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Jim Sandgren                          President
Mike Mohr                             Vice President
Kirby Josephson                       Treasurer
Keith Lundberg                        Secretary

ADDRESS—P.O. Box 263 Redwood Falls, MN 56283

DIRECTORS
Tara Anderson                         Redwood Falls
Dillon Kuehn                          Redwood Falls
Ralph Kolp                            Redwood Falls
Chuck Davis                           Echo
Jeff Potter                           Redwood Falls
Jeff Sandgren                         Redwood Falls
George Schottenbauer                  Morton
John Sandgren                         Olivia
Diane Ahrends                         Wabasso
Mike Mohr                              Redwood Falls

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gary Dahms                         John Schueller
Lon Walling                        Al Kokesch
Priscilla Klabunde

SUPERINTENDENTS
HOBBIES,CRAFTS,&ARTS        Margie Buckley
HORTICULTURE AND CROPS      Shirley Pohlen
FLOWERS                     Florence Salfer
FINE ARTS                   Sharon Pohlen
CULINARY                    Krista Daniels
4H CLUB WORK         Kami Hastad, Regional Educator
                     Deb Hadley, Program Coordinator

NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS
As requested by Extension Office, 4H Premium checks will be
paid to 4H Clubs only. 4H Clubs will pay individual exhibitors.
Open-class premium checks will be paid at the fairgrounds in the
Secretary’s office, starting Sunday, July 11th, at 4PM.
All entries will be open to all counties in Minnesota.

PREMIUM CHECKS VOID IF NOT CASHED WITHIN 30 DAYS.

FINANCES
Admission to the fair is $5.00 per day or $10.00 for a fair button,
good for the entire fair. No Admission will be charged until after
12 NOON on Thursday, July 8th. Admission will be $3.00 after
5PM on Sunday, July 11th.. Admission for Seniors on Saturday,
July 10th , will be $3.00 until 4PM.
A vehicle season parking pass, for the entire fair, day and night,
on grounds is $20.00, IF SPACE IS AVAILABLE.
Camping Pass is $50.00, if space is available. See Mike Salfer.

ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE 2010 FAIR

Entry day will be Wednesday July 7th, 2 PM till 8 PM and the fair will run Thursday,
July 8th through Sunday, July 11th.
In general, the exhibit pattern will follow that of recent fairs.
Check this premium list for classes in which cash prizes are being
offered, and for special offers made in some divisions by
commercial interest.
Your comments on the fair and suggestions for improvements
will be greatly appreciated by the fair board, both at the
Secretary’s office during the fair and at the annual meeting of
stockholders always held in Redwood Falls, on the third Tuesday
in November at 8PM.
The Redwood County Fair is a family based show and reserves
the right to refuse any exhibit.

GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS
1.No exhibitor shall be allowed to make more than one entry
in any one lot, except as otherwise specified.
2.Exhibits must be entered in the name of the bonafide owners
and vegetables,fruit,dairy products and domestic manufacturers
must have been made or grown by the exhibitors during the
past year. Corn and grain may be 2009 crop.
3.Every article in competition must correspond in number and
description with the premium list, and be in its proper class in
order to obtain premiums. No change or alterations will be
permitted after the books are placed in the hands of the judges.
4.All entries must be made and exhibits brought in by 8PM,
July 7, 2010 unless otherwise specified. Judging will be
Thursday AM. Exhibit doors will be open after Judging on
Thursday; 10:30 AM Fri.,Sat.; and 12 noon on Sunday.
Doors close at 9PM.
5.Please mail or bring your entry slip to the secretary as soon
before the fair as you can. As soon as you know what articles
you wish to exhibit, fill out the entry slip and mail it to the
secretary. Then if you wish to add other articles they can be
added to your entry sheet on entry day. Do not wait, mail them
as soon as you can.
6.No animal or articles will be assigned to a place on the grounds
until entry has been made. Each entry tag shall be securely
attached to the entry itself or the stall, pen or receptacle in which
it is shown.
7.NO ARTICLE OR ANIMAL ON EXHIBITION WILL BE
PERMITTED TO BE TAKEN AWAY BEFORE 7 PM ON THE
LAST DAY OF THE FAIR EXCEPT BY PERMISSION OF
THE MANAGEMENT.
8.Exhibitors will at all times give the necessary personal attention
to what they may have on exhibition, and at the close of the Fair
take charge of the same. The Redwood Co. Fair will endeavor to
prevent loss, damage or breakage to all exhibits, but will not be
responsible for any such loss, damage or breakage.
9.The superintendent of the division shall assist the judges as
clerk and shall keep a record of the awards made. This record
when completed shall be signed by the judges and returned to the]
secretary.
10.No animal or article unworthy of premium shall receive one,
even though there be no competition, nor shall any animal or article
receive a higher premium than its merits demand.
11.Any interference by exhibitors to influence or dictate the
decision of the judges, will be sufficient cause for excluding his
or her entry from competition.
12.No appeal from the decision of the awarding committee
shall be allowed.
13.The Redwood Co. Fair Board reserves the right to correct
any errors printed in the premium book.
14.The Fair Board reserves the right to bar any exhibit from the
fairgrounds if the exhibit is not in good taste.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
  To relieve the secretary’s office of much of the confusion during
the first day of the Fair, Entry day, it is most earnestly called to
your attention that if you will prepare entry sheets a number of
days in advance and mail them to the secretary’s office, all your
tickets and entry tags will be made up in advance and be ready for
you when you come. This will be less trouble for you and easier
for the clerks who are in charge of the work. Entry blanks are
included in this listing and it will be greatly
appreciated if you will print it, fill it out, and return it early.
  Redwood County Fair is a county-wide project and its success
or failure depends upon the amount of support which you as a
resident of the county are willing to give.

EXHIBITORS
 Again this year the Redwood Co. Fair is offering cash awards
to the club or organization with 5 or more members with the
most exhibits in the Open Class Division.
 Individuals will receive premium awards for exhibits, plus
will win points toward club awards. First prize will be $100,
second will be $75, and third prize will be $50.
When entering your exhibits, be sure to have your name and
address on the exhibits, as well as your club’s name.


2—FARM CROPS
Shirley Pohlen              Superintendent
Lucy Moldan                 Assistant
        All exhibits must be entered by 8PM. Corn and soybeans
shall be 2010 crop, other entries may be 2009 or 2010. Threshed
grains must be 2-quart measure. Sheaf grain and hay to be 3 inches
in diameter at band. No treated grain will be accepted. Shortage in
measure and count will disqualify a sample from competing. One
member only from a family or household may make entry in any
lot. No entries will be accepted from commercial seed companies
as this is not a professional exhibit. Hay sheaf to be judged by
standards of maturity, leafiness and color. Hay must be dry. Name
of variety in all lots must be given. Ribbons will be awarded.
No articles to be removed until 8PM on last day of the fair. The
Fair Board reserves the right to disqualify and dispose of diseased,
contaminated, or infested exhibits.

    PREMIUMS; 1st-$3; 2nd-$2, 3rd-$1
CLASS A--OATS
Lot   1. Threshed Grain
      2. Sheaf Grain—3 inch sheaf

CLASS B—BARLEY
Lot   1. Threshed Grain
      2. Sheaf Grain—3 inch sheaf

CLASS C—WHEAT
Lot   1. Wheat Spring
      2. Wheat Winter
      3. Sheaf Grain—3 inch sheaf

CLASS D—SOYBEANS
Lot  1. Group 0
      2. Group 0.1-1.0
      3. Group 1.1-1.5
      4. Group 1.6-2.0
      5. Group 2.1-2.5
      6. Group 2.6-3.0
       7. Sheaf green beans 2010
       8. Sheaf cured beans 2009

CLASS E—HAY FORAGE
Lot  1. Alfalfa sheaf-green
      2. Alfalfa sheaf-dried

CLASS F—SUNFLOWERS FIELD
Lot  1. 2 Quart seed
      2. Sunflower head(1)

CLASS G—FIELD SUGAR BEETS
Lot  1. 2 beets, tops on

CLASS H—COMERCIAL EDIBLE BEANS(ALL VARIETIES)
Lot      1. Pinto, 2 quart seed
         2. Pinto sheaf, cured 2010
         3. Pinto sheaf, green 2009
         4. Navy, 2 quart seed, small white
         5. Navy sheaf, cured 2010
         6. Navy sheaf, green 2009
         7. Great Northern, large white
         8. Any other
If any grain shows signs of active insects, it may be destroyed
  by fairboard

CLASS I—GRAIN SORGHUM
Lot  1. 2 quart seed
      2. 3 stalks green grain sorghum

CLASS J—CORN,COMMERCIAL,GROWN PREVIOUS YEAR
Field crop commercial ears grown from seed produced in
detasseled plots and which is intended for feed. Each entry
must be named as to variety and number. Minnesota latest
maturity ratings to govern classification.
Lot     1. 10 ears, 95 days or less
        2. 10 ears, 96-100 days
        3. 10 ears, 101-105 days
        4. 10 ears, 106-110 days
        5. 10 ears, 111 days or later
        6. 2 stalks green corn, roots on
        7. 2 quart shelled corn

CLASS K---CORN, TALLEST STALK, 2010 CROP
 Must have roots on, and labled with variety
Lot   1. Tallest stalk of corn
3—HORTICULTURE
Shirly Pohlen Superintendent
Lucy Moldan   Assistant

All exhibits must be entered by 8PM.
Shortage in measure or count will disqualify a sample from
competing. Noting is to be entered that is not listed in
premium book. Only one entry allowed each exhibitor in
each lot in the division. No article to be move until 8PM
on the last day of the fair.
         Special prizes for horticulture exhibitors
Sponsored by; Redwood Falls Nursery, Highwater Ethanol,
Baune Ins.Agency, AsGrow(Joel Samyn),
Pioneer(Melvin Schueller)

PREMUIMS: 1st-$1,50; 2nd-$1.25; 3rd-$1.00
Unless otherwise stated
CLASS A—APPLES
Only farm crops, etc. Leave stems. Entry to consist of exactly
4 specimens.
Lot     1. Beacon            11 McIntosh
        2. Delicious-Red 12. Minjon
        3. Delicious-Yellow13.Northwest Greening
            Or Golden         14. Oriole
        4. Connel Red         15. Praire Spy
        5. Duchess            16. Red Baron
        6. Fireside           17. Regent
        7. Harelson           18. Redwell
        8. Honey Gold         19. Wealthy
        9. Jonathan            20. HoneyCrisp
        10.State Fair          21. Any other variety
                               22. Best collection
                                   4 varieties of 2 each
    st         nd         rd
   1 ;-$3.00; 2 ,-$2.50; 3 ,-$2.00

CLASS B---CRAB APPLES
Entry to consist of exactly 8 specimens
Lot     1. Chestnut
        2. Dolgo
        3. Whitney
        4. Hopa or any other ornamental crab
        5. Any other variety
        6. Best collection—4 varieties 4 crab apples each
 1st-$3.00; 2nd- $2.50; 3rd-$2.00
CLASS C—GRAPES
Entry must consist of 3 bunches
Lot    1. Himrod
       2. LaCrescent
       3. Frontenac Gris
       4. Marquette
       5. Sommerset
       6. Concord
       7. Beta
       8. Best collection of grapes 4 varieties of 1/2 pint each
       1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.50; 3rd-$2.00

CLASS D—HERB CLASSIFICATION
Entry must consist of 3 stems in water
Lot    1. Dill             5. Marjoram
       2. Basil           6. Mint
       3. Rosemary        7. Sage
       4. Parsley         8. Any other
       9. Tarragon

CLASS E—PLUMS
Entry must consist of 6 specimens each
Lot    1. Ember
       2. Mount Royal
       3. Pipestone
       4. Stanley
       5. Superior
       6. Underwood
       7. Waneta
       8. Any other variety plum
       9. Best collection of plums-4 varieties of 2 plums each
       1st,$3.00; 2nd,$2.50; 3rd,$2.00

CLASS F—SMALL FRUITS AND NUTS
Lot  1. Apricots(6 specimens)
      2. Strawberries, any variety, 1/2 pint
      3. Pears, 4 specimens
      4. Raspberries, 1/2 pint
      5. Black Raspberries, 1/2 pint
      6. Walnuts, 6 specimens
      7. Gooseberries, 1/2 pint
      8. Mulberries, 1/2 pint
      9. Any other variety small fruit crop
      10. Any other edible nut, 1/2 pint
      11. Cherries, ½ pint, w/stems on
      12. Dried walnuts(6 specimens of previous year)
CLASS G—VEGETABLES
Shortage in measure or count will disqualify a sample from
competing. Nothing to be entered as special not listed in premium
book. Exhibits to be clean, any root vegetable should be washed.
Variety name should be listed on exhibit(Example:‖Pioneer‖
cucumbers)
Lot.    1. Asparagus – 3 stems
        2. Beans, bush, green, flat in pod, 10 pods
        3. Beans, bush, green, round in pod, 10 pods
        4. Beans, bush, wax, flat in pod, 10 pods
        5. Beans, bush, wax, round in pod, 10 pods
        6. Beans, Lima, in pods, 10 pods
        7. Beans, Purple, 10 pods
        8. Beets, for table use, 3 specimens
        9. Broccoli, 1 head
        10. Cabbage, round, 1 specimen
        11. Cabbage, flat, 1 specimen
        12. Cabbage, pointed, 1 specimen
        13. Cabbage, red, 1 specimen
        14. Cabbage, Bok Choi or Chinese, 1 specimen
        15. Carrots, for table use, 3 specimens
        16. Cauliflower, 1 specimen
        17. Celery, 1 plant in water
        18. Cucumbers, for slicing, 3 specimens
        19. Cucumbers, for pickling, 2‖-3‖, 4 specimens
        20. Cucumbers, for pickling, 4‖-5‖, 4 specimens
        21. Cucumbers, ripe for pickling, 2 specimens
        22. Eggplant, 2 specimens
        23. Endive, 2 specimens
        24. Garlic, 3 bulbs
        25. Gourds, small, 4 specimens
        26. Gourds, large, 2 specimens
        27. Ground Cherries, husked, 1 pint
        28. Kohlrabi, 3 specimens
        29. Leek, 3 specimens
        30. Muskmelon, 1 specimen
        31. Onions, Yellow, flat, 3 specimens
        32. Onions, Yellow, globe, 3 specimens
        33. Onions, red, flat, 3 specimens
        34. Onions, red, globe, 3 specimens
        35. Onions, white, flat, 3 specimens
        36. Onions, white, globe, 3 specimens
        37. Onions, op sets, 1 pint not separated
        38. Onions, bottom sets, separated, 1 pint
        39. Parsnips, 3 specimens
        40. Peas, garden, 10 pods
        41. Peas, edible pod, 10 pods
        42. Peppers, green, 2 specimens
        43. Peppers, green, pickling, 6 specimens
        44. Peppers, banana, 2 specimens
        45. Peppers, any others, 2 specimens
        46. Peppers, long hot, 6 specimens
        47. Pumpkin, for pie, round type, 1 specimen
        48. Pumpkin, field, 1 specimen
        49. Pumpkin, novelty
        50. Radish, round, 5 specimens
        51. Radish, icicle, 5 specimens
        52. Rhubarb, 3 stalks
        53. Rutabagas, for table use, 3 specimens
        54. Salsify, largest and smoothest roots, 3 specimens
        55. Squash, spaghetti, 1 specimen
        56. Squash, summer, 1 specimen 6-8 inches
        57. Squash, table queen or acorn, 1 specimen
        58. Squash, buttercup, 1 specimen
        59. Squash, butternut, 1 specimen
        60. Squash, hubbard, green, 1 specimen
        61. Squash, zucchini, 2 specimens, 6-8 inches
        62. Squash, any other winter, 1 specimen
        63. Sweet potatoes, 3 specimens
        64. Swiss Chard, 1 plant, root removed
        65. Tomatoes, 3 inch and under, 3 specimens
        66. Tomatoes, 3 inch and over, 3 specimens
        67. Tomatoes, yellow, 3 specimens
        68. Tomatoes, early, 3 specimens
        69. Tomatoes, late, 3 specimens
        70. Turnips, white globe, 3 specimens
        71. Watermelons, dark green, 1 specimen
        72. Watermelons, stripe, 1 specimen
        73. Watermelons, long, 1 specimen
        74. Any other vegetable not listed
            3 large or 6 small specimens
        75. Oddity vegetable, 1 specimen
        76. Largest vegetable, 1 specimen
        77. Cucumbers, burpless, 3 specimens
        78. Tomatoes, cherry, or any other small
            Tomatoes, 6 specimens

CLASS H—POTATOES
Prizes-1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.00
5 potatoes to comprise one exhibit and clean
Lot.    1. Irish Cobblers          6. Norgold
        2. Anoka                    7. Russet
        3. Kennebec              8 La Sota
        4. Pontiac               9. Yukon Gold
        5.Norland

CLASS I—GARDEN CORN
Prizes-1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.00
Lot.    1. Sweet corn, for vegetable, unhusked, 4 ears
        2. Popcorn, 4 ears, 2009 crop
        3. Ornamental corn, large, 4 ears, 2009 crop
        4. Ornamental corn, small, 4 ears, 2009 crop
        Overall Grand Champion Garden Exhibit-Ribbon

CLASS J—GARDEN BOX
Prizes-1st, $5.00; 2nd,$3.00; 3rd,$2.00
Lot.    1. Box of vegetables, fruit, or mixed totaling 6 different items.
        Example: Large vegetable, 1 item
        Small vegetable, 6 of each of item
        Medium, 2 of each item
        Total, 6 kinds of vegetables or fruit

CLASS K---FUN VEGGIE ITEM
Prizes-1st, $5.00, 2nd, $3.00, 3rd, $2.00
Lot.    1. Make a Veggie creature using at least 3 or
             more vegetables.

4—FLOWERS
     Florence Salfer, Superintendent
    Char Lightfoot, Assistant
All entries must be grown by the exhibitor.
Only one exhibit per person will be allowed to compete in each lot.
Containers for specimen flowers will be provided by the flower
division. If more than one specimen is called for in an entry, high
quality, uniformity in size, degree of maturity, form, color, and
stem length are important. If you do not have the exact number
of stalks or stems, your exhibit will be disqualified. Buds showing
color are considered flowers. A strong stem with good clean
foliage left on the stem is important, but no foliage below the
water line. Each lot must be one color unless specified otherwise.
   Entries close at 8PM entry day. Check entry tags carefully to
make sure they are in the proper class and lot.
   The fair is not responsible for loss, damage , or breakage.

Prizes-1st,$2.00; 2nd,$1.00; 3rd,$.75
Grand Champion Annual—Gift Certificate from Bloosom Town

CLASS A—ANNUALS
Lot    1. Aster, 5 stems, either double or single
       2. Bachelor Buttons, 5 stems, 1 color
       3. Balsam, 1 stem
       4. Bells or Ireland, 1 stem
       5. Celosia, plumed, 1 stem
       6. Celosia, crested, 1 stem
       7. Calendula, 1 stem
       8. Cleome, 1 stem
       9. Cosmos, 5 stems, single, 1 color
       10. Cosmos, 5 stems, double, 1 color
       11. Marigolds, 3stems, white color
       12. Marigolds, 3 stems, dwarf double
       13. Marigolds, 3 stems, dwarf single
       14. Marigolds, 3 stems, large double, 1 color
       15. Pansies, 5 stems with foliage
       16. Petunias, 3 stems, double, 1 color
       17. Petunias, 3 stems, single, 1 color
       18. Petunias, 3 stems, double, bi-color
       19. Petunias, 3 stems, single, bi-color
       20. Petunias, 3 stems, wave, 1 color
       21. Salvia, 3 stems, red
       22. Salvia, 3 stems, blue or purple
       23. Snapdragons, 3 spikes
       24. Statice, 3 stems
       25. Sunflowers, 3 stems under 4‖
       26. Sunflowers, 1 stem, over 4‖
       27. Zinnia, 3 stems, dahlia type, 1 color
       28. Zinnia, 3 stems, candy stripe
       29. Zinnia, 3 stems, pompon, 1 color
       30. Zinnia, 3 stems, cactus type, 1 color
       31. Any other annual, 5 stems if small variety
                              3 stems if large

CLASS B—BIENNIALS
Lot  1. Canterbury bells, 1 spike
      2. Foxglove(Digitalis) 1 spike
      3. Hollyhocks, dwarf, 1 spike
      4. Sweet William, 3 stems

Grand Champion Perennial-Gift Cert. From Redwood Falls Nursery

CLASS C—PERENNIALS
Lot  1. Astilbe, 2 sprays, 1 color
      2. Balloon flower, 1 stem
      3. Baby’s breath, 1 stem
      4. Carnations, 3 stems, 1 color
       5. Chrysanthemums, under2‖, 1 stem
       6. Chrysanthemums, over 2‖, 1 stem
       7. Clematis, 3 stems
       8. Coneflower, 3 stems, 1 color
       9. Coral bells, 3 stems
       10. Coreopsis, 5 stems, 1 variety
       11. Dianthus, 5 stems, 1 color
       12. Daisy, Gloriosa, 5 stems
       13. Daisy, Shasta, 5 stems
       14. Delphinium, 1 stem
       15. Gaillardia(blanket flower) 5 stems
       16. Liatris, 2 spikes, 1 color
       17. Monarda, 3 stems, 1 color
       18. Phlox, 1 stem
       19. Statice, 1 stem
       20. Scabiosa or Pincushion flower, 5 stems, 1 color
       21. Sweet Pea, 3 stems
       22. Violas, 5 stems with foliage
       23. Yarrow, 3 stems, yellow
       24. Yarrow, 3 stems, any color
       25. Any other perennial, give name

Grand Champion Rose-Gift Cert. from Hackers tree farm and Nursery

CLASS D—ROSE
Lot. 1. Hybrid tea, white, 1 stem
      2. Hybrid tea, yellow, 1 stem
      3. Hybrid tea, red, 1 stem
      4. Hybrid tea, bi-color, 1 stem
      5. Hybrid tea, lavender, 1 stem
      6. Hybrid tea, salmon, 1 stem
      7. Hybrid tea, pink, 1 stem
      8. Grandiflora or Floribunda, white, 1 stem
      9. Grandiflora or floribunda, yellow, 1 stem
      10. Grandiflora or floribunda, red, 1 stem
      11. Grandiflora or floribunda, bi-color, 1 stem
      12. Grandiflora or floribunda, lavender, 1 stem
      13. Grandiflora or floribunda, salmon, 1 stem
      14. Grandiflora or floribunda, pink, 1 stem
      15. Miniature rose, white, 1 stem
      16. Miniature rose, yellow, 1 stem
      17. Miniature rose, red, 1 stem
      18. Miniature rose, bi-color, 1 stem
      19. Miniature rose, lavender or lilac, 1 stem
      20. Miniature rose, salmon, 1 stem
      21. Miniature rose, pink, 1 stem
CLASS E—GLADIOLA
One specimen per class. Bi-color glad should be
entered in predominant color.
Lot.    1. Large gladiola, white
        2 Large gladiola, yellow
        3. Large gladiola, orange
        4. Large gladiola, red
        5. Large gladiola, pink or rose
        6. Large gladiola, lavender
        7. Large gladiola, purple
        8. Large gladiola, green
        9. Miniature glad, white
        10. Miniature glad, yellow
        11. Miniature glad, orange
        12. Miniature glad, red
        13. Miniature glad, pink or rose
        14. Miniature glad, lavender
        15. Miniature glad, purple
        16. Any other gladiola, large or miniature

Grand Champion Lily-Gift Cert. from Prairie Gardener-Wabasso

CLASS F—OTHER BULBS OR TUBERS
Lot. 1. Begonia, tuberous, 1 bloom, with side bud or bloom
      2.Calla Lily, 1 bloom
      3. Canna, 1 bloom
      4. Dahlia, pompon, 3 stems with leaf attached, 1 color
      5. Dahlia, 2‖-4‖, 3 stems with leaf attached, 1 color
      6. Dahlia, 4‖-6‖, 1 stem with leaf attached
      7. Dahlia, 6‖-8‖, 1 stem with leaf attached
      8. Dahlia, over 8‖, 1 stem with leaf attached
      9. Dahlia, cactus, under4‖,3 stems with leaf attached, 1 color
      10. Dahlia, cactus, 4‖-6‖, 1 stem with leaf attached
      11. Dahlia, cactus, 6‖-8‖, 1 stem with leaf attached
      12. Dahlia, cactus, over 8‖, 1 stem with leaf attached
      13. Asiatic lily, 1 stem
      14. Oriental lily, 1 stem
      15. Tiger lily, 1 stem
      16. Day lily, 1 stem
      17. Any other bulb or tuber, give name

CLASS G—HOUSE PLANTS
Lot. 1. African violet, single, in bloom
      2.African violet, double, in bloom
      3. Baby tears
        4. Begonia, in bloom
        5. Bromelaid
        6. Cactus
        7. Fern
        8. Flowering plan, other than African Violet or Begonia
        9. Ivy, Swedish
        10. Ivy, English
        11. Ivy, any other, give name
        12. Pothos
        13. Succulent
        14. Snake plant
        15. Dish garden
        16. Unusual plant, give name

CLASS H—PATIO, POTTED, OR HANGING PLANTS
Grand Champion-Gift Cert. from Redwood Falls Nursery
No potted plants which have been entered in previous years will
be accepted. Be sure the outside of the pots are free of dirt, dust,
and leaves.
Lot.    1. Begonia, fiberous
        2.Begonia, tuberous
        3 Coleus
        4 Geranium
        5 Geranium, vining(hanging Plant)
        6 Impatients
        7 Petunias wave(hanging plant)
        8 Planter, at least 3 different species
        9 Moss basket(hanging)with at least 3 different species
        10 Any other hanging plant, give name

CLASS I—JUNIOR ARRANGEMENTS(14 YEARS OF AGE OR YOUNGER)
Grand Champion-Gift Cert. from Runnings, Redwood Falls
Containers for the following arrangements need not be an expensive
type but should harmonize with the color, size, and shape of the flowers.
When specific types of flowers are called for in an arrangement, accessory
flowers will not be allowed, but accessory foliage will be allowed in
any arrangement. Whe a size is specified, this should include any
background materials used.
No arrangement to be more than 12‖ long
No artificial flowers in arrangements will be acceptable.
Flowers must be grown or arranged by exhibitor
1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00; 3rd, $1.50
Lot.     1. My Favorite Holiday
         2. Fair Time
         3. Summer Fun
         4. Gone Fishing
CLASS J—SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS
See same special instructions for Class I—Junior arrangements
1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00; 3rd, $1.50
Grand Champion Arrangement Gift Cert.from
Petals and Balloons-Wabasso
Lot.     1. Autumn Gold
         2. Blooms in a basket
         3. Brewing up a bouquet(in coffee pot)
         4. Cologne or perfume container
         5. Down on the farm
         6. Good old days(in an old container)
         7. Grandma’s flower garden
         8. Holiday arrangement
         9. Petunia arrangement
         10. Picnic table
         11. Pretty in pink
         12. Silver anniversary
         13. Dried flower arrangement(no artificial flowers)

5---CULINARY
Krista Daniels          Superintendent
Char Gilland            Assistant
Carol Krinke           Assistant

Entries close at 8PM, Wednesday, July 7th . Please read
carefully as all rules will be followed. Judging will be Thursday.
Drawing for gift certificates Sat. July 10th , 2 PM.
Pick up certificates before 8PM Sun. July 11th .
Not responsible for loss, damage, or breakage of any item.
ALL BAKING GOODS SHOULD BE PLACED IN
CLEAR PLASTIC ZIPLOC BAGS.
Please note change in some entries.
1st. $1.50; 2nd, $1.25; 3rd, $1.00 Unless otherwise stated.

CLASS A---BREAD BAKING
Best of white bread $10.00
5 lbs of flour donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of dark bread $10.00
5 lbs of flour donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of quick bread
5 lbs of flour donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of raisin bread
1 bag of raisins donated by Tersteeg’s Holiday Market
Best of French bread and parkerhouse rolls
1 jar of yeast donated by Tersteeg’s Holiday Market
Best caramel rolls-1 package of brown sugar-
Donated by Tersteeg’s
Lot.    1. White bread          7. ½ doz. Rolls-tea, parkerhouse
         2. Graham bread       8. Coffee cake (yeast)4‖square
         3. Rye bread          9. Cinnamon rolls-4
         4. Raisin bread       10. Caramel rolls-4
         5. Whole wheat        11. Machine bread--white
         6. French bread       12. Machine bread—whole grain
A $5.00 award will be given for the best overall quick bread;
Quick bread made with soda or baking powder, 5‖ or 7‖ loaf.
        13. Nut bread          18. Gingerbread,4‖square
        14. Banana bread      19. Cornbread,4‖ square
        15. Date bread         20. Pumpkin bread
        16. Bran muffins       21. Zucchini bread
            1/3 dozen          22. Lemon bread
        17. Baking powder      23. Cranberry bread
            biscuits, 1/3      24. Granola muffins
            dozen              25. Muffin bread
                               26. Rhubarb bread
                               27. Coffee cake 4‖square
                               28. Diabetic muffins
 st         nd           rd
1 , $1.50; 2 , $1.25; 3 , $1.00

CLASS B—NATIONALITY FOODS-4 of each
Best in the class, 1 can shortening donated by Tersteegs
Lot.    1. Baklava              6. Krumkakka
         2. Danish Pastry       7. Lefse
         3. Fattigmond          8. Sandbakkel
         4. Flatbrod
         5. Kolaches

CLASS C—CHILDREN 15 AND UNDER
1st, $1.50; 2nd, $1.25; 3rd, $1.00
Best of Chocolate Chip Cookies
1 bag of chocolate chips donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of Peanut Butter Cookies
1 bag of peanut butter chips donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of Oatmeal Cookies
1 bag of brown sugar donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
1 bag of raisins donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of Bars
1 bag of brown sugar donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Cookies; 4 cookies
Lot.     1. Chocolate chip         6. Snicker doodles
         2. Peanut butter          7. No Bake
       3. Oatmeal             8. Any other
       4. Oatmeal raisin
       5. Sugar
Cake; Unfrosted 4‖ square
       9. Chocolate cake
       10. White cake
       11. Yellow cake
       12. Any other
Quick breads
       13. Banana bread
       14. Zucchini bread
       15. Rhubarb bread
       16. Any other bread
Bars; Unfrosted 4 (1 ½‖ square)
       17. Brownie
       18. Chocolate chip
       19. Spice
       20. Lemon
       21. Pumpkin
       22. Any other bar

CLASS D—YOUNGEST EXHIBITOR
 $5 award will be given to the youngest child
    exhibiting in Culinary. Do not sign up for
    this, winner determined at the fair.

CLASS E---SNACK CAKE ART
1st, $5.00, 2nd, $3.00, 3rd, $2.00
Has Mom ever told you to quit playing with your food?
NOW YOU GET TO IT and bring your finished project
to the fair. Using at least three different kinds of snack
cakes (Little Debbie, Twinkies, etc), design a sculpture
and hold it together with things like tooth picks and
frosting. Assemble it on a 20‖x20‖ sturdy piece of
cardboard.
Lot. 1. Snack Cake Art

CLASS F—SPONGE CAKE(unfrosted)
A $5 award will be given for the best overall cake.
Box cakes will be disqualified. Bake full-sized cake
and bring ¼ to the fair.
1st, $1.50; 2nd, $1.25; 3rd, $1.00
Lot.    1. Angel food            3. Sunshine
         2. Chocolate Angel 4. Jelly roll

CLASS G—BUTTER CAKES(unfrosted-remove from pan)
Plain cakes 4‖ square
Best of spice cake
1 package of brown sugar donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Lot.    1. White              7. Carrot
        2. Devils food        8. Bundt
        3. Nut cake          9. German chocolate
        4. Spice cake        10. Yellow
            (fruit and nuts) 11. Oatmeal
        5. Applesauce        12. Any other
        6 Banana

CLASS H—NEW DECORATED CAKES, COOKIES
             & CUPCAKES
Only decoration will be judged(cake base may be artificial)
Best of decorate cake
1 package of peanut butter chips donated by Salfer’s
Best of cupcakes
1 package of peanut butter chips donated by Salfer’s
Lot.    1. Cake-birthday or other-1st,$5.00; 2nd,$3.00; 3rd,$2.00
        2. Cupcakes 4 or 1/3 doz.- 1st,$2.50; 2nd,$2.00; 3rd,$1.50
        3. Cookies 4 or 1/3 doz.- 1st,$2.00; 2nd,$1.50; 3rd,$1.25


CLASS I---GRANDPARENTS AND THEIR GRANDCHILDREN
Does Grandma (or Grandpa) spend time with you in the kitchen,
teaching you how to bake and cook? Work with your grandparents
on something from one of our categories and then bring the
finished product to the fair. It can be anything-from cookies to
pies to candies to canning.
1ST, $5.00, 2ND, $3.00, 3RD, 2.00
Lot 1. Grandparents and their grandchildren.

CLASS J—COOKIES (4 or 1/3 doz,)
1ST, $1.50; 2nd, $1.25; 3rd, $1.00
PLEASE HAVE COOKIES ON A PAPER PLATE
IN A CLEAR ZIPLOC BAG.
Best of cookies
1 bag of brown sugar donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of bars
1 bag of raisins donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of Chocolate chip cookies
1 bag of chocolate chips donated by Salfer’s
Best of peanut butter cookies
1 bag of peanut butter chips donated by Salfer’s
Best of Oatmeal raisin cookies
1 bag of raisins donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Lot.   1 White rolled           8. Peanut butter
       2. Ginger                 9. Frosted molasses
       3. Filled                10. Oatmeal chocolate chip
       4. Oatmeal               11. Snickerdoodles
       5. Ice box               12. Lemon
       6. Oatmeal raisin        13. Pin wheels
       7. Chocolate chip        14. Spice drop or rolled
                                15. Spritz, pressed
                                16. Diabetic
                                17. Sugar

CLASS K—BARS-11/2 INCH SQUARES
         Unfrosted-4 pieces
Lot. 1. Brownies            5. Pumpkin
     2. Chocolate chip      6. Zucchini
     3. Spice               7. Other
      2. Lemon

CLASS L—OLDEST EXHIBITOR
    $5 award will be given to the oldest person
     exhibiting in the Culinary. DO NOT SIGN UP ON
     ENTRY BLANK. WINNER DETERMINED AT FAIR.

CLASS M—SPECIAL BUTTER COOKIE CONTEST
Lot.   1. 4 or 1/3 doz. of one kind to be exhibited.
        To be eligible to compete for these awards, cookies
Must be make with butter, and the recipe card must be
Included with exhibit.

CLASS N—CANDIES (4 PIECES)
1ST, $1.50; 2ND, $1.25; 3rd, $1.00
Best of fudge
1 bag of chocolate chips donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best of Pinouche
1 bag of brown sugar donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Best candy
1 package powder sugar donated by Tersteeg’s
Lot.    1. Fudge               6. Almond bark
        2. Fondant             7. Assorted mints
        3. Pinouche            8. Anise candy
        4. Peanut brittle      9. Taffy
        5. Divinity            10. Caramels

CLASS O—PIES(4‖ or 6‖ pie tins)
1st, $1.50; 2nd, $1.25; 3rd, $1.00
Best of pies
5 lbs of flour donated by Tersteeg’s
Best of raisin pie
1 bag of raisins donated by Salfer’s Food Center
Lot.     1. Apple,2 crust      6. Peach,2 crust
        2. Berry,2 crust      7. Rhubarb,2 crust
        3. Cherry,2 crust     8. Pecan
        4. Mince,2crust       9. Pumpkin
         5 Raisin,2crust

CANNING
Notice to canning exhibitors.
  Any canning exhibited at the 2009 Redwood County Fair
will not be eligible for premium at the 2010 fair.
  RULES; Use clear round Kerr or Ball fruit jars, vegetables
and fruits in pint jars, jellies in jelly glasses. Each jar shall be
labeled to show contents of jar, kind of variety, date canned,
length of time, method, pressure or hot water. Label, about 1‖
or 11/2‖, place near bottom. The right to open any jar is
granted if there is any question regarding its canning merits.
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.75; 3rd, $1.50 Unless otherwise noted.

CLASS P—CANNED FRUITS & VEGETABLES
  Judged on appearance, neatness, label, container, pack
uniformity and arrangement, color, texture, and liquid.
No hand marking on jars other than label. All vegetables
except tomatoes and asparagus should have time written
on the label.

1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.00; 3rd, $1.50
Lot.     1. Asparagus     7. Peas and carrots
                          8. Tomatoes cooked
         2. Beans,green or wax
         3. Beets          9. Whole tomatoes
         4. Carrots           Hot bath
         5. Corn           10.Mixed vegetables
         6. Peas           11.Sauerkraut
                           12.Tomato juice
(HOT WATER BATH-Time written on label)
Lot.  13. Apples         19. Blueberries
      14. Cherries       20. Raspberries
      15. Peaches        21. Black raspberries
      16. Pears          22. Apricots
      17. Plums          23. Strawberries
      22. Rhubarb         24. Other

CLASS Q—JAMS & JELLIES
 Use standard jelly glasses with cover. Label each
as to content and hot water bath with time.
Lot.      1. Apple jelly            12. Strawberry jam
           2. Currant Jelly         13. Tomato jam
           3. Chokecherry jelly     14. Gooseberry jam
           4. Grape jelly           15. Grape jam
           5. Plum jelly            16. Rhubarb jam
           6. Gooseberry jelly      17. Cherry jam
           7. Red raspberry jelly 18. Apricot jam
           8. Black raspberry jelly 19. Freezer jam
           9. Ground cherry jam     20. Pear jam
           10.Peach jam             21. Apple butter
           11.Raspberry jam         22. Strawberry jelly
                                    23. Plum jam
                                    24. Other
 st           nd          rd
1 , $2.50; 2 , $2.00; 3 , $1.50
Best of jelly or jam
    1st prize-10 lbs of sugar-donated by Tersteeg’s
    2nd prize-5 lbs of sugar-donated by Tersteeg’s

CLASS R---PICKLES
1st, $1.50; 2nd, $1.25; 3rd, $1.00
Use clear round pint Mason or Kerr jars and labels
Put time of hot water bath on lablel.
Lot.     1. Beet pickles           7. Watermelon
         2. Bread & butter         8. Zucchini pickles
         3. Crab apples            9. Nine-day slice or chunk
         4. Peach                  10. Carrot pickles
         5. Dill                   11. Greenbean pickles
         6. Green tomato

CLASS S—RELISHES
Use clear pint colorless glass jars
Lot.   1. Beet relish            4.    Catsup
        2. Corn relish           5.    Cucumber relish
        3. Chow chow              6.   Salsa
                                  7.   Horseradish

CLASS T—MEATS-pint jars
Lot. 1. Chicken         3. Pork
      2. Beef           4. Honey
                        5. Venison

1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.00
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR EXHIBITS NOT PICKED UP
BY 10:00 PM.
CLASS U—SMSBC Cheese Cake Contest
    This year we will be having a cheese cake contest, sponsored in
part by the Southern Minnesota Sugar Beet Cooperative.
Saturday morning, July 10th at 10:30AM in the block building.
Entries must be at the block building by 10:00AM. To enter,
bring your cheese cake, covered in plastic or foil,
with your name, address, and
kind of cheese cake. Your recipe must accompany your entry.
All recipes become the property of the Redwood County Fair.
ONLY 1 ENTRY PER PERSON.
Prizes are donated by The Southern Minnesota Sugar Beet
Cooperative.
1st-Pottery pieces
2nd-Pottery pieces
3rd-Pottery pieces
4th-$15
5th-$10

CLASS V—CHEESE CAKE CONTEST FOR KIDS
   This year we will be having an cheese cake contest
For kids, thru age 18, Saturday morning, Aug.1 at 10:30AM in
the office tent.
No entries will be taken after 10:00AM. To enter, bring your
cheese cake, covered with plastic or foil. Your recipe must
accompany your entry. All recipes become the property of
Redwood County Fair. ONLY 1 ENTRY PER PERSON.
Prizes are donated by The Southern Minnesota Sugar Beet
Cooperative.
The judges will be all residents of Redwood County, including
celebrities, beet growers, homemakers, county board members,
county fair personnel, retired citizens.

6—FINE ARTS
Sharon Pohlen      Superintendent
June Goblirsch     Assistant
Kayla Pohlen      Assistant
READ CAREFULLY AS ALL RULES WILL BE FOLLOWED
   1. All entries include State of Minnesota
   2. All entries close at 8PM on entry day. All entries must be
       properly tagged and in the hands of the superintendent by
       this hour.
   3. All entrants are responsible for entering the article in the
       proper class and lot, any article out of date, soiled, not of
       one’s own workmanship or not entered in the proper class
       and lot will be disqualified.
   4. Any article which has been exhibited at a previous Redwood
        County Fair cannot compete.
    5. All garmets must be cleaned, pressed, and on hangers.
    6. Anyone qualified to enter under Class P-Work of Jr. Citizens
        will not be eligible to enter in our other classes.
The following factors are used in judging;
    1. Neatness
    2. Appearance-cleaned and pressed
    3. Finished seams
    4. Uniform stitches or tension
    5. Clipped threads
Purple or champion ribbons will be awarded to the top exhibit in
The following areas;
    1. Class A
    2. Classes B-C
    3. Class D
    4. Classes E-F-G
    5. Classes H-I
    6. Class J
    7. Classes K-L
    8. Class M
    9. Class N
    10. Class O
    11. Class P
SPECIAL GIFTS
     Special gifts will be given randomly through a drawing of
The exhibitors in the Fine Arts Division. Each exhibitor will be
Eligible.
     Those donating gifts are; Larsen’s Home Furnishings-Redwood Falls,
Dave’s Body Shop, Meadowland Farmers Co-op
Lamberton, Sward Kemp Synder Drug-Redwood Falls

CLASS A—TABLE LINENS—Includes Tatting
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.     1. Tablecloth, over 45‖
         2. Tablecloth, under 45‖
         3. Cross stitch
         4. Cut work
         5. Table runner, any size
         6. Holiday lunchcloth or tablecloth
         7. Hardanger-plain
         8. Hardanger-colored
         9. Hardanger-36‖ & over
         10. Hardanger-place mats

CLASS B—BEDROOM LINENS-Pr. of pillow cases
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.   1.   Embroidered
       2.   Cross stitch
       3.   Applique
       4.   Lace trimmed, hand made

CLASS C—HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.     1. Dish towels(3)embroidered
         2. Dish towels(3)appliquéd
         3. Dish towels(3)cross stitch
         4. Potholders(2)any kind
         5. Placemats-set of 4
         6. Tote
         7. Window treatments(curtains, draperies, shades)
         8. Guest towels

CLASS D—QUILTS AND BEDDING
1st, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00
Lot.     1. Cross stitch and appliquéd
         2. Pieced
         3. Special event quilt, Anniversary, Wedding,
             Memorial, Patriotic, etc.
         4. Cheater quilt hand quilted
         5. Minature quilt 12‖ or under, pieced
         6. Minature quilt 12‖ or under, appliquéd
         7. Minature quilt 12‖ to 30‖, pieced
         8. Minature quilt 12‖ to 30‖, appliquéd
         9. Child’s quilt(single or full)
         10. Baby crib quilt
         11. Machine quilted
         12. Group quilted(hand quilted by more than one person)
         13. Recycled-old denim or old fabric
         14. Pieced by one, quilted by another
         15. Tied
         16. Quilted wall hanging

CLASS E—PILLOWS
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.     1. Quilted
         2. Crocheted or knitted
         3. Embroidered

CLASS F—NOVELTIES AND DOLLS
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.     1. Dressed doll, one only, only clothes are handmade
         2. Dressed doll, one only, doll and clothes are handmade
        3. Porcelain doll, one only, doll and clothes are handmade
        4. Stuffed rabbits, one only, rabbit and clothes are handmade
        5. Doll clothes set, at least 3 pieces
        6. Barbie doll clothes
        7. Angels
        8. Stuffed toys
        9. Covered hangers
        10. Anything not listed above

CLASS G—RUGS
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.     1. Braided
         2. Crocheted
         3. Loomed
         4. Latched, hooked

CLASS H—KNITTED ARTICLES
1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $2.00
Lot.     1. Afghan
         2. Sweater
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
         3. Hat, Mittens or Scarf
         4. Any other article not listed
CLASS I—CROCHETED ARTICLES
1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $2.00
Lot.     1. Afghan
         2. Tablecloth
         3. Bedspread
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1 , $3.00; 2nd, $2.00; 3rd, $1.00
         4. Doily-30‖ or over
         5. Doily-10‖ to 30‖
         6. Doily-under 10‖
         7. Any other crocheted article not listed
CLASS J—INFANT GARMENT(12 months or under)
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.     1. Dress
         2. Sweater & cap set, knit or crocheted
         3. Bib or cover-up apron
         4. Coverall
         5. Sleepwear
         6. Booties, any kind
         7. Bonnet, any kind
         8. Baby comforter, blanket, or afghan
         9. Anything not listed above

CLASS K—LADIES
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.     1. Lady’s blazer/jacket
         2. Slacks
         3. Skirt/skort
         4. Blouse
         5. Dress
         6. Sleepwear
         7. 2 piece ensemble
         8. Purse or tote
CLASS L—CHILDREN’S GARMENTS
Garments for children 12 years and younger
1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot      1. Dress
         2. Pajamas/nightgown
         3. Blouse
         4. Short set
         5. Jumper
         6. Halloween costumes
CLASS M---OTHER CLOTHING
         1. T-Shirt
         2. Sweatpants
         3. Decorated sweats
         4. Any other article not listed



CLASS N—ARTISTIC DESIGN TABLE ARRANGEMENT
Card tables are set in a creative way. Must be set with
Tablecloth, dishes(setting for 2), glassware, & centerpiece
Which is all coordinated.
MUST FURNISH YOUR OWN CARD TABLE
Judging scale
Overall design                   35%
Compatability of materials 25%
Distinction & originality       20%
1st, $4.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00
 ―SEASONAL‖
Lot 1. Christmas
     2. Baby Shower
     3. Graduation
     4. Child Birthday Party

CLASS O—HANDIWORK
Lot 1. Needlepoint--framed
   2. Crewel—framed
   3. Cross Stitch—framed
     4. Handanger—framed
     5. Bell pulls
1st,$2.00; 2nd,$1.50;3rd,$1.25

CLASS P—WORK OF JUNIOR CITIZENS
              (16 years or younger)
 st         nd
1 , $2.00; 2 , $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Lot.    1. Apron
        2. Skirt
        3. Shorts
        4. Blouse
        5. Jumper
        6. Dress
        7. Pajamas
        8. Pillowcases
        9. Pillow, comforter, or quilt
        10. Tote bag/purse
        11. Placemats
        12. Needlepoint, includes plastic canvas
        13. Other needle work, counted cross stitch
            Crewel
        14. Formal wear
        15.Anything not listed above
        (AGE MUST BE STATED ON THE ENTRY TICKET,
        AS THE JUDGE CONSIDERS AGE)



7—HOBBIES, CRAFTS, & ART
Margie Buckley  Superintendent
Kris Noble      Assistant
Allison Buckley Assistant

READ CAREFULLY AS ALL RULES WILL BE FOLLOWED
  1. All entries close at 8PM on Entry day.
  2. All entries must be properly tagged and in the
     hands of the superintendent by this hour
  3. All entrants are responsible for entering
     the article in the proper class and lot, any
     article out of date, soiled, or not of one’s own
     workmanship or not entered in the proper class
     and lot will be disqualified.
  4. Any article which has been exhibited at a previous
     Redwood County Fair cannot compete.
  5. Anyone qualified to enter under Class H,
     Children’s Crafts, will not be eligible to enter
        in our other classes.
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1 , $2.00; 2nd, $1.50; 3rd, $1.25
Unless otherwise stated.

CLASS A—CERAMICS
Lot. 1. Colored glazes
     2. Free form sculpture
     3. Christmas ceramics
     4. Holloween ceramics
     5. Easter ceramics
     6. Other holiday ceramics
     7. Nature/wildlife ceramics
     8. Other ceramics, not listed

CLASS B—COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
         Single photos-must be framed or matted,
         prints must be a minimun of 5x7, or 8x10
         ONE ENTRY PER LOT WITH A MAXIMUM
         OF 6 ENTRIES IN COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY.
Lot. 1. Animal--domestic
     2. Animal--wildlife
     3. Bird, fowl
     4. Other animal, not listed
     5. Architectural, building
     6. Children
     7. Adults
     8. Flower(s)
     9. Landscape, winter
     10. Landscape, spring/summer
     11. Landscape, fall
     12. Cloud formations
     13. Sunset or sunrise
     14. Water scene
     15. Vehicles
     16. Sports
     17. Wedding
     18. Fireworks
     19. Special memories
     20. Special effects –photo must have some alteration
     21. Photo collage

CLASS C—BLACK &WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY
       Single photos must-be framed or matted,
       prints must be a minimum of 5x7, 8x10
       ONE ENTRY PER LOT WITH A MAXIMUM
       OF 6 ENTRIES IN BLACK & WHITE
           PHOTOGRAPHY
Lot.   1. Animal--domestic
       2. Animal--wildlife
       3. Bird, fowl
       4. Other animal, not listed
       5. Architectural, building
       6. Children
       7. Adults
       8. Flower(s)
       9. Landscape, winter
       10. Landscape, spring/summer
       11. Landscape, fall
       12. Cloud formations
       13. Sunset or sunrise
       14. Water scene
       15. Vehicles
       16. Sports
       17. Weddings
       18. Fireworks
       19. Special memories
       20. Special effects-photo must have some alteration
       21. Photo collage

CLASS D—PAINTINGS & DRAWINGS(Amateurs-do
          Not collect a fee) Must be framed or matted
         And ready to hang. You may have one exhibit
         In each lot.
Lot. 1. Oil-landscape
     2. Oil-anything but landscape
     3. Pastel
     4. Water color
     5. Portrait
     6. Pen-pencil drawing
     7. Chalk drawing
     8. Acrylic
     9. Calligraphy
     10. Charcoal drawing
     11. Any other painting or drawing not listed

CLASS E—PAINTINGS & DRAWINGS(Professional-
          Collects a fee for his or her services &
          Openly advertises)
You may have one exhibit in each lot.
Lot.  1. Oil-landscape
      2. Oil-anything but landscape
      3. Pastel
       4. Water color
       5. Portrait
       6. Pen-pencil drawing
       7. Chalk drawing
       8. Acrylic
       9. Calligraphy
       10. Charcoal drawing
       11. Any other painting or drawing not listed

CLASS F—HOBBYCRAFT
Lot. 1. Calligraphy
     2. Candles
     3. Corsages--silk
     4. Collections(stamp,insects,rocks,etc)
     5. Dreamcatcher
     6. Greeting cards, assortment of 3
     7. Handwoven baskets
     8. Jewelry
     9. Latchhook
     10. Leather work
     11. Macrame
     12. Metal work
     13. Model cars, airplanes, rockets, etc.
     14. Nature crafts
     15. Painted wooden items
     16. Plastic canvas item
     17. Recycled art
     18. Rosemaling
     19. Silk flower bouquet
     20. Stained glass item
     21. String art
     22. Tole painting
     23. Weavings
     24. Wreath

CLASS G—HOLIDAY ITEMS
Lot. 1. Christmas centerpiece, must be an
        Arrangement of objects and/or with silk
        Or dried flowers
     2. Christmas ornament under 6 inches, 1 ornament only
     3. Christmas novelties items over 6 inches
     4. Tree skirts
     5. Christmas wreaths
     6. Christmas stockings
     7. Christmas needlework
     8. Easter novelty
       9. Thanksgiving items
       10. Halloween novelty
       11. Patriotic item
       12. Any other holiday item other than
           Those listed above


CLASS H—CHILDRENS’ CRAFT
     State age of child on project.
     (12 years and under)
Lot.   1. Drawing, pen or pencil
       2. Drawing with crayon
       3. Drawing with markers
       4. Painting with acrylic or poster paint
       5. Painting with water color
       6. Chalk drawing
       7. Scratch art
       8. Art made from cut or torn paper
       9. Ceramics, freeform or other
       10. Collections(stamp,insects,rocks, etc)
       11. Latchhook
       12. Needlework
       13. Paper mache
       14. Leatherworks
       15. Tin punch
       16. Woodcraft-may not be birdhouses or bird feeder
       17. Model cars, airplanes, etc.
       18. String art
       19. Puppets
       20. Stained glass
       21. Computer graphics cards
       22. Computer graphics posters
       23. Photography-4(3x4 or 4x6) pictures
           Mounted on tag board
       24. Photography-5x7 or 8x10) picture in
           In frame or matted.
       25. Lego creations(own design)or other building toys
       26. Weavings
       27. Beaded art
       28. Birdhouses or bird feeders
       29. Foam art
       30. One creative photo album page
       31. Clay creations
       32. Any other craft not listed
       33. Finger painting
       34. Children’s book-original writing
CLASS I—WOODCRAFT/CARVINGS
Lot.   1. Chip-design in the wood
       2. Relief-object from wood
       3. Carving-animal, bird, human-natural finish
       4. Carving-animal, bird, human-painted finish
       5. Wood burning
       6. Fret woodwork
       7. Lathe woodworking
Construction
       8. Birdhouse-wooden, new wood
       9. Birdhouse-weather-beaten wood
       10. Chair
       11. Clock
       12. Table
       13. Any miniature building-dollhouse,barn,garage,etc.
       14. Miniature wooden toys or furniture 8‖ and under
       15. Wood wall plaques
       16. Wooden frames
       17. Wood items under 2 feet
       18. Wood items over 2 feet
       19. Wooden games or puzzles
       20. Refinished small articles under 2 feet
       21. Refinished furniture over 2 feet

CLASS J—ODDITY CLASS
Lot. 1. Outdoor scarecrows
     2. Bird feeders
     3. Birdhouse(other than wood)
     4. Decorative birdhouse

CLASS K—WRITING/SCRAPBOOKING
Lot. 1. Book –original writing
     2. Poetry-one original poem
     3. Poetry book-original poems
     4. Digital book
     5. Scrapbooking-photo album-9X9 or
        smaller
     6. Scrapbooking-photo album-larger
        than 9X9

				
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