Clothing-Adult Exhibits

Home Economic Building

RULES:

  1. Clothing will be judged for material used, design color, workmanship, economy and practicality.
  2. Only one entry per person per class.
  3. All entries must have been made by exhibitor within the last year. (Chairman has the right to reject previous entries).

Class Prize Award:
1st- $3
2nd-$2
3rd- $1

Class:

  1. Apron
  2. Blouse, Adult
  3. Dress, Child
  4. Dress, Designer’s
  5. Dress, Street
  6. Dress and Jacket
  7. Dress, Sun
  8. Dress, Party
  9. Poncho or Cape
  10. Coats, Any Kind
  11. Blazer
  12. Vest
  13. Skirt
  14. Suit, Ladies
  15. Pants
  16. Men’s Sports Coat or Suit
  17. Shirt
  18. Romper Suit
  19. Country Jumper
  20. Hand Painting, Clothing
  21. Applique, Any Item
  22. Hand Towel for Stove
  23. Clothes Pin Bag
  24. Totes or Handbag
  25. Miscellaneous
  • Best In Show
  • Rosette

Committee:
Jean Wallace
Jimmy Gay Meade

Baked Goods- Adult Exhibits

Home Economics Building

Rules:

  • In general, baked goods will be judged for appearance, crust condition, texture and flavor.
  • Entries are to be put in zip lock bags when possible. Example: cookies, muffins, biscuits, candy and other entries can use clear wrap.
  • When necessary, baked goods will be opened for determination of texture and flavor.
  • Adult and Youth Foods- In all cake classes except decorated cake entries should be 1/2 cake instead of a whole cake.

Bread and Rolls

  • Bread yeast, 1 loaf
  • Yeast Rolls, 4
  • Biscuits any, 4
  • Cornbread, 1/2 of 8″
  • Corn Muffins, 4
  • Muffins other, 4
  • Banana But Bread, 1 loaf
  • Sweet Rolls cinnamon or other, 4
  • Bread any other, 1 loaf

Cakes

  •  Angel Food, 1/2
  • Chocolate Cake (with frosting), 1/2
  • Cake with other frosting, 1/2
  • Coconut Cake, 1/2
  • Pound Cake, 1/2
  • Cake Decorated, Whole

Cookies

  • Peanut Butter, 4
  • Chocolate Chip, 4
  • Sugar Cookies, 4
  • Brownies, 4
  • Bar Cookies, 4

Candies

  • Chocolate Fudge,4
  • Peanut Butter Fudge,4
  • Candy Balls Dipped,4

Pies

  • Apple
  • Coconut
  • Lemon Chess
  • Pumpkin

No custard or cream pies allowed

Class Prize Awards:

  • 1st – $3.00
  • 2nd – $2.00
  • 3rd – $1.00
  • Rosette
  • Best in Show
  • All Entries may be viewed 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM September 5th – September 10th.

Committee:

Callie Moser
Dollie Compton                                                                                    Mary Booker

Magic Show

September 6, 2016 at 12:30 PM in the Pavilion for Classroom Day

September 8, 2016 at 11:30 in the Pavilion for Senior Citizen’s Day

September 9, 2016 in the tent at the Horse Show Arena, after school day activities. Around 3:30 PM to 4:00 PM.

Canned Food / Adult Exhibits

Home Economics Building

  • Registration – September 4  2016 – 2:30 PM – 7:00 PM
  • General Rules, Committee Rules, Descriptions, as well as details for all 53 Classes are listed in the Russell County Fair insert found in the Lebanon News.

*Note: Exhibits must be in clean heat treated canning jars.

Fruits

    • Apples
    • Applesauce
    • Blackberries
    • Cherries
    • Grape Juice
    • Peaches
    • Pears
    • Misc. Fruit

Meats

  • Cold Pack Meats- Example: Beef, Tenderloin, Venison, etc.
  • Canned Meats- Example: Chili, Spaghetti Sauce with meat, etc.
  • Misc. Meats

Vegetables

  • Beans, Green
  • Beans, Shelly
  • Carrots
  • Corn
  • Sauerkraut
  • Soup Mixture
  • Tomatoes
  • Tomato Juice
  • Misc. Vegetable

Jelly

  • Apple
  • Blackberry
  • Grape
  • Rasberry
  • Peach
  • Misc. Jelly

Jams

  • Blackberry
  • Raspberry
  • Misc. Jam

Preserves

  • Peach
  • Strawberry
  • Misc. Preserves

Fruit Butter

  • Apple Butter
  • Misc Fruit Butter

Pickles

  • Beet
  • Bread & Butter
  • Dill
  • Sweet Cucumber
  • Dilly beans
  • Mixed Pickles
  • Peppers, Banana
  • Peppers, pickled, sweet or hot
  • Pickles, Squash

Relishes & Sauces

  • Pickles, Misc.
  • Pickle Relish
  • Salsa
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Corn Relish
  • Sauce
  • Chow-Chow
  • Misc.

Other Misc.

  • Honey Strained, 1 qt.
  • Honey Chunked, 1 qt.
  • Molasses, 1 qt.

 

  • Class Prizes:
    • 1st – $3.00
    • 2nd – $2.00
    • 3rd – $1.00
    • Rosette
    • Best in Show

Committee:

Pat Gray , Peggy Ingle  & Courtney Ingle

All entries may be viewed from 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM – September 5th – September 10th.

 

 

Agriculture / Adult Exhibits

  • September 4, 2016
  • 2:30 PM – 7:00 PM
  • Located in the Agriculture & Art Building
  • General & Committee Rules can also be found in the Lebanon News  “Russell County Fair” insert.
  • All entries may be viewed daily:
    • September 5th – September 10th 10 AM – 9 PM
RULES
1. Each specimen or group of specimens must be shown in its proper division and class.
2.All entries must be displayed on paper plates supplied by exhibitors.
3. Any exhibit that deteriorates during the week may be discarded. Premiums will still be awarded and ribbons will be displayed. Class Prize Awards.
4. All exhibits must be washed & clean for display.
 OPEN VEGETABLES
  • Beans, Green, 6
  • Beans, Pole, 6
  • Beans, Half-Runners, 6
  • Beans, Cornfield, 6
  • Beans, Shelled; 1 pint
  • Peas, 6
  • Beets, with tops, 3
  • Carrots, with tops, 3
  • Cabbage, 1
  • Onion Large, 2
  • Onions medium, 3
  • Onion assort, 3 ( 1 of each- white, yellow & red)
  • Eggplant, 1
  • Peppers Green, 3
  • Peppers Yellow, 3
  • Peppers Cayenne, 3
  • Peppers Banana, 3
  • Peppers Jalapeno, 3
  • Peppers Habanero, 6
  • Peppers Assort, 3 ( 1 of each- green, yellow & red)
  • Potatoes Irish large, 2
  • Potatoes medium, 3
  • Potatoes Sweet, 3
  • Pumpkin small, 2
  • Pumpkin large field, 1
  • Pumpkin Pie, 2
  • Pumpkin Warty, 1
  • Pumpkin Jack-O-Lantern, 1
  • Squash Acorn, 1
  • Squash Cushaw, 1
  • Squash Butternut, 2
  • Squash crooked or straight, 3
  • Squash Zucchini, 2
  • Sunflower, 1 large head & must show seeds
  • Sunflower, 3 small heads
  • Tomatoes large red, 1
  • Tomatoes large yellow, 1
  • Tomatoes Roma, 3
  • Tomatoes medium, 3
  • Tomatoes miniature, 10
  • Tomatoes assort of 3 (different colors)
  • Watermelon, 1
  • Cantaloupe, 1
  • Okra, 5

Fruits

  • Apples, 3
  • Pears, 3
  • Peaches,3
  • Grapes, 2 bunches

Small Grains and Corn

  • Corn Sweet Garden, 3 ears
  • Corn Field White, 3 ears
  • Corn Field Yellow, 3 ears
  • Corn Popcorn, 3 ears
  • Corn Indian, 3 ears
  • Corn Stalk, with 2 ears

Hay and Silage

  • Hay, Alfalfa; not over 10% grass, 5″ thick section of bale
  • Hay, Alfalfa and Grass mixed; not over 50% of grass, 5″ thick section of bale
  • Hay, Grass; 5″ thick section of bale

Tobacco

  • Tobacco, 1 stalk

Miscellaneous Products

  • Eggs Colored (blue or green), 6
  •  Eggs Brown, 6
  • Eggs White, 6
  • Gourds Birdhouse, 1
  • Gourds Long Handled, 1
  • Gourds Small, 3
  • Gourds Decorative, 1
  • Decorative Collection, Basket or Wagon
  • Herbs large bunch, 1
 Class Prize Award:
  • 1st – $3
  • 2nd – $2
  • 3rd – $1
  • Best in Show-Rosette
Committee: Jo Osborne, Jeanette Farmer, Robert Farmer & Aaron Owens
 
 

Adult Art

  • September 4, 2016
  • 2:30 PM – 7:00 PM
  • Located in the Agriculture & Art Building

The times listed are to register to participate in this event.

  • Each specimen must be the work of the exhibitor. Frames and mats nay be purchased items. No paint by number or other similar work will be accepted.
  • Each entry must be numbered and tagged at check-in. The name of the artist must be on the entry tag.
  • Each framed work must have an attached hanger which will support the weight of the artwork. Standard art mats are preferred over wood frames.
  • Photographs which are not framed must be mounted on paper or mat.
  • Three dimensional works of art may include saws, sculpture, masks, abstract freestanding forms, pottery and other modeled forms.
  • No glass in framed art, nor photographs, nor glass objects of art are permitted.
  • Limit of one entry per person.

Oil & acrylic

  • Animal
  • Still Life or Flowers
  • Landscape or Seascape

Watercolor

  • All forms

Pastels

  • All forms

Mixed Media

  • All forms (including collage)

Pencil, Pen & Ink, Charcoal

  • Animal
  • Human Form or Portrait
  • All other

Photography- Black and White

  • Animals
  • Human Form or Portrait
  • Landscape or Seascape
  • Digitally Altered- Black & White
  • All other

Photography- Color

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Horses
  • Insects
  • All Other Animals
  • Flowers
  • Other Still Life
  • Seascape
  • Landscape
  • Human Form or Portrait
  • Digitally Altered- Color
  • All other
  • All forms

Three dimensional forms ( saws, sculpture, masks, pottery, etc.) Class Prize Award

  • 1st – $3
  • 2nd – $2
  • 3rd – $1
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Best In Show — Art  -Rosette
Best In Show-Photography – Rosette
Committee: Nell Colvard, Jim Lefler & Dorothy Lefler
 
 

Youth-Art

Home Economics Building

RULES:

  1. Each specimen must be the work of the exhibitor, except frames and mats may be purchased items. No paint by number or other similar work will be accepted.
  2. Only one entry per person.
  3. Each entry must be numbered and tagged at check-in. The name of the  artist must be on the entry tag.
  4. Each framed work must have an attached hanger which will support the weight of the artwork. Standard art mats are preferred over wood frames.
  5. Photographs which are not framed must be mounted on paper or mat.
  6. School projects must be pre-mounted on large poster boards of large construction paper. A maximum of three posters/papers per class will be accepted. The overall project shall display the name of the school, teacher and grade. If the project consists of a collection of individual art works, the name of each student shall be shown on the front of each work.
  7. Three dimensional works of art may include sculpture, masks, abstract freestanding forms, pottery and other  modeled forms.
  8. No glass in framed art or photograph nor glass objects of art permitted.

INDIVIDUAL CLASS PRIZE AWARD:
1st- $3
2nd- $2
3rd-$1

SCHOOL PRIZE AWARD:
1ST-$12
2ND-$8
3RD- $5

PRE-SCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN

  1. Watercolors or Tempera
  2. Magic Markers or Crayons
  3. Mixed Media (Inc. Collage and 3 Dimension’s)

FIRST AND SECOND GRADE

4. Watercolors or Tempera
5. Magic Markers or Crayons
6. Mixed Media (Inc. Collage and 3 Dimension’s)

THIRD THOUGH FIFTH GRADE

7. Watercolors or Tempera
8. Magic Markers or Crayons
9. Pencil, Pen, Ink and Charcoal
10. Oil and Acrylic
11. Mixed Media (Inc. Collage and 3 Dimension’s)
12. Photography, Landscape or Seascape
13. Photography- all other

SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADE

14. Watercolors or Tempera
15. Magic Markers or Crayons
16. Pencil, Pen, Ink and Charcoal
17. Oil and Acrylic
18. Mixed Media (Inc. Collage and 3 Dimension’s)
19. Photography, Landscape or Seascape
20. Photography- all other

HIGH SCHOOL

Oil, Acrylic or Tempera
21. All Forms

Watercolor
22. Animal
23. Human Form or Portrait
24. All Other

Pastels
25. All Forms

Pencil, Pen, Ink & Charcoal
26. Animal
27. Still Life or Flowers
28. Human Form or Portrait
29. All Other

Mixed Media
30. All Forms ( including collage)

Photography- Black and White
31. All Forms

Photography- Color
32. Animal
33. Human Form or Portrait
34. Landscape or Seascape
35. All Other

Three Dimensional Forms
36. All Forms

Best in Show/ High School- Rosette
Best in Show/Elementary- Rosette
Best in Show/Class- Rosette

 

Committee:
Sue Slack
Richard Hall
Doris Hall

Crafts- Youth Exhibits

Home Economics Building

Rules:

  1. Each specimen must be handwork of the exhibitor or produced by him and shown in the proper division or class.
  2. Crafts will be judged for appearance, design or pattern, color and workmanship.
  3. One entry per class, per person.
  4. All entries must have been made or prepared by the exhibitor within the last year. (Chairman has the right ti reject previous entries)
  5. Previously entered item will not be accepted.

Youth Classes Divided by Age:
Junior Class- thru 12 years
Senior Class- 13-19 years

Class prize Award:
1st- $3
2nd- $2

3rd-$1

Best in Show- Rosette

Class:

  1. Ceramics, any item
  2. Plaster of Paris
  3. Christmas Decorations, any item
  4. Decoupage
  5. Doll, handmade
  6. Animals, handmade
  7. Flowers. handmade
  8. Leather Work
  9. Wreath, any size
  10. Wood Plaque, any item
  11. Woodwork, small
  12. Woodwork, large
  13. Hand Painted, any item
  14. Jewelry, handmade
  15. Clothes Pin Craft
  16. Model Car (kits and painted)
  17. Plastic Canvas
  18. Baskets, handmade in any size
  19. Felt Craft, any item
  20. Beaded Jewelry
  21. Mosaic
  22. Sand Art
  23. Birdhouse
  24. Door Swag
  25. Decoration, home
  26. Scrapbooking
  27. Recycled, any item
  28. Duct Tape
  29. Miscellaneous, any item

 

Committee: Peggy Heranny

Youth Canned Foods

Home Economic Building

  • All exhibits must be in a clean, heat treated, standard canning jars with new lids and rings. Rusty lids, peanut butter, mayonnaise and pickle jars will not be accepted.
  • An exhibitor may make only one entry in each lot. Different members of the same family cannot make duplicate entries in the same lot. Should any article be entered in the wrong class, the superintendent may make proper correction of entry.
  • Articles that have been entered should be canned within the year.
  • Must pass proper test for seal use.

CLASSES:

Fruit:

    • Apples
    • Blackberries
    • Peaches
    • Applesauce

Vegetables:

    • Beans
    • Corn
    • Tomatoes
    • Tomato Juice
    • Pickled Beets
    • Sweet Pickles
    • Dill Pickles
    • Pickles ( dill, sweet & misc.)
    • Relish
    • Salsa
    • Vegetables, Misc.

Jams and Jellies:

    • Raspberry Jam
    • Blackberry Jam
    • Strawberry Preserves
    • Peach Preserves
    • Misc. Jams & Preserves
    • Apple Jelly
    • Blackberry Jelly
    • Grape Jelly
    • Apple Butter
    • Other
  • Class Prize Awards:
    • 1st – $3.00
    • 2nd – $2.00
    • 3rd – $1.00

     

    Best in Show- Rosette

All entries can be viewed from 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM daily September 5th – September 10th.

Committee: Mandy Worrell

Agriculture / Youth Exhibits

Committee: Eddy, Rebecca Hankins Family

  • September 4, 2016
    • 2:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Located in the Agriculture & Art Building

  • Youth eligible for registration up to age 19 Years
  • All entries may be viewed daily:
    • September 7th – September 12
    • 10 AM – 9 PM

Class Prize Award:

  • 1st – $3
  • 2nd – $2
  • 3rd – $1
  • Rosette
  • Best in Show
RULES
1. Each specimen or group of specimens must be shown in its proper division and class.
2. All entries must be displayed on paper plates supplied by exhibitors.
3. Any exhibit that deteriorates during the week may be discarded. Premiums will still be awarded and ribbons will be displayed. Class Prize Awards
4. All exhibits must be washed & clean for display. 
OPEN VEGETABLES
1. Beans, Green; 6
2. Beans, October, 6
3. Beans, Shelled; 1 pint
4. Cornfield Beans; 6
5. Peas 6
6. Beets, 3 with tops
7. Cabbage, 1
8. Carrots, 3 with tops
9. Cucumbers 3
10. Onion, 1 large
11. Onion, 3 medium
12. Eggplant, 1
13. Peppers, 3 Green
14. Peppers, 3 Red
15. Peppers, 3 Cayenne
16. Peppers, 3 Banana
17. Peppers, 3 Jalapeno
18. Peppers, 3 Habanero
19. Potatoes, Irish 1 large
20. Potatoes, 3 medium
21. Potatoes, Sweet 3
22.Pumpkin,Small or Specialty-2
23. Pumpkin, 1 large
24. Pumpkin Pie, 2
25. Pumpkin Field, 1
26. Pumpkin, Jack-O-Lantern – 1 any size
27. Squash, Acorn, 2
28. Squash, Cushaw, 1
29. Squash, Butternut; 2
30. Squash, Yellow, 3
31. Squash, Zucchini, 2
32. Sunflower, 1 large head
33. Sunflower, 3 small heads
34. Tomato, 1 large
35. Tomatoes, 3 medium
36. Tomatoes, Miniature 10
37. Watermelon, 1
38. Cantaloupe, 1
39. Okra, 5
40. Misc any other
 
FRUITS
41. Apples, 3
42. Pears, 3
43. Grapes, 2 bunches
44. Peaches, 3
45. Misc any other
 
SMALL GRAINS AND CORN
46. Corn, Sweet Garden, 23 ears
47. Corn, Hybrid White; 3 ears
48. Corn, Hybrid Yellow, 3 ears
49. Corn, stalk with 2 ears
50. Corn Indian, 3 ears
51. Corn, Popcorn 3 ears
 
HAY AND SILAGE
52. Hay, Alfalfa; not over 10% grass, 5” thick section of bale
53. Hay, Alfalfa and Grass Mixed; not over 50% of grass, 5” thick section of bale
54. Hay, grass; 5” thick section of bale
 
TOBACCO
55. Tobacco, 1 stalk
 
MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTS
56.Eggs,Colored Blue or Green 1 doz
57. Eggs, Brown,1 dozen in carton
58. Eggs, White ,1 dozen in carton
59. Gourds, Birdhouse 1
60. Gourds, Long Handled, 1
61. Gourds, Small; 3
62. Gourds, Decorative, 1
63. Decorative Collection, Basket or Wagon, etc.
64. Honey, Extracted, 1 qt.
65. Honey, Chunked, 1 qt.
66. Herbs, 1 large bunch
67. Entomology
68. Mr. Potato Head
69. Misc any other
 
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Team Roping

Friday, September 2, 2016 at 7:00 PM

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We will be having two different roping’s:

  • Open roping $25.00 a man, 3 head progressive, with a 14 second cut off in the first round only.
  • Number 8 roping $25.00 a man capped at a 4-3 head progressive with a 17 second cut off in the first round.

High money winners in each roping wins a trophy saddle. As well as added money in both roping’s. If there is a tie for the saddle, there will be a two head rope off.

You can only win one saddle!

For more information please contact:

Adam McGlothlin 276-971-7401 or

Preston White at 276-608-8565