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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  1 A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  1 DEDICATION����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  2 2017 FAIR DIRECTORS�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  3 2016-2017 GDS FAIR COMMITTEES����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  4 GOLDEN WEDDING GROUP��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  5 OCTOGENARIAN GROUP�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  6 2016 GREENE-DREHER-STERLING FAIR QUEENS��������������������������������������������������������������  7 HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  8 2016 PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������  8 DEPARTMENT CONTACT INFORMATION���������������������������������������������������������������������������  9 SPECIAL EVENTS�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  10 EXHIBITS & JUDGING SCHEDULE������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  11 HOW TO ENTER��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  13 GENERAL RULES������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  14 GUIDELINES FOR CARE OF ANIMALS���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  15 HOW TO ENTER DEPTS 1-10��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  15 ANIMAL HEALTH REGULATIONS������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  16 2016 GDS JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SUPPORTERS���������������������������������������������������������������������  19 GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AWARDS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  20 DEPARTMENT 2 - DAIRY CATTLE��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  22 Section 1 - Open Classes DEPARTMENT 3 - BEEF CATTLE�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  23 Section 1 - Open Beef Cattle Section 2 - Open Class Market Steers Section 3 - Feeder Steers and Heifers DEPARTMENT 4 - SHEEP���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  25 Section 1 - Breeding Sheep Section 2 - Market Class DEPARTMENT 5 - SWINE��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  26 DEPARTMENT 6 - GOATS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  27 Section 1 - Dairy Goats Section 2 - Open Market Meat Goats DEPARTMENT 8 - POULTRY & EGGS���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  28 Section 1 - Bantams Section 2 - Chickens Section 3 - Ducks Section 4 - Geese Section 6 - Turkeys Section 5 - Guineas Section 7 - Fowl Section 8 - Game Birds Section 9 - Eggs -i-

DEPARTMENT 9 - RABBITS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  30 Section 1 - Open Meat Pens Section 2 - Open Breed Rabbits DEPARTMENT 10 - 4H AND YOUTH GROUPS������������������������������������������������������������������  31 STANDARDS FOR JUDGING Showmanship Section 2 - Dairy Cattle Section 3 - Beef Cattle Section 4 - Sheep Section 5 - Swine Section 6 - Dairy Goats Section 8 - Poultry & Eggs Section 9 - Rabbits Section 20 - Group Exhibits DEPARTMENT 11 - YOUTH��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  39 Section A1 - Vegetables Section A2 - Foods Section A2- 2017 PA Preferred® Junior Baking Contest

Section A3 - Flower Arrangements (Real Flowers) Section A4 - Needlecraft Section A5 - Arts & Crafts Section A6 - Art & Photography Section 23 - Apiary & Maple Products ENTRY FORM�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  45 LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  48 DEPARTMENT 12 - HAY & GRAIN������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  53 Section 1 - Grain & Seed Crops Section 2 - Hay DEPARTMENT 13 - VEGETABLES�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  54 DEPARTMENT 14 - FRUIT & NUTS�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  58 Section 1 - Fruits Section 2 - Edible Nuts (dried) DEPARTMENT 15 - HOME & DAIRY PRODUCTS������������������������������������������������������������  59 Section 1 - Baked Products Section 2 - Canned Products Section 4 - Honey Spreads, Jams, Jellies, Marmalade, Preserves, Dehydrated Foods Section 5 - 2017 Homemade Chocolate Cake Contest Section 6 - Blue Ribbon Apple Pie Contest Section 7 - The Incredible Angel Food Cake Contest DEPARTMENT 16 - EVERGREEN TREES�����������������������������������������������������������������������������  64 Section 1 - Evergreen Trees Section 2 - Wreaths Section 3 - Garland DEPARTMENT 17 - FLORAL EXHIBITS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������  65 Section 1 - Flowering House Plants Section 2 - Foliage House Plants Section 3 - Specimen Flowers - Annuals Section 4 - Specimen Flowers - Perennials Section 5 - Artistic Arrangements - ii -

DEPARTMENT 18 - NEEDLECRAFTS������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  70 Section 1 - Clothing Section 2 - Needlework Section 3 - Afghans and Quilts Section 4 - Rugs DEPARTMENT 19 - ARTS - CRAFTS - PHOTOGRAPHY������������������������������������������������  74 Section 1 - Paintings & Fine Art Work Section 1 - Photography Section 2 - Arts & Crafts Section 4 - Professional DEPARTMENT 21 - WINES & BEERS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  79 Section 1 - Homemade Wines Section 2 - Homemade Beers DEPARTMENT 23 - APIARY & MAPLE PRODUCTS�������������������������������������������������������  80 Section 1 - Bees, Honey, and Wax Section 2 - Maple Syrup & Maple Products DEPARTMENT 24 - ANTIQUES������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  81 Section 1 - Antique Farm Machinery Section 2 - Depression Era Items Section 3 - Old Hand Tools Section 4 - Lanterns Section 5 - Kerosene Lamps DEPARTMENT 22 - MAJOR CONTESTS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������  83 Section 1 - Scarecrow Contest Section 1 - Decorated Bowling Pin Section 1 - Essay Contest Section 2 - Kids Pedal Pull Section 2 - Frog Jumping Contest Section 2 - Pie Eating Contest Section 2 - Earl Mickel Memorial Youth Turkey Calling Contest Section 2 - HS Marching Band Competition Section 3 - Fair Queen Pageant Section 3 - Junior Fair Queen Pageant Section 3 - Baby Pageant Section 4 - Farm Tractor Pull Section 4 - Antique Farm Tractor Pull Section 4 - Garden Tractor Pull Section 4 - Diesel Truck Pull Section 4 - Modified Truck Pull Section 4 - Demolition Derby Section 4 - Other Arena Events GDS FAIR SCHOLARSHIP���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  92 DATES TO REMEMBER���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  93

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INTRODUCTION The Greene-Dreher-Sterling Community Fair Association, Inc. is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and is incorporated under the laws of the State of Pennsylvania as a non-profit agricultural organization. As stated in the bylaws, the sole purpose of this society shall be to promote and foster interest in the AGRICULTURAL, INDUSTRIAL, and CULTURAL activities of the community by staging an annual fair and to operate without any pecuniary gain or profit, incidental or others, to its members. By cooperating with, and following the State Premium Guidelines Book, the Fair receives support from the Pennsylvania State Fair Fund, primarily because: 1. 2. With the recent expansion of our Fair dates, we want to remind you of some SUBSTANTIAL changes to our Exhibits process. PLEASE take note of these changes: 1) Entry Process/Tag Pickup 2) Livestock Entry dates 3) Entry drop off times 3) Judging Schedule 4) New categories NEW We also encourage everyone to stay up to date by visiting our website at www.gdsfair.com or checking out Facebook for any late breaking updates.

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It is one of the best media we have to bring our farm people together to compete against eachother with the best they can produce; It makes them work and study on how to make a better product for next year so they can continue to be winners; The Fair is the best advertising agency for agricultural and agribusiness in our Commonwealth; It helps to bring together all the various segments of our population to learn about each other.

By receiving this support, we are able to continue to improve our facilities, uniformity of exhibits, attractive appearance, and a regulated program of adequate premiums. The quality and quantity of exhibits has also greatly improved and so has the interest on the part of both viewers and exhibitors. The improvements of the past have been good, but there still remains room for more. We welcome and give full consideration to any and all comments and suggestions received in writing. As in all things, some changes take time, others don’t; some need State approval and others don’t. We do our best to conform to PA State Guidelines and still try to retain those areas of special interest in our community when not in direct conflict with those guidelines. With great pride, we invite you to visit and explore the many exhibits and to fully appreciate the time and effort put forth to maintain this important aspect of the Fair by the many people involved.

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT As we prepare for our 100th Fair, I think about how things started and have changed throughout the past one hundred years. From starting in the school, a historic flood, a devastating fire, to this celebration, as a Fair we are incorporating things from the past as well as trying some new things. We are going to have a contest for young and old to show us your thoughts of the hundred years of Greene Dreher Sterling Fair. Over the years, the Fair has had struggles and successes, members have come and gone, and the fair is still here thriving to put on the best ag displays from Wayne & Pike counties. So I ask that you come and join the fair! Help, visit and be part of this celebration. On behalf of the Directors, members, and Officers, I would like to thank everyone for their support over the years. Let's make the next 100 great too!

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"Volunteering is the ultimate excercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in."

- Unknown

DEDICATION

IN HONOR OF ALL PAST Volunteers

On this, our 100th anniversary of the Greene Dreher Sterling Fair, we would like to honor all of the dedicated, tireless volunteers that have served our Fair over the years. From its early beginning, there have been generations of families, community individuals, and area businesses that have, and continue to contribute countless hours to the annual success of the GDS Fair. To those that have given selflessly of their time, freely of their talent, and continually of their treasure; we know we would not be here today celebrating this landmark anniversary without you! -2-

2017 FAIR DIRECTORS Greene-Dreher-Sterling Community Fair Association 457 Crestmont Drive, Newfoundland, PA 18445 Phone: (570) 676-4047 ● Fax & Answering Machine: (570) 676-5810 website: www.gdsfair.com ● email: [email protected]

2017

2018

2019

Katrina Caljean

Teri Field 570-390-9258

Dale Keiper

Corresponding Secretary

570-241-2247

Vice-President

570-676-5462

Valerie Frank 484-624-7896

Jodi Chapman 570-676-4466

LJ Donagen 570-877-1682

Mark Frick 570-676-3350

Linda Frick 570-676-3350

Jeanette Swingle 570-698-6359

Phyllis Jones 570-676-3571

Amy Jones

Recording Secretary

Bryan Utegg

Lyn Klingerman 570-262-2520

570-350-2664

Bob Lederer 570-676-5221 Amy Utegg 570-251-2580

Treasurer

570-251-2580

Dawn Krautter 570-676-3792

Kathy Young 570-676-5705

JT Lee 570-499-9148

Ed Zawislak 570-689-4834

Andy Weist

Sue Zawislak 570-689-4834

President

570-390-4162

Honorary Lifetime Directors Carroll Fetherman*

Elmore Squire Haag*

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2016-2017 GDS FAIR COMMITTEES ADMISSIONS *Kathy Young Amy Jones Amy Utegg ARENA *Katrina Caljean Brad Crandall JT Lee Deb Davis Scott Davis Gary Wasman BUILDING & GROUNDS *Mark Frick *Bob Lederer Brad Crandall Kevin Field Shane Gross Wyatt Gross Rob Jazikoff Dale Keiper Carroll Krautter COMMERCIAL SPACE *Lyn Klingerman EMERGENCY & SECURITY *Dale Keiper Andy Weist ENTERTAINMENT *Katrina Caljean LJ Donegan Teri Field Valerie Frank Linda Frick Lyn Klingerman Jeanette Swingle Bryan Utegg Kathy Young Sue Zawislak

EXHIBITS & PREMIUM BOOK *Dawn Krautter *Jodi Chapman *Teri Field Valerie Frank Jess Grohmann June Phillips Jeanette Swingle

OCTOGENARIAN *Phyllis Jones Teri Field Linda Frick Amy Jones Lyn Klingerman

PURCHASING *Dale Keiper LJ Donagen Amy Jones Bryan Utegg Andy Weist

PARADE *Jodi Chapman Officers Brianna Kislak Janette Kislak Shelby Milewski

REFRESHMENTS *Ed Zawislak *Bryan Utegg

FAIR QUEEN *Amy Jones Janette Kislak Caitlin Vill FINANCE *LJ Donagen Bitsy Kopfinger Bryan Utegg

PHOTOGRAPHY *Valerie Frank John Mitchell PLANNING *Mark Frick Kevin Field Shane Gross Dale Keiper Carroll Krautter Bob Lederer Bryan Utegg Ed Zawislak

GRANTS Officers GROUND RENTAL *Andy Weist INFORMATION BOOTH *Sue Zawislak Teri Field Linda Frick Rob Jazikoff Phyllis Jones

PROGRAM *Linda Frick Katrina Caljean Teri Field Valerie Frank Wyatt Gross Lyn Klingerman Kathy Young

INTERNET *Valerie Frank Amy Jones

PUBLICITY *Bryan Utegg Valerie Frank Dale Keiper

LIVESTOCK *Jeanette Swingle Dave DeFrehn Maddy DeFrehn Shane Gross Olivia Keating Donna Weist

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SCHOLARSHIPS Officers SPONSORSHIP *Teri Field LJ Donagen Linda Frick Bitsy Kopflinger JT Lee Jeanette Swingle Bryan Utegg Andy Weist SUNSHINE *Linda Frick Teri Field Phyllis Jones

* CHAIRPERSON

GOLDEN WEDDING GROUP

Credit: Valerie Frank Photography

A dinner, held on the Saturday of Fair Week, was enjoyed by many Golden Wedding couples. This event was funded by the Greene-Dreher-Sterling Fair Association and catered by the Green-Dreher Volunteer Fire Company. The Fair Association is proud to honor these guests for their long time support of the fair and their community. President Andy Weist thanked all in attendance.

GOLDEN WEDDING GROUP 1

Credit: Valerie Frank Photography

Row 1: Carl & Marion Rose - 54 years, Gerald & Nancy Williams - 57 years Row 2: Donald & Janet Olsommer - 57 years, Paul & Audrey Williams - 57 years

GOLDEN WEDDING GROUP 2 Row 1: Clifford & Erma Cron - 57 years , Albert & Pat Caruth - 59 years Row 2: Robert & Meryl Cron - 57 years, Albert & Joan Ferguson - 53 years, Caroll & Dawn Krautter - 51 years -5-

OCTOGENARIAN GROUP A dinner, held on the Saturday of Fair Week, was enjoyed by many Octogenarians. This event was funded by the GreeneDreher-Sterling Fair Association and catered by the Green-Dreher Volunteer Fire Company. The Fair Association is proud to honor these guests for their long time support of the fair and their community. President Andy Weist thanked all in attendance.

Row 1

Charlotte Geary.............96 Clifford Cron..................85 Emma Cron....................83 Albert Caruth.................84 Pat Caruth......................83 Violet Catella..................85 Marie Felton...................81 Roger H. Homeyer......104

Row 2

Credit: Valerie Frank Photography

Pauline Gilpin................88 Patricia Hoza..................83 Floss Doneghy...............80 Mel Eppley.....................84 Rachel James..................85 Marion Cross.................90 Robert Cron....................81 Meryl Cron.....................82 Miriam Jones..................87

Row 3

Jack Doneghy.................81 Cy England.....................86

Row 1

Betty Roach....................87 Frances Wreski..............95 Marion Phillips..............90 Gerald Williams.............80 Bernice Wahnon............84 Ruth Stitt.........................87 Delores Micheletti.........84 Betty Knapp...................85

Row 2

Credit: Valerie Frank Photography

Paul Williams................... 80 Audrey Williams............. 80 Bertha Kofler.................... 86 Albert Kofler.................... 91 Shirley Marion................. 90 Carroll Krautter............... 82 Peggy Schueneman......... 81

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2016 GREENE-DREHER-STERLING FAIR QUEENS QUEEN SHELBY MILEWSKI My name is Shelby Milewski. I live in Greentown and am the daughter of Stacy Milewski. I am 18 years old and currently a Senior at Wallenpaupack High School. After I graduate, I plan on going to Luzurne Community College for their two year registered nurse program. When I'm not in school, you can find me at my fire station training and going on calls. My time as the 2016 Fair Queen has been amazing. I met so many amazing people and had a great experience.

JUNIOR QUEEN KATIE NEBZYDOSKI Hello, my name is Katie Nebzydoski and I had the honor of being the 2016 Greene Dreher Sterling Fair's Junior Fair Queen. I am the 15 year old daughter of Mark and Audrey Nebzydoski of Pleasant Mount. I am presently in the tenth grade at Forest City Regional High School. As Junior Fair Queen, I met many new people and had countless unforgettable experiences. Fair week flew by and I would have done anything to make the time I spent at the fair go by slower. The highlight of being Junior Fair Queen would have to be all of the children looking up to me. I would like to thank the Fair Board and everyone that made my Fair week a memorable experience, and I look forward to competing for the title of Greene Dreher Sterling Fair Queen in the future.

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HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS 1970

Carroll Fetherman, PP*

1987

Robert Adams* Dr. Glen Stevens*

2002

Alice (Martin) Christopher Frank Martin, PP* Beryl Swingle

1971

Henry Botjer*

1972

V.A. Martin* Joseph Jacobs*

1988

Barbara Shaffer* Bruce Banks L.W. (Web) Gilpin*

2003

Darwin Campbell* Barbara Campbell

1973

Lewis Smith* Stanley Peet*

1989

Seldon Gilpin* Carroll Krautter, PP

2004

Andy Weist, Pres. Art Frey

1974

Lawrence Simons* Lewis Osborne*

1990

Doris Bartleson Leroy Bartleson*

2005

Paula DeEsch Wendy Dickinson

1975

E. Jeanore Simons* Roy Stackhouse*

1991

Willard Croft* Willard Newcomer*

2006

Dawn Mountain David Williams

1976

Robert Beehn* Lloyd Carlton*

Jeannette Bertrand* Jocelyn Olsommer

Helen Feigel* Margaret Beehn*

Tom Peifer Clayton Northrup, PP* Paul Krombel*

2007

1977

1992

Donna Weist Ellie Compton

Kathryn Krautter* Cora Lange*

Albert Shaffer, PP Virginia Madden

2008

1978

1993

Roger Homeyer Carol Homeyer

Mathelda Osborne* Verna Simons*

Mickey Deskus* Pauline Gilpin Willis Gilpin*

2009

1979

1994

Harold Peet* Thelma Peet*

Sam Christ Allen Edwards*

Ray Bullock Thom Compton

1980

1995

2010

Rev F. Fulmer* Richard McLain, PP*

Phyllis Jones Dawn Krautter Carl Smith*

Jeanette Swingle Bryan Utegg

1981

1996

2011 2012

Shirley Haser Regina Gillow

1982

Hannah Schelbert* Elmore Haag*

Amy Jones Ed Zawislak

Ruth Fetherman* J. Wesly Akers*

Almeda Gilpin* Lee E. Yeich* Marge Yeich

2013

1983

1997

Bob Lederer Betty Roach

Lucille Smith* Constance Edwards*

Virginia Rohrbacker* Harold Rohrbacker*

2014

1984

1998

Katrina Caljean Lyn Klingerman

Josephine Woltjen* Nelson Woltjen*

Ruth Altemier David Carr

2015

1985

1999

Sue Zawislak Linda Nicholson

Mary Hall* Betty Struttin* Harry Albacker*

Peggy Schoenagel Kathy Young

2016

1986

2000 2001

Lois Butts Phyllis Vetter

PP - Past President * - Deceased

2016 PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS Hamlin Fire & Rescue Co. Harriet Greene Chapter #198 O.E.S Newfoundland Area Ambulance Association Sterling United Methodist Church Newfoundland Rotary Club Boy Scout Troop #129 Tobyhanna/Newfoundland Lion’s Club

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DEPARTMENT CONTACT INFORMATION Department

Head

Phone

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HORSES DAIRY CATTLE...........................................Jeanette & George Swingle.................. 570-698-6359

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BEEF CATTLE...............................................Dave DeFrehn........................................ 570-647-5451

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SHEEP............................................................Dave DeFrehn........................................ 570-647-5451 ........................................................................Donna Weist.......................................... 570-253-4834

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SWINE...........................................................Olivia & Carla Keating......................... 570-689-2047

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GOATS...........................................................Donna Weist.......................................... 570-253-4834

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POULTRY......................................................Dave DeFrehn........................................ 570-647-5451

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RABBITS........................................................Dave DeFrehn........................................ 570-647-5451

10. 4-H AND YOUTH........................................Andy Weist............................................ 570-390-4162 ........................................................................Jeanette Swingle.................................... 570-698-6359 11. YOUTH-VEGETABLES...............................Shirley Haser......................................... 570-676-4066 YOUTH-A2 - A6...........................................Dawn Mountain.................................... 570-689-3908 ........................................................................Regina Gillow 12. HAY & GRAIN.............................................David Friedman.................................... 570-689-7947 13. VEGETABLES...............................................Roger Homeyer..................................... 570-676-9416 14. FRUIT & NUTS.............................................David Friedman.................................... 570-689-7949 15. HOME & DAIRY, Sec. 1..............................Charlotte Lent........................................ 570-676-3819 HOME & DAIRY, Sec. 2..............................Peggy Schoenagel................................. 570-676-3686 ........................................................................Karen Schoenagel.................................. 570-877-8706

HOME & DAIRY, Sec. 4..............................Peggy Schoenagel................................. 570-676-3686 ........................................................................Karen Schoenagel.................................. 570-877-8706

16. EVERGREEN TREES...................................Carroll Krautter..................................... 570-676-3792 17. FLORAL, Sec. 1 & 2......................................Teri Field................................................ 570-390-9258 FLORAL, Sec. 3, 4, 5.....................................Betty Roach............................................ 570-676-4729 18. NEEDLECRAFTS, Sec, 1, 3, 4.....................Jodi Chapman........................................ 570-676-4466 NEEDLECRAFTS, Sec. 2.............................Karen Gifford........................................ 570-676-4140 19. ARTS & PHOTOGRAPHY, Sec 1...............Valerie Frank.......................................... 484-624-7896 ARTS & PHOTOGRAPHY, Sec 2...............Ronda Gilpin......................................... 570-780-6220 20. GROUP EXHIBITS.......................................Dawn Krautter....................................... 570-676-3792 21. WINES...........................................................Linda Nicholson.................................... 570-689-7021 22. MAJOR CONTESTS.....................................Andy Weist............................................ 570-390-4162 23. APIARY & MAPLE......................................Linda Nicholson.................................... 570-689-7021 24. ANTIQUE FARM MACHINERY...............Carroll Krautter..................................... 570-676-3792 -9-

SPECIAL EVENTS ANIMAL DRESS UP CONTEST Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 3:00 PM Livestock Exhibitors ONLY are eligible to compete in the Animal Dress Up Contest, with several judging categories. Eligible animals include cattle, sheep, goats, rabbits, and fowl. NO PIGS

Prizes:

1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00

Class 1 - Fastest Time Class 2 - Most Original Class 3 - Simplest Class 4 - Most Props Class 5 - Funniest

Ice Cream Sundae Giveaway

Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 2:00 PM

5th - $1.00

Fleece to shawl Demonstration Sunday, August 27, 2017 (9am - 9pm)

Join us in the Barn as Sharon Milewski and her friends share their skill, talent, and knowledge of wool and spinning. There will be interactive demonstrations including: cleaning wool, felting, loom weaving, and wool spinning with drop spindles and a spinning wheel. Join them for a demonstration -- you may win a "wool souvenir"!

Dairy promotion to be held in the area of the Barn Show Ring.

FARMER Olympics

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 6:30pm

Local farmers, yound and old alike competing in a variety of fun activities that require the skills and talents learned on the farm. Pre-register by contacting Jeanette Swingle at 570-698-6359

TEAM MILKING CONTEST Friday, September 1, 2017 at 5:00 PM

Come watch the GDS Fair Queen & team take on the County Commissioners in this friendly milking competition to see who squirts out as this year's top Milker.

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EXHIBITS & JUDGING SCHEDULE For more information about exhibits, call 570-676-4047. Refer to GENERAL RULES & DEPARTMENT RULES for more specific information!

** PLEASE NOTE CHANGES TO THIS YEAR’S SCHEDULE ** Wednesday, July 20

Entry Registration DEADLINE for Exhibitor paying $2.00 for mailed tags

Wednesday, August 3

Entry Registration DEADLINE for all Exhibitors

Saturday, August 19

9:00AM - noon Pickup ENTRY TAGS at Main Exhibit Hall

Wednesday, 6:00 - 8:00PM Pickup ENTRY TAGS at Main Exhibit Hall August 23 Thursday, 1:00 - 8:00PM Enter Exhibits for Depts. 11 through 21 and Dept. 23 & 24 at Fairgrounds August 24 Entries MUST be tagged and in right Department no later than 8:00PM! Friday, August 25

8:30AM

Saturday, 10AM - 3PM August 26

Judging of Depts 11 through 21 and Depts. 23 & 24 Entry Day for ALL Animals (including rabbits) (MUST BE ON THE GROUNDS BY 3PM. Exceptions will be made to chickens and fowl on Sunday the 27th with previous registration.

(Papers MUST be checked BEFORE unloading. Any accomodations must be approved by Mrs. Swingle) ** PLEASE NOTE CHANGES IN LIVESTOCK SHOW SCHEDULES ** All awards will be made in both classes. Sunday, August 27

3:00PM

Swine Show - 4H, Youth and Open Classes

Monday, 3:00PM Goat Show - 4H, Youth and Open Classes August 28 (sheep & goat barn closed during show)

following Sheep Show - 4H, Youth and Open Classes Goat Show (sheep & goat barn closed during show)

Tuesday, 6:00PM Beef Show - 4H, Youth and Open Classes August 29 (beef barn closed during show) Wednesday, 6:30PM August 30

FARMER OLYMPICS (in the arena)

Thursday, 3:00PM August 31

Livestock Exhibitors "Animal Dress-Up Contest" includes cattle, sheep, goats, rabbits and fowl

Friday, September 1

Dairy Show - 4H, Youth and Open Classes Team Dairy Cow Milking Contest - Barn Show Arena

11:00AM 5:00PM

Saturday, 1:00PM September 2

GDS Junior Livestock Auction (note: Sheep, Swine & Beef Barn closed during Livestock Sale)

Sunday, 10:00PM September 3

All Livestock may be removed from the Fairgrounds after the evening truck pull or by noon on Monday.

Monday, 9:00 - 12:00PM All entries MUST be picked up at Fairgrounds, including Rabbits. September 4 ENTRY CLAIM TAG IS REQUIRED WHEN PICKING UP EACH ENTRY. - 11 -

** PLEASE NOTE: ** All exhibits must be tagged and completely ready for exhibition when dropped off in the proper department. We will not accept incomplete entries or entries AFTER 8:00PM Thursday.

Premium Checks will be mailed after october 15th. All Checks not cashed within sixty (60) days will be void and considered a donation to the Fair. - 12 -

HOW TO ENTER General Exhibits

1) Complete the proper Entry Form(s) located in the center of this handbook (or online) and mail by the date below; 2) Pick-up your Entry Tag(s) and attach to your entry (except Livestock); 3) Bring your entry to the Fair on Thursday, Aug. 24 between 1:00pm and 8:00pm. Take each entry to the building in which it will be displayed - NO LATE ENTRIES. (Sorry, no exceptions.)

SPECIFIC ENTRY INFORMATION

ENTRY FORM: Complete ALL information requested. Parents of Youth Exhibitors are encouraged to assist children in completing their entries to include all projects completed or near completion. Locate an accurate description of your entry under the proper Department listing in this Handbook. Record the Department number, Section number, Class number, and the descriptive wording as shown. In many instances, you will want to enter exhibits on anticipated production (ie, flowers, crops, projects near completion, etc) - these types of entries are acceptable and it is understandable if you are not always able to exhibit some of those items and no penalty will be assessed for lack of entry. Be sure to review the GENERAL RULES and the SPECIAL INFORMATION at the beginning of each Department so that your entry will not be disqualified for any reason. Do not hesitate to call for help or information: 570-676-4047 or email [email protected] PRE-REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required for all exhibits and must be postmarked or received THREE (3) WEEKS BEFORE THE START OF THE FAIR - AUGUST 4. Entry Forms for Departments 11 - 21 and Departments 23-24 must be mailed to: GDS FAIR ENTRIES P.O. BOX 361, NEWFOUNDLAND, PA 18445 Entrants who wish to receive their tags by mail (instead of picking them up at the fairgrounds) MUST pre-register by July 21 and include a $2.00 check, made payable to GDS Fair, to cover postage and handling. ENTRY TAGS: Entry tags will be prepared for each item listed on your Entry Form (except Livestock) and may be picked up at the Main Exhibit Hall on either of the following days. Attach entry tag securely to each item being exhibited. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19 from 9:00AM until 12:00PM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23 from 6:00PM until 8:00PM ENTRY DROP OFF: Take each entry to the proper Exhibit Hall and Department in which it is being entered. If you need help locating the proper department, personnel on duty will be glad to provide assistance. Be sure to allow enough time to take your exhibits to the different buildings by the deadlines. We cannot make exceptions to this rule since the Department personnel need the time to arrange exhibits for judging. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24 from 1:00PM until 8:00PM EXHIBIT HALL HOUSES ENTRIES FOR: Smith Hall (formerly Bingo) Art/Photography Staph Hall Youth, Arts/Crafts & Needlework Simons Hall (Main) Vegetables (including Youth), Fruits, Nuts, Baked Goods, Trees, Granges & Group Exhibits, Floral, Jellies and Preserves, Canned Goods

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The GDS Fair will present Best in Show winners with their award during the Fair. We will notify winning Exhibitors after judging to let you know when this presentation will occur. DEPARTMENT 22: Follow the individual entry procedures for each contest in the information provided. ALL PREMIUM CHECKS WILL BE MAILED TO EXHIBITORS AFTER OCTOBER 15TH. - 13 -

GENERAL RULES For the convenience of Exhibitors, entries (EXCEPT LIVESTOCK) are received THURSDAY (8/24) 1:00pm 8:00pm. Judging is scheduled to occur on Friday. We ask for your cooperation in using the front parking lot when bringing your entries to the Fair. This will help us to assure your safety and eliminate vehicle congestion on the Fairgrounds. 1. All exhibitors agree to be bound by the rules and regulations of the Greene-Dreher-Sterling Fair. 2. The Fair Management reserves the right to amend or add to these rules and regulations as its judgment may determine. 3. NO animals will be accepted without Health Certificates. See additional information under Health Rules for Livestock. 4. Entries must be made according to classification. It shall be the responsibility of the Exhibitor to make known the PROPER NAME of the article or breed of livestock being entered. Any item entered improperly will be disqualified from receiving a prize and the judges will mark the correct name on the entry tag for the benefit of the owner so the same mistake in entering will not be made a second time. 5. All entries must be grown, produced, or made in Pennsylvania since the close of the last Fair and by the Exhibitor only. If the Fair management believes any exhibit was shown previously, that exhibit may be refused or disqualified from judging. 6. Exhibitors may not enter more than one entry for competition in any one class, with the exception of livestock. 7. Premiums, as listed, may be given for exhibits. In cases where there is no competition, judges may give an award as they deem the exhibit is worthy to receive. Same rule applies where there are fewer entries in any class than the number of premiums offered. THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES SHALL BE FINAL IN ALL CASES; however, any mistakes, fraud, misrepresentation, or collusion should be reported in writing to the Exhibits Committee as soon as possible for review by the Committee. 8. Department Heads reserve the right to refuse any entry, and to ban from competition, any animals, vegetable, flowers, produce, and manufactured articles of decidedly inferior quality; and those not possessing sufficient merit to warrant recognition. 9. The Fair Management may, at any time, order the removal of any exhibit or part of an exhibit in bad condition, and any article unfit to fit to show may be excluded. Food products cannot be polluted with any substance or chemical that causes them to be poisonous and/or unfit for food. 10. During the judging, buildings (except for livestock areas) are to be closed to everyone except Fair Officials, Judges, Pennsylvania Fair Fund Officials, and necessary attendants. Any exhibitor interfering with the judges while making awards shall forfeit any premium to which they would otherwise be entitled. 11. After judging, all exhibits will be displayed under the exhibitor’s name. 12. Best of Show will be given in Departments 11 - 21 and Departments 23 & 24. 13. No exhibits, except livestock, may be removed at any time before 9:00 AM on Monday, Labor Day. NO EXCEPTIONS !! All vegetables, fruits, nuts and baked goods become the property of the Fair. All entries MUST BE PICKED UP between 9:00AM and and 12:00 pm on Monday, Labor Day. Fair Management will not be responsible for any exhibits not picked up with in the specified times. 14. Reasonable care will be taken to protect all exhibits on display from injury and damage; but the Fair is not, in any way, to be held responsible for accidents, loss or damage by water, fire, theft, etc, whatever the cause or extent of loss. 15. ALL CHECKS NOT CASHED WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS WILL BE VOID AND CONSIDERED A DONATION TO THE FAIR. PREMIUM CHECKS WILL BE MAILED AFTER OCTOBER 15TH. 16. In the event the Fair Association does not received sufficient income, for any reason, awards may be reduced. 17. Any Exhibitor may be required to prove the ability to reproduce any entry in any Department in the presence of a qualified person. 18. At the discretion of the barn supervisor (and committee) and due to the availability of department judges, shows may be combined. You would then be informed at entry time of the changes made. If an emergency situation arises and shows must be combined at the last minute, we will do our best to inform and accommodate you at the earliest possible time. 19. Proper attire is required for all livestock shows. No belly shirts, muscle shirts, or see-thru shirts without cami. Shoes or boots are required in the ring for shows. No flip-flops or sandals are permitted during shows. (Not responsible for typographical errors throughout this Handbook.)

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HOW TO ENTER DEPTS 1-10

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* LIVESTOCK ENTRIES ONLY * If there is any possibility of bringing an animal, please contact Mrs. Jeanette Swingle (570-698-6359) as early as possible & leave a message as to the type and number of each (such as: Beef-4/ 1 calf, 2 cows, 1 steer)

1) COMPLETE the Livestock Entry Form(s) located in the center of this Book (or online) 2) MAIL Livestock Entry Form to: Jeanette Swingle, 798 Avoy Road, Lake Ariel, PA 18436

BY: August 10, 2017

3) BRING your Livestock to the Fairgrounds on August 26, 2017 (MUST use back gate - behind arena)

SPECIFIC ENTRY INFORMATION

ENTRY FORM: Complete ALL information requested. Be specific when listing breeds. Be sure and sign both the IAFE (International Show Ring Code of Ethics) and the VCR (Veterinary Consultation Relationship) on the Entry Form. Exhibitors entering Poultry MUST sign an additional Poultry Health Certificate. Contact Jeanette to get the Poultry Health Certificate. Be sure to review the GENERAL RULES and the SPECIAL INFORMATION at the beginning of each Department so that your animal will not be disqualified for any reason. Do not hesitate to call for help or information: 570-698-6359 or email [email protected] You may also contact the Department Head listed in each section or Andy Weist at 570-390-4162. Entry Forms for Departments 1 - 10 must be mailed to:

NO PREMIUMS ARE PAID FOR CHAMPION OR RESERVE CHAMPION CLASSES



JEANETTE SWINGLE 798 AVOY ROAD, LAKE ARIEL, PA 18436



GUIDELINES FOR CARE OF ANIMALS It is the responsibility of each Exhibitor to care for animals in a manner that is responsible and ethical. Following are some guidelines for the treatment of animals exhibited at the fair: RESTRAINING ANIMALS • Animals should be tied or penned in a manner that will not hurt the animal or restrict its breathing in any way. • Animals should be tied so that all four feet are firmly on the ground and they have enough room to stand comfortably and lie down. • Animals should be tied so that they are not able to injure animals tied near them. • Animals unaccustomed to each other should not be penned together.

FEEDING & WATER - Animals should be well fed and have access to clean water regularly. Realizing that many market animals must have restricted amounts of feed to maintain proper weight, animals must be fed adequate amounts to meet the animal’s basic requirements. Animals not allowed reasonable access to feed and water will be disqualified from the show.

HANDLING - Any type of rough handling which could harm the animal is prohibited. The use of whips, canes, and show sticks should be restricted to showing only and then be used only to guide the animals, not punish them. Animals will respond quicker and better to quiet, gentle handing than loud, rough handling.

BLANKET/SWEAT COLLARS - Any type of material such as blankets or sweat collars should be large enough to permit normal body functions such as breathing, eating, drinking, or lying down.

BEDDING - All animals should have bedding that is dry and clean. Pens should be cleaned regularly to keep the animals clean and comfortable. In nontraditional bedding such as carpeting is used, it should be regularly cleaned (at least twice daily) to keep the pen free from manure.

TRANSPORTATION - Animals should be transported in a way that is both safe & considerate of the animal’s well-being.

HEALTH - It is the responsibility of the Exhibitor to provide proper health care for their animals through routine inspection and consultation with health care professionals. The improper or illegal use of drugs or antibiotics is prohibited. If medication is indicated, be sure to follow the label directions and allow more than the stated withdrawal time. - 15 -

ANIMAL HEALTH REGULATIONS

IMPORTANT: ALL HEALTH PAPERS MUST BE CHECKED BEFORE UNLOADING! The required Animal-Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship (VCR) is included on the Livestock Entry Form and MUST be signed. All animals admitted to the Fair shall be identified by a unique and permanent ear tag, tattoo, brand or record of unique physical attributes. Animals known to be infected with, or exposed to any contagious, infectious or external parasitic disease, or animals restricted by quarantine may not be assembled for show purposes. All animals admitted to fair must comply with applicable state (7 PA Code) or federal (9 CFR) rules. All cloven-hoof animals not subject to 7 PA Code or 9 CFR, including members of the deer and damilid families, shall have been born in Pennsylvania or resided in Pennsylvania for at least six (6) months and shall be brucellosis and tuberculosis tested (negative) by an accredited veterinarian within 60 days of admission to the show. Animals presented for exhibition will be subject to inspection by show officials and will be rejected if evidence of infectious, contagious, or parasitic disease is apparent, or if health certification or identification documentation is not acceptable. All animals should be held in isolation for at least 30 days after return to the herd of origin. Be sure to use only grooming products that are approved for use on meat and dairy animals when fitting your animals for show. Unapproved products may contain ingredients that result in unacceptable residues in the meat or milk. If you are not certain that a product is residue safe and approved for use on meat or dairy animals, DO NOT USE IT! **IMPORTANT** If upon slaughter, treatment with drugs, biologics or any chemical from fitting products is the cause of condemnation of a carcass, the loss of the carcass and any other damages will be borne by the Exhibitor. PENNSYLVANIA EQUINE REQUIREMENTS 1. A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued after May 1, 2017 is required. 2. All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases. 3. An Animal Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship (VCR) statement on entry form must be signed or presented upon arrival at the exhibition. 4. All equine animals must test negative for EIA by an official test within 12 months prior to the opening date of the exhibition. Laboratory test results must accompany each animal to its final destination (copy is acceptable). Foals less than six months of age accompanied by a dam which meets the above requirements ar exempt from EIA testing requirements. If the foal is not accompanied by a dam, a copy of the dam’s test results must accompany the foal to its final destination. 5. A current rabies vaccination administered by a licensed veterinarian is required for animals three months of age or older. PENNSYLVANIA CATTLE REQUIREMENTS 1. A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued after May 1, 2017 is required. 2. All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases. 3. An Animal Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship (VCR) statement on entry form must be signed or presented upon arrival at the exhibition. 4. Individual official animal identification is required. Official ID will have a US shield and includes: • A USDA-issued National Uniform Eartagging System (NUES) tag; or • A 15-digit Animal Identification Number eartag starting with "840"; or • Other official identification approved by USDA. (Brands and breed registrations with tattoos are NOT acceptable.). 5. A current rabies vaccination administered by a licensed veterinarian is RECOMMENDED for animals three months of age or older (market cattle are exempt). All label directions must be followed and all rabies vaccination information must be included on the CVI. 6. OTHER VACCINATION RECCOMMENDATIONS: It is highly recommended that all cattle entering the shows be

immunized against IBR,P13,BVD,and BRSV. It is strongly recommended that at least one vaccination against IBR,P13,BVD,& BRSV be given within the 12 months prior to the date of the show, following label directions for administering. If the Bovi-Shield Gold One Shot is used on market animals it MUST be administered at least 21 days before our sale date. If given, this information should also be included on the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection. (CVI).

PENNSYLVANIA GOAT REQUIREMENTS 1. A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued after May 1, 2017 is required. 2. All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases. 3. An Animal Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship (VCR) statement on entry form must be signed or presented upon arrival at the exhibition. 4. Individual official animal identification is required. Official ID includes: • A USDA ear tag with a US shield; or • A legible tattoo with herd and individual identification recognized in an approved USDA scrapie database; or • Goats having a breed registration tattoo and accompanied by a registration certificate are exempt from the scrapie ID requirement if the tattoo is legible and a registration certificate listing the current owner (copy acceptable) accompanies the animal at all times during transport from the premises of origin. PENNSYLVANIA SHEEP REQUIREMENTS 1. A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued after May 1, 2017 is required. 2. All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases. 3. An Animal Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship (VCR) statement on entry form must be signed or presented upon arrival at the exhibition. 4. Individual official USDA scrapie animal identification is required. Official scrapie ID includes: • A USDA eartag with a US shield; or • A legible tattoo with herd and individual identification recognized in an approved USDA scrapie database; or - 16 -

• Sheep having a breed registration tattoo and accompanied by a registration certificate are exempt from the scrapie ID requirement if the tattoo is legible and a registration certificate listing the current owner (copy acceptable) accompanies the animal at all times during transport from the premises of origin. 5. It is recommended that a current rabies vaccination be administered by a licensed veterinarian for animals 3 months of age and older (market sheep are exempt). PENNSYLVANIA SWINE REQUIREMENTS 1. A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued after May 1, 2017 is required. 2. All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases. 3. An Animal Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship (VCR) statement on entry form must be signed or presented upon arrival at the exhibition. 4. Individual official animal identification is required. Official ID includes: • A herd tattoo, in combination with an ear notch; or • A USDA-issued metal ear tag with US shield; or • An ISO-compliant 15-digit eartag (including RFID) starting with "840" ; or • A plastic stamped ear tag (market hogs only) PENNSYLVANIA POULTRY, INCLUDING CHICKENS, TURKEYS, WATERFOWL, UPLAND GAME BIRDS, RATITES, PIGEONS/DOVES, AND HATCHING EGGS 1. All Pennsylvania poultry, including chickens, turkeys, waterfowl, and upland game birds entering an exhibition must bear an official PDA-issued leg band. Ratites must be identified with a neck band or an electronic implant device (the exhibitor must supply a reader). Pigeons and doves must bear a unique individual leg band but do not have to be identified with an official PDA leg band. 2. An Owner-endorsed Poultry Health Certificate or a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (health certificate) must accompany all Pennsylvania poultry, including chickens, turkeys, waterfowl, upland game birds, ratites, and pigeons/doves; and hatching eggs. The certificate must include the following:: • Name and location of exhibition; and • Name, address, and telephone number of the Owner; and • A statement that their entries and their flock or origin are free of evidence of contagious diseases; and • Owner signature and date of that signature 3. An Animal Owner or Caretaker's Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship statement on entry form must be signed and presented upon arrival at the exhibition. 4. All animals must be free of infections and contagious disease. 5. Poultry owners or caretakers should register the premises where their flocks are located with the Department. Call 717-836-3235 for premise registration. 6. Avian Influenza Clean Testing and Verification (all samples must be collected by a Certified Poultry Technician or a Category II Accredited Veterinarian. • All poultry, including chickens, turkeys, waterfowl, upland game birds, ratites (pigeons/doves excluded), and their hatching eggs for exhibition must originate from a flock in which a random, representative sample of a minimum 30 birds, 3 weeks of age or older, were tested for avian influenza within the 30 days prior to opening date of the exhibition. The birds or hatching eggs must be accompanied by the most recent test report (copy acceptable). Test results must be negative. If there are fewer than 30 birds in the flock, test all birds. For waterfowl, cloacal swab samples must be collected for testing using PCR techniques. Swabs from geese and ducks may not be combined in a tube for testing. Birds shall not be comingled with untested or AI-positive birds

after negative samples have been collected and before the show. 7. Pullorum-Typhoid Clean Testing and Verification (pigeons and waterfowl excluded) - All samples must be collected by Certified Poultry Techinician or Category II Accredited Veterinarian. • Poultry, including chickens, turkeys, upland game birds, and ratites (waterfowl excluded), and their hatching eggs must originate from a flock in good standing in the NPIP Pullorum-Typhoid Clean Program or from a flock in good standng in the PA Pullorum Equivalent program (and there was no break in the chain of ownership by NPIP participants) or from a flock in good stand standing on the PA Pullorum Equivalent Program. The birds or hatching eggs must be accompanied by the most recent negative test report (copy acceptable). If birds are less than one year of age and originate from an NPIP Clean hatchery, they do not have to be tested for pullorumtyphoid if they are accompanied by an NPIP 9-3 form from that hatchery and any additions to the flock were also from NPIP Clean sources. The NPIP number must be noted on the report for NPIP Pullorum-typhoid Clean flocks; OR • All individual birds (pigeons/doves and waterfowl excluded) for exhibition (maximum of 300) must have had a negative pullorum-typhoid test within the 90 days prior to the opening date of exhibition. The birds must be accompanied by the negative test report, or state equivalent for the rapid test (copy acceptable). The following age restrictions apply to comply with NPIP standards: • Chickens shall be tested at 4 months of age or older. • Turkeys shall be tested at 12 weeks of age or older. • Game birds shall be tested at 4 months of age or older, or upon sexual maturity, whichever comes first. • Ratites shall be tested at 12 months of age or older. • All birds not meeting these age restrictions at the time of sampling are exempt from Pullorum testing.

DOGS FOR EXHIBITION REQUIREMENTS 1. All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases. 2. A current rabies vaccination is required for all exhibition dogs three months of age or older. All vaccine label directions must be followed. 3. All rabies-vaccinated dogs must be accompanied by a rabies vaccination certificate. The certificate must contain legible name, contact information, and signature of the veterinarian who administered the vaccine. A copy is acceptable. 4. An Animal Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship statement for the animals being exhibited must be included on the fair registration form.

5. NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED IN THE BARN AREA UNLESS THEY ARE REQUIRED OR TRAINING SERVICE DOGS.

This is a safety precaution as many cattle and sheep are trained with dogs and respond to their presence in a manner that may not be best for the safety of the fairgoers who are unaware of their response.

PENNSYLVANIA RABBITS REQUIREMENTS 1. A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) issued after May 1, 2017 is required. 2. All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases. 3. An Animal Owner or Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinary Consultation Relationship (VCR) statement on entry form must be signed or presented upon arrival at the exhibition. - 17 -

EXHIBITORS SHOULD REFER TO GENERAL RULES AND SPECIFIC & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION LISTED IN EACH DEPARTMENT

IAFE (International Association of Fairs & Expositions) National Code of Show Ring Ethics Exhibitors of animals at livestock shows shall at all times deport themselves with honest and good sportsmanship. Their conduct in this competitive environment shall always reflect the highest standards of honor and dignity to promote the advancement of agricultural education.This code applies to junior as well as open class exhibitors who compete in structured classes of competition. This code applies to all livestock offered in any event at a livestock show. In addition to the "IAFE National Code of Show Ethics", fairs and livestock shows may have rules and regulations which they impose on the local, county, state, provincial and national levels. All youth leaders working with junior exhibitors are under an affirmative responsibility to do more than avoid improper conduct or questionable acts. Their moral values me be so certain and positive that those younger and more pliable will be influenced by their fine example. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers and absolutely responsible persons who violate the code of ethics will forfeit premiums, awards and auction proceeds and shall be prohibited from future exhibition in accordance with the rules adopted by the respective fairs and livestock shows. Exhibitors who violate this code of ethics demean the integrity of all livestock exhibitors and should be prohibited from competition at all livestock shows in the United States and Canada. The following is a list of guidelines for all exhibitors and all livestock in competitive events: 1. All exhibitors must be present, upon request of fair and livestock officials, proof of ownership, length of ownership of all animals entered. Misrepresentation of ownership, age or any facts relating thereto is prohibited. 2. Owners, exhibitors, fitters, trainers or absolutely responsible persons shall provide animal health certificates from licensed veterinarians upon request by fair or livestock show officials. 3. Junior exhibitors are expected to care for and groom their animals while at fair or livestock shows. 4. Animals shall be presented to show events where they will enter the food chain free of drugs. The act of entering an animal in a livestock show is the giving of consent by the Owner, Exhibitor, Fitter, Trainer, or Responsible person for show management to obtain specimens of urine, saliva, blood or other substances from the animal to be used in testing. Animals not entered in an event which culminates with the animal entering the food chain shall not be administered drugs other than in accordance with applicable federal, state and provincial statutes, regulations and rules. Livestock shall not be exhibited if the drugs administered in accordance with federal, state and provincial statutes, regulations, and rules affect the animal's performance or appearance at the event. If the laboratory report on the chemical analysis of saliva, urine, blood or other sample taken from livestock indicates the presence of forbidden drugs or medication, this shall be prima facie evidence such substance has been administered to the animal either internally or externally. It is presumed that the sample of urine, saliva, blood or other substance tested by the approved laboratory to which it is sent is the one taken from the animal in question, its integrity is preserved and all procedures of said collection and preservation, transfer to the laboratory and analysis of the sample are correct and accurate and the report received from the laboratory pertains to the sample taken from the animal in question and correctly reflects the condition of the animal at the time the sample was taken, with the burden on the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or responsible person to prove otherwise at any hearing in regard to the matter conducted by the fair or livestock show. At any time after an animal arrives at the fair or livestock show premises, all treatments involving the use of drugs and/or medications shall be administered by a licensed veterinarian. 5. Any surgical procedure or injection of any foreign substance or drug or the external application of any substance (irritant, counterirritant, or similar substance) which could affect the animal's performance or alter its natural contour, confirmation or appearance, except external applications of substances to the hoofs or horns of animals which affect appearance only and except for surgical procedures performed by a duly licensed veterinarian for the sole purpose of protecting the health of the animal, is prohibited. 6. The use of showing and/or handling practices or devices such as striking animals to cause swelling using electrical contrivance or other similar practices are not acceptable and are prohibited. 7. Direct criticism or interference with the Judge, Fair or livestock show management, other exhibitors, breed representatives or show officials before, during or after the competitive event is prohibited. In the furtherance of their official duty, all judges, fair and livestock show management or other show officials shall be treated with courtesy, cooperation and respect and no person shall direct abusive or threatening conduct toward them. 8. No owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or responsible person shall conspire with another person or persons to intentionally violate this code of ethic or knowingly contribute or cooperate with another person or persons either by affirmative action or inaction to violate this code of ethics. Violation of this rule shall subject such individual to disciplinary action. 9. The application of this code of ethics provides for absolute responsibility for an animal's condition by an owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer or participant whether or not he or she was actually instrumental in or had any knowledge of the treatment of the animal in contravention of this code of ethics. 10. The act of entering an animal is the giving of consent by the owner, exhibitor, fitter, trainer, or responsible person to have any disciplinary action taken by the Fair or Livestock Show against such individuals published in any publication of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, including Fairs and Expositions and any special notices to members. 11. The act of entering an animal in a Fair or Livestock show is the giving of verification by the Owner, Exhibitor, Fitter, Trainer or responsible person that he or she has read the IAFE National Code of Show Ring Ethics and understands the consequences of and penalties provided for actions prohibited by the Code. It is further a consent that any action which contravenes these rules and is also in violation of federal, state or provincial statutes, regulations or rules may be released to appropriate law enforcements authorities with jurisdiction over such infractions. ALL LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS MUST AGREE TO THE IAFE CODE OF ETHICS AND INDICATE SAME BY THEIR SIGNATURE ON THE ENTRY FORM. - 18 -

2016 GDS JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SUPPORTERS Aleckna Farms A Top Cleaning Service Robert Barsanti Mr. Richard Box Carbondale Veterinary Hospital Lori & Dan Carney Dexter Construction Company Dirlam Bros/Shaffers Hardware Dutch's Market Grimm Construction Gross Family Dairy Hauenstein Construction John Heraghty Honesdale National Bank Honesdale Spreading Mrs. Colleen Hook Hook Well Drilling Hickory Ridge Farms K&B Construction James Keating Excavation Keating's Ice Cream Dawn & Carroll Krautter Lee's Lawn Care Donna MacDonald Marshall Machinery Matt's Garage Mt. Cobb Farm Narrowsburg Feed & Grain Paul's Custom Butchering Bernard Peterka Pioneer Construction Steep Hill Dairy Stone Valley Farm Swing Valley Farm Swingle Construction Wayne-Pike Farm Bureau Weist Transportation Windfall Farm Pat Zeveny Zeiler-Caruth Quality Meats

GRAND CHAMPION STEER PETE KEATING BUYER: KEATING ICE CREAM

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION STEER DOMINIC KNECHT BUYER: ALECKNA FARMS

GRAND CHAMPION SWINE KAYLA JONAS BUYER: PIONEER CONSTRUCTION

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION SWINE MAKAYLA STONE BUYER: HOOK WELL DRILLING

GRAND CHAMPION LAMB MAKAYLA STONE BUYER: HONESDALE NATIONAL BANK

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION LAMB MATTHEW STONE BUYER: K&B CONSTRUCTION

GRAND CHAMPION GOAT ZOE BUCKINGHAM BUYER: ROBERT BARSANTI RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION GOAT RYLEE WARNOCK BUYER: PIONEER CONSTRUCTION

Thanks to everyone for their support of the 2016 auction! The Livestock Auction assists young people by supporting their interests in animal production. Anyone interested in the 2017 auction can get information by contacting the Fair office at (570) 676-4047 or Jeanette Swingle at (570) 698-6359. - 19 -

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AWARDS SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Exhibitors who maintain the most attractive and sanitary exhibits will be eligible for special daily premiums. 2. All exhibits will be scored on the following basis: POINTS • Cleanliness of animals.............................................................................15 • Cleanliness of bedding............................................................................15 • Entry Card & Ribbons Won properly displayed with animal...........20 • Keeping grain and hay feed presentable..............................................10 • Keeping all equipment sanitary and neat............................................10 • Keeping aisles clean.................................................................................15 • Courtesy to people...................................................................................15 TOTAL: 100 Exhibitors will be judged on attitude, dress and deportment. 3. Inspection to be unannounced, any day. Scoring will be posted on Sunday.

Premiums

DAILY: 1st - $5.00 CUMULATIVE: 1st -$25.00

2nd - $4.00 2nd - $20.00

Dept 2, Section 2 - DairY Cattle Class:

01 02

Good Housekeeping, Daily Good Housekeeping, Cumulative

Dept 3, Section 4 - Beef Cattle Class:

01 02

Good Housekeeping, Daily Good Housekeeping, Cumulative

Dept 4, Section 3 - Sheep Class:

01 02

Good Housekeeping, Daily Good Housekeeping, Cumulative

Dept 5, Section 3 - Swine Class:

01 02

Good Housekeeping, Daily Good Housekeeping, Cumulative

Dept 6, Section 3 - Goats Class:

01 02

Good Housekeeping, Daily Good Housekeeping, Cumulative

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3rd - $3.00 3rd - $15.00

4th - $2.00 4th - $10.00

5th - $1.00 5th - $5.00

Department 2 & 3 Dairy Cattle & Beef Cattle SPECIAL INFORMATION:

1. General Rules and Health Rules apply. Entries must be received 2 weeks prior to the fair and mailed to the address indicated on the Livestock Entry Form. Entry Forms must be completed and both the IAFE & VCR portions signed. A copy of Certificate of Registration to ensure eligibility in any class must be shown upon entry, before unloading, and kept on the fairgrounds & available for inspection as long as the animal is on the property. 2. All Exhibitors must have health charts presented before unloading. 3. Health charts, physical conditions, and alterations will be checked by appointed committeee; and until said requirements are approved, the animals will not be unloaded. 4. Exhibitors must have all animals on the fairgrounds at the appropriate times. Any other arrangements MUST be cleared by Mrs. Swingle (see Judging Schedule for time and date). 5. Exhibitors of livestock will be expected to display or parade their animals as directed by the Superintendent and to accept the stall assigned without controversy; to keep their animals in an attractive appearance, and to cooperate with Department officials in every way that may serve to increase the educational value of the show. When on exhibition in the ring, each animal must be under the halter and in charge of owner or owner’s representative. 6. It is the responsibility of the Exhibitor to know the Judging Schedule. Stock must be in the ring promptly on call and a failure to comply with the order renders Exhibitors liable to be ruled out of competing. 7. The Exhibitors will be expected to keep the space they occupy in a clean and sanitary condition and to remove all their equipment promptly as the Superintendent may direct. No clipping of animals inside the barn. 8. Decorations with ribbons or ornaments previously won by animals at shows shall be prohibited until after the awards have been made in their respective classes by the judge. 9. Ropes must be provided by Exhibitors to tie animals to tie rails. 10. Exhibitors must furnish their own roughage and grain. No silage will be fed to animals. No feeding of animals during a show. Hay & Feed need to be stored safely. Equipment is to be stored neatly where designated by Livestock Committee. 11. Milking equipment will be available for use by the Exhibitors courtesy of Ed Fritsch, Honesdale, and the Greene-Dreher-Sterling Fair. 12. If there are any problems, complaints, suggestions, etc..., please contact the Department Head, a member of the Livestock Committee or Mrs. Swingle. 13. A merit award of $10 per Exhibitor will be given if no other premiums are awarded. 14. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and sign the verification on the reverse side of the Entry Form. 15. Be sure to use only grooming products that are approved for use on meat and dairy animals when fitting your animals for show. Unapproved products may contain ingredients that result in unacceptable residues in the meat or milk. If you are not certain that a produce is residue safe and approved for use on meat or dairy animals, do not use it! **Important** If upon slaughter, treatment with drugs, biologics, or any chemical

from fitting products is the cause of condemnation of a carcass, the loss of the carcass and any other damages will be borne by the Exhibitor. 16. For more information or assistance, contact: Department 2 - Jeanette and George Swingle at 570-698-6359 Department 3 - Dave DeFrehn at 570-676-0385

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Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Enter tag # for all listed breeds. A = Ayrshire J = Jersey B = Brown Swiss M = Milking Shorthorn G = Guernsey RW= Red & White Holstein H = Holstein

SECTION 1 - OPEN CLASSES Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05

Premiums: Class:

06 07 08

Premiums: Class:

09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Premiums: Class:

17 18

Premiums: Class:

19 20 21

Premiums: Class:

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Premiums: Class:

32

Premiums: Class:

33 34 35 36 37

1st - $15.00

2nd - $12.00

3rd - $9.00

4th - $6.00

5th - $3.00

Bull Calf, Sept. 1 of last year to May 1 of this year Junior Yearling Bull, Mar 1 of last year to Aug 31 of last year Senior Yearling Bull, Sept 1 of prior year to Feb 28 of last year Grand Champion Bull Reserve Grand Champion Bull 1st - $10.00

2nd - $9.00

3rd - $8.00

4th - $7.00

5th - $5.00

Junior Heifer Calf, born between Mar 1 & May 31 of this year Intermediate Heifer Calf, born between Dec 1 last year & Feb 28 of this year Senior Calf, born between Sept 1 & Nov 30 of last year 1st - $20.00

2nd - $18.00

3rd - $16.00

4th - $14.00

5th - $12.00

Summer Yearling Heifer, born between June 1 & Aug 31 of last year Junior Yearling, born between Mar 1 & May 31 of last year Intermediate Yearling, born between Dec 1 of 2 years prior & Feb 28 of last year Senior Yearling, born between Sept 1 & Nov 30 of 2 years prior Junior Champion Female Reserve Junior Champion Female Junior Get-of-Sire (3 animals under 2 years of age, all sired by the same bull and all need not be from the same herd) Junior Best of 3 Females (all senior yearlings & younger, bred & owned by the Exhibitor) 1st - $25.00

2nd - $23.00

3rd - $20.00

4th - $17.00

5th - $15.00

3rd - $24.00

4th - $21.00

5th - $18.00

Dry cow, 3 years and under 5 Dry cow, 5 years and older 1st - $30.00

2nd - $27.00

Junior Fresh, in milk, born after Dec 1 of 2 years prior Junior Non-Fresh, born between Mar 1 & Aug 31 of 2 years prior Senior 2-year Cow, born between Sept 1 of 3 years prior and Feb 28 of 2 years prior 1st - $35.00

2nd - $32.00

3rd - $28.00

4th - $24.00

5th - $21.00

Junior 3-Year Cow, born between Mar 1 & Aug 31 of 3 years prior Senior 3-Year Cow, born between Sept 1 of 4 years prior & Feb 28 of 3 years prior 4-Year Cow, between Sept 1 of 5 years prior & Aug 31 of 4 years prior 5-Year Cow, between Sept 1 of 6 years prior & Aug 31 of 5 years prior 6-Year Cow, born before Sept 1 of 6 years prior 8-Year Cow, born before Sept 1 of 8 years prior Senior Champion Female Reserve Senior Champion Female Grand Champion Female Reserve Grand Champion Female 1st - $15.00

2nd - $10.00

Cow in milk, judged on udder alone 1st - $30.00

2nd - $25.00

3rd - $20.00

4th - $15.00

5th - $10.00

Senior Get-of-Sire (3 animals 2 years or over; need not all be from one herd. No more than 1 Bull) Best 3 Females, any age bred and owned by same Exhibitor Dairy Herd (3 cows that have freshened, all owned by the same Exhibitor) Produce of Dam (2 animals, any age, any sex, the produce of one cow; need not be owned by Exhibitor) Dam and Daughter (any age; need not be owned by the same Exhibitor) - 22 -

DEPARTMENT 2, SECTION 1

DEPARTMENT 2 DAIRY CATTLE

DEPARTMENT 3, SECTION 1

DEPARTMENT 3 BEEF CATTLE Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Use the breed/tag# space for xbred specification or tag # for all listed breeds. A = Angus R = Red Angus C = Charolais S = Simmental H = Hereford X = Crossbred (classed by sire) M = Maintainer

SECTION 1 - OPEN BEEF CATTLE Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07

Premiums: Class:

08 09 10 11 12 13

Premiums:





Class:

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Premiums: Class:

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Premiums: Class:

30 31 32 33

1st - $18.00

2nd - $16.00

3rd - $12.00

4th - $8.00

5th - $6.00

Junior Bull Calf - calved after Jan 1 of this year Senior Bull Calf - calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31 of last year Summer Yearling Bull - calved between May 1 & Aug 31 of last year Junior Yearling Bull - calved between Jan 1 & April 30 of last year Senior Yearling Bull - calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31 of 2 years prior Junior Champion Bull Reserve Junior Champion Bull 1st - $20.00

2nd - $15.00

3rd - $12.00

4th - $10.00

5th - $5.00

2-Year Bull - calved between Jan 1 & Aug 31 of 2 years prior Senior Champion Bull - 1st Place Bull Competing Reserve Senior Champion Bull - 1st & 2nd Bulls to Champion Grand Champion Bull Reserve Grand Champion Bull Two Bulls, owned by one Exhibitor

1st - $18.00

2nd - $16.00

3rd - $12.00

4th - $8.00

5th - $6.00

Junior Heifer Calf - calved after May 1 of this year Intermediate Heifer Calf - calved between Jan 1 & April 30 of this year Senior Heifer Calf - calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31 of last year Summer Yearling Heifer - calved between May 1 & Aug 31 of last year Junior Yearling Heifer - calved between Jan 1 & April 30 of last year Senior Yearling Heifer - calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31 of 2 years prior Junior Champion Heifer Reserve Junior Champion Heifer 1st - $20.00

2nd - $15.00

3rd - $12.00

4th - $10.00

5th - $5.00

2-Year Old Heifer - calved between Jan 1 & Aug 31 of 2 years prior Aged Cow, 3 Years - born 3 years prior Aged Cow, 4 Years & older NEW Senior Champion Female Reserve Senior Champion Female Grand Champion Female Reserve Grand Champion Female Cow/Calf - Cow shown with Calf (must nurse in the ring)

1st - $20.00

2nd - $18.00

3rd - $15.00

Get-of-Sire Junior Get-of-Sire (3 animals, both sexes represented) Sumpreme Champion Female Sumpreme Champion Male

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4th - $12.00

5th - $10.00

NEW

* Dairy Breeds are allowed in Market Class (feeder steer & market steer only) * MUST list specific breed in E = OTHER Specific weight classes will be determined upon weighing in

** Dairy Breeds Judged Separately ** Premiums: Class:

01

Premiums: Class:

02 03 04 05

1st - $16.00

2nd - $12.00

3rd - $10.00

4th - $8.00

5th - $6.00

3rd - $12.00

4th - $10.00

5th - $8.00

DEPT 3, SEC 2

SECTION 2 - OPEN CLASS MARKET STEERS

Light Weight, 800 to 1000 lbs. 1st - $18.00

2nd - $14.00

Medium Weight, 1001 to 1200 lbs Heavy Weight, 1201 lbs & over Grand Champion Reserve Grand Champion

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Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07

1st - $12.00

2nd - $11.00

3rd - $10.00

4th - $9.00

Feeder Steer, 300 to 400 lbs Feeder Steer, 401 to 500 lbs Feeder Steer, 501 to 600 lbs Feeder Heifer, 300 to 400 lbs Feeder Heifer, 401 to 500 lbs Feeder Heifer, 501 to 600 lbs Supreme Champion Feeder

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5th - $8.00

DEPT 3, SEC 3

SECTION 3 - FEEDER STEERS AND HEIFERS

DEPARTMENT 4 DEPARTMENT 4 - SHEEP SHEEP 4 DEPARTMENT SHEEP SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. General Rules and Health Rules apply. Entries must be received 2 weeks prior to the fair and mailed to the address on the Livestock Entry Form. Exceptions must be cleared by Mrs. Swingle. 2. Any animal of unthrifty nature, unsuitable condition, or which cannot be satisfactorily handled under show conditions must be removed from the fairgrounds. The Sheep Department Head reserves the right to reject any animal which in his judgment is not suitable for exhibition. Sheep infected with ticks, showing an unthrifty condition; or not cleaned properly for the show will be rejected. 3. Health Certificates and Registration papers must accompany all animals upon entry to the fairgrounds and be available for examination as long as the animal is on the grounds. 4. The Exhibitor is defined as the owner or the name as it exactly appears on the registration papers. 5. All breeding animals must be registered with an association. Entry forms for animals with registration pending will be accepted; however, certificate indicating such is required on arrival at fair. 6. Lambs shown in breeding classes cannot be shown in market classes and vice-versa. 7. If an Exhibitor is personally unable to tend to their animals during the fair, he/she must inform the Department Head of that fact and submit the name of the person whom shall be responsible in their absence. Failure to do so will forfeit all or part of the premiums and could result in removal of the exhibit entries from the fair. 8. If it is the opinion of the judge that an animal is not deserving of an award, it will be placed at the discretion of the judge. The judge’s decision is final. 9. The Sheep Department Head will appoint Open & Youth Committees to enforce rules and settle disputes which might arise. 10. All sheep must be sheared in back of barn, not in aisles. 11. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and sign the verification on the reverse side of the entry form. Dave DeFrehn at 570-647-5451 12. For more information or assistance, contact: Donna Weist at 570-253-4834

Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Use the breed/tag # space to specify "other". Enter tag # for all listed breeds.

Use the following key to locate the proper class number for the breed of your animal. Note: also list the name on the entry form. Abreed = Cheviot E = Shropshire

B = Dorset A = Tunis B = Dorset C = Commercial

DEPARTMENT 4, SECTION 1

D = Hampshire

Premiums: Premiums: A Class: 4001 01 4007 02 03 4013 04 4019 05 Premiums: 06 07 A08 Class: 4110 09 4025 10 11 Premiums: 12 A13 14 Class: 4031 15 4037 16 4043 17 4049 18 4055 19 20

F = Suffolk C = Hampshire D = Shropshire G = Texel

E = Suffolk F = Other (By Breed)

H = Other (MUST list breed)

Section Breeding SHEEP Sheep SECTION 1 1 -- BREEDING

1st - $12.00 2nd - $10.00 3rd - $9.00 4th - $8.00 5th - $7.00 1st - $12.00 2nd - $10.00 3rd - $9.00 4th - $8.00 5th - $7.00 B C D E F 4002 4003and under 4004 2 years 4005 4006 Ram, 1 year and under 2 years Ram, 1 year 4008 4009Lamb, 4010 4011 Jan4012 Senior Ram born before 1 of this Senior year ram lamb, born before Jan. 1 of this year 4014 4015Lamb, 4016 4017Jan 14018 Junior ram lamb, born after Jan. 1 of this year Junior Ram born after of this year Two Ram Lambs4022 4020 4021 4023 4024 Two ram lambs Champion Ram Reserve Champion Ram Ribbon or Rosette Ewe, 2 years and under 4 years B 1 year C and under D 2 years E F Ewe, 4111 4112 4113 4114 4115 Ram Senior Ewe Lamb, born before Jan 1 of this Champion year 4026 4027 4029Jan 14030 Reserve Champion Ram Junior Ewe Lamb,4028 born after of this year Two Ewe Lambs 1st - $12.00 2nd - $10.00 3rd - $9.00 4th - $8.00 5th - $7.00 Champion Ewe Reserve Champion Ewe B C D E F Pen of Lambs (2 ram lambs & 2 ewe lambs, owned by one Exhibitor) 4032 4033 4034 4035 4036 Ewe, 2 years and under 4 years Breeders Young Flock (1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs; bred & owned by Exhibitor) 4038 4039 4040 4041 4042 1 year and under 2 years Flock (1 ram any age; 2 ewes - one year & under 2Ewe, years (yearling); and 2 ewes under one year (lambs); all must be owned by Exhibitor) 4044 4045 4046 4047 4048 Senior born Jan. of thisbyyear Get of Sire (4 breeding animals, any age or sex and the ewe get oflamb, one sire. Getbefore need not be 1owned Exhibitor) 4050 4052 4053 Junior ewe lamb, born after Jan. 1 of this year Ewe and4051 Offspring (ewe and lamb(s)4054 of one lambing) 4056 4058Ram4059 4060 Two ewe lambs Supreme4057 Champion Supreme Champion Ewe - 25 -

Supreme Champion Ewe

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SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. All market lambs must be weighed on the same set of scales under a qualified weighmaster at the discretion of the fair. 2. Classes will be determined after weigh-in. The number of classes will be determined by the number of entries and weight ranges as the department sees fit. 3. Slick shearing of meat lambs is encouraged at least 5 days before showing, but CANNOT be done after weigh-in. Premiums: Class:

1st - $12.00

01 02 03 04 05

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $9.00

4th - $8.00

5th - $7.00

Light Weight Medium Weight Heavy Weight Grand Champion Market Lamb Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb

1. General Rules and Health Rules apply. Entries must be received 2 weeks prior to the fair and mailed to the address on the Livestock Entry Form. Exceptions must be cleared by Mrs. Swingle. 2. Any animal of unthrifty nature, unsuitable condition, or which cannot be satisfactorily handled under show conditions must be removed from the fairgrounds. 3. If it is the opinion of the judge that an animal is not deserving of an award, it will be placed at the discretion of the judge. The judge’s decision is final. 4. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and sign the verification on the reverse side of the Entry Form. 5. No straw in pig pens. 6. For more information or assistance, contact: Carla or Olivia Keating at 570-689-2047

UseUse thethe following classthe number your class for on the thebreed Livestock Entry Form. followingkey keyand to locate properas class number of your animal. Use the breed/tag # space to specify "other". Enter tag # or all listed breeds. NOTE: please list the breed name on the entry form. A = Berkshi re B = Chester White

C = Du roc D = Hampshi re

E = Poland China F = Spotted Swine

G = Yorkshire H = Other (by b reed)

Section 1 - Breeding Swine Premiums: A 5000 5001

All Breeds Class:

1st - $12.00 B 5003 5004

3rd - $9.00

4th - $7.00

5th - $6.00

the GDS Fair is not accepting breeding swine this year.

Premiums:

5002

2nd - $10.00

C D E F G H 5006 5012 concerns 5015 5018the 5021 Boar farrowed on or after 1/1/2013 Due 5009 to current for future of thepigswine industry, 5007 5010 5013 5016 5019 5022 Sow pig farrowed on or after 1/1/2013 1st - $15.00

2nd - $12.00

3rd - $10.00

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SECTION 2 - MARKET CLASS Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 06

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $9.00

4th - $7.00

Light Weight Swine Medium Weight Swine Heavy Weight Swine Grand Champion Swine Reserve Grand Champion Swine

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5th - $6.00

Department 5

SPECIAL INFORMATION:

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DEPARTMENT 5 DEPARTMENT 5 SWINE SWINE

Class:

DEPT. 4, SEC 2

Section 2 - Open Class Market Lambs

DEPARTMENT 6 GOATS SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. General Rules and Health Rules apply. Entries must be received 2 weeks prior to the fair and mailed to the address indicated on the Livestock Entry Form. Exceptions must be cleared by Mrs. Swingle. 2. Any animal of unthrifty nature, unsuitable condition, or which cannot be satisfactorily handled under show conditions must be removed from the fairgrounds. 3. If it is the opinion of the judge that an animal is not deserving of an award, it will be placed at the discretion of the judge. The judge's decision is final. 4. Only breeds recognized by the American Dairy Goat Association will be accepted. 5. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and sign the verification on the reverse side of the Entry Form. 6. For more information or assistance, contact: Donna Weist - 570-253-4834 Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Use the breed/tag# space to specify "other". Enter tag # for all listed breeds. A= Alpine D = La Mancha G = Others (enter breed) B = Nubian E = Grades C = Toggenburg F = Recorded Grades

SECTION 1 - DAIRY GOATS Premiums:



Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $9.00

4th - $8.00

5th - $7.00

Doe kid, under 5 months Doe kid, 5 months old to 1 year old Doe, 1 year old and under 2, not in milk Junior Champion Doe Reserve Junior Champion Doe Doe, 1 year old and under 2, in milk Doe, 2 years old and under 3 Doe, 3 years old and under 5 Doe, 5 years old and under 7 Doe, 7 years old and over Senior Champion Doe Reserve Senior Champion Doe Grand Champion Doe Reserve Grand Champion Doe Get-of-Sire (3 doe from a particular sire) Produce of Dam (2 doe, the produce of one dam) Dam & Daughter Milking Herd, 3 female milking animals Best Udder in Show

SECTION 2 - OPEN MARKET MEAT GOATS

DEPARTMENT 6

1. A total of two (2) meat goats can be entered. They must be entered 2 weeks prior to the Fair. For more information and assistance, contact Donna Weist at 570-253-4834. Only 4H & Youth entries may be sold at GDS Junior Livestock Sale. 2. A minimum weight of 60 pounds, max of 110 is requested. 3. All entries for Market Sale must be from Pike, Wayne, or Lackawanna County. 4. Meat goats shall be free of infectious and/or transmittable diseases. A health certificate and proof of all required testing must be provided before the animal enters the fairgrounds. 5. All meat goats should be Boer, Boer X or any acceptable meat goat cross. Males must be castrated and should be de-horned for the safety of the Exhibitor. Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $9.00

4th - $7.00

Light Weight Market Goat Medium Weight Market Goat Heay Weight Market Goat Grand Champion Market Goat Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat

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5th - $5.00

DEPARTMENT 8 POULTRY & EGGS SPECIAL INFORMATION:

1. General Rules (refer to Page 14) also apply. Entry forms must be received 2 weeks prior to the fair and mailed to the address on the Livestock Entry Form. Exceptions must be cleared by Mrs. Swingle. POULTRY HEALTH CERTIFICATE now required. Contact Mrs. Swingle for form. 2. All entries of live poultry shall have a declaration or certificate from the Owner or Exhibitor that, to the best of his/her knowledge, the poultry entries and source flock(s) are free from any evidence of transmittable disease. The declaration or certificate shall contain the date of blood testing, name and address of the Owner or Exhibitor, name and location of show; also the number, breed, and species. All Health Certificates must be submitted to the Department Head on entry before unloading of birds. 3. Pennsylvania chickens must be from home flocks vaccinated for laryngotracheitis (LT) no more than 1 year, and no less than 30 days, before opening day of fair. LT BRUSH VACCINE MUST NEVER BE USED. Use vaccine for intranasal (in) or intraocular (io) administration only. 4. Since all birds returned from the show are potential sources of infection to other birds, they should be isolated immediately after they return, separate and apart from all other birds. This isolation should be maintained indefinitely, if possible, or at least until it has been established that the birds are not carriers of disease-producing agents as may be determined by exposure of a few susceptible birds to direct contact with them. 5. Questions on testing of poultry should be directed to Department of Agriculture, Poultry Health Division, 2301 North Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110. 6. Entries will be accepted and premiums paid only on breeds/varieties listed under the conditions noted. 7. Birds will be cared for by Fair personnel. 8. A limit of fifty (50) exhibits per family. If entries are limited by caging capacity, those entries received earliest will be accepted. 9. Exhibitors may not enter more than one entry per class for competition. 4-H poultry will not be judged in Department 8. All 4-H entries will be judged in Department 10 only. 10. All breeds and varieties of Bantams and Chickens will be accepted if officially recognized in the Poultry Standard of Perfection book. Competition is open to all producers. 11. Birds hatched before January 1 of this year will be classed as hens and cocks. Those hatched after that date will be classed as pullets and cockerels. 12. For more information or assistance, contact: Dave DeFrehn at 570-647-5451

A POULTRY HEALTH CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED AS PART OF THE LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM FOR POULTRY ENTRIES, INCLUDING CHICKENS, TURKEYS, WATERFOWL, UPLAND GAME BIRDS, AND RATITES AND THEIR HATCHING EGGS; AND PIGEONS/DOVES. CONTACT MRS. SWINGLE FOR THIS ADDITIONAL FORM.

SECTION 1 - BANTAMS Use the following key and class as your class number on the Livestock Entry Form

A = Cock

Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

1st - $5.00

B = Hen

2nd - $4.00

C = Cockerel

3rd - $3.00

Cochin, Barred Cochin, Black Cochin, Blue Cochin, Buff Cochin, Mottled Cochin, Red Cochin, Partridge Cochin, Gold Laced Wyandotte, Partridge Plymouth Rock, Buff Plymouth Rock, Columbian Plymouth Rock, Partridge Plymouth Rock, White Langshan, Black Langshan, White Cornish, Dark Rose Comb, Black Rhode Island Red, Rose Comb Rhode Island Red, Single Comb Leghorn, White, Single Comb Leghorn, Brown, Single Comb Leghorn, Buff Brahma, Buff Old English, Spangled Old English, Black Breasted Belgium, Porcelain Bearded Belgium, Quail New Hampshire Silkie, Non-Bearded White Silkie, Bearded White Silkie, Bearded Black Silkie, Bearded Blue Silkie, Bearded Buff Other (MUST be listed on Entry Form) - 28 -

4th - $2.00

D = Pullet

5th - $1.00

DEPARTMENT 8, SECTIONS 2-9

SECTION 2 - CHICKENS

SECTION 5 - GUINEAS

Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form

A = Cock

B = Hen

C = Cockerel

Premiums: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00, 4th - $3.00, 5th - $2.00

D = Pullet

Class:

Premiums: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th - $1.00 Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Leghorn, Buff Leghorn Brown, Single Comb Leghorn, White Leghorn, Light Brown, Rose Comb Andalusians, Blue Plymouth Rock, Barred Plymouth Rock, White Plymouth Rock, Buff Plymouth Rock, Colombian Plymouth Rock, Partridge Cochin, White Cochin, Black Cochin, Blue Cochin, Buff Cochin, Partridge Cochin, Brown Cochin, Golden Laced Cochin, Silver Laced Polish, White Crested, Buff Phoenix Langshan, Black Brahma, Light Jersey Giant, White Jersey Giant, Black New Hampshire Rhode Island Red, Single Comb Sussex, Speckled Wyandotte, Silver Laced Wyandotte, Partridge Wyandotte, White Wyandotte, Black Wyandotte, Colombian Wyandotte, Golden Laced Wyandotte, Silver Penciled Minorca, Black, Rose Comb Minorca, Black, Single Comb Others (MUST be listed on Entry Form)

Porcelain White Bronze Lavender Pearl

SECTION 6 - TURKEYS Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form

A = Old Tom

B = Old Hen

C = Young Tom

D = Young Hen

Premiums: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00, 4th - $3.00, 5th - $2.00 Class:

01 02

White Other (MUST be listed on Entry Form)

SECTION 7 - FOWL Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form

A = Cock

B = Hen

C = Cockerel

D = Pullet

Premiums: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00, 4th - $3.00, 5th - $2.00 Class:

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Pea Fowl

SECTION 3 - DUCKS

SECTION 8 - GAME BIRDS

Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form

Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form

A = Old Drake

B = Old Duck

C = Young Drake

D = Young Duck

Premiums: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th - $1.00 Class:

01 02 03 04

A = Cock

Muscovy Pekin, White Mallard Other (MUST be listed on Entry Form)

Class:

01 02 03

D = Pullet

01

Game Birds

Open to all Producers

Premiums: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.50, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.50, 5th - $1.00

C = Young Gander D = Young Goose

Premiums: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00, 4th - $3.00, 5th - $2.00 Class:

C = Cockerel

SECTION 9 - EGGS

Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form

A = Old Gander B = Old Goose

B = Hen

Premiums: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00, 4th - $3.00, 5th - $2.00

SECTION 4 - GEESE



01 02 03 04 05

Class:

Toulouse Canada Other (MUST be listed on Entry Form) - 29 -

01 02 03 04

One Dozen Brown Eggs, Large One Dozen Brown Eggs, Medium One Dozen White Eggs, Large One Dozen White Eggs, Medium

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Entry forms must be received 2 weeks prior to the fair and mailed to the address on the Livestock Entry Form. Animals must be entered at the appropriate time and place, any exceptions must be approved by Mr. DeFrehn or Mrs. Swingle. 2. NO RABBITS ARE TO BE SOLD ON THE FAIRGROUNDS. Any inquiry for sale shall be given to the rabbit owner to make contact. Fair Management assumes no responsibility for the sale or purchase of any rabbits. 3. All rabbits will be judged according to the latest standard of perfection of the American Rabbit Breeders Association. Proof of registration may be required. No rabbit will be judged in more than one class. 4. The latest rules of the American Rabbit Breeders Association will govern. 5. All rabbits must have a permanent ear tattoo. No rabbit will be accepted without a tattoo. 6. Senior classes are rabbits seven (7) months of age or older; Junior classes are rabbits less than seven (7) months of age. Female sex is listed as Doe and male sex is listed as Buck. 7. Only six (6) rabbits per address may be entered; however, the Fair Management reserves the right to reduce the number of entries if cooping facilities become full. 8. Any rabbit of unthrifty nature, unsuitable condition, or which shows any signs of illness must be removed from the fairgrounds. 9. No 4-H rabbit will be judged in Department 9 - they will be judged in Department 10 only. 10. For more information or assistance, contact: Dave DeFrehn at 570-647-5451

SECTION 1 - OPEN MEAT PENS Premiums: Class:

01

1st - $4.50

2nd - $3.50

3rd - $2.50

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

Meat Pens (2 rabbits: 59 days old or younger, weighing five (5) pounds or more)

SECTION 2 - OPEN BREED RABBITS Use the following key and the class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form

Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

1st - $3.00

A = Senior Doe

B = Senior Buck

C = Junior Doe

D = Junior Buck

2nd - $2.50

3rd - $2.00

4th - $1.50

5th - $1.00

Angora, English Angora, French Dutch Jersey, Wooley Lops, French Lops, Mini Lops, Holland Lops, Fuzzy Lops, English Mini Rex Netherlands Dwarf New Zealand, White New Zealand, Red Palomino, Golden Palomino, Lynz Rex Any other Breed (MUST be listed on Enty Form) Pets Doe with Litter

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DEPARTMENT 9

DEPARTMENT 9 RABBITS

DEPARTMENT 10 4-H AND YOUTH GROUPS STANDARDS FOR JUDGING SHOWMANSHIP APPEARANCE OF ANIMAL - 30 POINTS CLEANLINESS - 10 POINTS • The best fitted animals are always extremely clean. Hair and switch must be completely clean and free of stains. GROOMING - 10 POINTS • Hair properly groomed and hide soft and pliable. Hair dresser and powder should not be used in excess. Excessive manipulation of hair is undesirable; however, top lines may be blow dried and hair spray used to straighten top lines. CLIPPING - 5 POINTS • Final clipping should be done just before the show. Clipped and unclipped areas should be smoothly blended so clipper lines do not show. Head, neck, ears, tail, udder (for cows), and elsewhere clipped as needed. Front and rear legs should be clipped to give off greater flatness of bone and to remove stains. Withers are clipped to a sharp point to improve angularity. Body clipping is acceptable, but additional credit should not be given for professional clipping. Belly and udder should not be clipped on heifers that have not freshened and are not springing close. CONDITION & THRIFTINESS - 5 POINTS • NOTE: Younger children are expected to receive help. This, however, should not be excessive. A judge can tell if the grooming is age appropriate and will take this into consideration when scoring. Remember, this will affect your placement in the final scoring. APPEARANCE OF EXHIBITOR - 10 POINTS • Clothes and person should be neat and clean. An all-white uniform is required for 4H. The show harness or hat with entry number displayed will be considered part of the uniform and must be displayed while in the show ring, if available, and at the direction of the Dept. Heads.

DEPARTMENT 10

SHOWING THE ANIMAL - 60 POINTS LEADING - 25 POINTS • Enter leading the animal at a normal walk around the ring in a clockwise direction, walking opposite the head on the left side, holding lead strap with the right hand quite close to the halter with the strap neatly but naturally (not coiled) gathered in one or both hands. Holding close to the halter or with the hand inside the halter ensures a more secure control of the animal. • Animal should lead readily and respond quickly to the Exhibitor. It is the responsibility of the Exhibitor to respond quickly with the animal to the signs given by the judge. • The halter should be of the right type for showing, fitting properly and placed correctly on the animal. Nose band should fit across the bridge of the nose midway between the eyes and the muzzle. A leather halter with leather or chain lead is preferred. • As the judge studies your animal, the preferred method of leading is walking slowing facing the animal and holding the lead strap in the left hand with the remainder of it neatly gathered. At all other times, walk facing forward at a quicker pace. When given the signal to pull into line, move quickly to that position in the ring. • Lead at a comfortable pace with the animal's head held high enough for impressive style, attractive carriage, and graceful walk. Never allow a large gap to occur between your animal and the one ahead of you. Do not crowd the Exhibitor ahead of you nor lead in front of that animal so that it cannot be seen by the judge. POSING - 15 POINTS • When posing, stay on the animal's left side and stand facing at an angle to her in a position far enough away to see the stance of her feet and top line. • Pose the animal with feet squarely placed. The hind leg nearest the judge is posed slightly behind the other one when showing heifers. The hind leg should be far enough ahead to allow judge to see both the fore and rear udder when exhibiting a cow. - 31 -

SHOW ANIMAL TO BEST ADVANTAGE - 10 POINTS • Quickly recognize the conformation faults of the animal you are leading and show her to overcome them. You may be asked to exchange with another Exhibitor and show a different animal. • For the judge to evaluate the animal properly, it is vital that the Exhibitor know basic information such as birth date, fresh date, and due date. Knowledge of this information will help how the animal to its best advantage. POISE, ALERTNESS & ATTITUDE - 10 POINTS • Keep an eye on your animal and be aware of the position of the judge at all times. Do not be distracted by people or activities outside the ring. • Show the animal at all times and not yourself. • Respond promptly to requests from the judge and officials. • Be courteous and sportsmanlike at all times. • Keep showing until the class has been placed and the judge has given reasons.

Premiums:

1st - $7.00

2nd - $5.00

3rd - $4.00

4th - $3.00

5th - $2.00

Dept 10, Section 2 - Dairy Cattle

Dept 10, Section 5 - Swine

Class:

Class:

31 32 33 34

Showmanship, ages 16 - 19, Senior Showmanship, ages 12-15, Intermediate Showmanship, ages 8 - 11, Junior Showmanship, ages 4 - 7, Freshman

06 07 08 09

Showmanship, ages 16 - 19, Senior Showmanship, ages 12-15, Intermediate Showmanship, ages 8 - 11, Junior Showmanship, ages 4 - 7, Freshman

Dept 10, Section 3 - Beef Cattle

Dept 10, Section 6 - Goats

Class:

Class:

35 36 37 38

Showmanship, ages 16 - 19, Senior Showmanship, ages 12-15, Intermediate Showmanship, ages 8 - 11, Junior Showmanship, ages 4 - 7, Freshman

19 20 21 22

Showmanship, ages 16 - 19, Senior Showmanship, ages 12-15, Intermediate Showmanship, ages 8 - 11, Junior Showmanship, ages 4 - 7, Freshman

Dept 10, Section 4 - Sheep Class:

27 28 29 30

Showmanship, ages 16 - 19, Senior Showmanship, ages 12-15, Intermediate Showmanship, ages 8 - 11, Junior Showmanship, ages 4 - 7, Freshman

Hawthorne Manor Farm & Finally Able Farm presenting special awards for 4H & Youth Showmanship Section 4

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DEPARTMENT 10

• Your animal should be trained so the Exhibitor can move it quickly and easily into the correct pose. The position of the rear legs should be revered when the judge moves around to view the animal from the other side. Do not over show. When the judge is observing the animal, let it stand when posed reasonably well. • If possible, face your animal uphill with front feet on slight incline. • Always move quickly into line when given the signal by a judge. Neither crowd the Exhibitor next to you nor leave enough space for another animal when you lead into a side-by-side position. • Animal may be backed out of line when the judge requests that its placing be changed. Move the animal back by exerting pressure on the shoulder point with the thumb and finger of the right hand while pushing back with the halter. Many prefer to lead the animal forward and around the end of the line or back through the line. Do not lead animal between the judge and animal being observed. To move animal ahead, pull gently on the lead strap. • Do most of the showing with the halter lead strap and avoid stepping on animal's hind feet to move them.

SECTION 2 - DAIRY CATTLE SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Same rules apply as in Department 2. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS (refer to table of contents) and sign the verification on the reverse side of the entry form. All animals must be in at the appropriate time unless prior clearance by Mrs. Swingle. For more information or assistance, contact: Jeanette and George Swingle at 570-698-6359.

Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Use the breed/tag # space to enter tag # of all listed breeds.

A = Ayrshire B = Brown Swiss G = Guernsey Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06

Premiums: Class:

07 08 09 10 11 12

Premiums: Class:

13 14

Premiums: Class:

15 16 17

Premiums:

DEPARTMENT 10, SECTION 2

Class:

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Premiums: Class:

27 28 29 30

1st - $10.00

H = Holstein J = Jersey

2nd - $9.00

M = Milking Shorthorn RW - Red & White Holstein

3rd - $8.00

4th - $7.00

5th - $6.00

Bull Calf Grand Champion Bull Reserve Grand Champion Bull Junior Heifer Calf, born between Mar 1 & May 31 of this year Intermediate Heifer Calf, born between Dec 1 of last yr & Feb 28 of this year Senior Calf, born between Sept 1 & Nov 30 of last year 1st - $20.00

2nd - $18.00

3rd - $16.00

4th - $14.00

5th - $12.00

Summer Yearling Heifer, born between June 1 & Aug 31 of last year Junior Yearling, born between Mar 1 & May 31 of last year Inter. Yearling, born between Dec 1 of 2 yrs prior & Feb 28 of last year Senior Yearling, born between Sept 1 & Nov 30 of 2 years prior Junior Champion Female Reserve Junior Champion Female 1st - $25.00

2nd - $23.00

3rd - $20.00

4th - $17.00

5th - $15.00

Dry Cow, Senior 2 yr-old, born Sept 1 of 3 ys prior & Feb 28 of 2 yrs prior Dry Cow, 3 years and under 5 NEW 1st - $30.00

2nd - $27.00

3rd - $24.00

4th - $21.00

5th - $18.00

Junior Fresh, in milk, born after Dec 1 of 2 years prior NEW Junior Non-Fresh, born between Mar 1 & Aug 31 of 2 yrs prior Senior 2 year old Cow, born Sept 1 of 3 yrs prior & Feb 28 of 2 yrs prior

1st - $35.00

2nd - $32.00

3rd - $28.00

4th - $24.00

5th - $21.00

Junior 3 year old cow, born between Mar 1 & Aug 31 of 3 yrs prior Senior 3 year old cow, born betwn Sept 1 4 yrs prior & Feb 28 of 3 yrs prior Cow, 4 years old, born between Sept 1 of 5 yrs prior & Aug 31 of 4 yrs prior Cow, 5 year old, born between Sept 1 of 6 yrs prior & Aug 31 of 5 yrs prior Cow, 6 year old, born before Sept 1 of 6 years prior Senior Champion Female Reserve Champion Female Grand Champion Female Reserve Grand Champion Female 1st - $30.00

2nd - $27.00

3rd - $24.00

4th - $21.00

5th - $18.00

Cow in milk, judged on udder alone NEW Best 3 Females (any age, bred & owned by same Exhibitor) Dairy Herd (3 cows that have freshened, all owned by same Exhibitor) Produce of Dam (2 animals, any age, any sex, the produce of one cow)

Grand Champion trophies or plaques for: Holsteins: R/W Holsteins: Guernsey: Milking Shorthorn: Ayrshire: Jersey:

Reserve Grand Champion trophies or plaques for: Sponsored by: Holsteins: Narrowsburg Feed R/W Holsteins: Steep Hill Dairy Guernsey: Country Girls Salon & Barbershop Milking Shorthorn: Wayne/Pike Farm Bureau Ayrshire: Pocono Chirpractic Clinic Jersey: Swing Valley Farm

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Supreme Champion ribbon & plaque sponsored by

Swing Valley Farm

Sponsored by: Cattle Creek Taxidermy FDR Towing Nationwide Insurance/Brian Chapman Pocono Chiropractic Clinic

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Same rules apply as in Department 3. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS (refer to table of contents) and sign the verification on the reverse side of the entry form. All entries for Market Sale must be from Pike, Wayne or Lackawanna County. For more information or assistance, contact: Dave DeFrehn at 570-647-5451 or Jeanette Swingle at 570-698-6359.

Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Use the breed/tag# space for xbred specification or tag # for all others.

A = Angus C = Charolais D = Dairy Beef H = Hereford

M = Maintainer R = Red Angus S = Simmental X = Crossbred (classed by sire)

Breeding Classes Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

1st - $20.00

2nd - $15.00

3rd - $12.00

4th - $10.00

Junior Bull Calf, calved after Jan 1 of this year Senior Bull Calf, calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31 of last year Summer Yearling Bull, calved between May 1 & Aug 31 of last year Champion Bull Supreme Bull Junior Heifer Calf, calved after May 1 of this year Intermediate Heifer Calf, calved between Jan 1 & April 30 of this year Senior Heifer Calf, calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31 of last year Summer Yearling Heifer, calved between May 1 & Aug 31 of last year Junior Yearling Heifer, calved between Jan 1 & Apr 30 of last year Senior Yearling Heifer, calved between Sept 1 & Dec 31 of 2 years prior Junior Champion Heifer Reserve Junior Champion Heifer 2 Year old Heifer, calved between Jan 1 & Aug 31 of 2 years prior Aged Cow, 3 years, born 3 years prior Aged Cow, 4 years and older Senior Champion Female Reserve Senior Champion Female Grand Champion Female Reserve Grand Champion Female Junior Get-of-Sire (3 animals, both sexes represented) Cow/Calf, cow shown with calf (must nurse in the ring)

5th - $5.00

Grand Champion trophies or plaques for: Hereford: Maintainer: Simmental Cross-Bred

Sponsored by: Claws & Paws Wild Animal Park Windswept Farm -DeFrehn Family The Olde Farmstead

Reserve Grand Champion trophies or plaques for: Sponsored by: Hereford: Floyd & Nancy Carey Maintainer: Simmental The Old Farmstead Cross-Bred

Supreme Female trophies or plaques sponsored by Windswept Farm Supreme Male trophies or plaques sponsored by The Olde Farmstead

Market Steers

Dairy breeds are allowed in Market Class (feeder steer & market steer). Note: After weigh-in, weight class number will be assigned. Premiums: Class:

23 24

Premiums: Class:

25 26 27

1st - $16.00

2nd - $12.00

3rd - $10.00

4th - $8.00

5th - $6.00

4th - $10.00

5th - $8.00

Market Steer, Light Weight (900 - 1000 lbs) Market Steer, Middle Weight (1001 - 1200 lbs) 1st - $18.00

2nd - $14.00

3rd - $12.00

Market Steer, Heavy Weight (1201 and over) Grand Champion Steer Reserve Grand Champion Steer

Grand Champion Steer trophies or plaques sponsored by

Stone Valley Farm

Reserve Grand Champion Steer trophies or plaques sponsored by

Narrowsburg Feed

Feeder Steers and Heifers Premiums: Class:

28 29 30 31 32 33 34

1st - $12.00

2nd - $11.00

Feeder Steer, 300 to 400 lbs Feeder Steer, 401 to 500 lbs Feeder Steer, 501 to 600 lbs Feeder Heifer, 300 to 400 lbs Feeder Heifer, 401 to 500 lbs Feeder Heifer, 501 to 600 lbs Supreme Champion Feeder

3rd - $10.00

4th - $9.00

5th - $8.00

Supreme Champion Feeder trophies or plaques sponsored by Zeiler-Caruth

Quality Meats

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DEPARTMENT 10, SECTION 3

SECTION 3 - BEEF CATTLE

SECTION 4 - SHEEP SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Same rules apply as in Department 4 unless otherwise stated. 2. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and sign the verification on the reverse side of the Livestock Entry Form. 3. Youth must be present and have charge of their animal at the time of judging. 4. Market lambs shall be fit for market show, possessing ideally 1/4" of fleece. 5. All market lambs will be weighed on the same set of scales under a qualified weighmaster at the discretion of the Fair Management. 6. Weight classes will be determined at the time of weigh in. 7. Lambs shown in breeding classes cannot be shown in market classes or vice-versa. 8. Market lambs minimum weight is 85 lbs and maximum weight is 140 lbs. 9. For more information or assistance, contact: Donna Weist at 570-253-4834 Dave DeFrehn at 570-647-5451

Breeding Sheep Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Use the breed/tag# space to specify "other". Enter tag# for all listed breeds.

A = Cheviot B = Dorset C = Commercial Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

D = Hampshire E = Shropshire F = Suffolk 3rd - $9.00

G = Texel H = Other (Enter breed) 4th - $7.00

5th - $6.00

Ram Lamb, 1 year and under 2 years Senior Ram Lamb, born before January 1 Junior Ram Lamb, born after January 1 Pair of Ram Lambs Grand Champion Champion Ram trophies or plaques for: Sponsored by: Reserve Champion Ram Ewe: Nationwide Insurance- Brian Chapman Ewe, 2 years and under 4 years Ram: Floyd & Nancy Carey Ewe, 1 year and under 2 years Reserve Grand Champion Senior Ewe Lamb, born before January 1 trophies or plaques for: Sponsored by: Junior Ewe Lamb, born after January 1 Ewe: Claws & Paws Wild Animal Park Pair of Ewe Lambs Ram: John & Kathy Young Champion Ewe Reserve Champion Ewe Pen of Lambs (2 ram lambs & 2 ewe lambs, owned by 1 Exhibitor) Breeders Young Flock (1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs; bred & owned by 1 Exhibitor) Flock (1 ram [any age]; 2 ewes [one year & under two years (yearlings)]; and 2 ewes under one year (lambs); all must be owned by the Exhbitor Get-of-Sire (4 breeding animals, any age or sex and the get of one sire. Get need not be owned by the Exhibitor) Ewe and Offspring (ewe & lamb(s) of one lambing) Supreme Champion Ram Supreme Ram & Ewe Supreme Champion Ewe trophies or plaques sponsored by Hawthorne Manor Farm

DEPARTMENT 10, SECTION 4

Market Lambs

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. All market lambs must be entered two weeks prior to the Fair. Contact Donna Weist at 570-253-4834 or Jeanette Swingle at 570-698-6359 2. All market lambs will be weighed on the same set of scales under a qualified weighmaster at the discretion of the fair management. 3. All entries for GDS Junior Livestock Sale must be from Pike, Wayne, or Lackawanna County. 4. Classes will be determined after weigh-in. The number of classes will be determined by the number of entries and weight ranges as the department sees fit. 5. Slick shearing of 4H & Youth lambs is encouraged at least 5 days before showing, but cannot be done after weigh-in. Premiums: Class:

21 22 23 24 25 26

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $9.00

Lighweight Market Lamb Mediumweight Market Lamb Heavyweight Market Lamb Grand Champion Market Lamb Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb Pair of Market Lambs

4th - $7.00

5th - $6.00 Grand Champion Lamb trophies or plaques sponsored by John & Kathy Young Reserve Grand Champion Lamb trophies or plaques sponsored by

Finally Able Farm

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SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Same rules apply as in Department 5 unless otherwise stated. 2. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and sign the verification on the reverse side of the Livestock Entry Form. 3. Youth must be present and have charge of their animal at the time of judging. 4. No straw in pig pens. 5. All entries for Market Sale must be from Pike, Wayne or Lackawanna County. 6. For more information or assistance, contact: Carla Keating at 570-689-2047 Jeanette Swingle at 570-698-6359

DEPARTMENT 10, SEC 5

SECTION 5 - SWINE

Breeding Swine Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Use the breed/tag# space to specify "other". Enter tag # for all listed breeds. A = Berkshire D = Hampshire G = Yorkshire B = Chester White E = Poland China H = Other (must name) C = Duroc F = Spotted Swine Premiums: Class:

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $9.00

4th - $7.00

5th - $6.00

Boar pig farrowed on or after January 1 Due to current concerns for the future of the swine industry, Sow pig farrowed on or after January 1 Produce of Dam animals of one sow, accepting farrowed on or after January 1 this year. the (3GDS Fair is not breeding swine

Market Swine After weigh-in, weigh class number will be assigned. Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $9.00

4th - $7.00

5th - $6.00

Lightweight Market Swine Mediumweight Market Swine Heavyweight Market Swine Grand Champion Market Swine Reserve Grand Chapion Market Swine

Grand Champion Swine trophies or plaques sponsored by Stone Valley Farm Reserve Grand Champion Swine trophies or plaques sponsored by

Zeiler-Caruth Quality Meats

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SECTION 6 - DAIRY GOATS SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. General Rules and Health Rules apply. Entries must be received 2 weeks prior to the fair and mailed to the address on the Lvestock Entry Form. Exceptions must be cleared by Mrs. Swingle. 2. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and sign the verification on the reverse side of the Livestock Entry Form. 3. Youth must be present and have charge of their animal at the time of judging. 4. For more information or assistance, contact: Donna Weist at 570-253-4834

Dairy Goats

A= Alpine B = Nubian C = Toggenburg D = La Mancha Premiums: Class:

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

1st - $10.00

2nd - $8.00

E = Grades F = Recorded Grades G = Others (enter breed)

3rd - $7.00

Kid, under 4 months Kid, 4 months and under 1 year Doe, 1 year old and under 2 years (not in milk) Junior Champion Doe Junior Reserve Champion Doe Doe, 1 year old and under 2 years (in milk) Doe, 2 years and under 3 years Doe, 3 years and under 5 years Dam & Daughter

4th - $6.00 Class:

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10 11 12 13

5th - $4.00

Senior Champion Doe Senior Reserve Champion Doe Grand Champion Doe Reserve Grand Champion Doe

DEPARTMENT 10, SEC 6

Use the following key and class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form. Use the breed/tag# space to specify "other". Enter tag # for all listed breeds.

Open Meat Goats 1.

A total of two (2) goats can be entered. Entry forms must be received 2 weeks prior to the fair, and mailed to the address on the Livestock Entry Form. Only two (2) meat goats per person can be entered and shown. Only 4H & Youth entries may be sold at the GDS Junior Livestock Sale. For more information, contact Donna Weist at 253-4834.

2. 3.

A minimum weight of 60 pounds, maximum of 110 pounds is requested. All entries for Market sale must be from Pike, Wayne or Lackwanna County.

4.

Meat goats shall be free of any infections and/or transmittable diseases. A health certificate and proof of all required testing must be provided before the animal enters the fairgrounds.

5.

All 4H & Youth meat goats should be Boer, Boer X or any acceptable meat goat cross. Males must be castrated and should be de-horned for the safety of the Exhibitor.

Premiums: 2nd-$10.00 1st-$12.00 Class: Lightweight Class: 10975 14 Light Weight Meat Goat 10976 Medium Weight 15 Medium 10977 HeavyWeight WeightMeat Goat 16 Heavy Weight Meat Goat 17 Grand Champion Market Goat 18 Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat

3rd-$9.00

4th-$7.00

5th-$5.00 Grand Champion Goat trophies or plaques sponsored by Country Girls Salon &

Barbershop

Reserve Grand Champion Goat trophies or plaques sponsored by

Wayne/Pike Farm Bureau

S THI NEW AR YE Adding to Auction... 1 Quart of local Gross Family Dairy raw milk (in a collectible glass bottle) will be auctioned off -- proceeds to benefit the GDS Scholarship Fund

Abby Wasman

DEPARTMENT 10, SECTION 6

Kayla Jones

Andy Theobald

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Laura Nebzydoski

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Same rules apply as in Department 8 unless otherwise noted. 2. Exhibitor must agree with SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS (refer to table of contents) and sign the verification on the reverse side of the Entry Form. 3. If possible, all poultry exhibitors are requested to be present when poultry are judged. Refer to Judging Schedule. 4. For more information or assistance, contact: Dave DeFrehn at 570-647-5451

DEPT 10, SEC 8

SECTION 8 - POULTRY & EGGS

Poultry Premium: Class:

1st - $6.00

01 02 03 04 05

Premium: Class:

3rd - $4.00

Pen of three hens Pen of three pullets, not in production One capon - live Five broilers One turkey 1st - $3.00

2nd - $2.50

4th - $3.00

5th - $2.00

4th - $1.50

5th - $1.00

Eggs

3rd - $2.00

Brown eggs, 1 Dozen Large Brown eggs, 1 Dozen Medium White eggs, 1 Dozen Large White eggs, 1 Dozen Medium

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06 07 08 09

2nd - $5.00

DEPT 10, SEC 9

SECTION 9 - RABBITS

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Same rules apply as in Department 9 unless otherwise noted. 2. For ALL registered rabbits, INCLUDE THE BREED OF THE RABBIT on your Entry Form. 3. No rabbit may compete in more than one class. 4. For more information or assistance, contact: Dave DeFrehn at 570-647-5451 Use the following key and the class number as your class on the Livestock Entry Form

A = Senior Doe Premium: Class:

2nd - $2.50

Rabbits

3rd - $2.00

Class:

Angora, English Angora, French Dutch Jersey Wooley Lops, French Lops, Mini Lops, Holland Lops, Fuzzy Lops, English Rex, Mini

C = Junior Doe 4th - $1.50

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

D = Junior Buck 5th - $1.00

Netherlands Dwarf New Zealand, White New Zealand, Red Palomino, Golden Palomino, Lynz Rex Any Other (Must name Breed) Doe and Litter Grand Champion Rabbit

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01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10

1st - $3.00

B = Senior Buck

SECTION 20 - GROUP EXHIBITS

Premium: Class: Premium: Class:

1st - $50.00 10001

3rd - $40.00

4th - $35.00

5th - $30.00

Merit - $25.00

2nd - $70.00

3rd - $65.00

4th - $60.00

5th - $55.00

Merit - $50.00

4-H

1st - $75.00 10002

2nd - $45.00

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DEPT. 10, SEC 20

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Tables are furnished for 4H displays - 4' x 4' x 3' 2. FFA must furnish own table. Displays are to be 8' x 6' x 8' 3. Scoring System: Attracts attention 40 Educational value 20 Significance to agriculture 10 Workmanship 30 TOTAL 100 4. For more information or assistance, contact: Dawn Krautter at 570-676-3792

DEPARTMENT 11 - YOUTH DEPARTMENT 11 - YOUTH SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Open to all youth ages 19 years of age and under as of June 1 of the current year. 2. Exhibitor must submit the quantity of vegetables indicated in each class. 3. All vegetables must be cleaned with a soft cloth or brush. 4. For further information contact: Shirley Haser at 676-4066.

Section A1 SECTION A1- -Vegetables VEGETABLES Premiums: BEANS 11001

1st - $3.00

2nd - $2.50

3rd - $2.00

4th - $1.50

5th - $1.00

Dry Shelled - 1 pint

BEANS, SNAP BUSH TYPE 11002 Flat green pods - 10 pods 11003 Round green pods - 10 pods

11004 11005

Round yellow pods (wax) - 10 pods Other - 10 pods

BEANS, SNAP POLE TYPE 11006 Flat green pods - 10 pods 11007 Round green pods - 10 pods

11008 11009

Round yellow pods - 10 pods Flat yellow pods - 10 pods

11013

Beets, Other - 3

11017

Cabbage, Red - 1 head

CORN (5 ears with husk on) 11021 Yellow Hybrid 11022 White Hybrid

11023

Bi-Color Hybrid

CUCUMBER 11024 Pickles 3” - 5 11025 Pickles 4” to 5” - 5

11026

Slicing, over 5” - 5

LIMA BEANS 11010 Lima Beans - 10 BEETS 11011 11012

Globe Shaped - 3 Cylindrical or half long - 3

BROCCOLI 11014 Broccoli- 1 head BRUSSEL SPROUTS 11015 Brussel Sprouts - 1 pint CABBAGE 11016 Cabbage, White - 1 head CARROTS 11018 Carrots, topped - 5 CAULIFLOWER Cauliflower - 1 head 11019

DEPARTMENT 11, SEC A1

CELERY 11020

Celery, 1 plant in soil

EGGPLANT 11027 Eggplant - 1 ENDIVE 11028

Endive - 1 plant in soil

GARLIC 11029 11030 11031 11032

Hardneck, Porcelain Hardneck, Purple Stripe Hardneck, Rocambole Hardneck, Other

11033 11034 11035

Softneck, Silverskin Softneck, Artichoke Softneck, Other

GOURDS 11036

Mixed - 3

11037

One Variety - 3

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DEPARTMENT 11, SECTION A1

KALE 11038

Kale - 1 plant in soil

KOHLRABI 11039 Kohlrabi - 3 LETTUCE 11040 Lettuce - 1 plant in soil ONIONS 11041 11042

Bulbs, topped - 5 Green, bunching - 5

11043

Red - 5

PARSNIPS 11044 Parsnips - 5 PEAS 11045

Peas - 10 full pods

11046

Other

PEPPERS 11047 11048 11049

Green- 3 Hot - 3 Red - 3

11050 11051 11052

Sweet Habanero Other

POTATOES 11053 White - 5 11054 Red - 5 11055 Sweet - 5

11056 11057

Rural Russet - 5 Other - 5

PUMPKIN 11058 11059 11060 11061

11062 11063 11064

Miniature Tall - Thin Other

RADISHES 11065 Red - 5

11066

White - 5

SQUASH 11067 11068 11069 11070

11071 11072 11073 11074

Summer, Other - 1 Winter, Hubbard - 1 Winter, Acorn - 1 Winter, Butternut - 1

11080 11081 11082 11083

Cherry y (red) - 5 Grape (red) - 5 Plum (red) - 5 Other - 5

Small Large Field Ribbed Decorations - Small White

Green, 6” - 8”, Zucchini small - 1 Green, 8” - 12”, Zucchini large - 1 Yellow, Crookneck - 1 Yellow, Straightneck - 1

SWISS CHARD 11075 Swiss Chard, 1 stalk in soil TOMATOES, NO STEMS 11076 Red (small) - 5 11077 Red (large) - 5 11078 Red (Pear shape) - 5 11079 Green - 5 TURNIPS 11084 Turnips - 3 VEGETABLE FREAK 11085 Vegetable Freak Premiums:

1st - $4.00

2nd - $3.50

3rd - $2.50

DECORATIVE VEGETABLE CREATION 11090 People 11091 Animal(s) 11092 All vegetable

4th - $2.00 11093 11094 11095

5th - $1.00

Vehicle Pumpkin Other

PAINTED PUMPKIN FACE 11096 Painted Pumpkin Face Premiums: 11098 Premiums: 11099

1st - $10.00

2nd - $8.00

3rd - $6.00

4th - $4.00

5th - $2.00

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

Home Garden, 10 or more kinds (vegetables only) 1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

Market Basket, 5 or more kinds

3rd - $3.00 - 40 -

Sections A2 - A6

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. The following Divisions are for Sections A2 - A6 ONLY. Be sure to include the Division # and Exhibitor age (as of June 1 of current year) on Entry Form. DIVISION 1 Junior (0 - 9 years) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

DIVISION 2 Intermediate (10 - 13 years)

DIVISION 3 Senior (14 - 19 years)

Premium payments will be awarded according to Division (age group) entered. See listing below. NO FOOD requiring refrigeration will be accepted. ALL FOOD must be entered in sealed plastic bags on plastic or foam plates, except iced cakes. Iced cakes must be in a plastic domed cake cover, in a cardboard cake box, or covered with plastic wrap. For more information or assistance, contact: Dawn Mountain at 570-689-3908

Premium:

Division 1 Junior ( 0-9 years) 1st - $2.00 2nd - $1.50 3rd - $1.00 4th - $0.75 5th - $0.50

Division 2 Intermediate (10-13 years) 1st - $2.50 2nd - $2.00 3rd - $1.50 4th - $1.00 5th - $0.75

Division 3 Senior (14 -19 years) 1st - $3.00 2nd - $2.50 3rd - $2.00 4th - $1.50 5th - $1.00

SECTION A2 - FOODS MUFFINS (4) 11001 11002

Corn Bran

11003 11004

Blueberry Chocolate Chip

COOKIES (4) 11005 11006 11007 11008

Tollhouse Peanut Butter Sugar Fudge Brownies

11009 11010 11011 11012

Oatmeal, baked Oatmeal, non-baked Ginger Other

White Chocolate Spice

11018 11019 11020

Yellow Fruit Nut

11028 11029 11030

Nut Yellow Other

CAKES 11015 11016 11017

CUPCAKES (4) 11025 11026 11027

White Chocolate Fruit

DEPARTMENT 11, SECTION A2

PIES (No cream or custards) 11035 11036

Apple Blueberry

11037

Blackberry

BREAD & ROLLS (1 loaf or 4 rolls) 11040 11041 11042

Yeast Bread Banana Bread Baking Powder Biscuit

11043 11044

Cinnamon Rolls Other

11054 11055 11056

Creams (any kind) Caramel (any kind) Other (all in competition)

11062

Cupcakes, decorated

CANDY (4 pieces, equaling 1/2 pound) 11050 11051 11052 11053

Chocolate Fudge Vanilla Fudge Peanut Butter Fudge Butter Cream

DECORATED BAKED GOODS 11060 11061

Cake, decorated Cookies, decorated

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The goal of this NEW PA Preferred Junior Baking Contest is to highlight Pennsylvania agriculture by featuring localy grown grains, fruit and vegetables, as well as locally produced dairy products and eggs in the contest entries. Class: 11303 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Premiums

1st - $20.00

2nd - $15.00

3rd - $10.00

Participant must be an individual amateur baker (age 8 through and including 18 years old) who is a Pennsylvania resident; one entry per person. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this PA Preferred® Junior Baking Contest at any other Fair in 2017. Entry must be a plate of six (6) individual sized portions of the baked entry item. Entries must be made from scratch. Pre-made mixes are not acceptable ingredients. PA Preferred® ingredients must be used in the recipe. A comprehensive list of acceptable products will be available on the PA Preferred website. Recipes are to include a. Grains, such as flour or oats d. Dairy, such as milk, cream or butter three (3) out of the five (5) items listed here: b. Fruit, such as peaches, apples or berries

e. Eggs

DEPARTMENT 11, SECTION A2

SECTION A2- 2017 PA PREFERRED® JUNIOR BAKING CONTEST Cookies, Brownies, Bars

c. Vegetables, such as zucchini or carrots

6.

Entry must be submitted for judging on a food safe disposable setting. (All pans, plates and dishes are considered disposable and will not be returned.) 7. Recipe must be submitted with the entry, printed on one side of 8 1/2" x 11" paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and the preparation instructions. PA Preferred ingredients are to be identified in writing as "PA Preferred" along with the brand name in the recipe (ex: PA Preferred eggs - Weis brand; PA Preferred Milk - Galliker's brand). Entrant's name, age, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. PA preferred product labels must be attached to the recipe. All recipes and cakes will become the property of the Fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned. 8. Refrigeration is not available at the Fair or the PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons. 9. Judging Criteria: Flavor (aroma, taste, good balance of flavoring)......................................................................... 30 points Texture (appropriate for the type of cookie, brownie or bar)................................................... 25 points Inside Characteristics (even grain, evenly baked, free from air pockets).............................. 20 points Outside Characteristics (uniform size, shape, appearance; overall appeal)........................... 15 points Creativity...................................................................................................................................... 10 points TOTAL.......................................................................................................................................... 100 points 10. For more information or assistance, contact: June Phillips at 570-676-3202 First Place Winner is eligible for the 2018 PA Farm Show competition. Prizes for the PA Farm Show competition: 1st - $500, 2nd - $250, 3rd - $100 Sponsored by: PA Dept. of Agriculture's PA Preferred® Program.

ARRANGEMENTS, REAL FLOWERS 11065 11066

Miniature Arrangement, Not over 3" high Miniature Arrangement, Not over 6" high

CROCHETING

Dish Garden Arrangement in a Work Shoe Arrangement for Halloween

SECTION A4 - NEEDLECRAFT

Edge of Handkerchief Scarf Hat Sweater Doily Socks or Booties

11106 11107 11108 11109 11110

Afghan Washcloth Hot Pad Coaster Other

11122 11123

Towel Other

11132 11133

Towel Other

COUNTED CROSS STITCH 11120 11121

Pillowcase Picture

CROSS STITCH 11130 11131

Pillowcase Picture

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DEPARTMENT 11, SEC A4

11100 11101 11102 11103 11104 11105

11067 11068 11069

DEPT 11, SEC A3 |

SECTION A3 - FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS (REAL FLOWERS)

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Congratulations to McKenna Barnette on winning 5th Place at the 2017 PA Farm Show

EMBROIDERY WORK 11140 Pillowcase 11141 Picture 11142 Baby Item

11143 11144 11145

Pillow Tea Towel Other

HOOKING 11150 Wall Hanging

11151

Pillow

11164 11165 11166 11167

Afghan Sweater Wash Cloth Other

11173 11174 11175

Napkin Rings Christmas Article Other

11183 11184 11185

Sampler Pillows Other

11192

Picture

Braided Crocheted

11203 11204

Hooked Woven

Dress, Cotton Dress, Wool Dress, Blend Coat, Cotton Coat, Wool Coat, Blend Apron, Everyday Apron, Fancy Jacket, Lined Jacket, Unlined Vest Cape Pajamas Nightgown Robe Sweatshirt Slacks, Cotton Slacks, Wool Slacks, Blend

11228 11229 11231 11232 11233 11234 11235 11236 11237 11238 11239 11240 11241 11242 11243 11244

Pant Suit, Cotton Pant Suit, Wool Blouse, Cotton Blouse, Blend Skirt, Cotton Skirt, Wool Skirt, Blend Shorts, Cotton Shorts, Blend Doll Clothes Drawstring Tote/Bag Pillow Pot Holders or Mitt Draft Dodger Travel Kit Other

11253 11254

Baskets Other

KNITTING 11160 Gloves or Mittens 11161 Hat 11162 Scarf 11163 Hot Pad NEEDLEPOINT PLASTIC CANVAS 11170 Tissue Box Cover 11171 Coasters 11172 Picture NEEDLEWORK 11180 Luncheon Set 11181 Tea Towels 11182 Hot Pads QUILTING 11190 Quilt 11191 Pillow RUGS 11200 11201

DEPARTMENT 10, SECTION A4

SEWING 11210 11211 11212 11213 11214 11230 11215 11216 11217 11218 11219 11220 11221 11222 11223 11224 11225 11226 11227

NEW NEW NEW

WEAVING 11250 Hot Pads 11251 Lanyard 11252 Belt

Section A5 - Arts and Crafts ANIMALS 11300 Stuffed 11301 Plush

11303 11304

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Quilted Any Other

11300 11301

SECTION A5 - ARTS & CRAFTS

Stuffed Plush

11303 11304

Quilted Any Other

ARTS & CRAFTS 11310 11311 11312 11313 11314 11315 11316 11317

Seedwork Macaroni Art Nut and/or Cone Work Handmade Flower Metal Work Decorated Clay Pots Wood Carving Popsicle Stick Art

11318 11319 11320 11321 11322 11323 11324

Art from Recycled Materials Painted or Decorated Item String or Wire Art Plastic Craft Pressed Flower Picture Designs in Straw Tin Punch

11325 11326 11327 11328 11329 11330 11331

Clothespin Art Plastic Stained Glass Egg Carton Art Paper Mache Sequin Art Glass Etching Duct Tape Art NEW

11386 11387

Wreath Other

BEADWORK 11340 11341 11342 11343

Picture Animal Key Ring Coaster

11344 11345 11346

Magnets Fish Other

11351

Centerpiece

11364 11365 11366

Figurine Holiday Item Other

11375 11376 11377

Holiday Item Lamp Other

CANDLES, HOMEMADE BY EXHIBITOR 11350

Decorative

CERAMICS, HANDMADE - Must be Dated 11360 11362 11363

Vase/Planter Candy Dish Animal

CERAMICS, HAND PAINTED - Must be Dated 11370 11372 11373 11374

Vase/Planter Candy Dish Animal Figurine

CHRISTMAS 11380 11381 11382

Ornaments (only 2) Wall Hanging Centerpiece

11383 11384 11385

Ceramic Candle Window Decoration

11393 11394 11395

Butterflies Trading Cards (in Binder) Sticker Book

COLLECTIONS 11390 11391 11392

Rocks Shells Insects

11396 11397

Leaf Other

DECOUPAGE 11400 11401

Jewelry Box Picture

11402

Other

11413 11414 11415

Creative or Traditional Rag Doll Sock Monkey NEW

11423 11424 11425

Easter Art Animal Other

11432 11433

Animal Other

DOLLS - HANDMADE 11410 11411 11412

Mop Doll Stuffed Doll China Doll

DOUGH ART 11420 11421 11422

Tree Ornament Figurine Christmas Art

FELTWORK 11430 11431

Picture Hot Pads

HOBBIES (Must be on a SOLID BASE not larger than 1' x 3' Base, 25 ITEMS per Entry) 11440 11441

Matchbox Cars Small Tractors

11442

Beanie Babies

JEWELRY-BEADED 11450 11451 11452

Earrings Necklace Ring

11453 11454

Barrette Pin

11455 11456 - 44 -

Bracelet Other

DEPARTMENT 11, SECTION A5

ANIMALS



ENTRY FORM FORM RETURN TO: GDS Fair ENTRY Entries

P.O. Box 361 RETURN TO: Newfoundland, GDS Fair Entries PA 18445 (570) 676-4047 PO Box 361

**PLEASE NOTE** Entry Forms will not be returned. Keep a copy if desired.

Newfoundland, PA 18445

NOTE: Use LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM for animal entries. All other entries may be listed on NOTE: Use LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM Animal Entries. Allof other mayacceptable. be listed on this form. One individual this form. One individual per entryfor form. Photocopies thisentries form are perread entryall form. Photocopies of thisentries. form are acceptable. Please read all rules before making entries. Please rules before making

Entrants who wish to receive their tags by mail (instead of picking them up at the fairgrounds) must pre-register by JULY 23, 2014.

Entrants who wish receive their tags by by mail (instead6,of2014. picking them up at the fairgrounds) must Normal pick up to entries must pre-register AUGUST pre-register by July 21, 2017. All other entries must pre-register by August 4, 2017. ALL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY:

ALL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY: Name: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Name: Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address:

City:______________________________________________________________

City, State, Zip:





Phone:

State:___________

Email:

Phone:_____________________________________________________________________





Zip: ____________________

Date: ____________________________



Age County (if entering Youth categories): Division 1 State ageDivision 2 Division 3 of Residence:__________________________________________ if entering Youth Categories: _____________ (to 9 years) (10 - 13 years) (14 - 19 years) County of Residence:

I, hereby agree to be bound by the rules and regulations of the Greene-Dreher-Sterling Community Fair and submit the follow-

I hereby agree to be bound by the rules and regulations of the Greene-Dreher-Sterling Fair and submit the following entries which I do intend to present to the proper Department at the specified time and leave on display as set forth. I also give Exhibitor’s ___________________________________________________________________________________________ permission for Signature the GDS Fair to use my photo in future advertising, which may include print, TV, and/or Internet. Exhibitor's Signature: NUMBERS REQUIRED

ENTRY FORM

DEPT.

SEC.

CLASS

DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE (List exact wording in book) (List exact wording in book-use breed & variety for Poultry/Rabbits)

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NUMBERS REQUIRED DEPT.

SEC.

DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE

CLASS

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NUMBERS REQUIRED DEPT.

SEC.

DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE

CLASS

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RETURN TO:

Page A

Jeanette Swingle, 798 Avoy Road, Lake Ariel, PA 18436

NOTE: Signature is required below and on reverse side (**) for agreement of Show Ring Code of Ethics AND Veterinary Consultation Relationship. Entry Form is a minimum 2 pages (A & B). Photocopies of this form are acceptable. Please read all rules before making entries. A POULTRY HEALTH CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED AS PART OF YOUR ENTRY FORM FOR POULTRY ENTRIES, INCLUDING CHICKENS, TURKEYS, WATERFOWL, UPLAND GAME BIRDS, AND RATITES & THEIR HATCHING EGGS; & PIGEONS/DOVES. CONTACT MRS. SWINGLE FOR THIS ADDITIONAL FORM.

Livestock Entry Forms must be postmarked or received 2 weeks prior to the fair. ALL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY. All Entries must be typed or printed in ink (One entry per animal).

** PRINT Parent Name (if applicant is a minor)

** Parent Signature

** Emergency Contact (Name and Phone Number)

Name: Address: City:

State:

Zip:

Phone:

Email:

County of Residence:

Date of Birth: ** If cross breed, enter ** breed of sire

DEPT

SECTION

CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

SECTION

SECTION

CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SECTION

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE

BIRTHDATE

BREED/TAG #

REGISTRATION #

BIRTHDATE

REGISTRATION #

BIRTHDATE

REGISTRATION #

BIRTHDATE

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

REGISTRATION #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

BREED/TAG #

BREED/TAG #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

BREED/TAG #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

Signature required above and on Page B. Page A & B must be included with submission. - 48 -

LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM, PAGE A

LIVESTOCKENTRY ENTRYFORM FORM LIVESTOCK

Page B DEPT

SECTION

CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

SECTION

SECTION

CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SECTION

CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SECTION

CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SECTION

REGISTRATION #

BIRTHDATE

BREED/TAG #

REGISTRATION #

BIRTHDATE

BREED/TAG #

REGISTRATION #

BIRTHDATE

REGISTRATION #

BIRTHDATE

REGISTRATION #

BIRTHDATE

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

BREED/TAG #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

BIRTHDATE

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

REGISTRATION #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

BREED/TAG #

BREED/TAG #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE

BREED/TAG #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

I, _______________________, give permission for the GDS Fair to use my photo in future advertising, which may include print, TV and/or internet.

___________________________________________________________

LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM, PAGE B

Exhibitor’s Signature

______________________________ Date

** I have read, understand and agree to abide with, and uphold, the IAFE INTERNATIONAL SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and have indicated my agreement by affixing my signature below:

___________________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature

______________________________ Date

** I certify that the above information represents a true and accurate statement regarding my animals. I further attest and affirm that a “Veterinary Consultation Relationship” - as that phrase is defined in the Animal Exhibition Sanitation Law found at 3 Pa C.S.A § 2501 et seq. and any amendments thereto - exists with regard to any animals I will be exhibiting.

___________________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature

______________________________ Date

Signatures required (**) above and on Page A. Page A & B must be included with submission.

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Page B SECTION

CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

SECTION

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CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

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CLASS

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CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SECTION

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE

REGISTRATION #

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BIRTHDATE

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

BREED/TAG #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

BIRTHDATE

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

REGISTRATION #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

SIRE NAME & BIRTHDATE DEPT

BREED/TAG #

BREED/TAG #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE CLASS

ANIMAL'S NAME

BREED/TAG #

DAM'S NAME & BIRTHDATE

I, _______________________, give permission for the GDS Fair to use my photo in future advertising, which may include print, TV and/or internet.

___________________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature

______________________________ Date

** I have read, understand and agree to abide with, and uphold, the IAFE INTERNATIONAL SHOW RING CODE OF ETHICS and have indicated my agreement by affixing my signature below:

___________________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature

______________________________ Date

** I certify that the above information represents a true and accurate statement regarding my animals. I further attest and affirm that a “Veterinary Consultation Relationship” - as that phrase is defined in the Animal Exhibition Sanitation Law found at 3 Pa C.S.A § 2501 et seq. and any amendments thereto - exists with regard to any animals I will be exhibiting.

___________________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s Signature

______________________________ Date

Signatures required (**) above and on Page A. Page A & B must be included with submission.

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LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM, PAGE B

DEPT

JEWELRY –BRAIDED 11460 Necklace 11461 Ring

11462 11463

Bracelet Other

JEWELRY – OTHER MATERIALS 11470 Earring 11471 Necklace 11472 Ring 11473 Barrette

11474 11475 11476

Pin Bracelet Other

LEATHER 11480 Wallet 11481 Belt 11482 Key Case / Key Ring

11483 11484

Change Purse Other

DEPARTMENT 11, SECTION A5

LEGO ART (MUST BE LESS THAN 300 PIECES AND NO BIGGER THAN 3 FT. SQUARE) 11490 Airplane 11492 Car 11491 Trucks 11493 Boats 11494 Other LIQUID EMBROIDERY OR FABRIC PAINTING 11500 Placemats 11504 Picture 11501 Tablecloth 11505 Clothing 11502 Pillowcase 11506 Other 11503 Hat MACRAME 11510 Plant Hanger 11511 Wall Hanging 11512 Belt

11513 11514

Purse Other

MODELS 11520 11521 11522 11523

11524 11525 11526

Sports Car Bus Other

MOSAIC ART 11530 Wall Panel 11531 Ashtray 11532 Picture

11533 11534

Coasters Other

ORIGAMI – PAPER FOLDING 11540 Animal 11541 Mask

11542

Other

PLASTER CRAFT 11550 Wall Hanging 11551 Holiday Item

11552

Other

QUILLING 11560 Picture 11561 Card

11562

Other

11572 11573

Sand Candle Figurines or Animals

SCREEN PRINTING 11590 Clothing

11591

Other

SCULPTURE 11600 Metal

11601

Other

SCULPTURE – CLAY 11610 Flower 11611 Imaginary Figures

11612 11613

Animal Other

STAMPING – RUBBER 11620 Greeting Card 11621 Picture 11622 Tag

11623 11624 11625

Gift Wrap or Bag Candy Bar Wrapper Other

Plane Ship Auto Truck

SAND ART 11570 Bottle 11571 Picture in Sand SCHERENSCHNITTE (SCISSOR CUTTING) 11580 Scherenschnitte (scissor cutting)

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TIE DYING 11640 Clothing

11641

Other

11653 11654

Needlepoint Other

11661

Other

WOODWORK 11670 Furniture 11671 Decorations 11672 Autos 11673 Useful Item 11674 Bookends

11675 11676 11677 11678

Bird House Bird Feeder Stool Other

WREATHS 11680 Grapevine 11681 Fabric

11682

Straw

WALL HANGING 11650 String Art 11651 Weaving 11652 Embroidery WOODBURNING 11660 Picture

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Section A6A6 - Art and&Photography SECTION - ART PHOTOGRAPHY

DEPARTMENT 11, SECTION A5

STENCILING 11630 Stenciling

COLLAGE 11700 Collage COMPUTER GENERATED ART – NO LARGER THAN 8 1/2” X 11” OVERALL 11710 Black & White – Freehand 11713 Colored – Non-freehand 11711 Colored - Freehand 11714 Web Page (Ages 14 to 19 only) 11712 Black & White – Non-freehand 11721

Geometrical

PAINTING, FREEHAND Senior division must be framed or matted, ready to hang 11730 Oil 11731 Water 11732 Pencil 11733 Charcoal 11734 Crayon 11735 Acrylic

11736 11737 11738 11739 11740 11741

Marker – Felt tip Pen & Ink Chalk/Pastel Finger Painting Colored Pencil Mixed Media

11752

Marker

11765 11766 11767 11768 11769

Liquid Embroidery Acrylic Colored Pencil Marker – Felt tip On Felt or Velvet

PAINTING, NON-FREEHAND – UNDER 5 YEARS OLD 11750 Crayon 11751 Colored Pencil PAINTING, NON-FREEHAND 11760 Oil 11761 Water 11762 Pencil 11763 Charcoal 11764 Crayon

PHOTO, BLACK & WHITE – NO LARGER THAN 8 1/2” X 11” OVERALL Must be taken by exhibitor 11780 Animal or People 11782 Other 11781 Landscape PHOTO, COLOR – NO LARGER THAN 8 1/2” X 11” OVERALL Must be taken by exhibitor 11790 Animal 11795 11791 Landscape (not sunrise/sunset) 11796 11792 Sunrise/Sunset 11797 11793 People - Adults 11798 11794 People - Children

Portrait Humorous Flowers Others

PHOTO – STORYTELLING OR SCRAPBOOKING (must contain more than 1 picture) 11800 Black & White 11801 Colored - 52- 52 - - 47 -

Department 11, Section A6n

DRAWING 11720 Architectural or Mechanical

Department 11, Section 23

Section 23 -Apiary & Maple Products SECTION 23 - APIARY & MAPLE PRODUCTS SPECIAL INFORMATION : 1.

of section.

2. Extracted honey is to be judged on body, clarity, and cleanliness. 3. After judging, bees on display may be exchanged with other bees from your hive. Premiums:

1st - $5.00

11551 11552 11553 Premiums: Premiums:

Premiums:

Premiums:

11554 11555 11556 3rd - $6.00

5th - $1.00

Amber extracted honey, 1 lb. jar Dark amber extracted honey, 1 lb. jar Beeswax block, 1 lb. 4th - $4.00

5th - $2.00

2nd - $8.00

3rd - $6.00

4th - $4.00

5th - $2.00

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

Honey exhibit must include all of the following: Light comb, at least 1 section Dark comb, at least 1 section Amber extracted, not less than 1 (1 lb. jars) Crystallized extracted, not less than 1 (1 lb. jars) 1st - $5.00

11562

2nd - $8.00

4th - $2.00

Bees, any race, must be exhibited on frame in observation hive 1st - $10.00

11561

3rd - $3.00

Light Comb, 1 section Dark Comb, 1 section Light extracted honey, 1 lb. jar 1st - $10.00

11560

2nd - $4.00

2nd - $4.00

Beeswax - not less than 1 lb. 1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

BEESWAX CANDLES 11563 Pair of hand dipped candles, 6” - 8” length 11564 Pair of molded candles

11565

Candles, open class, showing originality

MOLDED AND DESIGNED BEESWAX, NOT PAINTED 11566 Christmas ornament

11567

Other

MOLDED AND DESIGNED BEESWAX, HAND PAINTED 11568 Christmas ornament

11569

Other

Maple Syrup And Maple Products Premiums:

1st - $5.00

11575 11576

2nd - $4.00

3rd - $3.00

Maple Syrup, 1 qt. container Maple Sugar, 1 lb. cake

4th - $2.00 11577 11578

5th - $1.00

Maple Cream, 1 lb. Basket - 1qt. container - 1 lb. cake - 1 lb. cream

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DEPARTMENT 12 HAY & GRAIN

DEPARTMENT 12

SPECIAL INFORM ATION : 1. One quart glass jars with lids or suitable open trays are to be used to show grain unless otherwise noted. 2. If the fair management believes any of the exhibits were shown in previous years, those entries may be refused. 3. An exhibit of hay shall consist of a bale. NOTE RULE CHANGE. 4. Refer to General Rules. 5. For more information or assistance, contact: David Friedman at 570-689-7947.

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Premium:

1st - $4.00

2nd - $3.50

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.50

5th - $2.00

CORN, SIX (6) EARS 12011 Corn, Hybrid Field 12012 Corn, Indian 12013 Popcorn

DEPARTMENT 12

SECTION 1 - GRAIN & SEED CROPS

CORN, SIX (6) STALKS, CUT, WITHOUT ROOTS 12021 Field 12022 Silage SORGUM, ONE (1) BUNDLE, 4" DIAMETER 12031 Sorgum, Sudan grass and hybrids SUNFLOWERS, ONE (1) STALK 12041 Sunflowers (crop type) MISCELLANEOUS GRAIN & SEED, ONE (1) QUART 12051 12052 12053 12054 12055 12056

Alfalfa Buckwheat Oats Red Clover Rye Soybeans

12057 12058 12059 12060 12061

Sunflower Timothy Seed Wheat Hops NEW Any other

SECTION 2 - HAY Premium: 12071 12072 12073 12074 12075

1st - $4.50

2nd - $3.50

3rd - $2.50

4th - $1.50

5th - $1.00

ALFALFA or alfalfa grass mixed, first cutting, not over 50% grasses ALFALFA or alfalfa grass mixed, later cuttings, not over 50% grasses GRASS, first cutting, mixture of Timothy and/or other grasses, not more than 10% legumes GRASS, second cutting, mixture of Timothy and/or other grasses, not more than 10% legumes MIXED HAY, any mixture not classified in previous classes, but which contain 50% or more singly or in combination of Alfalfa, Timothy, Clover and Grasses

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DEPARTMENT 13 VEGETABLES

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Department 13

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. In selecting vegetables for exhibition, choose such specimens that would bring the highest market price. Do not select the largest -select medium sized specimens. If at all possible, DO NOT MIX VARIETIES. 2. The following factors are generally used by an expert vegetable Judge: • Trueness to Variety Type - If at all possible, pick the specimen from one variety • Be sure to pick out a perfect specimen - then select the others as similar to it as possible. Never mix specimens of different variety. Uniformity of shape, size, and color are important • Protect from dirt, disease, infection and mechanical damage - Select specimens that show no blemishes of any kind. • Check condition and maturity - Be sure that exhibits are of high quality • Potatoes should not be washed. Remove all soil by using a soft cloth or brush. • Tomatoes should have stems removed. Carrots, beets, etc...should have tops (leaves) removed from vegetables leaving about 2" of stem. 3. Carefully read rules and regulations. If an entry calls for five (5) specimens, be sure to exhibit that number. Do not enter four or six. In any instance, your exhibit will be disqualified if the correct number of specimens is not entered. 4. Vegetables entered under "Any Other" classes MUST include their variety name on the Entry Tag. 5. Refer to General Rules. 6. For more information or assistance, contact: Roger & Carol Homeyer at 570-676-9416

Section 1 - Vegetables Premiums:

1st - $4.00

2nd - $3.50

3rd - $2.50

BEANS, DRY SHELLED, 1 QUART 13010 Horticultural 13011 Lima

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

13019

Shelled, other

BEANS, LIMA, 12 PODS 13020 Large seeded

13021

Small seeded

BEANS, SNAP BUSH TYPE, 12 PODS 13030 Flat green 13031 Round green

13032 13033

Round yellow wax Flat Yellow

BEANS, SNAP POLE TYPE, 12 PODS 13040 Flat green 13041 Round green

13042 13043

Round yellow Flat yellow

BEETS, 5 SPECIMENS TOPPED 13050 Globe shaped 13051 Half long

13052 13053

Lutz types Golden

CABBAGE, 1 HEAD 13080 Chinese types 13081 Early small types 13082 Round ballhead types

13083 13084 13085

Flat types Red types Savoy types

CARROTS, 5 ROOTS, TOPPED 13090 Half long, pointed, 7” - 8” approx. 13091 Half long, stump rooted, 6” - 7” approx.

13092 13093

Long, 8” - 9” approx. Short, under 5”

CAULIFLOWER, 1 HEAD 13100 Purple types

13101

White types

CORN, SWEET, 5 EARS, HUSKS ON 13120 White hybrid 13121 Yellow hybrid

13122 13123

Bi-color Other types

CUCUMBERS, 5 SPECIMENS 13130 Pickling, under 3” 13131 Pickles, 3” - 5”

13132 13133

Slicing, over 5” Burpless

EGGPLANT, 1 SPECIMEN 13140 Purple

13141

Any Other Color

ENDIVE, 1 PLANT IN SOIL 13150 Broadleaved

13151

Green Curled

13164 13165 13166

Softneck, Silverskin Softneck, Artichoke Softneck, Other

KALE, 1 PLANT IN SOIL 13180 Green

13181

Red

KOHLRABI, 3 SPECIMENS 13190 Burgandy

13191

Green

BROCCOLI, 1 LARGE HEAD 13060 Broccoli BRUSSEL SPROUTS, 1 QUART 13070 Brussel Sprouts

DEPARTMENT 13, SECTION 1

CELERY, 1 PLANT IN SOIL 13110 Green types (Fordhook Pascal)

GARLIC, 1 BULB 13160 Hardneck, Porcelain 13161 Hardneck, Purple Stripe 13162 Hardneck, Rocambole 13163 Hardneck, Other HORSERADISH, 3 ROOTS 13170 Horseradish, 1” minimum diameter

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LETTUCE, 1 PLANT IN SOIL 13210 Butter head types 13211

13212 13213

Leaf types Romaine

MUSHROOMS, ONE PINT 13215 Buttons

13216

Large

MUSKMELONS (CANTALOUPES), 1 SPECIMEN 13220 Large types, 6” or more

13221

Small types

13244 13245 13246

White Globe Yellow Flat Yellow Globe

13261

Plain type

PEAS, PODS, 1 PINT 13290 Flat 13291 Snap

13292

Other Shell Peas in Pod

PEPPERS, HOT, 5 SPECIMENS 13300 Long type 13301 Round type

13302

Small type

13311

Red

PEPPERS, SWEET, BELL, OR BULLNOSE, 5 SPECIMENS 13320 Green 13321 Red

13322

Yellow

PEPPERS, SWEET, THIN-FLESHED, 5 SPECIMENS 13330 Green 13331 Red

13332

Yellow

POTATOES, 5 TUBERS 13340 Katahdin 13341 Kennebec 13342 Norland 13343 Russet, rural

13344 13345 13349

Superior Red Pontiac Others

13362 13363

Winter neck, Cushaw White

13372

Others

OKRA, 5 SPECIMENS 13225 Okra ONIONS, BULBING, 5 SPECIMENS 13231 Green bunching ONIONS, BULBS, 5 SPECIMENS 13240 Red Flat 13241 Red Globe 13242 Sweet Spanish type (large globe) 13243 White Flat ONIONS, SETS, 1 PINT MATURE FOR STORAGE 13250 Multiplier PARSLEY, 1 BUNCH OF 5 STALKS IN WATER 13260 Curled type PARSLEY, ROOT, 5 WITH TOPS 13270 Hamburg or turnip rooted PARSNIPS, TOPS OFF, 5 SPECIMENS 13280 Parsnips

PEPPERS, PIMENTO, 5 SPECIMENS 13310 Green

POTATOES, SWEET, 5 SPECIMENS 13350 Sweet Potatoes PUMPKIN, 1 SPECIMEN 13360 13361 Small sugar, pie, approx. 7” diameter RADISHES, SUMMER, 5 SPECIMENS 13370 Small round 13371 White Icicle RHUBARB, 5 STALKS TIED TOGETHER 13380 Rhubarb, any variety - 56- 56 - - 51 -

DEPARTMENT 13, SECTION 1

LEEKS, 5 STALKS 13200 Leeks

RUTABAGAS, 3 specimens 13390 Rutabagas, any variety, topped SQUASH, SUMMER TYPE, 1 specimen 13400 Bush, scallop, scallopini, green 13401 Cocozelle, 6"-8" length 13402 Crookneck SQUASH, WINTER TYPE, 1 specimen

13403 13404 13405

Straightneck Zucchini, small 6"-8" length Zucchini, 8"-12" length

13406 13408 13409

Patty Pan, white Zucchini, over 12" length Any other summer squash

13410 Acorn, table queen 13411 Sweet Mama, dark 13412 Buttercup SWISS CHARD, 1 STALK IN SOIL

13413 13414

Butternut Hubbard

13415 13419

Spaghetti Any other winter squash

13420 Swiss Chard, any variety TOMATOES, LARGE-FRUITED, 5 specimens, stems removed 13430 13431 13432

Italian Pink Red

13433 13434 13435

Yellow Green Cluster (with stems)

TOMATOES, SMALL-FRUITED, RED OR YELLOW, 10 specimens, stems removed 13440 13441 13442

Cherry Pear-shaped Plum-shaped

13443 13444

Grape Cluster (with stems)

13472

Round or oval shape

TURNIPS, 5 specimens 13450

Turnips

WATERCRESS, 1 bunch in water 13460

Watercress, any variety

WATERMELON, 1 specimen 13470 Midget types 13471 Oblong in shape HERBS, CUT, 6 stems in jars 13510 13511 13512 13513

(See Dept. 17 for plants) 13514 13515 13516 13517

Basil Chives, 1" diam. bunch Dill Mint

Thyme Lavender Catnip Sage

13518 13519 13520

Oregano Rosemary Other (identify)

VEGETABLE 13525 13530

Freak (edible) Any other, worthy of exhibition, name variety

13540

Decorative or creative

13554 13555 13556 13557

Peppers, 3 specimens Potatoes, 3 specimens Tomatoes, 3 specimens Watermelon, 1 specimen

LARGEST VEGETABLE 13550 13551 13552 13553 Premium:

Beets, 3 specimens Cabbage, 1 head Carrots, 3 specimens Onions, 3 specimens 1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

DEPARTMENT 13, SECTION 1

GOURDS 13500 13501 13502

Mixed, 5 specimens One variety, 5 specimens Collection of 6 or more kinds, attractively displayed

MARKET BASKET 13581 Premium:

Five (5) or more kinds of vegetables, attractively displayed in basket 1st - $10.00

2nd - $8.00

3rd - $6.00

4th - $4.00

5th - $2.00

GARDEN NEW

13582 13590 13591

Premium:

10 or more kinds of vegetables, not less than 3 specimens of each kind Vegetable garden, potted, in container Salad greens (3 or more kinds), potted, in container 1st - $10.00

Judged by Weight

(Field not Ornamental)

GIANT CONTEST 13810 13820

** Sponsored by ** Carroll Krautter (Past President)

Largest Pumpkin, 50 lbs. or over Largest Squash, 25 lbs. or over - 57 -

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. In selecting fruit for exhibition, choose specimens that would bring the highest market price. Do not select the largest. Select medium size as nearly alike as possible. 2. All entries MUST be named correctly (as to variety). 3. All fruit is to be cleaned, but not polished. 4. Entries to consist of: • Fruit - 5 specimens • Nuts - 10 specimens • fruit • Berries - 1 pint • Grapes - 2 clusters 5. Refer to General Rules. 6. Fruits & nuts entered under "Any Other" class MUST have their variety name written on Entry Tag. 7. For more information or assistance, contact: David Friedman at 570-689-7947

SECTION 1 - FRUITS Premium:

1st - $4.00

2nd - $3.50

APPLES, MODERN, 5 specimens 14100 Baldwin 14101 Cortland 14102 Empire 14103 Macoun

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.50

5th - $2.00

14104 14105 14106 14107

MacIntosh Early Northern Spy Red Delicious Red Jonathan

14108 14109 14110

Red Rome Yellow Delicious Any other named Modern variety

14202 14203

Wealthy Summer Rambo

14204 Rhode Island Greening 14205 Any other named Antique variety

APPLES, ANTIQUE, 5 specimens 14200 14201

Wolf River Pound Sweet

OTHER FRUIT, 5 specimens 14300 14310

Crabapples Peaches

14320 14330

Plums Quinces

14402 14403

Sickle Any other named variety

14702 14703

Purple Any other named variety

PEARS, 5 specimens 14400 14401

Bartlett Clapps Favorite

GRAPES, 2 clusters on a plate 14700 14701 Premium:

Red White 1st - $2.50

2nd - $2.00

3rd - $1.50

4th - $1.25

5th - $1.00

BERRIES, CULTIVATED, 1 pint 14500 14501 14502

Blackberry Blueberry Currant

14503 Strawberry 14504 Gooseberry 14505 Raspberry, Black

14506 14507

Raspberry, Red Any other named variety

14603 14604 14605

14606 14607

Yew, 3 clusters Any other named variety

BERRIES, NATIVE, WILD 14600 14601 14602 Premium:

Barberry, 3 clusters Blackberry, 1 pint Elderberry, 3 clusters 1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

Huckleberry, 1 pint Mountain Ash, 3 clusters Witch Hazel, 3 clusters

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

FRUIT BASKET 14615

6 or more kinds of fruit, attractively displayed, minimum 3 of each species

SECTION 2 - EDIBLE NUTS (DRIED) Premium:

1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

NUTS, 10 specimens 14800 Beechnuts 14801 Butternuts 14802 Chestnuts (chinese or native) Premium: 14820

1st - $10.00

2nd - $8.00

3rd - $3.00 14803 14804 14805

4th - $2.00

Hazelnuts Hickory (shag or shell bark) Walnuts, American Black

3rd - $6.00

4th - $4.00

Assorted groups of any 5 of the above nuts. Minimum 3 of each species. - 58 -

5th - $1.00 14806 14807

Walnuts, English Any other named Nut

5th - $2.00

DEPARTMENT 14

DEPARTMENT 14 FRUIT & NUTS

DEPARTMENT 15 HOME & DAIRY PRODUCTS

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Complete baked goods must be brought to the Fair. After judging, Fair may display only a portion of the product for the Fair event. 2. Baked goods become the property of the Fair. All products must have been made by the Exhibitor. 3. Food products cannot be polluted with any substance or chemical that causes them to become poisonous or unfit to be eaten. 4. All baked goods must be on cardboard that is foil-covered or clear plastic container - paper plates should NOT be used as they absorb the shortening. Clear zippered plastic bags, no twist ties. Fair will not be responsible for glass or tin plates. 5. No food requiring refrigeration will be accepted. NO cream/custard pies will be accepted. Pies should be in disposable aluminum pie plates. 6. All items entered in "Any Other" classes MUST be identified and named. Fruit breads/muffins should list type of fruit. 7. For more information or assistance, contact Charlotte Lent at 570-676-3819

SECTION 1 - BAKED PRODUCTS Premium:

1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

QUICK BREADS & MUFFINS 15010 Baking Powder Biscuits (1/2 doz) 15020 Corn Bread, 4 pieces, 2.5" x 3" 15031 Blueberry Muffins (1/2 doz) 15032 Bran Muffins (1/2 doz) 15033 Corn Muffins (1/2 doz) YEAST BREADS, 1 Loaf

15034 15035 15039 15041 15042

English Muffins (1/2 doz) Fruit Muffins (1/2 doz) Any other Muffin (must name) Fruit Bread, 1 loaf Nut Bread, 1 loaf

15043 15044 15045 15046 15047

Zucchini Bread, 1 loaf Italian Bread, 1 loaf Cheese Bread, 1 loaf French Bread, 1 loaf Any other bread (must name)

15051 Raisin Bread 15052 Rye Bread 15053 White Bread ROLLS, 1/2 DOZEN

15054 15055

Whole Wheat Bread Multi-Grain Bread

15056 15057

French Bread Other

15063 15064

Parkerhouse White

15065 15066

Whole Wheat Other

15071 Chocolate Double Layer 15072 Spice Double Layer 15073 Yellow Double Layer EGG CAKES, NOT ICED

15074 15075

White Double Layer Cupcakes, 4 (white or choc.)

15076 15079

Carrot Cake Any other Layer Cake

15081 Angel Food 15082 Chiffon LOAF CAKE

15083 15089

Sponge Any other Egg Cake

15091 Applesauce 15092 Banana ROLL CAKE

15093 15099

Oatmeal Any other Loaf Cake

15138 Jelly Roll BREAD MACHINE BREAD

15139

Any other Roll Cake

15140 French 15141 Multi-Grain 15142 Quick MISCELLANEOUS HOME PRODUCTS

15143 15144 15145

Rye Sourdough Sweet dough

15146 15147 15148

White Whole Wheat Other

15150 Decorated Cake 15151 Coffee Cake PIES, NO CREAM OR CUSTARD

15152 15153

Brownies, 1/2 dozen Gingerbread House (base - 12" x 24")

15101 Apple 15102 Blackberry 15103 Blueberry CANDY, 6 Pieces, Equal to 1/2 Pound

15104 15105 15106

Cherry Peach Rhubard

15107 15109

Shoofly Any other Pie

15111 Chocolate covered 15112 Chocolate Fudge 15113 Vanilla Fudge COOKIES, 1/2 Dozen

15114 15115 15116

Fondant Sea Foam Peanut Butter

15117 15118 15119

Molded Peanut Brittle Any other Candy

Pressed Cookies Rolled Cookies Sliced or Ice Box Cookies

15127 15128 15129

Chocolate Chip Cookies Welsh Cookies Other Cookies

Dessert Bars (1/2 doz) Muffins (1/2 doz)

15166 15169

Pie (NO Cream or Custard) Other Sugar Free

15061 15062

Cinnamon Rolls Doughnuts

DEPARTMENT 15, SECTION 1

BUTTER CAKE, ICED

15121 Bar Cookies 15124 15122 Drop Cookies 15125 15123 Filled Cookies 15126 SUGAR FREE (Recipe MUST accompany item) 15160 15161 15162

Quick Bread Cake Candy (6 pcs = 1/2 lb)

15164 15165

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SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Canned goods shall be exhibited in standard clear glass jars of pint, quart, or more; with two (2) piece lid. Must be done by Exhibitor. 2. Entries to consist of one (1) container except as otherwise stated. Rings and lids are required for all canned products.

SECTION 2 - CANNED PRODUCTS

3. All exhibits are to be marked in such a way that they cannot be shown again in years to come. 4. Tie entry tag to jar, not lid. 5. All items entered in “Any Other” classes MUST be identified and named.

6. For more information or assistance, contact Peggy Schoenagel at 676-3686 or Karen Schoenagel at 877-8706. Premiums:

1st - $3.50

2nd - $3.00

3rd - $2.50

CANNED FRUIT 15170 Apples 15171 Applesauce 15172 Apricots 15173 Blackberries 15174 Blueberries or Huckleberries 15175 Cherries, dark with pits 15176 Cherries, red, sour pitted 15177 Cherries, red with pits 15178 Cherries, white with pits 15179 Currants 15180 Elderberries

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.50

15181 15182 15183 15184 15185 15186 15187 15188 15189 15190

Grapes Peaches, halves Peaches, whole Pears, halves Pears, whole Plums Raspberries, Black Raspberries, Red Rhubarb Any Other Fruit (MUST identify/name)

CANNED VEGETABLES 15210 Asparagus 15211 Beans, green, cut 15212 Beans, green, whole 15213 Beans, lima 15214 Beans, yellow, cut 15215 Beans, yellow, whole 15216 Beets, diced 15217 Beets, halves 15218 Beets, sliced 15219 Beets, whole 15220 Beet Tops 15222 Broccoli 15223 Cabbage 15224 Carrots, diced 15225 Carrots, halves

15226 15227 15229 15230 15231 15232 15233 15234 15235 15236 15237 15238 15239 15240 15241

Carrots, sliced Carrots, whole Cauliflower Corn Endive Mixed Vegetables, at least 3 different kinds Peas Pumpkin Sauerkraut Spinach Succotash Swiss Chard Tomatoes, stewed Tomatoes, whole Any Other Vegetable (MUST identify/name)

SOUP 15270

15271

Other Soup (MUST identify/name)

Premiums:

Vegetable 1st - $6.00

2nd - $5.00

3rd - $4.00

4th - $3.00

5th - $2.00

Best Display of three containers, each of a different kind of product in a basket or on a tray: 15510 Canned Fruits, 3 15520 Canned Vegetables, 3 Premiums:

1st - $3.50

2nd - $3.00

PICKLES AND RELISHES 15281 Beans 15282 Beets 15283 Cauliflower 15300 Chow-Chow 15290 Cucumber, Bread & Butter 15291 Cucumber, Dill 15292 Cucumber, Mixed 15293 Cucumber, Mustard 15294 Cucumber, Sour 15295 Cucumber, Sweet CHUTNEY 15355 Vegetable 15356 Fruit

3rd - $2.50

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.50

15296 15284 15285 15280 15301 15303 15304 15305 15306 15309

Cucumber, Miscellaneous Onions Peppers Piccalilli Corn relish Cranberry relish Pepper relish Tomato relish Zucchini relish Miscellaneous relish

15357

Other

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DEPARTMENT 15, SECTION 2

Section 2 - Canned Products

DEPARTMENT 15, SECTION 2

SAUCES 15310 15311 15312

Catsup Chili Salsa

15313 15314 15315

Spaghetti Sauce Barbeque Others

SPICED FRUITS 15330 Apples 15331 Cantaloupes 15332 Cherries 15333 Crab Apples

15334 15335 15336 15337

Peaches Pears Quince Watermelon

JUICES 15340 15341

15342 15349

Tomato Any other

15352 15353

Herb Flavored Other Flavored

SECTION 4 - HONEY SPREADS, JAMS, JELLIES, MARMALADE, PRESERVES, DEHYDRATED FOODS Apple Grape

VINEGARS 15350 Cider 15351 Fruit Flavored Premiums:

1st - $6.00

2nd - $5.00

3rd - $4.00

4th - $3.00

5th - $2.00

Best Display of six (6) containers, each of a different variety and must be labeled: 15530 Canned Pickles and Relishes

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Section 4 - Honey Spreads, Jams, Jellies, Marmalade, Preserves, Dehydrated Foods SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Entries shall be exhibited in standard clear glass jars. Entries to consist of one (1) container except as otherwise stated. Must be made by Exhibitor and have date displayed. 2. Food products cannot be polluted with any substance or chemical that causes them to become poisonous or unfit to be used for food.. 3. Rings and lids are required for canned products. 4. No wax seals on Jams and Jellies 5. Tie entry tag to jar, not lid. 6. Items entered in “Any Other” classes MUST be identified and named. 7. For more information or assistance, contact: Karen Schoenagel at 570-877-8706

Premiums: BUTTERS 15360 15361 15362 15363 15364 15365

1st - $3.50

2nd - $3.00

3rd - $2.50

Apple Apricot Cherry Grape Orange Peach

DEPARTMENT 15, SECTION 4

HONEY SPREADS 15380 Apple 15391 Pear 15392 Pineapple

4th - $2.00 15366 15367 15368 15370 15379

Pear Plum Quince Tomato Any other

15393 15399

Quince Any other

5th - $1.50

JAMS 15401 15402 15403 15404 15405 15406

Blackberry Cherry Currant Elderberry Huckleberry or Blueberry Peach

15407 15408 15410 15411 15412 15419

Plum Raspberry, Black Raspberry, Red Rhubarb Strawberry Any other

JELLIES 15420 15421 15422 15423 15424 15425 15426 15427

Apple Blackberry Cherry Crabapple Currant Elderberry Gooseberry Grape

15428 15430 15431 15432 15433 15434 15435 15439

Huckleberry or Blueberry Peach Plum Quince Raspberry, Black Raspberry, Red Strawberry Any other

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15456 15457 15458 15459 15469

Pineapple Plum Quince Tomato, Yellow Any other

PRESERVES AND CONSERVES 15470 Apricot 15471 Blueberry 15472 Cherry 15473 Peach 15474 Pear 15475 Pineapple

15476 15477 15478 15479 15480

Plum Quince Strawberry Tomato Any other

LOW SUGAR AND SUGAR FREE - RECIPE MUST ACCOMPANY ENTRY 15490 Fruit Butter 15492 Fruit Jelly 15491 Fruit Jam 15493 Fruit Marmalade Premiums:

1st - $6.00

2nd - $5.00

3rd - $4.00

4th - $3.00

5th - $2.00

Best Display of six (6) different varieties in your own container (basket, tray, etc.) 15540 Jellies and Jams, 6 Premiums:

1st - $3.50

2nd - $3.00

3rd - $2.50

4th - $2.00

DEHYDRATED FRUITS: (1 CUP IN SEALED PLASTIC BAG) 15550 Apples 15555 15551 Apricots 15556 15552 Bananas 15557 15553 Peaches 15558 15554 Pineapples DEHYDRATED HERBS: (1 CUP IN SEALED PLASTIC BAG) 15560 Chives 15561 Dill 15562 Mint 15563 Parsley

15564 15565 15566 15569

DEHYDRATED MEATS: (5 STRIPS IN SEALED PLASTIC BAG) 15570 Beef Jerky 15572 15571 Turkey Jerky 15579

Prunes Raisins Strawberries Other

Rosemary Sweet Basil Thyme Other Venison Jerky Other

OTHER DEHYDRATED FOODS: (1 CUP IN SEALED PLASTIC BAG) 15580 Granola 15581 Trail Mix DEHYDRATED VEGETABLES: (1 CUP IN SEALED PLASTIC BAG) 15591 Beans 15593 15592 Celery 15599

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Tomatoes Other

5th - $1.50

DEPARTMENT 15, SECTION 4

MARMALADES 15450 Apricot 15451 Grape 15452 Grapefruit 15453 Orange 15454 Peach 15455 Pear

SECTION 5 - 2017 HOMEMADE CHOCOLATE CAKE CONTEST Class: 15500

Premiums:

1st - $25.00

2nd - $20.00

3rd - $15.00

1. 2.

Open to any amateur baker who is a Pennsylvania resident; one entry per person. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this Homemade Chocolate Cake contest at any other Fair in 2017. 3. Entry must be a layered chocolate cake made from "scratch" (no mixes). Pre-made mixes are not acceptable ingredients. 4. Entry must be frosted and frosting must be made from "scratch". 5. Cake recipe must feature chocolate or cocoa as a main ingredient. 6. The entire cake entry must be submitted for judging on cardboard or a disposable plate. (All pans, plates and dishes are considered disposable and will not be returned.) 7. Recipe must be submitted with the entry, printed on one side of 8 1/2" x 11" paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and the preparation instructions. Entrant's name, age, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. PA preferred product labels must be attached to the recipe. All recipes and cakes will become the property of the Fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned. 8. Refrigeration is not available at the Fair or the PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons. 9. Judging Criteria: Flavor (aroma, taste, good balance of flavorings)................................................................................ 30 points Texture (moist and tender crumb; not soggy or dry).......................................................................... 25 points Inside Characteristics (even grain, evenly baked, free from air pockets)....................................... 20 points Outside Characteristics (uniform shape/size/surface; overall appeal)............................................. 15 points Frosting (taste, texture, even color).................................................................................................... 10 points TOTAL.................................................................................................................................................. 100 points 10. For more information or assistance, contact: June Phillips at 570-676-3202 First Place Winner is eligible for the 2018 PA Farm Show competition. Prizes for the 2018 PA Farm Show Competition: 1st - $500, 2nd - $250, 3rd - $100 Sponsored by: PA State Assoc. of County Fairs

SECTION 6 - BLUE RIBBON APPLE PIE CONTEST

DEPARTMENT 15

Class: 15600

Premiums:

1st - $10.00

2nd - $9.00

3rd - $8.00

1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident; one entry per person. 2. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this Blue Ribbon Apple Pie Contest at any other Fair in 2017. 3. Exhibitor is not limited to a "traditional" two-crusted apple pie. We are looking for a variety of fillings in the pies; the pie MUST include at least 60% apples in the filling. 4. The entire pie must be submitted for judging in a disposable pie pan. (All pans, plates and dishes are considered disposable and will not be returned.) 5. Recipe for the pie and crust must be submitted with the entry, printed on one side of 8 1/2" x 11" paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and the preparation instructions. Entrant's name, age, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. All recipes and cakes will become the property of the Fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned. 6. Refrigeration is not available at the Fair or the PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons. 7. Judging Criteria: Flavor......................................................................................................... 30 points Filling (consistency, doneness, moistness and flavor)...................... 25 points Crust (color, flavor, texture, doneness).............................................. 20 points Overall Appearance................................................................................ 15 points Creativity............................................................................................... 10 points TOTAL.................................................................................................. 100 points 8. For more information or assistance, contact: June Phillips at 570-676-3202 First Place Winner is eligible for the 2018 PA Farm Show competition. Prizes for the Blue Ribbon Apple Pie Winner: 1st - $500, 2nd - $250, 3rd - $100, 4th - Ribbon, 5th - Ribbon At the PA Farm Show level, this contest is jointly sponsored by: The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and the Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs.

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Class: 15700 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Premiums:

1st - $25.00

2nd - $15.00

3rd - $10.00

Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this Angel Food Cake Contest at any other Fair in 2017. Entry must be an Angel Food Cake made from "scratch". Pennsylvania produced and packed eggs are requested to be used if at all possible. Please look for the PEQAP or PA Preferred logo or PA packaging dates on the carton. The entire cake entry must be submitted for judging on cardboard. (All pans, plates, and dishes are considered disposable and will not be returned.) Recipe(s), listing the ingredients and the preparation instructions must be submitted with the entry (printed on one side of 8 1/2" x 11" paper). Entrant's name, age, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. All recipes and cakes will become the property of the Fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned. Refrigeration is NOT available at the Fair or the PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons. Judging Criteria: Flavor (smell, taste, flavoring)............................................................... 30 points Inside Characteristics (texture & lightness)....................................... 25 points Overall Appearance (surface, size, color)......................................... 20 points Creativity.................................................................................................. 15 points Topping, Icing or Decoration............................................................. 10 points TOTAL.................................................................................................. 100 points For more information or assistance, contact: June Phillips at 570-676-3202

DEPARTMENT 15, SECTION 7

SECTION 7 - THE INCREDIBLE ANGEL FOOD CAKE CONTEST

First Place Winner is eligible for the 2018 PA Farm Show competition. Prizes for the PA State Angel Food Winners: 1st - $500, 2nd - $250, 3rd - $100 Sponsored by: Pennsylvania Egg Farmers & Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs

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DEPARTMENT 16 EVERGREEN TREES SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Trees to be exhibited shall be within 5' - 7' range, measuring from the bottom of the handle to the top of the tip. 2. No trees may be exhibited that have been sprayed with, or have, artificial color, or other chemicals added in any manner. 3. No trees may be exhibited with limbs or foliage added that did not grow naturally in place. 4. Trees may be naturally grown or sheared and shaped by the Exhibitor. 5. No holders should accompany trees. All trees will be supported in like manner. 6. Refer to General Rules. 7. For more information or assistance, contact: Carroll Krautter at 570-676-3792

SECTION 1 - EVERGREEN TREES Premium: 16010 16020 16030 16040

1st - $30.00

2nd - $24.00

Austrian Pine Balsam Fir Concolor Fir Douglas Fir

3rd - $20.00 16050 16060 16070 16080

4th - $18.00

Red Pine Scotch Pine Blue Spruce Norway Spruce

5th - $16.00 16090 16100 16110 16120

White Spruce White Pine Black Hill Spruce Frazer Fir

16200 16201

1st - $10.00

2nd - $9.00

3rd - $8.00

Real Christmas Wreath - 18"x24" 16202 Real Christmas Wreath - over 24" 16203

4th - $7.00

Princess Pine Real Wreath, decorated

5th - $6.00 16204 16205

Pine Cone Pine Cone, decorated

SECTION 3 - GARLAND Premium: 16205

1st - $10.00

2nd - $9.00

3rd - $8.00

4th - $7.00

Garland, 6 ft. long - 64 -

5th - $6.00

DEPARTMENT 16

SECTION 2 - WREATHS Premium:

DEPARTMENT 17 - FLORAL DEPARTMENT 17 EXHIBITS FLORAL EXHIBITS

SPECIAL INFORMATION:

1. The use or display of artificial flowers or fruits is prohibited and no premiums will be paid. 2. Plants will not be accepted for exhibition unless they have been growing in containers for two months. 3. The management will not undertake the task of returning exhibits and will not be responsible for the return of exhibits. Baskets or containers must be supplied by the exhibitor and will be given every possible care but the Fair assumes no responsibility for their safety. Exhibitors must remove their own containers from the fairgrounds after the fair. 4. Flowers or plants entered for competition must be more than ordinary standard and quality to be entitled to an award. House plants should be cleaned for Show purpose. 5. All entries must be grown by the exhibitor except in arrangement classes. 6. Exhibits in cut flowers must be cut flowers grown by the Exhibitor and must conform to the number of blooms, spikes, or stems specified in each class. It is suggested that some foliage be left on entries. 7. The uniformity of height, color, or size is an important factor in evaluation entries. 8. Flowers in each entry must be of one color and variety unless otherwise stated. 9. Please do not use cut-off detergent bottles for exhibit containers. 10. NO arrangement containers over 24” tall will be accepted. 11. Refer to General Rules. 12. For further information or assistance, contact: Teri Field at 570-390-9258 (Sections 1 & 2) Betty Roach at 570-676-4729 (Sections 3, 4, & 5)

SECTION 1 1- -FLOWERING HOUSE PLANTS Section Flowering House Plants Premiums:

1st - $3.00

2nd - $2.50

3rd - $2.00

4th - $1.50

AFRICAN VIOLETS, ANY COLOR OR BI-COLOR 17011 Single 17012 Double WAX BEGONIAS, FIBROUS, ROOTED, IN BLOOM 17021 Single, any color 17022 Double, any color BEGONIAS, TUBEROUS, ROOTED, IN BLOOM 17031 Single or Semi-Double, any color 17032 Double, any color FUSCHIA 17035 Fuschia GERANIUMS 17041 Flowering only, any color IVY GERANIUM 17042 Flowering only, any color IMPATIENS 17051 Single 17052 Double

5th - $1.00

17013

Variegated Leaf

17029

Any other variety

17033

Hanging Basket, any variety, any color

17053

New Guinea

17073

Foliage and Flowering in one container

FLOWERING HOUSE PLANT 17061 Any other meritorious, not mentioned above HANGING BASKET 17071 Flowering, one kind only 17072 Flowering, multi house plants

DEPARTMENT 17

WINDOW BOX 17074 Window Box MULTI PLANTER 17075 Planter Multi HIBISCUS 17076 Hibiscus ORCHIDS 17078 17079 17080 17081 17082

Catteya and Allied Genera Phaleanopsis and Allied Genera Cypripedium Cypripedium Alliance Oncidiums

17083 17084 17085 17086 - 65 -

Dendrobium Vanda and Allied Genera Odontoglossum Zygopetalum

1st - $3.00

2nd - $2.50

3rd - $2.00

BEGONIAS, FOLIAGE TYPE 17081 Large leaf, any variety CACTI 17091 17092 17093

Christmas, Easter, etc... Desert Succulent

COLEUS, ANY LEAF COLOR 17101 One pot EPISIA 17111

Any leaf color

FERNS 17121 17122

Boston Asparagus

GERANIUMS 17131 Ivy, any variety 17132 Scented, any variety

4th - $1.50

5th - $1.00

17082

Small leaf, any variety

17090 17099

Cactus Garden, 3 or more varieties Any other Cacti variety not mentioned above

17102

Planter

17123 17129

Rabbit’s Foot Any other variety

17133

Variegated foliage

17143 17144

Grape Swedish

17163

Flowers

17180 17181 17182 17183

Oregano Coriander NEW Lavender NEW Any Other

17186

Potash

17195 17196 17197

Snake Plant Aloe Others

17213

Planter Multi

DEPT 17, SEC 2

Premiums:

Section - Foliage HousePLANTS Plants SECTION 2-2 FOLIAGE HOUSE

HENS & CHICKS 17136 Hens & Chicks IVY 17141 17142

Green Variegated

DISH GARDEN OR FOLIAGE PLANTS: 17151 One or more specimens in a container TERRARIUMS OR ARRANGEMENT 17161 In a closed container TOPIARY 17162

Foliage only

HERB PLANTS, POTTED 17171 Chives 17172 Dill 17173 Mint 17174 Parsley 17175 Rosemary

17176 17177 17178 17179

Sweet Basil Anise NEW Thyme Sage

PHILODENDRON 17185 Philodendron MISCELLANEOUS PLANTS 17191 Palm 17192 Baby Tears 17193 Rubber 17194 Prayer Plant HANGING BASKET 17201 Foliage only

ADD ITION AL INFORM ATION: 1.

. It is suggested that some foliage be left on entries.

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DEPT 17, SEC 3

Section 3 - Specimen Flowers - Annuals

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FOLIAGE HOUSE PLANT 17211 Any other meritorious plant not mentioned above 17212 Window Box

Premiums:

1st - $2.00

2nd - $1.75

3rd - $1.50

4th - $1.25

5th - $1.00

AGERATUM 17221 Five stems ASTER 17231

Five blooms

3 - SPECIMEN FLOWERS - ANNUALS BELLS OFSECTION IRELAND 17241

Five stems

BACHELOR BUTTONS 17251 Five blooms BALSAM 17261

One stem

CALENDULA 17271 Three blooms CELOSIA 17281

Crested, one stem

17282

CLEOME 17291 COSMOS 17301

Five blooms

DAHLIAS 17511 17512 17513 17514

Cactus, one bloom Decorative, one bloom Pom-Pom, three blooms Single, three blooms

17515 17516 17517

Dinner plate, one bloom Ball, three blooms Button, three blooms

17313

French

17322

Double

PETUNIAS, FIVE BLOOMS 17351 Single

17352

Double

SALVIA, FIVE BLOOMS 17371 Red 17372 Peach

17373 17379

Purple Other

GLADIOLUS, ONE SPIKE 17521 Flowering MARIGOLDS, FIVE BLOOMS 17311 American, lemon colored 17312 American, orange colored NASTURTIUMS, FIVE BLOOMS 17321 Single NICOTIANA 17331 One stem

DEPARTMENT 17, SECTION 3

PANSY 17341

Five blooms

SCABIOSA 17381 Five blooms SNAPDRAGONS 17391 Five spikes STRAWFLOWERS, FIVE BLOOMS 17401 May be mixed colors SUNFLOWERS, ONE STEM 17405 Small, decorative SWEET ALYSSUM 17411 Three stems VERBENA 17421 Five blooms

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Premiums:

1st - $4.00

17433 2nd - $3.00

3rd - $2.50

Small, under 2” 4th - $2.00

5th - $1.50

BEST OF MY GARDEN 17441 Ten different varieties of cut annuals

SECTION 4 - SPECIMEN FLOWERS - PERENNIALS Section 4 - Specimen Flowers - Perennials

DEPT 17, SEC 3 |

ZINNIAS, THREE BLOOMS 17431 Giant, 4” and over 17432 Medium, 2” and over

ADD ITION AL INFORM ATION: 1. Exhibits in this section must be flowers grown by the Exhibitor and must conform to the number of blooms, spikes, or stems specified in each class. 2. Refer to General Rules and SPECIAL INFORMATION. Premiums:

1st - $2.00

2nd - $1.75

3rd - $1.50

ASTILBE 17450 One stem CHRYSANTHEMUMS, FIVE STEMS 17451 Single or daisy type 17452 Spider or Japanese type 17453 Pom-Pom, small DELPHINIUM 17461 One spike

4th - $1.25

5th - $1.00

17454 17455 17459

Pom-Pom, large Anemone type Any other

17474

Monarda/Balm, Red

17483 17484

Grandiflora Miniature

DIANTHUS 17471 Hardy Pinks, five blooms GOLDEN GLOW 17464 One stem HOLLYHOCK 17468 One stem HONESTY 17496 Money Plant JAPANESE LANTERN 17497 Japanese Lantern HYDRANGEA 17531 Three stems LAVENDER 17472 Lavender, five spikes LILY 17541 Any variety, one stem MONARDA/BEE BALM, THREE STEMS 17473 Monarda/Balm, Purple/Lavender PHLOX 17500 Phlox, 1 stem ROSES, ONE STEM 17481 Hybrid Tea, any color 17482 Floribunda

RUDBECKIA, FIVE BLOOMS 17495 Gloriosa Daisy SEDUM 17498 Sedum, 1 Stem Premiums:

1st - $3.00

2nd - $2.50

3rd - $2.00

4th - $1.75

VASE OF PERENNIALS 17501 Five stems, each different 17502 Pot of forced bulbs, 12” pot - 68 -

5th - $1.50

DEPARTMENT 17, SEC 4

ROSE OF SHARON 17491 Three stems

DEPT 17, SEC 5

Section 5 - Artistic Arrangements SECTION 5 - ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Maximum care will be taken of the containers and accessories until they are reclaimed by the Exhibitor but the Fair cannot be held responsible for any damage or loss. 2. Flowers used in artistic arrangements need not be grown by the Exhibitor; however, NO artificial, plastic or silk flowers or fruits are acceptable and will be disqualified. Accessories may be used where appropriate. 3. NO arrangement containers over 18” tall will be accepted. 4. Refer to General Rules. Premiums:

1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

SUNFLOWERS 17551 Arrangement using Sunflowers ARRANGEMENT IN A LUNCH BOX 17552 Arrangement in Purple NEW DAHLIA 17553

Dahlia Arrangement

PITCHER 17554

Flowers arranged in pitcher

BIRD HOUSE 17555 Arrangement with Bird House ARRANGEMENT IN BEAN POT 17556 Bean Pot DRIED MATERIALS 17557 Swag or Garland using dried materials 17560 Arrangement BASKET 17558

Arrangement in a Basket

TABLE CENTERPIECE 17559 Arrangement with a candle 17561 Arrangement in Purple NEW ENAMELWARE 17562 Arrangement of flowers in enamelware container HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENT 17563 Arrangement with a 100th Anniversary theme

NEW

UNUSUAL CONTAINER 17564 Arrangement of flowers in a wheelbarrow, rooted NEW Arrangement of flowers in a wheelbarrow, cut flowers 17565

DEPT 17, SEC 6

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ARRANGEMENT IN WORK BOOT OR SHOE 17566 Arrangement in footwear, work boot or shoe, rooted NEW Arrangement in footwear, work boot or shoe, cut flowers 17567

SPECIAL INFORMATION:

Section 6 - Florists

1. Ribbons only will be awarded r -- no premiums will be paid. After judging, the Florist may advertise their place of business with a sign no larger than 9” x 12”. FLORIST ARRANGEMENTS 17571 Corsage 17572 New Baby Arrangement 17573 Dried Material Arrangement

17574 17575 17576 - 69 -

Wedding Arrangement Holiday Arrangement 25th Anniversary

SPECIA L INFORM ATION: SPECIAL ATION : Eachexhibit exhibittotoconsist consistofofone onelaundered launderedand andironed ironed(or (ordry drycleaned) cleaned)garment. garment. 1.1.Each 2.2.Each garment to be judged on material, color, design, suitability and workmanship. Each garment to be judged on material, color, design, suitability and workmanship. 3.3.All r. . Allarticles articlesmust musthave havebeen beenmade madebybythe theexhibitor exhibitorsince sincethe theclose closeofoflast lastyear’s year ’sFai Fair 4. No machine knitted items accepted. Open to amateurs only. No machine knitted itemsand accepted. Open to amateurs only. 5.4.Please state size of afghans quilts entered. Please state of afghans and quilts entered. 6.5.Items need to size be dated. 7.6.If Refer department headRules. feels item has been entered in past years it will be to General 8.7.Refer to General Rules For more information on Section 1, 3 or 4 call Jodi Chapman at 676-4466. 9. For or 4Ronda call Jodi Chapman at 570-676-4466 Formore moreinformation informationononSection Section1,23call Gilpin at 766-8245. For more information on Section 2 call Karen Gifford 570-676-4140

SECTION 1 - CLOTHING

Section 1 - Clothing Premiums: APRON 18011 18012 Premiums:

1st - $4.00

2nd - $3.50

3rd - $3.00

Child’s Coverall 1st - $8.00

18013 18014 2nd - $7.00

3rd - $5.00

CHILDREN’S GARMENTS 18021 Blouse 18022 Coat (boy or girl) 18023 Dress 18024 Pants (boy or girl) Premiums:

1st - $16.00

2nd - $13.00

3rd - $10

DRESS 18041 18043 18044 JACKET 18051

1st - $8.00

2nd - $7.00

3rd - $5.00

5th - $2.00

Shirt Skirt Suit (boy or girl) 4th - $7.00

18033 18034

5th - $2.00

Fancy Half 4th - $3.50

18025 18026 18027

LADIES COAT 18031 Blend 18032 Cotton Premiums:

4th - $2.50

5th - $4.00

Silk Wool 4th - $3.50

5th - $2.00

Cotton Silk or Blend Synthetic Fabric

18045 18046

Wool Gown (evening or wedding)

Ladies

18052

Man’s

PAJAMAS 18061 Child’s 18062 Ladies

18063

Man’s

ROBE 18064 18065

18066

Man’s

NIGHTGOWN 18067 Child’s

18068

Ladies

BLOUSE 18071

Cotton

18072

Silk or blend

SKIRT 18081

Cotton

18082

Silk or blend

18113

Wool

Child’s Ladies

CULOTTES 18091 Culottes SLACKS 18111 18112

Blend Cotton

SHIRT 18101

Man’s - 70 - 66 - -

DEPARTMENT 18, SECTION 1

DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT18 18- -NEEDLECRAFTS NEEDLECRAFTS

DEPT 18, SEC 1

Premiums:

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $7.00

SUIT, MAN’S 18121 Blend 18122 Cotton SUIT, LADIES 18131 Blend 18132 Cotton Premiums:

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1st - $12.00

VEST 18141 18142

4th - $6.00 18123

5th - $5.00

Wool

18133 Wool SECTION 2 - NEEDLEWORK

1st - $7.00

2nd - $6.00

3rd - $5.00

Man’s Ladies

4th - $4.00 18143

5th - $3.00

Child’s

Section 2 - Needlework Premiums:

1st - $12.00

2nd - $11.00

3rd - $10.00

BEDSPREADS 18151 Crocheted, solid 18152 Embroidered

DEPARTMENT 18, SEC 2

Premiums:

1st - $8.00

18153 2nd - $7.00

3rd - $5.00

4th - $9.00

5th - $8.00

Knitted 4th - $3.50

5th - $2.00

CENTERPIECES 18160 Applique 18162 Candlewicking 18163 Crewel 18164 Crocheted Edge 18165 Crocheted Solid 18166 Cross Stitch 18167 Cut Work

18168 18169 18171 18172 18173 18174

Drawn Work Embroidered Handwoven Knitted Tatting Edge Tatting Solid

CUSHIONS AND CUSHION TOP 18180 Candlewicking 18182 Counted Cross Stitch 18183 Crewel Edge 18184 Crocheted Edge 18185 Embroidered 18186 Handwoven

18187 18188 18189 18191 18199

Knitted Needlepoint Novelty Punch or Latch Hook Other

LUNCHEON CLOTH (WITH NAPKINS) 18200 Applique 18201 Candlewicking 18202 Crewel 18203 Crocheted Edge 18204 Crocheted Solid

18205 18206 18207 18208 18209

Cross Stitch Cut Work Drawn Threadwork Embroidered Tatting Edge

TABLECLOTHS 18210 Applique 18211 Crewel 18212 Crocheted Solid 18213 Crocheted Edge 18214 Cross Stitch

18215 18216 18217 18219 18220

Cut Work Drawn Threadwork Embroidered Tatting Other

PILLOWCASE 18221 Applique 18222 Candlewicking 18223 Counted Cross Stitch 18224 Crewel 18225 Crocheted Edge

18226 18227 18228 18229 18231

Cross Stitch Cut Work Drawn Threadwork Embroidered Tatting Edge

DRESSER SCARVES 18232 Applique 18233 Candlewicking 18234 Crewel 18235 Crocheted Edge 18236 Crocheted Solid 18237 Cross Stitch

18238 18239 18240 18241 18242 18243

Cut Work Drawn Threadwork Embroidered Handwoven Tatting Edge Tatting Solid

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Christmas Other Drawn Threadwork Embroidered Tatting Edge Counted Cross Stitch Other Embroidered Needlepoint on canvas Other

WALL HANGINGS - (MUST BE READY TO HANG) 18281 Handwoven 18282 Latch Hook

18283 18284

Punch Work Quilted

MACHINE EMBROIDERY 18286 Decorative

18287

Useful

CAPS OR HATS 18291 Crocheted

18292

Knitted

18303

Tatting Edge

LEGWARMERS - (STUFFED TO STAND) 18311 Crocheted

18312

Knitted

GLOVES OR MITTENS 18321 Crocheted

18322

Knitted

PURSES 18331 18332

Crocheted Knitted

18333 18339

Needlepoint on canvas Any other

SLIPPERS 18341 18342

Child’s Crocheted Child’s Knitted

18343 18344

Adult’s Crocheted Adult’s Knitted

SOCKS 18351

Socks

ANY OTHER SMALL ITEMS 18371 Crocheted

18372

Knitted

COAT 18381

Crocheted

18382

Knitted

DRESS 18391

Crocheted

18392

Knitted

STOLE, SHAWL, OR PONCHO 18401 Crocheted Child 18402 Knitted Child 18403 Handwoven Child

18404 18405 18406

Crocheted Adult Knitted Adult Handwoven Adult

SUIT 18411

18412

Knitted

SWEATSHIRT 18543 Counted Cross Stitch 18544 Embroidered

18545 18546

Applique Other

CAP, BOOTIE, AND SWEATER SET 18421 Crocheted

18422

Knitted

SWEATER, CARDIGAN 18431 Child’s Crocheted 18432 Child’s Knitted 18433 Man’s Crocheted

18434 18435 18436

Man’s Knitted Ladies Crocheted Ladies Knitted

HANDKERCHIEF 18301 Crocheted Edge 18302 Embroidered

Crocheted

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DEPARTMENT 18, SECTION 2

DOLLS/ANIMAL CLOTHING ON PURCHASED DOLL/ANIMAL 18245 Crocheted 18247 18246 Knitted 18248 TOWELS 18260 Applique 18265 18261 Crewel 18266 18262 Crocheted Edge 18267 18263 Cross Stitch 18268 18264 Cut Work 18269 PICTURES - (MUST BE READY TO HANG) 18271 Counted Cross Stitch 18274 18272 Cross Stitch 18276 18273 Crewel Work 18277

DEPARTMENT 18, SECTION 2

SWEATER, PULLOVER 18441 Child’s Crocheted 18442 Child’s Knitted 18443 Man’s Crocheted

18444 18445 18446

Man’s Knitted Ladies Crocheted Ladies Knitted

18454

Man’s Knitted

BABY BUNTING 18461 Crocheted 18462 Knitted

18469

Other

BABY BLANKET 18471 Crocheted 18472 Embroidered 18473 Knitted

18474 18475

Quilted Other

VEST 18451 18452 18453

Premiums:

Child’s Crocheted Child’s Knitted Man’s Crocheted

Ladies Crocheted SECTION 3 - AFGHANS18455 AND QUILTS 18456 Ladies Knitted

1st - $4.00

2nd - $3.50

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.50

5th - $2.00

HOTPADS 18361 Crocheted 18362 Knitted

18363

Others

PLACEMATS 18480 Counted Cross Stitch 18482 Embroidered 18484 Knitted

18486 18487

Needlepoint on canvas Crocheted Solid

18491

Other

18538 18539 18540 18541

Tissue Box cover Christmas Items Other Holiday Items Others

NEEDLEPOINT (ON CANVAS) 18490 Tissue Box NEEDLEWORK (ON PLASTIC CANVAS) 18530 Picture 18531 Purse 18532 Placemats 18533 Coasters 18534 Napkin Rings

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Section 3 - Afghans and Quilts (Please state size and class on entry form)

DEPARTMENT 18, SECTION 3

Premiums:

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $8.00

4th - $6.00

5th - $4.00

AFGHANS - SMALL (UNDER 48” X 60”) 18601 Crocheted 18602 Knitted 18603 Ripple 18604 Woven

18605 18606 18607

Christmas Knitted Christmas Crocheted Other

AFGHANS - MEDIUM (UNDER 60” X 72”) 18611 Crocheted 18612 Knitted 18613 Ripple 18614 Woven

18615 18616 18617

Christmas Knitted Christmas Crocheted Christmas Other

Premiums:

1st - $24.00

2nd - $20.00

3rd - $16.00

4th - $14.00

5th - $12.00

AFGHANS - LARGE (OVER 60” X 72”) 18621 Crocheted 18622 Knitted 18623 Ripple 18624 Woven

18625 18626 18627

Christmas Knitted Christmas Crocheted Other

QUILT - HANDQUILTED 18630 Applique 18632 Candlewicking 18633 Cross Stitch 18634 Embroidered 18635 Floral

18636 18637 18638 18639

Novelty Pieced Traditional Other

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1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.00

3rd - $8.00

4th - $6.00

5th - $4.00

QUILT, MACHINE QUILTED 18640 18642 18643 18644 18645

Applique Candlewicking Cross Stitch Embroidered Floral

18646 18647 18648 18649

Novelty Pieced Traditional Other

18662 18663

Pillow Place Mats (2)

18668 18669

Pillow Place Mats (2)

DEPT 18, SEC 3

Premium:

QUILTED ITEM, HAND QUILTED 18660 18661

Wall Hanging Table Runner

QUILTED ITEM, MACHINE QUILTED Wall Hanging Table Runner

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18666 18667

SECTION 4 - RUGS 1st - $15.00

18651 18652 Premium:

Braided Rugs Crocheted Rugs 1st - $8.00

18654 18655

2nd - $13.00

Punch Work Rugs Latch Hook Rugs

3rd - $11.00 18653

2nd - $7.00

5th - $7.00

4th - $5.00

5th - $4.00

Woven Rugs

3rd - $6.00 18656

4th - $9.00

Hooked Rugs

DEPT 18, SEC 4

Premium:

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DEPARTMENT 19 ARTS - CRAFTS - PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL INFORMATION:

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DEPARTMENT 19

1. All entries must be made in Pennsylvania since the close of last year's Fair and by the Exhibitor ONLY. 2. If the Fair Management believes that any exhibit was shown previously, that exhibit may be refused and/or disqualified from judging. 3. Entries in Sections 1 and 4 MUST BE FRAMED AND PREPARED TO HANG USING SECURE PICTURE WIRE AND EYE HOOKS. Absolutely NO exhibits using tape, string, saw teeth, staples, etc. will be accepted for exhibit. For display purpose, Entry Tags MUST be displayed on the upper right hand corner of all art and photography. 4. One entry per class, per person. Section 1 - If sets are entered, no more than two (2) articles per set. Section 2 craft entries with multiple pieces will be judged as a set. 5. Items cannot be entered in other classes if there is a specific class already offered (ie, you may not enter a porcelain doll in "Creative Works, Decorative" because there is already a "Doll, Porcelain" class). 6. Names on paintings MUST be covered for judging. Ceramic and porcelain articles should have identification marks to indicate that they are originals and MUST be dated. 7. In Section 4 - Professional - Ribbons only will be awarded. No premiums will be paid; however, after judging, the Artist or Photographer may advertise their work with their name on a sign no larger than 5"x7". 8. No computer-altered photos will be accepted in the photography classes. 9. Refer to General Rules. 10. For more information or assistance, contact Valerie Frank at 484-624-7896 (Section 1 & 4) Ronda Gilpin at 570-780-6220 (Section 2)

SECTION 1 - PAINTINGS & FINE ART WORK Premium:

1st - $12.00

2nd - $10.50

3rd - $8.50

4th - $6.50

5th - $4.50

ARTWORK (all work must be framed and equipped with eye hooks and wire for hanging) 19002 19004 19005 19006 19007

Calligraphy Charcoal Collage Colored Pencil Crayon

19009 19010 19011 19012 19013

Computer Generated Mixed Media Felt Tip Market Pastel Pen & Ink Drawing

19014 19015 19018 19019 19020

Pencil Drawing Print, Screen Printed Scratchboard Etching (not glass) Print, Woodblock

PAINTING, ACRYLIC (must be framed and equipped with eye hooks and wire for hanging) 19100 Abstract 19103 Marine (water,seascape,boats) 19106 Still Life/Flowers 19101 Animal 19104 Portrait/Figure (no nudes) 19107 Other 19102 Landscape 19105 Rural Farm Building/Scenes PAINTING, OIL (must be framed and equipped with eye hooks and wire for hanging) 19200 Abstract 19203 Marine (water,seascape,boats) 19206 19201 Animal 19204 Portrait/Figure (no nudes) 19207 19202 Landscape 19205 Rural Farm Building/Scenes

Still Life/Flowers Other

PAINTING, WATERCOLOR (must be framed and equipped with eye hooks and wire for hanging) 19300 Abstract 19303 Marine (water,seascape,boats) 19306 Still Life/Flowers 19301 Animal 19304 Portrait/Figure (no nudes) 19307 Other 19302 Landscape 19305 Rural Farm Building/Scenes

SECTION 1 - PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL INFORMATION:

1. All work must be framed & equipped with eye hooks and wire for hanging. 2. EXHIBITOR LIMITED TO 15 ENTRIES IN SECTION 1 - PHOTOGRAPHY. Premium:

1st - $10.00

2nd - $8.00

3rd - $6.00

4th - $5.00

5th - $4.00

PHOTOGRAHY: BLACK & WHITE, 5" x 7" up to 8" x 12" (Mat & Frame not to exceed 14" x 17") 19021 19022 19024 19025

Animal Kingdom Still Life (arrangement) People Architectural

19026 19027 19028 19029

Portrait Scenic Inanimate (ie, trains, rocks, etc) Shadows/Patterns

19030 19031 19032

Action Other Subject Flower(s)

DEPARTMENT 19, SECTION 1

PHOTOGRAHY: COLOR, 5" x 7" up to 8" x 12" (Mat & Frame not to exceed 14" x 17") 19501 19502 19503 19504 19505 19506

Animal, Domestic Animal, Wild Still Life (arrangement) Flower(s) People Action

19507 19508 19509 19510 19511 19512

Portrait Scenic (not sunrise/sunset) Sunrise or Sunset Inanimate (ie, non-living) Insects Humorous

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19513 19514 19515 19516

Shadows/Patterns Panoramic View/Scenic (not film size) Theme: 100th Anniversary NEW Scenic with Architectural Buildings

DEPARTMENT 19, SECTION 2

Section 2 -Arts & Crafts Premiums:

1st - $12.00

BASKETS, dated 19000 Hand-woven

2nd - $10.50

3rd - $8.50

4th - $6.50 19001

5th - $4.50

Purchased & Decorated

SECTION 2 - ARTS & CRAFTS

BEAD WORK (No clothing or jewelry) 19005 Bead Work CANING 19010

Caning

CERAMICS - MUST BE DATED, MARKED AND MUST BE FROM MOLD (SEE SPECIAL RULE #6) 19015 Underglaze Piece 19022 Planter/Flower Pot 19016 Christmas Item 19023 Clock 19017 Easter Item 19024 Birds 19018 Halloween Item 19025 Animals 19019 Thanksgiving Item 19026 Human Figurines 19020 Other Holiday Item 19027 Others CHINA PAINTING 19030

19031

Other

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS - (No Ornaments) (No painting on Flatwood, Metal or Slate), dated 19040 Angel (3 dimensional) 19043 Snowman (3 dimensional) 19041 Centerpiece 19044 Christmas Article, Decorative 19042 Santa (3 dimensional) 19045 Christmas Article, Useful CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS ON FLATWOOD, METAL OR SLATE 19047 Decorative Painting CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS - (No more than 2 of each ornament) must be ready to hang 19050 Needlework 19054 Natural Materials (i.e. pinecones, seedpods, etc.) 19051 Beaded 19055 Wooden - painted 19052 Satin Ornament - decorated 19056 Other 19053 Glass Ornament- decorated CLAY - HANDMADE WORK (Must be dated and marked, see Rule 6) 19062 19060 19061 Animal 19063 COMPUTER GENERATED (with matching envelope), dated 19066 Stationery 19068 19067 Note Cards 19069

rown) rown) Invitations (i.e. wedding, shower, birthday party, etc.) Greeting Card

CONE NUT, SEED WORK (no wreaths) 19070 Cone Nut, Seed Work (no wreaths) CREATIVE/DECORATED PICTURE FRAME 19075 Picture Frame CREATIVE RUBBER STAMPING (i.e. cards. stationary) 19076 Rubber Stamp CREATIVE SCRAPBOOKING (not just a decorated cover) 19077 Scrapbook CREATIVE FLOWER 19078 Flower CREATIVE WORKS (SEE RULE #5 UNDER DEPT. 19 SPECIAL INFORMATION:), dated 19079 Decorative Creative Work 19080 Useful Creative Work DECORATED REAL EGGS 19085 Ethnic (Pysanky - Ukrainian Easter eggs) DECORATIVE PAINTING, dated 19089 19090 On wood, freehand design 19091 On metal, freehand design 19092 On slate, freehand design DECOUPAGE 19096 Decoupage

19086 19093 19094 19095

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Other

DOOR WREATHS 19097 All Occasion 19098 Christmas 19099 Harvest/Fall/Thanksgiving

19100 19101

Spring/Easter Other Holiday

DOOR DECORATION 19106 Holiday (no wreaths) 19107 All occasion (no wreaths)

19108

Decorated Hat

DOLLS - (DOLL ITSELF MUST BE HANDCRAFTED) 19115 Christmas 19116 Cloth 19117 Porcelain

19118 19119

Paper twist Other

19127 19128

Doll House Furnitur Doll House Accessories - Handcra d (no furniture)

MINIATURES 19125 19126 Doll House - Miniature Room FANCIFUL BIRD HOUSES, dated 19132 Bird House

FURNITURE, dated 19134 Furniture GARDEN ART (POTS MARKERS, STAKES, STONES, ETC) dated 19136 Garden Art HAND WOVEN PIECES (NOT BASKETS OR CANING) 19138 Hand Woven Pieces JEWELRY - HANDMADE (INCLUDING ENAMELED) 19140 Handmade Jewelry ORIGINAL CREATIONS USING RECYCLED MATERIALS 19142 Decorative 19143

Useful

PREFORMED PAPER MACHÉ, DECORATED OR PAINTED 19152 Preformed Paper Maché QUILLING, PAPER CRAFT, SCHERENSCHNITTE 19153 SILK FLOWERS 19155 Holiday Arrangement 19156 Other arrangement STAINED GLASS 19160 Lamp 19161 Suncatcher STUFFED ANIMAL 19166 Handmade STENCILING 19170 On fabric (no clothing) 19171 On wood

19157

Swag/Garland

19162 19163

Large piece (Larger than 18” x 18”) Small piece (Smaller than 18” x 18”)

19167

Purchased & decorated

19172 19173

On metal On slate

19178

Other

19186 19187 19188 19189

Animal (In the Round) Animal (Relief) Landscape (Relief) Other

19193 19194

Clock Useful (no furniture)

DEPARTMENT 19, SECTION 2

TIN PUNCH 19175 Tin Punch WEARABLE ART 19177 Batik, tie-dyed, screen printed WOOD BURNING 19180 Wood Burning WOODCARVING 19182 Birds / Fowl (In the Round) 19183 Birds / Fowl (Relief) 19184 Caricature (In the Round) 19185 Caricature (Relief) WOODCRAFT 19190 Decorative (no furniture) 19191 Bird/Squirrel feeder 19192 Yard art

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Artist or Photographer may advertise their work with their name on a sign no larger than 5” x 7”. Premiums:

First place ribbon only - no cash award

ART 19410 Charcoal Drawing 19420 Pencil Drawing 19430 Pen and Ink Drawing 19440 Oil Painting 19450 Water Color PHOTOGRAPHY: BLACK & WHITE 19461 People 19462 Scenic 19463 Still Life PHOTOGRAPHY: COLOR 19471 People 19472 Scenic 19473 Still Life

19451

Computer Generated

19453 19454

Mechanical Drawing Architectural Drawing

19464 19465 19466

Portrait Animals Computer Generated

19474 19475 19476

Portrait Animals Computer Generated

19452 Acrylic SECTION 4 - PROFESSIONAL

DEPARTMENT 19

Section 4 - Professional

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DEPARTMENT 20 - GROUP EXHIBITS SPECIAL INFORMATION:

3. 4. 5. 6.

A sale of items in itself shall not be considered a part of the exhibit. The Fair reserves the right to reject an exhibit not in good taste or not of merit in promoting agriculture or agribusiness. For more information or assistance, contact: Dawn Krautter at 570-676-3792 Granges must furnish their own tables. Grange displays are 8’l x 6’w x 8’h. Exhibits in Section 2 are limited to a space of 4’ x 4’ x 3’. Due to lack of space, there will only be entry per school for each age group in Section 2.

7. Scoring System: Points

20

Attracts Attention - Use of color, motion, light, figures. While getting attention is important, the reaction should be favorable. Unfavorable attention defeats the purpose.

10

Arouses Interest - Encourages additional study. Exhibit should appeal to your desired audience.

30

Conveys Message - The message should be understandable to the viewer.

20

Design - Elements of the exhibit should be pleasingly placed to give a sense of unity to the whole. The message should be part of the design and not something added as an afterthought. Simplicity is the key.

10

Workmanship - Neat & well constructed. This does not imply that expensive materials need to be used.

10

Originality



1. Major exhibits by granges or similar organizations should contribute to a better understanding of agriculture and agribusiness either through their educational value or their promotion of products. 2. All entries must be registered three weeks before the Fair. Refer to General Rules.

100 points : TOTAL

Section 1 - Granges Premiums:

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

20101 20102

$150.00 $ 75.00

$140.00 $70.00

$130.00 $65.00

$120.00 $60.00

$110.00 $55.00

Adult Youth (under 19)

Merit $100.00 $50.00

Note: Scoring system will be as follows: Design - 30 points, Workmanship - 40 points, Originality - 10 points, Attracts Attention - 20 points. For an explanation of the criteria, refer to SPECIAL INFORMATION. Premiums: 20201 20202 20203

1st - $30.00

2nd - $25.00

Scouting, under 12 years of age Scouting, over 12 years of age School, grades 1 - 6

20204 20205

3rd - $20.00

4th - $15.00

School, grades 7 - 9 School, grades 10 - 12 - 78 -

5th - $10.00

DEPARTMENT 20

Section 2- Other

DEPARTMENT 21 - WINES DEPARTMENT 21 & BEERS WINES AND BEERS SECTION 1 - HOMEMADE WINES Section 1 - Homemade Wines

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Wines entered for competition in this department must be made and entered by amateur producers under regulation Part 540 Wine, Title 26, of the Code of Federal regulations. 2. Wine may be drawn from any year’s grapes and all bottles must be labeled with the year. Wine will not be returned to the Exhibitor and may not, therefore, be entered in next year’s contest. 3. Entries must be in 1/5 gallon or 750 ml bottles. One bottle per class. 4. No transportation certificate of Federal Regulation is required. 5. For more information or assistance, contact: Linda Nicholson at 570-689-7021

Premiums:

1st - $6.00

2nd - $5.00

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

TABLE WINES - DRY OR SEMI-SWEET, LESS THAN 3% SUGAR 21101 White 21301 21201 Red

Pink and Rose

SWEET - 3% OR MORE SUGAR 21401 Blackberry 21402 Dandelion 21403 Grape 21404 Strawberry

21405 21406 21409

NEW Honey Gooseberry Other named fruit

21502

Red

SPARKLING 21501 Pink

WINE BOTTLE 21601 Most attractive packaging - Standard wine bottle, label capsule, etc...

SECTION 2 - HOMEMADE BEERS Section 2 - Homemade Beers SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Open to Pennsylvania residents only. 2. Brew must be shown in glass bottles, 7-32 oz. size with a crown cap. 3. All labels and writing must be removed from the bottle. 4. An exhibitor may enter 3 homebrews, but only one per class, one entry ticket. 5. Judging will be based on aroma, appearance, flavor, body, drinkability and overall impressions. 6. Judges will be professional brewers and/or appoved judges. Premiums: 21222 21233 21244

1st - $6.00

2nd - $5.00

3rd - $3.00

Ale, Light (American to Pales) Ale, Amber (Reds, Bitters) Ale, Dark (Browns to Stouts)

4th - $2.00 21255 21266 21277

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5th - $1.00

Lagers, Light (Pils, Vienna, Marzen) Lagers, Dark (Bocks) Specialty Brews (Fruit, Spices)

DEPARTMENT23 23 DEPARTMENT APIARY AND MAPLE PRODUCTS APIARY & MAPLE PRODUCTS SPECIAL INFORMATION:

SECTION 1 - BEES, HONEY, AND WAX

1. All labels must be covered until after judging.

2. Criteria for judging of Section 1: Bees will be judged on uniformity of color, bees, presence of Queen, brood and honey; cleanliness and appearance of hive. Honey will be judged on perfection in filing, capping, uniformity, neatness and cleanliness of section. Extracted honey will be judged on body, clarity, and cleanliness. Beeswax will be judged on color and purity. 3. After judging, bees on display may be exchanged with other bees from your hives. 4. Criteria for judging of Section 2: Syrup will be judged on flavor, color, density, and clarity. Sugar will be judged on flavor appearance, and texture. 5. For more information contact: Linda Nicholson at 570-689-7021

Section 1 - Bees, Honey, and Wax Premiums: BEES 23101 Premiums: HONEY 23201 23202 23203

1st - $10.00

2nd - $8.00

3rd - $6.00

Any Race, one Frame 1st - $5.00

4th - $4.00 23102

2nd - $4.00

3rd - $3.00

5th - $2.00

Any Race, one Hive 4th - $2.00

5th - $1.00

Light comb, 1 section

23204

Amber extracted, 1 lb. jar

Light extracted, 1 lb. jar

23206

Finely crystallized, 1 lb. jar

BEESWAX - UNPAINTED 23301 Not less than 1 lb. 23401 Christmas ornament, molded design

23402 23403

Candles, molded design Other, molded design

Dark comb, 1 section 23205 &Dark amber extracted, 1 lb. jar SECTION 2 - MAPLE SYRUP MAPLE PRODUCTS

BEESWAX - HANDPAINTED 23501 Christmas ornament, molded design 23502 Candles, molded design 23503 Other, molded design Premiums: 23601

1st - $10.00

2nd - $8.00

3rd - $6.00

4th - $4.00

5th - $2.00

Collective Exhibit of honey, wax, honey products, and bees

Section 2 - Maple Syrup and Maple Products Premiums: 23701 23702 23703 23704

1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

3rd - $3.00

Maple Syrup, 1 qt. container Maple Sugar, 1/2 lb. Maple Cream, 1 lb. Maple Sugar Candy, 1 lb. of individual pieces

4th - $2.00 23705 23706

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5th - $1.00

NEW Maple Nuts, 1/2 lb. NEW Maple Hard Candy/Lollipop (also called drops, rock candy)

DEPARTMENT 24 ANTIQUES SECTION 1 - ANTIQUE FARM MACHINERY SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. All equipment must be in operating condition and should indicate what year it was manufactured. 2. Entries can only be operated at the discretion of the management. Limited exhibit space - space will be given on a first come, first serve basis. Pre-registration is required. All exhibits are required to stay for the entire Fair. 3. For more information, contact: Carroll Krautter at 570-676-3792 or email [email protected] Premium: 24101 24102 24103 24104 24105 24106 24107

1st - $15.00

2nd - $13.00

3rd - $11.00

4th - $9.00 24108 24190 24110 24111 24112 24213 24114

Tillage - Plow, Cultivator, Walking Planting - Equipment used in planting Harvesting - Harvester, Thresher Processing of Crops - Grinder, Press Wagon, Sled, Cart Steam Engine - Stationary, Portable Gas Engine - up to 1930

5th - $7.00

Gas Engine - 1931 - 1960 Tractor & Power Unit - up to 1950 Tractor & Power Unit - 1951 - 1960 Tractor & Power Unit - 1961 - 1970 Tractor & Power Unit - newer than 1971 Walking Tractor Miscellaneous Machines

SECTION 2 - DEPRESSION ERA ITEMS

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. All items must have been made prior to 1940. 2. Exhibits will be displayed in a secure area. 3. One entry per class. Entries with multiple pieces will be judged as a set. Space may be limited, therefore Department Head reserves the right to limit number of pieces shown. Pre-registration is required. 4. For more information, contact: Carroll Krautter at 570-676-3792 or email [email protected] Premium: 24200 24201 24202 24203 24204

1st - $8.00

2nd - $6.00

Blue Depression Glass Clear Depression Glass Green Depression Glass Milk Glass Depression Glass Pink Depression Glass

3rd - $4.00 24205 24206 24210 24211 24212

4th - $3.00

Yellow/Gold Depression Glass Other Depression Glass Carnival Glass Milk Bottle Stoneware

5th - $2.00 24213 24214 24215 24216

Jug/Crock Granite Ware Cream Bottle Door Stopper (cast metal)

REASONABLE CARE WILL BE TAKEN TO PROTECT ALL ITEMS ENTERED FROM INJURY AND DAMAGE, BUT THE FAIR IS NOT, IN ANY WAY, TO BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS, LOSS OR DAMAGE BY WATER, FIRE, THEFT, ETC, WHATEVER THE CAUSE OR EXTENT OF LOSS.

SECTION 3 - OLD HAND TOOLS

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. All items must have been made prior to 1940. 2. Exhibits will be displayed in a secure area. 3. One entry per class. Pre-registration is required. 4. If fair management believes any exhibit was shown previously, that exhibit may be refused and/or disqualified for judging. 5. For more information, contact: Carroll Krautter at 570-676-3792 or email [email protected] Premium:

1st - $8.00

2nd - $6.00

3rd - $4.00

4th - $3.00

5th - $2.00

AXES 24300 24301 24302 24303

Single Bit Double Bit Carpenter Hatchet Gouging Hatchet

24304 24305 24306 24307

Shingling Hatchet Claw Hatchet Lathing Hatchet Broad Hatchet

FROES 24315

Froe

SPOKE SHAVERS 24320

Spoke Shaver

DRAWING KNIVES 24325

Drawing Knife - 81 -

24308 24309 24310 24311

Broad Axe Smoothing Adz Gouging Adz Other (named)

DEPARTMENT 24

HAMMERS 24330 Claw Hammer 24331 Slaters Hammer 24332 Tinners Hammer

24333 24334 24335

Cobbler Hammer Hoop Driver Hammer Cross Pein

24341

Metal

SICKLES 24345 Grass Sickle

24346

Corn Sickle

PLANES 24350 Wood 24351 Metal 24352 Smoothing 24353 Tonguing

24354 24355 24356 24357

Block Joiner Jack Grooving

SAWS 24365 24366 24367

24368 24369 24370

One-Man Crosscut Old Bucksaw Keyhole Saw

CHISELS 24375 Framing

24376

Mortising

ICE TOOLS 24379 Ice Tong, One Man, 1/4 cake 24380 Ice Tong, One Man, 1/2 cake 24381 Ice Tong, Two Man 24382 Ice Pick

24383 24384 24385 24386

Ice Hook Ice Saw Ice Fork Ice House Bar

SCALES 24390 Metal Spring 24391 Metal Beam - under 50 lbs.

24392 24393

Metal Beam - over 50 lbs. Table Scale

LEVELS 24340

Wood

Hand Rip Hand Crosscut Two-Man Crosscut

OTHER TOOLS 24400 Brush Hook 24401 Sheive Hook 24402 2 or 3 Tine Fork 24403 Scythe 24404 Husking Peg 24405 Rug Beater 24406 Corn Planter 24407 Hay Knife or Saw 24408 Bark Spud 24409 Wood Scribe

24410 24411 24412 24413 24414 24415 24416 24417 24418 24419

Wood Square Wooden Awl Wooden Mallet Boring Braces Mortiser Jig Hand Auger Survey Chain Molding Plan Skippers used with Drive Hook Drive Hook

24420 24421 24422 24423 24424 24425 24426 24427

Wooden Wheel Wheelbarrow Wooden Folding Ruler Hand Cultivator Potato Hook Cant Hook NEW Peavey Cast metal door stop Other (name)

REASONABLE CARE WILL BE TAKEN TO PROTECT ALL ITEMS ENTERED FROM INJURY AND DAMAGE, BUT THE FAIR IS NOT, IN ANY WAY, TO BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS, LOSS OR DAMAGE BY WATER, FIRE, THEFT, ETC, WHATEVER THE CAUSE OR EXTENT OF LOSS.

SECTION 4 - LANTERNS Premium: 24500 24501 24502 24503

1st - $8.00

2nd - $7.00

Buggy Front Lantern Buggy Back Lantern Barn Lantern House Lantern

3rd - $6.00

4th - $5.00 24504 24505 24506

5th - $4.00

Miner's Lantern Carbide Lantern Railroad Lantern

SECTION 5 - KEROSENE LAMPS No higher than 18"

24600 24601 24602 24603 24604

Finger Lamp Footed Lamp Standing Lamp Glass Ball Hour Glass

24605 24611 24612 24613

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Miniature Lamp Small Table Lamp, Light Blue Small Table Lamp, Light Pink Small Table Lamp, Milk Glass

DEPARTMENT 22 MAJOR CONTESTS SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. General Rules also apply unless noted otherwise. See SPECIAL INFORMATION for each Section for specific registration procedures and times for these contests. Please note: an entry fee may be required. 2. For more information on any Arena contest, contact: Katrina Caljean at 570-241-2247 or email [email protected] MAJOR CONTESTS INCLUDE: Section 1..............Scarecrow Contest ..............................Bowling Pin Decorating Contest ..............................Essay Contest

Section 3..............Fair Queen Pageant ..............................Baby Pageant Section 4..............Farm Tractor Pull ..............................Antique Farm Tractor Pull ..............................Diesel Truck Pull ..............................Modified Truck Pull ..............................Demolition Derby

Section 2..............Kids Pedal Pull ..............................Frog Jumping Contest ..............................Pie Eating Contest ..............................Turkey Calling Contest ..............................Dog Show

GDS Fair Scholarship

One Overall Winner will be awarded a $100 prize (donated by Andy Weist)

SECTION 1 - SCARECROW CONTEST SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Contestants must furnish their own scarecrow frame and weatherproof materials. 2. Only one entry per Exhibitor. 3. Must pre-register by August 4, 2017 using Entry Form for general exhibits. 4. Base: Use materials to support the scarecrow so that it will be freestanding and not fall over. 5. Scarecrow maximum sizes: Adult Exhibitors - 6' - 7' max height Youth Exhibitors - 3' - 5' max height Width - not to exceed width of base 6. For more information, contact: Dawn Krautter at 570-676-3792 or email [email protected] Premium: 22304 22305 22306

1st - $15.00

2nd - $12.00

3rd - $8.00

4th - $6.00

Scarecrow, Adult Exhibitor Scarecrow, Youth Exhibitor age 12 years and under Scarecrow, Youth Exhibitor age 13 years to 18 years

5th - $5.00 This Year's Theme: "100th Anniversary"

One Overall Winner will be awarded a $100 prize (donated by Andy Weist)

SECTION 1 - DECORATED BOWLING PIN

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Contestants must pick up pin by August 13th. 2. Only one entry per Exhibitor. 3. Must pre-register by August 4, 2017 using Entry Form for general exhibits. 4. Pin needs to be freestanding; no mechanical or electrical parts permitted. Pins will be judged of creativeness, neatness, and materials used. 5. For more information, contact: Dawn Krautter at 570-676-3792 or email [email protected]

Premium: 22320 22321 22322 22323

1st - $5.00

2nd - $4.00

Youth, up to 9 years old Intermediate, ages 10 - 13 years Senior, ages 14 - 19 years Adult

3rd - $3.00

4th - $2.00 This Year's Theme: "100th Anniversary"

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5th - $1.00

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Grade Level as of June 1 of current year. Invent and 2. Only one essay may be submitted per student. describe a 3. 2017 Theme: "Invent and describe a new food or dish" new food or 4. Entry must be legibly hand written, printed or typed on standard 8.5" x 11" paper. dish 5. Entry should have student's name and grade level noted at either top or bottom of paper. 6. Entry must not exceed 200 words in length. 7. Kindergarten & Grade 1 - contest is an Art & Essay contest in these groups. Size of paper is not an issue. Paper should have unlined space at top for artwork and have guidelines on lower part for student to print on. The top of the entry paper should contain the student's art work consistent with the theme. The lower part should contain the essay portion. An essay at this level only needs to be one or two sentences. 8. Entry must be mailed to: GDS Fair Essay Contest, 457 Crestmont Drive, Newfoundland, PA 18445 and be postmarked no later than August 1. 9. There is no fee to enter this contest. 10. Winners will be notified prior to the Fair and invited to attend a presentation ceremony during the Fair. Winners will receive a ribbon and a premium check will be mailed after the fair. 11. For more information, contact: Paula DeEsch at (570) 676-4073 or email at [email protected] 22310

Premium: 1. 2. 3. 4.

1st - $5.00

Kindergarten (see add'l rules) Grade 1 (see add'l rules) Grade 2 Grade 3

2nd - $4.00 5. 6. 7. 8.

3rd - $3.00

Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7

4th - $2.00 9. 10. 11. 12.

5th - $1.00

Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 & 12

SECTION 2 - KIDS PEDAL PULL SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Contest is for Youth, ages 8 and under. 2. Tractor and Sled will be provided. 3. All ties decided by pull-off. 4. Trophy to winner in each class. 5. Ribbons given to all participants. 6. Registration will occur 1/2 hour before each contest. No registrations accepted after the start of the event. 7. For more information, contact: 570-676-4047 Weight Class: A. 0 - 35 lbs. B. 36 - 50 lbs. C. 51 - 65 lbs.

D. 66 - 88 lbs. E. 89 lbs. and up

SECTION 2 - FROG JUMPING CONTEST SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Contest is for ages 15 and under. 2. Registration 1/2 hour before contest begins. 3. Classes will be according to ages, by number of entries. 4. Ribbons given for each class and winner of Grand Finale. 5. Each contestant must furnish own frog. 6. Frogs cannot compete in more than one class with different trainers. 7. For more information, contact: Tom Field at 570-647-5588

SECTION 2 - PIE EATING CONTEST SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Contest is open to Youth and Adults. 2. Classes set by age for children. Open class for adults. 3. Prizes given to each class. 4. No pre-registration required. 5. For more information, contact: Tom Field at 570-647-5588 - 84 -

DEPARTMENT 22

SECTION 1 - ESSAY CONTEST

SECTION 2 - EARL MICKEL MEMORIAL YOUTH TURKEY CALLING CONTEST The Lake Region Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will be hosting the 16th Annual Earl Mickel Memorial Youth Turkey Calling Contest for all interested youth. Earl Mickel was a long-time Beach Lake resident, turkey call maker/collector, and NWTF supporter. A representative of the Chapter will be demonstrating different calls before the contest for all those interested in learning more about the Pennsylvania Wild Turkey. SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Registration 45 minutes before contest begins. 2. All contestants will be asked to do a "hen yelp", a "cluck", and for a third call, "caller's choice". 3. Calls will be available for contestants to use if they do not have their own. 4. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons and prizes will be awarded in each of the classes. 5. Complimentary prizes for all youth contestants. 6. Normal fairground admission fees apply. 7. For more information, contact: Mark Davis at 570-698-7917 or Ron Motacki at 570-489-6361 Classes:

1. Youth - up to 7 years old

2. Youth - ages 8 - 13 years old

3. Youth - ages 14 - 17 years old

SECTION 2 - HS MARCHING BAND COMPETITION SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Bands will be judged on a) Appearance, b) Musical Showcase, c) Overall Performance 2. For more information, contact: Fair Office at 570-676-4047 Premium:

1st - $300.00 each night

Section 2 - Dogs for Exhibition SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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7. 8. 9.

A current rabies vaccination is required for all exhibition dogs three months of age or older. All vaccine label directions must be followed. Dogs must be accompanied by a rabies vaccination certificate. The certificate must contain legible name, contact information, and signature of the veterinarian who administered the vaccine. A copy of the certificate is acceptable. All animals must be free of infections and contagious diseases. Proof of valid dog license required. Owners are responsible for their dog’s safety and action while on the fairgrounds. All dogs must be on a leash and controlled by the Owner or Handler. Owner is responsible for cleaning up after pet while on the fairgrounds. Dogs may be entered in only one class. One handler per dog, per class. Owners may enter more than one dog per class, but only one handler per dog in class (Example A: one owner has a Doberman, a Pug and 3 Greyhounds. All dogs may be entered in their correct class, but since the greyhounds are in the same class (hound), each greyhound must have a different handler. Example B: one owner has a Dober man, a Rottweiler and a German Shepherd. Again, all dogs may be entered, but since they are in the same class (working), each must have a different handler.) Judge reserves the right to divide, combine or add classes depending upon the number and type of dogs shown. Normal fairgrounds admission fees apply. This show is an Amateur show NOT A POINT SHOW. No professional Handler is needed. Owner or anyone you wish may show the dogs.

10. No puppies under age 3 months may be entered. 11. For more information, contact John Staton at 570-857-7037 ___________________________________________________ Class 1. Sporting 5. Working (herding or protection) 2. Hound (sight or scent) 6. Non-Sporting 3. Toy 7. Mixed Breeds 4. Terrier

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Held Friday, August 25th at 7:00pm

The purpose of the Fair Queen competition is to encourage the promotion of Agricultural Fairs and create better relations between youths and adults in rural and urban settings. The Greene Dreher Sterling Fair Queen is a high honor bestowed upon a young woman in the community who represents the outstanding qualities found in our youth today. Each Fair Queen Contestant must: 1. Be a female U.S. citizen and Pennsylvania resident living in either Wayne or Pike County 2. Be at least 16, but not older than 20, years of age as of June 1 of the year entering the local contest 3. Be certified as the winner by the local fair where she was crowned 4. Not have been a former local Fair Queen winner or former State Fair Queen contestant 5. Not hold any other title for any other commodity group or pageant during her reign 6. Have parent/guardian consent to enter the competition 7. Be single, have never been married, nor have ever been pregnant nor given birth to a child 8. Act in accordance with the PA Fair Queen Behavior Policy 9. Meet all Time commitments, Queen obligations and Dress Code as set forth by the PA State Fair Queen Program 10. The Queen and her parents/guardians must attend the Pennsylvania State Fair Convention in January 2018 in Hershey, PA 11. The Queen will be required to make scheduled appearances as a Goodwill Ambassador for the Fair 12. The Contestants will be judged on: • Poise, Appearance, Neatness, and Ability to Communicate • Dress in business casual outfit for interview by judges and formal dress for stage competition • A 2-3 minute speech on a subject of her choice (must incorporate agriculture or the fair) on night of competition • Their answer to a random question, giving her personal opinion 13. For more information, please contact Amy Jones 570-676-9567 or Caitlan Vill 570-228-7305 FAIR QUEEN BEHAVIOR POLICY The Contest’s governing Board shall have the sole discretion to determine whether, in its judgment, the Queen, Alternate or contestants may continue to participate in the Program, in the event that the Board determines that any statement or representation is not true and accurate, or that any action is inconsistent with the rules, standards and dignity of the Program. The following will be considered violations of the Policy and will be grounds for immediate disqualification, dismissal and/or being banned from future Queen competitions. 1. Any infractions of Queen contest rules 2. Smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, chewing gum, foul language and/or public displays of affection to dates/ boyfriends while wearing crown and/or sash and representing the Queen program. 3. Engagement in any illegal, unpartisan, unethical, indecent and/or morally questionable behavior, including but not limited to online representation on Internet or social networking sites (such as Facebook, Twitter, or MySpace) 4. Use of any illegal, controlled, dangerous substances or use of alcohol or any other dangerous substances 5. Any defamation of the Queen contest, its winners and contestants, and the Fair or the PA Fair Queen Program and their Directors and Committee members, whether it be oral or written – includes posting to the internet. 6. Any uncooperative or unsportsmanlike conduct before, during, or after the competition 7. Appearing in crown and sash at any event without an official invitation from an authorized event coordinator or board member FAIR QUEEN DRESS CODE 1. Wearing of the Fair Queen crown and sash is to be considered an honor and privilege. The Bearer represents herself, her family, her community and the Fair. Therefore, professional appearance is expected while in crown and sash. 2. Attire that is conducive to the specific appearance or event (ie business casual, formal, etc) 3. No jeans, sneakers, flip flops or boots 4. No visible piercings (other than earrings) or tattoos 5. No outfit that shows cleavage 6. Dresses/skirts must be no shorter than the height of a dollar bill placed between the top of the knee cap to the bottom of the dress/ skirt hem 7. No clothing that advertises, promotes, or glorifies the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs or anything inconsistent with the dignity of the Queen Program

FAIR QUEEN REGISTRATION FORM Name:

Age:

Date of Birth:

Address: Phone: High School/College Attending: Parent/Guardian Signature: Application must be returned with current Photo for publicity purposes. Please send in applications by July 15, 2017. - 86 -

DEPARTMENT 22

SECTION 3 - FAIR QUEEN PAGEANT

SECTION 3 - JUNIOR FAIR QUEEN PAGEANT Held Friday, August 25th prior to and in conjunction with Fair Queen Pageant

The purpose of the Junior Fair Queen Competition is to provide a platform for education and opportunities about the promotion of agricultural fairs and to prepare potential Fair Queen contestants to represent the Greene Dreher Sterling Fair locally and statewide. The Junior Fair Queen is an honor bestowed upon a young lady in the community who aspires to compete for the Fair Queen title when she is of age. Each Junior Fair Queen Contestant must: 1. Be a female U.S. citizen and Pennsylvania resident living in either Wayne or Pike County 2. Be at least 13 but not older than 15 years of age as of June 1 of the year entering the local contest 3. Have parent/guardian consent to enter the competition 4. Act in accordance with the PA Fair Queen Behavior Policy 5. Meet all time commitments, Junior Queen obligations, and dress code set forth by the PA State Fair Queen Program 6. The Contestants will be judged on • Poise, Appearance, Neatness, and ability to Communicate • Dress in a business casual outfit for interview by judges and formal dress for stage competition • A 2-3 minute speech on why the contestant wishes to be a fair queen on night of competition • Their answer to a random question, giving her personal opinion 7. For more information, please contact: Brianna Kislak at 570-409-8682 or [email protected] or Janette Kislak at 201-274-4466 FAIR QUEEN BEHAVIOR POLICY The Contest’s governing Board shall have the sole discretion to determine whether, in its judgment, the Junior Queen, Junior Alternate, or contestants may continue to participate in the Program, in the event that the Board determines that any statement or representation is not true and accurate, or that any action is inconsistent with the rules, standards, and dignity of the Program. The following will be considered violations of the Policy and will be grounds for immediate disqualification, dismissal, and/or being banned from future Queen competitions: 1. Any infractions of Queen contest rules 2. Smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, chewing gum, foul language, and/or public displays of affection to dates/boyfriends while wearing crown and/or sash and representing the Queen program 3. Engagement in any illegal, unpartisan, unethical, indecent, and/or morally questionable behavior, including but not limited to online representation on Internet or social networking sites (such as Facebook, Twitter, or MySpace) 4. Use of any illegal, controlled, dangerous substances or use of alcohol or any other dangerous substances 5. Any defamation of the Queen contest, its winners and contestants, and the Fair or the PA Fair Queen Program and their Directors and Committee Members, whether it be oral or written -- includes posting to the Internet 6. Any uncooperative or unsportsmanlike conduct before, during, or after the competition 7. Appearing in crown and sash at any event without an official invitation from an authorized event coordinator or board member FAIR QUEEN DRESS CODE 1. Wearing of the Junior Fair Queen crown and sash is to be considered an honor and a privilege. The Bearer represents herself, her family, her community, and the Fair. Therefore, professional appearance is expected while in crown and sash 2. Attire that is conducive to the specific appearance or event (i.e. business casual, formal, etc.) 3. No jeans, sneakers, flip flops or boots 4. No visible piercings (other than earrings) or tattoos 5. No outfit that shows cleavage 6. Dresses/skirts must be no shorter than the height of a dollar bill placed between the top of the kneecap to the bottom of the dress/skirt hem 7. No clothing that advertises, promotes, or glorifies the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or anything inconsistent with the dignity of the Queen Program JUNIOR FAIR QUEEN REGISTRATION FORM

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Name:



Age:

Date of Birth:

Address: Phone: Middle/High School Attending: Parent/Guardian Signature: Application must be returned with current Photo for publicity purposes. Please send in applications by July 15, 2017 - 87 -

Mail entries to:

GDS Fair Baby Pageant Entries 457 Crestmont Drive Newfoundland, PA 18445

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Open to all children ages birth to six (6) years, as of September 1 of current year. 2. Pre-registration is requested by mail, however registration is also available on the day of the Pageant from 11:00am - 1:00pm. Children need not be present to register. No registrations will be accepted after 1:00pm on the day of the event. 3. All Pre-registrations done by mail MUST be postmarked no later than August 15th. 4. All Pre-registrations to be picked up by 2:00pm before the pageant on the fairgrounds. 5. A fee of $1.00 per child must accompany all registrations. 6. Dress is optional. 7. Complimentary prizes for all children entered. 8. All entrants must be present 1/2 hour before the pageant begins (by 2:30pm). 9. For more information, contact the Fair Office at 570-676-4047.

Premium: 1. 2. 3. 4.

1st Place - $10.00 Gift Certificate and Ribbon Girl (Birth - 6months) Boy (Birth - 6months) Girl (6mo - 1 year) Boy (6mo - 1 year)

5. 6. 7. 8.

Girl (1 - 2 years) Boy (1 - 2 years) Girl (2 - 3 years) Boy (2 - 3 years)

Overall Girl Winner

$15.00 Gift Certificate and Ribbon

Overall Boy Winner

$15.00 Gift Certificate and Ribbon

9. 10. 11. 12.

Girl (3 - 4 years) Boy (3 - 4 years) Girl (5 - 6 years) Boy (5 - 6 years)

BABY PAGEANT ENTRY FORM Child's Name: Birthdate:

Boy or Girl:

Parent's Name: Address:

Phone #:

Email:

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Class:

DEPARTMENT 22

SECTION 3 - BABY PAGEANT

SECTION 4 - FARM TRACTOR PULL SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Contestants must be 18, or at least 16 years of age with parent or guardian signed consent. 2. Tractors that pull in Antique Pull are not eligible to pull in Farm Tractor Pull. 3. All stock pullers at every event must sign a waiver stating that they understand that they are entering a tractor pulling contest at their own risk and that they will not bring suit against the GDS Fair because of negligence. 4. There is an Entry Fee of $10.00 per tractor, per class. 5. Tractor may compete in only two classes. 6. Tractor must be a stock block agricultural with no visual engine modifications except air cleaners. No cubic inch limit. Engine must be of original type or factor replacement. All turbo-chargers must be under hood. Original style hood and grill must be in place. No electric fuel pump unless stock factory equipment. Starter and PTO must be in place. 7. All exhaust must A) Discharge upward with a minimum pipe length of 18” from the hood line or use a muffler. If a curved pipe is used, it must discharge forward unless it is stock factory equipped that does not allow it to be turned, B) Be a factory under-slung exhaust system in working condition. 8. Contest open to 2-weel drive tractors with rubber tires. NO SHARPENED TIRES, dual tires, tired studs or chains permitted. 9. No portion of the tractor or ballast may interfere with sled or sled hitch during a pull. 10. No weight frame or weight may extend more than 24 inches beyond the most forward point of the tractor. 11. All weight frames and weights must be stationary and safely secured to tractor and must not extend rearward beyond rear tires. No weights may be located in a position which could hinder safe operation of the tractor. No ballast on tractor seat and/or deck. No weights or brackets may exceed in width 12” beyond tires. Any ballast or external parts lost while hooked to the sled will be cause for disqualification. No weights or brackets to be closer than 8” to drawbar hook point. 12. The use of torque converters, automatic shifts, etc. will be permitted. No slipper clutches. 13. No turbo-chargers or intercoolers allows unless original factory equipment for that make and model being entered except 11,000; 13,000; and 15,000 will be allowed a 3” turbo. Inside turbo must be stock for make and model of turbo. 14. Drawbar to be stationary in all directions with not more than 1” of movement in any one direction. Maximum height of drawbar for 4,500; 5,500; 7,500; and 9,000 will be 17”. Maximum height of drawbar for 11,000; 13,000; and 15,000 will be 20”. Length of drawbar to be no less than 24” from center of rear axle. Drawbar must be equipped with a steel hitching device not more than 1” thick and a 3” diameter opening. Cross sectional thickness must be 7/8” minimum. Pulling point may be more than 1 ½” from back edge of hitching device. PTPA suggests fastening hitching device with one 7/8” to 5/8” grade 5 bolt. No top bracing except complete factory setup. No quick hitch type adapters allowed on tractors. A Clevis may be used for hitching to the sled. Hitches will be inspected for safety. 15. Weight classes and the maximum tire width for that class are as follows: 5,500 lb 7,500 lb 9,000 lb 11,000 lb 13,000 lb and 15,000 lb

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16. 17. 18. 19.

16.9 up to and including 30” rim diameter; 15.5 for anything higher 18.4 Rim width may not be wider than tires being used. 20.8 (ex. 15.5 tire on 15 ½ “ rim) 23.1 Width determined by 1977 tire data. 24.5

All tractors must have rear wheel brakes in working condition. Any rotating PTO shaft that cannot be stopped by the driver’s hand must be shielded. Judge’s decision is FINAL on all interpretation of rules. For more information, call the Fair Office at 570-676-4047

Weight Class Premiums: 1. 5,500 lb Farm Tractor 2. 7,500 lb Farm Tractor 3. 9,000 lb Farm Tractor 4. 9,500 lb Farm Tractor 5. 11,000 lb Farm Tractor

1st - $65.00

2nd - $40.00 3rd - $35.00 4th - $30.00 6. 12,000 lb Farm Tractor 7. 13,000 lb Farm Tractor 8. 15,000 lb Farm Tractor 9. 10,000 Hot Farm 10. 13,000 lb Hot Farm

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5th - $25.00

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Antique class starts at 1959 or older. 2. All drivers must be 16 years of age or older. 3. Drivers pulling in this contest CANNOT pull in Farm Tractor Pull. 4. Draw bar height cannot exceed 17". 5. Wheel weights allowed. No modified weights, brackets, only factory style allowed. 6. No oversize tires. Agricultural lugs only. No cut tires, no duel tires and no steel wheels. 7. No modified engines, must be stock ag block. 8. All tractors will pull in first gear low range. 9. All draw bars must be factory original with no more than one-inch movement. 10. This is a strictly antique tractor pull. ANY TRACTOR THAT IS NOT STOCK WILL NOT PULL. NO EXCEPTIONS! 11. Puller does not need wheelie bars, but do not expect to pull if you have weight bars or over powered tractors. This is a true stock pull. 12. For more information or assistance, contact Shane Gross at 570-470-8523 or Dave DeFrehn at 570-647-5451 Class 1. 2. 3.

Premiums:

1st - $30.00

2nd - $25.00

3rd - $15.00

4th - $10.00

1500 to 2500 lbs 2501 to 3500 lbs 3501 to 4500 lbs

SECTION 4 - GARDEN TRACTOR PULL

SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. For Rules and Information, contact Robert Powers, Jr. at 570-222-2289

SECTION 4 - DIESEL TRUCK PULL SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Registration is $15 per class. 2. All others entering back gate with Driver pay $10.00. 3. Rules are subject to change at any time upon Judge’s decision. 4. All trucks must pass safety inspection. 5. If at any time a puller is asked to weigh his/her truck by a track official, vehicle must go directly to the scales. If the contestant refuses or vehicle is found to be illegal in any way, the contestant with automatically forfeit any purse and will not be refunded for entry. No excuses or exceptions! 6. Judge’s decisions are FINAL. 7. For further information or questions, contact the Fair Office at 570-676-4047 DO’S and DON’TS: Stock Diesel – 8,000 lbs – Trucks must be stock. No chips, Boxes, or turners allowed. Trucks must have stock fuel systems, stock turbo and stock air induction system. Tires can be no more than 2 sizes over stock. Must be receiver type hitch mounted in factory position and no more than 26”. No lift kits or suspension modification, air bags allowed but must be deflated – they will be checked. If your truck smokes too much or does not appear to be stock, you will be disqualified. Work Stock Diesel – 8,000 lbs – Trucks must be street legal. Tires must be DOT approved and hitch must be receiver type in factory position and no more than 26” high. No weight boxes or hung weight anywhere on the truck. Trucks may not have suspension lifts or modification and no suspension blocks. Trucks may have air bags, but they must be deflated – they will be checked. Trucks must use stock frames, sheet metal and turbos. No nitrous, propane or water meth injection will be permitted. Super Street Diesel – 8,000 lbs – Trucks do not have to be street legal. All trucks must have DOT approved tires. Hitch cannot be more than 26” high and no less than 60” from the center of the rear axle. Trucks must have original truck chassis, transfer case and rears for that model truck. Weight box must not exceed 24” from the center of the grill. Trucks must have at least one driveshaft loop on the rear driveshaft and a fire extinguisher. All drivers must wear a helmet. Open Diesel – 8,000 lbs – This is an open class for all diesel trucks. Drivers must wear a helmet. All trucks must have driveshaft loops, shields around all visible u-joints, kill switch and fire extinguishers. All safety equipment will be checked. Weight box may not exceed 24” from the center of the rear axle. (Hitches cannot be more than 26” high and no less than 60” from the center of the rear axle.) Class Premiums: 8000 Stock Diesel 8000 Work Stock Diesel 8000 Super Street Diesel 8000 Open Diesel

1st $150.00 $100.00 $150.00 $175.00

2nd $100.00 $ 75.00 $125.00 $150.00

3rd $ 75.00 $ 50.00 $100.00 $125.00

4th $ 50.00 $ 25.00 $ 75.00 $100.00

5th $25.00 $10.00 $50.00 $75.00

Judge's decisions are FINAL. Rules of the event are subject to change at Judge's discretion, but not after the event has started. Any puller refusing to reweigh his/her truck will be disqualified. - 90 -

DEPARTMENT 22

SECTION 4 - ANTIQUE FARM TRACTOR PULL

SECTION 4 - MODIFIED TRUCK PULL SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Registration is $15 per class. 2. All others entering back gate with Driver pay $10.00. 3. Rules are subject to change at any time upon Judge’s decision. 4. All trucks must pass safety inspection. 5. If at any time a puller is asked to weigh his/her truck by a track official, vehicle must go directly to the scales. If the contestant refuses or vehicle is found to be illegal in any way, the contestant with automatically forfeit any purse and will not be refunded for entry. No excuses or exceptions! 6. Judge’s decisions are FINAL. 7. For further information or questions, contact the Fair Office at 570-676-4047 DO’S AND DON’TS: Stock Gas – 7,000 lbs – All trucks must be STOCK. No lift kits or suspension modifications. Tire can be more than 2 sizes over factory. No added weight will be allowed. Hitch height can be no more than 26” high and must be receiver type hitch in factory location. Work Stock Gas – 6,500 lbs – Trucks must be STREET LEGAL. No weight boxes on front of truck. Hitch must be a receiver type installed in factory location and no more than 26” high. Trucks may be modified suspension, no blocks in suspension, air bags are allowed but must be deflated – they will be checked. Tires must be DOT approved and no open headers. Super Street Gas – 6,500 lbs – Trucks do not have to be street legal. Weight box must not exceed 24” from the center of the grill. Hitch cannot be more than 26” in height and no less than 60” from the center of the rear axle. Trucks must be corporate type drivetrain, no drop boxes or Rockwell type rears. Trucks must use factory truck frame and body or aftermarket equivalent. No cut or bar tires. Driveshaft loops, kill switches and helmets are required. No blower, turbos, superchargers or nitrous will be allowed. Mod Gas – 6,500 lbs – Trucks must have all safety equipment – kill switches, driveshaft loops and fire extinguishers. Driver must wear helmet. Trucks are limited to one V8 engine – no turbos, blowers, or superchargers. Hitch height must be 26”. Hitches may not be less than 60” from the center or the rear axle and weight box may not exceed 24” from the center of the grill. Class

Premiums:

7000 Stock Gas 6500 Work Stock Gas 6500 Super Street Gas 6500 Mod Gas

1st $150.00 $100.00 $150.00 $175.00

2nd $100.00 $ 75.00 $125.00 $150.00

3rd $ 75.00 $ 50.00 $100.00 $125.00

4th $ 50.00 $ 25.00 $ 75.00 $100.00

5th $25.00 $10.00 $50.00 $75.00

SECTION 4 - DEMOLITION DERBY SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Rules for the Demolition Derby can be found on the Fair's website at www.gdsfair.com 2. For further information, contact Katrina Caljean at 570-241-2247 or email [email protected]

DEPARTMENT 22

SECTION 4 - OTHER ARENA EVENTS SPECIAL INFORMATION: 1. Rules and Information can be requested by emailing [email protected] or by contacting Katrina Caljean at 570-241-2247

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GDS FAIR SCHOLARSHIP The purpose of the Greene-Dreher-Sterling Community Fair Association’s scholarship program is to provide an incentive to future generations to actively participate in community volunteer activities including, but not limited to, our Fair Association. Therefore, in order to provide financial assistance to deserving students pursuing higher education, the G.D.S. Fair will be awarding an annual scholarship (given directly to the selected applicant). “Financial need” status will NOT be a requirement of the scholarship, since many students are not classified as such; but are worthy of financial assistance for their accomplishments. Recipients must sign an agreement which states they will complete at least one semester of schooling or return the full scholarship award. Judges will receive instruction on relevant criteria and scoring methods to be used. An interview will be held at a date to be determined. Judges’ decisions will be final. Recipients will be presented with their award at Opening Ceremony. You may pick up an application at your local school's guidance office or download one from the Fair's website www.gdsfair.com . For more information, contact the L.J. Donagen at 570-877-1682 Mail completed application to:

Greene-Dreher-Sterling Community Fair Attn: Scholarship Committee 457 Crestmont Drive, Newfoundland, PA 18445

Application must be postmarked no earlier than March 1st and no later than August 20th. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 1. Student must be a graduating high school senior who is enrolled in either an Associate or Bachelor Degree level program, or a post-secondary trade or technical school. Students must be starting their courses in the summer or fall semester of the current year; and, 2. Applicant must have contributed to community service locally or in school; and, 3. Applicant must be a Graduating Senior in any of the following school districts: Western Wayne, Wayne Highlands, Forest City, North Pocono, Delaware Valley, East Stroudsburg, and Wallenpaupack; and, 4. Applicant must meet at least ONE of the following requirements: • Be a member of the G.D.S. Fair • Be a child or grandchild of a member of the G.D.S Fair • Have contributed significantly to the preparation and/or conduct of the Fair in the past 3 years PAST RECIPIENTS OF THE GDS FAIR SCHOLARSHIP 1993: 1994: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002:

Kimberly Haser, Daniel Martin Kimberly Haser, Keith Stevenson Jacklyn Hudak, Audrey Young, Tracy L. Compton, Mark Nebzydoski David Nebzydoski, Audrey Young Denise Rinaldi Beth Nebzydoski, Tanya Rezanka Adam Drake Tanya Resanka, Ryan Courtright Tom Hauenstein, Christine Korb Phaedra Marie Hall, Tanya Rezanka Anna Montalbano, Jodi Lyn Krautter Phaedra Marie Hall, Tanya Rezanka, Daniel Nebzydoski Heather Yedneck, Phaedra Marie Hall, LeRoy Sverduk, Virginia Sverduk Starlah A. Hall, Sarah DeEsch, Natasha Rezanka, Matthew G. Hauenstein

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Sarah DeEsch, Danielle M. Premuto Natasha Rezanka, Starlah A. Hall, Kristie Altmann Sarah DeEsch, Starlah A. Hall Sarah DeEsch, Ryan Keyes, Kristie Altmann Megan Bartle, Kristie Altmann, Ruthanna Jo Williams Anna Sawyer, Deborah Gillow Ashley Dix, David Mulqueen Gina Palazzi, Arielle Keating Kaitlin Mountain Paula Strade, Sara Yatsonsky, Amber Curtis Olivia Keating, Shepard Wood, Matthew Batzel Katelyn Weist, Natasha Neary, Tabitha Sollen Nathan Wood, Madison DeFrehn No recipients Brianna Kislak No recipients

DATES TO REMEMBER July 21 Entry Deadline for Exhibitors requesting tags to be mailed

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August 4 Entry Deadline for all General Exhibits

August 19 Pickup Entry Tags (9am - 12pm) August 23 Pickup Entry Tags (6pm - 8pm)

August 24 Exhibit Drop Off at Fairgrounds (1pm - 8pm)

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