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2011 Spencer
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                             502-477-2211
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                             45 E. Main Street
                             Taylorsville, Ky.

                     Credit Cards Accepted
           All Major Credit Cards Accepted
                        SPENCER COUNTY FAIR 2011                                                      3


                           SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
FRIDAY, JULY 15                                   SATURDAY, JULY 16
7:00 PM CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT(P)                    5:00 PM ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL (CKAP/Salt River)(R)
7:30 PM HORSE PULL(T)                             7:00 PM SPENCER COUNTY 4-H & FFA SWINE SHOW (B)
                                                  7:00 PM COCA-COLA YOUTH TALENT SHOW(P)
                                                  7:30 PM HORSE PULL (T)


   NO RIDES JULY 15TH & 16TH GATE ADMISSION $10.00
          EVERYONE PAYS GATE ADMISSION
TUESDAY, JULY 26                                  FRIDAY, JULY 29
7:00 PM MINIATURE HORSE SHOW (R)                  6:00 PM ARCHERY SHOOT (R)
7;00 MUD BOG Tentatively (MP)                     6:00 PM SPENCER COUNTY 4-H & FFA BEEF SHOW (B)
7:30 PM MISS SPENCER CO. PAGEANT(P)               6:30 PM SPENCER COUNTY 4-H & FFA DAIRY SHOW (B)
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27                                6:30 PM OPEN DAIRY SHOW(B)
10:00 AM-1:00 PM ENTER EXHIBITS(E)                6:30 PM ENTERTAINER DEWAYNE SPAW
7:00 PM BARNYARD OLYMPICS (T)                     7:00 PM EXHIBITS OPEN (E)
7:00 PM EXHIBITS OPEN(E)                          7:00 PM TODDLER SHOW(P)
7:00 PM TRUCK TUG-O-WAR(R)                        7:00 PM OUT OF FIELD TRACTOR PULL(T)
7:30 PM MISS TEEN PAGEANT(P)                      8:00 PM KARAOKE CONTEST (P)
8:00 PM BACKSEAT DRIVING CONTEST (T)                      (FOLLOWS TODDLER SHOW)
THURSDAY, JULY 28                                 SATURDAY, JULY 30
6:00 PM KID’S CHALLENGE (R)                       9:00 AM-10:00 AM PICKUP EXHIBITS(E)
7:00 PM NORTHERN KENTUCKY DIESEL TRUCK PULL(T)    6:00 PM MUD BOG(MP)
7:00 PM EXHIBITS OPEN (E)                         6:00 PM GARDEN TRACTOR PULL(T)
7:30 PM PEDAL PULL(R)                             6:30 PM BABY SHOW(P)
7:30 PM LITTLE MISS & MISTER PAGEANT(P)           730 PM MOTHER/DAUGHTER LOOK-ALIKE CONTEST
8:30 PM MISS PRETEEN PAGEANT(P)                           (AFTER TODDLER SHOW)(P)
(FOLLOWS LITTLE MISS & MISTER CONTEST)            8:00 PM FATHER /SON LOOK-ALIKE CONTEST
                                                          (AFTER MOTHER/DAUGHTER)(P)
(B)-BARNS           (E)-EXHIBIT HALL
(MP)-MUD PIT        (P)-PAVILION                 Visit us at WWW.SPENCERCOUNTYFAIR.ORG
(R)-RING            (T)-TRACK                    OR FOR LATEST NEWS AND UPDATES ON
(MP)-MUD PIT                                     FACEBOOK AT SPENCER COUNTY FAIR.



               SPENCER COUNTY FAIR WELCOMES MIRACLE RIDES
                        OPEN JULY 26-JULY 30 6:00 PM
                                   GATE ADMISSION $10.00
                    INCLUDES ALL EVENTS AND RIDES AND PARKING
                        EVERYONE MUST PAY GATE ADMISSION
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                         TABLE OF CONTENTS
ADVERTISER DIRECTORY                  07   4-H NEEDLEWORK                         31
ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL CKAP/SALTRIVER 17     4-H OPEN ARTS & CRAFTS                 32
ANTIQUES                              22   4-H OPEN FOODS                         32
ARCHERY                               49   4-H OPEN HORTICULTURE                  28
BABY CONTEST                          50   4-H PHOTOGRAPHY                        31
BACKSEAT DRIVING CONTEST              35   4-H RECORD BOOK                        28
BARNYARD OLYMPICS                     34   4-H SECRETARY’S BOOK                   31
CLOTHING, NEEDLE WORK, CRAFTS &            4-H SEWING                             33
CERAMICS                              22   4-H TOBACCO                            28
CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT                   08   4-H WOOD SCIENCE                       32
COCA COLA TALENT CONTEST              16   FUTURE FARMERS                         26
ENTERTAINER DEWAYNE SPAW              45   GARDEN TRACTOR PULL                    54
EXHIBIT HALL RULES                    21   HORITCULTURE                           26
FAIR BEARS                            44   KARAOKE CONTEST                        49
FAIR BOARD MEMBERS                    05   KIDS CHALLENGE                         37
FAIR RULES & REGULATIONS              06   LITTLE MISS & MISTER PAGEANT           40
FATHER & SON LOOK ALIKE CONTEST       51   LIVESTOCK RULES & REGULATIONS          06
FIELD CROPS                           26   MINIATURE HORSE SHOW                   18
FLOWERS                               25   MISS PRE-TEEN PAGEANT                  41
4-H & FFA BEEF SHOW Spencer Co. Only  43   MISS SPENCER CO. PAGEANT               19
4-H & FFA DAIRY SHOW                  47   MISS TEEN PAGEANT                      19
4-H & FFA SWINE SHOW Spencer Co. Only 14   MOTHER DAUGHTER LOOK
4-H ARTS & CRAFTS                     27     ALIKE CONTEST                        51
4-H CLOVERBUD ARTS & CRAFTS           32   MUD BOG Tentatively                    17
4-H CLOVERBUD OPEN FOODS              32   MUD BOG                                53
4-H CLUB DEPT. RULES                  27   OPEN BURLEY                            26
4-H CONSUMER & FINANCIAL ED.          27   OPEN DAIRY SHOW                        47
4-H CROPS                             28   OPEN FINE ARTS                         24
4-H ELECTRIC                          27   OPEN FOODS                             21
4-H ENTOMOLOGY                        29   PEDAL PULL                             37
4-H FOODS                             30   SCHEDULE OF EVENTS                     03
4-H FOOD PRESERVATION                 30   TODDLER CONTEST                        50
4-H FORESTRY                          27   TRACTOR PULL HOT FARM                  48
4-H GEOLOGY                           29   TRUCK PULL Northern KY Diesel          38
4-H HOME ENVIRONMENT                  30   TRUCK TUG                              36
4-H HORTICULTURE & PLANT SCIENCE 29        WORLD’S LARGEST HORSE PULL             10
4-H HORTICULTURE PHOTOGRAPHY          31
4-H LEADERSHIP                        32
New for 2011 Clover Trends & Traditions       A Taylorsville Dealer~502-477-9615
Clover Photography                    32
                                      32       DISH Network*DirecTV*Pre-Wire
Clover 4-H Note Card
Historical Projects Aprons            33         Wild Blue Internet*HughesNet
Recording History                     33            AT&T Wireless*PrePaid
4-H Cake Decorating                   33               www.kywiring.com
Foodscapes                            33 753 Taylorsville Rd (between the carwash &DQ)
Cupcakes                              33 Store Hours: Mon-Fri 10 am-7pm Sat 10am-5pm
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          2011 SPENCER COUNTY FAIR BOARD
                    OFFICERS                                             DIRECTORS
                                                               MIKE BLACKBURN      FAYE ROGERS
                                                               TERI EICHERT        AMY SCHRADER
President...................................Dwight Martin
                                                               JIMMY HANCE         DARRIS SLUCHER
Vice-President.............................David Taylor
                                                               DEBBIE HERNDON      JOE SLUCHER
Secretary.........................................Pam Karrer   DUANE HUME          JORDAN SLUCHER
Treasurer....................................Amy Schrader      VALARIE HUME        TERRI SLUCHER
Co-Treasurer.....................................Jim Naive     CONNIE JEFFIERS     TAMMY SNIDER
                                                               PAM KARRER          KEITH STINNETT
        ORGANIZATION LEADERS                                   DWIGHT MARTIN       GREG STUMP
                                                               BOBBY MONTGOMERY    DAVID TAYLOR
Agricultural Extension Agent.....Bryce Roberts                 DWAYNE MONTGOMERY   BRITTANY THOMAS
Home Economics Agent.............Allison Lewis                 JIM NAIVE           SHIRLEY THOMAS
4-H Agent................................Mollie Tichenor       ELLEN REDMON        JAN TRAVIS
FFA Advisor..................................Bland Baird                           SCOTT WILLIAMS
FFA Advisor..... ......................Darryl Matherly
FCCLA Advisor........................Jeanice Prather               EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Farm Bureau President..............Scott Williams                         Connie Jeffiers
Spencer Co. Judge Executive..........Bill Karrer                          Amy Schrader
                                                                          Shirley Thomas




   The Spencer County Fair Board Officers would like to thank the many volunteers
  who help make the County Fair a success every year. A volunteer is someone who
  works for free for a community. By definition, a volunteer worker does not get paid.
  Every year Fair Board members and community minded citizens work to bring
  Spencer County a fair to be proud of. The hours are long and the work is hard, all
  done without pay and sometimes without a thank you. Please know your work does
  not go unnoticed or unappreciated.



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      MACHINERY & PARTS
                               4804 Taylorsville Road
                               Taylorsville, KY 40071
                                        502-477-2561
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                               FAIR RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Admission Policy-Everyone who enters the Spencer County Fairgrounds is required to pay the admission fee of $10.00.
    Friday-Saturday, July 15-16. Ages 6 and under free, 7 & up $10.00 NO RIDES.
    Tuesday-Saturday, July 26-30. Ages 2 and up $10.00 includes midway rides. Under 2 will have to pay $5.00 for rides.
    NO RAIN CHECKS ON GATE ADMISSION-NO RE-ADMISSION TO GROUNDS ONCE YOU LEAVE!!!!
2. A ticket will be given with each paid gate admission. Ticket must be exchanged to get hand stamped which will be required to ride the carnival
    attractions.
3. Farm animals will not be permitted on or near the midway and concession area.
4. No pets allowed.
5. No person or persons are allowed on the grounds after fair hours unless authorized by the Fair Board.
6. No coolers, no glass, be it container or otherwise, allowed on the premises unless approved by Fair Board. It is unlawful to bring alcoholic
    beverages or controlled substances onto fairgrounds.
7. The Fair Board reserves the right to close any exhibit it deems to be set up or operated in any way not in the best interest of the fair.
8. Decision of the judges will be final.
9. All entries to be exhibited in owner’s name.
10. If there is no competition in any class, the entry will be judged on its merit alone.
11. All exhibits must have been made or produced by person exhibiting.
12. All exhibitors entering articles in the Exhibit Hall must adhere to the rules and regulations of the Exhibit Hall.
13. Exhibits limited to Spencer County residents only, unless otherwise specified. Livestock open classes are open to all exhibitors unless otherwise
    specified.
14. The Spencer County Fair is planned and conducted according to the rules and regulations of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture for the use of
    state funds.
15. The Spencer County Fair Board will exercise every precaution to safeguard the public, exhibitors, employees and exhibits, but positively will not be
    liable for death, loss, theft, damages or injuries to persons, animals or articles.
16. Entries made in 4-H, FFA and FHA classes must have been produced in conjunction with an approved project sponsored by the organizations.
    ALL ENTRIES RESERVED FOR MEMBERS OF SPENCER COUNTY CLUBS ONLY.
17. Booth policy - must be in rented booth in order to distribute literature, includes political candidates.
18. No firearms-concealed or otherwise allowed on grounds except for peace officers.
19. No ATV’s allowed on fairground property except those used by the Fair Board, carnival workers, security and Law Officers.
20. Shirt and shoes are required at all times while on fairgrounds.
21. Any participant or representative attempting to interfere with judges before, during or after their event will cause the participant to be
    disqualified from participation.
22. The management of the Fair reserves the final and absolute right to interpret rules and regulations and settle all matters in question and
    differences that may arise in connection with holding, managing and promoting the Fair.
23. The Spencer County Fair reserves the right to remove from the grounds any person of disorderly conduct and neither the Spencer County Fair
     nor its personnel shall be liable for such actions.
24. Any member of the Fair Board shall have the authority, without liablilty or recourse to the Spencer County Fair, to bar an exhibitor, participant or
     their representative in the event of a discourteous act to a judge, exhibitor, or official of the Fair and shall
     have the power to disqualify the exhibitor/participant who would have to forfeit all entry fees and any prize money that may have been awarded
     them.
25 Everyone enters at their own risk. Spencer County Fair Board is not responsible for accidents or lost or stolen property.
26. The Fair Board reserves the right to make changes, postpone or call off an event at any time.
      Fairgrounds phone: (502) 477-9992.



                                            Livestock Health Requirements
    All livestock/animals offered for sale or exhibition at Kentucky County Fairs shall meet the following
    regulations according to KRS Chapter 257:
        a. 302 Kar 20:040 (Entry into Kentucky)
        b. 302 Kar 20:065 (Sale and Exhibition of Kentucky Origin Livestock)
    Any questions concerning these health regulations should be directed to your local veterinarian or
    the Kentucky State Veterinarian’s office at 502-564-3965.
    Livestock Health Regulations can be obtained on the Kentucky Department of Agriculture Web site:
                                 http://www.kyagr.com/state_vet/ah/index.htm

         Please be advised that Livestock Health Regulations are subject to change any time.
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    ADVERTISER DIRECTORY

A&M OIL                       13
BAGDAD ROLLER MILLS           42
BLUEGRASS FARM & LAWN         20
BLUEGRASS STOCKYARDS          42
BOBCAT ENTERPRISES
BENNETT’S DO IT BEST
                              46
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                                    SPENCER COUNTY
DAIRY QUEEN                   15   “A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE,
DAUGHERTY’S BODY SHOP         09       WORK AND PLAY”
FARM CREDIT                   12          www.spencercountyky.gov
GOEBEL & HENRY REAL ESTATE    51
GREENWELL BROTHERS            11
HERNDONS TAXIDERMY            10              Bill Karrer
HOMETOWN PHARMACY             05   SPENCER COUNTY JUDGE-EXECUTIVE
JACOBI                        38                P.O. BOX 397
JEFFIERS ANGUS FARM           43         TAYLORSVILLE, KY 40071
JUSTIN GOODLETT, FARRIER      37           OFFICE:502-477-3205
KENTUCKY FARM BUREAU          56               FAX: 477-3206
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR           44        TOLL-FREE:1-888-497-9341
MARTIN HEATING & AIR          52        BKarrer@spencercountyky.gov
NAIVES BEEF FARM              43
NUTT CONSTRUCTION             37               Mike Moody
PEOPLES BANK                  15            Magistrate District 1
PLUM CREEK RENTAL             39               502-387-3327
PORTER & ASSOCIATES           13       MikeMoody@spencercountyky.gov
PREMIER REALTORS              53
RADIO SHACK                   04                Hobert Judd
SALT RIVER RECC               35            Magistrate District 2
SLUCHER LAWN CARE             35                502-477-8450
SPENCER CO. CLERK             54       HobertJudd@spencercountyky.gov
SPENCER CO. FARM BUREAU       56
SPENCER CO. JUDGE EXECUTIVE   07                 Jerry Davis
SPENCER CO. LIONS CLUB        13             Magistrate District 3
SPENCER CO. NEWS              08                502-710-1494
SPENCER CO. SHERIFF           34       JerryDavis@spencercountyky.gov
SPENCER TROPHIES              10
TAYLORSVILLE COUNTRY MART     55          Ronald “Woodie” Cheek
TEA CUP                       41            Magistrate District 4
TWIN PLUM FARM                14               502-477-9451
VALLEY APPAREL                39         Woodie@spencercountyky.gov
VERBECK & KALEHER CPA         51
WAYNES FARM MACHINERY         05              David Goodlett
YATES REAL ESTATE             08            Magistrate District 5
                                                502-738-6389
                                      DavidGoodlett@spencercountyky.gov
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                                                  CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT
                                                 FRIDAY, JULY 15 7:00 PM

    Contact Duane Hume or Valorie Hume 502-422-1007

    Registration/warm up start @ 6:00 pm
    Tournament draw is 6:30 pm
    Tournament will get underway at 7:00 pm
    Entry fee $25.00 per team
    Everyone pays gate admission of $10.00 each
    Double elimination
    40 team maximum tournament


    Prize 100% Payback of entry fee to be determined according to teams



              Robert Yates Real Estate Inc.
                       www.Robert YatesRealEstate.com
                                                                        SPENCERNEWS on Web Site
                               (502)477-8310                              www.spencernews.org
                       Robert Yates, Principal Broker
                                 639-7080
                       Working hard to meet all                        Featuring:
                                                                          Weather updates hourly
                      of your Real Estate needs!                          Kentucky News
                                                                          Louisville News
                   Before you buy or sell GIVE US A CALL!                 National News
                                                                          Local News
                                                                          Meetings
                                                                          Obituaries
                                                                          Spencer Co. INFO.
                                                                          Advertising
                                                                          List up coming Reunions
                                                                          List your meetings



         Robert Yates, Agent                 Jane Schultz, Agent         Spencer News on phone daily at
              639-7080 Thomas J. Cannon,Agent 321-0329                           502-477-5642
                                  475-6041                                 SpencerNews@insightbb.com
        Richard Yates, Agent                   Denise Ruddell, Agent
             643-5592                                548-2844
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    Second Generation Of Collision Repair Specialists


DAUGHERTY’S
BODY SHOP
      Best ”
      “Expect Th




 • High Tech Equipment • Foreign & Domestic
 • Pick-Up & Delivery  • Assistance With All Insurance
 • Competitive Prices  • Assistance With Car
                         Rental          477-5443


                   477-9898
www.daughertysbodyshop.com               910 TAYLORSVILLE RD, TAYLORSVILLE, KY
10                                             53rd ANNUAL
                                        WORLD’S LARGEST HORSE PULL
                                           JULY 15 & 16 7:30 PM
TWO CLASSES: FRIDAY OVERWEIGHT
             SATURDAY HEAVYWEIGHT
*PULL SANCTIONED AND RUNS UNDER RULES OF THE BLUEGRASS HORSE PULL ASSOCIATION
*MUST BE A MEMBER OF ASSOCIATION TO PULL
*PULL ON SLED SLED TO BE SPOTTED ON THE THIRD PULL ONLY
*WEIGH IN 10:00 AM FRIDAY, JULY 15
*ALL TEAMS WILL PARTICIPATE IN CALCUTTA AUCTION
*EVERYONE PAYS GATE ADMISSION--$10.00
*ENTRY FEE PER TEAM $30.00
*THERE WILL BE A TROPHY GIVEN FOR FIRST AND SECOND PLACE
*NEITHER THE FAIR BOARD NOR THE OFFICIALS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENT
*THE FAIR BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES, POSTPONE OR CALL OFF EVENT AT ANY TIME
*KENTUCKY LAW: ALL HORSES MUST HAVE NEGATIVE BLOOD TEST FOR INFECTIOUS ANEMIA (COGGINS TEST)
 TEST MUST BE AFTER AUGUST 1, 2010
*ALL OUT OF STATE HORSES MUST HAVE A HEALTH CERTIFICATE FROM AN ACCREDITED VETERINARIAN WITHIN 30
DAYS OF PULL
PRIZE MONEY
1st $500 & Trophy 6th $150 11th $90
2nd $400 & Trophy 7th $125 12th $80
3rd $300             8th $120 13th $60
4th $200             9th $110 14th $50
5th $175            10th $100 15th $40

For additional information contact: Chris Hatfield 270-256-0562, Carrol Peyton 502-552-3387, Dwight Martin 502-477-9992




                   HERNDON’S TAXIDERMY                             Spencer Trophies
                      DEER PROCESSING
                                                                     Computerized Engraving
                                                                      Ribbons and Plaques
                                                                           Trophies
                                                                           Gift Items
                  “Game Head Specialist”


 Custom Meat Processing - Webb’s
         Specialty Meats
    Refrigerated After Hours     2787 Plum Ridge Road
   Dropoff Box During Season     Taylorsville, Ky. 40071
          502-477-8961           502-477-8961
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           EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE
                            24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE

      Budget Plan - Fixed Price Protection - Automatic Debit




                             On Demand Tankless Hot Water Heaters
                               Above & Underground Installation
                                      Automatic Delivery
                              Heating & Air Conditioning Service
                                 Grill Cylinder Filling Station
                                        Space Heaters

                         TOLL FREE 1-888-252-8375
                          Spencer County 477-8463

               200 Taylorsville Road, Taylorsville, KY 40071
Serving Anderson, Bullitt, Jefferson, Nelson, Shelby, Spencer and Washington Counties
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                                  Meet Robert                 Junie Long

                                   (and we made them a loan)


     Admits once belonging to
     cause groups including FFA.
                                                                                         Loves to drive the tractor.


     Never played golf;
     owns a shotgun &
     enjoys bird hunting.                                                                      Grew and ate some
                                                                                                of her own garden
                                                                                           vegetables last summer.
     Secretly sneaks off
     to the co-op store on
     Saturday mornings.

                                                                                              Took her son's video
                                                                                            games away and bought
     Receives their electricity                                                               him a 4-H calf. (He's
     from a rural co-op                                                                        now studying animal
     (and they love it).                                                                        science at Purdue.)




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          A & M OIL COMPANY
                   502-477-8140            1-800-844-6217

            1088 Bloomfield Road, Taylorsville, Ky. 40071
  See us for your home, farm and business needs.


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                                             SPENCER COUNTY
                                              SPENCER COUNTY
  J. CHESTER PORTER AND ASSOCIATES              LIONS CLUB
 J. CHESTER PORTER AND ASSOCIATES               LIONS CLUB
                                                       1583 Plum Creek
                                                    1583 PlumCreek Rd Rd
           S.
   CHARLES S. TICHENOR                                Taylorsville, Ky. 40071
                                                   Taylorsville, Ky. 40071
CHARLES S. TICHENOR
     TTORNEY LAW
    ATTORNEY AT LAW
        ATTORNEY AT LAW                     HELP US HELP OTHERS
                                           HELP US HELPOTHERS
                                                   New Members Needed
                                                  New MembersNeeded
                                                      Meeting 7:00 P.M.
                                                     Meeting7:00 P.M.
                                               Second and Fourth Mondays
                                                      Second Mondays at
37 WEST MAIN STREET
37 WEST MAIN STREET
                                                              at
                                                       Spencer County
P.O. BOX 509
P.O. BOX 509
                                               Elk Creek Grocery/Restuarant
                                                       Extension Office
TAYLORSVILLE, KY. KY. 40071                        4881 Taylorsville Road
TAYLORSVILLE, 40071                         President-Robert Ogborn      477-8523
                                             President-Elwood Maddox 477-6360
                                            Vice President-Kim            477-6351
                   PHONE (502) 477-6412
                 PHONE (502) 477-6412        Secretary-Robert Ogborn 477-8523
                                            Treasurer-Victor Coulter     477-0898
                      FAX (502) 477-2169
                    FAX (502) 477-2169      Sight Chair-Lula Bell Maddox 477-6360
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                                      SPENCER COUNTY 4-H & FFA SWINE SHOW
                                           SATURDAY, JULY 16 7:00PM

COMMITTEE: BLAND BAIRD CHAIRMAN, DARRYL MATHERLY, DENNIS BUTLER, LARRY BUTLER, BOBBY MONTGOMERY,
DWAYNE MONTGOMERY
RULES:
1. The 4-H and FFA division will be shown at the same time beginning at 7:00 PM.
2. A first place winner will be named in each division.
3. 4-H and FFA Classes are open to Spencer County 4-H and FFA members only and must be shown by the 4-H and FFA member.
4. Judging of 4-H and FFA will be done by the Danish System.
5. Premium money will be distributed according to the following formula:Blue 3X, Red 2X, White 1X. $750 is to disbtributed among all
Youth
   Livestock classes.
6. All breeding stock must be registered by June 1 in respective 4-H or FFA member’s name.
7. Only registered stock may be exhibited in the breeding classes and crossbred gilts. All animals must be accompanied by approved
   health papers for psuedorabies and brucellosis.
8. 4-H and FFA members are limited to 2 animals per class.
9. Market hogs must be weighed prior to the show and must be weighed by 7:00 PM.                TWIN PLUM FARM
10.Each exhibitor is responsible for his or her own animal.
                                                                                            PROUD SUPPORTER OF THE
CLASSES                                                                                      4-H AND FFA SWINE SHOW
DUROC PUREBRED                                       CROSS-BRED GILTS
921. Class A Gilt                                       936. Class A Gilt                       DUROC                SPOTS
922. Class B Gilt                                       937. Class B Gilt
923. Class C Gilt                                      938. Class C Gilt
                                                                                          BOBBY, MILDRED AND
Grand Champion                                         Grand Champion                     DWAYNE MONTGOMERY
HAMPSHIRE PUREBRED
924. Class A Gilt                                       MARKET
925. Class B Gilt                                       939. Light Weight        5005 PLUM RIDGE ROAD
926. Class C Gilt                                       940. Heavy Weight        TAYLORSVILLE, KY 40071
Grand Champion                                          Grand Champion Market    502-477-8734 OR 502-477-6204
YORKSHIRE PUREBRED                                      941. Pen of Two
927. Class A Gilt                                       Showmanship
928. Class B Gilt                                       942. Jr. Showmanship 4-H
929. Class C Gilt                                       943. Jr. Showmanship FFA
Grand Champion                                          944. Sr. Showmanship 4-H
SPOT PUREBRED                                           945. Sr. Showmanship FFA
930. Class A Gilt                                       ALL BREEDS SUPREME
931. Class B Gilt                                       GRAND CHAMPION GILT
932. Class C Gilt
Grand Champion
OTHER BREEDS PUREBRED
933. Class A Gilt                                                                                     Matthew Jeffiers,
                                                                                              Winner of Grand Champion Market
934. Class B Gilt                                                                                Warren Beeler, Swine Judge
935. Class C Gilt
Grand Champion
                                           We would like to Thank
                                Dr. Gerry Dill, Darris Slucher, Feeder Supply,
                     Bluegrass Farm & Seed of Bardstown, Daughtery’s Body Shop,
                                Taylorsville Dairy Queen, Premier Realtors,
                         Twin Plum Farm, Sunrise Acres, Denny Butler and Family,
                         Scott Travis, David Jewell, Premier Crop Ins.-Eric Sweazy
                     for their support of our Swine Show at the Spencer County Fair.
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                            COCA COLA YOUTH TALENT SHOWCASE
                                         Saturday, July 16-7:00 p.m.
                               Grand Prize winner will receive $100.00 and a trophy
                               Second Place Overall will receive $50.00 and a trophy
                                Third Place Overall will receive $25.00 and a trophy
General Rules:

1. All contestants must be at least 13 years of age and not more than 21 years of age as of August 1, 2011. This
includes anyone assuming visual importance except piano accompanists.
2. This contest is not open to professionals. Professional is defined as anyone who is a union member, has a pro-
fessional manager, booking agent or whose principal and supporting income is derived from performing.
3. Entries will be accepted in the following solo and group categories:
     .Vocal .Instrumental .Variety .Dance .Acrobatics/Gymnastics
4. Each performer may compete in only one act.
5. Baton twirlers or similar acts using batons or machetes will not be accepted. No fire, smoke, or smoke effect will
be allowed on the stage.
6. For contestants entered in any vocal category, accompaniment tracks with any background vocals are strictly
prohibited. This includes recorded live and/or synthetically produced voices.
7. There must be no taps or tap effects on a taped recording used by a dancer.
8. In instrumental solo, the only accompaniment allowed is a live or taped acoustical piano. Special exception
requests must be filed in writing prior to July 1, 2008, In piano solo, no accompaniment is allowed. In the use of
electronic keyboard, the contestant must create all sound live on stage.
9. If a performer has won an invitation to the State Fair from a preliminary, he/she is disqualified from competition.
10. Any act may drop a member as listed on the entry form, but MAY NOT ADD OR REPLACE any member listed on the
form. An individual cannot be a part of an act at the State Fair if they did not perform in the act at the preliminary
and semi-final.
11. Any act running more than 4 minutes will be disqualified. An official timekeeper will be present at all competi-
tions. Timing begins with first word or note and ends with last word or note.
12. All contestants will only use the lighting system provided by the fair.
13. All contestants, excluding bands, will use only the sound system and sound operator as provided by the fair.
Bands may use their own amps.
14. No teachers, parents or friends will be allowed on stage during competition.
15. No person other than those visible on the stage will be allowed backstage per act. This includes all parents,
teachers and friends.
16. No member of a Grand Award winning act at the Kentucky State Fair Coca-Cola Talent Classic may compete again
in the same category.
17. The decision of the judges is final.
18. The contestant will be disqualified and forfeit any ribbons and prize money won up to that time for:
     a. Any discourtesy toward any official of the fair.
     b. Any contestant, family, teacher or friend who attempts to communicate with the judges before, during or after
the adjudications.
19. All contestants, parents, teachers or friends are expected to abide by all rules and regulations of the Spencer
County Fair.
20. All questions regarding entries, category, rules or any other issues, shall be determined by the Coca-Cola Talent
Showcase staff. Their decision is final.
21. Entry deadline: June 29, 2011.
22. Entry fee $10.00 non-refundable
23. Everyone pays gate admission $10.00.
24. Contestants may make changes in their act (song, music, choreography) prior to the Kentucky State Fair as long
as those changes DO NOT result in a change of categories.

                           For additional details, phone Peggy Pickett, Phone 502-477-0232
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                   CKAP/SALT RIVER
               Antique Tractor Pull
                  Saturday, July 16 5:00 PM

              $15.00 hook fee with 50% Payback
             Everyone pays Gate Admission-$10.00

                            Classes:
           Super Farm: (top cut tires allowed) 3MPH
      3500, 3750, 4000, 4500, 5000, 5500, 6000, 6500, 7000

                   Modified:(cut tires) 5MPH
      3500, 3750, 4000, 4500, 5000, 5500, 6000, 6500, 7000
                             Stock
                              6000
                              6250

     Sanctioned by: CKAP/SALT RIVER ANTIQUE POWER
        www.saltriverantiquepower.com or www.ckap.org\\
      For Information Contact: Jimmy Hance (502) 220-6016




     Mud Bog  Tentatively scheduled for
              Tuesday, July 26, 6:00 PM

            Class: Factory Stock

Rules and more details available by
 Facebook/Spencer County Fair or
    Contact Dwight Martin at
          502-477-2508
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                                         MINIATURE HORSE SHOW
                                      Tuesday, July 26 7:00 PM
                   Show Affiliation: Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse Shows
                                  Show Co-Chairpersons: Darris Slucher 502-376-4207
                                  Terri Slucher 502-376-4207 or Kim Stump 477-5167


Gate Admission: $10.00 ages 2 and up includes rides                 Premiums: 1st-$20, 2nd-$15, 3rd-$10, 4th-$8
Entry Fee: All Classes $5.00(Non-refundable)


Rules:

1. Open to all registered Miniature Horses. (38” and under)
2. Height of horses will be accepted upon word of exhibitor.
3. Protest of the height of a horse must be made in writing to the Show Manager and accompanied by a $25.00 protest
   fee, before the horse enters the show ring. The measurement of a protested horse will be taken by a show official in
   full view of the owner/trainer of the horse and the person who filed the protest.
4. Negative Coggins Test will be required and Health Certificate required.
5. NO DOGS/PET ALLOWED ON THE GROUNDS. No horses tied to the rail.
6. Management reserves the right to split and/or combine classes as needed. Judges decision is final.
7. Ribbons only halter classes with less than 4 entries.
8. The Spencer County Fair Board, the horse show manager, volunteers, sponsors or judge shall not be responsible for
   accidents, loss or damage to contestants, spectators, exhibitors or property from any cause.
9. Everyone pays gate admission.

     Person on Federal Disqualification cannot transport horses to this show and can participate only as spectators.
     Anyone serving suspension not allowed on fairgrounds.

CLASSES:
1. Costume Class
2. Miniature Youth Halter-handler 18 years and younger
3. Miniature Solid Color
4. Miniature Mature Mares (3 years and older)-34” and under
5. Miniature Mature Mares (3 years and older)-over 34” to 38”
6. Miniature Mature Stallions and Geldings (3 years and older)- 34” and under
7. Miniature Mature Stallions and Geldings (3 years and older)-over 34” to 38”
8. Miniature Multi-Color
9. Miniature Yearlings (any sex)
10. Miniature Two Years Olds (any sex)
    (Break for tack change)
11. Miniature Pleasure Driving - 34” and under
12. Miniature Pleasure Driving - over 34” to 38”
13. Miniature Youth Driving- 18 years and younger
    (Break for tack change)
14. Miniature Roadster - 34” and under
15. Miniature Roadster - over 34” to 38”
            2011 Miss Spencer County                                         2011 Miss Teen Spencer County                           19
                      Fair Pageant                                                           Fair Pageant
                Tuesday, July 26 7:30 PM                                                  Wednesday, July 27 7:30 PM
         Committee: Debbie Herndon 502-551-3636                                    Committee: Tammy Snider 502-477-8527
             Leanne Carrier 502-477-9542                                               LeAnn Carrier 502-477-9542
              Tammy Snider 502-477-8527                                               Debbie Herndon 502-551-3636
                                                          ENTRY FORM
Name:_____________________________________________________________________________
Address:___________________________________________________________________________
Cell Phone #____________________________Home Phone#___________________________
E-Mail Address:___________________________________________________________________
DOB:___________________ Sponsor___________________________________________________
Parents Name:______________________________________________________________________
I have read the rules for Miss/Teen Spencer County and agree to abide by these terms.
Contestant Signature:_________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature:____________________________________________________________
Circle Pageant that you will be participating in:                     Miss Spencer County                          Miss Teen

Your entry fee of $50.00 must be included with this form along with a copy of your birth certificate. Mail Miss
Spencer County to Debbie Herndon, 2787 Plum Ridge Road, Taylorsville, KY 40071. Mail Miss Teen to
Tammy Snider, 2585 Taylorsville Road, Taylorsville, Ky. 40071. ALL INFORMATION MUST BE INCLUD-
ED AND POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN JUNE 25, 2011 OR WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED! ENTRY
FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON SATURDAY, JULY 23RD TIME TO BE ANNOUNCED MAN-
DITORY PRACTICE WILLL BE CONDUCTED ON SUNDAY, JULY 24TH TIME TO BE ANNOUNCED,
YOU MUST BE PRESENT FOR BOTH OF THESE EVENTS OR WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.


General Rules
1. Miss Spencer Contestants must have reached her 16th birthday by October 31 and shall have not reached her 22nd birthday by
    October 31.
    Miss Teen Contestants must have reached her 13th birthday by October 31 and shall have not reached her 16th birthday by
    October 31.
2. Contestants must be single, never married, never had a marriage annuled and never had any children.
3. Contestants must be a full time resident of Spencer County as of May 1, 2011.
4. Each contestant must be sponsored by a business, civic organization or individual.
5. Entry fee is $50.00. Please make checks payable to Spencer Co. Fair. This does not include gate admission $10.00. Entry fees
    non-refundable.
6. Miss Spencer County contestants will be judged in the following categories: interview, swimwear, casual wear (no skit just attire)
    and formal wear. Specific requirements for each category will be provided upon receipt of entry form. Miss Teen Spencer County
    contestants will be required to participate and will be judged in the following categories: interview, casual wear and formal wear.
    Specific requirements for each category will be provided upon receipt of entry form.
7. Contestants will attend ALL REHEARSALS, unless excused by the chairperson.
8. The pageant committee reserves the right to dismiss at any time any contestant who does not show a
    proper amount of cooperation and courtesy to committee members, judges and fellow contestants.
9. The winner of Miss Spencer County and Miss Teen should be available during the 2011 County Fair to present
    ribbons and has the opportunity to represent Spencer County in the State Contest. If the winner is not willing or available to go
    then the first runner up will be sent in their place.
10. No previous first place winner is eligible to participate in pageant.
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                                                EXHIBIT HALL RULES
Advisors: Allison Lewis, Family and Consumer Science Agent, Bryce Roberts, Agriculture and Natural Resource
Agent, Mollie Tichenor, 4-H Agent
Enter exhibits: Wednesday, July 27, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Pick up exhibits: Saturday, July 30, between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m.
 1. Only Spencer County residents will be permitted to exhibit.
 2. Only authorized persons will be permitted in exhibit hall while judging is in progress.
 3. No individual may have more than one entry in each class, but may exhibit in all classes.
 4. If only one article is in a category, it will be judged on quality.
 5. No article may be removed unless signed for and checked out by a committee member.
 6. All articles entered must be made by the exhibitor.
 7. Any article winning a blue ribbon at county level that is listed in the Kentucky State Fair Catalog in the
    Culinary, Clothing, Textiles, or Fine Arts Divisions will be eligible for late entry in the Kentucky State Fair.
    The following Kentucky State Fair rules apply:
    a. Articles must be made by the exhibitor in the current year.
    b. Exhibitors are responsible for filling out state entry forms and mailing to Kentucky State Fair by the due date.
    c. Exhibitors are responsible for transportation of items to and from the State Fair.
 8. Entries at the county fair must be made, completed or produced by the exhibitor.
 9. No article may be entered two years in succession.
10. No previous blue ribbon article may be exhibited.
11. Exhibit Hall premium money will be available on Saturday when items are picked up.
12. Any exhibitor entering fairgrounds after entry hours on Wednesday will pay gate admission.
13. Any exhibitor not adhering to Exhibit Hall rules will forfeit all prize money.
14. Items not picked up by 10:00 am on Saturday will forfeit prize money. You will need to contact member of
    fairboard to make arrangements to pick items up. If not picked up by Saturday, July 30th 9:00 pm items will
    be property of Spencer County Fairboard.
                                                    OPEN FOODS
Rules: Cakes, Cookies, Candy, Bread and Pies
1. Refer to Exhibit Hall rules for dates and times.
2. Cakes should be 1/2 cake, on a paper plate in a zip-lock bag.
3. Cookies, candy, brownies, and biscuits must have 4 on a paper plate in a zip-lock bag.
4. Breads- 1/2 loaf on a paper plate in a zip-lock bag.
5. Pies-Whole, in pie pan, in a zip-lock bag. Because we do not have refrigeration, no cream pies will be accepted.
Committee: Nancy Inman, Kay Eckler                              2126. Best Biscuits
Classes pay:                                                    2127. Best Cornbread-any variety
First five classes-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00                            2128. Best Fruit Pie
Remaining classes-$4.00-$2.50-$1.00                             2129. Best Pecan Pie
Best of Show $15 and Rosette                                    2130. Best Chess Pie
Classes                                                         2131. Best My Favorite Pie
2101. Best Chocolate Cake-any kind iced                          Canned Goods, Preserves, and Jellies
2102. Best Jam Cake-caramel icing                                Rules
2103. Best Angel Food Cake                                       1. All entries must be shown in STANDARD CANNING JARS.
2104. Best Carrot Cake                                           2. All entries must not have been shown before.
2105. Best My Favorite Cake                                      3. Proper processing: Pressure canner for vegetables,
2106. Best Chocolate Chip Cookies                                   soup mix; open kettle for jellies; boiling water bath for
2107. Best Peanut Butter Cookies                                    all others.
2108. Best Oatmeal Cookies                                       Classes pay-$4.00-$2.50-$1.00
2109. Best No Bake Cookies                                       Classes
2110. Best Plain Sugar Cookies                                   2132. Best quart String Beans
2111. Best Bar Cookie                                            2133. Best quart Tomato Juice
2112. Best Diabetic or Sugar Free item                           2134. Best quart Tomatoes
2113. Best Light Fudge                                           2135. Best quart Honey-clear
2114. Best Chocolate Fudge                                       2136. Best quart Honey with comb
2115. Best Caramels                                              2137. Best 3 Varieties of jelly (in 1/2 pint jars)
2116. Best Divinity                                              2138. Best Single 1/2 pint of jelly (any variety)
2117. Best Nut Brittle                                           2139. Best pint Blackberry Preserves
2118. Best Brownies, any variety                                 2140. Best pint Strawberry Preserves
2119. Best Banana Bread                                          2141. Best pint Cherry Preserves
2120. Best Zucchini Bread                                        2142. Best pint Other Preserves-not mentioned
2121. Best Any other Quick Bread not mentioned                   2143. Best pint Salsa
2122. Best Bread made from a bread machine                       2144. Best pint Bread and Butter Pickles
2123. Best Sourdough Bread                                       2145. Best pint Lime Pickles
2124. Best Yeast Bread                                           2146. Best pint Mixed Vegetable Pickles
2125. Best Yeast Rolls                                           2147. Best pint Pickles not mentioned
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                     ANTIQUES                                        CLOTHING, NEEDLEWORK,
                                                                       CRAFTS & CERAMICS
                                                             Chairpersons: Minnie Naive and Pat Douglas
Committee: Donna Palmer, Bettye Yates, and Kathy
Spears                                                       Rules:
                                                             1. The committee will determine how all articles are
1. This event is open to Spencer County residents only.         displayed.
2. All items should be antique and not reproduction or       2. All other rules are listed under Fair Rules & Regulations
   contemporary.                                                in the front of fair book.
3. Entries will be judged on age, rarity, and condition.     3. All articles must be clean and in good condition.
4. Exhibitors assume all risk for their items. The
   Fair Board or committee members are not responsible            A Best Crocheted article will be chosen from all
   for theft, broken items or other accidents.                      crochet articles. This award is donated in
5. Refer to Exhibit Hall Rules for dates and times.                   memory of Katherine Thomas-$15.00
6. If there is no competition in any class, the entry will
   be judged on its merit alone.                             Best of Show - $15 and Rosette
7. Guard on duty during fair.
                                                             Clothing
Classes will pay $4.00-$2.50-$!.00                           01. Best lady’s suit
Best of show $15 and Rosette                                 02. Best lady’s dress
                                                             03. Best child’s dress
Classes                                                      04. Best baby’s dress
1926. Basket Covered Bottle                                  05. Best lady’s blouse
1927. Early Fishing Lure                                     06. Best vest
1928. Early Ky. Folk Art                                     07. Best clothing article, other
1929. Early Chalk Figure                                     08. Best collarless jacket
1930. Fancy Handle Letter Opener                             09. Best costume
1931. Advertising Calendar                                   10. Best polar fleece article of clothing
1932. Calf Weaner                                            11. Best child’s playwear
1933. Horse Bit                                              12. Best serged baby item
1934. Curry Comb                                             13. Best serged pillow
1935. Earliest Telephone Book                                Sewing - Home Furnishing Articles
1936. Salt Box                                               14. Best table runner, any fabric
1937. Early Popcorn Popper                                   15. Best needlework table runner
1938. Clothes Sprinkler                                      16. Best other home furnishing article, sewn
1939. Early Iron (used for Clothes)                          17. Best doily
1940. Whiskey Jug                                            18. Best wall hanging
1941. Early Canning Jar                                      19. Best placemat not quilted
1942. Shot Glass                                             Needlework
1943. Wall Pocket                                            20. Best crewel embroidery article
1944. Early Doll                                             21. Best embroidered article
1945. Hand Mirror                                            22. Best crocheted article
1946. Crystal Bud Vase                                           (afghan not included)
1947. Early Knife or Fork                                    23. Best crocheted afghan
1948. Early Candle Holder                                    24. Best crocheted baby article
1949. Early Halloween Decoration                             25. Best crocheted toy
1950. Early Christmas Decoration                             26. Best knitted article
1951. Early Easter Decoration                                27. Best cross stitched article
1952. Early Musical Instrument                               28. Best counted cross stitch picture
1953. Preserve Stand                                         29. Best hardanger article
1954. Earliest Derby Glass                                   30. Best tatted article
1955. Pie Bird                                               31. Best stuffed doll
1956. Unique Wall Hook                                       32. Best dressed doll (dress judged)
1957. Pie Server                                             33. Best doll other
                                                             34. Best stuffed toy
                                                             35. Best hand appliqued article
                                                             36. Best machine appliqued article
                                                             37. Best no sew applique article
                                                             38. Best article, hand embroidery
                                                             39. Best article, machine embroidery
                                                             40. Best article, ribbon embroidery
                                                             41. Best needlework potpourri article
                                                             42. Best plastic canvas article
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         CLOTHING, NEEDLEWORK, CRAFTS & CERAMICS CONTINUED
43. Best folk art article                                   89. Best basket made of round reed
44. Best small quilted and/or patch work article (hand      90. Best basket, other
quilted)                                                    91. Best basket with use of color
45. Best small quilted and/or patch work article (machine   92. Best rag basket
quilted)                                                    93. Best cane article (large)
46. Best quilt, hand pieced and hand quilted                94. Best cane article (small)
47. Best quilt, machine pieced and hand quilted             95. Best door decoration (hat, straw, grapevine)
48. Best quilt, machine quilted and machine pieced          96. Best door decoration, other
49. Best quilt, hand appliqued and hand quilted             97. Best wreath, other
50. Best quilt, machine appliqued and hand quilted          98. Best Christmas tree decoration
51. Best quilt machine appliqued and machine quilted        99. Best Christmas decoration, other
52. Best whole cloth quilt, hand quilted                    100.Best Christmas tree skirt
53. Best novelty quilt                                      101.Best Silk Flower arrangement (not purchased)
54. Best quilt, other                                       102.Best decorated tablecloth (any medium)
55. Best antique quilt, hand quilted                        103.Best decorated sweatshirt
56. Best antique quilt, other                               104.Best handmade wood article
57. Best cross stitch quilt machine quilted                 105.Best decorated birdhouse, (not gourd)
58. Best cross stitch quilt, hand quilted                   106.Best gourd birdhouse, decorated
59. Best quilt made by 2 people machine pieced              107.Best gourd birdhouse, not decorated
60. Special Category: From Past to Present: A quilt that    108.Best gourd basket
has been made by the entrant from old quilt blocks, and     109.Best “Funky”gourd
old unquilted top of quilt remnants. May also be an         110.Best painted Christmas gourd
old quilt that has been repaired or refurbished by the      111.Best painted gourd, other
entrant. An index card describing the origin of the quilt   112.Best handmade earrings(displayed on a 3”X5”
                                                            card)
and the work done on it must be affixed to the quilt.       113. Best handmade jewelry, other (displayed on a
Quilt may be pieced, appliqued, embroidered, etc. Quilt     card)
must be hand quilted. Minimum size is 180” perimeter.       114.Best handmade rug
61. Best pillow                                             115.Best stained glass article
62. Best needlepoint article                                116.Best faux stained glass article
63. Best pair pillow cases with edging                      117.Best mosaic article
64. Best pair hand embroidered pillow cases                 118.Best garden decoration, wooden
65. Best pair machine embroidered pillow cases              119.Best garden decoration, other
                                                            120.Best craft article other
66. Best quilted wearing apparel (machine quilted)          121.Best recycled item
67. Best quilted wearing apparel hand quilted               122.Best small painted home accessory, wood or
68. Best cloth purse or tote                                metal
69. Best decorated sweatshirt (machine sewn)                123.Best item made of beads and pins
70. Best decorated sweatshirt (hand sewn)                       (Christmas ornament, home accessories, etc.)
71. Best decorated sweatshirt (other)                       124.Best photo transfer article
72. Best decorated tee shirt                                Ceramics:
73. Best machine embroidered wearing apparel                125.Hand detailed
74. Best quilted wallhanging                                126.Doll
75. Best wallhanging, other                                 127.Best Christmas piece
76. Best half apron any fabric                              128.Best ceramic article, other
77. Best whole apron any fabric                             Scrapbooking
Crafts                                                      129. Cover design by scrapbooker (Must be un-
78. Best novelty doll                                       framed, mounted on 12”x12” standard mount
79. Best potpourri article (not needlework)                 board. Original design on paper. NO photocopies
80. Best handpainted article (wood)                         accepted.)
81. Best handpainted article (cloth)                        130. Scrapbook page depicting a family
82. Best wall hanging basket                                131. Scrapbook page depicting a vacation
83. Best basket 6” or less                                  132. Scrapbook page depicting a holiday
84. Best basket 8” or larger                                133. Scrapbook page depicting a birthday
85. Best basket with ceramic or wooden bottom               JUNIOR DIVISION (12 years and under)
86. Best gathering/hearthside basket                        134.Best arts and craft article
87. Best miniature basket less than 2”                      135.Best needlework article
88. Best basket with ribs (egg basket, etc.)                136.Best sewing article
                                                            137.Best recycled article
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                                          OPEN FINE ARTS
Committee: Marie Thomas,
Refer to Exhibit Hall Rules for dates and times.
RULES:
1. No exhibitor is allowed more than one entry in any one class and all exhibits must be handmade and
     owned by exhibitor.
2. No article may be entered two years in succession.
3. No previous blue ribbon article may be exhibited.
4. All work must be that of the exhibitor.
5. All paintings and drawings must be framed and ready for hanging.
6. The name of the artist must be blocked out with masking tape.
All classes will pay $4.00-$2.50-$1.00
Best of show $15.00 and rosette
Adult Division (19 yrs and up)                                Middle School (Grades 6-8)
1964. Best acrylic painting                                   1990.   Best pencil drawing
1965. Best oil painting
1966. Best watercolor painting                                1991.   Best collage
1967. Best pencil or charcoal drawing (black and white)       1992.   Best charcoal drawing
1968. Best chalk or colored pencils (not combined with        1993.   Best pastel drawing
       any other medium such as water, turps, etc)
1969. Best portrait (any medium)                              1994.   Best painting
1970. Best painted article acrylics, oil, and other           1995.   Best ink drawing
      (example: gourds, plaques, ect)                         1996.   Best sculpture
Photography                                                   1997.   Best ceramic
Photos should not be framed                                   1998.   Best metal construction
1971. Best portrait 4” by 6” color print (mounted)            1999.   Best wood/stone carving
1972. Best portrait 4” by 6” black and white print            2000.   Best relief sculpture
      (mounted)
1973. Best nature 4” by 6” color print (mounted)              Intermediate (Grades 4-5)
1974. Best animal 4” by 6” color print (mounted)              2001.   Best pencil drawing
1975. Best animal 4” by 6” black and white print
      (mounted)                                               2002.   Best collage
1976. Best infant to 12 yrs. 4” by 6” color print (mounted)   2003.   Best charcoal drawing
1977. Best infant to 12 yrs. 4” by 6”black and white print    2004.   Best pastel drawing
     (mounted)                                                2005.   Best ink drawing
1978. Best floral 4” by 6” color print (mounted)
                                                              2006.   Best sculpture
Youth Divisions                                               2007.   Best ceramic
High School (Grades 9 to age 18)                              2008.   Best metal construction
1979. Best pencil drawing
1980. Best collage                                            2009.   Best wood/stone carving
1981. Best charcoal drawing                                   2010.   Best relief sculpture
1982. Best pastel drawing                                     Primary (Grades K-3)
1983. Best painting
1984. Best ink drawing                                        2011.   Best pencil drawing
1985. Best sculpture                                          2012.   Best collage
1986. Best ceramic                                            2013.   Best pastel drawing
1987. Best metal construction                                 2014.   Best ceramic
1988. Best wood/stone carving
1989. Best relief sculpture                                   2015.   Best sculpture
                                                              Preschool (Younger that Grade K)
.                                                             2016. Best water color painting
                                                              2017. Best pencil drawing
                                                              2018. Best drawing using crayon
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                      Flowers                                DESIGN CLASSES
Committee: CHAIRPERSON, Jan G. Travis                        2030. Best arrangement of field flowers under 15” in
              Annette Raisor, Teri Eichert, Annelle Hoene           height (shown in fruit jar, qt.or 1/2gal.)
RULES:                                                       2031. Best large arrangement of field flowers over
 1. All flowers between classes 2001-2020, and classes              15” in height (shown in fruit jar, quart or
    2043-2050 must be shown in CLEAR DRINK BOTTLES,                 1/2 gallon)
    no labeled or embossed bottles.                          2032. Best arrangement of herbs,
 2. All flowers to be judged on Wednesday, upon stems,             (using 3-4 varieties)
    foliage, perfection of bloom and absence of side buds.   2033. Best arrangement of garden flowers,
 3. All flowers must be home grown.                                (4-6 varieties)
 4. All arrangements will be judged on arranging and the     2034. Best arrangement of zinnias in a medium basket
    container.                                               2035. Best arrangement of zinnias in a vase
 5. No artificial flowers, fruit, or foliage accepted.       2036. Best arrangement of marigolds in a vase
 6. All flowers should be gathered in early morning before   2037. Best arrangement for kitchen table
    showing.                                                       (using kitchen container)
7. All cut flowers must not have foliage under water.        2038. Best arrangement in a pitcher (6-8 inches tall)
          .
8. Wedging of cut flowers permissibe using plant material    2039. Best arrangement using a standard cup
    or green foam.                                           2040. Best arrangement for a small desk
9. Only one entry per class, in either the Open or Junior    2041. Best arrangement in unbreakable container
    Division.                                                2042. Best 6 inch arrangement using miniature flowers
10. All decisions made by judges are final.                  2043. Best arrangement of roses any color
11. Judging will be done by Accredited Flower Show JUDGES    2044. Best arrangement using at least one gourd
                                                             2045. Best of Show for design, chosen from
Classes 2001-2025 pay $3.00-$2.00-$1.00                             arrangements Large Ribbon
Classes 2026-2044 pay $3.00-$2.00-$1.00                      2046. Best of Show horticulture exhibits, cut flowers,
Classes 2048-2055 pay $3.00-$2.00-$1.00                             Large Ribbon
Classes 2056-2061 pay $3.00-$2.00-$1.00                      2047. Champion of Show, winner of most Blue Ribbons
Classes 2045, 2046, 2062, 2063, pay $15.00                          if a tie, red
**Class 2047 plaque**                                                   **MINNIE MILLER AWARD, plaque**
                                                                      This award is in memory of my Mother
2001. Best collection of 3 dwarf zinnias (any color) with                      and her love of flowers,
       foliage
2002. Best giant zinnia (long stem)with foliage                               Jan Travis.
2003. Best giant marigold with foliage.
2004. Best 1 spray of dwarf marigolds, with foliage          JUNIOR DIVISION (AGES 7-14 YEARS)
       minimum of 3 blooms
2005. Most unusual coleus (1 spike, 12”-15” long)            2048. Best giant zinnia with foliage
2006. Best stem of daylily, red                              2049. Best giant marigold with foliage
2007. Best stem of daylily, orange                           2050. Best stem of daylily (any color)
2008. Best stem of daylily, yellow                           2051. Best of 3 hybrid petunias (same color)with
2009. Best stem of daylily, any other color                         foliage
2010. Best stem of oriental lily                             2052. Best single gladioli (stem as long as possible)
2011. Best stem of any other lily                            2053. Best one red rose with foliage
2012. Best stem of 3 hybrid petunias with foliage            2054. Best one yellow rose foliage
      (same color)                                           2055. Best one rose any other color with foliage
2013. Best single gladioli (stem as long as possible)          DESIGN CLASSES
2014. Best one red rose with foliage                         2056. Best 6 inch arrangement
2015. Best one yellow rose with foliage                      2057. Best arrangement of zinnias in a small basket
2016. Best one pink rose with foliage                        2058. Best patriotic arrangement using red, white
2017. Best one rose any other color with foliage                   and blue flowers
2018. Best collection or 3 roses (any color) with foliage    2059. Best arrangement for a girls room
2019. Best stem of large dahlia with foliage                 2060. Best arrangement for a desk
2020. Best collection of 3 dwarf dahlias with foliage        2061. Best arrangement of field flowers
2021. Best mini rose single bloom in minature clear vase           (shown in fruit jar, quart or 1/2 gallon)
       or bottle                                             2062. Best design, chosen from arrangements
2022. Best collection of mini roses in minature clear vase          Junior Division
       or bottle                                             2063. Best horticulture, cut flowers Junior Division
2023. Best mini rose spray in miniature clear vase or        2064. Best arrangement for a girls room
       bottle                                                2065. Best arrangement for a desk
2024. Best sunflower bloom with foliage, 8” and smaller      2066. Best arrangement of field flowers (shown in
2025. Best sunflower bloom witn foliage, larger than 8”            fruit jar, quart or 1/2 gallon
2026. Best african violet                                    2067. Best design, chosen from arrangements
2027. Best house plant (plant and container not to exceed          Junior Division
       20”)                                                  2068. Best Horticulture, cut flowers Junior Division
2028. Best cactus not over 10”
2029. Best hanging basket (medium size)
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Committee: Marilyn Sweazy, Ruth Ann Sweazy                         Committe: Marilyn Sweazy, Ruth Ann Sweazy
RULES:                                                             Rules
1. Refer to Exhibit Hall Rules for dates and times                 1. Refer to Exhibit Hall Rules for dates and times.
2. All entries must be grown by exhibitor.                         2. Seeds to be exhibited in one quart zip lock bags.
3. Committee and judges will evaluate each entry and               Classes pay-$6.00-$4.50-$3.00-$2.00-$1.00
   reserve the right to disqualify any entry that does
   not appear to be home grown.                                    SEEDS                             HAY
                                                                   1599 Yellow shelled corn          1606. Best 35 lbs. red clover
Classes pay: $4.00-$2.50-$1.00                                     1600. White shelled corn          1607. Best 35 lbs. alfalfa hay
Best of Show wins $15 and rosette                                  1601. Best Ky. 31 fescue          1608. Best 35 lbs. mixed hay
                                                                   1602. Best wheat                          (grass-legume)
      Wilson and Ruth Shelburne Award-Plaque                       1603. Best barley
  (Champion of Show, Winner of most blue ribbons, if a tie, red)   1604. Best rye
                                                                   1605. Best oats
Note: The number at the end of each class indicates the
number you should bring for each class.                                    FUTURE FARMERS
                                                        Committe: Bland Baird, Darryl Matherly, members in charge
VEGETABLES                                              Rules
                                                        1. All products and animals shown must be a part of the member’s
1701. Best plate of bush beans-20                           farming program
1702. Best plate of pole beans-20                       2. Member in good standing may show until 21 years of age.
1703. Best plate of large lima beans-20                 3. Refer to Exhibit Hall Rules for dates and times.
1704. Best plate of small lima beans-20                 4. Tobacco to be cut three days before entering.
1705. Best plate of beets-6                             5. All FFA exhibits meeting entry requirements, not receiving an
1706. Best drumhead cabbage                                 award will be given $1.00 prize.
1707. Best flathead cabbage                             Record Book
1708. Best cantaloupe                                   1401. Best FFA record book (judged on all records) kept on
1709. Best plate of carrots-8                                    farming. $6.00-$4.50-$3.00-$2.00
                                                        Tobacco
1710. Best plate of cucumbers-5                         1402. Green tobacco, five plants per stick-$11.00-$8.50-
1711. Best plate of eggplants-3                                  $6.00-$4.00-$2.00
1712. Best plate of okra-10                             1403. Best potted plant-$11.00-$8.50-$6.00-$4.00-$2.00
1713. Best plate of yellow onions-6                     Hay
1714. Best plate of white onions-6                      1404. Clover or Clover Mixed, 20 lbs.-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$1.00
1715. Best plate of green sweet peppers-5               1405. Alfalfa, 20 lbs.-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$1.00
1716. Best plate of red hot peppers-10                  1406. Mixed, 20lbs.-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$1.00
1717. Best plate of banana peppers-6                    1407. Straw, 20lbs.-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$1.00
1718. Best plate of jalapeno peppers-6                  1408. Grass Hay, 20 lbs.-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$1.00
1719. Best basket/box of Irish potatoes-10              Corn
1720. Best bunch of rhubarb-6 stalks                    1409. Best 10 ears (white)-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$1.00
1721. Best plate of yellow summer squash-6              1410. Best 10 ears (yellow)-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$1.00
                                                        New Classes
1722. Best plate of zucchini squash-3                   Classes pay $5, $4, $3, $2
1723. Best plate of yellow sweet corn shucked-4 ears 1411. Best Garden Exhibit(6 or more vegetables grown by exhibitor)
1724. Best plate of white sweet corn shucked-4 ears 1412. Oldest FFA Jacket
1725. Best plate of large red tomatoes-5
1726. Best plate of large yellow tomatoes-5                           OPEN BURLEY TOBACCO SHOW
1727. Best plate small cherry tomatoes-5
1728. Best plate of roma tomatoes-6                     Committee: Bland Baird, FFA members
1729. Best watermelon                                   RULES:
                                                                    open to any Spencer County
1730. Largest head of cabbage-determined by weight 1. Show ismust be grown by exhibitor. resident.
                                                        2. Entries
1731. Best plate of broccoli-3 bunches                  3. Potted plants must be shown in waterproof containers.
1732. Best head cauliflower                             4. Refer to Exhibit Hall rules for dates and times.
1733. Largest irish potato-determined by weight         5. Each stripped exhibit consist of two hands. Each hand should
1734. Largest sunflower determined by weight                be made up of 20 leaves or more.
1735. Best basket or box red potatoes-10                6. Best stripped crop shall consist of at least three grades.
1736 Largest red tomato-determined by weight                Each grade shall consist of two hands with 20 leaves or
1737. Most unusual vegetable                                more per hand.
1738. Best display of gourds                            7. Stripped tobacco will be judged by government standards
                                                            as adopted by        Grading Service.
1739. Best vegetable display (8 items or more grown 8. Green tobacco USDA be cut and speared on sticks at least
                                                                           must
this year)                                                  three days prior to day of showing but must be in the green
FRUITS                                                      stage. Each stick must have five plants.
1740. Best plate red apples-5                           9. An exhibitor shall make only one entry per class.
1741. Best plate yellow apples-5                        10. Only one entry accepted per family.
1742. Best pint blackberries                            11. Stripped tobacco may be from previous year’s crop.
1743. Best pint blueberries                             1500.Best Potted Plant -$21-$15.50-$10.00-$5.00-$3.00
1744. Best plate white or yellow peaches-5              1501.Best Stick Tobacco-$16-$10.50-$5.00-$5.00-$3.00
1745. Best plate pears-5                                1502.Best Flying-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$2.00-$2.00
                                                        1503.Best Lugs-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$2.00-$2.00
1746 Best pint red, purple, or black raspberries        1504.Best Leaf-$7.00-$3.50-$2.00-$2.00-$2.00
1747. Best fruit display (five or more items grown this 1505.Best Tips-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$2.00-$2.00
year)                                                   1506.Best Stripped Crop-$7.00-$4.50-$2.00-$2.00-$2.00
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              4-H GENERAL RULES                                             750 Senior Paper Crafts-same as 749.
                                                                            Pictures or other hanging items do not have a hanger. Please
1. Entry in the 4-H Section is open only to Spencer County 4-H              include hangers that will support the weight of your item. Pictures
members ages 9-18 as of January 1st of current year.                        should be framed and ready for hanging. Do not use tape
2. A Cloverbud is considered anyone enrolled in school and has              to secure wire hanger. Pictures are not mounted on firm matt
not reached age 9 as of Jan. 1 of the current year.                         board and/or framed. No poster board allowed. Subject matter
3. Projects must have been completed by 4-H member since the                is not family friendly: Contact Spencer Co. Extension Office
previous county fair.                                                       for Complete project Details.
4. All exhibits will be judged on the Danish System. All 4-H                751 Junior Acrylic/Oil Painting
exhibits, meeting entry requirements, not receiving an award will           752 Senior Acrylic/Oil Painting
be given $1.00 prize.                                                       753 Junior Watercolor Painting
5. The decision of the judges is final.                                     754 Senior Watercolor Painting
6. Neither the County Fair nor the Spencer County 4-H Program               755 Junior Color Drawing
will be responsible for any loss or damage to the exhibits. How-            756 Senior Color Drawing
ever the utmost care will be used to prevent loss or injury.                757 Junior Black and White Drawing
7. Exhibitors must conform to the:                                          758 Senior Black and White Drawing
   A. General rules listed here plus general rules of the county fair and
   B. Specific rules governing the departmen in which the entries are
      made.                                                                     4- H CONSUMER AND FINANCIAL EDUCATION
8. Please contact the Spencer County Extension Office for                   4-H’er may enter in only one class. Posters should include one-
project details.                                                            page narrative (in ink or typed) explaining how the decision
9. Exhibits are to be entered Wednesday, July 27 10:00 am- 1:00             making process was used to reach your final choice. Refer to
pm. Pickup exhibits Saturday, July 30, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM.                  4-H Consumer Savvy Project manuals. Contact Spencer County
                                                                            Extension for more detail instructions for projects listed
                                                                            below.
                    4-H ARTS & CRAFTS                                       Classes will pay -$3.50-$2.50-$1.50
Each exhibitor may enter only two (2) classes. All items must have          Poster size no larger than 22”x28”
been made since previous county fair. CONTACT THE SPENCER                   Level 1 (ages 9-10): The Consumer in Me
CO. EXTENSION OFFICE FOR PROJECT DETAILS.                                   914 Poster on “Bargain Shopping”
Classes will pay $3.50-$2.50-$2.00                                          915 Poster on “What is the Best Buy?”
727 Junior Jewelry Beadwork-One piece of jewelry. No kits or                Level 2 (ages 11-13): Consumer Wise
pony beads allowed. Glass, clay or wooden beads (painted or                 916 Poster on “Media and the Marketplace”
carved) permitted only.                                                     917 Decision!Decisions!Decide!
728 Senior Jewelry Beadwork-One set (at least two items) of                 Level 3 (ages 14-18): Consumer Roadmap
jewelry No kits or pony beads allowed. No elastic material used             918 Poster “How to Write a Wrong”
to string beads. Glass, clay or wooden beads (painted or carved)            919 Poster “I Own a Car or Does it Own Me?”
permitted only.                                                             920 Poster on “What Does Real Life Cost?”
729 JUNIOR FOLK ART-One item that has paint for a decorative or craft
purpose other than canvas or paper. No Clothing!
730 Senior Folk Art-Same as above.
                                                                                                   4-H ELECTRIC
                                                                            Exhibits must be made according to the instructions in the 4-H
731 Junior Weaving-Baskets are not included.                                project book. No cord that has been bought in a store and later
732 Senior Weaving-One item (only one item is permitted for                 repaired may be entered. Use of molded plug-ins is discour-
entry): Baskets are not included.                                           aged. Contact the Spencer Co. Extension Office for project
733 Junior Nature Crafts-Item made from natural materials only.             details.
No kits allowed.                                                            Classes will pay-$3.50-$2.50-$1.50
734 Senior Nature Crafts-Wall Wreath, or hand carved native mate-           645 Battery powered series and parallel circuits
rials made from natural materials only. No kits allowed.                    646 Electric games
735 Junior Basket Making-Natural materials, any size, shape or              647 Electromagnetic circuits
design. Non-natural materials may be woven into design.                     648 DC motor
736 Senior Basket Making-Same as above.                                     649 Electric extension cord-(3wire), heavy duty outdoor (GFCI
737 Junior Leather Craft-Item made from leather. May or may not             outlet acceptable)
be tooled. Kits allowed.                                                    650 Wiring diagram for home and/or farmstead
738 Senior Leather Craft-same as above. No kits allowed.                    651 Wiring Display-actual wiring for a specific unit
         The following rules apply to all ceramic classes:                  652 ”Pop Can” lamp kits
1. Piece must be made from green ware, which has been cleaned and           653 Table, desk, vanity, or floor lamps (any purpose-kits only)
then fired before glazing or staining. No spray glazes allowed.             654 Pin Up lamp (kit or original design)
2. Plaster craft will be disqualified.                                      655 Table, desk, vanity, or floor lamps (any purpose-original
3. Original design ceramics will be accepted in that class only.            design only)
It will not be accepted in glazed or stained classes. All ceramic           656 Solar electric cell applications
entries must be fired.                                                      657 Basic electronic circuits with solid-state components (from
741 Junior Original Design Ceramics-original item made from, clay           kits).
using a process of casting, hand molding, or a potter’s wheel.              658 Basic electronic circuits with solid-state components
742 Senior Original Design Ceramics-same as above                           (original circuit design)
743 Junior Ceramics-Item that is pre cast and has been fired.               659 Electrical safety or energy conservation posters
744 Senior Ceramics-Item that is pre cast and has been fired.
745 Junior Scrapbooking-One scrapbook page including 2-4
pictures. Page must include captions or journaling. Page must be
placed in a plastic page protector.                                                               4-H FORESTRY
746 Senior Scrapbooking-One scrapbook page including 2-4                    Only one entry per 4-H member in the forestry class. Contact
pictures and embellishments(ie.Stickers, lettering designs). Page           the Spencer County Extension Office for complete project
must include captions or journaling. Page must be placed in a               details.
plastic page protector.                                                     Classes will pay-$3.50-$2.50-$1.50
747 Junior Decoupage-Any item using the decoupage process. If               703 First Year Leaf Collections-10 Ky trees.
appropriate, must use wire or hook to be ready for hanging.                 704 First Year Leaf Print Collection-10 Ky trees.
748 Senior Decoupage-Same as above                                          705 Second Year Leaf Collection-20 Ky trees.
749 Junior Paper Crafts-Item made from any source of paper                  706 Second Year Educational Exhibit-up to 2’x2’ display.
including but not limited to:stamping, handmade note card, brown            707 Third Year Educational Exhibit-3’x3’ display.
sack lunch bag scrapbook, gift box, etc.                                    708 Stem, Leaf, Fruit display representing 5 Ky. trees.
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              4-H CROPS PROJECT                                                   4-H OPEN HORTICULTURE
                                                                      1. Each 4-H member may enter only 10 classes.
                                                                      2. Committee and judges to consider each entry and reserve
 Rules                                                                   the right to disqualify any entry that appears not to be
 4-H exhibitors are limited to one entry/crop. “Grass” hay               home grown.
 must be 85% of the designated grass, not just mixed grasses.         3. Exhibitors must provide own paper plates.
 Eligible grasses are timothy, bermuda grass, orchard grass, tall     4. The open horticulture classes DO NOT advance to the
 fescue and rye grass. The legume component shall be at least            Kentucky State Fair.
 30% alfalfa and not more than 70% legume.Eligible legumes are        Classes will pay $3.50-$2.50-$1.50-$1.25-$1.25
 alfalfa, red clover, and ladino clover                               CLASSES
 Grain must be in one (1) gallon zip lock bags. Id tags and yield/    3601. Best plate of five beets
 variety information must be attached to bag.                         3602. Best head of cabbage
 Roots of soybeans must be washed. One entry per class                3603. Best plate of five carrots
 Classes will pay-$6.00-$4.50-$3.00-$2.00                             3604. Best plate of five okra
 Classes:                                                             3605. Best plate of five onions
 LEGUME HAY:                                                          3606. Best plate of five banana peppers
 600. Alfalfa hay, 1/2 bale from the current year’s project crop,     3607. Best plate of five potatoes
        neatly tied and labeled.                                      3608. Best plate of three different summer
 601. Red clover hay, 1/2 bale from the current year’s project               squash(yellow, scallop, zucchini)
        crop, neatly tied and labeled.                                3609. Best plate of three summer yellow squash
 GRASS HAY:                                                           3610. Best plate of three summer scallop squash
 602. Timothy Hay, 1/2 bale from the current year’s project crop,     3611. Best plate of three zucchini squash
       neatly tied and labeled.                                       3612. Best cantaloupe
 603. Other Grass Hay, 1/2 bale from the current year’s project       3613. Best plate of five red cherry tomatoes
       crop, neatly tied and labeled.                                 3614. Best plate of five yellow tomatoes
 MIXED HAY:                                                           3615. One container in which one kind of annual
 604. Mixed Hay, 1/2 bale from current year’s project crop.                  flower is growing
       neatly tied and labeled.                                       3616. One container in which two kinds of annual
 YELLOW CORN:                                                                flowers are growing
 605. Yellow-ear, from the previous year’s crop, 8 ears shucked,      3617. Best gourd
        and labeled with variety and yield.                           3618. Best cushaw
 606. Yellow-ear, from the current year’s crop, 8 ears shucked,       3619. Best watermelon
        and labeled with variety and yield.                           Mini 4-H Section (For Cloverbud Only)
 607. Yellow-shelled, from the previous year’s crop, 0.5 gallon       3620. One container in which one kind of plant is
        in a container, and labeled to show variety and yield.               growing (bucket garden)
 WHITE CORN:                                                          3621. Best plate of three zucchini squash
 608. White-ear, from the previous year’s crop, 8 ears shucked,       3622. Best plate of three red tomatoes
        and labeled with variety and yield.                           3623. Largest red or yellow tomato
 609. White-ear, from the current year’s crop, 8 ears shucked,        3624. Best plate of three green bell peppers
        and labeled with variety and yield.                           3625. Best plate of three yellow squash
 610. White-shelled, from the previous year’s crop, 0.5 gallon        3626. Best plate of three cucumbers
        in a container, and labeled to show variety and yield.        3627. Best plate ten green beans
 POPCORN:                                                             3628. Best gourd
 611. White Popcorn-ear, from the previous year’s crop, 8 ears        3629. Best zinnia (in bottle)
        shucked, and labeled with variety and yield.                  3630. Best marigold (in bottle)
 612. Red Popcorn-ear, from the previous year’s crop, 8 ears                                4-H Tobacco
        shucked, and labeled with variety and yield.
 613. Yellow Popcorn-ear, from previous year’s crop, 8 ears           Rules
        shucked, and labeled with variety and yield.                  1.All entries in this class must be cut and speared on
 FIELD SOYBEANS (OIL):                                                sticks at least three days prior to the day of showing,
 614. Soybeans from the current year’s crop, three stalks tied        but must still be in the green stage.
        together below leaves, with roots intact, but free of soil,   2.Green tobacco will be judged on uniformity, general
        and labeled to show variety.                                  appearance and quality.
 615. Soybeans from the previous year’s crop. 1-gallon zip lock       3.Four plants per stick.
        bag, and labeled to show variety and yield.                   4.Juniors are those not age 14 on Jan.1, of current
 GRAIN SORGHUM (MILO):                                                year.
 617. Grain Sorghum from the current year’s crop, three stalks
        tied together below leaves, with roots in tact, but free of   5.Seniors are those who were 14 or over on Jan.1, of
        soil, and labeled to show variety.                            current year but are not past their 19th birthday by
 618. Grain Sorghum from the previous year’s crop, 1 gallon zip       Jan 1, of current year.
        lock bag, and labeled to show variety and yield.              Classes pay $11.00-$8.50-$6.00-$4.00-$2.00
 SWEET SORGHUM:                                                       Classes ;
 619. Sweet sorghum from the current year’s crop, three stalks
        tied together below leaves, with roots in tact, but free of   4801.   Stick Tobacco Jr.
        soil, and labeled to show variety.                            4802.   Stick Tobacco Sr.
 WHEAT (SOFT, RED, WINTER):                                           4803.   Potted Plant Jr.
 620. Wheat from the current year’s crop, 0.5 gallon in a             4804.   Potted Plant Sr.
        container, and labeled to show variety and yield.
 621. Barley from the current year’s crop, 0.5 gallon in a            4805.   Stripped Flying Jr.
        container, and labeled to show variety and yield.             4806.   Stripped Lug Jr.
                4-H RECORD BOOK                                       4807.   Stripped Leaf Jr.
                                                                      4808.   Stripped Tip Jr.
 Class will pay $4.00-$2.50-$1,00                                     4809.   Stripped Flying Sr.
 5101. Record Book-For curent year’s project book. Book will be       4810.   Stripped Lug Sr.
 judged on neatness and completeness. Including project sheets,       4811.   Stripped Leaf Sr.
 pictures and project story.
                                                                      4812.   Stripped Tip Sr.
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                                                       4-H ENTOMOLOGY
4-H’er may enter an exhibit in only one entomology class. Boxes should be 18” x 24” x 3 1/2”. Use insect pins and I.D. labels. Arrange
insects in box to be exhibited horizontally. Contact Spencer Co. Extension Office for complete project rules.
Classes will pay-$3.00-$2.50-$1.50
687. First year project (1 or 2 boxes with 25-50 insects, from at least four orders.
688. Second year project (1 or 2 boxes with 50-100 insects, from at least 8 orders.
689. Third year project (2 boxes with a minimum of 10 orders and 100 - 150 insects.)
690. Fourth year project (2 boxes with minimum of 12 orders and 150 insects, no maximum)
691. Fifth year project advance unit see project book.
HONEY
Honey will show better in oval, flat sided to square clear glass containers. 4-H’ers must use standard honey jars. Except class 696, wide-
mouth mason jars or wide-mouth honey jars may be used.
692. Two one pound containers of white extracted honey
693. Two one pound containers of light amber extracted honey
694. Two one pound containers of amber extracted honey
695. Two one pound containers of dark amber extracted honey
696. Two wide mouth quart jars of chunk honey, any color

                                                            4-H Geology
Only one entry per 4-H member permitted in Geology class. Boxes should be no less that 16” no more than 20”
vertically and no less that 22” no more than 24” horizontally. Rocks: Should be firmly attached and labeled. Box
should have plexiglass cover that can be opened. Boxes will be displayed upright resting on one side, not flat.
Purchased items must be identified. Contact the Spencer Co. Extension Office for State Fair Rules on Disqualifica-
tion Rules and Judges Score Card to be eligible for State Fair Entry.
Classes will pay-$3.50-$2.50-$1.50
Classes
714. Fossils-a collection of 15 fossils
715. First year - 15 different specimens.
716. Second year - 25 different specimens
717. Third Year - 35 different specimens
718. Fourth Year - 50 different specimens
719. Special Collection for Fifth Year or more members-creative, advanced display of member’s choosing which
depicts a geological process, theme, story, or manufacturing process. Posters, notebooks and written narratives
may be included.

                                         4-H HORTICULTURE & PLANT SCIENCE
Rules
4-Her’s are not limited on the number of horticulture classes they enter. One project per class will go on to the State Fair. Contact the
Spencer County Extension Office for complete details on the following Classes.
Classes will pay-$4.00-$3.50-$2.50-$2.00-$1.50
Classes:
561. Environmental Awareness
562. Production and Marketing
563. Experimentsl Horticulture
564. Horticultural Project Exhibits
565. Terrariums
566. Dish gardens (desert or tropical)
567. Vegetable container gardens (grown in container-not dug out of the garden)
568. Annual container gardens (non-vegetable)
569. House plants
570. Hanging baskets
571. Garden and/or Orchard Displays
572. Tomato (5 per plate) Must be ripe (red or yellow color only)
573. Peppers, hot, bell, or sweet (5 per plate)
574. Cucumbers, slicing (5 per plate), pickling (5 per plate)
575. Beans, snap or lima (12 per plate)
576. Corn, sweet (in the husk with silks) (5 ears per plate)
577. Cantaloupe (1whole), halved
578. Largest Tomato (by weight) Must be ripe (red or yellow color only)
579. Largest Cabbage (by weight)
580. Largest Pumpkin (by weight)
581. Largest Watermelon (by weight)
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                   4-H FOOD EXHIBITS                                            4-H HOME ENVIRONMENT
Each exhibitor may enter three (3) classes in the same level, butOnly one class may be entered by exhibitor. Exhibit must be in the unit where the
is limited to one (1) Food Exhibit, one (1) Poster, and one (1)  4-H’ers enrolled.
Food Preservation class.                                         Please refer to the Kentucky State Fair Book to view all rules for entering
Exhibitor may not enter one class in level A, another class in level
                                                                 exhibits or contact the County Extension Office.
B, and another class in level C.                                 Classes will pay-$3.50-$2.50-$1.50
Entries are to be made using recipes in the class description.   Unit I Exhibits from Exploring Your Home proj-
Recipes can be found in Fantastic Foods project book at the      ect book
County Extension Office or at www.Kentucky 4-H.org click on      887. Color Collage-Mount collage on mat board or foam core board.
State Fair and scroll to State Fair Recipes. Contact the Spencer 888. Texture Collage or Rubbing- Mount collage or rubbing on mat board or
                                                                 foam board.
County Extension Office for complete rules and details.          889. Natural finish (grain shows through) applied to small wood object
                                                                 890. Simple, small cloth article created with no machine stitching. Examples
Classes will pay $3.50-$2.50-$1.50                               knotted pillow (no applied design), place mats, draped valance with accom-
Level A: Six Easy Bites                                          panying photo showing end result. Unacceptable: purses, tote bags,
841. Four (4) colossal cookies                                   backpacks, duffle bags.
842. Four (4) brownies                                           891. Simple, cloth item for the home created using minimal sewing machine
843. Four (4) chocolate chip muffins or bran muffins             stitching.p.10, 12-13)(Examples include plain pillow (no applied design),
844. Four (4) 1”x2” granola bars                                 fringed tablecloth, place mats and napkins, laundry bag, valance. Unac-
845. Four (4) cornmeal muffins                                   ceptable: purses, tote bags backpacks, duffle bags.
                                                                 892. Wastebasket
Level B: Tasty Tidbits                                           893. Pin-up (bulletin) board
846. One eight inch round layer chocolate cake                   Unit II Exhibits from Living with Others project
847. Four (4) pretzels, rolled, twisted, or curved               book
848. Four (4) rolled baking powder biscuits                      894. Simple wood item refinished by the 4-H member Examples: refinish a
849. Four (4) cheese straws                                      footstool, children’s furniture, small box, tray, picture frame, bookshelves, and
850. Four (4) whole wheat muffins or bran muffins                plant stand.
Level C: You’re the Chef                                         895, Cloth item for the home created using a sewing machine Examples
851. One-half loaf banana bread                                  include hemmed tablecloth or table runner, wall hanging, pillow, and flat-panel
852. One yeast bread teddy bear                                  hemmed curtains. Unacceptable: purses, tote bags, backpacks, duffle bags.
                                                                 896. Desk Set, including three or more items. Examples: blotter pad, pencil holder,
853. Four (4) breadsticks                                        letter box, notebook, ect.
854. Four (4) whole wheat yeast rolls                            Unit III Exhibits-from Where I Live project book
855. Invent a nutritious snack see State Fair Rules for complete 897. Accessory for the home created by the 4-H member. Examples: stitchery
      details.                                                   or applique all hanging, latch hook items, pillow with applied design (stitchery,
Level D: Foodworks                                               applique or other media), rug, picture in appropriate frame and ready to
856. One whole, double crust apple pie                           hang.
857. Four (4) two-inch diamond shaped of baklava                 898. Table setting
858. One-half apple cake                                         899. Piece of furniture refinished (stripped, sanded, and painted or stained/
                                                                                            table, large chair or
859. Prepare one dish which can be included in the menu for an sealed) examp: rocker,item made useful in achest.way as a home accessory-
                                                                 900. Old or discarded                            new
      event or occasion you plan to cater.8                      This exhibit is to be made up of two parts: 1) the accessory and 2) a sheet or
860. Two brownies using the original recipe and 2 brownies       folder of documentation. Documentation is to include a “before: photo; and
altered to make a healthier product see web site.                explanation of how the item was made useful again in a new way; materials
                                                                 used, cost and time involved in project. Exp: old silverware flattened and
               4H-FOOD PRESERVATION                              made into wind chimes, scrap wood pieces made into wall art, old lace doily
                                                                 attached to a pillow or framed, old tool box cleaned up and made into a TV
Classes will pay $3.50-$2.50-$1.50                               stand.
Level A:861. Six Easy Bites-Freezing Techniques-Package of       Unit IV Exhibits- from In My Home project book
four (4) baked colossal cookies using appropriate freezing pack- 901. An accessory for the home, made with member’s original or adapted
ages techniques.                                                 design. Examples include latch hook rug, or wall hanging; pillow with
Level B:862. Tasty Tidbits-Drying Techniques-Twelve (12)         stitchery design; wall hanging of natural dyed yarns or drawing with mat
banana chips using appropriate drying techniques.                and finished or refinished frame.
                                                                 902. Heritage item refinished, restored, or made by the 4-H member
Level C:863. You’re the Chef-Canning, one (1) pint pickle relish 904. A cloth article made by the 4-H’er showing a major home improve-
or zesty salsa (pg.40)                                           ment-This exhibit is to be made up of two parts: 1) the cloth article and
Level D: Foodworks-Project Book                                  2) a folder of documentation. Documentation is to include a written
864. 1 half-pint jar cooked jelly pg 41-43.                      description, “before” and “after” pictures showing how cloth article is
865. 1 pint of green beans canned according to instruction pg used in home, other colors used in room, time and costs involved, and
38-40                                                            care required. Examples include bedspread, quilt, window treatment and
                                                                 boxed bench pad. Unacceptable: purses, totebags, backpacks, duffle
                                                                 bags.
                                                                 Self-Directed Advanced Project
                                                                 905. Furniture, which has been refinished, reupholstered, recovered,
                                                                 recycled, reused or remodeled
                                                                 906. Design Experience-Creat a plan for or actually complete a design
                                                                 experience.
                                                                 907. Heritage Experience-Complete a heritage project.
                                                                 908. Major Home Improvement
                                                                 CHANGING SPACES
                                                                 909 Room Floor Plan.
                                                                 910 House Floor Plan
                                                                 911 Presentation Board-Color Scheme
                                                                 912 Presentation Board-Bedroom
                                                                 913 Presentation Board-Great Room
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                                                                          QUILTING
1. Entries are limited to an individual entering one class per            832 Quilted Patchwork Block machine tacked, hand tied,
category (division) per project year. Contact the Spencer Co.             quilted by hand or quilted by sewing machine
Extension Office for complete project rules.                              833 Quilted Patchwork Runner machine tacked or hand tied
Classes will pay $3.50-$2.50-$1.50                                        834 Quilted Patchwork Runner quilted by hand or sewing
CROCHET                                                                   machine
813 Scarf, purse, belt, hat, pillow, two wash cloths (made from           835 Lap Quilt/Quilted Wall Hanging quilted by hand stitching
worsted weight cotton yarn), or doll afghan                               836 Lap Quiult/Quilted Wall Hanging quilted by sewing
814 Scarf, purse, belt, hat pillow, or doll afghan. Use novelty yarn      machine
815 Pair of slippers, vest shawl, small afghan, or lap wrap using         837 Creative Quilt or Quilted Wall Hanging quilted by hand
single and/or double crochet stitches.                                    stitching or by sewing machineIntermediate: Lap Quilt/Quilted
816 Hat, belt, scarf, pair of mittens, pillow, sweater, vest, shawl or    Wall Hanging
baby blanket, doily(made from bedspread weight thread) or set of          835 Advanced: Creative Quilt or Quilted Wall Hanging
5 different ornaments (made from bedspread weight thread)
817 Item or pair of items that include one or more of the follow-
ing advance skills: afghan stitch, beadwork, camel crochet, filet                           4-H PHOTOGRAPHY
crochet, Iris crochet, cro-knit/hook, crocreating plaids, geometric
designs or checks; making novelty crochet articles; or creating          4-H’er may enter in only one level per year and may only
your own design                                                          enter 3 classes within that level. All pictures must be made
EMBROIDERY                                                               since the last county fair. Photos may be black and white
818 Embroidery item made with a single color of floss such as            or color unless otherwise stated. Digital images may be
Redwork (red floss on white or unbleached plain woven fabric)            submitted in all classes unless otherwise stated.
Must include stem stitch and have minimum embroidered area of            All photograpy exhibits must be mounted on mat board.
4-x4-inches.                                                             Photography to be judged on, but not limited to: technical,
819 Item of free embroider from the folowing: Embroidery item            impact, composition, creativity, presentation, sequence or
made witha single color of floss such as Redwork(red floss on            collection.
white or unbleached plain woven fabric). Must include stem stitch        Listed below are just classes, contact the Spencer Co. Exten-
and have a minimum embroidered area of 5x7 inches.                       sion Office to get rules and details on photography projects.
820 Item of charted embroidery from the following: Cross stitch          Classes will pay $4.00-$2.50-$1.50
on 1/4 inch gingham and have a minimum ebroidered area of 5x7            Level 1:
inches Counted cross stitch on 11 count Aida cloth and have a            760 Single photograph
minimum embroidered area of 5x7 inches. Snowflake embroidery             761 Sequence (a series of actions to “tell a story”)of 3
(Chicken Scratch) on 1/4 inch smaller checked gingham fabric.            photographs
Must have a minimum embroidered area of 5x7 inches.                      762 Single photograph; still life
821 Item of free embroidery from the following free embridery            763 Single photograph;subject animals
design on plain woven fabric. Must include minimum of 6 dif-             764 Collection
ferent embroidery stitiches with 3 or more colors of embroidery          765 My Community
floss. Must have minimum embroidered area of 7x9 inches.                 766 Five photographs of an event
822 Item *Item of counted cross titch on 14 count Aida cloth or          Level 2:
other fabric using waste canvas. Must have a minimum embroi-             770 Five Photographs showing movement
dered area of 5x7 inches.* Item of Huck embroidery on Huck               771 Single Photograph Person
toweling creating a minimum 2 inch wide border design.*Item of           772 Single Photograph Landscape
Swedish weaving on Monk’s cloth creating a minimum of 6 inch             773 Collection
wide border design.                                                      774 My Community-single photo
823 Item of embroidery from item created or embellished with silk        775 My Community-3-5 photos
ribbon embroidery using 5 or more embroidery stitches with silk          776 My Community-Collage of photos
ribbon.                                                                  777 Digital Collage
KNITTING                                                                 778 Digital Illustration
824 A hat, pillow, purse, scarf, doll afghan, or two wash cloths
825 A hat and scarf; a paif of mittens; a pair of slippers, a shawl;
or an afghan(minimum size 36”x36”)                                          HORTICULTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES
826 This project focuses on shape.                                       780   Single black and white
827 This project focuses on texture and design                           781   Single color
LACEWORK--TATTING                                                        782   Sequence of 4 photographs
828 Tatted item or item embellished with tatted edging or tatted         783   Horticulture collection 6 photos
motifs using Size 3 tatting needle or shuttle and No. 3 cotton
crochet thread.
829 Tatted item or item embellished with tatted edging or tatted
motifs using Size 5 tatting needle or shuttle and size 10 cotton
thread                                                                                 4-H SECRETARY’S BOOK
830 Bookmark, jewelry, tatted embellishment on clothing or               Class will pay $4.00-$2.00-$1.00
other item using size 5 needle or shuttle and 2 appropriate sized        4201. Secretary’s Record Book-4-H 1154B for current
thread.                                                                  club year. Book should include minutes of meetings,
831Exhibit one of the following items:                                   attendance, records, news clippings and picture of club.
    item of shuttle using size 20 or 30 tatting thread
    item of needle tatting using size 7 needle and
    sized tatting thread.
    item using either shuttle or needler tatting with the use of two
    thread or beads
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        4-H Leadership & Communications Project                                  4-H OPEN FOODS
     Contact the Spencer Co. Extension Office for complete       All exhibits to be on a sturdy, disposable container
     project details.                                            and enclosed in a zip-lock bag. All 4-H members
                                                                 enrolled ina food project may make entries in any
     925 Junior Division Communication Scrapbook                 of these classes. Winners DO NOT advance to the
     926 Senior Division Communication Scrapbook                 Kentucky State Fair.
     927 Junior Level 2 pages based on an activity, program      Classes 3901, 3907, 3909, 3913 pay $6.00-$4.50-
          or project from the 4-H Leadership Curriculum          $2.50 Remaining Classes Pay $3.50-$2.50-$1.50
     928 Senior Level 4 pages based on an activity, program
          or project from the 4-H Leadership Curriculum          3901   One-half chocolate cake iced
     936 4-H Club Scrapbook                                      3902   Best plate of four chocolate chip cookies
                                                                 3903   Best plate of four sugar cookies
                                                                 3904   Best plate of four biscuits
                                                                 3905   Best plate of brownies non-mix
                                                                 3906   Best plate of four yeast rolls
                                                                 3907   Best one half non-yeast coffee cake
                                                                 3908   Best one half yeast coffee cake
                4-H OPEN ARTS AND CRAFTS                         3909   Best decorated cake
                                                                 3910   Best plate of four no bake cookies
                                                                 3911   Best plate of four pieces of fudge
     All exhibits are to be made by a 4-H member. Winners        3912   Best one half loaf quick bread
     DO NOT advance to the Kentucky State Fair.                  3913   Best one half pound cake no frosting
     Classes Pay $3.50-$2.50-$1.50                                       4-H CLOVERBUDS OPEN FOODS
     3301 Best nature craft using pine cones,
           rock painting, nuts, corn shucks, dried plants etc.   3914   Best plate of four sugar cookies
     3302 Best wearable art                                      3915   Best plate of four no bake cookies
     3303 Best leather craft article                             3916   Best plate of four cupcakes made from mix
     3304 Best holiday idea article                              3917   Best plate of four brownies
     3305 Best puppet (either bag or stick)                      3918   Best 4 no cook cookies or candy using cereal
     3306 Best woodcraft
     3307 Best arts and crafts gift idea
     3308 Best painting or drawing
     3309 Best ceramic-stained or glazed item from               Clover Trends & Traditions
           greenware                                             Clover Photography
     3311 Best miscellaneous item                                1. Exhibit is limited to a single photograph
                                                                 2. Subject of photograph must include 4-leaf clover (Pho-
                                                                 tographs of 3 leaf clovers will NOT be accepted)
           4-H CLOVERBUDS OPEN ARTS AND CRAFTS                   3. 4-leaf clover real or created.
                                                                 4. Photograph may be color or black and white.
     3312 Best decorated birdhouse any type,                     5. Follow all mounting rules.
          decoration judged only                                 6. Maximum photograph size 8”x12”.
     3313 Best nature craft using pine cones, rock,
          corn shucks, etc.                                      1010 Junior Clover Photograph
     3314 Best foam art craft                                    1011 Senior Clover Photograph
     3315 Best miscellaneous
     3316 Best Christmas ornament                                4-H Note Card
     3317 Best drawing or painting                               1. All cards must be standard note card size of 5 1/2”x 4
     3318 Best woodcraft                                         1/4”.
     3319 Best article using popsicle sticks                     2. Any color card paper is acceptable.
                                                                 3. Card design can be 2 or 3 dimensional.
                   4-H WOOD SCIENCE                              4. Note cards must be accompanied by an envelope that
                                                                 the card can easily fit into.
     4-H’er may enter in one wood science class per              5. Card design is reserved for the “cover” of the card
     year. Exhibits should follow guidelines in project          ONLY. Any design included on inside of the note card will
     books. Contact the Spencer County Extension Office          not be considered by the judges.
     for complete rules and project details.                     1020 Junior 4-H Note Card
                                                                 1021 Senior 4-H note Card
     674   Level 1 Made from a kit
     675   Level 1 Not from a kit
     676   Level 2 Made from a kit
     677   Level 2 Not from a kit
     678   Level 3 Not from a kit
     679   Level 4 No kits
     680   Level 4 No kits
Clover Trends & Traditions Continued                                                                                      33
                                                                                   4-H SEWING
                                                            4-H’er may enter an exhibit in only one sewing class. Follow
Historical Projects                                         state catalog guidelines for each class. Contact the Spen-
Aprons                                                      cer Co. Extension Office for complete details and rules for
1. Exhibit is limited to an apron created using a vintage   projects.
   pattern or design.                                       Classes 790-798 are for Juniors (ages 9-13), Classes 799-
2. Apron must be handmade; no ready-to-wear/factory         810 are for Seniors (ages 14-18). A completed Sewing
   made items will be accepted for judging.                 Project card must be attached with safety pin to all classes.
3. Exhibit may be machine or hand stitched.                 790 Clothing Option:Shorts, pants, or skirt with casing
4. Exhibit may be youth or adult sized apron                waistline
                                                            791 Non-Clothing Option: Drawstring tote bag, purse, or
1030 Junior Vintage Apron                                   laundry bag with drawstring or fabric handles or a laundry
1031 Senior Vintage Apron                                   bag.
                                                            792 Clothing Option: Skirt, shorts or pants with zipper and a
Recording History                                           waistband or facing.
1. Judging criteria will be based on implementa             793 Non-Clothing Option: Tote bag, purse, garment bag, or
   tion of the 4-H theme, 4-H historical content,           gym bag with zipper and self fabric straps or handles
   poster design(lettering, attrtactiveness, how well       794 Clothing Option: Shirt, simple jacket, one piece dress
   it conveys the message), as well as the effective        with no waistline, cape with a hood or collar, bathrobe, or
   ness of the poster to promote 4-H.                       vest with lining or facing. Must have buttons and button-
2. Exhibit must be completed on a standard full size        holes.
   poster board.                                            795 Non-Clothing Option: Backpack with lining, applied trim,
3. Posters may not include items or embellishments          and button/buttonhole closure.
   that make the poster 3-dimensional.                      796 1 or 2 piece complete outfit such as a dress, top and
4. Any use of the 4-H Clover must adhere to the             bottom, pajamas, or nightshirt.
   standards and guidelines of the registered 4-H clover.   797 One piece complete outfit; such as a dress, coveralls, or
5. Any color poster is acceptable.                          jumpsuit. Item must include at least a zipper and/or buttons
6. No foam board permitted.                                 and buttonholes. A waistline simple lining, trim, collar and
                                                            sleeves may be included but are not required.
1040 Junior Historical 4-H Poster                           798 Clothing Option: 2 or 3 piece complete coordinating
1041 Senior Historical 4-H Poster                           outfit; such as warm up suit; dress with jacket or coat, swim-
                                                            wear with cover-up, jacket or shirt with slacks/skirt. At least
4-H Cake Decorating                                         one piece must include sleeves and a collar/hood.
1. Entry consists of a decorated (Styrofoam)cake.           799 Non Clothing Option: original design tote bag and
2. Styrofoam MUST be the base for the decorating.           documentation folder. Using Wild Ginger Software, Inc. Wild
   Real cakes will not be accepted.                         Things!
3. Judging is based on deocration only not taste.           800 Clothing Option: 1 or 2 piece complete outfit made
4. Exhibit is not limited to color or design.               from knit or woven fabric such as a dress, top and bottom,
5. Refrigeration will NOT be provided.                      simple pajamas or robe.
6. Exhibit must be limited in size to no taller than        801 Non-Clothing Option: 2 coordinating fashion accessories
   24” and no more than 1/2 sheet board.                    from the following, wallet, garment bag, purse, backopack or
7. Style, theme and decoration is at the discretion of      duffel bag. At least one piece must have zipper.
   the 4-Her.                                               802 1 or 2 piece complete dressy outfit, such as a dress,
                                                            suit, pantsuit, sport coat and slacks. Fabric choice may be
1050 Junior General Cake Decorating                         woven, knit or a combination of the two.
1051 Senior General Cake Decorating                         803 Clothing Option: Make a complete 3 or 4 piece coordi-
                                                            nated outfit.
4-H Cake Decorating                                         804 Non-Clothing Option: 3 or 4 piece coordinating lug-
1. Entry consists of a decorated (Styrofoam)cake.           gage/travel accessories set. Each piece must have an ap-
2. Styrofoam MUST be the base for the decorating.           plied border/trim, pocket and zipper.
   Real cakes will not be accepted.                         805 Clothing Option: Construct a complete outfit for one of
3. Judging is based on deocration only not taste.           the following activities:Halloween theater, or historic
4. Exhibit is not limited to color or design.               costume* Uniform for medical, cheerleader, dancer, etc.*
5. Refrigeration will NOT be provided.                      Riding apparel
6. Exhibit must be limited in size to no taller than        806 Non-Clothing Option: Select one of the following and
   24” and no more than 1/2 sheet board.                    construct a: Fabric doll or animal with a wardrobe of two
7. Cake must include the 4-H Clover either in design        outfits* Machine appliqued specialty flag or decorative ban-
   or decoration.                                           ner min.24x24
                                                            807 Clothing Option: 2 or 3 piece complete outfit
1060 Junior General Cake Decorating                         808 Non-Clothing Option: Kite min. size 2 ft x 3 ft.
1061 Senior General Cake Decorating                         809 1or 2 piece complete outfit such as a prom dress,
                                                            bridesmaid dress or tuxedo.
Foodscapes                                                  810 Suit, jacket or coat made from 100% wool or at least
1070 Junior 4-H Foodscape                                   60% wool blend fabric.
1071 Senior 4-H Cake Foodscape                              811 A complete sewn outfit consisting of 1 to 3 pieces.
Cup Cakes
1080 Junior4-H Cup Cake Decorating
1081 Senior 4-H Cup Cake Decorating
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                                                       BARNYARD OLYMPICS
                                                           Wednesday, July 27 7:00 PM
 Chairpersons: Duane Hume,Valorie Hume and Keith Stinnett
 Open to any Spencer County business, club, church, office or corporate group
 Each group can enter one or more 5 member teams.
 Team members representing each group must be employed by or member of that specific group.
 Team members must be at least 16 years of age.
 No entry fees. Must pay gate admission-$10.00.
 Dress appropriately
 Spencer County Fair is not responsible for accidents
 Contest will be held on Pulling Track.
 Prizes
 $150.00 cash will be presented to the 1st Place Team
 A traveling first place trophy will be presented to the winning team to display in their business, church, office etc.
 until the next Spencer County Fair
 Plaques for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places will be presented to the winning teams

 EVENTS
 1. Horsefeed Sack Race-four members of the team
 2. Dizzy Bat Chicken Race-four members of the team
 3. Lifesaver Pig in a Poke-all five members of the team
 4. Chicken Laying Egg in a Spoon Relay-all five members of the team
 5. Picking Oranges Pass-all five members of the team
 6. Don’t Drown the Kitten Water Balloon Toss-two members of the team
 7. Manure Pitch Off-three members of the team
 8. Don’t Dump Wheel Barrel Race-four members of the team-bring gloves
 9. Bunny Hop Over the Ball-four members of the team
 10.Surprise Event
 Rules for each event will be explained prior to each event.
 Eight events will be held with the following points given for each place. 1st-3 points, 2nd-2 points, 3rd-1 point
 Largest total points wins the Barnyard Olympics

 In case of a tie, all five team members will participate in a tug-of-war.


                  Register your team by contacting committe chairpersons at 502-477-1007 or 502-477-5559
                                      No registrations will be accepted after July 20, 2011


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                               Back Seat Driving Contest
                                  Wednesday, July 27

                   Register at 7:00 PM Contest start 8:00 PM
                   OR IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING BARNYARD OLYMPICS
                         Chairman-Duane Humeand Valorie Hume
              Ladies..here’s your chance to show that great talent we possess:
                      Telling the menfolk how to drive! Sounds Great!

Entry fee:$5 per couple. Everyone pays gate admission $10.00.

The contest is open to couples-husband/wife or man/lady teams.
You must be at least 16 years of age and have a valid driver’s license.
We’ll blindfold the man driving the garden tractor while he drives through an obstacle course.
The lady is seated in a cart behind the tractor yelling instructions!
The quickest time wins with 5 second penalties for each cone hit.
Must attempt each cone to qualify

Prize 1st Place 25%, 2nd Place 15%, 3rd Place 10%
                         Grab your partner for the ride of your life!



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                                    2 AND 4 WHEEL DRIVE
                                 WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 7:00 PM
                                    Weigh-in 6:00 - 8:00 PM PRIZE MONEY:
     CLASSES:
     4000 lb 4-Wheel Drive                                             1ST PLACE $300
     5500 lb 2-Wheel Drive                                             2ND PLACE $200
     6000 lb 4 Wheel Drive                                             3RD PLACE $100
     Spencer County residents only
     (6000 lb. max)                                     For Additional Information Contact:
                                                        Dwight Martin 502-477-9992
                                                        or www.tugowar.org

RULES:
1.   Entry fee $25.00-Double elimination based on number of entries.
2.   Fair Board reserves the right to have single elimination as deemed necessary.
3.   Spencer County Class- truck must be owned by Spencer County resident.
4.   Driver will be weighed with truck.
5.   See rules at www.tugowar.org.
6.   Winner will be decided by process of elimination.
7.   The Spencer County Fair Board is not responsible for accidents or damage to trucks.
8.   Judges decision will be final.
9.   Everyone pays gate admission $10.00.


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                   KIDS CHALLENGE                                                            PEDAL PULL
               Thursday, July 28 6:00PM                                              Thursday, July 29 7:30 PM
                                                                      Chairpersons-Duane Hume Valorie Hume and Keith Stinnett
 Chairpersons-Duane Hume, Valorie Hume and Keith Stinnett
                                                                                   Event will be held in Show Ring
              Event will be held in Show Ring
Everyone pays gate admission $10.00.                                Rules:
                                                                    1. The contestant must be able to pedal the tractor without
Open to children 15 years and younger.                                 assistance.
Events will be broken into three age categories as follows:         2. Pedal tractors will be furnished for all participants.
7 years and younger                                                 3. All contestants must wear shoes.
8 thru 12 years                                                     4. All contestants will be given 3 chances to get the sled
13 thru 15 years                                                       moving from the starting line.
                                                                    5. The pulling tractor must stay between the lines of the
Children should dress appropriately because of July heat and the       pulling lanes at all times.
expectation of getting dirty and wet.                               6. If the tractor leaves the pulling lane the distance will be
Prizes will be awarded.                                                measured to the point where the tractor crossed the
NO ENTRY FEE                                                           boundary.
                                                                    7. In case of tie, there will be a pull off.
EVENTS:                                                             8. Both girls and boys are eligible to enter-age limit 12 years.
1. Football Toss                                                    9. The judges decision will be final for all pulls
2. Bubble Blowing Contest                                           10.The Spencer County Fair Board will not be held responsible
                                                                       due to accident.
3. Baseball Toss                                                    11.Child must be with an adult or guardian at time of
4. Sack Race                                                            registration-registration starts at 7:30 PM.
5. Frisbie Toss                                                     12. Everyone pays gate admission$10.00.
6. Cornhole Toss
                                                                   CLASSES:                        PRIZES:
7. Egg and Spoon Race                                              20-40 lbs. contestants weight   1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Trophies
                                                                   41-60 lbs. contestants weight   each class
                 1st-$3 2nd-$2 3rd-$1                              61-80 lbs. contestants weight   No Entry Fee
                                                                   81-100 lbs contestants weight
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                                  NORTHERN KENTUCKY DIESEL TRUCK PULL
                                       Thursday, July 28 7:00 PM
                                                Everyone Pays Gate Admission $10.00
     Hook fee $20.00

     6200 lb 4x4 Gas Trucks
     8500 Work Stock Diesel
     8000 Pro-Street Diesel (2.6) Turbo

                       Northern Ky Tractor Pullers Association Info Natilie Wolfe 859-391-3120
                                                 SPENCER COUNTY CLASSES
                                                 Contact Jimmy Hance 502-220-6016

     Mud & Tug Trucks                                                               100-50-25
     8500 Work Stock Daily Driven                                                   100-50-25
     Spencer Co Residents and Surrounding Counties
     1.   Drivers License, proof of insurance
     2.   Stock Charger, computer chips legal
     3.   No hanging weights
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                      Taylorsville, KY
                      502-477-5444
Silkscreen &
Embroidery
Shirts, Hats,
Jackets, etc                                 Personalized Mugs,
                                             Buttons & Magnets
Signs & Banners
Auto Lettering
Auto Magnets
Site & Yard Signs

                    Promotional Products


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Tables                   Taylorsville, KY
                          502-477-2508
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                      LITTLE MISS AND MISTER SPENCER COUNTY
                           THURSDAY, JULY 28 7:30 PM
Committee:Tammy Snider 502-477-8527
             LeAnn Carrier 502-477-9542
Rules and Regulations:
1. Contestants must be a resident of Spencer County as of May 1, 2011.
2. Contestants must have reached the age of 5 by midnight, June 30 and cannot have reached the age of 8 by
midnight, June 30, 2011.
3. Contestant’s will be judged as a couple. Personality, interview, runway poise, appearance and overall presen-
tation will be judged.
4. Girls will appear on stage in Capri pants, boys in shorts (no denim of any color), and a shirt and shoes of
their choice.
5. Any contestant who has competed at the professional level will be considered ineligible. Any contestant that
has competed for monetary gain in anything other than amateur contest is considered professional.
6. No one will be permitted backstage except appointed chairpersons.
7. Previous first place winners of this contest are ineligible to compete.
8. All rules and regulations, state and county, apply to all Contestants and must be strictly enforced.
9. All contestants must register as a couple by June 30, 2011.
10. Entry fee is $50.00 per couple and is non-refundable and does not include gate admission of $10.00 Make
checks payable to Spencer Co. Fair.
11. Contestants will attend all rehearsals unless excused by chairperson.
ENTRY FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON SATURDAY JULY 23RD TIME TO BE ANNOUNCED. MANDATORY PRACTICE WILL
BE CONDUCTED ON SUNDAY, JULY 24TH TIME TO BE ANNOUNCED, YOU MUST BE PRESENT FOR BOTH OF THESE
EVENTS OW WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.

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                                    2011 Little Miss and Mister Spencer County
                                                   ENTRY FORM
Name Girl:_______________________________ Boy:_____________________________________
Date of Birth:_____________________________                  _____________________________________
Home Phone:_____________________________                      _____________________________________
Cell Phone:______________________________                    _____________________________________
Address:________________________________                     _____________________________________
City:___________________________________                     _____________________________________
E-Mail:_________________________________                     _____________________________________
Parents Name:____________________________                    _____________________________________
Mail this entry form along with you $50.00 entry fee and a copy of your birth certificate to:Tammy Snider, 2585
Taylorsville Road, Taylorsville, Ky. 40071. Applications must be postmarked no later than June 30, 2011.
Contestants will be deemed ineligible if all items are not received and postmarked by the appropriate
date. NO EXCEPTIONS.
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                                   Thursday, July 28 8:30 PM (Following Little Miss & Mister)
Committee: Tammy Snider 502-477-8527, LeAnn Carrier 502-477-9542
                                                         ENTRY FORM
Name:_____________________________________________________________________________
Address:___________________________________________________________________________
Home Phone #____________________________Cell Phone#________________________________
E-Mail____________________________________________________________________________
Parents/Guardian Name:______________________________________________________________
I have read the rules for this contest and agree to abide by these terms.
Contestant Signature:_________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature:____________________________________________________________
General Rules
1. Contestants must have reached her 8th birthday by June 30, 2011 and shall have not reached her 13th birthday by October
    31, 2011.
2. Contestants must be a full time resident of Spencer County as of May 1, 2011.
3. Contestants will appear on stage in Capri pants (no denim of any color), and a shirt and shoes of their choice.
4. Any contestant who has competed at the professional level will be considered ineligible.
5. No one will be permitted backstage except appointed chairperson.
6. Previous first place winners of this contest are ineligible to compete.
7. All rules and regulations, state, and county apply to all Contestants and will be strictly enforced.
8. All contestants must be registered by June 30, 2011.
9. Entry fee is $25.00 and is non refundable. Make checks and or money orders to the Spencer Co. Fair. This does not include
    $10.00 gate admission.
10. Contestants will attend all rehearsals unless excused by a chairperson.
11. The pageant committee reserves the right to dismiss at any time any contestant who does not show a proper amount of
     cooperation and courtesy to committee members, judges and fellow contestants.
10. No previous first place winner is eligible to participate in pageant a second time.

INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON SATURDAY, JULY 23RD TIME TO BE ANNOUNCED. MANDTORY PRACTICE WILL BE
CONDUCTED ON SUNDAY, JULY 24TH TIME TO BE ANNOUNCED, YOU MUST BE PRESENT FOR BOTH OF THESE EVENTS OR WILL BE
DISQUALIFIED.
Mail this entry form along with you $25.00 entry fee and a copy of your birth certificates to: Tammy Snider, 2585 Taylorsville Road,
Taylorsville, Ky. 40071. APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN JUNE 30, 2011. CONTESTANTS WILL BE
DEEMED INELIGIBLE IF ALL ITEMS ARE NOT RECEIVED AND POSTMARKED BY THE APPROPRIATE DATE. NO EXCEPTIONS!




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                    Friday, July 29 6:00 PM
       Open to Spencer County 4-H and FFA Members Only
                                                                                       JEFFIERS ANGUS FARM
Committee: David Taylor, Darryl Matherly, Bland Baird, Bryce Roberts
Rules:
1. All calves must be halter broken and comply with health regulations as stated
in catalog.
2. Premiums for 4-H and FFA will be figured on percentage based on the number
of animals and premium checks will be mailed a few days after the fair.
3. Judging of 4-H and FFA will be done on the Danish System.
4. All participants must be a member of Spencer County 4-H or FFA.
Beef Heifer Classes
British Breeds- Must be Angus, Hereford, Shorthorn or any cross of the British
Breeds.
601. Late Junior Calf-born March 1-May 31, 2011.
602. Junior Calf-born Jan. 1-Feb. 28, 2011                                         MATTHEW                                          COURTNEY
603. Senior Calf-born Sept. 1-Dec. 31, 2010                                              303 Pleasant Railway, Taylorsville, Ky 40071
604. Summer Yearling-born June 1-Aug. 31, 2010                                                       502-477-2391
605. Junior Summer Yearling-born Mar. 1-May 31, 2010
606. Junior Yearling-born Jan. 1-Feb 28, 2010
607. Senior Yearling-born Sept. 1-Dec. 31, 2009
Grand Champion & Reserve Champion
Exotic Breeds-Must be Charolais, Simmental, Chianina, Main Anjou, Limousin or
any percentage of exotic breeds.
608. Late Junior Calf-born March 1-May 31, 2011.
609. Junior Calf-born Jan. 1-Feb. 28, 2011
610. Senior Calf-born Sept. 1-Dec. 31, 2010
611. Summer Yearling-born June 1-Aug. 31, 2010
612. Junior Summer Yearling-born Mar. 1-May 31, 2010
613. Junior Yearling-born Jan. 1-Feb 28, 2010
614. Senior Yearling-born Sept. 1-Dec. 31, 2009
Grand Champion & Reserve Champion
 615. Jr. Showmanship (exhibitor not have passed 14th birthday by
       Jan. 1st of current year)
 616. Sr. Showmanship (exhibitor must be 14 years or older by
       Jan. 1st of current year)




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     FAIR BEAR & FAIRABEAR




   The Kentucky State Fair Fairbears are coming to the Spencer
  County Fair, Thursday, July 28. Fairbear and Fairabear are the
  adorable official mascots of the Kentucky State Fair and will be
 giving away free hugs, state fair souvenirs and information about
  the 2011 Kentucky State Fair. These playful personalities have
                     been around since 1978.

This yearsKentucky State Fair will be August 18-28 at the Kentucky
   Exposition Center in Louisville. The Fairbears will return from
 their statewide tour of more than 90 scheduled appearances for the
  state fair and can be found meeting and greeting all their friends
                          throughout the fair.
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                                              4-H & FFA Dairy Show
                                             Friday, July 29 6:30 PM
Open to Spencer Co. 4-H & FFA Members Only
Committee: Bland Baird, James Tipton, David Taylor, Darryl Matherly, Bryce Roberts
Rules for 4-H & FFA Dairy Show
1. The 4-H and FFA divisions will be shown at the same time beginning at 6:00 PM Friday, July 29. A first place winner will
   be named in each division.
2. 4-H and FFA classes are open to only children enrolled in a Spencer County Organization.
3. Judging of 4-H and FFA will be done on a Danish System. Premium money will be distributed according to the following
   formula:Blue-3X, Red-2X, White-1X. $750 to be distributed among all Youth Livestock Classes.
4. Entries showing as “registered” must be registered by their respective breed association in the 4-H and FFA member’s
   name or proof of application for registration or transfer submitted and registration paper will be checked by the
   committee. Registered animals will receive $1 extra for cows in milk will receive $2 extra.
Classes:
0701 Junior heifer calf born between 3-1-11 and 4-30-11
0702 Intermediate heifer calf born between 12-1-10 and 2-28-11
0703 Senior heifer calf born between 09-01-10 and 11-30-10
0704 Summer yearling heifer born between 06-01-10 and 08-31-10
0705 Junior yearling heifer born between 05-08-10 and 05-31-10
0706 Intermediate yearling heifer born between 12-1-09 and 02-28-10
0707 Senior yearling heifer born between 09-01-09 and 11-30-09
0708 2 year old cow born between 9-1-09 and 8-31-09
0709 3 year old cow born between 9-1-08 and 8-31-09
0710 4 year old cow born between 9-1-07 and 8-31-08
0711 Cows 5 years and older born before 08-31-06
Junior Champion Female $25
Senior Champion Female $25
Grand Champion Female $25
SHOWMANSHIP
0712 4-H members carrying the dairy project, each will show his/her own animal.
0713 FFA members carrying the dairy project, each will show his/her own animal.

                                             OPEN DAIRY SHOW
                                         FRIDAY, JULY 29 6:30 PM
                                Holsteins, Jerseys, Brown Swiss, Ayrshires
Rules for All Open Dairy Shows
1. Each dairy breed will show separately, starting with Holsteins.
2. The Open Dairy Show is open to any dairy herd in Kentucky. Purebreds and grade animals will show together.
   All cattle upon entering the grounds must be accompanied by an official health certificate.
3. Each exhibitor is limited to 2 entries per class.
4. All cattle must be entered by 6:00 pm, Friday, July 29th.
5. All animals must be in care of responsible handlers and the Spencer County Fair Board is in no way
   responsible for accidents which involve animals entered in the show.
Classes 0801-0811 will pay the following:$20-$15-$10-$5-$3
Classes
0801 Junior heifer calf born between 3-1-11 and 4-30-11
0802 Intermediate heifer calf born between 12-1-10 and 2-28-11
0803 Senior heifer calf born between 09-01-10 and 11-30-10
0804 Summer yearling heifer born between 06-01-10 and 08-31-10
0805 Junior yearling heifer born between 05-08-10 and 05-31-10
0806 Intermediate yearling heifer born between 12-1-09 and 02-28-10
0807 Senior yearling heifer born between 09-01-09 and 11-30-09
0808 2 year old cow born between 9-1-09 and 8-31-09
0809 3 year old cow born between 9-1-08 and 8-31-09
0810 4 year old cow born between 9-1-07 and 8-31-08
0811 Cows 5 years and older born before 08-31-06
Junior Champion Female $25
Senior Champion Female $25
Grand Champion Female $25
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                   Hot Farm & Out of Field Tractor Pull
                                  FRIDAY, JULY 29 7:00 PM
                             Everyone Pays Gate Admission $10.00
                                       Hook fee $20.00

  5,500 Antique 8MPH            16.9 top cuts                                                        200-100-50-25
  9,000 Factory Farm Stock 8MPH 2600 RPM                                                             200-100-50-25
 10,000 Hot Farm                3000 RPM                                                            300-200-100-50
 11,000 Factory Farm Stock 8MPH 2600 RPM                                                             200-100-50-25
 13,000 Factory Farm Stock 8MPH 2600 RPM                                                             200-200-50-25
  King of the Hill                                                                                   200-100-50

                                         Jimmy Hance 502-220-6016


  General Tractor Rules
  All Tractors entering in any class must comply with the following:       Factory Farm Stock Rules, King of the Hill, 9000, 11,000,
  1. No Nitrous, Alcohol, or Propane assist will be allowed                13,000.
  2. 20.8-42 tire size limit. No altered tires or cut tires. No duals.     Pull is open to any diesel, or gas tractor which meets the
  3. Maximum drawbar height is 20 inches from ground. Minimum              following rules.
  length of drawbar will be 20 inches from point of hook to center of      1. Each tractor must look standard for its year, make and
  rear axle. Hitching devices must be horizontal to ground and sta-        model and appear out of the field.
  tionary in all directions. No hooking over drawbar support height.       2. Must have working PTO.
  Hole of hitch must be at least 3 inches wide by 3.5 inches long.         3. Must have three point hitch.
  Track officials must be able to hook sled chain from behind pan of       4. Tractors may not exceed 2600 RPM-NO EXCEPTIONS.
  sled, so all rear weights must be placed to allow this. NO ONE will      5. Add on turbos will be permitted. The compressor housing
  be allowed to crawl under tractor to hook chain.                         inlet on the intake side of the turbo may be no larger than 2.3
  4. Any loss ballast, fluid or parts other than from internal breakage    inches(I.D.).
  will be grounds for disqualification while in motion.                    6. No turbo slugs or sleeves allowed. NO bushings.
  5. No drivers under the age of 15 will be allowed to pull. Any           7. No water injection allowed.
  driver under the age of 18 must have written permission by parent        8. Tractors in this category must all comply with General Trac-
  or legal guardian.                                                       tor rules.
  6. No weight bracket to exceed one foot in front of furthermost          9. All rules will be strictly enforced.
  point of tractor.                                                        10. No factory substitutions or replacement engines allowed.
  7. Participants may enter only one tractor per class. Participant        11. If you use a clevis to pull from, the hitch will be measured
  may only drive one tractor per class.                                    at the drawbar or the highest hooking point.
  8. All drivers must adhere to flag person at ALL TIMES.                  12. Pressed Steel Wheels are permitted.
  9. Drivers must weigh at or under the specified weight for that class.   Hot Farm Rules 10,000
  10.Drivers must be seated at all times with at least one hand on the     Pull is open to any tractor that meets the following rules:
  steering wheel at all times. Tractor must be operated in a safe man-     1. Tractors may not exceed 3000RPM. NO EXCEPTIONS.
  ner at ALL TIMES or will be disqualified.                                2. The compressor housing inlet on the intake side of turbo
  11. If a tractor hits or crosses boundary marks, driver will be dis-     may be no larger than 2.75 inches (I.D.)
  qualified.                                                               3. Water injection is permitted (water only).
  12. No “jerk” starting of sled all attempts, must start with a tight     4. All tractors must run FactoryAppearing Inection pumps or an
  sled chain.                                                              “A” pump. NO P SERIES PUMPS IN THE 10,000 HOT FARM.
  13. Only tractor and driver will be allowed within the boundary          5. Any tractor that came out of the factory with an engine that
  marks on track during pull attempt. Anyone else on the track during      is 466 cubic inches or less may pull in the 10,000 class.
  attempt will be grounds for disqualification.                            6. Tractors must be equipped with an emergency breakaway
  14. Tractor has 3 minutes from time called to the sled to be hooked.     kill switch on back of tractor.
  15. No entries once class has started.
  16. No twisted devices.
  17. Any driver wishing to file a protest can only protest a tractor
  in their class and the protestor’s tractor must be proven legal first.
  Any tractor protested or checked by an official found to not meet the
  criteria for a class will be disqualified from that class.
  18. All tractors are subject to weigh out and are subject to technical
  inspection before, during and/or after pull.
                                           ARCHERY SHOOT                                                                  49

                                             Friday, July 29 6:00 PM
Contact: Duane Hume 502-422-1007                             Everyone pays gate admission of $10.00

Trophies for ages 9-18
Adults - Entry fee $6.00 85% Payback
1. Event ages for Archery are 9-11, 12-14, 15-18 and Adult. Official indoor NFAA Target 20 yard, 16” x 16”
    or 5-Spot target shall be the official targets.
2. When a participant selects a target, whether it be single or 5-Spot, they shall continue to shoot that target
    throughout the competition.
3. The Adult archery division shall consist of three separate competitve classes:
Bowhunter Class-Equipment Allowed: Stationary pins, release may be used, stabilizers cannot exceed 7 inches, no scopes,
illusion rings or laser sights allowed, no shafts or points larger than 11/32” will be permitted.
Target Class-Equipment Allowed: Micrometre(click) or adjustable sights with or without scopes (no restriction on magnifica-
tion), release may be used, and stabilizer, any diameter shaft permitted, no illusion rings or laser
Bare Recurve/Long Bow Class-Equipment Allowed: No release aids or sights permitted, gloves or tabs only, no marked strings
or bow.
4. Participants will shoot five arrows at three targets.
9-11 Division
12-14 Division
15-18 Division
Adult-Bowhunter
Adult-Target Bow
Adult-Bare Recurve


                                KARAOKE CONTEST
                       Friday, July 29 8:00 PM (Approximately)
                          Immediately following Toddler Show
                            Registration 7:00 PM at Pavilion
                                Come Give Karaoke a Try
                                     “New for 2011”
                                       New Night
                           MC and Special Music presented by
                         Spencer County Native, Billy Curtsinger
  Once again “Star Bound Karaoke” will have many songs to choose from! Contestants
  will perform 1 selection. Judging will be based on vocal ability, stage presence and
  audience participation. Everyone pays gate admission $10.00.

  CLASSES
  1. GIRLS/BOYS UP TO 8 YRS                             YOU CAN NOT BRING YOUR
  2. GIRLS/BOYS 9YRS TO 16 YRS                                OWN MUSIC
  3. WOMEN/MEN 17 YRS TO 24 YRS
  4. WOMEN/MEN 25 YRS AND UP
  5. BEST DUO UP TO 16 YEARS                              NEED INFORMATION
  COUPLE GIRLS/BOYS UP TO 16 YRS                        ELLEN REDMON 477-5123
  6. BEST DUO 17 YEARS AND UP
  (CLASSES 5 & 6 are decided by the oldest participant)
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         SPENCER COUNTY TODDLER CONTEST                            SPENCER COUNTY BABY CONTEST
              FRIDAY, JULY 29 7:00 PM                               SATURDAY, JULY 30 6:30 PM
 General Rules
 1. Entries open to Spencer County residents ONLY.          General Rules
    Must be a resident as of May 1, 2011.                   1. Entries open to Spencer County residents ONLY.
 2. Toddlers must be between 25-29 months as of                Must be a resident as of May 1, 2011.
    contest date.                                           2. Babies must be between 6-24 months as of
    **Exception** If child turns 60 months after June          contest date.
    30, 2010 and by July 30, 2011 they may                  3. Babies will show in t-shirt, shorts, shoes, socks
    participate as a toddler. This is due to the state         optional.
    mandated June 30 cut off date for Little Miss and       4. Babies will be judged on appearance personality
    Mister Contest.                                            and contentment.
 3. Toddlers will show in t-shirt, shorts, shoes and        5. Pre-registration required, no entries that night.
    socks optional.                                         6. Mail a copy of birth certificate, $10.00 entry fee
 4. Toddlers will be judged on appearance, personality         to Spencer Co. Fair, Baby Show, P.O. Box 481,
    and contentment..                                          Taylorsville, Ky 40071. Make checks payable to
 5. Pre-registration required, no entries that night.          Spencer Co. Fair. Fee is non-refundable.
 6. Mail a copy of birth certificate, $10.00 entry fee to   7. Entries must be postmarked by July 15, 2011.
    Spencer Co. Fair, Toddler Contest, P.O. Box 481,        8. Everyone pays gate admission $10.00.
    Taylorsville, Ky. 40071. Make checks payable to
    Spencer Co. Fair Fee is non-refundable.                 Classes
 7. Entries must be postmarked by July 15, 2011
 8. Everyone pays gate admission of $10.00.                 Girls 06-11 mos      Boys 06-11 mos
                                                            Girls 12-17 mos      Boys 12-17 mos
 Classes
 Girls 25-36 mos.    Boys 25-36 mos.                        Girls 18-24 mos      Boys 18-24 mos
 Girls 37-48 mos.    Boys 37-48 mos.
 Girls 49-59 mos.    Boys 49-59 mos.
            1st-$15 2nd-$10.00 3rd-$5.00                            1st-$15 2nd-$10.00 3rd-$5.00
      1st Place Trophy, Ribbons for 2nd and 3rd Place         1st Place Trophy Ribbons, for 2nd and 3rd Place



                           2011 SPENCER COUNTY BABY/TODDLER SHOW ENTRY FORM
                                    CIRCLE ONE:     BABY         TODDLER
                               CHAIRPERSONS: Marjorie Shular & Amy Schrader
                                 T-Shirt, Shorts, Shoes and Socks (optional)

 Name:________________________________________________________________
 Sex:_____________Date of Birth:________________Age date of Show:_________months
 Parents Name:__________________________________________________________
 ____________________________________________________________________
 Home Phone:_________________________Daytime Phone:______________________
 Address:______________________________________________________________
 City:_________________________________________________________________
 Childs favorite toy, pet or activity:____________________________________________
 _____________________________________________________________________
 _____________________________________________________________________
 _____________________________________________________________________

 Mail Entry Form, entry fee $10.00 and a copy of birth certificate to: Spencer Co. Fair, Baby/
 Toddler Show, P.O. Box 481, Taylorsville, Ky. 40071. For more information call Marjorie Shular,
 502-321-8961.

                All entries must be mailed and postmarked no later than July 15, 2011.
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 MOTHER & DAUGHTER LOOK                            FATHER & SON
       ALIKE CONTEST                            LOOK ALIKE CONTEST
  Saturday, July 30 7:30 PM                   Saturday, July 30 8:00 PM
         following Baby Show                  following Mother & Daughter Contest
               (Pavillion)                                 (Pavillion)
  Committee: Terri Slucher & Kim Stump      Committee: Terri Slucher & Kim Stump

RULES                                       Rules

1. At least one person must be a            1. At least one person must be a
   Spencer County Resident.                    Spencer County Resident.
2. No age limit.                            2. No age limit.
3. Dress-Casual Attire                      3. Dress-Casual Attire.
4. No entry fee.                            4. No entry fee.
5. Must pay gate admission of               5. Must pay gate admission of
   $10.00.                                     $10.00.
Trophies: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place            Trophies: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place




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                                                      Air Conditioning, Inc
                                                      Taylorsville, KY
                                                      502/477-2508
                                                      www.martinheatingandac.com



 *See your independent Trane dealer for complete program eligibility, dates, details and restrictions. Special financing offers OR instant rebate from $100 up to $1,000 valid on
 qualifying systems only. All sales must be to homeowners in the United States. Void where prohibited.
                                     MUD BOG                                                 53

                           SATURDAY JULY 30
                                 6:00 PM
                   EVERYONE PAYS GATE ADMISSION $10.00

ENTRY FEE $20.00                            Rules:
                                            DOT Tires Only
CLASSES:
                                            Run by the number.
4 & 6 Cylinder                              No by runs.
36” & Under Tire Size                       No Super Chargers unless Stock
37” & Over Tire Size                        No 2 Stage Nitrous kits
                                            Helmets required.
Swamp Buggies

 For more information call Dwight Martin 477-9992, Bobby Hurst 386-6354, Jeremy Whitehouse
                            232-5736 and Russell Goodwin 738-0051




      P remier Realtors
    SPENCER COUNTY’S
                 A
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         ST W         David Taylor (502) 639-7078
                      James Tipton (502) 639-7079
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                      Jill Herndon (502) 639-2862
                                                                             !

                      Kim Dohner (502) 422-0180
                     Sharon Coulter (502) 639-8417
                      Annette King (502) 643-1540
                                          (502) 249-0832
                       David Woods(502) 379-1534
                       Keith King
                      Andrea Willis (502) 817-2178
                          Toll e w e l    (502) 817-65
                      D a v i d J Freel (888)477-9595 0 4
                              Fax (502) 477-9998                     Equal Housing
                             Office (502) 477-9595
            www.PremierRealtorsKy.com
  “Here at Premier Realtors, we understand that if we don’t take care
           of our customers and clients, someone else will.”
                                                           ,
                  107 Settlers Center Way, Taylorsville, KY 40071
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                                    Commonwealth Garden Tractor Puller Association
                                                                Saturday, July 30, 6:00 PM
                                                          Everyone pays Gate Admission-$10.00

8 H.P. & Under stock alt.2 .............................................................................. 850 lbs.-13 in. hitch (gas or alcohol)
48 Cubic in V-Twin OHV of Single Cylinder OHV................................... 950 lbs.-13 in. hitch (gas or alcohol)
25 HP & Under Stk Alt 2, (62 cu. in. limit flat head only).......................................900 lbs-13in. hitch (gas or alcohol)
20 HP & Under Stock.......................................................................................................950 lbs 13 in hitch (gas only)
12 HP & Under Stk Alt 2 (max. 30 over)..............................................................950 lbs.-13 in. hitch (gas or alcohol)
14 HP & Under Stock -(stock unmodified(30 carb)......................................................950 lbs.-13 in. hitch (gas only)
25 HP & Under Stock Twin (60 cu. in. limit). (Stock carb) ..........................................950 lbs.-13 in. hitch (gas only)
16 HP & Under Stock Alt. (36.6 cu. in Limit)..................................................1050 lbs. 13 in. hitch. (gas or alcohol)
Motorcycle-Open cc 4 cylinder limit(4x1-2x2-4)..........................................................................1100 lbs. 13 in. hitch
                                                                                                      Entry fee $10.00 for members
  For Additional Information Club Contacts:                                                           and $15.00 for non-members
  John Varner 859-333-6504
  Richie Cochran 859-576-8048                                                                           Gas or Alcohol single engines only
  www.commonwealthpullers. org                                                                           Alcohol users MUST wear firesuit



                    “VOTE AND BE COUNTED”
                                      2011
                 PROUD TO SUPPORT THE 2011 SPENCER COUNTY FAIR
                                               COMPLIMENTS OF
                                                OMPLIMENTS
                                        SPENCER COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE
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                                         PENCER            K

                                            JUDY PUCKETT, SPENCER COUNTY CLERK
                                              D                C       T
                                             UDY UCKETT PENCER OUNTY LERK
                                                      ETHEL MCCARTY
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                                                                  ARTY
                                                        ABBII NATION
                                                          BB ATIONO
                                                         LINDA COX
                                                           INDA X
                                                      SHERRI COULTER
                                                    CAROLYN MCGAUGHEY
                                                       KATIE BARNETT
TAYLORSVILLE
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   TAYLORSVILLE
  COUNTRY MART
        Family owned since 1966
  NEW LOCATION PREVIOUSLY HARRY’S
             913 Taylorsville Rd. Taylorsville, KY
             Open 7 Days A Week 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
                       Phone 477-2276

“PROUD TO BE A SUPPORTER OF THE
 “PROUD TO BE A SUPPORTER OF THE 2011
                                 2007
                                 2010
    2008 SPENCER COUNTY FAIR”
         SPENCER COUNTY FAIR”
 GROCERIES
  GROCERIES
  GROCERIES
GROCERIES
WESTERN UNION
 WESTERN UNION
  WESTERN UNION
  WESTERN UNION
MONEY ORDERS
 MONEY ORDERS
  MONEY ORDERS
  MONEY ORDERS
FRESH CUT MEATS
 FRESH CUT MEATS
  FRESH CUT MEATS
  FRESH CUT MEATS
DELI & BAKERY
 DELI TABLE
STEAM& BAKERY
  DELI & BAKERY
  DELI & BAKERY
 STEAM TABLE
  STEAM TABLE
  STEAM BEAUTY
HEALTH & TABLE CARE
  HEALTH & MEAT
 FRESH CUT BEAUTY CARE
  HEALTH & BEAUTY CARE
FLORAL CENTER
PHARMACY CENTER CARE
 HEALTH & BEAUTY
  FLORAL
  FLORAL CENTER
FUEL CENTER
 FLORAL CENTER
  FUEL CENTER
  FUEL CENTER
FRIENDLY SERVICE
FUEL CENTER
 FRIENDLY SERVICE
 FRIENDLY SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE



          BETTER QUALITY
           BIGGER VALUES
             EVERY DAY
        QUALITY BIGGER
  BETTERFamily owned since 1966 VALUES
             EVERY DAY
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     SPENCER COUNTY
       FARM BUREAU
           2011
“BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FAIR”




                 Scott Williams - President
               John Crenshaw - Vice President
                   Eric Sweazy - Secretary
               Christi Marksbury - Treasurer
              Angie Williams - Women’s Chair
            Shelia Brammer-Women’s Co-Chair
              Scott Travis - KFB State Director
            Tim Prather - Young Farmers Chair
      Michelle Armstrong-Fifth District Women’s Chair
         Terry Skaggs - Insurance Agency Manager
                   Earl Browning - Agent

								
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