2024 Carolina Classic Fair Competitive Entry Catalog

Enter a competition at the Carolina Classic Fair for your change to bring home a prized blue ribbon!

Entry deadline SEPT. 1

Celebrating 142 years! competitive entries

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Fairgrounds Admin Office - 421 W. 27th Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27105 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 68, Winston-Salem, NC 27102 Telephone: (336) 727-2236 The Carolina Classic Fair is a member of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, the NC Association of Agricultural Fairs, Outdoor Amusement Business Association, and the National Independent Concessionaires Association.

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CITY OF WINSTON-SALEM Allen Joines, Mayor City Council

Denise D. Adams Mayor Po Tempore North Ward Robert C. Clark West Ward

Kevin Mundy Southwest Ward Annette Scippio East Ward Barbara H. Burke Northeast Ward James Taylor Jr. Southeast Ward

John Larson South Ward

Jeff MacIntosh Northwest Ward

PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FACILITIES COMMISSION Haley Gingles - Chair

Bill Oakes Billy Rich

Otis Northington Priscilla Green

Kathleen Garber Manya Stewart

Ray Boden Vicki Miller

CAROLINA CLASSIC FAIR PLANNING COMMITTEE Kathleen Garber - Chair

Rachel Barron Kimberly Gressley

Karen McHugh Joseph Hamby Safiya Griggs Anthony Tang

Willie Cumbo Carrie Collins

FAIRGROUNDS Public Assemblies Facilities Director - Robert Mulhearn Fair Director - Cheryle Hartley Assistant Fair Director - Cary Hester Competitive Exhibits Coordinators - Samantha Brannock and Melissa Taylor Marketing / Media - Lilli Craven Box Office - Lee Shapiro Support Staff - Jane Lovette Operations/Maintenance - David Smith, Demetre Burrell, Melissa Taylor, TJ Hunter

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Dear Friends of the Fair,

It’s that time again! Just as the summer heat starts to be unbearable, we get to turn our attention to cooler weather, clearer skies, and a whole lot of Fair fun! This year’s Carolina Classic Fair will be the 142 nd time that our community gathers to celebrate and experience the very best that Northwest North Carolina has to offer. I hope you will mark your calendars and make plans to attend and participate in the 2024 Carolina Classic Fair, October 4 - 13. In the pages that follow, you will find all the information that you need for the numerous competitive entry categories. One of my favorite things to do at the Fair is to walk through the various buildings and be amazed by the incredible things that people have made, grown, and raised. This could be the year that you take home the blue ribbon, but you must enter the competition for that to happen! Even if you do not enter anything in the Fair, we will be experiencing “10 Days of Awesome” this fall and you do not want to miss out on the fun. We are going to be moving some things around this year to make sure the Fair is a fresh new experience for both first time guests and long-time attendees. Whether it’s been one year or twenty years since you last stepped foot on the fairgrounds, we have some exciting surprises for you. The Carolina Classic Fair would not be possible without the great ideas and committed effort from the fairgrounds staff who work year-round to create our amazing Fair. If you see any staff members as you explore the Fairgrounds this fall, make sure to express your appreciation for all that they have done to facilitate another awesome Fair for us all to enjoy. I truly believe that the Carolina Classic Fair is one the best things about Winston-Salem, and I love that we get to share it with all of our attendees, volunteers, vendors, exhibitors, entertainment acts, and sponsors. Make sure you are included in at least one of those groups this year, because I cannot wait to share this year’s awesome experience with you!

Fare thee well, my fellow Fair folk!

Kathleen Garber Chair, Carolina Classic Fair Planning Committee

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Dear Friends of the Fair, Get ready for “10 Days of Awesome”! The Carolina Classic Fair will be here before you know it, bringing a spectacular lineup of events and entertainment from October 4-13, 2024. We deeply appreciate everyone who attended last year, and we cannot wait to make new memories with you at our 142nd fair in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. This year, we have an amazing mix of returning favorites and brand-new attractions that promise to delight and amaze. The crowd-favorite PIGS ARE BACK!!! Enjoy the excitement of Show-Me Swine Racing Pigs with three fun-filled races per show. Experience our new Petting Zoo by Bar C Ranch, featuring all kinds of animals to interact with along with educational shows. Don't miss Ember Fire Arts, fire dancing at its finest. In the newly named “Arena” Market p lace, don’t miss The Butter Sculpture demonstration, featuring talented artisans sculpting throughout the fair. Keep an eye out for strolling entertainers like our new Chicken Rider, Magic Man TJ Hill, Carrie McQueen Stilt Walker, the Living Zultar, and Alford E. Gator throughout the grounds. Visit our beloved Yesterday Village to see live demonstrations from Wood Bowl Turner Roger Abrahamson, Chainsaw Carver Michael Ayers, and other artisans showcasing candle making, pottery, loom weaving, glass blowing, and blacksmithing. Enjoy nightly Wine Tastings and our Special Foods competitions. The Grandstand will be packed with excitement, featuring a new Monster Truck performance, Demo Derbies, Figure 8 Racing, Rodeos, Tractor Pulls, and musical entertainment. Take a few minutes to visit carolinaclassicfair.com and explore the dozens of categories in our Premium Catalog. We encourage everyone to enter their best work in the spirit of friendly competition for a chance to win beautiful ribbons and over $250,000 in premiums. Please stop by during the fair in our newly named “Event Center,” formerly the Education Building, to see all the competitive exhibits, school art, community booths, and demonstrations. We extend our heartfelt thanks to all our sponsors who support the Fair and provide prizes for the Special Events competitions! The Carolina Classic Fair is a cherished tradition in Winston-Salem, growing each year thanks to our friendly community, high quality of life, and diverse population. The 2024 Carolina Classic Fair promises to be full of “Awesome” food, fun, and excitement for everyone. Join us as we celebrate “10 Days of Awesome” that you will remember forever! Sincerely,

Cheryle C. Hartley Fair Director

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GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS

• All exhibits will be under special charge of the Department Superintendent who will enter and display all exhibits and will return articles to exhibitor upon receipt of claim check at the time specified for release of exhibits. • The right is reserved to place exhibits in their proper class if they have been incorrectly entered. • AII articles obnoxious, or repulsive in character (including nudity) will be forbidden entry. • Exhibitors must see to the proper delivery of any article and livestock on the grounds, and to the proper care of the latter, as no charge for transportation or drayage will be paid. • All articles which are the product of the soil must be entered in the name of the producer. • Articles showing handiwork or skill must be entered in the name of the one whose skill they exhibit. Such may be individuals, firms, or factories. Failure to comply with this rule will bar the violator from competing for any premiums whatsoever and render him and his exhibit liable to expulsion from the grounds. • AII entries shall be for the first premium of the class number which they are entered; but, failing to take the first, shall compete for the second, if second is offered; but shall not be awarded more than one premium under the same number. The judges' decision is final if all criteria is met. Judging results records will be used to clarify winners, placement of ribbons and premiums paid. • NO ARTICLE OR ANIMAL WILL BE ENTITLED TO SPACE UNTIL THE PROPER ENTRY FORM HAS BEEN SUBMITTED. SPACE IS LIMITED . (All entries will be accepted in order of receipt until all available space is filled. In any case, all entries must be received by the date specified under each department, and when all space is filled, the management reserves the right to refuse entries even if received before the specified date. • AII entries will be numbered and recorded in the book of entry in the proper department. Entry tags will be issued (after September 1st) bearing entry number and exhibitor number-tag to be attached to the exhibit and the stub (claim check) retained by the exhibitor and presented on Monday after the fair when the exhibit is released. Be sure to bring these entry tags with your entries and attach them by the rules and regulations to the department. • Exhibits will not be accepted by mail or public transportation unless entry procedures have been followed and specific permission is granted. • No person will be allowed to see the entries or have access to the judging results record until after the awards have been given. • ltems must be picked up no later than two weeks after the close of the Fair. Any item left will be discarded in the discretion of Fair Management. • Should any person misrepresent his exhibits and a premium is awarded for it, such premium may be withheld by Fair Management. • Fair Management reserves the right to withhold premiums in any case in which it shall appear to them that the regulations have not been complied with, or that fraud has been practiced or attempted. Anyone knowing that fraud has been practiced and wanting to submit a complaint should be done in writing no later than 12 o'clock noon, on the third business day after the Fair ends. • Notice - the Fair and the City of Winston-Salem will not be responsible for any claims, losses, injuries, or damages done to, occasioned by, or arising from any animal or item exhibited and the exhibitor shall release, indemnify and hold harmless the Fair and the City of Winston-Salem, its agents, employees, officers and contractors from all claims, losses, injuries and damages including, but not limited to, reasonable attorney's fees.

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GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS

• No dogs allowed on Fairgrounds except sheepherding dogs, and assistance animals for the disabled. • No automobiles or other vehicles (including golf carts) will be allowed to service exhibits, food stands, shows, or concessions during the Fair operating hours. • Parking spots do not insure against theft or fire; hence the Fair is not responsible in case of theft or fire. • All person are requested to stay away from designated danger areas, as the fair will not be responsible for any accidents. • Any person or persons obstructing any passage or roadway on the Fairgrounds with automobile or other vehicle shall forthwith remove it or be subject to the penalty of a misdemeanor, and expulsion from the grounds. • No person will be allowed to distribute advertising or handbills on the Fairgrounds or in any of the buildings except and subject to approval of Fair Manager. No peddling, hawking, selling or distribution of materials will be allowed except from rented spaces assigned by the Fair Manager. • No person will be permitted to remain on the grounds overnight, except those granted permission by the Fair Management. • Drunkenness, quarreling or the use of profane or obscene language will not be permitted on the grounds. The Fair reserves the right to expel any objectionable person or persons from the grounds upon the refund of admission price. • General illumination for buildings and grounds is provided by the Fair. All connections to the main feedlines must be authorized by the management. All exhibitors or concessionaires must have a permit before any electrical connection may be made, and a reasonable charge for these connections will be made.

F U T U R E F A I R D A T E S

October 3 - October 12 October 2 - October 11 October 1 - October 10 September 29 - October 8 September 28 - October 7 October 4 - October 13 October 3 - October 12 October 1 - October 10

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GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS

PREMIUMS AND AWARDS

• A premium ribbon is a badge of merit, and in no case should be attached to an article or animal where meritorious qualities are lacking. • The following colors will be used to designate awards:

Champion - Royal Purple Reserve Champion - Lavender First Premium - Blue

Second Premium - Red Third Premium - White Fourth Premium - Pink Fifth Premium - Yellow Sixth Premium - Dark Green Seventh Premium - Light Green Eighth Premium - Brown Ninth Premium - Gray Tenth Premium and above - Light Blue All ribbons "if awarded" must be picked up following the fair. No ribbons will be mailed. • Premiums will be paid only from the judging results records and NOT from the ribbon or tags on exhibits. Payments or premiums will be paid by check after the Fair. All checks are VOID 60 days after issue. • Errors or omissions in premium payments not reported to the Fair Administrative Office by December 31, 2024, will not be paid. • All entries MUST be made online or postmarked by September 1. Any entries made after September 1 will not be accepted. Except Livestock.

CAROLINA CLASSIC FAIR FACTS - FAIR ATTENDANCE

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2021 2022 2023

284,601 320,846 300,362 253,700 280,067 300,105 325,856 292,321 182,048 229,761 270,190

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

331,605 314,307 341,811 344,141 297,294 316,682 371,219 310,160 321,728 353,762 357,416

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LIVESTOCK JUDGING SCHEDULE

MEAT GOATS Oct. 5 - 2 pm SHEEP All Breeds (Open & Jr. Show) - Oct. 10 - 1 pm Jr. Commercial Ewe - Oct. 7 - 6 pm Jr. Market Lamb - Oct. 6 - 2 pm Shepherd’s Lead - Oct. 5 - 6 pm Wool Sheep Breeds - Oct. 10 - Noon GOATS Youth Division - Oct. 12 - 2 pm Open Show - Oct. 13 - 9 am SWINE Jr. Market Swine Show – Oct. 5 - 4 pm POULTRY & PIGEONS Oct. 3 - 7 am

BEEF CATTLE Oct. 10 beginning at 2 pm in the following order: Angus, Santa Gertrudis and Other Beef Breeds Oct. 11 beginning at Noon in the following order: Hereford, Simmental and Red Angus Jr. Beef Heifer - Showmanship - Oct. 12 - 3 pm Jr. Feeder Steer Show - Oct. 12 - 6 pm Jr. Beef Heifer - Breed Shows - Oct. 13 - Noon DAIRY CATTLE Aryshire/Brown Swiss/Holstein (Open Show & Jr. Show) - Oct. 7 - 1 pm Guernsey/Jersey (Open Show & Jr. Show) - Oct. 8 - 10 am Jr. Dairy Showmanship - Oct. 7 - 1 pm and Oct 8 - 10 am

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JUDGING SCHEDULE & SPECIAL FUN-FOODS

Caps for Cancer - September 30 Agronomy - October 3 Bees and Honey - October 3 Decorated Apples, Pumpkins and Potatoes - October 3

Fruits - Apples - October 3 Fruits - Other - October 3 Vegetables - October 3 Educational Booths - September 30 Arts and Crafts - September 30 Floriculture Friday Show - Design - Horticulture/Container - Grown Plants - October 4 Wednesday Show - Design - Horticulture - October 9 Youth/Horticulture/Container - Grown Plants - October 9 Professional Florists - October 8 Special Children and Adult Crafts - September 30 Homemaking - September 30 Home Furnishings - September 30 Quilts - September 23 Hand Crafts - September 30 Family Heirlooms (Formerly Antiques) (Yesterday Village Museum) - September 30 Special Events Mid-Atlantic Southeastern Wine Competition - August 3-4 New Kid on the Block - Still There Shine Sauce - October 4 - 7 pm Village Tavern’s “Oodles of Noodles” Recipe Contest - October 5 - 6 pm Main Dish Challenge” Recipe Conest - October 6 - 6 pm Rehab Medicine of the Carolinas “Try Keto Recipe” Contest - October 7 - 7 pm Rock of Ages Winery - Food for the Ages - October 3 - 7 pm Little Black Dressing Dress Up Your Recipe Contest - October 8 - 7 pm Uncle Chris’ I Love Pimento Cheese Recipe Contest - October 9 - 7 pm Got to be NC Wine Recipe Contest - October 10 - 7 pm WBFJ Heavenly Cake Night - October 11 - 7 pm MawMaw’s Chicken Pie “I Love Pie” Sweet or Savory Recipe Contest - October 11 - 6 pm The Brasstown Chocolate Great Cookie Caper - October 13 - 4 pm Photo Fun Fair - September 30 Amateur Adult Photography - September 30 Technology Education - September 30 Jr. Homemaking -September 30 Jr. Hobbies & Crafts - September 30 Youth Booths - September 30 11 Essay Contest - September 30 Poetry Contest - September 30 Decorated Wreaths - September 30 Decorated Family Christmas Trees - September 30 Special Fun-Foods Contests

FAIRGROUNDS MAP

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HOURS OF OPERATION AND DAILY SPECIALS

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 SPECIAL EDUCATION DAY Special Education Day Groups free for persons with disabilities and their aides. CRISIS CONTROL CAN DAY 11:00 am - Closing Bring 5 cans or 5 boxes of Non-perishable food and receive free admission. 11 am - Gates and Exhibit Halls Open to Public Noon - Midway Open THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY Active and Retired Military with immediate family, admitted Free with Proper ID. 11 am - Gates and Exhibit Halls Open Noon - Midway Open 10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 11 am - Gates and Exhibit Halls Open Noon - Midway Open

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 9 am - Gates, Exhibit Halls, and Midway Open

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 11 am - Gates, Exhibit Halls, and Midway Open

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

MONDAY, OCTOBER 7 SCHOOL DAY ( Preschool - 5th Grades) 9 am - 2 pm - Students (Preschool - 5th grade) Free until 2 pm 11 am - Gates and Exhibit Halls Open to Public Noon - Midway Open

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 11 am - Gates and Exhibit Halls Open Noon - Midway Open

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 11 am - Gates and Exhibit Halls Open Noon- Midway Open

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 9 am - Gates, Exhibit Halls, and Midway Open

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

Seniors 65 years and over with proper ID are free daily.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 11 am - Gates, Exhibit Halls, and Midway Open

Children under 5 are free daily.

10 pm - Exhibit Halls close 11 pm - Fairgrounds close

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CONTESTS & CATEGORIES

Caps for Cancer All caps will be donated to “Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Comprehensive Cancer Center” for distribution to cancer patients. They will be delivered after the Fair. All caps will be on display during the entire Fair. Horticulture Heaviest Pumpkins and Watermelon paid by pound Department W Pillowcase Dress Embroidery Item Sleeping Eye Mask Cookies, No Bake Decorated Cookies Department V Diamond Art Department D Youth Gardening Section Essay and Poems Senior Class Department O Decorated Cookies Department P Professional Sections Several of Categories have a Theme. This year’s theme is: America ( RED, WHITE & BLUE – political messaging or affiliation will be Disqualified) New to the themes this year are the following: New Contests and Categories have been added to the Premium Catalog this year! To make it easier to find we have listed them in PINK along with a “NEW” starburst in their departments. Here is a list of some of the new and exciting contests.

Essay Contest Poetry Contest Decorated Wreath Decorated Christmas Tree

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CAPS FOR CANCER

Exhibits accepted : Saturday, September 28 from 10 am - 4 pm and Sunday, September 29 from Noon - 4 pm Exhibits released (ribbon only) : Monday, October 14 from 10 am - 6 pm Judging: Monday, September 30

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CAPS FOR CANCER

ENTRY INFORMATION All caps will be donated to “Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Comprehensive Cancer Center” for distribution to cancer patients. They will be delivered after the Fair. All caps will be on display during the entire Fair. NO CAP WILL BE SOLD OR GIVEN TO ANYONE. ALL CAPS MUST BE DONATED TO ATRIUM HEALTH WAKE FOREST BAPTIST COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER. • Exhibitors are encouraged to donate additional caps, which will be on display. • Caps should be made of soft, stretchy fabric such as fleece to be more comfortable. Cotton, Bamboo, and Tencel work very well for caps, specifically those used to make baby yarn. Some acrylics and synthetic blends are also very soft and work well. No chenille yarn should be used. • Because caps and beanies will most likely be rubbing against the scalp of the person wear- ing them, you need to make sure that the yarn won’t be scratchy or uncomfortable to wear. Example, using wool can be rough or scratchy. • The recipients will sleep in caps; therefore, the yarn shouldn’t be “lumpy”. Do not tie yarn together as knots irritate the scalp. • Avoid caps you can see through, as they won’t protect from the sun or mask hair loss. • Patterns can be personal choice of the exhibitor. • Caps should be machine washable and dryable. • All entries must be brought in good condition. Who can enter? Residents of North Carolina and the following adjacent counties in Virginia: Carroll, Patrick, and Grayson. Where will my exhibits be displayed during the Fair? Event Center “Education Building” (Building B) see the map on page 12. When will my tags be mailed out? All tags will not be mailed out until after September 1 .

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CAPS FOR CANCER

CLASSES Premiums: 1st: $20 2nd: $15 3rd: $10 4th: Ribbon 5th: Ribbon Pre-School thru 5th Grade 001 Crochet 002 Knitting 003 Constructed (Any other than Crochet or Knit/including weaving loom) 6th Grade thru 8th Grade 004 Crochet 005 Knitting 006 Constructed (Any other than Crochet or Knit/including weaving loom) 9th Grade thru 12th Grade 007 Crochet 008 Knitting 009 Constructed (Any other than Crochet or Knit/including weaving loom)

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

19 years old thru 54 years old 010 Crochet 011 Knitting 012 Constructed (Any other than Crochet or Knit/including weaving loom) 55 years old and Over 013 Crochet 014 Knitting 015 Constructed (Any other than Crochet or Knit/including weaving loom)

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

Other 016 Donated Caps (not for competition)

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CAPS FOR CANCER

Size Chart for Caps

Size

Age

Head Circumference Hat Height

X-Small

Baby (6-12 months)

16-19”

6.5”

Small

Toddler (12 months - 3 years)

18-20”

6.5-7”

Medium

Child - Teen

20-22”

7-8”

Large

Adult

22-24”

8-10”

Colors Associated with Types

Types of Cancer

Color Associated

All Cancer and Survivors

Lavender

Brain

Gray

Breast

Pink

Colon

Dark Blue

Esophageal

Light Purple/Periwinkle

Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

Violet

Leukemia

Orange

Lung

White

Ovarian

Teal

Pancreatic

Purple

Skin

Black

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DEPARTMENT A - AGRONOMY

Superintendent : Cole Brannock Assistant : Dell Morgan

Committee : Harvey Moser, Susan Moser, and Jimmy Speas Advisor: Forsyth County Cooperative Extension Service Exhibits accepted : Wednesday, October 2 from 8 am - 6 pm Exhibits released : Monday, October 14 from 10 am - 6 pm Judging: Grains, Forage Crops & Tobacco Leaf Show Thursday, October 3

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DEPARTMENT A - AGRONOMY

ENTRY INFORMATION

• See general rules on page 7-9. • The Carolina Classic Fair Management, Employees, Department Workers, and Volunteers will take every precaution to protect exhibits but will not be held responsible for any loss, breakage or damage to any article or exhibits. • All entries must be brought in good condition. • THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES WILL BE FINAL. Who can enter? Residents of North Carolina and the following adjacent counties in Virginia: Carroll, Patrick, and Grayson. Where will my exhibits be displayed during the Fair? Agriculture Building (Building A) see the map on page 12. Will I need to furnish the containers for my display? No, the Fair will furnish the containers unless otherwise specified. Are there size limitations? If there is a size limitation, it will be listed in the section you are entering. What if my item starts to deteriorate during the Fair? The Fair reserves the right to remove and discard exhibits that are deteriorating. May I mail in my exhibit? No, all exhibits need to be brought in on the scheduled drop-off date. How many exhibits can be entered in each class? One entry, per person, per class. When will my tags be mailed out? All tags will not be mailed out until after September 1 . Entry tags must be brought with the exhibit described on tag ( DO NOT ATTACH tag to item), they are your proof that you have pre-entered, as required, and save time in accepting your entries for exhibit. DO NOT remove claim check from tag. It will be removed by Fair staff once the entry has been checked in. What will happen if I do not pick up my item on the scheduled date? You can pick up your ribbon(s) in the Fair office 14 days after the last day of the Fair. The items will be disposed of at the discretion of the superintendent.

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DEPARTMENT A - AGRONOMY

SECTION 100 - GRAINS

Premiums: 1st: $16 2nd: $12 3rd: $10 4th: $8 5th: $6 6th: $4 * Bring 1 gallon clear glass or plastic jar sealed with lid.

0001* Oats, any variety, 1 gallon 0002* Wheat, any variety, 1 gallon 0003* Barley or Rye, any variety, 1 gallon 0004* Soybeans, any variety, 1 gallon 0005

Shelled Corn, white or yellow, any variety , 1 gallon Corn, White or Yellow, any variety, 10 ears

0006 0007 0008

Popcorn, any variety, 10 ears

Corn Stalk, set of 3

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

SECTION 101 - ORNAMENTAL CORN

Premiums: 1st: $12 2nd: $10 3rd: $8 4th: $7 5th: $6 6th: $5 0009 3 ears of Ornamental Corn (best shape, uniform in size WITH shucks) Premiums: 1st: $10 2nd: $9 3rd: $8 4th: $7 5th: $6 6th: $5 0010 1 ear of Ornamental Corn (largest by weight-WITHOUT shuck) Premiums: 1st: $20 2nd: $18 3rd: $14 4th: $10 5th: $8 6th: $6 0011

Most decorative display of Ornamental Corn (consisting of no more than 12, no less than 6 ears). DISPLAY NOT TO EXCEED 24” IN ANY DIRECTION.

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT A - AGRONOMY

SECTION 102 - FORAGE CROPS (HAY)

• Hay exhibit should be a twelve inch (12”) thick wafer of “block” taken from an actual rectangular bale of field cured hay. It is permissible to enter hay that has received preservatives or drying agents. • Silage exhibit should be taken from a conventional silo after a minimum of three (3) weeks storage, and tightly packed into a wide mouth clear glass jar and sealed with a lid. Preserva- tives are permissible. Premiums: 1st: $18 2nd: $14 3rd: $12 4th: $10 5th: $8 6th: $6 0013 Hay - Orchard Grass 0014 Hay - Fescue 0015 Hay - Lespedeza, Clover or Oats 0016 Hay - Alfalfa 0017 Hay - Legume or Grass Mixture 0018 Hay - Other (Soybean, Millet, Sorghum/Sudangrass, etc.) 0019 Silage or Haylage

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT A - AGRONOMY

SECTION 103 - TOBACCO LEAF SHOW

Judging : Thursday, October 3 at 8:30 am Chairman : Forsyth County Cooperative Extension Service, Winston-Salem, NC • Pre-entry is required. • Tobacco must be grown by exhibitor. One normal size hand will constitute an entry for Flue-cured tobacco and one stalk for Burley tobacco. • Exhibitor may submit (5) Five entries (one entry for each class). Each exhibitor will indicate the number of entries on the official entry blank. Entry tags will be issued, but the class will not be indicated. All entries will be graded by an Official Grader and/or judge who will place each entry in the proper class. Premiums: 1st: $30 2nd: $25 3rd: $20 0021 Lugs 0022 Cutters 0023 Leaf 0024 Tips

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT B - BEES AND HONEY

Superintendent : Jeff Thompson Assistant : Tom Shutt and Darrell Hampton

Exhibits accepted : Wednesday, October 2 from 8 am - 6 pm Exhibits released : Monday, October 14 from 10 am - 6 pm Judge: Don Hopkins, Snow Camp, NC Judging: Thursday, October 3

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DEPARTMENT B - BEES AND HONEY

ENTRY INFORMATION

• See general rules on page 7-9. • The Carolina Classic Fair Management, Employees, Department Workers, and Volunteers will take every precaution to protect exhibits but will not be held responsible for any loss, breakage or damage to any article or exhibits. • All entries must be brought in good condition. • THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES WILL BE FINAL. Who can enter? Residents of North Carolina and the following adjacent counties in Virginia: Carroll, Patrick, and Grayson. Where should I go to drop off my exhibits? Enter Gate 12, off 27th street near Goodwill. Where will my exhibits be displayed during the Fair? Agriculture Building (Building A) see the map on page 12. Will I need to furnish the containers for my display? All honey entries need to be submitted in 2 glass queen body jars filled to the rim just below the cap with clean lids. Can honey be entered from a previous year? No, honey needs to be made within the current year. May I mail in my exhibit? No, all exhibits need to be brought in on the scheduled drop-off date. How many exhibits can be entered in each class? One entry, per person, per class. When will my tags be mailed out? All tags will not be mailed out until after September 1 . What will happen if I do not pick up my item on the scheduled date? You can pick up your ribbon(s) in the Fair office 14 days after the last day of the Fair. The items will be disposed of at the discretion of Fair Management.

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DEPARTMENT B - BEES AND HONEY

The following factors are general guides for the use of judges and exhibitors. The assignment of points for each factor in judging will be at the discretion of the judges. The moisture content of Honey entries will be checked by the superintendent upon receipt at the Fair, if requested. GUIDELINES FOR JUDGING Display Factors 1. Educational and advertising value 2. Showmanship: includes decoration, overall attractiveness and originality 3. Quality: includes overall display and component parts

20 points 30 points 15 points 5 points 30 points 100 points 40 points 30 points 30 points 100 points 70 points 30 points 100 points 30 points 25 points 30 points 15 points 100 points 25 points 5 points 20 points 10 points 20 points 10 points 10 points 100 points

Beeswax and Models Factors 1. Color: straw to canary yellow 2. Cleanliness: absence of honey, propolis and other impurities 3. Uniformity of appearance of all wax in entry 4. Aroma and texture 5. Quality and appearance of beeswax products Brood Combs Factors frames, assembly and cleanliness of wooden frames 2. Uniformity: uniformity of wooden frames and cells Creamed Honey Factors 1. Fineness of crystals 1. Quality: straightness of combs, freedom from irregular and excess drone cells, absence of pollen or propolis filled cells, comb built to bottom and corners of

2. Uniformity and firmness of product 3. Cleanliness and freedom from foam 4. Flavor and color Honey Mead or Wine Factors 1. Clarity

2. Color 3. Taste 4. Body 5. Bouquet 6. Bottles 7. Bottles closure

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DEPARTMENT B - BEES AND HONEY

Beeswax Factors 1. Color: straw to canary yellow 2. Cleanliness: absence of honey and other impurities 3. Uniformity of appearance 4. Absence of cracking and shrinkage 5. Aroma and texture Extracted Honey Factors 1. Density (moisture content over 18.6% - Disqualified) 2. Absence of granulation or crystallization

10 points 10 points 30 points 15 points 15 points 15 points 5 points 100 points 40 points 30 points 30 points 100 points 10 points 20 points 20 points 15 points 15 points 20 points 100 points 30 points 30 points 20 points 10 points 10 points 100 points 25 points 30 points 20 points 15 points 10 points 100 points

3. Cleanliness: absence of lint, dirt, wax and foam 4. Flavor: absence of overheating and fermentation 5. Color and brightness 6. Container appearance: cleanliness and uniformity 7. Uniformity of entries in class Display of Nectar-Producing Plants Factors 1. Educational Value: Information and effectiveness in transmitting information 2. Quality: Overall attractiveness 3. Showmanship: Originality, choice of colors and arrangement Chunk Honey Factors 1. Density of liquid portion (moisture over 18.6% - Disqualified) 2. Cleanliness of liquid portion: absence of foam, dirt, wax and crystallization 3. Neatness of comb cut; ragged edges, parallel cuts and uniformity of size cut 4. Absence of watery cappings, uncapped cells and pollen cells 5. Cleanliness: lack of travel stain and foreign matter in comb 6. Uniformity of appearance: includes containers, cut comb, liquid honey and total contents of jars Gift Package of Bee Products Factors 1. General appearance 2. Originality 3. Quality of components 4. Availability of components 5. Manageability (ability to transport)

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DEPARTMENT B - BEES AND HONEY

SECTION 101 - SENIOR DIVISION Premiums: 1st: $90 2nd: $85 3rd: $75 4th: $65 0001 _Display not less than 24 lbs. or more than 48 lbs. of honey. Can be in glasses, frames, or both. Display Factors 1. Educational and advertising value 2. Showmanship: includes decoration, overall attractiveness and originality 3. Quality: includes overall display and component parts Premiums: 1st: $10 2nd: $8 3rd: $7 4th: $6 5th: $5 0002 Bright Chunk Honey in 1 lb. jars, 2 only 0003 _Bright Extracted Honey in 1 lb. jars, 2 only 0004 _ _Amber Chunk Honey in 1 lb. jars, 2 only 0005 _ _Amber Extracted Honey in 1 lb. jars, 2 only 0006 _Dark Chunk Honey in 1 lb. jars, 2 only 0007 _ _Dark Extracted Honey in 1 lb. jars, 2 only 0008 _ _Creamed Honey in 1 lb. jars, 2 only Premiums: 1st: $14 2nd: $12 3rd: $10 4th: $8 0009_ Carbonated Sweet Mead (2) 26 oz. bottles 0010_ Carbonated Dry Mead (2) 26 oz. bottles Premiums: 1st: $10 2nd: $8 3rd: $7 4th: $6 5th: $5

0011 _Light Cut Comb Squares (2) in container - not less than 12 ounces 0012 _Dark Cut Comb Squares (2) in container - not less than 12 ounces 0013_ Best Display of Beeswax Products (models, candles, novelties) (not less than 15 lbs.) 0014_ Beeswax Block (not less than 15 lbs.) 0015_ Cut Comb 0016_ Extract Comb 0017 Display of Nectar - producing plants, showing bloom (may include living plants, dried, pictures, or other aids suitably mounted or displayed) Premiums: 1st: $14 2nd: $12 3rd: $10 4th: $8 0018_ Gift Package of Bee Products (Suitable for sale to public) (See Factors Page 18) Judge’s Choice - Sr. Sweepstakes - $25 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT B - BEES AND HONEY

SECTION 102 - JUNIOR DIVISION LIMITED TO AGES 6 - 16

The theme of the display must be related to BEEKEEPING or any phase of BEEKEEPING (i.e. pollination, honey production, beeswax usage, etc.). The Junior Division entries ARE NOT to be an abbreviated version of the Senior Division. In addition to the General Rules and Regulations for Department B, the following guidelines must be strictly observed. 1. Any Beekeeping items or products may be used to reinforce the theme of the display, however, the major content of the display must be unmistakably the result of the Junior entrant’s efforts. 2. Adult advice and assistance are encouraged, however, this is a Junior display and will be judged on the entrant’s individual effort. Any display that does not obviously reflect work of the entrant will be disqualified. Guidelines for Judging Junior Displays 1. Clarity of Display Theme (Communication of theme to the observer, clearly and quickly) 2. Educational and Advertising Value 3. Originality and Attractiveness 4. Quality and Uniformity (Poster art, lettering and products used)

30 points 25 points 25 points 20 points 100 points

Premiums: 1st: $75 2nd: $65 3rd: $60 4th: $55 0020 _Educational Beekeeping Display - Theme: The Honey Making Process (Ages 6-10) 0021 _Educational Beekeeping Display - Theme: Bee’s around the World (Ages 11-16)

Judge’s Choice - (selected from 1st place winners of above categories) Jr. Sweepstakes Ages 6-10 - $15 & Rosette Jr. Sweepstakes Ages 11-16 - $15 & Rosette

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DEPARTMENT BB - FOOD COOKED WITH HONEY

Superintendent : Amanda Holbrook (336) 682-8368 Assistant : Joyce Dellinger Exhibits accepted : Wednesday, October 2 from 8 am - 6 pm Exhibits released : Monday, October 14 from 10 am - 6 pm Judging: Thursday, October 3

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DEPARTMENT BB - FOOD COOKED WITH HONEY

ENTRY INFORMATION

• See general rules on page 7-9. • The Carolina Classic Fair Management, Employees, Department Workers, and Volunteers will take every precaution to protect exhibits but will not be held responsible for any loss, breakage or damage to any article or exhibits. • All entries must be brought in good condition. • THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES WILL BE FINAL. Who can enter? Residents of North Carolina and the following adjacent counties in Virginia: Carroll, Patrick, and Grayson. Where should I go to drop off my exhibits? Enter Gate 12, off 27th street near Goodwill. Where will my exhibits be displayed during the Fair? Agriculture Building (Building A) see the map on page 12. How much honey does it need to be in my recipe? All recipes need to have at least ¼ cup of honey as one of the main sweetening ingredients. What does my entry need to be on? Breads, rolls, muffins, cookies, and candy must be placed on a Styrofoam or paper plate and then placed in plastic zip lock bag with entry tag attached to plate and extending outside of the bag. Cakes must be placed on a 6” x 10” cardboard and placed in a clear plastic bag with the entry tag attached to plate and extending outside of bag. Do I need to bring my recipe with my entry? Yes, please type your recipe on a 8 ½” x 11” sheet of white paper, using only one side listing all ingredients and preparation steps. What if my items start to deteriorate during the Fair? The Fair reserves the right to remove and discard exhibits that are deteriorating. May I mail in my exhibit? No, all exhibits need to be brought in on the scheduled drop-off date. How many exhibits can be entered in each class? One entry, per person, per class. When will my tags be mailed out? All tags will not be mailed out until after September 1 . What will happen if I do not pick up my item on the scheduled date? You can pick up your ribbon(s) in the Fair office 14 days after the last day of the Fair. The items will be disposed of at the discretion of Fair Management.

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DEPARTMENT BB - FOOD COOKED WITH HONEY

SECTION 103 - FOODS COOKED WITH HONEY Adult Entries (Ages 17 and over)

Premiums: 1st: $16 2nd: $14 3rd: $12 0024 _Cake - Honey Spiced (1/2 cake) 0025_ _Cake - Any Other (1/2 cake) Premiums: 1st: $12 2nd: $10 3rd: $8 0026 Bread - Yeast - White (1/2 loaf) 0027 _Rolls - Pecan, Cinnamon with Honey Glaze (4) 0028 _Rolls - Plain with Honey Topping (4) 0029 _ Muffins (4) 0030_ Cookies - Any Flavor (6) 0031 _Candy - Any Flavor (8 pieces)

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

SECTION 104 - FOODS COOKED WITH HONEY Junior Entries (Ages 16 and under)

Premiums: 1st: $12 2nd: $10 3rd: $8 0033_ Cake - Any Flavor (1/2 cake) 0034 _Bread - Yeast - White (1/2 loaf) Premiums: 1st: $8 2nd: $6 3rd: $4 0035 _Rolls - Plain with Honey Topping (4) 0036 _Muffins (4) 0037 _Cookies - Any Flavor (6) 0038 _Candy - Any Flavor (8 pieces)

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT C - DECORATED APPLES, POTATOES, AND PUMPKINS

Superintendent : Cole Brannock Assistant : Dell Morgan

Exhibits accepted : Wednesday, October 2 from 8 am - 6 pm Exhibits released : Monday, October 14 from 10 am - 6 pm Judging: Thursday, October 3

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DEPARTMENT C - DECORATED APPLES, POTATOES, AND PUMPKINS ENTRY INFORMATION

• See general rules on page 7-9. • The Carolina Classic Fair Management, Employees, Department Workers, and Volunteers will take every precaution to protect exhibits but will not be held responsible for any loss, breakage or damage to any article or exhibits. • All entries must be brought in good condition. • Please follow the theme listed on the following pages. • THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES WILL BE FINAL. Who can enter? Residents of North Carolina and the following adjacent counties in Virginia: Carroll, Patrick, and Grayson. Where should I go to drop off my exhibits? Enter Gate 12, off 27th street near Goodwill. Where will my exhibits be displayed during the Fair? Agriculture Building (Building A) see the map on page 12. Who will furnish the trays for my entry to be displayed? The Fair will furnish the containers and trays unless otherwise specified. Are there size limitations? Yes, Apples and Potatoes must fit on a 5” x 5” foam tray (provided by the Fair). Complete entry cannot exceed 7” wide, 7” deep, 15” high (including accessories). Pumpkins entries may not exceed 20” in any direction (including accessories). Smaller entries are acceptable. What kind of potato can be used? Potato’s must be a IRISH potato. Can I carve the apple, potato, or pumping? No. Can I use candy? No, you cannot use candy or anything sugary. (i.e. Marshmallow, Gummies, etc.) Can I cover the entire apple, potato, or pumpkin? No, only 50% may be colored, painted, or covered. What if my items start to deteriorate during the Fair? The Fair reserves the right to remove and discard exhibits that are deteriorating. May I mail in my exhibit? No, all exhibits need to be brought in on the scheduled drop-off date. How many exhibits can be entered in each class? One entry, per person, per class. When will my tags be mailed out? All tags will not be mailed out until after September 1 . What will happen if I do not pick up my item on the scheduled date? You can pick up your ribbon(s) in the Fair office 14 days after the last day of the Fair. The items will be disposed of at the discretion of Fair Management.

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DEPARTMENT C - DECORATED APPLES, POTATOES, AND PUMPKINS

SECTION 101 - BEST DECORATED PUMPKIN THEME: RED, WHITE & BLUE – political messaging or affiliation will be Disqualified

Premiums: 1st: $9. 2nd: $8 3rd: $7 . 4th: $6 5th: $5 6th: $4 0001 _Decorated Pumpkin (Pre-school - Kindergarten) Premiums: 1st: $10 2nd: $9 3rd: $8 4th: $7 5th: $6 6th: $5 0002 _Decorated Pumpkin (Grades 1-2) Premiums: 1st: $12 2nd: $10 3rd: $9 4th: $8 5th: $7 6th: $6 0003 _ Decorated Pumpkin (Grades 3-5) 0004 _Decorated Pumpkin (Grades 6-8) Premiums: 1st: $14 2nd: $12 3rd: $10 4th: $9 5th: $8 6th: $7 0005 _ Decorated Pumpkin (Grades 9-12) Premiums: 1st: $16 2nd: $14 3rd: $12 4th: $10 5th: $8 6th: $6 0006 _Decorated Pumpkin (Adults) Premiums: 1st: $14 2nd: $12 3rd: $10 4th: $8 5th: $6 6th: $4 0007 _Decorated Pumpkin (Special Education)

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT C - DECORATED APPLES, POTATOES, AND PUMPKINS

SECTION 102 - BEST DECORATED POTATO

THEME: RED, WHITE & BLUE – political messaging or affiliation will be Disqualified

Premiums: 1st: $7 2nd: $6 3rd: $5 4th: $4 5th: $3 0008_ Decorated Potato (Pre-School - Kindergarten) Premiums: 1st: $8 2nd: $7 3rd: $6 4th: $5 5th: $4 0009_ Decorated Potato (Grades 1-2) Premiums: 1st: $10 2nd: $9 3rd: $8 4th: $7 5th: $6 0010 _ Decorated Potato (Grades 3-5) Premiums: 1st: $11 2nd: $10 3rd: $9 4th: $8 5th: $7 0011_ Decorated Potato (Grades 6-8) Premiums: 1st: $12 2nd: $11 3rd: $10 4th: $9 5th: $8 0012_ Decorated Potato (Grades 9-12) Premiums: 1st: $12 2nd: $11 3rd: $10 4th: $9 5th: $8 0013 Decorated Potato (Adults) Premiums: 1st: $13 2nd: $12 3rd: $11 4th: $10 5th: $9 0014 Decorated Potato (Special Education)

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT C - DECORATED APPLES, POTATOES, AND PUMPKINS

SECTION 103 - BEST DECORATED APPLE

THEME: RED, WHITE & BLUE – political messaging or affiliation will be Disqualified

Premiums: 1st: $6 2nd: $5 3rd: $4 4th: $3 5th: $2 0015 _ Decorated Apple (Pre-School - Kindergarten) Premiums: 1st: $7 2nd: $6 3rd: $5 4th: $4 5th: $3 0016 _Decorated Apple (Grades 1-2) 0017 _Decorated Apple (Grades 3-5) Premiums: 1st: $8 2nd: $7 3rd: $6 4th: $5 5th: $4 0018_ Decorated Apple (Grades 6-8) Premiums: 1st: $9 2nd: $8 3rd: $7 4th: $6 5th: $5 0019_ Decorated Apple (Grades 9-12) 0020_ Decorated Apple (Adults) Premiums: 1st: $8 2nd: $7 3rd: $6 4th: $5 5th: $4 0021_ Decorated Apple (Special Education)

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT D - HORTICULTURE

Superintendent : Cole Brannock Assistant : Dell Morgan

Exhibits accepted : Wednesday, October 2 from 8 am - 6 pm Exhibits released : Monday, October 14 from 10 am - 6 pm Judging: Thursday, October 3

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DEPARTMENT D - HORTICULTURE

ENTRY INFORMATION

• See general rules on page 7-9. • The Carolina Classic Fair Management, Employees, Department Workers, and Volunteers will take every precaution to protect exhibits but will not be held responsible for any loss, breakage or damage to any article or exhibits. • All entries must be brought in good condition. • THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES WILL BE FINAL. Who can enter? Residents of North Carolina and the following adjacent counties in Virginia: Carroll, Patrick, and Grayson. Where will my exhibits be displayed during the Fair? Agriculture Building (Building A) see the map on page 12. Will I need to furnish the containers for my display? No, the Fair will furnish the containers unless otherwise specified. What if my item starts to deteriorate during the Fair? The Fair reserves the right to remove and discard exhibits that are deteriorating. May I mail in my exhibit? No, all exhibits need to be brought in on the scheduled drop-off date. How many exhibits can be entered in each class? One entry, per person, per class. When will my tags be mailed out? All tags will not be mailed out until after September 1 . Entry tags must be brought with the exhibit described on tag ( DO NOT ATTACH tag to item), they are your proof that you have pre-entered, as required, and save time in accepting your entries for exhibit. DO NOT remove claim check from tag. It will be removed by Fair staff once the entry has been checked in. What will happen if I do not pick up my item on the scheduled date? You can pick up your ribbon(s) in the Fair office 14 days after the last day of the Fair. The items will be disposed of at the discretion of the superintendent.

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DEPARTMENT D - HORTICULTURE

SECTION 100 - SMALL FRUITS

Premiums: 1st: $10 2nd: $9 3rd: $8 4th: $7 5th: $6 Pears 0001 Any variety, plate of 5 Grapes 0002 Muscadines or Scuppernongs (white) plate of 25 0003 Muscadines or Scuppernongs (black) plate of 25 Persimmons 0004 Wild variety, plate of 10 0005 Japanese Persimmons, plate of 5 Other Fruit 0006 Figs, plate of 5 0007 Most unusual small fruit (i.e. lemon, pineapple, lime, kiwi etc.) - 2 specimen Nuts and Seeds

0008 Black Walnut - 25, new crop in shell 0009 Hickory Nuts - 25, new crop in shell

0010 Pecans - 25, new crop in shell 0011 Chestnuts - 25, new crop in shell 0012 Other Nuts - 25, new crop in shell (NO ACORNS) 0013 Sunflower Seeds - 25, in hull

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT D - HORTICULTURE

SECTION 101 - VEGETABLES

Vegetables will be judged on quality, color and uniformity of size. All vegetables must be grown by exhibitor and variety named on entry blank. Premiums: 1st: $10 2nd: $9 3rd: $8 4th: $7 5th: $6 0020 _Beans, snap,12 specimen 0021 Beans, Lima or Butter, 12 specimen

0022 Beans, October/Cranberry, 12 specimen 0023 Beets, any variety, 5 specimen, no tops 0024 Cucumbers, any variety, plate of 5 0025 Eggplant, any variety, 3 fruit only

0026 Field Peas (unshelled) any variety, 12 specimen 0027 Onions, white or yellow, any variety, 5 specimen 0028 Onions, red, any variety, plate of 5 0029 Peppers, Sweet, Bell-green, red, yellow or purple plate of 3 0030 Peppers, Habanera, 10 pods 0031 Peppers, Jalapeno, 5 pods 0032 Peppers, Hot, any variety not listed, 12 pods 0033 Peppers, Banana (yellow or red, hot or sweet, 5 pods) 0034 Potatoes, Irish (red), plate of 5 0035 Potatoes, Irish (white), plate of 5 0036 Potatoes, Sweet, any variety, plate of 5 Premiums: 1st: $17 2nd: $14 3rd: $12 4th: $11 5th: $10

0037 Potatoes, Irish (red) - 1 peck 0038 Potatoes, Irish (white) - 1 peck 0039 Potatoes, Sweet, any variety, 1 peck 0040 Largest Sweet Potato by weight

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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DEPARTMENT D - HORTICULTURE

SECTION 101 - VEGETABLES

Premiums: 1st: $10 2nd: $9 3rd: $8 4th: $7 5th: $6 0042 _Tomatoes, any variety, any size, red, 5 specimen 0043 Tomatoes, any variety, any size, yellow, 5 specimen 0044 _Tomatoes “Paste” 5 specimen 0045 _Tomatoes, largest-determined by weight, any variety 0046 Squash, summer, all varieties, any one variety (5)

0047 Squash, winter, 3 specimen (butternut) 0048 Squash, winter, 3 specimen (acorn) 0049 Squash, Turban, 1 specimen

0050 Squash, any other variety, 1 specimen 0051 One plate, Okra, table size (12 pods) 0052 Most Unusual Vegetable in shape, size or color, 1 item

Judge’s Choice - $10 & Rosette (selected from 1st place winners of above categories)

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