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Bell County Fair exhibits announced

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The Bell County Fair is scheduled Aug. 5-8, 2015 at the Bell County Fairgrounds, located at Fourmile.

The fair exhibits will once again be sponsored by the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service and the Bell County Fair Board. T

he Bell County Fair Board will be paying premium money for first, second and third place ribbons. Come out and support the Fair and show your stuff.

The rules and divisions to enter items in for exhibit are as follows:

RULES

Open classes are open to all exhibitors.

1. All entries must be registered on Aug. 4, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bell County Fairgrounds at Fourmile. Registration will close promptly at 3 p.m.

2. Judging will be done between 1-2 p.m. on Aug. 5.

3. Exhibits will be on display Aug. 5-7, 5-9 p.m.

4. Exhibits must be picked up on Aug. 8, between 8-9 a.m.

5. Fruits, vegetables, foods are to be entered on white Styrofoam plates. Be sure baked food is well cooled before wrapping with clear plastic wrap (gallon size storage bags work well). Canned foods are to be exhibited in standard canning jars and must be sealed

6. In each class, first, second and third, or participation ribbons will be awarded. Premiums for first is $5, second is $3 and third is $2. Premiums are paid by the Bell County Fair Board.

7. A division grand champion and a reserve champion will be chosen out of class winners.

8. Labels will be provided at the time of registration.

9. Only one entry per person per division number will be allowed.

10. Bell County Cooperative Extension Service is not responsible for lost or damaged items.

DIVISION I (FOODS)

100 – Plate of five biscuits

101 – Plate of five yeast rolls

102 – Plate of five cornbread muffins

103 – ½ loaf yeast bread

104 – ½ loaf made in bread machine

105 – ½ loaf any quick bread

106 – ½ loaf banana bread

107 – ½ loaf zucchini bread

108 – Plate of five blueberry muffins

109 – Decorated cake, judging on decorating skill only (foam or cardboard may be substituted for cake)

110 – Plate of five sugar cookies

111 – Plate of five cookies

112 – Plate of five pieces of peanut butter fudge

113 – Plate of five pieces of chocolate fudge

114 – Plate of five brownies

115 – Peanut butter roll

116 – Pumpkin roll

117 – Miscellaneous

DIVISION II (FOOD PRESERVATION)

(preserved food should not be more than 2 years old)

200 – one jar applesauce

201 – one jar tomatoes

201A — one jar yellow tomatoes

202 – one jar tomato juice

203 – one jar green beans

204 – one jar corn

205 – one jar sauerkraut

206 – one jar sweet cucumber pickles

207 – one jar dill cucumber pickles

208 – one jar bread and butter pickles

209 – one jar pickled beets

209A – one jar beets

210 – one jar corn relish

211 – one jar pickled relish

212 – one jar apple jelly

213 – one jar grape jelly

214 – one jar blackberry jelly

214A – Peach jelly

214B – Raspberry jelly

214C – Elderberry jelly

214D – Plum Jjelly

214E – Olie Moly jelly

215 – one jar citrus marmalade

216 – one jar strawberry jam

217 – one jar blackberry jam

218 – one jar raspberry jam

219 – one jar peach preserves

220 – one jar strawberry preserves

221 – one jar apple butter

221A – one jar apple butter, spicy

221B – one jar apple cider

222 – one jar salsa

223 – one jar miscellaneous

224 – one jar butter not mentioned above

225 – one jar preserves not mentioned above

226 – one jar jelly not mentioned above

227 – one jar marmalade or jam not mentioned above

228 – Dried fruit

228A – Dried bananas

228B – Dried apples

228C – Dried raisins

228D – Dried apples

229 – Dried vegetable

229A – Dried beans

229B – Dried carrots

229C – Dried pepper

229D – Dried squash

230 – one jar canned peaches

230A – one jar canned apples

231 – one jar canned blackberries

231A – one jar canned pears

231B – one jar canned pear nectar

231C – one jar canned pear sauce

231D – one jar canned pear chutney

232 – one jar sugar peas

233 – Miscellaneous

234 – Hot peppers

235 – Banana peppers

236 – Sweet mixed peppers

237 – White pickles

238 – Tomato Jam

239 – Green Tomato Jam

240 – Dried Soybeans

241 – Green soybeans

242 – Spinach

243 – Poke

244 – Greens

245 – Apples

246 – Chow chow

247 – one jar canned spaghetti sauce

248 – one jar canned pumpkin

249 – one jar canned squash

250 – Apricot jam

251 – Blackberry juice

252 – Black raspberry jam or jelly

253 – Strawberry/blueberry preserves

254 – Tomato sauce

255 – Pimento peppers

DIVISION III (HAND-CRAFTED ITEM)

300 – Crocheted craft item

301 – Small crocheted article

301A – Medium crocheted article

302 – Large crocheted article

303 – Crocheted afghan

304 – Small knitted article

304A – Medium knitted article

305 – Large knitted article

306 – Knitted afghan

307 – Embroidered article

308 – Decorative pillow

309 – Pieced quilt (hand quilted)

310 – Pieced quilt (machine quilted)

311 – Appliquéd quilt (hand quilted)

312 – Appliquéd quilt (machine quilted)

312A – Tacked Quilt

313 – Other quilted item not listed above (hand quilted)

314 – Other quilted item not listed above (machine quilted)

315 – Duplicate stitch on knitted item

316 – Needlepoint on plastic canvas

317 – Needlepoint on cloth canvas

318 – Cross stitch on aida cloth – count 14 and under

319 – Cross stitch on aida cloth – count 18-22

320 – Cross stitch on specialty cloth

321 – Latch hook

322 – No sew blanket

323 – No sew purse

324 – Miscellaneous

DIVISION IV (CLOTHING)

400 – Adult dress

401 – Adult leisure clothes

402 – Youth dress

403 – Youth leisure clothes

404 – Formal wear

405 – Costume

406 – Embellished clothing (any article, purchased or handmade, embellished with ribbons, beads, etc.)

407 – Handmade doll clothes

408 – Clothing accessories

409 – Miscellaneous

DIVISION V – ARTS AND CRAFTS

500 – Nature craft

501 – Painted/decorated shirt

502 – Handmade jewelry

503 – Woodcraft (small)

503A – Woodcraft (medium)

504 – Woodcraft (large)

504A – Miniature carvings

505 – Winter decorations

505A – Christmas ornament

506 – Spring decorations

506A – Summer decorations

506B – Fall decorations

507 – Handmade doll

508 – Stuffed animal

509 – Painting (oil on canvas)

510 – Painting (acrylic on canvas)

511 – Painting (watercolor on paper)

511A – Painting (pastels)

512 – Tole painting

513 – Drawing (black and white)

514 – Drawing (color)

515 – Drawing (pastel)

516 – Recycled article

517 – Basketry (woven) small

517A – Basketry (woven) medium

517B – Basketry (woven) large

518 – Weaving (small)

518A – Weaving (medium)

518B – Weaving (large)

519 – Ceramics (hand formed)

520 – Ceramics (molded)

521 – Ceramics (decorative0

521A – Ceramics (decorative) small

522 – Mod podge item

523 – Scrapebooking (one page)

524 – Leather item

525 – Stamped Item

526 – Stain glass item

527 – Pottery (small)

528 – Pottery (medium)

529 – Pottery (large)

530 – Miscellaneous

DIVISION VI (HOME GROWN FRUITS, VEGETABLES)

600 – three yellow tomatoes

601 – three green tomatoes

602 – three red tomatoes

602A – Roma tomatoes

603 – three red cherry tomatoes

603A – three yellow cherry tomatoes

604 – 12 pods white half runner beans

605 – 12 pods greasy beans

606 – 12 pods pole beans

607 – 12 pods bush beans

608 – 12 pods wax beans

609 – three beets

610 – three cucumbers

610A – three yellow cucumbers

611 – three pickling cucumbers

611A – Lemon cucumber

612 – one head of cabbage

613 – one head red cabbage

613A – Lettuce

614 – three zucchini squash

614A – Butternut squash

615 – three summer squash

616 – one head broccoli

617 – one head cauliflower

618 – three carrots

619 – 12 pods peas

620 – three bell peppers (red)

621 – three bell peppers (green)

622 – three bell peppers (yellow)

622A – three small green peppers

623 – three banana peppers

624 – three jalapeno peppers

625 – three other variety peppers

626 – three white potatoes

627 – three red potatoes

627A – three gold potatoes

628 – three sweet potatoes

629 – five pods okra

629A – five pods red okra

630 – three onions (white)

631 – three onions (yellow)

632 – three onions (red)

633 – Tater onions

634 – six radishes

635 – one eggplant

636 – one pumpkin

637 – one butternut squash

638 – Spaghetti squash

639 – Gourds (small)

639A – Gourds (medium)

639B – Gourds (large)

640 – Swiss chard

640A – Kale

641 – Rhubarb

642 – three ears sweet corn (unhusked)

643 – three ears corn (unhusked)

644 – Cayenne pepper

645 – Tomatillo

646 – Miscellaneous vegetable

647 – Garlic

647A – Mint

648 – Mangle

649 – three apples (red)

650 – three apples (yellow)

650A – three apples (green)

650B – three pears

651 – one watermelon

652 – one cantaloupe

653 – one bunch grapes

654 – three cherries

654A – three black tart cherries

655 – five blueberries

656 – Miscellaneous fruit

657 – three strawberries

658 – three red raspberries

659 – three blackberries

DIVISION VII (HONEY)

700 – one quart jar light honey (extracted)

701 – one quart jar light honey (with comb)

702 – one quart jar dark honey (extracted)

703 – one quart jar dark honey (with comb)

704 – Miscellaneous

DIVISION VIII (SPECIALTY FARM PRODUCTS)

820 – Eggs (brown)

820A – Eggs (white)

821 – Canned Milk

822 – Cheese

823 – Butter

824 – Soap

825 – Yogurt

826 – Fresh Milk

827 – Pomegranate

828 – Mushrooms

829 – Miscellaneous

DIVISION IX (FLOWERS)

900 – Annual hanging basket

901 – Hanging basket

902 – House plant (large)

903 – House plant (medium)

904 – House plant (small)

905 – African violets

906 – Cactus

907 – Potted annuals

908 – Potted herbs

909 – Dish garden

910 – Desert dish garden

910A – Orchid

911 – Miscellaneous

Cut specimens: (Bring your own vase)

912 – Rose

912A – Hibiscus

913 – Marigold (three blooms, any color)

914 – Zinnia (three blooms, any color)

915 – Dahlia

916 – Gladiolus (1 spike, any color)

917 – Mums (three blooms, any color)

918 – Flowering shrub (three blooms)

919 – Other blooming perennial (three blooms)

920 – Lily

921 – Summer mix

922 – Miscellaneous

DIVISION X (PHOTOGRAPHY)

Photographs may be entered in the following categories, matted (no frames), photos may be black/white or color, there is no limit on number of photos entered per category:

1000 – People

1001 – Animals

1002 – Flowers

1003 – Landscapes

1004 – Miscellaneous

For more information, contact the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service at 606-337-2376.

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