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ART

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ENTRY DATE
Saturday, August 5, 2017.
From 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the white building on the fairgrounds, building #5, by the artist.

RULES
1. Exhibits must be entered in the appropriate category & division.
2. Exhibit Committee and the Mooreland Fair Board will not be responsible for any accidents or theft. By exhibiting, each exhibitor waives the right to compensation due to loss or damage.
3. Exhibits not picked up become the property of the Mooreland Fair Board.
4. All paintings, drawings, and prints must be framed and ready to hang. Sturdy wire stretched across back of frame.
5. Pencil, chalk, charcoal, or pastels must have a covering to prevent smearing.

CATEGORIES (Artwork will be labeled Original or Non-Original upon entering.)
1. Painting (Specific Medium)
2. Pencil
3. Charcoal, pastel, or chalk.
4. Collage (Any combination of these and other mediums.)

DIVISIONS
1. Children: Ages 12 and under.
2. Adolescent: Ages 13 through 18.
3. Adult-Student: Age 19 or older, non-professional.
4. Adult-Professional: Age 19 or older who teaches or has sold at least 3 works of art in the last year.

AWARDS
There will be five place ribbons awarded in each category. The Oleta P. Brown Memorial Award of $15.00 will be given to one entry out of all the exhibits in Art, Photography, and Tole Painting. No entry fee will be charged.

Children: 1st place $5.00, 2nd place $2.50, 3rd place $1.50.
Adolescent: 1st place $10.00, 2nd place $8.00, 3rd place $5.00
Adults: 1st place $10.00, 2nd place $8.00, 3rd place $5.00

Art Exhibit entries will also be voted on by the public and special rosette ribbons awarded in each category - only 2 awards per person in each category.

The Art Association of Henry County will award a one-year Family Membership to one entry out of all the exhibits in Art, Photography, and Tole Painting.

PICK-UP DATE
Saturday, August 12, 2017.
4:00-5:30 p.m.

This exhibit will be open to the public 5:30-9:00 p.m. Tuesday-Friday of the fair.
For more information, call Angie Dishman at 765-766-5603

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PHOTOGRAPHY

ENTRY DATE
Saturday, August 5, 2017.
From 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the white building on the fairgrounds, building #5, by the artist.

2013 Exhibit

RULES
1. Exhibits must be entered in the appropriate category & division.
2. Exhibits Committee and the Mooreland Fair Board will not be responsible for any accidents or theft. By exhibiting, each exhibitor waives the right to compensation due to loss or damage.
3. Exhibits not picked up become the property of the Mooreland Fair Board.
4. Each entry must be in a specific subject category and division. Only 3 entries per person in each category will be accepted. Each entry MUST have the photographer's name on back.
5. All entries must be at least 5x7 in size or larger.
6. All entries should be ready to hang. All entries not framed should be in clear vinyl pages.
7. Entries will be judged on the basis of composition, overall quality and imagination.
8. All amateur photographers are welcome. No professional photographers are eligible.

DIVISIONS
Two Adult Divisions - color and black and white - only 2 awards per person in each division.
Children's Division. - Ages 12 & Under.

ADULT CATEGORIES
Exhibits must be entered in the following categories and will be judged accordingly.
Animals, Portraits & Candid Shots, Scenic and Nature (includes Nature in Close-up), Special Effects, and Sport.

CHILDREN CATEGORIES
Exhibits must be entered in the following categories and will be judged accordingly.
People, Animals, and Nature.

AWARDS
There will be five place ribbons awarded in each category. The Oleta P. Brown Memorial Award of $15.00 will be given to one entry out of all the exhibits in Art, Photography, and Tole Painting. No entry fee will be charged.
The Art Association of Henry County will award a one-year Family Membership to one entry out of all the exhibits in Art, Photography, and Tole Painting.

Best photographs in each adult division & category:
1st place $10.00, 2nd place $8.00, 3rd place $5.00

Best photographs in each children's category:
1st place $5.00, 2nd place $2.50, 3rd place $1.50

Photographs will also be voted on by the public and special rosette ribbons awarded in each category.

PICK-UP DATE
Saturday, August 12, 2017.
4:00-5:30 p.m.

This exhibit will be open to the public 5:30-9:00 p.m., Tuesday-Friday of the fair.
For more information, call Angie Dishman at 765-766-5603

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TOLE & DECORATIVE PAINTING

ENTRY DATE
Saturday, August 5, 2017.
From 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the white building on the fairgrounds, building #5, by the artist.

RULES
1. Exhibits must be entered in the appropriate category & division.
2. Exhibits Committee and the Mooreland Fair Board will not be responsible for any accidents or theft. By exhibiting, each exhibitor waives the right to compensation due to loss or damage.
3. Exhibits not picked up become the property of the Mooreland Fair Board.
4. All wooden plaques, canvas and slate must be ready to hang or have a stand.
5. Exhibits should be made by the exhibitor.

CATEGORIES
Exhibits must be entered in the appropriate categories and will be judged accordingly.
Canvas, Glass, Metal, Wood and Slate. (Only 2 awards per category)

DIVISIONS
1. Children: Ages 12 and under.
2. Adolescent: Ages 13 through 18.
3. Adult-Student: Age 19 or older, non-professional.
4. Adult-Professional: Age 19 or older who teaches or has sold at least 3 works of art in the last year.

AWARDS
There will be five place ribbons awarded in each category. The Oleta P. Brown Memorial Award of $15.00 will be given to one entry out of all the exhibits in Art, Photography, and Tole Painting. No entry fee will be charged.

Money awards will be given to the top 3 best of show in each division:
Children: 1st place $5.00, 2nd place $2.50, 3rd place $1.50
Adolescent: 1st place $10.00, 2nd place $8.00, 3rd place $5.00
Adult: 1st place $10.00, 2nd place $8.00, 3rd place $5.00

Tole & Decorative Painting Exhibit entries will also be voted on by the public and special rosette ribbons will be awarded in each category and division. Only 2 awards per person each category.
The Art Association of Henry County will award a one-year Family Membership to one entry out of all the exhibits in Art, Photography, and Tole Painting.

PICK-UP DATE
Saturday, August 12, 2017.
4:00-5:30 p.m.

This exhibit will be open to the public 5:30-9:00 p.m. Tuesday-Friday of the fair.
For more information, call Angie Dishman at 765-766-5603

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HOME & FAMILY

ENTRY DATE
August 8, 2017.
8:00-11:30 a.m. in the white building on the fairgrounds, building #5.

RULES
1. Anyone from any town or county may enter, there is no entry fee.
2. Exhibitors may enter as many exhibits as they wish, but only (1) one entry per class.You cannot have more than one entry in a class.
3. Entry must be entered in name of person who created it.
4. Entries that have been judged before will not be judged.
5. Canning exhibits should be labeled, dated, and in a regulation canning jar. Jar will not be opened for judging
6. In the baking category, a whole cake, pie, or loaf of bread should be brought for judging. A large piece will be cut for judging, the remainder of the item will be returned to the exhibitor at time of entry.
7. Pies will be judged whole and the remainder of the pie donated to the Fair Board Food Building. Pie crusts must be homemade, not already prepared. No cream pies will be judged.
8. Brownies, cookies, candy, muffins, decorated cupcakes, and yeast rolls should be 4 on a plate.
For more information, contact Mrs. Michael Kirby at 765-766-5491 or 765-730-3574 or jkirby@nltc.net

CLASSES

Cut Flowers: Tuberous Rooted Begonia, Small Dahlia, Large Dahlia, Gladiolus, Small Marigold, Large Marigold, Pansy (single bloom) or Viola, Petunia (spray or branch), Double Petunia, Rose, Snapdragon, Small Zinnia, Large Zinnia, Lily, Most Unusual Flower, Hibiscus

Potted Plant: Cactus or Succulent, Flowering Plant, Foliage Plant, Vining Plant, Violet, Mixed Pot of Flowers, Small Planter, Most Unusual Plant

Flower Arrangement: All One Color, Mixed Colors, Dried Flowers

Foods: *Brownies or Bar Cookies (4 on plate), *Cookies (4 on plate), *No Bake Cookies (4 on plate), Cake, *Decorated Cupcakes (4 on plate), Fancy Candy (4 on plate), Fudge (4 pieces on plate), *Quick Bread Loaf, *Muffins (4 on plate), Pie -- 1-crust fruit pie, Pie -- 2-crust fruit pie, *Yeast Rolls (4 on plate), Other Yeast Rolls, Decorated Cake, *Snack Mix (Snacks should be of non-perishable food and put into a sandwich bag.), Yeast Bread (loaf)NEW!

Canning: Applesauce, Beans -- Shell Outs, Green or Wax Beans, Beets, Carrots, Corn, Fruit, Fruit Butter, Jam, Jelly, Preserves, Cucumber Pickles, Other Variety Pickles, Relish, Tomatoes, Tomato Juice, Salsa, Misc. Canning

Needlework: *Counted Cross Stitch (sm. framed), *Counted Cross Stitch (med. framed), *Counted Cross Stitch (lg. framed), *Counted Cross Stitch (sm. article), *Counted Cross Stitch (lg. article), *Beaded/Fancy Counted Cross Stitch, *Original Counted Cross Stitch, Crewel or Creative Stitchery Picture, Embroidered Needlepunch, *Embroidered Small Article, *Embroidered Large Article, Needlepoint Article, Needlepoint - Plastic Canvas - small, Needlepoint - Plastic Canvas - large, Fancy Pillow, Latch Hook Article, Swedish Weaving

Knitting & Crocheting: Knitted or Crocheted Afghan, Baby Afghan or Blanket, Crocheted Baby Items, Crocheted Doll or Doll Dress, Crocheted Animal, Crocheted Doily, Crocheted/Braided Rug or Placemats, Small Knitted or Crocheted Item, Large Knitted or Crocheted Item, Knitted or Crocheted Sweater, Crochet Trimmed Article, Crochet Scarf or Boa, Fun Yarn Item

Quilting: +Appliqued Quilt, +Cross Stitch Quilt, +Embroidered Quilt, +Pieced Quilt, +Baby Quilt, +Quilted Quilt, +Quilted Article, +Quilted Pillow, +Quilted Wall Hanging, Items From Old Quilts, Comforter, Pieced Coverlet (not quilted), +Novelty Quilt, +Lap Quilt

An (*) before a class indicates there is a class for youth, 18 & under, as well as adults. A (+) before quilting classes indicates the class is for both hand & machine quilted quilts.

Sewing: *Beginning Clothing Article, Machine Appliqued Article, Machine Embroidered Article, Baby Coverlet, Baby Bibs etc., Baby or Doll Outfit, Child's Play Clothes, Blouse or Shirt, *Coordinates (2 or more pieces), *Dress (Adult/Child-Dressy/Casual), Quilted Garment or Article, Jacket, *Skirt, *T-Shirt or Top, *Decorated Pillow, *Decorated Sweatshirt or Top, Purse or Tote Bag, Pillow CasesNEW!, Apron, Lap Robe, Misc. Article, *No-Sew Fleece Items, Elastic Waist Pants or Pajamas, Table RunnerNEW!

Ceramics: *Wheel Thrown, *Hand Building, *Slip Cast, *Combination

Ceramic Decoration: *Glaze, *Painted Underglaze, *Stained, *Translucent

Plastercraft: *Acrylic Painting, *Antiquing, *Combination

Clay: *Molded Clay (judged for form), *Painted Clay (judged for decoration), *Modeling Clay (non-hardening clay)

Crafts & Misc.: Bead Craft, Handmade Basket, *Christmas Ornament, *Holiday Decorations, Decorative Magnet, *Jewelry or Accessories, *Model - Original, *Model - Kit, Decorated Sweatshirt or T-shirt, Decorated Wreath or Swag, *Recycled Article (small), *Recycled Article (large), *Scrapbook, Woodworking -- Small Article, Woodworking -- Large Article, Woodcarving, Wood Scrolling, Misc. Wood Article, Misc. Wall Hanging, Painted Wood Article, Wood Furniture, *Paper Mache Item, *Pot Holders, Duct Tape Article, *Lego Creation, Ribbon Art, Silk Flower Arrangement, Ball Jar CraftNEW!

AWARDS
Floral: 1st place $3.00, 2nd place $2.50, 3rd place $2.00
All Other: 1st place $4.00, 2nd place $3.00, 3rd place $2.00

PICK-UP DATE
Saturday, August 12, 2017.
4:00-5:30 p.m.

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AGRICULTURAL

ENTRY DATE
August 8, 2017.
9:00 a.m. - Noon in the Antique Pavilion, Building #9.

RULES
One entry per person per class. All exhibits must be new!
Unclaimed prize money will revert back to the fair. Not responsible for lost items.

OPEN EXHIBITS:

Potatoes:
Best 10 Red
Best 10 White
Largest
Best Potato Exhibit

Tomatoes:
Best 10 Cherry Red
Best 10 Cherry Yellow
Best 5 Garden Tomatoes
Best 5 Field Tomatoes
Largest Tomato
Best Tomato Exhibit

Peppers:
Best 4 Green
Best 4 Red
Best 4 Bell
Best 4 Misc.
Best 4 Jalapeno
Best 4 Variety

Largest Head of Cabbage
Best Head of Cabbage
Largest Onion
Best 3 Onions
Best 20 Green Beans
Best 6 Carrots
Largest Zucchini
Best 4 Okra
Best 4 Slicing Cucumbers

Best 4 Pickling Cucumbers
Best 6 Ears Sweet Corn (Husk removed)
Best Muskmelon
Best Watermelon
Best Pumpkin
Largest Pumpkin
Best 4 Turnips
Best 6 Gourds
Best Squash
Largest Squash
Best Squash Display (4 Kinds)
Best Herbs
Most Exotic Vegetable
Best Garden Exhibit (10 or more veg. as 1 exhibit)
Best Novelty Garden Display
Best White Dozen Eggs
Best Brown Dozen Eggs
Best Color Dozen Eggs
Largest Sunflower Head
Tallest Sunflower
Best 10 Ears of Popcorn
Best 1 Gallon of Wheat in glass jar
Best Bunch of Wheat in straw head (3" to 4" diameter)
Best 1 Gallon of Oats in glass jar

Best Bunch of Oats in straw head (3" to 4" diameter)
Soybean Plant with most pods (You count your pods)
Best 5 Soybean Plants
Best Alfalfa Hay
Best Clover Hay
Best Mix Hay
Best 10 Ears of Field Corn
Tallest Stalk of Field Corn
Single Stalk of Field Corn with most ears on stalk
Best Beets (3 per exhibit)
Most Odd Vegetable

STUDENT & ADULT EXHIBITS:
Best Forestry Display
Best Wildlife - Conservation Display
Best Electrical Exhibit
Best Woodworking Exhibit
Best Entomology Exhibit


2014 Winner

AWARDS:
1st Place - $5.00 per class
2nd Place - $4.00 per class
3rd Place - $3.00 per class
4th Place - $2.00 per class
5th Place - $1.00 per class

Best of Category: Garden and Field Exhibits which are judged Best of Category will receive extra prize money or seed certificate or gift certificate from local seed dealers and area businesses. A category has to have 3 entries per category to be eligible for Best of Category. Winners are sponsored by local and area business donors.

PRIZE SPONSORS
Webb's Personal Touch
Dennis Equipment
Harvest Land Co-Op
Falmouth Farm Supply
Koontz Lawn Care
Jacobs Orchard of Mt. Summit
CROPLAN SeedNEW!
31 Gifts & Bags (Nikki Koontz)NEW!

PICK-UP DATE
Saturday, August 12, 2017.
4:30 p.m.

Exhibit Chairman: Brian Koontz - (765) 529-5983
Ag Committee Members: Rachel Burns, Jesse Coffin, Travis Bales

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ANTIQUE TRACTOR SHOW

SHOW DAYS
Wednesday through Friday
August 9, 2017 - August 11, 2017

AWARDS
Trophies (sponsored by the Gard family) presented Friday, August 11, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. to:
Oldest, Farthest Traveled, Woman's Choice

Chairman: Eric Miller 765-766-5212