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									                    ROCKTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

        SUPPLEMENTARY PRIZE LIST
                       SEE JUNE AND OCTOBER LISTS

                          SCHOOL FAIR
                              held in conjunction with
             158th—ROCKTON WORLD’S FAIR—2010
               Website: www.rocktonworldsfair.com
               CAROLYN FLATT, CHAIRPERSON: 905-628-6218
Committee: Tracy Alkema, Marie Cowlin, Judy Crawford, Ian & Evelyn Flatt, Cecil
& Gladys Hamilton, Bill Hinrichs, Jean Humphrey, Ruth Lee, Barb & Jerry Manel,
Elizabeth Nowell, Kathy O’Krafka, Sharon Richer, Annette & Robert Schreuders,
Kathy Thompson, Allison & Craig Foulser, Janis Leslie, Robyn Leslie, Carolyn
Graham, Lloyd Bailey, Kristine Manel
                           RULES AND REGULATIONS
        1. All Prize money can now be picked up at the fair board
           office on Mon. 2 - 6 pm of the fair. A piece of identification
           will be required when you pick up your prize money. Please
           note admission to fair is still required until after Mon at 5pm
2.    Pupils who are of elementary school age and pupils who graduated from
      Grade 8 in June are eligible to exhibit.
3.    All work must be done since the previous Fair. Pupil’s grade to be
      interpreted as the grade in which he/she is a member since the previous
      Fair. ALL WORK MUST BE DONE BY THE PUPIL.
4.    Individual exhibits of grain, corn, vegetables, flowers and fruit must be
      grown in the home garden or home farm.
5.    Exhibitors please arrange for all articles to be picked up between 5 & 6
      pm on Mon. only. Rockton Fair and the School Fair committee will not be
      responsible for any entries not picked up on Mon. evening.
6.    All exhibitors and teachers are urged to check that the school fair tags
      are completed before entries are brought in. Attach tags to the top right
      hand corner of entry including both first and last names of student
      and full school name and address of school. All Home School
      Exhibitors please complete mailing address on yellow exhibit tags.
7.    Teachers apply to Fair Office, P.O. Box 38, Rockton, L0R 1X0 519-647-
      2502 or any School Fair Director for information and exhibit tags.
8.    Teachers are asked to use discretion choosing only 10 of entries per
      each class. Pre-Selection at school level is necessary. ONLY ONE
      ENTRY PER PUPIL ALLOWED IN EACH SECTION.
9.    Entries in OCTOBER LIST will be received at the Fairgrounds on the
      THURSDAY, of Thanksgiving Weekend, from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
10.   Judges decision is final.
                                       PIPEDA
The Rockton Agricultural Society (RAS) is committed to the safeguarding of
personal information collected from exhibitors in accordance with the Personal
Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). Personal
information collected will not be sold or disclosed for reasons other than for why it
was collected. By completing and submitting the entry tag, the exhibitor,
parent or guardian consents to the information being used by the RAS for
the mailing & or handing out of prize money and awards.
                          SPECI AL PRIZES
The Mae Hood Memorial Award (Plaque) will be presented to the student
winning the Most Points in the School Fair Department.
            1st 5 pts.; 2nd 4 pts.; 3rd 3 pts.; 4th 2 pts.; 5th 1 pt.
                   No previous trophy winners are eligible.
The top ten highest overall point winners will receive a plaque engraved with
the crest of Rockton World’s Fair to be presented at Awards Night on
November 26th, 2010. The plaques are donated by the Ladies of the Fair.
Plaque donated to the school with the highest points is given by C.A. Small
Engines and Rentals.
                                    JUNE LIST
            Entries in this list must be received on Wednesday
        June 23, 2010 from 2 pm to 8 pm at the Fair Office Building.
                              Prizes in Each Class:
           1st, $4.50; 2nd, $4.00; 3rd, $3.50; 4th, $3.00 5th, $2.50
                            plus any special prizes.
             Class/Section refers to Letter(s) and Number on left.
                                       ART WORK
                     Note—Suggested size to be 30cm x 45cm
AW JK Junior Kindergarten - Painting, any topic.
AW K Kindergarten - Painting, illustrating a Fairy Tale.
AW 1. Grade 1 - A Crayon Picture of a favourite story or poem - include title of selection.
AW 2. Grade 2 - A Cut & Paste Picture of a Favourite Animal.
AW 3. Grade 3 – Wax Crayon Resist “Imaginary Animals of the Jungle”.
AW 4. Grade 4 - A portrait.
AW 5. Grade 5 - A drawing showing perspective.
AW 6. Grade 6 - A landscape using tissue paper.
AW 7. Grade 7 - A landscape perspective.
AW 8. Grade 8 - A “Me” collage.
AW 9. JK-SK – Wax Crayon drawing of your favourite animal.
AW 10. Grades 1 & 2 – Pencil Crayon, Crayon or Marker drawing of “Summer Fun”.
Special – by Mr. & Mrs. Arie Vogel. 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.50; 5th, $1.00.
AW 11. Grades 3 & 4 - A Pen, Pencil Crayon or Crayon Drawing.
AW 12. Grades 5 & 6 - A pencil crayon drawing of a shoe.
AW 13. Grades 7 & 8 - A graffiti tag.
                               CREATIVE DIVISION
CJK Junior Kindergarten - Puppet made from a paper bag or paper plate.
CSK Sr. Kindergarten - Picture of me and my friend.
C 1. Grade 1 - A Story about a friend (animal or human) with illustration.
C 2. Grade 2 - Illustration of a favourite part of a book, including title.
C 3. Grade 3 - A diary entry page of a pioneer child.
C 4. Grade 4 - Design a family coat of arms.
C 5. Grade 5 – If I were a famous person (250 words approx).
C 6. Grade 6 - A Poster advertising a new product approx 30 x 45 cm.
C 7. Grades 7 & 8 - A Young Author’s Book.
Class C7 Special – by Judy Hughes 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.50; 5th, $1.00.
                                          HEALTH
               Note—Suggested size for Posters (30cm x 45cm)
HK Jr & Sr Kindergarten - Cut and Paste a favourite healthy meal, to be mounted on a paper
     plate.
H 1. Grade 1 - A poster to illustrate “Good Food Helps Me Grow”.
H 2. Grade 2 - A poster to explain “Proper Care of Your Teeth”.
H 3. Grade 3 - Design a poster showing a day’s healthy eating based on Canada’s Food
     Guide.
H 4. Grade 4 - Design a poster to advertise the benefits of a smoke free environment.
H 5. Grade 5 & 6 - A poster depicting the appropriate ways of “How to handle a Bully” 30 x 45
     cm.
Sponsored by Robert & Annette Schreuders. 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $1.50; 4th, $1.00.
H 6. Grade 7 & 8 – A comic depicting healthy living.
                 MATH, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
MTK Kindergarten - A picture made with geometrical shapes.
MT1. Grade 1 - A picto graph for any topic. Explain findings.
Sponsored by Jean Humphrey. 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $1.50; 4th, $1.00.
MT2. Grade 2 - Life cycle of an animal or insect.
MT3. Grade 3 - Make a survey and graph your findings.
MT4. Grade 4 - Create a story problem. Show problem and solution, Illustrate.
MT5. Grade 5 – Design and build a device that transforms one form of energy to another.
     Include a written explanation. Maximum size 30cm.
MT6. Grade 6 - Create your own picture on the computer, and colour with pencil crayons.
     Please note picture is to be the design of the student not a computer generated picture.
MT7. Grade 7 - A geometric design using a computer.
MT8. Grade 8 - Create a Venn diagram.
                                POSTER CONTEST
Topic: “My favourite thing to do/see at Rockton Fair. All entries are to be 30
x 45 cm mounted on black poster board with a 5 cm border. Please note
entries will be disqualified without border.
PC 1. JK & SK                        PC 3.         Grades 3 and 4
PC 2. Grades 1 and 2                 PC 4.         Grades 5 and 6
PC 5. Special – Grades 7 & 8 A Hand Drawn Poster Advertising Rockton Fair. Minimum size
      28cm x 43cm, maximum size 30.5cm x 46cm. Entries must be mounted on black art
      poster board with 5cm border, or they will be disqualified as they cannot be
      entered in Regional and National Competitions. Sponsored by OAAS.
      Prizes – 1st, $4.50; 2nd, $3.50; 3rd, $3.00; 4th, $2.50.
      Additional 1st Place: $20 gift certificate donated by Kelly Smith.
      Winner will be sent on to Area 6 for next level of competition.
                                 POETRY SPECIAL
                              All Entries to be Mounted
Special – PS 6 sponsored by Elizabeth Nowell
        – PS 7 sponsored by Cecil and Gladys Hamilton.
Prizes – 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.50; 5th, $1.00.
PSK JK & SK - Illustrate a Nursery Rhyme.
PS 1. Grade 1 An Original Poem.
PS 2. Grade 2 An Original Poem.
PS 3. Grade 3 An Original Acrostic of “Rockton Fair”.
PS 4. Grade 4 An Original Cinquain Poem.
PS 5. Grade 5 An Original Limerick Poem.
PS 6. Grade 6 An Original Haiku Poem.
PS 7. Grades 7 & 8 - An original Poem.
                                 SOCIAL STUDIES
All entries to be placed on approx. 30 x 45 cm paper.
ES K JK & SK - Drawing of a community helper
ES 1. Grade 1 - A map of your yard.
ES 2. Grade 2 - A travel poster illustrating life in an other country.
ES 3. Grade 3 - A poster promoting Westfield Heritage Village.
Special - by Friends of Westfield, 1st, $5.00; 2nd, $4.00; 3rd, $3.00
ES 4. Grade 4 – Map a medieval village.
ES 5. Grade 5 - A research project comparing 3 aspects of an early civilization to present day
         Canada. To be mounted on Bristol Board.
Special - sponsored by Judy Crawford. 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.50; 5th,
         $1.00.
ES 6. Grade 6 - Mounted display to describe the life of an Aboriginal
ES 7. Grade 7 – Design your own flag for New France with labeled symbols.
ES8. Grade 8 – Design a Canadian Winter Olympics Flag.
                                         FRENCH
FL K.   Kindergarten - A crayon picture with a printed title.
FL 1.   Grade 1 - A facial drawing, with 3 facial features labeled.
FL 2.   Grade 2 - A cut and paste picture of 5 garden vegetables labeled.
FL3.    Grade 3 - Draw and label 5 articles of winter clothing. Size 30cmx45cm max.
FL 4.   Grade 4 - Draw & label a picture of my family.
FL 5.   Grades 5 & 6 - Draw and label the seasons with a sentence describing each season.
FL 6.   Grades 7 & 8 – Design a game with / include rules.

                              OCTOBER LIST
Entries in this list must be received by 9:00 p.m., on the Thursday of
Thanksgiving Weekend. See Rule No. 10 of Rules and Regulations.
                           Prizes in Each Class:
 1st, $4.50; 2nd, $4.00; 3rd, $3.50; 4th, $3.00 5th, $2.50 plus any special
                                   money.
            Class/Section refers to Letter(s) and Number on left.
                                GRAIN AND CORN
     Please note: Grain is judged on presentation and the use of proper
      containers as well as its quality. No treated grain is to be shown.
          Special For Most Points in Grain and Corn sponsored
               by Anne & Frank Donkers 1st, $6.00; 2nd, $4.00
G 1. Oats, approx. 1 litre or quart jar.
G 2. Wheat, approx. 1 litre or quart jar.
G 3. Barley, approx. 1 litre or quart jar.
G 4. Soybeans, approx. 1 litre or quart jar.
G 5. Dent corn, approx. 1 litre or quart jar.
G 6. Mixed grain, approx. 1 litre or quart jar.
G 7. Sheaf of 4 Stalks Corn.
Sponsored by Settler Feed & Supply 1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.50; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
G 8. Kindergarten to Grade 4, Corn Ensilage, 1 litre ziploc bag.
G 9. Grades 5 to 8, Corn Ensilage, 1 litre ziploc bag.
G10. Kindergarten to Grade 4 - 5 cobs of Dent Corn, Husk removed.
G11. Grade 5 to 8 - 5 cobs of Dent Corn, Husk removed.
G12. Open - Longest stalk of corn, 1 stalk only.
                             FRUIT & VEGETABLES
                  How to Prepare Fruits & Vegetables for Exhibition.
1.     Choose medium sized carrots, potatoes, parsnips and beets.
2.     Choose regular shaped specimens.
3.     Choose specimens as nearly the same shape/size/colouring as possible.
4.     Cut off tops leaving only 2.5 cm.
5.     Choose specimens which are free from blemish of any kind.
6.     Polish with dry cloth, both Fruit and Vegetables.
7.     Choose onions. Bend the tops over some time before pulling so the tops stop growing and
       the onion part will grow larger. After pulling allow onions to dry in the sun. Do not peel.
8.     Choose uniform squash.
9.     Leave stems on fruit.
10.    Do not peel cauliflower or cabbage.
                                    VEGETABLES
       Special for most Points in Vegetable Classes donated by Knight Battery Sales:
       1st place, $6.00; 2nd place, $4.00.
V 1. A Turnip.
V 2. Junior Kindergarten - 5 Different Vegetables displayed on a Tray.
V 3. Kindergarten to Grade 4 - An Arrangement of Fresh Vegetables
       (one specimen of each) in a decorated box/tray, not to exceed 45 cm long.
Sponsored by J. Collins and Sons. 1st, $10.00; 2nd, $5.00.
V 4. Grades 5 to 8 - Display of Vegetables, minimum of 5 different
       vegetables, displayed in a suitable decorated container.
Sponsored by J. Collins and Sons. 1st, $10.00; 2nd, $5.00.
V 5. Parsnips, 3 roots.
Special – by C. & W. Struyk 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 6. Broccoli, 1 head.
Special – by Forthdale Farms 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 7. Beets, round type, 5 specimens.
V 8. Carrots, 5 specimens.
V 9. Odd shaped Carrot, sponsored by J. Collins and Sons. 1st, $10.00; 2nd, $5.00.
V 10. Squash, Acorn, 2 specimens.
V 11. Squash, Hubbard, 1 specimen.
Special – by J. Collins & Sons. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 12. Potatoes, Red, 3 tubers.
Special – by C. & W. Struyk. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 13. Potatoes, any other variety, not red, 3 tubers.
V 14. Onions, Spanish, 3 specimens.
V 15. Onions, Cooking, 3 specimens.
V 16. Pie Pumpkin, 2 specimens.
Special – by J. Collins & Sons. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 17. Red Cabbage, 1 specimen.
V 18. Savoy Cabbage, 1 specimen.
Special – by J. Collins & Sons. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 19. Cabbage, any other variety, 1 specimen.
V 20. Collection of 2 varieties of Peppers, 2 specimens each.
V 21. Butternut Squash, 2 specimens.
V 22. Buttercup Squash, 2 specimens.
V 23. Largest Squash, by circumference.
Special – by C. & W. Struyk. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 24. Largest Pumpkin, by circumference.
Special – by C. & W. Struyk. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 25. Longest Zucchini, 1 specimen, sponsored by J. Collins and Sons. 1st, $10; 2nd, $5.
V 26. Cauliflower, 1 specimen, Kindergarten to Grade 4.
Special – by Forthdale Farms. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 27. Cauliflower, 1 specimen, Grades 5 to 8.
Special – by Forthdale Farms. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 28. 5 Cobs Indian Corn, husks pulled back and tied.
Special – by Shearlea Acres 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
V 29. 1 Odd Shaped Potato, sponsored by J. Collins and Sons. 1st, $10.00; 2nd, $5.00.
V 30. Brussel Sprouts - one quart box.
V 31. The Largest Beet sponsored by J. Collins and Sons. 1st, $10.00; 2nd, $5.00.
V 32. Leeks - 3 specimens
V 33. A gourd centrepiece, suitable for a Thanksgiving dinner table. Please use at least 5
       specimens.
Sponsored by Shearlea Acres.1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.

                                           FRUIT
Fr 1. Five apples any type. Label as to what type of apples they are.
Special – by W. Lutz Orchards. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
Fr 2. Cherry Tomatoes one pint box.
Special – by Syd de Boer. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
Fr 3. Five Tomatoes, stems attached.
Fr 4. Concord Grapes one quart box.
Fr 5. Five Pears, any variety.
Special – by JosMar Orchards. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
Fr 6. Watermelon, 1 specimen.
Special – by Syd de Boer. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
                               AUTUMN SPECIALS
Sp 1. Open - An animal using only natural materials.
Special – by J. Collins & Sons. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50.
Sp 2. Kindergarten - Jack-o-Lantern, painted only.
Sp 3. Gr. 1 to Gr. 3 - Jack-o-Lantern, decorated only.
Sp 4. Gr. 4 & 5 Jack-o-Lantern, carved only.
Sp 5. Gr. 6, 7 & 8 Jack-o-Lantern, carved only.
Sp 6. Preschool - Kindergarten – A creature made from Vegetables or Gourds, decorated
         with only natural materials.
Sp 7. Grades 1& 2 – Paint and decorate a stone to resemble an animal.
Sp 8. Grades 3& 4 – Paint and decorate a stone to resemble an animal.
Sp 9. Grades 5 – 8 – Paint and decorate a stone to resemble an animal.
Sp 10. Open – A scarecrow, 1 m. in height maximum.
Sp 11. Jr. Open – A pressed leaf animal picture.
Sp 12. Sr. Open – Hallowe’en mask any media.
                                       FLOWERS
                  Special for Most Points in Flowers F 1. to F 30.
                  By Doug and Ruth Lee—1st, $6.00; 2nd, $4.00.
How to Prepare for Exhibition
1. Choose flowers with long stems.                5. No disposable cups.
2. Trim off buds showing colour.                  6. Use glass jars.
3. Choose only individual stems.                  7. Use only what is asked for in class.
4. Use no artificial flowers.
F1. Asters, 3 blooms.                          F4. Marigolds, under 5cm, 3 blooms.
F2. Zinnias, large, 3 blooms.                  F5. Marigolds, over 5cm, 3 blooms.
F3. Zinnias, pom pom, 3 blooms.
F6. A floral table centrepiece celebrating Rockton Fair.
F7. Calendula, 3 blooms.
F8. Petunias, Single, 3 blooms.                 F11. Gladioli, 3 spikes (use large container).
F9. Pansies, 3 blooms.                          F12. Cosmos, 3 blooms.
F10. Snapdragons, 3 spikes.                     F13. Floating Rose, 1 bloom.
F14. Chrysanthemums, 1 spray.
F15. Dahlias, large over 10cm, 1 bloom.
F16. Dahlias, Decorative, large, 7.5cm - 10cm,1 bloom.
F17. Dahlias, small, under 7.5cm 3 blooms.
F18. Arrangement of Natural Foliage and Wild Flowers in a Child’s Rubber Boot.
F19. Flowers in a Pumpkin.
F20. Bouquet in a Mug.
F21. Miniature Flower Arrangement in a Nut Shell, glued on a base.
F22. Geranium, 1 perfect bloom, self foliage, in decorated container.
F23. African Violet.
F24. Floral Arrangement in a small toy.
F25. A dining room table arrangement for Hallowe’en.
F26. Dried Flower Arrangement suitable for a kitchen table.
F27. Bouquet of Natural Grains, Rushes, Grasses (not wild flowers). Not to exceed 50 cm.
F28. Kindergarten to Grade 4. Special – Thanksgiving Basket, using fruit, vegetables & flowers
Special – by Lynden Horticultural Society.
F29. Grades 5 to 8. Special - Thanksgiving Basket, using fruit, vegetables & flowers .
Special – by Lynden Horticultural Society 1st, $6.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00.
F30. 1 Specimen of any other Flower not listed.
F31. Arrangement using at least 4 perennials.
                                BAKING AND FOOD
            Special for Most Points in Baking and Food, B 1. to B 11.
              by Cecil and Gladys Hamilton—1st, $6.00; 2nd, $4.00.
B 1.     Preschool – Kindergarten – Decorate Rice crispy square, not to exceed 10 x 10 cm.
B 2.     Grade 1 & 2 - a patterned candy necklace.
B 3.     Grade 3 & 4 - 3 unbaked squares or cookies.
B 4.     Grades 5 - 8 - 3 pieces of Chocolate Fudge.
B 5.     Preschool – Kindergarten – Decorate a Cupcake
B 6.     Grade 1 & 2 - 3 chocolate chip cookies.
B 7.     Grade 3 & 4 – 2 Fruit Muffins.
B 8.     Grade 5 – 8 – 3 pieces of sponge toffee.
B 9.     Preschool to Kindergarten - Decorate one large Cookie, not to exceed 20 cm.
B 10.    Grade 1 & 2 – Decorate one large Cookie, not to exceed 20 cm.
B 11.    Grade 3 & 4 – Decorate one large Cookie, not to exceed 20 cm.
B 12     Grade 5 & 6 – 1 Decorated cake, using a Styrofoam base.
B 13.    Grade 7 & 8 – 3 Butter Tarts.
B 14.    Open – 3 Nutritious snacks for Santa in a decorated container.
                              CRAFTS (and Hobbies)
Cr 1.    Pre-school – Creature made from cotton balls.
Cr 2.    JK & SK - An animal made from an empty milk carton.
Cr 3.    Grade 1 - Animal fridge magnet.
Cr 4.    Grade 2 – Dress your teddy bear for a party.
Cr 5.    Grade 3 - Structure made from popsicle sticks.
Cr 6.    Grade 4 - Handmade Christmas Card.
Cr 7.    Grade 5 - A decorated t-shirt, with fabric paint.
Cr 8.    Grade 6 - Decorate a Garden Glove.
Cr 9.    Grades 7 & 8 - An item made of wood.
Cr 10.   Pre-school – Kindergarten - A farm vehicle made from recycled materials.
Cr 11.   Grade 1 & 2 – A farm vehicle made from recycled materials.
Cr 12.   Grade 3 & 4 – A farm vehicle made from recycled materials.
Cr 13.   Grades 5 - 8 - Painting on Wood, limit 30 x 30 cm.
Cr 14.   Pre-school – Kindergarten – A bank made from recycled materials.
Cr 15.   Grade 1 & 2 - A bank made from recycled materials.
Cr 16.   Grade 3 & 4 – A parade float made from a shoebox.
Cr 17.   Grades 5 - 8 - Create a garden stepping stone.
Cr 18.   Pre-school - Kindergarten - Trick or Treat container.
Cr 19.   Grade 1 & 2 – Trick or Treat container.
Cr 20.   Grade 3 & 4 - Trick or Treat container.
Cr 21.   Grades 5 – 8 – Create a musical instrument.
Cr 22. Open - Country Door Theme.
Special Prize Money by Ted and Jinnie Wilson. 1st, $5.00; 2nd, $3.00; 3rd, $2.00.
Cr.23. Pre-school – Kindergarten – A crafted Christmas Ornament.
Cr 24. Grade 1 & 2 - A crafted Christmas Ornament.
Cr 25. Grade 3 & 4 – A crafted Christmas Ornament.
Cr 26. Grades 5 - 8 - A crafted Christmas Ornament.
Cr 27. JK - Grade 1 - An article of Bread Dough.
Special – by Don Zver Pottery. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50
Cr 28. Grades 2 - 4 - An article of Bread Dough.
Special – by Donn Zver Pottery. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50
Cr 29 Grades 5 - 8 - An article of Bread Dough.
Special – by Donn Zver Pottery. 1st, $2.50; 2nd, $2.25; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.75; 5th, $1.50
                         NEEDLEWORK AND SEWING
N 1.     Kindergarten to Grade 1 - Stitch an outline of a favourite toy on fabric.
N 2.     Grade 2 - An item made from plastic canvas & yarn.
N 3.     Grade 3 - Christmas Stocking.
N 4.     Grade 4 - A Fabric Puppet.
N 5.     Grade 5 - Sew a bag. Not to exceed 45cm x 45cm.
N 6.     Grade 6 & 7 - Any Sewn Stuffed Item.
N 7.     Grade 7 & 8 - Any Article of Clothing.
N 8.     JK to Grade 1 - A decorated sock puppet.
N 9.     Grade 2 - 4 - Hand-sewn Christmas decoration.
N 10. Grade 5 - 8 - A home made pillow.
N 11. Open - Any item not otherwise listed.
N 12. Grade 5 to 8, Any item of needlework.
Special – most points N1 – N12 by Carolyn Flatt, 1st, $6.00; 2nd, $4.00
                                    PHOTOGRAPHY
A colour print, no larger than 4x6 inch photo, mounted on black Bristol board.
            Border must be 1 to 2cm. Not to exceed either.
            PHOTO MUST HAVE BEEN TAKEN BY STUDENT.
P 1.     Preschool to Grade 1 - Group of People.
P 2.     Preschool to Grade 1 - Landscape.
P 3.     Preschool to Grade 1 – Outdoor Fun.
P 4.     Preschool to Grade 1 – A Pet(s).
P 5.     Preschool to Grade 1 – Any item not otherwise listed.
Special – most points P1 – P5 by Barb Manel. 1st, $6.00; 2nd, $4.00
P 6.     Grade 2 to Grade 4 - Group of People.
P 7.     Grade 2 to Grade 4 - Landscape.
P 8.     Grade 2 to Grade 4 – Outdoor Fun.
P 9.     Grade 2 to Grade 4 – A Pet(s).
P 10. Grade 2 to Grade 4 – Any item not otherwise listed.
Special – most points P6 – P10 by Barb Manel. 1st, $6.00; 2nd, $4.00
P 11. Grade 5 to Grade 8 – Group of People.
P 12. Grade 5 to Grade 8 – Landscape.
P 13. Grade 5 to Grade 8 – Outdoor Fun.
P 14. Grade 5 to Grade 8 – A Pet(s).
P 15. Grade 5 to Grade 8 – Any item not otherwise listed.
Special – most points P11 – P15 by Barb Manel. 1st, $6.00; 2nd, $4.00

                       SPELLING BEE - ROCKTON FAIR
                         Saturday, October 9th, 2010
             9:00 a.m. in the DA Campbell Entertainment Centre
                 Convener - Anne Jones-Abel - 905-627-4591
Committee - Jean Humphrey, Pat James, John Overmeyer, Erin Crickmore Mattis.
1. The Spelling Bee is open to students in Grades 4 and 5.
2. A school team consists of five students. The team must contain some
   Grade 4 students and some Grade 5 students.
3. The grade is the one in which the student is registered as of September 2010.
4. Each school may enter one team.
5. Pre-registration of the teams is required by September 30.
6. Details will be mailed to area schools in April 2010.
The winning team will receive a trophy donated by Gladys and Cecil Hamilton and cash prizes.
Team members will receive participation ribbons and midway tickets donated by Campbell
Amusements. This contest is, again this year, supported by the Strabane Optimists.
                          PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEST
    Co-Conveners: Ruth Lee, 519-647-3709 & Terrie Wilson, 519-621-3362
  Committee:Edith & Bill Hinrichs,Patti Schneider,Karalyn Wilson,Dianne Cowlin.
                Saturday, October 9th, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
                    in the D.A. Campbell Entertainment Centre
Class I   - Preschool - Topic - Open - 2 minutes.
           1st, $10.00, 2nd, $8.00; 3rd, $7.00; 4th, $6.00; 5th, $5.00.
Class II - J.K. and Kindergarten - Topic - Open - 2 minutes.
           1st, $10.00, 2nd, $8.00; 3rd, $7.00; 4th, $6.00; 5th, $5.00.
Class III - Grades 1 & 2 - Topic - Open 3 minutes.
           1st, $12.00, 2nd, $10.00; 3rd $8.00; 4th, $7.00; 5th, $6.00.
Class IV - Grades 3 & 4 - Topic - Open 3 minutes.
           1st, $12.00, 2nd, $10.00; 3rd $8.00; 4th, $7.00; 5th, $6.00.
Class V - Grades 5 & 6 - Topic - Open 3 minutes.
           1st, $15.00; 2nd, $13.00; 3rd, $12.00 4th, $10.00; 5th, $8.00.
Class VI - Grades 7 & 8 - Topic - Open 4 minutes.
           1st, $15.00; 2nd, $13.00; 3rd, $12.00 4th, $10.00; 5th, $8.00.
Commemorative Plaque donated by Sheffield Lions Club awarded to 1st prize
speaker in each Class. Midway tickets provided to all participants by Campbell
Amusements & Ed Oldham. All non-winning participants will receive cash award of
$2.00 and merit ribbons. All contestants must pre-register by 6pm Friday October
8, 2010, please call Ruth Lee, 519-647-3709 or Patti Schneider519-647-3250.
The autographed books for all competitors are generously donated by
Mrs. Jean Rappolt & Family.
                                          PET SHOW
                           Sunday, October 10th, 2010
                at 1:30 p.m. on COUNTRY COMPETITION STAGE
              Beside the Craft Building. Registration at1:00 p.m.
           Co-Chairpersons - Allison & Craig Foulser, 905-685-7598
               Assistant Chairperson - Ian Flatt - 905-628-6218.
   Committee-Carolyn Flatt, Wm. Hinrichs, Karen Mabee, Emily & Kirk Wannop.
                                 RULES NO ENTRY FEE
  Classes open to boys and girls 14 years of age and under. Pets must belong to the exhibitor’s family.
       Animals must be on a leash or caged. Pets may not exceed 200 lbs.
   Children must be able to control their pet without the aid of a parent on
                                               stage.
        Prizes: 1st, $4.00; 2nd, $3.75; 3rd, $3.50; 4th, $3.25; 5th, $3.00.
                         Merit Ribbons given to all other Entries.
           Gift Bags supplied by Settler’s Feed Supplies in Sheffield, ON
Class 1-     Fancy Turnout A - Dog; B - Cat; C - any other Pet.
SPECIAL:     $10 1st place prize for winner in A, B & C. Special Prize in Memory of Harold
             Gairdiner, Pet Show founding member, presented by his family.
Class 2-     Most colourful pet.
Class 3-     Obstacle course for dogs - 3 pylons
Class 4-     Your Pet on Wheels, any variety. Mr. Edward R. Biddle Trophy to be
             presented.
Class 5-     Rabbit with largest feet. Mr. Paul Biddle trophy to be presented.
Class 6-     Master most resembling his/her Pet without costumes.
Class 7-     Best Performance, Any Pet. Trophy presented to Pet displaying Best
             Performance by Mr. And Mrs. Wm. Hinrichs.
Class 8-     Best Pair of “Look-A-Like” Animals or Fowl.
Class 9-     The largest cat. The Hudson Trophy to be presented.
Class 10-    Rockton Fair Mascot (Burgundy & Gold Colours). Special Prize in Memory of
             Torie, the Jack Russell presented by the Graham Family.
Class 11-    Best Pure Bred Adult Dog. A-Small B-Large (Papers not required).
SPECIAL: GRAND CHAMPION PET - All first prize winners are eligible.
             Trophy donated by Ken Sheppard family. To be competed for annually. To be
             held by winner for one year. No previous winners are eligible.
Trophies won will be presented at Awards Night in November.
Free doughnuts from Tim Hortons will be given to all exhibitors at end of show.

								
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