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									TENNESSEE BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION
2010 GEORGE DEBUSK HONEY SHOW RULES

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1. You must be a TBA member to enter the contest. You need not attend the
convention to enter.
2. All entries must be received by 5 PM (central), Friday, October 29th,
2010.
3. Only one entry in each honey class (EH, CH, and FH) may be made by a
beekeeper, family or apiary.
In the beeswax and photography (BW and F) classes, each individual may make
an entry. For example: if husband took photo(s) he may enter one in each
class; if wife took photo(s) she may enter one in the same class(s).
All entries must be the product of the entrant's apiary and have been
produced since the previous TBA Honey Show in 2009.


Honey Entries:
Class EH1. One 1-lb jar of honey, extracted, light
 Class EH2. One 1-lb jar of honey, extracted, amber
 Class EH3 One 1-lb jar of honey, extracted, dark

 Class CH4 one jar, 1-lb cylindrical or pint, of chunk honey, light
 Class CH5 one jar, 1-lb cylindrical or pint, of chunk honey, dark

 Class FH6 one frame of light honey (Shallow, Medium, or Deep)
 Class FH7 one frame of dark honey (Shallow, Medium , or Deep)

1. Extracted honey entries must be in traditional-type glass jars
(queenline or classic) and have plain metal of plastic lids.
2. Chunk honey entries must be in wide-mouth glass jars, either
cylindrical jars, or pint jars with a one-piece lid.
3. Frame honey entries must be displayed in a bee-proof case having both
sides made or transparent glass or plastic.

Beeswax Entries:
  Class BW8 One entry of beeswax, 2 pound minimum weight.
  Class BW9 One entry of candle (either a single candle or a pair of
candles)
  Class BW10 One entry of a beeswax product (creams, lotions, salves,
etc.)

Beeswax product entries must have a card stating what the product is to be
used for (face cream , lip balm, furniture polish, etc)
Photography Entries:
     Class P1 Close-up Print: Subject must relate to beekeeping.
     Class P2 Scenic Print: Apiary subject, such as flowers, hives,
etc.
     Class P3 Portrait Print: A person or beekeeping procedure in an
     appropriate setting.
     Class P4 Essay Print: A set of from 4 to 7 pictures depicting a
beekeeping story.

1. Prints must be 5" by 7" or larger, mounted on a mounting board that
extends at least one inch beyond the print on each side. No frames are
permitted. Essay prints may be mounted on one mounting board.
2. Prints may be black & white or color.
3. Photographs can be entered only once in any TBA show.
4. Each photograph, including the Essay as a set, must be accompanied by a
3" by 5" card giving photo title, entrant's name, address, city, state,
zip code and telephone number. The card must state the class entered.
5. Brief captions may accompany the Essay photographs. The order of Essay
photographs must be clearly indicated.
6. Winners must agree to have their photos published.

								
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