV. 90 Poultry Showmanship
DIV. 91 Turkey Showmanship
                                                                    Eggs
Showmanship:
       Class
                                                                    DIVISION: 94
        07           Senior age 14- 19
        08           Junior age 9- 13
        09           Novice 1st time Showman                        Class 01 Small White
        10           Primary age 5-8                                Class 02 Medium White
                                                                    Class 03 Large White
There are no showmanship fees *** ALL ARE                           Class 04 Small Tint
ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE***                                        Class 05 Medium Tint
Attention participants: Birds should ONLY be removed                Class 06 Large Tint
from their show cages for the duration of your participation
in showmanship. Please utilize “Out for Showmanship” signs
provided by Show Staff. Replace your bird immediately after
you are finished competing – LA HABRA VALLEY FAIR
IS NOT responsible if your bird does not get judged in the
show when absent from cage without an “Out for
Showmanship” sign, or if bird is still missing after all
showmanship is over.




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Market Turkey Division 70

Turkeys weighing 15 lbs. and up

Please Note: open to La Habra FFA & 4H and Sonora FFA
age 9 to 19.
Entry Fee:$3.00 per Market Turkey
Saturday, June12th 2010
8:00am-9:00 am………………………….…Birds Received
9:00 am-8:00 pm…………………………….Building Open
Sunday, June 13th, 2010
9:00-6:00 pm………………………….……..Building Open
6:30 pm………………………………….…..Birds Released
* Champion and Reserve Champion Market Turkey
along with other market ready birds may go to Junior
Livestock Auction *




ProgressTurkey Division 92

Turkeys weighing less than 15 lbs.

Please Note: Open to all youth
Entry Fee:$3.00 per Prospect Market Turkey
Saturday, June12th 2010
8:00am-9:00 am………………………….…Birds Received
9:00 am-8:00 pm…………………………….Building Open
Sunday, June 13th, 2010
9:00-6:00 pm………………………….……..Building Open
6:30 pm………………………………….…..Birds Released
*This division will not go to Junior Livestock Auction *


Turkey Guidelines and Rules:
1.  One Turkey per Exhibitor.
2.  Turkey not older than twenty weeks with no weight
    class.
3. All leg bands must be attached before arriving on the
    show grounds.
4. Sales receipt or invoice needed at time of Check-In or
    birds will not be weighed.
5. Turkey consists of one Tom or one Hen.
6. Champion and Reserve Champion Market Turkey must
    be sold at the Junior Livestock Auction Sunday, June
    13, 2010.
7. Fair will provide Feed & Water. All exhibitors are
    responsible for the care of their birds.
8. Only Turkeys with the best potential for market will be
    eligible to compete in any and all Championships.
9. Any bird with lice, mites, fleas, arrives at the show
    diseased will be immediately removed from the
    grounds by the exhibitor.
10. All meat birds will be weighed in at the time of
    inspection.




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                                            Dog Care and Training Department
                                                  Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010

Ethical practice statement will be signed at show check-in.




Dog Judge …………...TBA
Show Manager……….Randy Mycroft ( La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)
Show Secretary………TBA

Schedule of Events
Sunday, June 13th, 2010

10:00am…………….……….Show Starts
10:00 am………….... Obedience Judging
11:00 am……………..Dog Showmanship
12:30 - 2:00pm……..……..Judges Lunch
2:00pm…………………..…….....Agility

                                         ***Schedule may change depending on entries received***

Entry Fee $1.00
This dog show is designed to be a learning experience. Judges will give you helpful pointers to encourage your improvement.
DOG CARE/TRAINING RULES:
     1. Exhibitors must be currently enrolled in the Dog Care/Training Project.
     2. Dogs exhibited can be any mixture or purebred.
     3. Female dogs in season may not be shown.
     4. Dogs must be licensed, with proper verification of current Rabies and all other vaccinations including Parvo (Corona
          and Bordetella are strongly recommended).
     5. Exhibitors: Primary (ages 5 to 8 on Dec. 31, 2009), Junior (ages 9 to 10 on Dec. 31, 2009), Intermediate (ages 11 to 13
          on Dec. 31, 2009) and Senior (ages 14 to 18 on Dec. 31, 2009).
     6. Two obedience divisions per exhibitor. One showmanship division per exhibitor.
     7. One Agility division per exhibitor
     8. Exhibitors are responsible for watering and cleaning up after their dogs.
     9. Dogs must not be left unattended.
     10. Exhibitors who have received a trophy or medal in a PREVIOUS YEAR are not eligible to receive a trophy or medal in
          the same class with the same dog.
     11. Any dog abuse will result in immediate disqualification.
     12. If a member is using a dog that they did not train from a puppy, the dog must be shown at the dog‟s highest level of
          achievement by the Youth.
     13. Only Primary members may share dog‟s for obedience and agility. For the purposes of showmanship only, a dog may
          be shared by members of the same family unit.
     14. No Security Dogs allowed: example: pit bull, Rottweiler
                o Dogs are not allowed in buildings unless they are service dogs
                o Dogs must be caged when not in show ring and can be at the dog area or campground only.
     15. Please note that our computer system will not accept an incomplete form. If your entry form is not completely
          filled out correctly it will be returned to you.




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         GENERAL REMINDERS FOR THE SHOW DAY:
             o Grooming and bathing should be done at home the day or two before; just bring a brush for touchup.
             o Water dishes are a must and a jug of water for your dog.
             o Dogs must be on a leash at all times.
             o As the weather could be quite warm, choose some shade for your dog and keep him quiet before his class.
                Show rings will be in the sun. A spray bottle with water is good for misting your dog down.
             o You are responsible for cleaning up after your dog, please bring a baggie or two.
             o As fleas are a problem during the summer it is advisable to spray your dog before coming to the show.
               Class 01       Primary age 5-8
                      03      Novice-1st time showing
                      04      Junior-age 9-10
                      05      Intermediate- age 11-13
                      06      Senior- age 14-19




                                                     DOG OBEDIENCE AREA
Div 500: Introductory Dog Obedience
Classes 01, & 03.
For members and dogs who have never shown in a 4-H or sanctioned obedience class. Exercises will be: heel, figure eight, stand
for examination, recall, 30 second set, and 90 second down. All exercises on leash.
Div 501: Beginning Dog Obedience (A)
Classes 01, 04, 05, 06.
For members who have shown once previously and are unable to do off-leash work. Same exercises as Introductory Dog
Obedience.
Div 502: Beginning Dog Obedience (B)
Classes 01, 04, 05, 06.
For members who have shown more than once previously and are unable to do off-leash work. Same exercises as Introductory
Dog Obedience.
Div 503: Experienced Dog Obedience
Classes 01, 04, 05, 06.
For member and dogs who have not obtained a qualifying score (170 +) in an AKC/AMBOR show. Exercises will be: on and off
leash heeling, figure eight, stand for exam, recall, one minute long sits, and three minute long downs.
Div 504: Novice Dog Obedience
Classes 01, 04, 05, 06.
Exercises will be standard AKC routine: on and off leash, including one minute long sits and three minute long downs.
Div 505: Graduate Novice Dog Obedience
Classes 01, 04, 05, 06.
Exercises will be on and off leash heeling, figure eight off leash, three minute long sits and five minute long downs with handler
out of sight, and drop on recall.
Div 506: Open Dog Obedience
Classes 01, 03, 04, 05, 06.
For members who are beginning Open training. All those competing in Novice or Graduate Novice Obedience may participate.
Div 507: Dog Showmanship
Classes 01, 03, 04, 05, 06.
For members who are learning to handle dogs for confirmation shows.




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                                                     DOG AGILITY AREA
Div 508: Introductory Dog Agility
Classes 01, 03, 04, 05, 06.
For members and dogs who have never shown in a 4-H or sanctioned agility class. Exercises will include: tunnels, jumps, tables,
chutes, and may include dog walk, teter and weave poles.
Div 509: Beginning Dog Agility
Classes 01, 04, 05, 06.
For members and dogs who have shown in a 4-H or sanctioned agility class but not obtained a qualifying score. Exercises will
include: tunnels, jumps, tables, chutes, and may include dog walk, teter and weave poles.

Div 510: Experienced Dog Agility
Classes 01, 04, 05, 06.
For members and dogs who have shown in a 4-H or sanctioned agility class and obtained a qualifying score. Exercises will
include: tunnels, jumps, tables, chutes, and may include dog walk, teter and weave poles.




                             See You At The Fair!!!!!




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                                  Youth Building Entries
Deliver Exhibits to Room 623 (Sonora High School Woodshop) 401 S. Palm La Habra, Ca 90631
Entry Fee:$1.00

Important Dates to Remember.
Mark Your Calendar. Reminder Cards will not be sent.

ENTRY FORMS DUE –June 1st 2010 Enter On-line !

DIVISIONS – Aerospace/Rocketry, Ag Mechanics, (FFA), Arts & Crafts, Clothing & Textiles, Collections, Computer Science, Electronics,
Entomology, Feature Exhibits, Fine Arts, Group Entries, Home Environment, Leather, Misc, Projects, Models, Outdoor Adventure, Photography,
Resource Science, Table Settings, Veterinary Science, Woodworking, Primary Members Projects (see division

          DELIVERY June 8th 2pm to 9pm
                   June 9th 2pm to 9pm

          PICK-UP Sunday June 13th 6:15 to 9:00 pm no exceptions!

DIVISIONS – Food Preservation, Foods & Nutrition, Decorated Cakes, Primary Members Projects, (baked/no-baked foods, decorated cakes).

          DELIVERY: June 10th 2pm to 9pm

          PICKUP Sunday June 13th 6:15 to 9:00 pm no exceptions!

DIVISIONS – Floriculture/Dried & Fresh, Fruits, Vegetables, Ornamental Plants, Plants, Primary Members Projects (fresh & dried flower
arrangements, fruit/vegetable plants, potted plants).

          DELIVERY: June 11th 2pm to 9pm

          PICKUP: June 14th 6:15 to 9:00pm No Exceptions


                                         Best of Show Awards Ceremony/Exhibitor Appreciation
                                             Sunday June 13th 4:30pm in the Youth Building




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                                                   4H & FFA Youth
                                                BEST OF SHOW AWARD
                                                   Rosette and Trophy
A Best of Show Award may be awarded for the “Most Outstanding” entries in each of the categories below if deemed worthy. Judges have the
     option of not awarding a “Best of Show Award” if, in their opinion, no entry in that particular division is worthy of such an honor.
                                                  The Judges‟ decisions are FINAL.

                                                 RESERVE BEST OF SHOW AWARD
                                                        Rosette and Trophy
                                                         CATEGORIES
                                                        Rosette and Trophy
         Leisure Education                                                          Ag. Mech Sweepstakes
         Arts & Crafts-Senior, Intermediate, Junior                                 Outstanding Ag. Mechanics Exhibit
         Collections                                                                Veterinary Science
         Models                                                                     Poster or Notebook-Senior, Intermediate, Junior
         Fine Arts                                                                  Other Plant Science-
         Family & Consumer Science                                                  Entomology
         Leather                                                                    Resource Science
         Clothing -Senior, Intermediate, Jr.                                        Engineering
         Photography-Color                                                          Computer Science
         Sewing other that clothing                                                 Aerospace
         Photography-Black & White                                                  Woodworking
         Outdoor Adventure
         Foods & Nutrition
         Miscellaneous
         Baked
         Food Preservation
         Plant Science
         Canning
         Vegetables
         Drying
         Fruits
         Decorated Cakes
         Fresh Flowers
         Floriculture
         Ornamental & Other Plant Science
         Home Environment
         Ornamental
         Table Settings
         FFA Ag. Mechanics
         Dried/Silk Flowers
         Theme-Senior, Intermediate, Junior
         Outstanding Ag Mech Chapter Group




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                        4-H & FFA Youth and Open Junior Divisions
Enter ONLINE Only –Due by: June 1, 2010

Show Manager………Dianne Heathman & Clarice Stonebraker (La Habra Hilltoppers 4-H)
Show Secretary………Shirley Pacia (+Tri-City 4-H)
(562) 697- 7667

Schedule of Events
Friday, June 11th, 2010
4:00pm……………..….Building Opens
8:00 am……….…………Judging Starts
9:00 pm………............. Building Closes
Saturday, June 12th, 2010
9:00am……………….Building Opens
8:00 pm………............. Building Closes
Sunday June 13th, 2010
9:00am………………...Building Opens
6:00 pm………............. Building Closes
6:15 pm………………..Project Pick-up

Entry Fee $1.00


FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE DIVISIONS

                     Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                              June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

CLOTHING AND TEXTILES DIVISIONS
             Limit 5 different exhibits: each be listed separately and identified by name (dress, blouse, etc.) on
              the entry form.
             An exhibit may consist of a single item judged individually, a two-piece outfit, a coordinated exhibit
              or three to five items, a “make it with wool” exhibit, a recycled item or sewing other than clothes.
             The exhibits will be judged as Intermediate, Junior and Senior.

DIVISION 900 – CLOTHING, SINGLE ITEM
DIVISION 901 – CLOTHING, TWO PIECE OUTFIT
DIVISION 902 – CLOTHING, COORDINATED EXHIBIT, a 3 to 5 piece, coordinated outfit

DIVISION 903 – SEWN, RECYCLED ITEMS
                Recycled item must be 50% redone. Include a picture of original item for judging purposes.

DIVISION 904 – NOT-CLOTHING AND TEXTILES
                  This division is for hand woven and hand spun items, and sewing items other than clothes.
Class
     01 Junior – Ages 9, 10
     02 Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03 Senior – Ages 14 – 19

                    Judging criteria: Interpretation of pattern or individual creativity: use of color, technique appropriate
                     for design, workmanship, including pressing.
                    Limit one entry per class.
Class
     01   Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02   Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03   Senior – Ages 14 – 19




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FOOD AND NUTRITION DIVISIONS
             Limit of 10 entries per exhibitor. One entry per exhibit of a particular type (drop cookies, bar
              cookies, filled cookies, rolled cookies, etc.) List each entry separately on entry form.
             Enter recipes equivalent with your age level and cooking ability. Number of years in project will be
              a factor for judging.
             Recipe (3” x 5” card) must be attached to the exhibit to aid the judges in determining unusual
              ingredient flavors.
             All entries in the 4-H Food Preparation Division must be brought in on disposable plates only large
              enough to hold exhibit. Pastry shells should be placed on disposable foil plate. Cover exhibits with
              clear plastic film or clear plastic bag.
             No pies or fruit dessert will be accepted due to quick spoilage.
             Foods that require refrigeration may not be entered (no item made with milk or cream cheese
              products).
             Non-baked items may be melted and/or cooked but not baked, such as: candies, cookies, bars, etc.
             Quantities: Muffins, biscuits, rolls, cookies and candies: ½ dozen; Cakes: one-half cake, plus one
              slice; Bread: one-half loaf, plus one slice.
             Commercial mixes are not allowed unless used as part of an original recipe.
             No commercial bread machines may be used in making/baking bread entries.

FOOD PREPARATION – BAKED GOODS

DIVISION 905 – Delivery June 10th 2 pm to 9 pm
Class
     01 Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02 Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03 Senior – Ages 14 – 19

FOOD PREPARATION – POSTERS (Depicting food & nutrition knowledge)

DIVISION 906 – Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                        June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm
Class
     01 Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02 Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03 Senior – Ages 14 – 19

FOOD PREPARATION – NON-BAKED GOODS

DIVISION 907 –
Class
     01 Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02 Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03 Senior – Ages 14 – 19

FOOD PRESERVATION DIVISIONS
                            Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                                      June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm
                     Limit of 10 entries per exhibitor.
                     Attach recipe.
                     Entry sheet must list the type of product (fruit, vegetable, preserves, etc.) and the method of process
                      used (canning or drying). Low acid foods must be canned under pressure.
                     State on recipe if products were home grown.
                     Each entry must be a different product or the same product preserved by a different method.
                     Jar labels must list name of product, process, and date of canning (i.e., apricot jam, pectin method, 1-
                      9-01).
                     Dried products are to be sealed in jars or wrapped and/or bagged in plastic with proper labeling. List
                      name of product process, date dried, and exhibitor‟s name.
                     Submit 2 standard size jars per entry. One jar may be opened at judge‟s discretion for tasting.
                     Quilted jars are not accepted.
                     No paraffin seals. All canning exhibits must be sealed jars.
Foods that require refrigeration may not be entered.

DIVISION 908 - CANNING
DIVISION 909 – DRYING
Class
     01 Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02 Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03 Senior – Ages 14 – 19



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DECORATED CAKES DIVISIONS : Delivery June 10th 2:00pm to 9:00pm
            All entries may be real or Styrofoam base.
            Limit 4 entries per exhibitor.


Decorated Cake
DIVISION 910


OTHER DECORATED ITEMS
DIVISION 911 –


THEME DECORATED CAKES/ITEMS
DIVISION 912
Class
     01 Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02 Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03 Senior – Ages 14 – 19



VETERINARY SCIENCE DIVISION
       Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

                    Limit of 3 different exhibits in the poster or notebook division.
                    Veterinary Science Equipment projects (limit of 3) should be accompanied by a poster or notebook
                     emphasizing the scientific learning process.
                    Each entry must enter a Division number and Class number on entry form.


VETERINARY SCIENCE – POSTER OR NOTBOOK DIVISIONS

DIVISION 913 – Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 914 – Intermediate, Ages 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 915 – Senior, Age 14 - 19

VETERINARY SCIENCE – EQUIPMENT WITH ACCOMPANYING POSTER OR NOTEBOOK DIVISIONS

DIVISION 916 – Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 917 – Intermediate, Ages 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 918 – Senior, Age 14 - 19
CLASS
    01       Cavy Exhibit
    02       Dog Exhibit
    03       Horse Exhibit
    04       Rabbit Exhibit
    05       Poultry Exhibit
    06       Swine Exhibit
    07       Beef Exhibit
    08       Sheep Exhibit
    09       Goat Exhibit
    10       Guide Dog Exhibit
    11       Other Animal Science
    12       Exhibit – please specify

RESOURCE SCIENCE DIVISION
               Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                        June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

The Resource Science Division includes projects such as Climatology, Energy Management, Marine Biology,
Oceanography, Soil and Water Conservation, Wildlife and Other Resource Science such as Geology.
                   Limit of 3 different exhibits, each to be listed separately by name on the entry form.
                   Exhibit must be made, collected or developed by exhibitor within the last two years of opening day
                    of the fair.Science projects should be accompanied by a poster or notebook emphasizing the
                    scientific learning process.




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DIVISION 919 – RESOURCE SCIENCE
Class
     01 Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02 Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03 Senior – Ages 14 – 19


YOUTH ENGINEERING DIVISIONS
                    Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                              June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm


COMPUTER SCIENCE DIVISION
             Limit of 5 different exhibits, each to be listed separately on each form
             Be sure to enter Division number and Class number on entry form.

DIVISION 920 – Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 921 - Intermediate, Age 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 922 – Senior, Age 14 - 19
Class
     01 Hardware Display
     02 Software-programming displays
     03 Other Display – please specify




AEROSPACE ROCKETRY AND AVIATION DIVISIONS
             Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                      June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

                   Limit of 5 different exhibits, each to be listed separately on each form.

DIVISION 923 – Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 924 – Intermediate, Age 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 925 – Senior, Age 14 - 19
Class

     01   Made From A Kit
     02   Other Display – please specify


LEISURE EDUCATION DIVISIONS

ARTS AND CRAFTS DIVISIONS
              Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                       June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

                   Limit 5 different exhibits, each listed separately by item or entry form.
                   Includes projects such as ceramics, macramé, crocheting, and needlework projects.
                   Pictures and articles to be hung must be equipped with hook ready to hang.
                   Enter all models in the Models Division,

DIVISION 926 – Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 927 - Intermediate, Age 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 928 – Senior, Age 14 - 19
Class
     01 Dough/Ceramics/Clay
     02 Glass/Wood/Metal (Not Stained Glass – See Fine Arts)
     03 Soap/Candle Making
     04 Scrap booking
     05 Fair Theme
     06 Thread/Yarn/Fabric
     07 Tole Painting
     08 Other Display – please specify




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MODELS DIVISIONS
              Limit of 5 entries per exhibitor.
              All parts of model must be glued, mounted or secured on a sturdy base. Base not to exceed 2‟ L x
               2‟W. Any model that comes apart will not be displayed.
              This division will be judged as models built from kits or it conversions. If the item was not made
               from a kit/kit conversion, please attach a note to the item before judging.
              No Legos, K‟Nex, Tinker Toys, Lincoln Logs, etc. will be accepted in the Models Divisions.
              The Model Division includes all models except Rockets and Aviation models. Enter them in the
               “Aerospace Rocketry and Aviation Divisions”.

DIVISION 929 – Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 930 - Intermediate, Age 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 931 – Senior, Age 14 - 19
Class
     01 Automobiles
     02 Buildings
     03 Buses
     04 Military Vehicles
     05 Ships
     06 Trains
     07 Trucks
     08 Vans
     09 Other, specify



Visual Fine Arts Divisions
                     Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                              June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

                    Limit 2 different exhibits, each to be listed separately by item on entry form
                    ORIGINAL work only will be accepted!
                    All pictures must be framed and adequately wired for hanging with wire and eye hooks. A mat does
                     not qualify as a frame. No plastic clip or metal type frames.
                    NO FRAMING/HANGING/WIRING SUPPLIES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE YOUTH
                     BUUILDING AT THE TIME OF ENTRY DELIVERY. ARTWORK FRAMED OR WIRED
                     IMPROPERLY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR ENTRY.
                    Include a small card (1”x2”) on the back with printed name and age of artist to be displayed with
                     artwork.
                    No craft of any kind will be accepted in the Fine Arts Division.
                    No wet paintings will be accepted.
                    The Department Supervisor is not permitted to make any sales of entries or to accept any fees for the
                     sale of art works.
                    Subject: No nudes or images that reflect any sort of drugs, sexual content or alcoholic content.

DIVISION 932– Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 933 - Intermediate, Age 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 934 – Senior, Age 14 – 19


Class
     01   Painting (oils, watercolor, etc.)
     02   Stained Glass
     03   Sculptures
     04   Pen and Pencil
     05   Theater and Music (display, poster or notebook)
     06   Fair Theme
     07   Other Display – please specify




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LEATHER DIVISIONS
               Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                        June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

                    Limit 5 different exhibits, each to be listed separately by item on entry form.
                    Each entry must enter a Division number AND Class number on entry form.

DIVISION 935 – Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 936 – Intermediate, Age 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 937 – Senior, Age 14 - 19
Class
     01 Made From A Kit
     02 Other Display – please specify



PHOTOGRAPHY DIVISIONS
             Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                      June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

                    Limit 3 entries per exhibitor.
                    All photos must be framed, and adequately wired for hanging with wire and eye hooks. A mat does
                     not qualify as a frame. No plastic clip or metal type frames. Not to exceed 16” x 20”.
                    NO FRAMING/HANDING/WIRING SUPPLIES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE YOUTH
                     BUILDING AT THE TIME OF ENTRY DELIVERY. ARTWOOK FRAMED OR WIRED
                     IMPROPERLY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR ENTRY.
                    Entries may be matted, but it is not required.
                    The following information must appear on the back of each entry in the upper right hand corner.
                     Name, age, club, division, class, type of cameras used and whether the entry was commercially or
                     self-processed.
                    Unless otherwise specified, entries must be either color or black and white.
                    Feature (single) photos: minimum print size for color is 5”x7” or larger, for black and white is
                     8”x10” or larger. Minimum print size is 11”:x 14”.
                    Multiple (3 to 5) print entries: minimum print size is 3” x $‟ and maximum print size is 5” x 7”.
                    Best of Show and Theme Awards will be given for Best Black & White Photo and Best Color Photo.

DIVISION 938 – Junior, Ages 9 & 10
DIVISION 939 – Intermediate, Age 11, 12, 13
DIVISION 940 – Senior, Age 14 - 19
Class
     01 Three to five black and white or color prints of similar subject mounted on single mounting board. Minimum
        print size: 3” x 4”. Maximum print size: 5” x 7”.
     02 Sequence photo story or how-to series of three to five photos. Black and white or color. Minimum print size: 3”
        x 4”. Maximum print size: 5” x 7”.
     03 Feature photo single picture, black and white 8” x 10” or larger, color 5” x 7” or larger. Maximum print size”
        11” x 14”.
     04 Pinhole camera constructed by exhibitor, and one picture taken with a camera.
     05 Close-up photographs (3 to 5 black and white or color) taken at a distance of 24 inches or less from a subject
        and mounted on a single board.
     06 Available light photos (3 to 5 black and white or color) taken outdoors or indoors without flash or direct
        sunlight and mounted on a single board.
     07 Slides, five (5) color slides on any subject.
     08 Slide program 8 to 15 color slides accompanied by a narrative script.
     09 Promotional photography of 4_h members involved in a 4_h activity that could be used in a newspaper or
        magazine. Print size should be 5” x 7” or 8” x 10”.
     10 Handcrafted item related to photography. Examples: frames, albums, mobiles, collages, cubes, ceramics, etc.
     11 Computer Manipulated Digital Image/Print – may be color or monochrome images. All images must be original
        work of the person entering it. (This class in intended for computer manipulated prints).


MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS DIVISIONS
             For NEW Youth Projects or those not provided in other divisions.
             Projects emphasizing performance and learning. Examples are Child Development, Citizenship,
              Leadership, Marketing, Self-determination, etc.
             Projects emphasizing skills. This is where a finished product delivery is involved.
             Limit 1 project per class.




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DIVISION 941 – MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS DIVISION
Class
    01       Projects emphasizing performance and learning (Junior, Intermediate, Senior)
    02       Projects emphasizing skills (Junior Intermediate, Senior

4-H GROUP ENTRY DIVISION
              For projects too extensive to be done by an individual.
              Enter only in projects in which you are currently enrolled.
              Only one premium will be awarded per group entry. The group entry must be entered under the
               group project: i.e., Lakewood Club Swine Project.
              Due to limited space, displays over 4 feet by 8 feet in length must be approved by Building
               Supervisor.
              On back of the exhibit, include names and grades of each member
              Limit 1 project per group.
              Only one best of show ribbon and trophy per project will be given

DIVISION 942 – GROUP ENTRY
Class
    01       Group Project (state project and size on entry form)

School Class Group Entry
                  For Projects done at the Elementary or Middle School Level
                  Due to limited space, displays over 4 feet by 8 feet in length must approved by Building Supervisor
                  On the back of the exhibit, include names and grades of each member
                  Limit 1 project per class room/ teacher
                  Only one best of show ribbon and trophy per project will be given.
                  Limit 1 entry per class

Division 946- School Class Group Entry
Class
   01 Class Art Project-not to exceed 4 feet by 8 feet in length
   02 Class Individual class learning projects mounted on butcher paper not to exceed 4 feet by 8 feet in length


PLANT SCIENCE DIVISIONS
FRUIT & VEGETABLES DIVISIONS

                     Exhibits must be adequately and correctly labeled as species and type.
                     The type of entry desired for exhibit will be the uniform commercial grade.
                     Exhibits must be home grown by the exhibitor.
                     Exhibits in the Plant Science Department must have been grown by the exhibitors as an integral part
                      of their 4-H and FFA project.
                     Exhibits must be on white paper plate only. No baskets, decorations, etc.
                     Exhibitors must replace all vegetables and fruits, which deteriorate during the Fair.
                     Number of specimens for vegetable displays:
                      Large vegetables…………….1 specimen i.e. pumpkins and winter squash
                      Vegetables…………………...5 specimens i.e. tomatoes, beets, carrots, sweet potatoes, potatoes,
                      summer squash, pickling cucumbers, sweet corn, peppers, zucchini, okra, radishes, onions
                      Vegetables……………………2 specimens i.e. broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, lettuce (head
                      or leaf type), eggplant, artichokes, kohlrabi
                      Peas, beans and other pod vegetables…12 pods
                      Large fruits…………………..1 specimens i.e., watermelon
                      Medium size fruits…………….2 specimens i.e.,, grapefruit, melons, etc.
                      Small fruits……………………5 specimens i.e., lemons, apples, plums, peaches, oranges, avocados
                      berries

VEGETABLE – PLATE DISPLAY
DIVISION 943 – June 10th 2 pm to 9 pm
Class
     01     Limit 5 different exhibits, only one entry per vegetable type. Actual vegetable species do not have to be
            named on entry form but each entry must be listed separately on entry form.


FRUIT – PLATE DISPLAY
DIVISION 944 – June 10th 2 pm to 9 pm
Class




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     01    limit 5 different exhibits, only one entry per species. Actual fruit specimens do not have to be named on entry
           form but each entry must be listed separately on entry form.




FLORICULTURE DIVISIONS
Show Manager……… Adeline Quintana (Sonora High School)
Show Secretary………
(562) 266-2138
Entry Fee:$1.00
Delivery: June 10th 2 pm to 9 pm

Schedule of Events
Saturday, June 12th, 2010
9:00am……………….Building Opens
10:00 am……….………Judging Starts
8:00 pm………............. Building Closes
Sunday June 13th, 2010
9:00am……………….Building Opens
6:00 pm………............. Building Closes
6:15 pm………………..Project Pick-up

Exhibitors competing in the floral competitions will bring their completed projects to the competition site by 9:00am
Friday June 11th. The projects must be the students own work. Entry fees will be $1.00 per class and no exhibitor may
enter more than one project per class.

Each class will have ribbons for 1st 2nd and 3rd and up to 5 honorable mentions. There will also be plaques for the overall
Best of Show and Reserve Best of Show; these awards will be chosen from the 1st place winners of each class and the
second place winner of the class which has the Best of Show.

Judging will be held at 9:30am and the floral projects will remain on display with their awards for the remainder of the Fair
until Sun at 12.pm. (Noon). Projects can be picked up at 12:01 p.m. Any projects not picked up will become the property
of the La Habra Valley Fair and used for decoration at the auction.


Bouquet Using Fresh Flowers Arranged in a Vase

Divison 945 Loose Placement Vase Arrangement: will consist of the three listed elements below:
                      a.    12 – mass flowers
                      b.    free choice – filler
                      c.    free choice – foliage
Class
     01    Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02    Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03     Senior – Ages 14 – 19


           Flowers will be placed in a vase without the aid of mechanics (no tape, wire, ties, etc.). Arrangements should be
           able to be viewed from all directions. Flowers should be secure for delivery without undue caution taken to
           prevent flower shifting. (Wire may be used for strengthening of a flower stem but not to bind materials
           together.)


Division 946 Floral Arrangement Western Line Design Style Using Fresh Flowers

Symmetrical Triangle Arrangement:
               1. 20 stems of flowers; mass, form or line counted prior to design
               2. Exhibitors may use 20 stems or less (without penalty)



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                3. Free choice filler and foliage.
           Exhibitors can make as many insertions as they would like with the 20 stems of flowers they selected.


           The arrangements will be judged based on western line design. The finished arrangement will be sparsely filled
           in to create a one sided symmetrical triangle.
  Class
    01     Junior – Ages 9 & 10
    02     Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
    03      Senior – Ages 14 – 19



Division 947 Floral Arrangements Free Style Relating to the Theme
          Exhibitor Choice Arrangement
                     a. 20 or less stems of mass form or line flowers
                     b. free choice – filler
                     c. free choice – foliage
                     d. other materials and supplies to create a design that reflects the theme –“Citrus Classic”

     Class
     01 Junior – Ages 9 & 10
     02 Intermediate – Ages 11, 12, 13
     03 Senior – Ages 14 – 19


Division 945 Judging Score Card
                  Loose Placement Vase Arrangement:
                                   A. Overall composition                                               10 points
                                   B. Creativity                                                        10 points
                                   C. Scale (proportion)                                                10 points
                                   D. Unity (harmony)                                                   10 points
                                   E. Balance (physical & visual)                                       10 points
                                   F. Focal Emphasis                                                    10 points
                                   G. Line (movement & rhythm)                                          10 points
                                   H. Depth                                                             10 points
                                   I. Color (balance, harmony, & rhythm)                                10 points
                                   J. Mechanics (professional application)                              10 points
                                   TOTAL                                                                100 points

Division 946 Judging Score Card

A. ELEMENTS OF DESIGN (45 points)
         1. Pattern (20 points)
            a. Spacing                                                                                   10 points
            b. Form (Symmetrical Triangle)                                                                 5 points
            c. Focal Point                                                                                 5 points
         2. Color (of an acceptable harmony)                                                             10 points
         3. Line (10 points)
            a. Western Placement                                                                           5 points
            b. Radiation                                                                                   5 points
         4. Texture                                                                                        5 points
B. PRINCIPALS OF DESING (45 points)
         1. Balance (15 points)
            a. Visual                                                                                     10 points
            b. Physical                                                                                    5 points
         2. Proportion                                                                                    10 points
         3. Scale                                                                                         10 points
         4. Rhythm                                                                                         5 points
         5. Depth                                                                                          5 points
C. MECHANICS (10 points)
         1. Finishing Detail                                                                               5 points
         2. Secure and Deliverable                                                                         5 points

                                                        Total                                            100 points




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Division 947 Judging Score Card
          FLORAL DESIGN SCORE CARD
A. Design                                                                                                 40 points
          1. Spacing
          2. Balance
          3. Proportion
          4. Scale
B. Color                                                                                                  10 points
          1. Harmonious
          2. Placement
C. Condition of Materials                                                                                 10 points
          1. Materials of Good Quality
          2. Appropriate for Style
D. Texture                                                                                                10 points
          1. Appropriate for Style
E. Theme                                                                                                  30 points
          1. Use of Materials to Exemplify Theme


Each class will have ribbons for 1st, ,2nd and 3rd and up to 5 honorable mentions. There will also be an overall Best of
Show and Reserve Best of Show. These awards will be chosen from the 1 st place winners of each class and the second
place winner of the class which has the Best of Show.



Useful glossary of Judging Terms
        A. Balance - A visual stability created by the placement of weight and attraction in the arrangement. A physical
              balance of the completed arrangement.
        B. Color Harmony - Colors used which work well together and reinforce the overall design.
        C. Depth - Placing flowers further back from the central vertical axis to create a change of plane.
        D. Focal Point - Created by the placement of one or more mass flowers at the middle of the design, on the rim of
              the container.
        E. Form - Designing an arrangement of the proposed form (i.e., symmetrical triangle)
        F. Proportion - The size relationship of the overall
        G. Radiation - Stems should originate (radiate) from the central vertical axis.
        H. Rhythm - How the viewer's eye flows through the arrangement as a response to the flow of material and
              color.
        I.    Scale - Size relationship of the individual component parts.
        J.    Spacing - The flowers at the focal point are the closest together and as you move away from the focal point,
              the flowers are progressively spaced farther and farther apart.
        K. Texture - The reaction top the surface of the material; rough, smooth, glossy,
           dull.


ORNAMENTAL & OTHER PLANT SCIENCE
                      Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                               June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm

                     Exhibits must have been grown by exhibitors as an integral part of their 4-H or FFA project.
                     Limit 5 different exhibits.
                     All specimens must be correctly labeled with common and botanical names and variety where
                      applicable.
                     Fair personnel will water exhibits as needed unless otherwise requested; however, the Fair will not
                      be responsible for damaged plants.
                     All plants must be potted – no clippings accepted.
                     Exhibits may not be displayed on carpet squares, decorated platform or with any loose
                      accompaniments.
                     All exhibits must be in containers with drainage holes and have water catching devices appropriate
                      to the containers.




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ORNAMENTAL PLANTS

DIVISION 948 –
Class
     01      Cactus
     02      Color Bowls
     03      Dish/Mini Garden
     04      Flowering Plants
     05      Foliage Plants
     06      Hanging Baskets
     07      Succulents
     08      Terrariums
     09      Fair Theme
     10      Other – please specify

OTHER PLANT SCIENCE
                  All Potted Plants
DIVISION 949 – Delivery,
                  Limit 5 different exhibits not listed above
Class
      01     Dwarf/Miniature Plants
      02     Potted Herbs
      03     Potted Fruits
      04     Potted Vegetables
      05      Trees
      06     Fair Theme
      07     Other – please specify



AG. MECHANICS
                     Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                              June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm



                    Entry form must be signed by the exhibitor, parent and instructor or entry will not be accepted.
                    All projects must be the result of an exhibitor‟s work in regular classroom or project instruction in
                     the past year.
                    Entries may not be shown in more than one calendar year.
                    The Exhibitor must be the major contributor to the construction on the project.

DIVISION 950 – SMALL CONTRUCTED PROJECTS
                Construction cost should not exceed $25.00.

DIVISION 951 – MEDUIM CONSTRUCTED PROJECTS
                Construction cost of $26.00 to $150.00.
                Limit of 3 projects per exhibitor per division.

DIVISION 952 – LARGE CONSTRUCTED PROJECTS
                  Construction cost of $151.00 to $1,000.00.
                  Limit of 1 project per exhibitor per division.
Classes
     01      Cold Metal
     02      Electrical
     03      Rope Work
     04      Sheet Metal
     05      Welding & Forging
     06      Woodworking
     07      Combination of Materials




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DIVISION 953 – REPAIRED INDUSTRIAL & FARM EQUIPMENT
                 Example: tool handles, re-welding, refinishing lumber
                 Limit of 1 project per exhibitor per class

             Class
               01 Construction cost of less than $25.00 to refurbish
               02 Construction cost between 26.00 to 100.00 to refurbish
               03 Construction cost between 101.00 to 149.00


DIVISION 954 – REPAIRED INDUSTRIAL & FARM EQUIPMENT
                 Limit of 1 project per exhibitor per division.
Class
     01      Construction cost of $150. 00 to $500.00
     02      Construction cost of $501 to $1,000.00
     03      Construction cost of $1001.00.00 & Over

DIVISION 955 – RESTORED SMALL ENGINES
Class
     01      Restoration cost of $25.00 or less
     02      Restoration cost of $26.00 to $50.00
     03      Restoration cost of $51.00 to $100.00
     04      Restoration cost of $101.00 to $500.00
     05      Restoration cost of $501.00 to $1,000.00


DIVISION 956 – CHAPTER GROUP
                  Limit of 1 entry per Chapter Group
                  The judge will use the following rubric to judge:
                   Scorecard
                   Workmanship           60
                   Practicability        20
                   Amount of work        20
Class
     01      Any 3 items by one chapter, not more than 1 by each exhibitor. Chapter group items must be submitted
             and items designated by the advisor prior to the exhibits being judged.


Youth Tablesetting
Entry Fee: $1.00
Set up date: June 11, 2009 at 4 pm


         Limit of one entry per exhibitor. Entries may be limited due to space available. You will be
          notified of you are not eligible.
         Youth is responsible for setting up display with no help from others. Failure to do so will result in
          disqualification.
         You must provide your own table, a card table size 3‟ x 3‟ only.
         One setting must be displayed along with complete table decorations.
         Menu card must be shown in order to determine place setting requirements (list occasion: Birthday
          party, Holiday or Fair theme).
         Be creative and imaginative with the centerpiece.
         Formal tablesetting consists of linens, china, glassware, and silverware.
         Informal tablesetting can use plastic, cloth or paper/preprinted table coverings with accompanying
          dinnerware in plastic, metal or paper.
Division 957 Formal Tablesetting
Division 958 Informal Tablesetting
Division 959 Theme Tablesetting

Class
          01 Junior age 9-10
          02 Intermediate age 11-13
          03 Senior age 14-19




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PRIMARY MEMBER PROJECTS DIVISIONS
                       Non -Perishable Delivery June 8th 2 pm to 9 pm
                                                  June 9th 2 pm to 9 pm
                     Primary members are youth ages 5 – 8.
                     A limit of 3 entries per exhibitor per class unless otherwise noted. Maximum number of entries is 12.
                     Primary members are to enter all of their projects in this division
                     Photography prints must be neatly and securely mounted on photo mount board (heavy poster board
                      or art board will be accepted). Size not to exceed 16” x 28‟.
                     No Legos, K‟Nex, Lincoln Logs, Tinker Toys will be accepted for entry.
                     Details regarding guidelines to these projects can be found on preceding pages. Please note: See any
                      Special Rules that may apply.

DIVISION 890 – PRIMARY MEMBERS PROJECTS
Class:
01 Arts and Crafts              11 Flower Arrangements (Fresh & Dried) *                            18 Photography
02 Baked/No-Baked Foods *       12 Food Preservation (Canning & Drying )*                           19 Potted Planted *
03 Clothing/Textiles            13 Fruit/Vegetable Plates *                                         20 Resource Science
04 Community Service            14 Group Entries                                                    21 Rocketry
05 Computers                    15 Home Furnishings                                                 22 Scarecrows
06 Decorated Cakes *            16 Models                                                           23 Table Settings
07 Electricity                  17 Outdoor Adventures                                               24 Veterinary Science
08 Entomology                                                                                       25 Woodworking
09 Feature Exhibits (Panels)                                                                        26 Other
10 Fine Arts



Entries with an asterisk (*) Delivery: June 10th 2 pm to 9 pm




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                                           Adult Farm and Garden
These divisions support the community and its rich agricultural heritage. We invite you to share
the bounty of your backyard with the visitors to the La Habra Valley Community Fair.
On-line entries only
Only one entry per class
Delivery date….June 11th noon-2pm
Pick up…..June 13th 6 pm
Entries will remain on display until the end of the fair.
Entries will be judged using the Danish system of judging where each entry is scored on how well it meets a standard
rather than how it compares with other entries. Then, using the American system of judging, blue ribbon winners will
compete for top awards.


Division 600 Fruit

Class
           01 Apples, quantity 2
           02 Apricots, quantity 2
           03 Avocados, quantity 2
           04 Bananas, 1 bunch
           05 Berries, standard basket
           06 Figs, quantity 2
           07 Grapefruit, quantity 2
           08 Grapes, 1 bunch
           09 Kumquats, quantity 3
           10 Lemons, quantity 2
           11 Limes, quantity 2
           12 Melon, quantity 1
           13 Nectarines, quantity 2
           14 Oranges, quantity 2
           15 Peaches, quantity 2
           16 Plums, quantity 2
           17 Tangerines, quantity 2
           18 Other fruit, please specify variety

Division 601 Vegetable                                                   13 Onions, quantity 2
Class                                                                    14 Peppers, Hot, quantity 3
           01 Artichoke, quantity 2                                      15 Peppers, Sweet, quantity 3
           02 Beans, 4 pods                                              16 Potatoes, quantity 2
           03 Beets, quantity 2                                          17 Pumpkins, quantity 1
           04 Brussel Sprouts, quantity 4 (attached to stem)             18 Radishes, quantity 3
           05 Cabbage, 1 head                                            19 Rhubarb, 3 stalks
           06 Carrots, quantity 2                                        20 Squash, quantity 2 (not zucchini or pumpkin)
           07 Celery, 1 bunch                                            21 Tomatoes, quantity 2
           08 Chard, quantity 2                                          22 Tomatoes, Cherry, quantity 3
           09 Corn, 2 ears                                               23 Turnips, quantity 2
           10 Cucumber, quantity 2                                       24 Zucchini, quantity 2
           11 Eggplant, quantity 1                                       25 Other vegetable, specify variety (no herbs)
           12 Garlic, quantity 3




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            LITERARY PUBLICATIONS

                             Calendar of Events
Entry deadline (entry and fees):
Must be submitted on-line by June 1st 2010 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time) at
http://www.lhvcfair.com/. Please note there will be no on-line technical support
past 7:00pm on entry closing date.

Delivery of Exhibits:
Tuesday, June 8, and Wednesday, June 9 from 6 to 9 pm at Sonora High School
Ag Mechanics Shop, Room 623. Use the gym entrance and follow the directional
signs.

Pick Up of All Items:
Monday, June 14, 9:00am– 4:00pm at the Sonora High School Ag Mechanics
Shop, room 623.



PROCESSING FEE: $10.00 per publication


LIMIT OF ENTRIES: One entry per school, per division.


ELIGIBILITY: Literary publications must be the work of students in a
school in La Habra or its neighborhood communities for the school year
immediately preceding the Fair. No outdated publications will be judged.
Literary Publications should be entered under the School Name and must
have a designated leader or advisor. A list of the names of all students
that worked on the project must be submitted by at the time of dropping
off the entry in order to receive credentials for each student.


PRESENTATION:
The following numbers of copies are required for judging purposes: School
Yearbook, 1 copy; School Newspapers, 5 each of 2 consecutive issues;
Literary Magazines, 2 copies.


AWARDS: Best of Show Plaque, Best of Show Rosette




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-SCHOOL YEARBOOKS-
Division 966
JUDGING CRITERIA: Content and Coverage; Structure and Design;
Writing and Editing
YEARBOOK JUDGING: Yearbook judging will take place publicly
Thursday, June 12.
Class 1 – High School
Class 2 – Middle School
Class 3 – Elementary

- SCHOOL NEWSPAPERS -
Division 968
JUDGING CRITERIA:
Elementary/Junior High / Middle School - Story Quality; Content and
Coverage; Layout/Design.
High School - News; Editorial; Features; Sports; Focus on School;
Layout/Design.
Class 1 – High School
Class 2 – Middle School
Class 3 – Elementary

- LITERARY MAGAZINES -
Division 967
JUDGING CRITERIA: Story Quality; Content and Organization;
Layout/Design; Presentation.
Class 1 – High School
Class 2 – Middle School
Class 3 – Elementary




                        Livestock Code of Ethics



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Print Exhibitor Name                                     Club/School                                              Date

1. Exhibitors:
  A.You, your animal and your chapter/club are on exhibit during the entire show. You will be expected to keep your
  exhibit and adjacent areas clean.
  B. Stalls must be cleaned, with old bedding put into the designated areas at 7 p.m. unless directed otherwise by livestock
  superintendant. Keep aisles clean at all times. This is a safety and health factor as well as a feature of your exhibit.
  C. Destruction or theft of property, not cooperating with volunteers of the show or cooperating groups all add to a bad
  image-not that of a FFA or a 4-H member.

 2. General: Due to fire hazards and the welfare of the exhibitors and others, the following rules must be followed by you
 as a condition for exhibiting.
 A. No smoking will be permitted by the 4-H or FFA members while showing, taking part in any official activity of the
 show, or while wearing any part of the 4-H or FFA uniform. Nor shall smoking be permitted in the tent or on the school
 property.
 B. The use of, or possession of firecrackers or bull whips will be grounds for immediate expulsion from the show.
 C. Lariats or other pieces of equipment subjecting anyone to injury, unless used specifically while controlling animals,
 are not allowed.
 D. Appropriate conduct is expected at all times. Obscene language and rough-housing will not be tolerated at any time.
 E. Gambling in any form is strictly forbidden.
 F. Drinking of alcoholic beverages or any other use of drugs shall not be tolerated.
 G. Students who are reported for neglect of stock will be appropriately dealt with.
 H. Appropriate dress will be required at activities participated in by FFA and 4-H members.
  I. Every participant must be out of the livestock tent before dark each night.

3. Exhibitors will be held responsible for damage to any facilities or equipment. FFA advisors and 4-H leaders shall be
responsible for their conduct at all times.

I believe that my participation in the Junior Livestock Program should demonstrate my own ability, knowledge, and skill as
a feeder and fitter of livestock. I will do my own work and only accept advice and support from others.

I will not use abusive or questionable techniques in the feeding, fitting and showing of my animals. I will not resort to
fraudulent, illegal or deceptive practices when fitting them for show. I also will not allow my parents, my supervisor, or
any other adult to employ such practices to my animal.

I will read and understand the rules of all livestock shows in which I am a participant. I ask that my parents and the
supervisor of my project animals not break the rules or make exception on my behalf. I wish for my livestock project to
be an example of how to accept what life has to offer-good and bad-and how to live with the outcome.

I realize that I am responsible for:
             -the proper care and treatment of my animals,
             -the production of wholesome food,
             -and the development of sound moral character in myself and others.




Exhibitor Signature                          Parent Signature                   Project Supervisor Signature


               RETURN THIS FORM ALONG WITH YOUR ENTRY CONFIRMATION RECEIPT




                       NATIONAL CODE OF SHOW RING ETHICS


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International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE)
Exhibitors of animals at livestock shows shall at all times deport themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship,, their
conduct in this competitive environment shall always reflect the highest standards of honor and dignity to promote the
advancement of agricultural education. This code applies to junior as well as open class exhibitors, who compete in
structured classes of competition. This code applies to all livestock offered in any event at a livestock show. In addition to
the “IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics”, fairs and livestock shows may have rules and regulations that they impose
on the local, county, state, provincial and national levels. All youth leaders working with junior exhibitors are under an
affirmative responsibility to do more than avoid improper conduct or questionable acts. Their moral values must be so
certain and positive that those younger and more pliable will be influenced by their fine example. Owners, exhibitors,
fitters, trainers and absolutely responsible persons who violate the code of ethics will forfeit premiums, awards and auction
proceeds and shall be prohibited from future exhibition in accordance with the rules adopted by the respective fairs and
livestock shows. Exhibitors who violate this code of ethics demean the integrity of all livestock exhibitors and should be
prohibited from competition at all livestock shows in the United States and Canada.

The following is a list of guidelines for all exhibitors and all livestock in competitive events:

1. All exhibitors must present, upon request of fair and livestock show officials, proof of ownership, length of ownership
and age of all animals entered. Misrepresentation of ownership, age, or any facts relating thereto is prohibited.
2. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers, or absolutely responsible persons shall provide animal health certificates from
licensed veterinarians upon request by fair or livestock show officials.
3. Junior exhibitors are expected to care for and groom their animals while at fairs or livestock shows.
4. Animals shall be presented to show events where they will enter the food chain free of drugs. The act of entering an
animal in a livestock show is the giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, and/or absolutely responsible
person for show management to obtain any specimens of urine, saliva, blood, or other substances from the animal to be
used in testing. Animals not entered in an event which culminates with the animal entering the food chain shall not be
administered drugs other than in accordance with applicable federal, state and provincial statutes, regulations and rules
affect the animal‟s performance or appearance at the event. If the laboratory report on the chemical analysis of saliva,
urine, blood, or other sample taken from livestock indicates the presence of forbidden drugs or medication, this shall be
prima facie evidence such substance has been administered to the animal either internally or externally. It is presumed that
the sample of urine, saliva, blood, or other substance tested by the approved laboratory to which it is sent is the one taken
form the animal in question, its integrity is preserved and all procedures of said collection and preservation, transfer to the
laboratory and analysis of the sample are correct and accurate and the report received from the laboratory pertains to the
sample taken from the animal in question and correctly reflects the condition of the animal at the time the sample was
taken with the burden on the owner, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person to prove otherwise at any hearing in
regard to the matter conducted by the fair or livestock show. At any time after an animal arrives on the fair or livestock
show premises, all treatments involving the use of drugs and/or medications shall be approved by a licensed veterinarian.
5. Any surgical procedure or injection of any foreign substance or drug or the external application of any substance
(irritant, counterirritant, or similar substance) which could affect the animal‟s performance or alter its natural contour,
confirmation, or appearance, except external applications of substances to the hoofs or horns of animals which affect
appearance only and except for surgical procedures performed by a duly licensed veterinarian for the sole purpose of
protecting the health of the animal is prohibited.
6. The use of showing and/or handling practices or devices such as striking animals to cause swelling, using electrical
contrivance, or other similar practices are not acceptable and are prohibited.
7. Direct criticism or interference with the judge, fair or livestock show management, other exhibitors, breed
representatives, or show officials before, during or after the competitive event is prohibited. In the furtherance of their
official duty, all judges, fair and livestock show management, or other show officials shall be treated with courtesy,
cooperation and respect and no person shall direct abusive or threatening conduct toward them.
8. No owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible person shall conspire with another person or persons to
intentionally violate this code of ethics or knowingly contribute or cooperate with another person or persons either by
affirmative action or inaction to violate this code of ethics. Violation of this rule shall subject such individual to
disciplinary action.
9. The application of this code of ethics provides for absolute responsibility for an animal‟s condition by an owner,
exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or participant whether or not he or she was actually in or had actual knowledge of the treatment of
the animal in contravention of this code of ethics.
10. The act of entering an animal is the giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or absolutely responsible
person to have any disciplinary action taken by the fair or livestock show against such individuals published in any
publication of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, including Fairs and Expositions and any special
notices to members.
11. The act of entering an animal in a fair or livestock show is the giving of verification by the owner, exhibitor, fitter,
trainer, or absolutely responsible person that he or she has read the IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics and
understands the consequences of and penalties provided for actions prohibited by the code. It is further a consent that any
action which contravenes these rules and is also in violation of federal, state, or provincial statues, regulations, or rules may
be released to appropriate law enforcement authorities with jurisdiction over such infractions.




CALIFORNIA JOINT POLICY GOVERNING PROJECTS & YOUTH ENROLLMENT



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    To maintain the fine statewide cooperation that now exists between Cooperative Extension, high school vocational
agriculture departments, the California State Grange, and the California Department of Food and Agriculture‟s Division of
Fairs & Expositions it is essential that all staff members, leaders and advisors in these organizations and agencies be
informed of the joint policy governing projects and enrollment of youth who participate in fairs and expositions as
members of the 4-H, FFA, Grange or as independent exhibitors. We hope that all leaders, staff, teacher/advisors, fair and
exposition officials, and members/exhibitors will observe these policies so that the best interests of all organizations and
the member/exhibitors is served educationally.
    The 4-H, FFA and Grange organizations recognize the role of the California Department of Food & Agriculture‟s.
Division of Fairs and Expositions to establish and enforce state rules for educational and fair competition at California
fairs. These organizations recommend to the Division of Fairs & Expositions that the content of this agreement be
supported in the “State Rules for California Fairs” and that equitable rules for independent exhibitors be included. We
recommend that the content of this agreement be used as a basis for rule development and enforcement at all endorsed fairs
and expositions or other sponsored events.
    None of the organizations, publicly or privately supported, have the right to determine the extent to which an individual
can participate in projects whether as a member of an organization or independent provided the minimum requirements are
met for supervised project work. The member and parents should determine what projects should be undertaken in each
organization or independently. Neither the agricultural instructor, the 4-H leader, nor the Grange leader should discourage
the member from following the choices agreed upon by the members and the parents.
    It is agreed that when an individual belongs to more than one organization, or exhibits as an independent, he/she must
carry a different project in each organization/independent. To further clarify this policy, when a member maintains
projects in 4-H, FFA, Grange or independently, the projects may not be in the same kind of livestock or crop. For
example, an FFA beef project in vocational agriculture and a sheep project in 4-H would be acceptable; but a beef breeding
project in FFA and a beef market project in 4-H would not be acceptable-even if the animals were of different breeds. A
member of an FFA chapter, Grange, or 4-H unit (club, group etc.) or independent exhibitor may transfer projects from one
organization/independent to another only once during a calendar year.
    To be able to show a project at an endorsed fair and exposition or other sponsored event, it must be owned and
supervised according to the following requirements:
             Poultry………………………………………………….Must be owned for not less than 30 days & be enrolled
in the project for not less than 60 days
             Rabbits………………………………………………….Must be owned for not less than 30 days & be enrolled
in the project for not less than 60 days.
             All Feeder & Breeding Animals
             (Except Rabbits & Poultry)…………………………….Must be owned and supervised for not less than 60 days
             Market Sheep, Swine, Veal & Goats…………………..Must be owned and supervised for not less than 60 days
             Market Beef……………………………………………Must be owned and supervised for not less than 120 days

    We are in agreement that members are expected to care for, prepare for show, and exhibit their own animals while at the
fair or livestock show. However because of the educational nature of livestock shows it is appropriate on occasion for
parents, leader or other youth eligible to exhibit at that show to provide assistance. Assistance should always be given only
when the exhibitor is present & actively engaged.
    We are opposed to inter-organization competition. We agree that separate classes for 4-H, FFA, Grange and
independents should be maintained & strengthened. However, we recognize that in some circumstances combined classes
may be appropriate. When combined classes are established, that decision should be reached with input and agreement by
4-H, FFA, Grange and independent representatives participating in the affected show.
    We are in agreement that 4-H, FFA, Grange and the division of Fairs and Expositions will unite in an effort to support
ethical and humane treatment of all animals exhibited at fairs and expositions. We also agree to reinforce the educational
emphasis of competitive programs for animals, and maintain the standard of integrity of all participants while attending
endorsed fairs and expositions or other sponsored events.
    The 4-H Program Year for Orange County begins September 1 and ends August 31.
    FFA National By-Laws/ Article VII. The Fiscal Year – The fiscal year of the Organization shall be September 1
through August 31 of the next succeeding calendar year.




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