Exhibit Hall

Open Class Exhibits

Tuesday, August 8, Entries taken 8am-8pm.
Exhibit hall will be closed Wed., August 9th, all day for judging.
Superintendent: Sheilah Jones, Twila O’Hotto, 970-724-3302

All exhibits must be from Grand and Summit counties and must have been completed since August 1, 2016. Registration of Exhibit Hall entries is on Tuesday, during fair week, 8 am to 8 pm.

Laureen Jesmer Myers Award

Given to People’s Choice. Exhibit Hall visitors may vote on the entry of their choice.

Rosie O’Hotto Award

Given to the exhibitor who enters the most.

Open Class Exhibits

Tuesday, August 8, Entries taken 8am-8pm.


1 There will be a fifty cent entry fee for each article entered in the Open Classes. This does not include school exhibitors or 4-H. Each exhibitor is responsible for registration.

2 All entry tags will be filled out by each exhibitor. All entries must be tagged by an exhibit hall worker.

3 All exhibits must be clean and neatly displayed or may be disqualified before judging.

4 All registered articles will be judged at the judges’ discretion as to the award placing.

5 If there are three similar items that are not listed in the fair book, a class may be made and they will be judged.

6 There will be a maximum of two entries per person per class.

7 It is very important to follow the instructions for Preserved Foods, see instructions preceding Division 10.

8 All artwork, including children’s, MUSTbe ready to display. This can include framing and mounting.

9 All photography smaller than 8 x 10 must be backed only, no frames. Photos 8 x 10 or larger can be matted and framed or backed. Backing is strongly recommended for all photography. Backing may be tagboard, construction paper, or matting.

10 All ribbons and exhibits must be picked up between 1 pm and 3 pmon Sunday.

11 Overall Grand Champion and Overall Reserve Grand Champion will be awarded in all categories at the judges discretion.

• Categories include: Food, Preserved Foods, Agriculture/Gardening, Sewing, Quilting, Crocheting/Knitting, Needle/Fancy Work, Jewelry/ Leather Work/Braiding, Pottery/Sculpture, Hobbies, Crafts, Building Sets, Photography, and Art.

• A blue, red and white ribbon will be awarded in each class at the judge’s discretion. Cash prizes for first, second and third are two dollars, one dollar and seventy-five cents respectively. All children ages 1-7 will receive a participation ribbon.

12 The Exhibit Hall is not responsible for theft or breakage.

Exhibit Hall Age Divisions

Participation Class — 1-4 years old
Participation Class — 5-7 years old
Junior Class — 8-12 yrs old
Intermediate Class – 13-17 yrs old
Open Class – 18 and over
Senior Citizen – 65 or over by request only Professional Classes — exhibitors having sold over $300 worth of work professionally, by trade, in the last year

Directions for filling out exhibit card:

Please do not separate the exhibit card. Use one card per exhibit. Please fill in the blanks completely. Print all information. For age divisions and classes see above information. The remainder of the card will be completed by the fair officials and the judges.

The card will be attached to the exhibit by either using a rubber band, safety pin, or tape for photos and art.

If you want to prepare your exhibit card prior to registration, please pick up new cards at the CSU Extension Office in Kremmling after July 1, 2017.

Exhibit Hall 4-H & Open Classes

Open classes include the following categories. 4-H has additional classes for shooting sports, vet science, electric, wildlife science, rocketry and robotics.

Cakes should be placed on a foil base with a plastic wrap cover. Cakes should be official 8” or 9” square, round or loaf; tube pans can be used for angel or sponge cake.

Other baking goods should be in clear plastic bags on a white, heavy duty paper plate or covered cardboard. Decorated cakes in Division 2 may be on non-edible cake form.

DIVISION 1 - CAKES (No icing)

No mixes - specify flavor
A. Angel Food
B. Bundt
C. Chiffon
D. Chocolate
E. Fruit Cake
F. German Chocolate
G. Spice
H. Sponge
I. White or Yellow
J. Applesauce
K. Carrot
L. Pound
M. Devils Food
N. Miscellaneous
O. Gluten Free

DIVISION 1A - CUPCAKES

Same as Division 1 - Cakes

DIVISION 2 - CAKE DECORATING

A. Birthday
B. Novelty
C. Shower
D. Special Occasion
E. Wedding
F. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 3 - COOKIES (Plate of 4)

A. Bar Cookies
1. Fruit
2. Other

B. Brownies
C. Rolled or Cut
D. Drop
1. Chocolate Chip
2. Peanut Butter
3. Other
E. Filled
F. Frosted
G. No-Bake
H. Miscellaneous
I. Gluten Free

DIVISION 4 - DONUTS (Plate of 4)

A. Cake
B. Raised
C. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 5 - PIES & PASTRIES

A. Apple
B. Cherry
C. Peach
D. Berry (any variety)
E. Mince Meat
F. Pecan
G. Rhubarb
H. Pumpkin
I. Meringue
J. Tarts
K. Miscellaneous
L. Gluten Free

DIVISION 6 - QUICK BREADS

A. Banana Bread
B. Fruit Bread
C. Biscuits (Plate of 4)
D. Coffee Cake (no yeast)
E. Corn Bread
F. Muffins (Plate of 4)
G. Nut Breads
(no fruit or vegetable)
H. Zucchini
I. Tortillas
J. Pumpkin
K. Miscellaneous
L. Gluten Free

DIVISON 7 - YEASTBREADS (No icing on any yeast bread, including sweet rolls)

A. Dinner Rolls (Plate of 4)
B. Fancy Dinner Rolls (Plate of 4)
C. French
D. Rye
E. Sour Dough
F. Sweet Rolls (Plate of 4)
G. Tea Ring
H. White
I. Whole Wheat
J. Bagels
K. Muffins
L. Raisin Bread
M. Coffee Cake, raised
N. Holiday Breads (label variety)
O. Fancy Bread
P. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 8 - BREAD MACHINES


Same as Division 7 - Yeast Breads

DIVISION 9 - CANDIES (Plate of 4)


A. Brittle
B. Divinity
C. Fudge
D. Hard Candy
E. Mints
F. Molds (edible)
G. Peanut Butter
H. Caramel
I. Dipped
J. Miscellaneous

All canning must be completed within the time frame of August 2016 and Fair 2017. All canned goods must be in standard jars, sealed properly and labeled with name of product, date, methods of canning, processing time (minutes) and elevation. Rings must be loose. All jars are subject to opening and food tasting. Processing time should be in accordance with the “USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning,” with adjustments made for the elevation in which you live.

DIVISION 10 - CANNED FRUITS

A. Apples, not sauce
B. Applesauce
C. Apricots
D. Cherries, sour, pitted
E. Cherries, sweet
F. Peaches
G. Pears
H. Plums
I. Raspberries
J. Rhubarb
K. Strawberries
L. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 11 - CANNED VEGETABLES

A. Asparagus
B. Beans, Green
C. Beans, Wax
D. Beets
E. Carrots
F. Corn

G. Mixed Vegetables
H. Peas

I. Peppers
J. Sauerkraut
K. Tomatoes
L. Tomato Juice
M. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 12 - DRIED FOODS (6 pieces or ¼ cup)

A. Fish
B. Fruits
C. Herbs (½ cup, mostly whole leaves)
D. Jerky
1. Beef
2. Wild Meat
3. Other
E. Leathers
F. Vegetables
G. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 13 - JELLIES

A. Apple
B. Blueberry
C. Cherry
D. Chokecherry
E. Crabapple
F. Cranberry
G. Currant
H. Gooseberry
I. Grape
J. Jalapeño
K. Mint
L. Peach
M. Pepper
N. Plum
O. Raspberry
P. Rhubarb
Q. Serviceberry
R. Strawberry
S. Suncooked
T. Combination of 2 or more
U. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 14 - JAMS

A. Apple
B. Apricot
C. Blueberry
D. Cherry
E. Chokecherry
F. Grape
G. Mixed Fruit
H. Peach
I. Pear
J. Plum
K. Strawberry
L. Raspberry
M. Serviceberry
N. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 15 - FREEZER JAMS

Same as Division 14 - Jams

DIVISION 16 - MARMALADE & CONSERVES

A. Cherries
B. Mixed Fruit
C. Orange
D. Peach
E. Rhubarb
F. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 17 - PRESERVES

A. Apricot
B. Cantaloupe
C. Cherry
D. Mixed Fruit
E. Peach
F. Plum
G. Serviceberry
H. Strawberry
I. Tomato
J. Watermelon
K. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 18 - SYRUPS

A. Berry
B. Chokecherry
C. Fruit

DIVISION 19 - FLAVORED BUTTERS

A. Apple
B. Apricot
C. Cherry
D. Chokecherry
E. Grape
F. Mixed Fruit
G. Peach
H. Pear
I. Plum
J. Strawberry
K. Raspberry
L. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 20 - PICKLES & SPICED PRODUCTS/h3> A. Asparagus Pickles
B. Bread & Butter Pickles
C. Catsup
D. Chili Sauce
E. Dill Pickles
F. Hot Sauce
G. Lime Pickles
H. Mixed Pickles
I. Mustard Pickles
J. Pickled Beets
K. Pickled Carrots
L. Refrigerator Pickles
M. Relish - Hot
N. Relish - Zucchini
O. Spiced Crabapple
P. Spiced Peaches
Q. Sweet Pickles
R. Tomato Pickles
S. Watermelon Pickles
T. Zucchini Pickles
U. Chutney
V. Salsa
W. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 21 - MEATPRODUCTS

A. Canned Meats
B. Mincemeat
C. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 22 - WINES/BEERS

A. Berry (any variety)
B. Fruit
C. Vegetable
D. Beer
E. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 23 - AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

A. Butter
B. Cream

C. Cottage Cheese D. Eggs - (6) (place eggs in a basket or other container, not on a paper plate)
1. Chicken

2. Goose, Duck
3. Miscellaneous
E. Honey
F. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 24 - VEGETABLES

Leave two inches of top and the root on the vegetables. All vegetables are to be on a white, heavy duty, paper plate in a clear zip closure type bag. Vegetables should be uniform in size and clean.
A. Beans, Green (10)
B. Beans, Wax (10)
C. Beets (3)
D. Broccoli (1 head)
E. Cabbage - (1 head)
F. Carrots (3)
G. Cauliflower (1 head)
H. Celery (1 bunch)
I. Corn (3 ears)
J. Cucumber (2)
K. Fava Beans (10)
L. Kohlrabi (2)
M. Lettuce (1 head)
N. Lettuce, Leaf - (6 leaves)
O. Lettuce, Other
P. Onion, White (3)
Q. Onion, Green (3)
R. Peas in pod (8)
S. Peas - Sugar (8)
T. Peppers - Green (3)
U. Peppers - Hot (3)
V. Potatoes - (3)
W. Pumpkin - (1)
X. Radish (5)
Y. Rutabaga (3)
Z. Spinach (6 leaves)
AA. Squash - Summer (2)
BB. Tomatoes - Green (3)
CC. Tomatoes - Red (3)
DD. Tomatoes - Cherry (4)
EE. Turnip (3)
FF. Zucchini - (1)
GG. Odd Shaped Vegetables (any variety)
HH. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 25 - FRUITS

All stemmed fruits must have a 1 inch stem.
A. Apples (3)
B. Crabapples (6)
C. Strawberries (1/2 pint)
D. Raspberries (1/2 pint)
E. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 26 - GRAIN

Grain should be mounted on a board or heavy duty cardboard.
A. Barley
B. Oats
C. Rye
D. Wheat - winter
E. Wheat - spring
F. Other

DIVISION 27 - HAY

Hay should be mounted on a board or heavy duty cardboard.
A. Alfalfa
B. Alsike Clover
C. Brome Grass
D. Red Top
E. Timothy
F. Other

DIVISION 28 - FLEECE & HIDES

A. Fleece
B. Tanned Hides

DIVISION 29 - HERBS (No Plants)

A. Chives
B. Cilantro
C. Dill (3 heads and stems)
D. Garlic (3 heads)
E. Oregano
F. Parsley
G. Sage
H. Thyme
I. Rosemary
J. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 30 - FLOWERS & PLANTS

A. Aster (3 stems)
B. Bachelor’s Button (3)
C. Celosia (cockscomb)
D. Chrysanthemum (1 spray)
E. Columbine (2)
F. Cosmos (3 blooms)
G. Cut Flowers - Arranged Bouquet (not for special occasions)
1. Standard
2. Mini Arrangement (total arrangement under 4 inches)
H. Dahlia (1)
1. Plate Size
2. Standard Size
I. Daisy (3)
J. Delphinium (3)
K. Dianthus (5)
L. Dried Flowers (3)
M. Dried Flowers - Arranged (home grown - not purchased)
N. Gaillardia (3)

DIVISION 31 - SEWING

A. Aprons
B. Shirts (a shirt has a set-in collar,a blouse does not)
C. Costumes
D. Doll Clothing
E. Dresses
1. Casual
2. Formal Attire
F. Jackets
1. Polar Fleece
2. Down Filled
3. Western
G. Shirts
1. Western
2. Regular
H. Skirts I. Slacks & Trousers
J. Slips, Gowns, Pajamas,Lingerie
K. Suits or Coats
L. Vests
1. Polar Fleece
2. Down Filled
3. Western
M. Repurposed Materials
N. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 32 - MACHINE QUILTING

A. Baby Quilts
B. Comforters
C. Pillows
D. Quilts
E. Table Accessories

F. Wall Hangings (not framed)
Sub-categories for all of the above in Division 32.
1. Applique
2. Pieced
3. Plain Fabric Modified
G. Photo Imaging
1. Quilts
2. Pillows
3. Other
H. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 33 - HAND QUILTING

Same as Division 32 - Machine Quilting
I. Hand-tied (not the same as hand quilted)

DIVISION 34 - TWO PERSON QUILTING

Professionally quilted by someone other than the person doing the top. Judged on top only.
Same as Division 32 -
Machine Quilting

DIVISION 35 - CROCHET

A. Afghans
1. Afghan Stitch
2. Granny Square
3. Ripple Stitch
4. Navajo Stitch
5. Shell Stitch
6. Other
B. Afghan - 100% Cotton
C. Baby Afghan
Same as A - Afghans
D. Baby Clothing
1. Dresses
2. Booties
3. Sweater/Ponchos
4. Sets
E. Sweaters
1. Adult
2. Children
F. Table Cloths
G. Poncho, Capes, Vests, Shawls, Scarves
H. Caps, Hats, & Mittens
1. Adult
2. Children

DIVISION 36 - MISCELLANEOUS CROCHET

A. Center Pieces
1. Christmas
2. Halloween
3. Easter
4. Thanksgiving
5. Valentines Day
6. Other
B. Doilies
C. Pillows
D. Hot Pads, Pot Holders, Place Mats
E. Doll Clothing
F. Dolls
1. Yarn
2. Thread
G. Covers - All Varieties
H. Hand-tied (not the same as hand quilted)
I. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 37 - HAND KNITTING

A. Afghans
1. Aran
2. Ripple
3. Other
B. Baby
1. Afghans
2. Sweaters
3. Sets
C. Children’s Sweaters
D. Doilies
E. Hat, Mittens, Gloves
F. Lace or Edgings
G. Pillows
H. Ponchos, Capes, Vests
I. Scarves, Stoles, Shawls
J. Socks
K. Sweaters
1. Knitted Pictures
2. Patterned Stitches
3. Stranding or Fair Isle
4. Other
L. Toys
M. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 38 - MACHINE KNITTING

A. Lace
B. Fair Isle
C. Double Jacquard
D. Intarsia
E. Stockinette
F. Textured Stitch
G. Miscellaneous
Sub-categories for all of the above in Division 38
1. Accessories
2. Baby Items
3. Garments
4. Household Items

DIVISION 39 - COUNTED THREAD

A. Blackwork
B. Samplers
C. Pulled Thread
D. Hardanger
E. Drawn Thread
F. Assissi
G. Huck Weaving (also called Swedish weaving)
H. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 40 - SURFACE EMBROIDERY

A. Silk Ribbon Embroidery
B. Candle Wicking
C. Shadow Cutwork
D. Brazilian
E. Crewel (must be done with wool)
F. Gold Work
G. Stump Work
H. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 41 - HAND EMBROIDERY

A. Aprons
B. Bed Spreads
C. Buffet, Vanity or Dresser Sets, Center Pieces, Doilies
D. Chicken Scratch
E. Crewel
F. Embroidered Picture
G. Napkins
H. Pillow Cases
I. Table Cloths
J. Tea Towels (4)
K. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 42 - MACHINE EMBROIDERY

Same as Division 41 - Hand Embroidery

DIVISION 43 - NEEDLEPOINTAND PETITPOINT

A. Long Stitch
B. Needlepoint - Multi-media canvas work, etc.
C. Pictures (framed)
1. 5 x 7 and under
2. Over 5 x 7

DIVISION 44 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH

A. Cross Stitch - Any Item
B. Cross Stitch -Sample Only
C. Counted Cross Stitch - Any Item - No pictures
D. Counted Cross Stitch
1. Dimensional
2. Pictures
3. Samplers
E. Wall Hangings(framed or mounted and ready to frame)
1. 12” & under (excluding frame and mat)
2. 12” to 20” (excluding frame and mat)
3. 20” (excluding frame and mat)
F. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 45 - BEAD WORK/h3> A. Clothing
B. Picture
C. Pillow

DIVISION 46 - JEWELRY

A. Beads
B. Belt Buckles
C. Bracelets
D. Earrings
E. Pins
F. Rings
G. Tie Clasps or Cuff Links
H. Key Chains
I. Barrettes
J. Necklaces
K. Button Covers
L. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 47 - LEATHERWORK

A. Belts
B. Billfolds/Wallets
C. Bridle
D. Holsters
E. Jewelry
F. Moccasins
G. Picture
H. Purse
I. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 48 - BRAIDING

A. Belts
B. Bridles
C. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 49 - CERAMICS

A. Clay Objects - Poured Figurines
B. Clay Objects - Poured Functional
C. Hollow Plaster
D. Solid Plaster
E. Porcelain China
F. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 50 - POTTERY

A. Hand Built
B. Wheel Thrown

DIVISION 51 - SCULPTURE

A. Wood
B. Metal
C. Stone
D. Plaster Crafts
E. Clay

DIVISION 52 - AG MECHANICS

A. Cabinets and Box type projects (wood, not furniture)
B. Farm Shop Equipment (mostly metal)
C. Feeding Equipment
D. Other Wood Structures (stock racks)
E. Trailers/Wagons
F. Farm Equipment - Power Driven
G. Farm Equipment - Non Power Driven
H. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 53 - UPHOLSTERY

A. Couch and Chair (set)
B. Couch
C. Chair
D. Chair Sets
E. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 54 - WOOD WORKING

A. Cabinet
B. Carving (not sculpture)
C. Furniture
D. Lamps
E. Toys
F. Shelves
G. Clocks
H. Bird Houses
I. Scroll Saw
J. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 55 - METAL WORK

A. Arc Welding
B. Oxy/Acetylene Welding
C. Plasma Cutting
D. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 56 - SPINNING

A. Wool Yarn
B. Wool Mixed Yarn /> C. Other Yarn Fiber

DIVISION 57 - HOME SPUN/HAND KNITTED

A. Afghans (see DIVISION 37 A and 37 B)
B. Hats, Mittens, Gloves
C. Sweaters (see DIVISION 37 K)
D. Scarves, Stoles, Shawls
E. Vests, Ponchos, Capes
F. Socks
G. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 58 - WEAVING

Same as Division 57 - Home Spun/Hand Knitted

DIVISION 59 - FELTING

A. Clothes
B. Wall Hangings
C. Toys
D. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 60 - SCRAPBOOKING

A. Complete Book
1. Wedding
2. Holiday
3. Vacation
4. Heritage
5. Cookbook
6. Kids
7. Family
8. Miscellaneous
B. Single Page or Two Page Layout.
Sub-categories
Same as A - Complete Book
C. Digital Book -
Sub-categories
Same as A - Complete Book

DIVISION 61 - HAND MADE BASKETS (EMPTY ONLY)

A. Crochet
B. Pine Needle
C. Rag
D. Reed
E. Yarn
F. Willow
G. Miscellaneous

dDIVISION 62 - WREATHS/GARLAND/ CENTERPIECES/BASKETS/ WALL HANGINGS

A. Artificial Flowers
B. Artificial Flowers and other media
C. Baskets
1. Every day décor
2. Christmas
3. Easter
4. Thanksgiving
5. Other
D. Center Pieces
Same as C - Baskets
E. Cloth
F. Dried Flowers (100%)
G. Dried Flowers (90% plus other media)
H. Hats
I. Pine Cones
J. Wreaths
Same as C - Baskets
K. Wedding
1. Bridal Bouquet
2. Corsages
3. Flower Bouquet

DIVISION 63 - CLOTHING ArT- Applied Elements

A. Applique
B. Counted Cross Stitch
C. Smocking
D. Tie Dye
E. Multi media
F. Miscellaneous

DDIVISION 64 - LIQUID EMBROIDERY - FABRIC PAINT

A. Pillow Cases
B. Tea Towels
C. Bibs
D. Pot Holders
E. Any other non-garment

DIVISION 65 - TOLE PAINTING (NO CANVAS PAINTING)

A. Christmas Center Pieces
B. Fire Board
C. Plates
D. Shelves
E. Signs F. Standing Figures
G. Toys
H. Trays
I. Wreaths
J. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 66 - MISCELLANEOUS CRAFTS

A. Baked Art
B. Beads
C. Bookmarks
D. Bird Houses
E. Candles
F. Chimes
G. Clay
H. Craft Foam
I. Decoupage
J. Dreamcatchers
K. Felt
L. Glitter Art
M. Lined Baskets
N. Magnets
O. Models
P. Paper Mache
Q. Paper Ribbon
R. Paint-by-Number
S. Porcelain Flowers
T. Pressed Flowers
U. Rocketry
V. Sand Art
W. Shadow Boxes
X. Silhouette
Y. Stained Glass
Z. Rugs
AA. Wood Burning
BB. Miscellaneous
CC. Rubber Stamps
1. Cards
2. Baskets
3. Ceramics
4. Fabric
5. Boxes

DIVISION 67 - RECYCLED OR ECOLOGY

A. Bird House
B. Cardboard
C. Collage
D. Cork
E. Egg Carton
F. Electronics
G. Flower Pots
H. Glass Bottles
I. Horse Shoes
J. Milk Cartons
K. Noodles
L. Paper
M. Plastic Bags
N. Pet Rocks
O. Pine Cones
P. Plastic Trays/Bottles
Q. Popsicle Sticks
R. Tin Can Art
S. Wood
T. Yarn
U. Wire
V. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 68 - DOLLS AND TOYS

DIVISION 68 - DOLLS AND TOYS
A. Material - Dolls
B. Material - Dolls (Dressed)
C. Material - Animals
D. Material - Animals (Dressed)
E. Sock - Dolls
F. Sock - Animals
G. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 69 - LATCHHOOK

A. Door Stop
B. Draft Stoppers
C. Pillow
D. Rugs
E. Wall Hangings
F. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 70 - PLASTIC CANVAS

A. Center Pieces
1. Christmas
2. Halloween
3. Easter
4. Thanksgiving
5. Valentines
B. Door Knob Holder
C. Eye Glass Holder
D. Keepsake Holder
E. Keychain
F. Mobile
G. Placemats and Coasters
H. Plant Holder
I. Tissue Box
J. Wall Hangings
K. Miscellaneous

DIVISION 71 - ORNAMENTS

A. Crochet
B. Knitted
C. Felt
D. Applique
E. Tole Painting
F. Beaded
G. Fabric
H. Plastic Canvas
I. Miscellaneous

Limited to one entry per division. Attach to a board or label and put in a box top.

DIVISION 72 - LEGOS

A. Under 50 pieces
1. Kits
2. Creative
B. Over 50 pieces Same as A - under 50 pieces.

DIVISION 73 - ERECTOR

A. Under 50 pieces
1. Kits
2. Creative
B. Over 50 pieces Same as A - under 50 pieces.

DIVISION 74 - K-NEX

A. Under 50 pieces
1. Kits
2. Creative
B. Over 50 pieces
Same as A - under 50 pieces.

Photos must be taken within the last year, since August of 2016. Please put a one word description of the subject of the photo on the bottom of the entry tag. All photos smaller than 8 x 10 must be backed only – no frames. Backing may be construction paper or matting. Photos 8 x 10 or larger may be matted and framed or backed. Backing only on all photography is encouraged. Portfolios must be on photo paper only – no copy paper. No string or tape on the back will be allowed. 2 entries per class will be allowed.

DIVISION 75 - COLOR SNAPSHOTS

A. Animals
B. Entomology (bugs)
C. Flowers
D. Landscapes
E. Objects
F. People
G. Portrait (Head & Shoulders)
H. Sports
I. Water
J. Wildlife
K. Portfolio
L. Sky

DIVISION 76 - COLOR ENLARGEMENTS

Same as Division 75 - Color Snapshots

DIVISION 77 - BLACK & WHITE AND SEPIA SNAPSHOTS

Same as Division 75 - Color Snapshots

DIVISION 78 - BLACK & WHITE AND SEPIA ENLARGEMENTS

Same as Division 75 - Color Snapshots

DIVISION 79 - SPECIAL EFFECTS - MANIPULATION

Same as Division 75 - Color Snapshots

All entries must be framed or matted and ready to hang. No string or tape on the back will be allowed. Ages 17 and under may mat with construction paper or tagboard.

DIVISION 80 - ART

A. Acrylic
1. Abstract
2. Animals
3. Landscape
4. People
5. Still Life
6. Wildlife
B. Batik

C. Book (floor mat) D. Charcoal Same as A - Acrylic
E. Colored Pencil
1. Free Hand
2. Pre-Printed
F. Crayon
1. Free Hand
2. Pre-Printed
G. Markers
1. Free Hand
2. Pre-Printed
H. Multi-Media
I. Oils
1. Abstract
2. Animals
3. Landscape
4. People
5. Still Life
6. Wildlife
7. Miscellaneous
J. Painted Farm Equipment
K. Painted Skulls & Horns
L. Pastel Same as I - Oils
M. Pen & ink Same as I - Oils
N. Pencil (black)
O. Portfolio
P. Water Colors Same as I - Oils
Q. Silk Painting
R. Furniture