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HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT - Rules and Regulations

SECT. I - FOOD PRESERVATION           SECT. II - BAKED FOODS & CANDIES

SECT. III - NEEDLE ARTS               SECT. IV – CLOTHING

SECT. V - FINE ARTS                   SECT. VI - CHILDREN’S FINE ARTS

SECT. VII - TEENAGE FINE ARTS         SECT. VIII – PHOTOGRAPHY

SECT. IX - ADULT FINE ARTS & CRAFTS   SECT. X - CHILDREN’S & TEENAGE CRAFTS

SECT. XI – WOODWORKING                SECT. XIII - FLOWERS AND HERBS

SECT. XIV - HAND SPINNING             SECT. XV - HAND WEAVING

Special Contests                      VOLUNTEERS NEEDED


2010 Home Artts Onlliine Enttry Systtem
2010 Home Ar s On ne En ry Sys em
                HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT
                             Co-Superintendents
                      Mrs. Carolyn Kulp (410-465-2485)
                    Mrs. Mary E. F. Streaker (410-382-7135)
               Chairman of Special Awards - Mrs. Carolyn Kulp
                Chairman of Admissions - Ms. Chi Chi Brown
         Building Committee - Mr. Donald Warfield, Mr. Gary Stenger,
                Mr. Ronald Clements and Mr. Al Frederickson
                   Chairman of Hospitality - Ms. Mary Bare


                      Departmental Rules and Regulations
Rules that are specific to a particular section will be listed with each
department. The following are rules and regulations that are in effect for the
entire Home Arts Department. Please read carefully the changes in entry days
and times, as well as the time and day for removal of exhibits.
1.   Entries in this Department are open to residents of Howard County and
     adjoining communities. An individual exhibitor may exhibit only one article in
     any one subdivision of a class. No entry will be accepted unless there is a
     specific class for it in this Fair Book. Exhibits must have been completed
     since the previous Fair.
2.   The exhibitor must make all exhibits in this department. Articles previously
     shown at the Howard County Fair are ineligible.
3.   All entries must be made in compliance with the Premium List, and must be
     classified according to the List. Improperly classified articles will not be
     judged.
4.   All exhibits must have an Entry Tag filled out according to the classification
     and language given in the Premium List. Address labels are helpful. Entry
     Tags will be distributed at time of entry. Pre-entry is not required.
5.   Pre-entry on the Internet will be available will be available from
     Thursday, July 1, 2010 until Friday, July 30, 2010. If you do not pre-enter,
     you will still be able to enter using the old system. For those who wish to pre-
     enter, go to: www.howardcountyfair.org and follow the appropriate link.
     Pre-entry will be available until July 30, 2010; after that time, entry will be as
     in the past. When you come to the Fair to enter your items, look for the table
     marked ―Pre-Entry‖, pick up your pre-printed tags, and continue as in the
     past. If you forget to pre-enter an item after the close of pre-entries, you may
     still enter your item the old way. We are offering you a choice--give it a try.
6.   Judges will award only such premiums as they think proper, as the merit of
     the item may warrant. If an entry has been entered in the wrong category in
     the judges' opinion, they reserve the right to move the entry to the correct
     category. No premiums will be awarded to unworthy articles.
7.   Exhibits must be delivered to the Fairgrounds according to the following
     schedule: There will be no exceptions.
            All Sections except for Section II – Baked Foods and Candies and
     Section XII – Junior Flowers Show, and Section XIII – Flowers and Herbs
     will be entered as follows: Wednesday, August 4, 2010 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00
     p.m., Thursday, August 5, 2010 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Friday,
     August 6, 2010 from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
             HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT (Continued)
               Departmental Rules and Regulations (Continued)


            Section XII – Junior Flower Show and Section XIII – Flowers and
      Herbs will be entered on Friday, August 6, 2010 from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
      and Saturday, August 7, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. with the exception
      of some ADULT FLOWERS (see Flower Section).
            Section II – Baked Goods and Candies will be entered only on
      Saturday, August 7, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
            Judging will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday for all sections with the
      exception of the Section II - Baked Goods and Candies, Section XII - The
      Junior Flower Show, and Section XIII - Flower and Herbs, which will be
      judged at 1:00 p.m. THE HOME ARTS BUILDING WILL NOT BE OPEN
      TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 2010. The management of
      the Home Arts Building reserves the right to discard any spoiled food product
      during the course of the Fair. The Exhibitor’s container and any ribbons will
      be kept until the close of the Fair.
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8.    No exhibit will be released before 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 15 .
      Exhibits must be picked up and removed between 10:00 a.m. and
      2:00 p.m. All exhibits not picked up at this time become the property of the
      Howard County Fair Association, Inc.
9.    A Cash Award will be made for First, Second and Third Places in each Class,
      with Blue, Red and White Ribbons, respectively. Fourth, Fifth and Sixth
      Place Awards made where specified. Premium checks will be available at
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      the Fair Office on Sunday, August 15 , from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.,
      unless otherwise notified. All checks not picked up will be mailed
      within 30 days.
10.   Refer to the General Rules and Regulations found in this Catalog. 4-H
      members may enter in this building only if they are not enrolled in a project
      that can be exhibited in the 4-H Building. If they are enrolled in a project
      in 4-H and they miss the entry times for the 4-H Building or their entry does
      not meet the entry criteria for the 4-H Building, they may not enter that
      exhibit in the Open Class Building. Prior to entering in the Open Class
      Building, the 4-H Educator must approve that entry by means of affixing a
      stamp to the back of the entry tag. 4-H members may enter the Junior
      Flower Show.
11.   No dogs will be allowed in the Buildings other than guide dogs!
12.   The Howard County Fair Association, Inc. reserves the right to reject any
      entry that it deems not in keeping with the atmosphere and purpose of the
      Fair.


               The 2010 Building Theme will be the Cornucopia. This
               Cornucopia may only have fruits/vegetables available in
                            Howard County or Maryland.
             HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT (Continued)
               Departmental Rules and Regulations (Continued)

 The following awards apply to the entire Home Arts Department. Special
Awards that are Section specific are listed at the end of the Section to which
                                 they apply.

          ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT***
                          Howard County Times Cup*
     Trophy to the Howard County Resident having the highest number of
      points earned through overall entries in the Home Arts Department
                          Past Superintendent's Award*
 $50.00 cash award to the Howard County resident exhibiting the most total items
                   in the Home Arts Building by Dessie Moxley.
                            Glenwood Lions Club*
  $200 Savings Bond to the Howard County Youth Exhibitor 18 years of age and
   under with the highest number of points earned through overall entries in the
                             Home Arts Department,

     *The previous year’s winner is not eligible to win this Award in 2010.

―We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the businesses and
individuals who have graciously given the Special Awards. It is this Community
effort that will continue interest in exhibiting at the Fair. Thank you! These are the
known Special Awards at this time. Visit the Home Arts Department during Fair
Week for any additional Special Awards.―


                SECTION I - FOOD PRESERVATION
                Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6th

                          Chairman - Mrs. Miriam Reed
 Canned fruits, vegetables, pickles and meats may be exhibited in clear Standard
  Pint, Quart or 8-ounce jars (not Blue or Green jars). Leave rings on jars. All
  canned food must be sealed. Please check latest USDA findings on preserving
  through the MD Cooperative Extension, Howard County (410-313-2707).
 Jellies, jams, marmalades, butters, preservers, and conserves will be accepted
  only in self-sealing jars. These may be entered in 8-once or 12-ounce jelly jars
  only. Pints and 4-ounce jelly jars will not be accepted. All of these as well as
  pickles, will be opened when judged. PARAFFIN IS NOT TO BE USED.
 Dried foods may be entered in pint or 8-ounce jelly jars.
 Vinegars may be entered in pint or decorative bottles. Paraffin may be use to
  seal the cork. Decorative bottles will only be accepted for vinegars.
 Class K – Special Building Theme – This can be any type of canning. The
  purpose is to have a canned item that would represent an Cornucopia. This
  canning will not be opened. It is a visual exhibit only. All proper canning
  techniques must be followed.
 Entries are to have been canned since the last Fair in August 2009.
 Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
 See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.
       SECTION I - FOOD PRESERVATION (Continued)

       A Champion Ribbon Will Be Awarded to the Best in Each Class
          One Adult Best In Show and One Teenage Best In Show
           Will Be Awarded From the Champion Ribbon Winners
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A. CANNED FRUIT                                  4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   1. Apples (Sliced)       5. Cherries (light)       9. Pears
   2. Applesauce            6. Cherries (dark)       10. Miscellaneous
   3. Raspberries           7. Sour Cherries
   4. Other Berries         8. Peaches
B. CANNED VEGETABLES                             4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   11. Beets                15. Mixed Vegetables     19. Tomatoes (broken)
   12. Carrots              16. Sauerkraut           20. Tomatoes (whole)
   13. Corn (whole kernel) 17. String Beans          21. Tomato Juice
   14. Lima Beans           18. Squash               22. Miscellaneous
C. JELLIES                                       4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   23. Apple                27. Black Raspberry      31. Strawberry
   24. Cherry               28. Red Raspberry        32. Miscellaneous
   25. Grape                29. Blackberry
   26. Peach                30. Mint
D. PRESERVES                                     4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   33. Cherry               36. Plum                 39. Miscellaneous
   34. Damson               37. Strawberry
   35. Peach                38. Blackberry
E. JAMS, ETC.                                     4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   40. Blackberry           45. Blueberry            50. Apple Butter
   41. Cherry               46. Apricot              51. Other Butter
   42. Red Raspberry        47. Marmalade            52. Miscellaneous
   43. Peach                48. Black Raspberry
   44. Strawberry           49. Conserve
F. PICKLES                                       4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   53. Bread and Butter                              63. Sweet Pickle Mix
   54. Catsup                                        64. Sweet Pickle Peaches
   55. Chili Sauce                                   65. Watermelon Pickle
   56. Chow-Chow                                     66. Corn Relish
   57. Zucchini Relish                               67. Tomato Relish
   58. Cucumber (dill, cut)                          68. Zucchini Pickle
   59. Cucumber (sweet, whole)                       69. Mild or Medium Salsa
   60. Cucumber (sweet, cut)                         70. Hot Salsa
   61. Pepper Relish                                 71. Miscellaneous
   62. Pickled Beets
G. TEENAGE CANNING (AGE 12-18)                   4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   72. Fruits               75. Jams                 77. Dried Foods
   73. Vegetables           76. Pickles              78. Miscellaneous
   74. Jellies
H. DRIED FOODS                                   4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   79. Apples                                        83. Onions
   80. Peaches                                       84. Peppers
   81. Tomatoes                                      85. Meat - jerky
   82. Squash - Yellow or Green                      86. Miscellaneous
        SECTION I - FOOD PRESERVATION (Continued)

I. SPECIALTY FOODS                                  4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   87. Syrup (must be processed)                       90. Strawberry Vinegar
   88. Chutneys                                        91. Blueberry Vinegar
   89. Soups (must be pressured cooked)                92. Miscellaneous
J. COLLECTIONS                                      10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   (A collection is made up of five (5) jars--Standard Pint, Quart or 8-ounce jar for
   Fruit, Vegetables or Meats; Standard Pint, Quart or 8-ounce jar for Pickles;
   Standard 8-ounce or 12-ounce jelly jar for Jellies; Standard Pint or 8-ounce jelly
   jar for Dried Foods; and Standard Pint or Decorative Jar for Vinegars. Each jar in
   the Collection must have an entry tag on which the contents of each is
   listed.)
   93. Five Different Fruits                    96. Five Different Jellies
   94. Five Different Vegetables                97. Five Different Dried Foods
   95. Five Different Pickles                   98. Five Different Specialty Foods
     K. Special Building Theme                   4.00 3.50        3.00   2.50
        Any canning in the Building Theme - Cornucopia
        99. Special Building Theme

              ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR FOOD PRESERVATION***
        Flick’s Auto Body Shop, Inc. - $25 - Champion Canned Vegetables
               AVS Plumbing & Heating - $25 - Champion Adult Jelly
            MARS Super Market Gift Certificate – Champion Dried Foods
           Robert and Carolyn Kulp - Gift - Champion Canning Collection
                               in Honor of Irene Robison
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                    BALL® ―BRING OUT YOUR BEST‖
                                       presents:
                        2010 Adult Food Preservation Awards
     To promote the art of home canning, and to honor adults who excel at the art of
home canning, Ball® and Kerr® Home Canning is offering First and Second Place
Adult Award categories.
     Judges will select the two best entries submitted by an adult in Fruit,
Vegetable, Pickle and Soft Spread categories canned in Ball® Jars sealed with
Ball® Bands with Dome® Lids or Ball® Collection Elite Decorative Bands with
Dome® Lids, or canned in Kerr® Jars sealed with Kerr® Bands with Self-Sealing®
Lids or Ball® Collection Elite Decorative Bands with Dome® Lids. In addition,
selections of the two best entries submitted by adults in the Soft Spreads category
will be limited to entries prepared using one of the Ball® Fruit Jell® Pectins:
Regular, No Sugar Needed or Liquid.
The entries designated First Place from each category will receive the following:
 Two (2) Five Dollar Coupons ($5.00) for Ball® or Kerr® Home Canning
     Products and one (1) Three Dollar Coupon ($3.00) for Ball 100% Natural®
     Products.
The entries designated Second Place from each category will receive the following:
 Two (2) Five Dollar Coupons ($5.00) for Ball® or Kerr® Home Canning
     Products.
                        2010 Youth Food Preservation Awards
    To promote the art of home canning, and to honor youths who excel at the art
of home canning, BALL® & Kerr® HOME CANNING is offering First Place Youth
Award categories.
    Judges will select the best entry submitted by a youth in Fruit, Vegetable,
Pickle and Soft Spread categories canned in Ball® Jars sealed with Ball® Bands
with Dome® Lids or Ball® Collection Elite Decorative Bands with Dome® Lids, or
canned in Kerr® Jars sealed with Kerr® Bands with Self-Sealing® Lids or Ball®
Collection Elite Decorative Bands with Dome® Lids. In addition, selections of
the best entry submitted by a youth in the Soft Spreads category will be limited to
entries prepared using one of the Ball® Fruit Jell® Pectins: Regular, No Sugar
Needed, or Liquid. The best entry from each category will receive the following:
    Two (2) Five Dollar Coupons ($5.00) for Ball® or Kerr® Home Canning
Products.

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          SECTION II - BAKED FOODS AND CANDIES
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     Entries will be accepted only on Saturday, August 7 from 8:00 a.m.
                   until 11:00 a.m. Entries close at 11:00 a.m.

           Chairman - Ms. Jane Radford and Ms. Kim Serocki
        Assistant Chairmen - Ms. Cheryl Ann Dick, Mrs. Viola Dick,
                 Mr. Harles Streaker and Mr. Jason Hoerr

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           SPECIAL BAKED FOOD AND CANDIES CONTESTS

              Co-Chairman for these two contests are
Ms. Chi Chi Brown (entries), Mr. Harles Streaker and Mr. Jason Hoerr

                             BEST APPLE DESSERTS
The Best Apple Desserts and Best Apple Pies will be entered at the same time.
The Best Apple Desserts will be judged first, followed by the Best Apple Pies.
The announcing of the winners of both contests will follow the completion of
judging. After the judging results have been announced, the Best Apple Pies will
be auctioned. A slice of the Best Apple Pies will not be kept on display. The
Best Apple Desserts will not be kept on display or auctioned. The exhibitor will
remove these following the judging.

The Categories Will Be:

1. The Best Apple Dessert Non-Pie -- These desserts will be entered from 1:00
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   p.m. until 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 7 at the 4-H Activities Hall. The
   judging will take place there. Judging will begin at 2:30 p.m.
   The Rules Are Simple:
   • The dessert must be in an appropriate container for the type of dessert.
   • The dessert must have apples as the main ingredient.
   • No custard-type apple desserts will be accepted.
   • No sour cream is to be used.
   • Attach the recipe.
       SECTION II - BAKED FOODS & CANDIES (Continued)
   •   The desserts must be entered on Saturday according to the above-noted
       schedule. Following the judging of the desserts, the exhibitors will
       remove their entry, as we cannot provide refrigeration.

   Premiums are:
      First Place        $20.00             Fourth Place      $8.00
      Second Place       $15.00             Fifth Place       $6.00
      Third Place        $12.00             Sixth Place       $5.00

2. The Best Apple Pie -- These pies will be entered from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00
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   p.m. on Saturday, August 7 at the Activity Bldg. The judging will take place
   there. Judging will follow the desserts.

   The Rules Are Simple:
   • The pie must be in either an 8" or 9" foil pan (non-foil pans will not be
      accepted).
   • The pie must have apples as the main ingredient.
   • No custard-type apple pies will be accepted.
   • No sour cream is to be used.
   • Attach the recipe.
   • The pies must be entered on Saturday according to the above-noted
      schedule.
   Premiums are:
      First Place       $20.00            Fourth Place        $8.00
      Second Place $15.00                 Fifth Place         $6.00
      Third Place       $12.00            Sixth Place         $5.00

                                 IMPORTANT NOTE
    A quarter section of the pie will be kept for display purposes. The remainder of
the pie will be auctioned with the proceeds given to "Grassroots", a local charity.
No other food entry will be sold.

   $200 in Premiums for the Table Setting Contest and the Best Apple Pie
                       and Best Apple Dessert Contests
               Provided by HAIGHT FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL
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                     *****CHALLENGE COOKIE CONTEST*****
THE RULES ARE SIMPLE:
• The recipe is supplied.
• The recipe must be prepared as written.
• There can be no changes or additions to the recipe.
• Bring four (4) cookies.
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• Entries close at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 7 .
• This contest is open to all ages.
• Pre-registering is requested but not required.
• The premiums for this contest are:
      First Place          $20.00               Third Place         $10.00
      Second Place $15.00                       Fourth Place        $ 5.00

       SECTION II - BAKED FOODS & CANDIES (Continued)
                         CHALLENGE COOKIE CONTEST

HERE IS THE RECIPE:

                       Chocolate Overboard Cookie Recipe
                       from kicked-up-cookie-recipes.com


          Chocolate Overboard cookie recipe is great title for this one. Start with a
chocolate cookie base and add white chocolate and dark chocolate chunks. This
recipe is for those who can’t get enough chocolate!

Ingredients
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour               1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda                   1/4 teaspoon salt
1 cup (packed) dark brown sugar            3/4 cup granulated sugar
2 sticks (1 cup) salted butter, softened   3 large eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
5 ounces semi-sweet chocolate bar, coarsely chopped (about 1 cup)
5 ounces white chocolate bar, coarsely chopped (about 1 cup)

Hardware
Whisk Large bowl            Medium bowl        Cookie sheet       Mixer
Step 1: Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.
Step 2: In medium bowl, whisk together flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, and
salt; set aside.
Step 3: In large bowl, blend sugars, beat in butter to form a grainy paste.
Step 4: Add eggs and vanilla extract, and beat at medium speed until smooth.
Step 5: Add flour mixture and chocolates, and blend well at low speed until just
combined.
Step 6: Drop by rounded tablespoons onto ungreased cookie sheet, 2 inches
apart.
Step 7: Bake for 18-22 minutes. Transfer cookies immediately to cool surface.
Makes 36 cookies.

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    SECTION II - BAKED FOODS & CANDIES (Continued)
•   Baked Foods & Candies entries will be transferred to Fair containers.
•   No cheesecakes or meringue pies will be accepted .
•   Sour cream will not be accepted unless it is a baked ingredient .
•   Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
•   See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.
•   NEW THIS YEAR - The exhibitor will remove his or her entire entry on Sunday,
    August 15, 2010. If you do not pick up your entry on August 15, 2010 it will be
    discarded. The ribbons will not be kept.


      SECTION II - BAKED FOODS & CANDIES (Continued)
      A Champion Ribbon Will Be Awarded to the Best in Each Class
    One Adult Best in Show Ribbon Will Be Awarded From the Champion
                             Ribbon Winners
    One Best in Show Ribbon Will Be Awarded to the Best of Show Youth
           From Each Youth Division Champion Ribbon Winners
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A. CAKES (1/2 Cake not to exceed 10" in diameter) 5.00               4.00     3.50     3.00
   1. Angel Food (not iced)           12. Chocolate Layer (frosted)
   2. Applesauce (not iced)           13. Yellow Layer (frosted)
   3. Chiffon (not iced)              14. White or Yellow Layer (Coconut
   4. Gingerbread (not iced)              Frosted)
   5. Plain Pound (not iced)          15. Vegetable Cake (Tomato, Carrot,
   6. Sponge (not iced)                   Etc.)
   7. Devil’s Food (frosted)          16. Special Diet Needs (low fat, no sugar)
   8. Red Velvet (frosted)            17. Cake Mix (as base with added ingred-
   9. Spiced Layer (frosted)              ients, indicate ingredients on entry tag)
   10. Marble (frosted)               18. Miscellaneous Cake
   11. German Sweet Chocolate (frosted)
   Premium:                                             8.00     6.00 5.00 4.00
   Decorated Whole Cake not to exceed 12" x 14"
   19. Regular round, square or oblong pans
   20. Cake Molds or Shaped Pans
   21. Special Cornucopia Theme Cake
B. YEAST BREADS (1/2 Loaf, Round or Oblong)             3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00
   22. ½ White Loaf                       Bread made with Bread Machine:
   23. ½ Wheat Loaf                       27. ½ White Loaf
   24. ½ Rye Bread Loaf                   28. ½ Brown Loaf
   25. ½ Challah Bread Loaf               29. ½ Other Loaf (specify)
   26. ½ Herb Bread Loaf
   Premium:                                             3.00 2.50 2.00            1.50
   30. Plain Rolls (4)                    33. ½ Swedish Tea Ring
   31. Fancy Rolls (4)                    34. Miscellaneous Yeast Bread
   32. Sweet Buns (4)
C. QUICK BREADS AND PASTRY                              3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50
   35. ½ Fruit and Nut Bread Loaf         39. Biscuits (4)
   36. ½ Vegetable Bread Loaf             40 Coffee Cake (1/2 only)
   37. ½ Zucchini Loaf                    41. Miscellaneous Quick Breads
   38. Muffins (4)                            and Pastry
D. COOKIES (4 of a kind, no unbaked cookies)            3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50
   42. Brownies (without nuts)            51. Filled Cookies
   43. Brownies (with nuts)               52. Refrigerator Cookies
   44. Drop Cookies                       53. Hand Shaped Cookies (shape
   45. Bar Cookies                            dough in ball before baking)
   46. Ginger Cookies                     54. Peanut Butter Cookies
   47. Chocolate Bit or Toll House        55. Oatmeal Cookies
   48. Chocolate Chip with Nuts           56. Pressed Cookies
   49. Chocolate Chip w/other ingred.     57. Miscellaneous Cookies
   50. Rolled Sugar Cookies

   SECTION II - BAKED FOODS & CANDIES (Continued)
E. PIES (in 8" or 9" foil pans)                          4.00    3.50    3.00        2.50
   58. Fruit Mincemeat                    61. Peach
   59. Blueberry                          62. Pumpkin
   60. Cherry                             63. Miscellaneous Pie
F. CANDIES (4 of a kind)                         3.00 2.50      2.00 1.50
   64. Chocolate Fudge (Plain)            70. Mints
   65. Fudge (Nuts)                       71. Caramels
   66. Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge      72. Hand Dipped Chocolate
   67. Fudge - Miscellaneous              73. Cornucopia Molded Candies
                                          (Hand shaped or purchased mold)
   68. Nut Brittle                        74. Miscellaneous Candies
   69. Fondant
   Premium:                                     5.00 4.00 3.50        3.00
   75. Pound Box Assorted Candies - (Judged for Attractiveness and Flavor)
       Samples must be provided for the judges to taste.
G. CHILDREN’S BAKING                            3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50
   5-11 years of Age
   Cookies (4 cookies)
   76. Chocolate Bit or Toll House      84. ½ Yeast Bread or Rolls (4)
   77. Hand Shaped                      85. ½ Quick Bread, Muffins (4) or
   78. Rolled and Cut                       Biscuits (4)
   79. Gingerbread Man                  Candy (4 pieces of candy)
   80. Brownies                         86. Fudge
   81. Drop Cookies                     87. Uncooked (ex. Cereal)
   82. Miscellaneous Cookies            88. Microwaved Candy
   83. Cake (1/2 cake - layer or whole  89. Miscellaneous Candy
       8" x 8" - frosted)               90. Special Cornucopia Building
                                            Theme
H. TEENAGE BAKING                               3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50
   12-18 years of age
   Cookies (4 cookies)                  100. Miscellaneous Candy
   91. Chocolate Bit or Toll House      101. Cake (1/2 cake - layer or whole
   92. Hand Shaped                              8" x 8" - frosted)
   93. Gingerbread Man                  102. Cupcakes (4)
   94. Pressed                          103. ½ Quick Bread, Muffins (4)
   95. Brownies                                 or Biscuits (4)
   96. Drop Cookies                     104. ½ Yeast Bread Loaf/Yeast
   97. Miscellaneous Cookies                    Rolls (4)
   Candy (4 pieces of candy)            105. Miscellaneous Pie
   98. Fudge                            106. Special Cornucopia Building
   99. Microwaved Candy                         Theme
   Premium:                                     4.00 3.50 3.00        2.00
   107. Decorated Cake (whole cake to be entered)

      ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR BAKED FOODS AND CANDIES***
        William E. Barnes Excavating – Pie Plate - Champion Adult Pie
        MARS Super Market – Gift Certificate - Champion Yeast Bread
         Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Devil’s Food Cake
         Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Challah Bread Loaf
      The R. L. Hedeman Family - $25 – Best in Show – Teenage Baking
       SECTION II - BAKED FOODS & CANDIES Continued)
    Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Misc. Quick Bread and Pastry
      Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Miscellaneous Cookies - Adult
                 Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Fondant
      Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Pound Box Assorted Candies
       Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Fudge – Children’s Baking
    Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Pressed Cookies - Teenage Baking
              Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate - Best Drop Cookies -
                                  Children’s Baking
         Kake Kraft Korner - Gift Certificate – Best Miscellaneous Cookie -
                                   Teenage Baking
         Viola and Cheryl Dick - Gift - Best Children’s Chocolate Bit Cookie
         Viola and Cheryl Dick - Gift - Best Teenage Chocolate Bit Cookie
     Dottie Titherington - $25 - Adult with Most Points in Baked Foods & Candy


                      SECTION III - NEEDLE ARTS
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                 Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

                       Chairman – Ms. Shalanei Streaker
                      Co-Chairman - Mrs. Marge Needham
    The exhibits in this section are judged primarily for handwork and must be
     clean.
    Needlework pictures must be framed and ready to hang with PICTURE WIRE
     on back for hanging following judging.
    Needlework entries are to have been completed since the previous Fair.
    Embellished Cross Stitch must be entered as Miscellaneous Cross Stitch.
    Afghans should measure 45‖-60‖ wide and not more that 80‖ long including
     fringe. Afghans will be hung following judging.
    Tatting may be done with a hand-held shuttle or a tatting needle. Please
     indicate the method used on the entry tag.
    Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
    See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2009 Building Theme.

                             
            A Champion Ribbon Will Be Awarded To The Following:
     Best in Rugs                     Best in Crocheting 5-14
     Best in Crocheting 15-22         Best in Crocheting 23-30
     Best in Knitting 31-46           Best in Embroidered Floss& Crewel
     Best in Needlepoint              Best in Counted Thread
     Best in Counted Cross Stitch Pictures and Cross Stitch Other
     Best in Household Item, Handmade Dolls, Stuffed Toy & Doll Clothes,
        Plastic Needlework & Holiday Decorations
     Best Children’s Needle Art – Classes 103-109 and Classes 110-116
     Best Senior Needle Art – Classes 117-123 and Classes 124-130




             SECTION III - NEEDLE ARTS (Continued)
                  Best in Show Ribbons will be awarded
              from the Champion Ribbon Winners as follows:
                 One Adult Best In Show from Classes A-G
                 One Adult Best in Show from Classes H-M
                 One Adult Best in Show from Classes N-R
            One Youth Best in Show from Children’s Needle Arts
            One Teenage Best in Show from Senior Needle Arts

A. RUGS                                          10.00 8.00 7.00     6.50
   1. Latch Hook Rug
   2. Braided Rug
   3. Traditional Hooked Rug
   4. Miscellaneous Rug
B. CROCHETED - BABY ITEMS                         4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   5. Two or Three piece Baby Set
   6. Baby or Child’s Sweater (up to 6 years)
   7. Baby or Child’s Dress (up to 6 years)
   8. Baby Afghan
   9. Miscellaneous Crocheted Baby Items
C. CROCHETED GARMENTS
   10. Child’s Sweater (6-12 years)               4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   11. Adult Sweater with Sleeves                 5.00 4.50 4.00     3.50
   12. Scarf and Hat Set                          4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   13. Miscellaneous Other Garments               4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
D. CROCHETED AFGHANS                             10.00 8.00 7.00     6.50
   14. Granny Squares       15. Ripple           16. Afghan Stitch
   17. Shell                18. Squares          19. Stripes
   20. Lap Robes            21. Miscellaneous Afghan
   22. Crocheted Bedspread or Tablecloth         10.00 8.00 7.00     6.50
   23. Crocheted Doily or Centerpiece             4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   24. Crocheted Hat                              4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   25. Crocheted Pillow                           4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   26. Crocheted Miscellaneous                    4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   27. Tatting                                    4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   28. Miscellaneous Lace                         4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
E. KNITTED BABY ITEMS                             4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   29. Two- or Three-Piece Baby Set
   30. Baby Afghan
   31. Baby Dress
   32. Baby Sweater
   33. Miscellaneous Knitted Baby Item
F. KNITTED GARMENTS - HAND KNITTED
   34. Coat, Suit or Dress                        6.00 5.50 5.00     4.50
   35. Sweater with Sleeves (Cardigan)            5.00 4.50 4.00     3.50
   36. Shawl, Poncho or Cape                      5.00 4.50 4.00     3.50
   37. Sweater with Sleeves (Pullover)            4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   38. Child’s Sweater (6-12)                     4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   39. Shell or Vest                              4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
   40. Hat                                        4.00 3.50 3.00     2.50
           SECTION III - NEEDLE ARTS (Continued)
     41. Gloves/Mittens or Hats/Scarf Sets (2 items)    4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
     42. Knitted Afghan, Hand                           8.00 7.50   7.00   6.50
     43. Miscellaneous Knitted Garment, Hand            6.00 5.50   5.00   4.50
     44. Miscellaneous Knitted Other, Hand              6.00 5.50   5.00   4.50
G.   KNITTED - MACHINE
     45. Miscellaneous Knitted - Machine                4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
     46. Cornucopia Building
          Theme for Rugs, Crochet or Knitting           4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
H.   EMBROIDERED - FLOSS
     47. Tablecloth                                     8.00 7.00   6.00   5.00
     48. Napkins (4)                                    5.00 4.50   4.00   3.50
     49. Pillowcase (1)                                 5.00 4.50   4.00   3.50
     50. Ribbon Embroidery                              4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
     51. Embroidered Pillow                             4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
     52. Miscellaneous Embroidered – Floss              4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
     53. Cornucopia Theme                               4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
         in any form of Needle Art
I.   CREWEL PICTURE
     54. Framed Item (not over 9" x 11")                5.00 4.50   4.00   3.50
     55. Non-Framed Crewel, Pillows, etc.               4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
J.   NEEDLEPOINT
     56. Pillow                                         4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
     57. Picture                                        5.00 4.50   4.00   3.50
     58. Miscellaneous Needlepoint                      4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
K.   COUNTED THREAD                                    10.00 8.00   7.00   6.50
     59. Blackwork
     60. Hardanger
     61. Counted Thread
     62. Miniatures (32 ct. and above)
     63. Miscellaneous Counted Thread
L.   COUNTED CROSS STITCH
         PICTURES (FRAMED)                             10.00 8.00   7.00   6.50
     64. Scenic Small (5x7 & under-measure only picture fabric)
     65. Scenic Medium (over 5 x 7, up to 12 x 15)
     66. Scenic Large (over 12 x 15)
     67. Verses, Small (5x7 & under-measure only picture fabric)
     68. Verses, Medium (over 5x7, up to 12x15)
     69. Verses, Large (over 12 x 15)
     70. Samplers, Medium (over 5x7, up to 12x15)
     71. Samplers, Large (over 12 x 15)
     72. Announcements-no size distinction
     73. Christmas – Small
     74. Christmas – Medium
     75. Christmas – Large
     76. Animal, Bird, Flower – Small
     77. Animal, Bird, Flower – Medium
     78. Animal, Bird, Flower – Large
     79. People – Small
     80. People – Medium
     81. People – Large
             SECTION III - NEEDLE ARTS (Continued)
   82. Miscellaneous – Small
   83. Miscellaneous – Medium
   84. Miscellaneous – Large
M. COUNTED CROSS STITCH - OTHER                   4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
   85. Household Items               88. Christmas
   86. Pillow                        89. Miscellaneous Counted Cross Stitch
   87. Bell Pull
N. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS - Must have been made with floss, fabric or yarn.
   NO WOOD
   90. Small appliance Covers, Car Seat               4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
       Covers, Household Organizers (such as Laundry bags,
       diaper stackers, Pajama bags or shoe holders
   91. Miscellaneous – Household items
   92. Macramé
   93. Appliqué (except quilts)
   94. Handbags – Hand or machine made
   95. Latch Hook                                         5.00 4.50   4.00   3.50
O. HANDMADE DOLL - (only one doll accepted)
   96. Fabric Face, Hands and Feet                        4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
   97. Molded Face, Hands and Feet                        4.00 3.50   3.00   2.50
      (may be purchased parts, but must be assembled by exhibitor)
P. STUFFED TOYS - (only one toy accepted) & Doll Clothes
   98. Crocheted                                     4.00 3.50 3.00          2.50
   99. Knitted                                       4.00 3.50 3.00          2.50
   100. Sewed — made by hand                         4.00 3.50 3.00          2.50
Q. NEEDLEWORK ON PLASTIC                             4.00 3.50 3.00          2.50
   101. Tissue Box Covers
   102. Holiday
   103. Miscellaneous Needlework on Plastic
R. HOLIDAY DECORATIONS                               4.00 3.50 3.00          2.50
   104. Handwork or Sewed Christmas Decoration
   105. Handwork or Sewed Holiday Decoration (other than Christmas)
S. JUNIOR NEEDLE ARTS –
    9 Years of Age and Under                         4.00 3.50 3.00          2.50
   106. Knitted Item
   107. Crocheted Item
   108. Sewn Item
   109. Embroidered Item
   110. Counted Cross Stitch Item
   111. Macramé
   112. Latch Hook Article
   113. Stuffed Toys - Hand Made or Machine Made
   114. Handmade or Sewn Christmas or Holiday Decoration
   115. Handmade Dolls - Molded Face, Fabric Face, Hands & Feet
   116. Pillow
   117. Plastic Canvas Work
   118. Other Handmade Item of Fabric, Plastic, Canvas, Yarn or Floss
         Not Listed Above
   119. Any Item Embroidered with Cornucopia Theme

           SECTION III - NEEDLE ARTS (Continued)
T. TEENAGE NEEDLE ARTS –
    10 to 18 Years of Age                           4.00 3.50 3.00          2.50
   120. Knitted Item
   121. Crocheted Item
   122. Sewn Item
   123. Embroidered Item
   124. Counted Cross Stitch Item
   125. Macramé
   126. Latch Hook Article
   127. Stuffed Toys - Hand & Machine Made
   128. Handmade or Sewn Christmas or Holiday Decoration
   129. Handmade Dolls - Molded Face, Fabric Face, Hands & Feet
   130. Pillow
   131. Plastic Canvas Work
   132. Other Handmade Item of Fabric, Plastic, Canvas, Yarn or Floss
     Not Listed Above
   133. Any Item Embroidered with Cornucopia Theme

              ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR NEEDLE ARTS***
             J. David Mullinix & Sons, Inc. - $25 – Best Crocheted
                        Tablecloth /Crocheted Bedspread
              Stitching Post - $15 Gift Certificate - Best Hardanger
       Mary Jane Sullivan - $25 - Best Adult Counted Cross Stitch Picture


            SECTION III (A) - NEEDLE ARTS - QUILTS
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                Entries close at 8:00 p. m. on Friday, August 6

                       Chairman – Mrs. Mary Alexander

    All quilts should be free of construction markings for handwork and must be
     clean. Quilts for A, B, C and D must be either King, Queen or Twin in size.
    A quilt that is pieced by one exhibitor and quilted by a different individual
     must be entered under Group Quilt. The Champion Ribbon from this section
     will be in competition in either Hand Quilted or Machine Quilted for Best in
     Show depending on the method used to quilt the piece.
    All entries are to have been completed since the 2009 Fair.
      Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
    See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2009 Building Theme.
                               
              A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to the Following:
          Best of Quilts – Hand Quilted Classes 1-6 and Classes 7 –11
      Best of Quilts – Machine Quilted Classes 12-16 and Classes 17-21
                              Best of Quilting by Group
                     Best of Children’s Quilting 24-26 and 27-28
                      Best of Teenage Quilting 29-31 and 32-33
                     A Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded as
                        follows from the Champion Ribbons:
                     One Best in Show to Quilts – Hand Quilted
    SECTION III (A) - NEEDLE ARTS - QUILTS (Continued)
                 One Best in Show to Quilts – Machine Quilted
                  One Best in Show to Children’s Quilting
                   One Best in Show to Teenage Quilting

A. QUILTS - Hand Quilted
   1. Appliqué                                    10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
   2. Pieced                                      10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
   3. Embroidered                                 10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
   4. Tied Quilt                                  10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
   5. Coverlet/Lap Quilt                           5.00   4.50   4.00   3.50
   6. Child’s Quilt (45 x 60)                      5.00   4.50   4.00   3.50
   7. Quilted Clothing - Hand                      5.00   4.50   4.00   3.50
   8. Quilted or Patchwork Pillow – Hand           4.00   3.50   3.00   2.50
   9. Quilted Wall Hanging - Hand                  4.00   3.50   3.00   2.50
  10. Wall Display Quilt - with Cornucopia Theme
      (must have hanging sleeve)                   4.00   3.50   3.00   2.50
  11. Miscellaneous Hand Quilting                  4.00   3.50   3.00   2.50
      (Not categorized above)
B. QUILTS - Machine Quilted
  12. Machine Appliqué Quilt                      10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
  13. Pieced                                      10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
  14. Machine Embroidered Quilt                   10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
  15. Coverlet/Lap Quilt                           5.00   4.50   4.00   3.50
  16. Child’s Quilt (45 x 60)                      5.00   4.50   4.00   3.50
  17. Clothing                                     5.00   4.50   4.00   3.50
  18. Quilted or Patchwork Pillow                  4.00   3.50   3.00   2.50
  19. Wall Hanging (must have hanging sleeve)      4.00   3.50   3.00   2.50
  20. Wall Display Quilt with Cornucopia Theme
      (must have hanging sleeve)                   4.00   3.50   3.00   2.50
  21. Machine Quilted - Miscellaneous             10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
C. QUILTING – by Group - Hand or Machine
  22. Group Quilt - Hand or Machine               10.00   8.00   7.00   6.50
        st
D. My 1 Quilt (Judged on Piecing Only)
  23. Hand or Machine Quilted quilt                8.00   7.00   6.00   5.00
E. CHILDREN’S QUILTING –
    11 Years of Age and Under                      4.00   3.50   3.00   2.50
  24. Quilt – Hand Made
  25. Quilt – Machine Made
  26. Wall Display Quilt – machine or hand quilted –
      Cornucopia Theme (must have hanging sleeve)
  27. Quilted Clothing – Hand or Machine
  28. Miscellaneous Quilting – Hand or Machine
F. TEENAGE QUILTING –
    12 to 18 Years of Age                         4.00    3.50   3.00   2.50
  29. Quilt – Hand Made
  30. Quilt – Machine Made
  31. Wall Display Quilt – Machine or Hand quilted –
      Cornucopia Theme (must have hanging sleeve)
  32. Quilted clothing - Hand or machine
  SECTION III (A) - NEEDLE ARTS - QUILTS (Continued)
  33. Miscellaneous Quilting - Hand or Machine
         ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR NEEDLE ARTS - QUILTS***
                Kim Sullivan - $25 – Best Appliquéd Quilt
              Elmira Seibert - $25 – Best Hand Pieced Quilt
Seminole Sampler - $25 Gift Certificate - Best in Show Quilt in Memory of Edna
                           Pennington Hampton



                         SECTION IV – CLOTHING
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                Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

                         Chairman - Mrs. Leonora Hoenes
                         Co-Chairman - Mrs. Elaine Reedy
   Garments must be clean.
   Fragile garments may be exhibited individually in clear plastic.
   Bring oatmeal box or other type of stand for your hat entry.
   Smocked dresses will be entered under smocked dresses only.
   Age as of January 1, 2010, will be used for age determination.
   See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.

                          
       A Champion Ribbon Will Be Awarded To The Best In Each Class
    A Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded as follows from the Champion
                                  Ribbons:
               One Adult Best In Show Ribbon Will Be Awarded
                            in the Adult Classes
           One Youth Best In Show Ribbon From the Youth Entries
                          ***************************************
ADULT CLOTHING – Sewn by Adults
A. COATS, BLAZERS, JACKETS AND VESTS
   1. Coat or Cape (Wool) – Lined                         8.00      6.00    5.00   4.00
   2. Ladies’ Jacket – Lined                              5.00      4.50    4.00   3.50
   3. Ladies’ Jacket – Unlined                            5.00      4.50    4.00   3.50
   4. Ladies’ Vest – Lined                                4.00      3.50    3.00   2.50
B. MEN’S’ CLOTHING
   5. Man’s Vest                                          5.00      4.50    4.00   3.50
   6. Man’s Shirt                                         5.50      5.00    4.50   4.00
C. LADIES’ SUITS, OUTFITS, DRESSES AND BLOUSES
   7. Ladies’ 2-piece Wool Suit (skirt or lined slacks) 7.00        6.50    6.00   5.50
   8. Ladies’ 2-piece Suit (other than skirt or slacks)   5.00      4.50    4.00   3.50
   9. Matching Outfit (Skirt or Slacks and Vest or Tunic) 5.00      4.50    4.00   3.50
   10. Jacket Dress                                       5.00      4.50    4.00   3.50
   11. Two-Piece Dress                                    5.00      4.50    4.00   3.50
   12. Blouse (Set-in Sleeves) Dressy                     4.50      4.00    3.50   3.00
   13. Blouse (Set-in Sleeves) Casual                     4.50      4.00    3.50   3.00
   14. Blouse (Sleeveless, Other)                         4.00      3.50    3.00   2.50
              SECTION IV – CLOTHING (Continued)
    15. Ladies’ Slacks                                      4.00    3.50    3.00   2.50
D. BRIDAL GOWNS, FORMALS and ACCESSORIES
   16. Bridal Gown                                     7.00 6.50 6.00    5.50
   17. Formal – Long                                   6.00 5.50 5.00    4.50
   18. Formal - Short                                  6.00 5.50 5.00    4.50
   19. Bridal Hat or Veil                              4.00 3.50 3.00    2.50
E. SPORTING WEAR, OUTERWEAR and LOUNGE WEAR
   20. Sport Outfit (tennis, skating, swim wear)       4.00 3.50 3.00    2.50
   21. Casual Outerwear (rain or ski wear)             4.00 3.50 3.00    2.50
   22. Lounge Wear (P.J.’s, robe, gown or matching set) 4.00 3.50 3.00   2.50
F. EMBELLISHED CLOTHING
   23. Embellished Vest                                4.00 3.50 3.00    2.50
   24. Embellished Other Items of Clothing             4.00 3.50 3.00    2.50
G. MISCELLANEOUS SEWING
   25. Apron                                           3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   26. Hat (sewed hat or bonnet)                       3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   27. Purse or Bag (sewed)                            3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   28. Garment with Cornucopia Theme                   3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
H. CHILDREN’S CLOTHING (Infant to 16 Years) - MADE BY ADULTS
   29. Coat (lined)                                    5.00 4.50 4.00    3.50
   30. Girl’s Jacket                                   3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   31. Boy’s Jacket                                    3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   32. Vest                                            3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
I. GIRL’S DRESSES
   33. Girl’s Dress (infant to 5 years) Plain          3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   34. Girl’s Dress (infant to 5 years) Fancy          3.50 3.00 2.50    2.00
   35. Girl’s Dress (6 to 12 years) Plain              3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   36. Girl’s Dress (6 to 12 years) Fancy              3.50 3.00 2.50    2.00
   37. Girl’s Dress (12 to 16 years) Plain             3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   38. Girl’s Dress (12 to 16 years) Fancy             3.50 3.00 2.50    2.00
   39. Smocked Dress (Plain or Fancy)                  3.50 3.00 2.50    2.00
   40. Blouse                                          3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
J. GIRL’S - OTHER CLOTHING
   41. Skirt and Jacket                                3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   42. Skirt and Vest                                  3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   43. Jumper                                          3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   44. Girl’s Slacks                                   3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   45. Girl’s Wool Skirt                               3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   46. Sleep wear (robe, gown, P.J.’s or matching set) 3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   47. Skirt (Other than Wool)                         3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
K. BOY’S CLOTHING
   48. Boy’s 2-Piece Suit                              3.50 3.00 2.50    2.00
   49. Boy’s Shirt                                     3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   50. Boy’s Trousers                                  3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
L. OTHER CHILDREN’S CLOTHING ITEMS
   51. Christening Outfit                              6.00 5.00 4.00    3.00
   52. Play Outfit (boy’s or girl’s)                   3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
   53. Child’s Dress and Pinafore                      4.00 3.50 3.00    2.50
   54. Play Outfit (boy’s or girl’s)                   3.00 2.50 2.00    1.50
             SECTION IV – CLOTHING (Continued)
   55. Child’s Apron                               3.00   2.50    2.00 1.50
M. YOUTH SEWING - 5 to 16 Years of Age
   56. Skirt                                        4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
   57. Blouse or Top                                4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
   58. Pants                                        4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
   59. Girl’s Dress – Plain                         4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
   60. Girl’s Dress - Fancy                         4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
   61. Sleepwear                                    4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
   62. Miscellaneous Sewn Item                      4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
   63. Garment with Cornucopia Theme                4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
N. DOLLS AND COSTUMES - OPEN TO ALL AGE GROUPS
   64. Machine Sewn Doll Clothes - 3 outfits        4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
   65. Adult Costume                                7.00 6.50           6.00   5.50
   66. Children’s Costume – Girls                   7.00 6.50           6.00   5.50
   67. Children’s Costume – Boys                    7.00 6.50           6.00   5.50
O. MACHINE EMBROIDERY - OPEN TO ALL AGE GROUPS
   68. Any item of Clothing with Machine            4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
       Embroidery (will be judged on the embroidery—
       not the construction of Garment)
   69. Any non-clothing item with machine           4.00 3.50           3.00   2.50
       Embroidery




                         SECTION V - FINE ARTS
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                 Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

                        Chairman - Mrs. Pauline Hood
                     Co-Chairman - Mrs. Lorraine Ridgely
   All artwork must be the original work of the exhibitor.
   All oils and acrylics should be dry and framed with PICTURE WIRE on back
    for hanging.
   All pastels, watercolors, drawings, mixed media and prints should be matted,
    framed (using glass or Plexiglas), and equipped with PICTURE WIRE on back
    for hanging.
   Abstracts, impressionistic, and mini work shall be entered only in their specific
    class.
   Each exhibitor is limited to one entry in each class.
   No Number Painting or Commercial Kits, please.
   Exhibit should be no more than 42 inches total in any dimension. This
    measurement includes the framing.
   See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.

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               SECTION V - FINE ARTS (Continued)
           A Champion Ribbon Will Be Awarded to the Best In Each
                          in the following classes:
Best of Classes 1-8                             Best of Classes 21-26
Best of Classes 9-14                            Best of Classes 27-37
Best of Classes 15-20                           Best of Class 38

   One Best In Show Ribbon Will Be Awarded To The Best of Show
                From The Champion Ribbon Winners

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A. ADULT ART - ORIGINAL PAINTINGS                     10.00 8.00 7.00 6.50
   AND DRAWINGS
   1. Oil - Landscape
   2. Oil - Marine Life
   3. Oil - Portrait
   4. Oil - Still Life
   5. Oil - Nature (animals, birds, fish, etc.)
   6. Oil - Street Scenes
   7. Oil - Figure Painting
   8. Oil - Flowers
   9. Watercolor - Landscape
   10. Watercolor - Marine Life
   11. Watercolor - Portrait or Figure
   12. Watercolor - Still Life
   13. Watercolor - Nature (animals, birds, fish, etc.)
   14. Watercolor- Flowers
   15. Pastel - Landscape
   16. Pastel - Marine Life
   17. Pastel - Portrait or Figure
   18. Pastel - Still Life
   19. Pastel - Nature (animals, birds, fish, etc.)
   20. Pastel - Flowers
   21. Acrylic - Landscape
   22. Acrylic - Marine Life
   23. Acrylic - Portrait or Figure
   24. Acrylic - Still Life
   25 Acrylic - Nature (animals, birds, fish, etc.)
   26. Acrylic – Flowers
B. MISCELLANEOUS ADULT ART                            10.00 8.00 7.00 6.50
   27. Mini Mixed Media – Painting 5‖x 7‖ and under not including frame any medium
   28 Abstract and Impressionistic (any medium)
   29. Copy Work (any medium)
   30. Historic Howard County (any medium)
   31. Pen and Ink or Brush Drawing
   32. Pencil Drawing
   33. Colored Pencil
   34. Charcoal Drawing
   35. Miscellaneous Forms (select one) - Scratch Board, Linoleum Block,
       Silk Screen, Collage, etc.
   36. Mixed Media (any two or more mediums)
            SECTION V - FINE ARTS (Continued)
   37. Cornucopia Theme
      38. Computer Generated Art

                ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR FINE ARTS***
    Streaker Paving and Blacktop, Inc. - $25 - Champion Animal Painting
            Mary E. F. Streaker - $25 - Best Portrait Any Medium



             SECTION VI - CHILDREN’S FINE ARTS
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               Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6
       Co-Chairmen – Mr. Roland Swanson and Mrs. Pat Swanson

   All articles must be the original work of the child exhibiting and must have
    been completed since the last Fair.
   All drawings and paintings must be framed OR mounted on a rigid
    backing board example – foam board (NO POSTER BOARD), and
    equipped with permanently attached picture wire ready for hanging.
    Scotch tape, Velcro, duct tape, monofilament wire, staples or hot glue will not
    be acceptable for use in framing. Entries that do not adhere to this
    requirement will not be accepted. No materials will be provided.
   Each exhibitor is limited to one entry in each class.
   Exhibits should not exceed 30 inches in any dimension. This measurement
    includes the mat and frame.
   Age as of January 1, 2010, will be used for age determination.
   See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.
   Ribbon placings are as follows: Blue – First Place $4.25, Red – Second
    Place $3.25, White – Third Place $2.25 and Yellow – Fourth Place $1.25

A. CHILDREN’S WORK (5 to 7 Years of Age)            4.25 3.25 2.25 1.25
   1. Pencil                    6. Pastel
   2. Colored Pencil             7. Miscellaneous Forms-Scratch Board,
   3. Crayon                         Linoleum Block, Collage, etc,
   4. Colored Markers            8. Mixed Media.
   5. Watercolor or Tempera      9. Cornucopia Theme (Any Medium)

                A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to one
            Blue Ribbon Winner In each of the following Groups:
           Best of Classes 1 and 2          Best of Classes 3 and 4
           Best of Classes 5 and 6          Best of Classes 7 and 8
                   A Best In Show Ribbon will be awarded
                  to one of the Champion Ribbon Winners




    SECTION VI - CHILDREN’S FINE ARTS (Continued)
B. CHILDREN’S WORK (8 to 11 Years of Age)                 4.25   3.25    2.25   1.25
    10. Charcoal                            18. Acrylic
    11. Pencil                              19. Oil
    12. Pen and Ink                         20.Miscellaneous Forms (select one)
    13. Colored Pencil                          Scratch Board, Linoleum Block,
    14. Crayon                                  Silk Screen, Collage, etc.
    15. Colored Markers                     21. Mixed Media
    16. Watercolor or Tempera               22. Cornucopia Theme (Any Medium)
    17. Pastel

                 A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to one
            Blue Ribbon Winner In each of the following Groups:
           Best of Classes 10, 11 and 12        Best of Classes 13, 14 and 15
           Best of Classes 16, 17, 18 and 19    Best of Classes 20 and 21
                    A Best In Show Ribbon will be awarded
                   to one of the Champion Ribbon Winners

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                SECTION VII - TEENAGE FINE ARTS
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                 Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6
          Co-Chairmen – Ms. Alice Bender and Mr. Barry Delaney

   All articles must be the original work of the Teen exhibiting and must have
    been completed since the last Fair.
   All drawings and paintings must be framed and equipped with
    permanently attached picture wire ready for hanging. Scotch Tape,
    Velcro, duct tape, staples or hot glue are not acceptable for use in framing or
    mounting picture wire. Entries that do not adhere to these requirements
    will not be accepted. No materials will be provided.
   Each exhibitor is limited to one entry in each class.
   Exhibits must not exceed 30 inches in any dimension. This measurement
    includes the mat and frame.
   Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
   See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.
   Ribbon placings are as follows: Blue – First Place $5.00, Red – Second Place
    $4.00, White – Third Place $3.00 and Yellow – Fourth Place $2.00

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A. TEENAGE WORK (12 to 14 Years Old)                     5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
  1. Oil Painting - Landscape                        10. Charcoal Drawing
  2. Oil Painting - Still Life or Figure             11. Abstract or Impressionistic
  3. Acrylics                                            (Any Medium)
  4. Watercolor                                      12. Miscellaneous Forms (select
  5. Pastel                                              one) Scratch Board, Linoleum,
  6. Original Single Frame Cartoon                       Block, Collage, Etc.
  7. Manga - Japanese Animation                      13. Mixed Media
  8. Pen and Ink Drawing                             14. Cornucopia Theme
  9. Pencil Drawing                                      (Any Medium)
         SECTION VII - TEENAGE FINE ARTS (Continued)
                  A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to one
              Blue Ribbon winner in each of the following Groups:
       Best of Classes 1, 2, and 3          Best of Classes 8, 9, and 10
       Best of Classes 4 and 5              Best of Classes 11, 12, and 13
                           Best of Classes 6 and 7

           One Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded to one of the
                        Champion Ribbon winners
B. TEENAGE WORK (15 to 18 Years Old)               5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
  15. Oil Painting - Landscape                 24. Charcoal Drawing
  16. Oil Painting - Still Life or Figure      25. Abstract or Impressionistic
  17. Acrylics                                     (Any Medium)
  18. Watercolor                               26. Miscellaneous Forms (select
  19. Pastel                                       one) Scratch Board, Linoleum,
  20. Original Single Frame Cartoon                Block, Silk Screen, Collage, Etc.
  21. Manga - Japanese Animation               27. Mixed Media
  22. Pen and Ink Drawing                      28. Cornucopia Theme
  23. Pencil Drawing                               (Any Medium)
                  A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to one
             Blue Ribbon winner in each of the following Groups
       Best of Classes 15, 16, and 17       Best of Classes 22, 23, and 24
        Best of Classes 18 and 19           Best of Classes 25, 26 and 27
                            Best of Classes 20 and 21
             One Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded to one of the
                          Champion Ribbon winners


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                  SECTION VIII – PHOTOGRAPHY
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                Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

              Co-Chairmen – Mr. Walter Callahan, Mr. Ed Gordon,
                            and Ms. Donna Packard
   Photographs are to be 8 "x 10" only. No other size will be accepted. The
    photographs may be on any paper surface.
   Photographs must be mounted on a stiff surface, measuring 11‖ x 14‖. Matte
    board is preferred, and your photo may be matted, if desired. Do not use an
    adhesive spray to mount your images. Double-faced tape is preferred.
   NO FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
   Photographs MUST have been taken since the 2008 Howard County Fair and
    can be either digital or film format.
   Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
   Entrants in Section C must be between the ages of 5 and 15 years old. Any
    entry in Section C may not be duplicated in any other Group (example: if you
    enter a photo in ―Historic Howard County‖ in Section C, you are ineligible to
    enter the same category in Section A or Section B.)
   Entry Limit: Entrants are limited to enter up to five (5) prints maximum.
          SECTION VIII – PHOTOGRAPHY (Continued)
   See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.
   Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6, 2010.

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       A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to one Blue Ribbon winner
                     in each of the following groups:
       Best of A          Best of C            Best of E
       Best of B          Best of D            Best of F

     Four Best in Show Ribbons will be awarded from the Champion Ribbon
                            winners as follows:
    One Best In Show from Section A – (Open Black & White Photography)
            One Best In Show from Sections B, D. and E – (Open)
          One Best In Show from Section C – (Junior Photography)
         One Best In Show from Section F – (Open, Building Theme)


A. Black & White (Open to all age groups) – Entire Photograph must be
   Black & White                          6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
   1. Landscapes (may include snow scenes, seascapes and buildings)
   2. Animals (includes all living, non-human creatures)
   3. Still Life/Plants & Flowers (with or without insects)
   4. People
   5, Historic Howard County
B. ADULT PHOTOGRAPHY (Open to all age groups) – ―No Black & White‖
   photos
   Color                                  6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00          1.00
   6, Landscapes (may include snow scenes, seascapes and buildings)
   7. Sunrises/Sunsets
   8. Still Life/Plants & Flowers (with or without insects)
   9. Animals (includes all living, non-human creatures)
   10. People
   11. Historic Howard County
C. JUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHY – (5-15 Years Old)
                                          6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
   12. Animals (includes all living, non-human creatures) Color or Black & White
   13. Black & White Landscapes (may include buildings) and Seascapes
   14. Color Landscapes (may include buildings) and Seascapes
   15. People (Color or Black & White)
   16. Sunrises/Sunsets
   17. Still Life/Plants & Flowers (with or without insects)
   18. Historic Howard County
D. MODIFIED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – (Open to All Ages)
                                          6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
   19. Any Subject
E. HOWARD COUNTY FAIR PHOTORAPHY – (Open to All ages)
                                          6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
   20. Photographs of the 2009 Howard County Fair (Color or Black & White)

          SECTION VIII – PHOTOGRAPHY (Continued)
F. BUILDING THEME – Cornucopia PICTURES – Open to all ages
                                        6.00 5.00             4.00   3.00    2.00   1.00
     21. Cornucopia – (Color or Black & White)

                  ***SPECIAL AWARD FOR PHOTOGRAPHY***
            Toby’s Dinner Theatre - Gift Certificate - Best In Show Color
                              Photography – Adult


           SECTION IX - ADULT FINE ARTS & CRAFTS
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                  Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

                         Chairman - Ms. Donna Hoffman
     All entries are to be handmade.
     No Kits or Plastic Models.
     All entries are to be made since the 2009 Howard County Fair.
     Entries will not be accepted that are larger than 24" x 24" overall.
     See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.

        A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to one Blue Ribbon winner
                       in each of the following groups:
             Best of Classes A                  Best of Classes E
             Best of Classes B                  Best of Classes F
             Best of Classes C                  Best of Classes G
             Best of Classes D                  Best of Classes H
                One Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded to
                    one of the Champion Ribbon winners

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A. ADULT ARTISTIC PAINTING ON CHINA                  6.25 5.25 4.25 3.00
   1. Hand Painting on China - Landscape, Birds and/or Animals,
      Fruits and/or Flowers, or Portraits
   2. Hand Painted Porcelain, Bisque or China Doll (dressed) (judged on
      painting only) (1 doll only - no pairs)
   3. Tole Painting on any non-canvas surface
   4. Painting on Container, Small (6" and under)
   5. Painting on Container, Large (not to exceed 18" x 18")
   6. Ceramics from Prepared Form, Glazed or Not Glazed, Hand painted -
      Acrylic & Antique
B. CREATIVE CRAFTS                                   6.25 5.25 4.25 3.00
   7. Stenciling on Wood, Metal or Glass, Etc. No Fabric
   8. Calligraphy on non-fabric surface.
   9. Paper Craft (lamp shades, decoupage, quilling, scherenschnitte, stamping,
       etc.)
   10. Paper Craft – Scrap Booking two pages (2) no larger than 12‖x 12‖
   11. Paper Craft – Greeting cards (groups of 3-4 cards decorated in any
       coordinating method.)
   12. Egg Craft
    SECTION IX - ADULT FINE ARTS & CRAFTS (Continued)
     13. Shell and Nature Craft
     14. Recycled Craft (made from any recycled object)
     15, Handmade/hand-decorated Soap or Candle (one item only)
C.   DECORATIVE FABRIC ART                            6.25 5.25 4.25 3.00
     16. Hand Painted Clothing (no sweatshirts)
     17. Hand Painted Sweatshirts
     18. Other Fabric Art
D.   HOLIDAY CRAFTS/DECORATIONS                       6.25 5.25 4.25 3.00
     19. Holiday Decoration - Wall Hanging
     20. Holiday Decoration - Door Decoration
     21. Holiday Decoration - Table Decoration
     22. Christmas Decoration - Wall Hanging
     23. Christmas Decoration - Door Decoration
     24. Christmas Decoration - Table Decoration
     25. Christmas Decoration – Ornament
     26. Seasonal Decoration - Wall Hanging (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter)
     27. Seasonal Decoration – Door Decoration (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter)
     28. Seasonal Decoration - Table Decoration (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter)
E.   JEWELRY                                          6.25 5.25 4.25 3.00
     29. Beading (Jewelry Only)
     30. Clay Jewelry
     31. Button Jewelry
     32. Hand painted Jewelry
     33. Miscellaneous Jewelry
F.   3-DIMENSIONAL ART/CRAFTING                       6.25 5.25 4.25 3.00
     - Not to exceed 20 pounds in weight or 24" x 24" in size.
     34. Polymer Clay/Ceramic Sculpture
     35. Metal/Stone Sculpture
     36. Wood/Paper Sculpture
     37. Hand-woven Basket
     38. Decorated Box - (Mixed/multiple media required)
G.   MISCELLANEOUS                                    6.25 5.25 4.25 3.00
     39. Miscellaneous Adult Art & Craft
     40. Cornucopia Theme Craft
         ***SPECIAL AWARD FOR ADULT FINE ARTS & CRAFTS***
Toby’s Dinner Theater - Gift Certificate - Best in Show - Adult Fine Arts & Crafts
                Donna Hamilton - $20 - Best Decorated Box
 Donna Hamilton - Gift Certificate to Polymer Clay Express - Judges Choice of
                              Polymer Clay entries


        SECTION X - CHILDREN’S & TEENAGE CRAFTS
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                 Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

                          Chairman – Ms. Felicia Kulp
    All entries are to be made since the 2009 Howard County Fair by the exhibitor.



    SECTION X - CHILDREN’S & TEENAGE CRAFTS (Cont.)
    NO KITS including LEGO Company kits All entries MUST BE the original idea
     and work of the exhibitor.
    All polymer clay items must be cooked. No soft polymer clay will be
     accepted.
    A clay item is one that has not been fired in a kiln. A ceramic item has been
     fired.
    All entries must have been made since the 2009 Howard County Fair by the
     exhibitor.
    No entries larger than 24‖ in any direction will be accepted.
    Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
    See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.

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A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to one Blue Ribbon Winners in each of
                           the following groups:
          Best of Classes 1-8                 Best of Classes 9-17
                One Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded
               to one of the Champion Ribbon winners

A. TEENAGE CRAFTS
   (12-18 Years of Age)                  6.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00
   1. Fabric
   2. Jewelry
   3. Sand Art
   4. Recycled material craft
   5. Nature Craft
   6. Holiday Decorations
   7. Scrapbook – two pages (2) no larger than 12‖ x 12‖
   8. Paper crafts (origami, decoupage, paper mache)
   9. Hand Shaped Clay Items
   10. Hand Shaped Ceramic Items
   11. Ceramic from prepared form – painted
   12. Painting on Wood, Metal or Plastic
   13. Floral Decoration (no live flowers)
   14. Sculpture
   15. Miscellaneous Craft
   16. Cornucopia – No larger than 12‖ x 12‖
   17. Interlocking Building block Created Item – Must be original creation

A Champion Ribbon will be awarded to one Blue Ribbon Winners in each of
                          the following groups:
           Best of Classes 18-24          Best of Classes 25-35
           Best of Classes 36-42          Best of Classes 43-53
                       Best of Classes 54 and 55
              One Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded
               to one of the Champion Ribbon winners
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    SECTION X - CHILDREN’S & TEENAGE CRAFTS (Cont.)
B. CHILDREN’S CRAFTS (8-11 Years of Age)
   18. Sand Art                             4.75 3.75 2.75 1.75 1.50 1.25
   19. Beading own creation other than jewelry
   20. Jewelry
   21. Decorated or Painted Fabric
   22. Other Fabric Art
   23. Nature Craft
   24. Paper Crafts (origami, decoupage, paper-mache, etc.)
   25. Hand Shaped Clay Items
   26. Hand Shaped Ceramic Items
   27. Ceramic from prepared form - painted
   28. Painting on Wood, Metal, or Plastic
   29. Recycled material craft
   30. Holiday Decoration
   31. Miscellaneous Craft
   32. Display Collection of Items (Written Description Optional)
   33. Interlocking Building Block Created Item - Must be original creation
   34. Scrapbook - Two Pages (2) no larger than 12" x 12".
   35. Cornucopia – No larger than 12‖ x 12‖
C. CHILDREN’S CRAFTS (5-7 Years of Age)
   36. Sand Art                             4.75 3.75 2.75 1.75 1.50 1.25
   37. Beading Own Creation Other Than Jewelry
   38. Jewelry
   39. Decorated or Painted Fabric
   40. Other Fabric Art
   41. Nature Craft
   42. Paper Crafts (origami, decoupage, paper mache, etc.)
   43. Hand Shaped Clay Items
   44. Hand Shaped Ceramic Items
   45. Ceramic from prepared form - painted
   46. Painting on Wood, Metal, or Plastic
   47. Recycled Craft material craft
   48. Holiday Decoration
   49. Miscellaneous Craft
   50. Display Collection of Items (Written Description Optional)
   51. Interlocking Building Block Created Item - Must be original creation
   52. Scrapbook - Two Pages (2) no larger than 12" x 12".
   53. Cornucopia – No larger than 12‖ x 12‖
D. CHILDREN’S CRAFTS (3 and 4 Years of Age)
   54. Sand Art                          4.75 3.75 2.75 1.75 1.50 1.25
   55. Fabric Art

   ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR CHILDREN’S AND TEENAGE CRAFTS***
  $25 – Best of Show Teenage Crafts – In Memory of Gabrielle Keiran Dreistadt
 Andrea Suchoski Moore – $25 Michael’s Gift Certificate – Best Miscellaneous
                          Craft (8-11 years of age)
      Mary Frances Gosnell - $25 - Best of Champions in Children’s Crafts
                              (5-7 years of age)



 SECTION X - CHILDREN’S & TEENAGE CRAFTS (Cont.)
           ***INTERLOCKING BUILDING BLOCK COMPETITION***
                      From Scratch to Completion
                        Sunday, August 8, 2010
                         2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
 Registration will begin at 1:00 p.m. and end promptly at 2:00 p.m. The
  competition will begin promptly at 2:00 p.m.
 The exhibitors will build their entries from 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. The work
  area for the building of the exhibits will be outside of the Home Arts Building
  under a tent with tables and chairs provided.
 From 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m., the judges will review the exhibits and award
  the ribbons.
 The judges will be present during the building of the entries.
 All entries are to be original in design. Original means exhibitor’s own
  creation.
 Entries may be items such as airplanes, trains, etc., or a scene made with
  interlocking building blocks.
 The size of the completed entry may not exceed the measurement of 24‖x 24‖.
 The exhibitor will bring no more than 150 interlocking building blocks of
  his/her choice. If a scene is being made, the following will apply:
    The base will count as one (1) block.
    No more than four trees may be used and will count as one (1) block.
    No more than four people may be used and will count as one (1) block.
    Leaving the exhibitor 147 interlocking building blocks to work with.
 During the course of building the exhibit, all blocks do not have to be used
  but nor more than 150 blocks may be used.
 All entries from this competition will be displayed during the Fair and released
  with the other exhibits on Sunday, August 15, 2010.
       Plan your entry — come and have fun building your entry at the
                   Interlocking Building Block Competition.
Age Categories for Competition will be the exhibitor’s age as of Jan. 1, 2010:
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Ages 6-9       1 $20; 2 $15; 3 $10; 4 $7; and 5 through 10 $5
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Ages 10-12 1 $20; 2 $15; 3 $10; 4 $7; and 5 through 10 $5
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Ages 13-18 1 $20; 2 $15; 3 $10; 4 $7; and 5 through 10 $5




                  SECTION XI – WOODWORKING
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                Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

                        Chairman - Mr. Ron Clements
 All entries must have been completed since the previous Fair.
 Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
 See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.




         SECTION XI – WOODWORKING (Continued)
                      CHALLENGE CARVING CONTEST
THE RULES ARE SIMPLE:
 Open to all ages.
 Carve a Cornucopia.
 The Cornucopia can be painted or not painted.
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 Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6 .
 Pre-registering is requested, but not required.
 The premiums for this contest are
   First Place:           $20.00         Third Place:            $10.00
   Second Place:          $15.00         Fourth Place:           $ 5.00

                     NON-CARVERS CHALLENGE CONTEST

THE RULES ARE SIMPLE:
 Open to all ages
 Build a Wall Clock.
 The Wall Clock is to be no larger than 12" x 12" your choice of wood/s and
  Natural Finish.
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 Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6 .
 Pre-registering is requested, but not required.
 The Premiums for the contest are:
   First Place            $20.00         Third Place         $10.00
   Second Place           $15.00         Fourth Place         $ 5.00

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   A Champion Ribbon Will Be Awarded From The Blue Ribbon Winners
                      In Each Class Of Woodworking
   One Adult Best In Show Ribbon Will Be Awarded to The Best of Show
          From The Champion Ribbon Winners in Classes A-T

  One Teenage Best In Show Ribbon Will Be Awarded to The Best of Show
          From The Champion Ribbon Winners in Classes U & V
 One Children’s Best In Show Ribbon Will Be Awarded to The Best of Show
         From The Champion Ribbon Winners in Classes W, X & Y

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Sizes for Classes A, B, C and D:
       LARGE:        Desk, Dresser, Table, Hutch, Etc.
       MEDIUM:       Chair, End Table, Floor Lamp, Etc.
       SMALL:        Stool, Small Chest, Table Lamp, Etc.
Sizes for Classes E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L:
       LARGE:        Greater than 12" any direction
       SMALL:        Up to 12" any direction
Sizes for Classes M, N, O, P, Q, R and S:
       LARGE:        Greater than 24" any direction
       MEDIUM:       Greater than 12" up to 24" any direction
       SMALL:        Up to 12" any direction

         SECTION XI – WOODWORKING (Continued)
A. ANTIQUES
   1. Refinished – Large                                 25.00 20.00 18.00 15.00
   2. Refinished – Medium                          15.00 13.00 11.00 9.00
   3. Refinished – Small                           10.00 8.00 7.00 6.00
B. HANDMADE FURNITURE - ORIGINAL DESIGN
   4. Original Design – Large                      25.00 20.00 18.00 15.00
   5. Original Design – Medium                     15.00 13.00 11.00 9.00
   6. Original Design – Small                      10.00 8.00 7.00 6.00
C. HANDMADE FURNITURE – FROM PLANS OR REPRODUCTION
   7. Reproduction or from plans – Large           25.00 20.00 18.00 15.00
   8. Reproduction or from plans – Medium          15.00 13.00 11.00 9.00
   9. Reproduction or from plans – Small           10.00 8.00 7.00 6.00
D. HANDMADE FURNITURE - RECYCLED/SALVAGED (Include a
   description of what the wood was salvaged from)
   10. Recycled or Salvaged Woodworking - Large 25.00 20.00 18.00 15.00
   11. Recycled or Salvaged Woodworking - Med. 15.00 13.00 11.00 9.00
   12. Recycled or Salvaged Woodworking - Small 10.00 8.00 7.00 6.00
E. WOOD BURNING
   13. Wood burning - Large                        15.00 10.00 8.00 5.00
   14. Wood burning - Small                          6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
F. PICTURE FRAMES                                  10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   15. Picture Frames – Large
   16. Picture Frames - Small
G. INLAID                                          10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   17. Inlaid – Large
   18. Inlaid - Small
H. SCROLL SAWING                                   10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   19. Scroll Sawing – Large
   20. Scroll Sawing – Small
I. CARVING - DECOYS WORKING
   21. Decoys Working - Large                        8.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
   22. Decoys Working - Small                        6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
J. CARVING - DECOYS DECORATIVE
   23. Decoys Decorative - Large                     8.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
   24. Decoys Decorative - Small                     6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
K. CARVING - RELIEF
   25. Relief - Large                                8.00 5.00 3.00 2.00
   26. Relief - Small                                6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
L. CARVING – CARICATURE                              6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
   27. Caricature
M. CARVING – STYLIZED                                6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
   28. Stylized Carving – Large
   29. Stylized Carving - Small
N. CARVING – SCULPTURAL                              6.00 4.00 3.00 2.00
   30. Sculptural – Large
   31. Sculptural – Medium
   32. Sculptural – Small
O. TURNING                                          6.00  4.00 3.00 2.00
   33. Turning – Medium
   35. Turning - Small
        SECTION XI – WOODWORKING (Continued)
P. TOYS                                              6.00      4.00    3.00   2.00
   36. Toys - Large
   37. Toys - Medium
   38. Toys - Small
Q. BOXES
   39. Boxes – Large                                  8.00     5.00    3.00   2.00
   40. Boxes - Medium                                  6.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
   41. Boxes – Small                                   6.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
R. WALKING CANES AND STICKS                            6.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
   42. Walking Canes and Sticks
S. INTARSIA
   43. Intarsia - Large                              15.00    13.00 11.00     9.00
   44. Intarsia – Medium                             10.00     8.00 7.00      6.00
   45. Intarsia - Small                              10.00     8.00 7.00      6.00
T. MISCELLANEOUS WOODWORKING
   46. Miscellaneous – Large                         20.00    15.00 10.00     5.00
   47. Miscellaneous – Medium                        10.00     8.00 7.00      6.00
   48. Miscellaneous - Small                         10.00     8.00 7.00      6.00
U. TEENAGE WOODWORKING (15-18 Years of Age)
   49. Woodworking - Natural (any item)                5.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
   50. Woodworking - Painted (any item)                5.00     4.00   3.00   2.00
   51. Pinewood Derby Cars                             5.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
   52 School Projects (more than 1 teen working on)    5.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
V. TEENAGE WOODWORKING (12-14 Years of Age)
   53. Woodworking - Natural (any item)                5.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
   54. Woodworking - Painted (any item)                5.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
   55. Pinewood Derby Cars                             5.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
   56. School Projects (more than 1 teen working on)   5.00    4.00    3.00   2.00
W. CHILDREN’S WOODWORKING (8-11 Years of Age)
   57. Woodworking - Natural (any item)                4.00    3.00    2.00   1.00
   58. Woodworking - Painted (any item)                4.00    3.00    2.00   1.00
   59. Pinewood Derby Cars                             4.00    3.00    2.00   1.00
X. CHILDREN’S WOODWORKING (5-7 Years of Age)
   60. Woodworking - Natural (any item)                4.00    3.00 2.00      1.00
   61. Woodworking - Painted (any item)                4.00    3.00 2.00      1.00
   62. Pinewood Derby Cars                             4.00    3.00 2.00      1.00
Y. CHILDREN’S WOODWORKING (3 and 4 Years of Age)
   63. Woodworking - Natural (any item)               4.00     3.00    2.00   1.00
   64. Woodworking - Painted (any item)               4.00     3.00    2.00   1.00

             ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR WOODWORKING***
         Pat and Ron Clements - $25 – Best in Show Woodcarving
         Howard County Woodworkers Guild - $50 - Best In Show
                         Woodworking - Adult
    Howard County Woodworkers Guild - $25 - Best Handmade Furniture,
                        Original Design - Small
    Howard County Woodworkers Guild - $25 - Best Handmade Furniture,
                   Reproduction or From Plans – Small
              SECTION XII - JUNIOR FLOWER SHOW
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    Flowers are to be delivered on Friday, August 6 , between 3:00 p.m. and
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        8:00 p.m., or Saturday, August 7 , between 8:00 and 11:00 a.m.

          Co-Chairmen - Ed Dick, Chris Dick and Kerry Romesberg
          Open to Children Twelve (12) Years of Age or Younger as of
                               January 1, 2010


    All Flowers will remain until the end of the Fair to help beautify the Home
     Arts Building and for all fair goers to enjoy.
    Rules for the Horticulture Classes:
       Specimens in all Classes must be raised out-of-doors.
       Exhibitor is allowed one entry in each Class or Subdivision.
    The specimen must be in a size-appropriate container furnished by the
     exhibitor.
    Each specimen must have attached foliage.
    See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.
    Rules for the Artistic Classes:
       Exhibitor is allowed one entry in each class.
       ALL arrangements must be the work of the child.
       ALL entries must meet size requirements.
       ALL arrangements must be in floral containers and arranged.
       Please check ALL entries to be certain they are free of mites and other
          plant bugs.

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        A Champion Ribbon will be awarded from the Blue Ribbon winners in
                                    each class
     One Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded from the Champion Ribbon
                                    winners
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A. HORTICULTURE                                        3.00 2.00 1.50 1.00
   Please leave foliage on specimen
   1. Aster - bloom                        11. Marigold - Large - 1 bloom
   2. Ageratum                             12. Marigold - Small - 1 bloom
   3. Cosmos                               13. Petunia - 1 spray
   4. Dahlia - Large - 1 bloom (6")        14. Zinnia - Large - 1 bloom (over 2")
   5. Dahlia - Medium - 1 bloom (3"-6") 15. Zinnia - Small -1 bloom (2" &under)
   6. Dahlia - Small - 1 bloom (under 3") 16. Dusty Miller
   7. Snapdragon                           17. Dwarf Sunflower
   8. Statice                              18. Cultivated Black-Eyed Susan -
   9. Vinca                                    1 spray
   10. Gladiolus - 1 spike                 19. Coleus without flowers
   20. Collection of 5 Different Annuals and/or Perennials 2.50 2.00 1.50
B. POTTED PLANTS (please remove bad foliage from plants)2.50 2.00 1.50
   21. Terrarium or Dish Garden (planted by exhibitor)
   22. Cactus Garden (planted by exhibitor)
   23. Flowering Plant (not to exceed 10" pot)
   24. House Plant, Foliage (not to exceed 10" pot)
     SECTION XII - JUNIOR FLOWER SHOW (Continued)
C. ARTISTIC                                         3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00
   25. Dried Arrangement (over 3")
   26. Arrangement for Special Event (name the event) - Dried or Fresh Flowers no
       more than 12" overall, including container
   27. Large, Fresh over 3"
   28. Small, Fresh under 3"
   29. Small, Dried under 3"
              ***SPECIAL AWARD FOR JUNIOR FLOWER SHOW***
            Donna and Keith Murphy - $25 – Championship Horticulture

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             SECTION XIII - FLOWERS AND HERBS
 First Flower Show - Classes A, B, C, D and E must be brought in on Friday
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August 6 from 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. or Saturday, August 7 from 8:00 a.m. -
    11:00 a.m. Entries for these classes close at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday,
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                                  August 7 .

         Co-Chairmen - Ed Dick, Chris Dick and Kerry Romesberg

   Second Flower Show -Fresh Flowers may be brought to the Fairgrounds on
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    Tuesday, August 10 from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, August
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    11 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED
    AFTER 10:00 a.m.
   All Plants, Flowers and Herbs must be grown and arranged by the exhibitor.
   Home dried or preserved materials please. Purchased dried material is
    discouraged.
   Vinegars may be entered in pint or decorative bottles. Paraffin may be used
    to seal the cork. Decorative bottles will only be accepted for vinegars.
   Please check ALL entries to be certain they are free of mites and other
    plant bugs.
   See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.
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     A Champion Ribbon Will Be Awarded From The Blue Ribbon Winners
                                  In Each Class
    One Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded from the Champion Ribbon
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                 winners of the First Flower Show on August 8 .
    One Best in Show Ribbon will be awarded from the Champion Ribbon
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              winners of the Second Flower Show on August 11 .
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      SECTION XIII - FLOWERS AND HERBS (Continued)
                             TABLE SETTING CONTEST
                                   ―TAIL GATE PARTY‖
    You are setting a table for your Tail Gate Party and you want to have the best
       table setting for it. This Tail Gate Party is for your favorite football team.

THE RULES ARE REALLY VERY SIMPLE:
• Provide your Tail Gate Party menu.
• The items that must be included are:
   1. A place mat. No larger than 13" x 19".
   2. Plate
   3. Cup/Glassware
   4. Napkin
   5. Plastic Flatware preferred - No Sterling Flatware
   6. Small Centerpiece
   7. Valuable Glassware and China discouraged
• Be Creative!
• The premiums for this contest are:
      First Place       $20.00             Fourth Place              $8.00
      Second Place $15.00                  Fifth Place               $6.00
      Third Place       $12.00             Sixth Place               $5.00

•    In order for us to allow enough room for the settings, please call one of the
     Co-Superintendents of the Home Arts Department no later than Friday, July
     23, 2010, to let us know if you will be participating.

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     EDUCATIONAL HERB DISPLAY - To be judged on Saturday, August 7 .
       A display to educate the Fair visitors about herbs/spices — the
       different kinds and the many uses for them other than cooking.
• The display should be easy to read and should be no larger than 36‖ high,
  48‖ wide and 24‖ deep. The exhibit should be lightweight but strong. Foam
  board is good to use.
• You must have samples of the herbs/spices that are in your display — dry
  or fresh, with the names on them. The exhibitor must have grown 90% of
  the herb/spice.
• Be Creative.
• Premiums: First Place - $25.00; Second Place - $15; Third Place - $10
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A. POTTED PLANTS                                      4.00 3.50              3.00   2.50
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   To be judged on Saturday, August 8
   African Violets
   1. African Violets - Single
   2. African Violets - Double Blooms
   3. African Violets - Miscellaneous - 2 or more plants in pot
      SECTION XIII - FLOWERS AND HERBS (Continued)
(Potted Plants not to exceed 24" overall, including pot)4.50 3.50      3.00 2.50

     4. Begonia                                     13. Impatiens
     5. Fern                                        14. Dish-Garden
     6. Jade Plant                                  15. Blooming House Plant
     7. Succulent, other than jade                  16. Foliage House Plant
     8. Cactus (not to exceed 12" pot)              17. Flowering Hanging Plant
     9. Coleus                                      18. Foliage Hanging Plant
     10. Geranium (Pelargonium)                     19. Miscellaneous Potted
     11. Philodendron or Pathos                         Plant - other than listed
     12. Patio Planter (3 or more                       above
          different plants)                         20. Bonsai
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B.   SILK - To be judged on Saturday, August 8                     4.00 3.00 2.50
     21. Arrangement                 23. Corsage or Nosegay
     22. Swag                        24. Wreath         25. Silk Wedding Bouquet
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C.   HERBS – Judging will be Saturday, August 7
     26. Potted Herbs (rosemary, scented                    4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
          geranium, lavender, etc.)(3 or more different)
     27. Potpourri (in clear jar) - Herbal - No Flowers            4.00 3.00 2.50
     28. Potpourri (in clear jar) - Spice                          4.00 3.00 2.50
     29. Herbal Wreath                                             4.00 3.00 2.50
     30. Herbal Gift Item (other than items listed above)          4.00 3.00 2.50
     31. Collection of 3 Different Hanging                         4.00 3.00 2.50
         Dried Herbs on Stem
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D.   VINEGARS - Judging will be Saturday, August 7 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
     32. Tarragon Vinegar                           35. Basil Vinegar
     33. Rosemary Vinegar                           36. Mint Vinegar
     34. Dill Vinegar
     37. Collection of Five (5) Different Vinegars          10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
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E.   DRIED MATERIALS - Judging will be Saturday, August 7
     38. Potpourri (in clear jar) - Floral - No Herbs              4.00 3.00 2.50
     39. Arrangement of Dried Material Under Glass                 4.00 3.00 2.50
     40. Arrangement of Pressed Material Under Glass               4.00 3.00 2.50
     41. Herbal Nosegay or Dried Floral Nosegay -                  4.00 3.00 2.50
         (Tussie Mussie)(may use lace and ribbon)
     42. Dried Floral Wreath                                       4.00 3.00 2.50
                            Second Flower Show
F. ARRANGEMENTS -                                    5.00 4.00 3.50        3.00
   (No larger than 20" overall, including container)
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   Tuesday, August 10 — 8:00-9:00 p.m.
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   Wednesday, August 11 — 8:00-10:00 a.m.
   43. Arrangement Suitable for a Formal Dinner Table
   44. Arrangement for Birthday Party - Informal Dinner Table
   45. Small Arrangement (3" to 6")
   46. Arrangement of Wild Flowers
   47. Arrangement of Dried Flowers (no purchased or silk material)
   48. Arrangement Suitable for Outside Patio Table
   49. Arrangement in Kitchen Container
   50. Arrangement in Unusual Container
   51. Arrangement of Cultivated Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia)
    SECTION XIII - FLOWERS AND HERBS (Continued)
   52. Arrangement in Vase
   53. Arrangement in Tones and Tints of One Color
   54. Fresh Flower Arrangement in Williamsburg Manner
   55. Winter Holiday Arrangement (Christmas, Advent, Hanukkah, Kwanza,
       etc.)(may use accessory and fresh flowers)
   56. Oriental Arrangement
   57. Corsage (Must be displayed in clear box or on a plate with clear bag that
       you provide)
   58. Professional Florist Arrangement (must provide proof of being a
       professional) - choice of exhibitor. All other rules apply.
   59. Cornucopia Arrangement
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   Tuesday, August 10 - 8:00-9:00 p.m.
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   Wednesday, August 11 - 8:00-10:00 a.m.
   One variety and color. Foliage is desirable, but must be growing from
   stem of bloom. Pick just before peak of bloom. Horticultural exhibits
   should be displayed in size-appropriate containers that will support the weight
   of the entry. The exhibitor will provide these containers.
   60. Dahlias (1) - Extra Large (over 6")
   61. Dahlias (1) - Large (6")
   62. Dahlias (1) - Medium (3" to 6")
   63. Dahlias (1) - Small (under 3")
   64. Gerber Daisy - stem
   65. Caladium - 1 stem with leaf
   66. Gladiolus (1)
   67. Zinnias (3) - Large (over 2")
   68. Zinnias (3) - Small (2" and under)
   69. Marigolds - Large (3 blooms)
   70. Marigolds - Small (1 spray)
   71. Petunia - Single (1 spray)
   72. Petunia - Double (1 spray)
   73. Chrysanthemum - (summer type) (1 spray)
   74. Cockscomb - Crested
   75. Cockscomb - Plume
   76. Snapdragon (1)
   77. Dwarf Sunflower
   78. Coleus without flower
   79. Salvia
   80. Larkspur
   81. Miscellaneous Horticulture
   Collections                                   5.00 4.00 3.00 3.50
   82. Collection of 5 Different Fresh Culinary Herbs (name them)
   83. Collection of 5 Different Fragrance Herbs (name them)
   84. Collection of 5 Different Medicinal Herbs (name them)
   85. Collection of 3 Different Foliage Plants (name them)
   86. Collection of 3 Different Fresh Flowers Grown for Drying (name them)
   87. Collection of 5 Different Annuals (name them)
   88. Collection of 5 Different Perennials (No Herbs) (name them)
   Miscellaneous                                 4.00 3.00 2.50 2.00
   89. Flowering Shrub Branch (please name)
   90. Straw Flower
   91. New Variety (1) Bloom or Seed Pod (name variety)
   92. Ageratum
   93. Aster
   94. Cosmos
   95. Verbena
   96. Vinca
   97. Statice
   98. Hydrangea
   99. Dusty Miller
H. Roses
   100. Roses (1)- Large
   101. Roses (1) - Miniature and Sweetheart

             ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR FLOWERS AND HERBS***
  In Memory of Bessie C. Murray by Calvin M. Murray - $35 - Champion Adult
                  Flower Arrangement – Second Flower Show
    In Memory of Katherine Arrington by Doris Donaldson - $15 - Champion
              Horticultural Exhibit – Adult – Second Flower Show
In Honor of His Mom, Cindy Rolfzen, by Adam Rolfzen - $25 – Best in Show in
                  Flowers & Herbs Show – First Flower Show
The R. L. Hedeman Family in Memory of JoAnn Hedeman - $25 – Best Herbal
                     Vinegar Collection – First Flower Show
  In Memory of JoAnn Hedeman by Bette J. Hereth and Carolyn Kulp - Gift -
               Adult Classes 82,83 & 84 – Second Flower Show



                  SECTION XIV - HAND SPINNING
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                Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

        Co-Chairmen- Mrs. Gwen Handler and Dr. Marjorie Warden
   Age as of January 1, 2010 will be used for age determination.
   Entries must be submitted in the name of the spinner and spun within the
    year. HAND SPINNING is done on a spinning wheel, either foot or hand
    controlled, or on a hand spindle.
   Skein should be at least 2 oz. in weight and should have a circumference of
    1½-2 yards, and be neatly wound and tied.
   All yarn should be washed thoroughly, dried and re-skeined before being
    submitted for judging. When setting twist, care should be taken to weight or
    block evenly.
   Sheep breed, if known, or fiber, method of preparation, and intended use must
    be indicated for each skein.
   Articles made from handspun yarns must be constructed by the spinner and
    made entirely from yarn spun by that person.

Basis for Judging: HAND SPINNING will be judged on control and consistency
of chosen technique, aesthetic and tactile appeal of yarn, degree of time, skill and
creativity represented, and value in relation to use.

            JUDGES WILL BE URGED TO WRITE COMMENTS ON
             ENTRY TAGS FOR THE BENEFIT OF EXHIBITORS
         SECTION XIV - HAND SPINNING (Continued)
     A Champion Ribbon will be awarded In the Undyed Wool Skein,
  Dyed Wool Skein, Miscellaneous Fiber, Animal Skein, Novice Skein and
                           Handspun Article
   One Best in Show Ribbon will be from the Champion Ribbon Winners

ADULT OPEN CLASSES
A. WOOL                                          10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   1. Skein spun from wool, dyed, or natural, even, singles. Please specify wool
      prepared by spinner or spun from commercially prepared fiber.
   2. Skein spun from commercially prepared wool, dyed, or natural, even,
       singles.

B. ANIMAL FIBERS OTHER THAN WOOL AND PLANT FIBERS
                                                      10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   3. Skein spun fine or thick, singles or plied from animal fiber (alpaca, angora
          rabbit, mohair, llama, silk, dog hair, etc.).
   4. Skein spun fine or thick, singles or plied from plant fiber (cotton, hemp,
          linen, bamboo, etc.).
C. MISCELLANEOUS                                      10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   5. Skein spun from fibers dyed by spinner, natural or commercial dye -
      specify dye used.
   6. Skein spun using novelty technique any fiber, any design.
   7. Skein spun by Novice Spinner with less than three years of experience,
      singles.
   8. Skein spun by Novice Spinner with less than three years of experience,
      plied.
   9. Hand spinners yarn basket — minimum of one pound of yarn spun in any
      manner for a single project, displayed in a basket. Include a description of
      the fiber technique used to spin the year and its intended use.
   10. Miscellaneous Spinning — any item not listed previously.
D. HAND SPUN ARTICLES                                 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   11. Hand spun, hand woven item.
   12. Hand spun item - knitted or crocheted.
E. HAND FELTED ARTICLE                                10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   13. Wet or dry felted article

YOUTH CLASSES (18 years of age and under)
F. WOOL                                           10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   14. Skein spun, undyed, prepared on hand cards, combs, or drum carder, fine
       or thick, even, singles.
   16. Skein spun from commercially prepared wool, dyed or natural, even,
       singles or plied.
   17. Miscellaneous skein
G. ANIMAL FIBERS OTHER THAN WOOL                  10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
     (Alpaca, Angora rabbit, Mohair, Llama, Silk, etc.)
   18. Skein spun of animal fibers other than wool, fine or thick, even singles or
        plied
H. MISCELLANEOUS                                  10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   19. Skein spun from fibers dyed by the spinner.
   20. Skein spun from any fiber blend. State fibers used.
          SECTION XIV - HAND SPINNING (Continued)
I. HAND SPUN ARTICLES                           10.00 8.00 6.00           4.00
   21. Hand spun, hand woven item, hand knit or crocheted item
J. HAND FELTED ARTICLE                          10.00 8.00 6.00           4.00
   22. Wet or dry felted article

               ***SPECIALS AWARDS FOR HAND SPINNING***
   Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival - Gift - Best Hand Spinning
 Lynn Beattie, Hunt Valley Cashmere – Gift – Cashmere Fiber for Adult Best in
                               Show Spinner
 Lynn Beattie, Hunt Valley Cashmere – Gift – Cashmere Fiber for Youth Best in
                               Show Spinner
          Rose Meagher – Rose Pedals Studios – 2 Niddy-Noddies



                    SECTION XV - HAND WEAVING
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                 Entries close at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 6

         Co-Chairmen - Mrs. Gwen Handler and Dr. Marjorie Warden
    Age as of January 1, 2010, will be used for age determination.
    The exhibitor must have woven all entries since the previous Fair.
    All entries must be properly filled and finished (washed and pressed when
     appropriate) and free of all visible machine stitching.
    HAND WEAVING is weaving done on a handloom, which contains two or
     more harnesses, or a frame loom.
    Basis for Judging: General appearance, design and workmanship.
    See Departmental Rules for explanation of 2010 Building Theme.
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        A Champion Ribbon will be awarded In the Afghan, Coverlet or
      Blanket, or Baby Blanket; Clothing or Outerwear; Small Accessory;
                          Household Item; and Rug
                  One Best In Show Ribbon Will Be Awarded
                     From The Champion Ribbon Winners
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A. ADULT OPEN CLASSES                                 10.00 8.00 6.00        4.00
   1. Small blanket, lap robe, baby blanket up to 39" wide
   2. Large blanket or afghan - 40" wide or more
   3. Clothing
   4. Outerwear - ponchos, ruanas, quesquimitls, stoles, shawls, etc.
   5. Small Accessories - Bag, Tote, Belt, Scarf, Hat, Etc.
   6. Scarf: 12 ends per inch or less - any fiber
   7. Scarf: more than 12 ends per inch any fiber
   8. Scarf: any fiber 4 shafts or fewer
   9. Scarf: 8 or more shafts
   10. Woven home accessory: table runner or other home accessory
   (tablecloth, pillow, etc.)
   11. Woven set (dishtowels, placemats, etc.)
         SECTION XV - HAND WEAVING (Continued)

   12. Rug, flat woven
   13. Tapestry
   14. Item made by Novice Weaver with less than three years experience,
      Small Item - belt, tote, scarf, etc.

   15. Item made by Novice Weaver with less than three years experience,
      Medium Item - shawl, tablecloth, placemats, etc.
   16. Item made by Novice Weaver with less than three years of experience,
      Large Item - afghan, blanket, rug, etc.
   17. Miscellaneous Weaving - Any item not previously listed.
   18. Cornucopia woven item
B. YOUTH CLASSES (18 years of age and under) 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00
   19. Small Item - belt, tote, scarf, etc.
   20. Medium Item - shawl, tablecloth, placemats, etc.
   21. Large Item - afghan, blanket, rug, etc.
   22. Cornucopia woven item

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             ***SPECIAL AWARDS FOR HAND WEAVING ***
       Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival - Gift - Best Hand Weaving
     Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival - Gift - Best Overall Youth Entry
     Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival - $50 - Best Entry Made of Maryland
                                Wool

     Carole Glorioso - $25 - “A” for Effort Award - Overall Second Place
                   Youth Entry in Spinning and Weaving
 Lynn Beattie, Hunt Valley Cashmere – Gift – Cashmere Yarn for Best Youth
                                  Weaving
   Lynn Beattie, Hunt Valley Cashmere – Gift – Cashmere Yarn for Novice
                                   Weaver
                   Special Contests
In an effort to effectively plan space for the ―Special Contests‖,
please return this form by July 23, 2010. If you should forget to
send in this form, don’t worry--you can still enter the contests.

Table Setting Contest
   ―Tail Gate Party‖ Table Setting

Interlocking Building Block Contest - August 8, 2010
   

Best Apple Desserts
   The Best Apple Dessert Non-Pie
   The Best Apple Pie

Section XI: Woodworking
    Challenge Carving Contest – Cornucopia
    Non-Carver’s Challenge – Wall Clock

Section XIII: Flowers and Herbs
   Educational Herb Display

Please indicate by checking the contest(s) listed above that you anticipate
entering, and return this form to: Mrs. Carolyn Kulp, Co-Superintendent,
Home Arts Department, 10226 Green Clover Drive, Ellicott City, MD
21042-1653, e-mail: crf_kulp@comcast.net. Please return this form by
July 23, 2010.

Your Name: _________________________________________

Your Address:_____________________________________________

__________________________________________Zip:____________

Phone Number: _____________________________________

E-Mail Address: _____________________________________
                      VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
  Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at the
Howard County Fair? Well, now is your chance to find out!

Volunteers are needed to assist in the following areas:

Taking entries before the Fair on:
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      Wednesday, August 4            from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
                            th
      Thursday, August 5             from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
                        th
      Friday, August 6               from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
                           th
      Saturday, August 7             from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
 To assist the judges in the various departments from 10:00 a.m. until
                                             th
   judging is completed on Saturday, August 7 .

 To help arrange the exhibits following the judging on Saturday,
           th
  August 7 .
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 During the week of the Fair, from Sunday, August 8 thru Saturday,
             th
  August 14 to sit in the Home Arts Building during the day in four-hour
  shifts from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
                                                                     th
 To help with the releasing of exhibits on Sunday, August 15 from
  10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

   There will be a Volunteer Training Session for our Great Corps of
                                 th
Volunteers on Saturday, July 24 from 10:00 a.m. until Noon in the
Dining Hall at the Howard County Fairgrounds. We encourage YOU to
be a volunteer.

    Please indicate by checking the area listed above that you would be
interested in volunteering, and return this form to: Mrs. Carolyn Kulp, Co-
Superintendent, Home Arts Department, 10226 Green Clover Drive,
Ellicott City, MD 21042-1653, e-mail: crf_kulp@comcast.net. Please
return this form by July 23, 2010.

Your Name:_________________________________________________

Your Address:_______________________________________________

_________________________________________Zip:_______________

Phone Number:______________________________________________

E-Mail Address: _____________________________________________

				
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