168th Germantown Fair

JULY 30TH, 2022

AUGUST 1ST – 6TH, 2022

GERMANTOWN FAIR FLORAL EXHIBIT HALL 2021

Co-Chairs: LuAnn Asbury (606)564-0478

Donna Welte (606)782-0052 

2022 FLORAL HALL HOURS

Tuesday, August 2rd, 2022

Accepting entries from 8:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Closed from 3:00 P.M. until approximately 7:00 P.M. when it will re-open.

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022

Open 5:00 p.m. till 10:30 p.m.

Thursday, August 4th, 2022

Open 5:00 p.m. till 10:30 p.m.

Friday, August 5th, 2022 

Open 5:00 p.m. till 10:30 p.m.

Sponsors: 

Apron Strings, deSha’s, Whistle Stop, Amy’s Blue Daisy, Riverboat Treasure’s & Antiques, Whitney’s

Saturday, August 6th, 2022

Pick up items from 9:00 a.m. till Noon.

Cake Auction

                Best of Show & Blue Ribbon Cake Auction     

Tuesday Evening, August 2nd, 2022

Cooke Pavilion at 8:00 p.m.

Angel Food, Jam, Chocolate, White, Carrot, Yellow, German Chocolate, Decorated, Red Velvet, Hummingbird, and Exhibitor’s Choice Cakes will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.  All proceeds go to the exhibitor.  There will be other culinary items for sale in the Floral Exhibit Hall beginning Tuesday, August 2nd at 9:00 P.M.

 

Open Class

FLORAL EXHIBIT HALL 2022

Co-Chairs:  LuAnn Asbury (606)564-0478; Donna Welte (606)782-0052

GERMANTOWN FAIR FLORAL EXHIBIT HALL 2022

Co-Chairs:  LuAnn Asbury (606)564-0478; Donna Welte (606)782-0052

 

     This will be the 168th year for the Old Reliable Germantown Fair.  We welcome you and your exhibits to the exhibit hall.  We will be accepting entries Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.  Pre-entries will be accepted by calling Donna Welte at 782-0052.  You may participate if you live in any Kentucky county.  Please check the website or pamphlets at the Mason, Bracken, or Robertson Extension Office to make sure there is a class for the items you will be bringingNo new classes will be added.

     There are no specific entry fees; however, we are asking that you bring an item for the Blessing Boxes, food pantries, or the Back-Pack Programs at the schools.  Personal hygiene items such as soap, shampoo, toothpaste, or deodorant will work for the Blessing Boxes.  Non-perishable food items which have not reached their expiration date are needed for the Back-Pack Programs and food pantries.  These can range from cereal bars, raisins, and potted meats to beef jerky; anything which is canned, boxed, or bagged and requires little to no preparation.

     You may enter only one item per class.  All items exhibited must be made or grown by the exhibitor, except in the antique category.  Garden and other soil-grown items will be judged on uniformity and quality rather than size, unless specified otherwise, such as largest in some classes.

     Exhibitors must leave the Exhibit Hall during judging; judges will not have access to the name of the owner of the exhibits.  All exhibits will receive the best care. Exhibits are secured behind locked areas.  However, the fair company is not responsible for theft, fire, or breakage of items.

     Each entry will be given a ticket with your exhibitor number, not your name.  Bring your entry tickets to claim items you pick up on Saturday.  Premium monies will be available at the time of pick-up on Saturday, August 6th, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. until Noon.  The fair board will not be responsible for any exhibits left after that time.

 

2022 FLORAL EXHIBIT HALL HOURS

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022

Accepting entries from 8:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Closed from 3:00 P.M. until approximately 7:00 P.M. when it will re-open.

 

Wednesday, August 3rd, Thursday, August 4th, and Friday, August 5th, 2022

Open 5:00 p.m. till 10:30 p.m.

 

Saturday, August 6th, 2022

Pick up items from 9:00 a.m. till Noon.

                                                           

Cakes in Classes C1 – 11 will be auctioned on Tuesday evening, August 2nd at 8:00 p.m. at the Cooke Pavilion.  All proceeds will go to the exhibitor.

 

BEST Of SHOW will be awarded in Arts & Crafts, Culinary, Canning, Flowers & Plants, Handiwork, Antiques, and Farm & Garden Produce.

 

 

 

 

 

ART

PREMIUMS:  1st-$4.00, 2nd – $3.00, 3rd – $2.00

ART 1             Watercolor

ART 2             Acrylic Painting

ART 3             Pastels

ART 4             Charcoal

ART 5             Oil Paintings

ART 6             Pens/Pencil

ART 7             Folk Art

ART 8             Mixed Media

ART 9             Cartooning

ART 10           Chalk Art

ART 11           Computer Art

ART 12           Paint by Numbers

ART 13           Stenciled Painting

PHOTOGRAPHY

PREMIUMS:    1st-$4.00, 2nd – $3.00, 3rd – $2.00

One photo per class. Photos must be framed or mounted on cardboard.  No photos over

8 x 10.  The photo must have been taken within the last 12 months.

BLACK AND WHITE

APH    1          Historical/Cultural

APH    2          Still Life

APH    3          Portrait

APH    4          Animal

APH    5          Holiday

APH    6          Landscape

COLOR

APH    7          Historical/Cultural

APH    8          Still Life

APH    9          Portrait

APH   10         Animal

APH   11         Holiday

APH   12         Landscape

CRAFTS

MUST BE HOMEMADE

Premiums: 1st-$4.00, 2nd -$3.00 and 3rd – $2.00

CRA    1          Hair Bows/Bands

CRA    2          Beaded Jewelry

CRA    3          Burlap Craft

CRA    4          Latch Hook Item

CRA    5          Macrame’ Item (wall hanging, purse, hanging planter)

CRA    6          Loom Weaving Item (wall hanging, rug, potholder)

CRA    7          Reed/Natural Fiber Basket

CRA    8          Mixed Media Item

CRA    9          Decoupage’

CRA    10        Ceramics

CRA    11        Mason Jar Craft

CRA    12        Glass Etching

CRA    13        Molded Item

CRA    14        Stained Glass Item

CRA    15        Sculpture

CRA    16        Stenciling

CRA    17        Card Making

CRA    18        Scrapbooking (2-page layout)

CRA    19        Glass Block Decoration

CRA    20        Caned Item (stool, small item)

CRA    21        Upcycling

CRA    22        Painted Wall/Door Hanging

CRA    23        Rubber Band Craft

CRA    24        Christmas Wreath/Swag

CRA    25        Seasonal/Occasion Wreath

CRA    26        Christmas Tree Skirt

CRA    27        Christmas Stocking

CRA    28        Christmas Tree Decoration

CRA    29        Wood Carving

CRA    30        Wood Etching

CRA    31        Wood Toy

CRA    32        Wood Household Item (bowl, rolling pin, etc.)

CRA    33        Wood Barrell Top

CRA    34        Tobacco Stick Craft

CRA    35        Yard Art

CRA    36        Leather Craft

DOLLS

(DOLL STANDS ARE REQUIRED FOR JUDGING)

PREMIUM:  1st-$4.00, 2nd – $3.00 and 3rd – $2.00

DOLL 1          Bride Doll (Homemade Clothes, Long Dress)

DOLL 2          Stuffed Doll, China Head, Homemade Clothes

DOLL 3          Stuffed Doll, Bisque Head, Homemade Clothes

DOLL 4          Barbie Doll, Homemade Clothes

DOLL  5         Character Doll

DOLL 6         Baby Doll, Homemade Clothes

DOLL  7         Raggedy Ann

DOLL 8         Raggedy Andy

DOLL 9         Indian Doll

DOLL 10        Homemade Doll Clothes

DOLL 11        Homemade Doll Furniture

DOLL 12        Stuffed Doll – Homemade clothes

DOLL 13        Stuffed Animal – Homemade

DOLL 14        Sock Doll/Animal

DOLL 15        Stick Horse

 

CULINARY

ALL ENTRIES WILL BE TASTED BY THE JUDGES

      Cakes must be supported by heavy cardboard that is at least ½ inch wider than the cake base and is wrapped in clear plastic wrap.  Best of Show & Blue Ribbon Winners in classes C 1-11 of the cake division will be auctioned on Tuesday evening, August 2nd at 8:15 P.M. during the Little Teen Pageant in the Cooke pavilion.  Exhibitors wishing to sell other culinary items may ask the clerk in charge to post the asking price for that item.  There will be culinary items available for purchase on Wednesday evening, August 3rd at 5:30 P.M.  Exhibitors receive all monies from the sale of items.

CAKES

Premium:  1st-$10.00, 2nd-$8.00 and 3rd-$6.00

C         1          Angel Food (Not Iced)

C         2          Jam (Carmel Icing)

C         3          Chocolate (Chocolate Frosting)

C         4          White (Coconut Icing)

C         5          Carrot (Cream Cheese Icing)

C         6          Red Velvet

C         7          German Chocolate

C         8          Hummingbird

C         9          Yellow (Choice of Icing)

C         10        Decorated

C         11        Any Other Layer Cake with Icing

OTHER CAKES

PREMIUMS:    1st-$6.00, 2nd-$4.00 and 3rd $2.00

C         12        Bundt

C         13        Oatmeal

C         14        Pineapple Upside Down

C         15        Pound (No Icing)

C         16        Cupcakes (3 Iced)

BREAD

PREMIUM: 1st-$6.00 2nd– $4.00 and 3rd– $2.00

C         17        White Yeast Loaf

C         18        Yeast Dinner Rolls

C         19        Sweet Rolls

C         20        Coffee Cake

C         21        Biscuits (3)

C         22        Fruit Muffins (3)

C         23        Corn Muffins/Sticks (3)

C         24        Loaf of Banana Bread

C         25        Loaf of Zucchini Bread

C         26        Any Other Bread

COOKIES (6)

PREMIUM 1st– $6.00, 2nd– $4.00 and 3rd-$2.00

C         27        Brownies

C         28        Chocolate Chip

C         29        Peanut Butter

C         30        Sugar Plain

C         31        Oatmeal

C         32        Bar

C         33        Any Other Cookie

CANDY

PREMIUM 1st-$6.00, 2nd-$4.00 and 3rd-$2.00

C         34        Chocolate Fudge

C         35        Peanut Butter Fudge

C         36        Peanut Brittle

C         37        Any Other Candy

PIES

PREMIUM 1st– $8.00, 2nd– $6.00 and 3rd-$4.00

C         38        Transparent

C         39        Pecan

C         40        Fruit

C         41        Cream

C         42        Specialty

CANNING DEPARTMENT

PREMIUM: 1st-$3.00, 2nd-$2.00 and 3rd-$1.00

Pints and Quarts Only

VEGETABLES

CAN   1          Tomatoes (whole)

CAN    2          Tomato Juice

CAN   3          Tomatoes (diced)

CAN   4          Carrots

CAN   5          Beets

CAN   6          Soup Mixture

CAN   7          Corn (Off Cob)

CAN   8           Green Beans

CAN   9           Sauerkraut

CAN  10          Potatoes (white or sweet)

CAN  11          Banana Peppers

CAN  12          Jalapeño Peppers

FRUIT

CAN   13        Apples

CAN   14        Applesauce

CAN   15        Blackberries

CAN   16        Peaches

CAN   17        Raspberries

CAN    18        Pears

CAN   19        Cherries

JELLY

CAN   20        Apple

CAN   21        Grape

CAN   22        Blackberry

CAN   23        Raspberry

CAN   24        Blueberry

PRESERVES

CAN   25        Blackberry

CAN   26        Peach

CAN    27        Cherry

CAN   28        Strawberry

JAM  

CAN   29        Blackberry

CAN   30        Peach

CAN   31        Strawberry

CAN   32        Apple Butter

PICKLES

CAN   33        Sweet Pickles

CAN   34        Dill Pickles

CAN   35        Bread and Butter

CAN   36        Lime Pickles

CAN   37        Beet Pickles

CAN    38        Pickle Relish

CAN   39        Watermelon Pickles

CAN   40        Any Other Pickled Vegetable

MISCELLANEOUS

CAN   41        Pepper Relish

CAN    42        Corn Relish

CAN   43        Tomato Relish

CAN   44        Spaghetti Sauce

CAN   45        Salsa

CAN   46        Extracted Honey

CAN   47        Honey in Comb

CAN   48        Pie Filling

 

 

FLOWERS AND PLANTS

  1. Flowers must be homegrown; no commercial flowers are allowed.
  2. No wildflowers are permitted unless specified.
  3. Cut flowers must be displayed in a plain, clear glass container furnished by the exhibitor.
  4. All potted plants must be grown by the exhibitor.
  5. Exhibitors are permitted only one entry in each class.
  6. Entries must be in the correct class.
  7. Judges shall withhold premiums when entries are deemed unworthy of awards.
  8. The staging committee will exercise caution but cannot be responsible for injury or loss of plant materials or containers.

 

SPECIAL CLASSES

  1. All entries in this class must feature flowers and/or foliage unless otherwise stated.
  2. Artistic arrangements must be in some type of preservative, flowers must be of a type that will stay fresh for several days.
  3. Painted live materials are allowed in this class.
  4. Accessories and vases may be used in all artistic design classes.
  5. Exhibitors are permitted only one entry in each artistic class.

 

ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS

PREMIUM:  1st-$6.00, 2nd -$5.00, and 3rd – $4.00

F          1          Ice Age:  Predominantly white

F          2          Santa’s on His Way:  Christmas arrangement using live or artificial.

F          3          The Reapers:  Using fruits and/or vegetables as part of the design.

F          4          By Candlelight:  All yellow flowers and using a candle.

F          5          Naturally:  Wildflowers and foliage in the rustic container.

F          6          This Land Is Our Land:  A patriotic arrangement.

F          7          Companies Coming:  Formal dining table arrangement.

F          8          Fairy Garden:  May include live &/or artificial plants

CUT FLOWERS

PREMIUM:  1st-$4.00, 2nd -$3.00 and 3rd-$2.00

F          9         Asters

F          10        Large Marigold

F          11        Miniature Marigold

F          12        Gladiolus

F          13        Large Zinnias

F          14        Miniature Zinnias

F          15        Large Dahlia

F          16        Miniature Dahlia

F          17        White/White Blend Rose

F          18        Light Colored Rose

F          19        Dark Colored Rose

F          20        Miniature Rose Spray

F          21        Snapdragons

F          22        Rose of Sharon

F          23        Salvias

F          24        Verbenas

F          25        Hydrangea

F          26        Magic Lily

F          27        Black-Eyed Susan’s

F          28        Phlox

F          29        Dianthus

F          30        Day Lily

F          31        Cannas

F          32        Sunflower

F          33        Largest Sunflower

F          34        Largest Cockscomb

 

 

 

PLANTS

 

F          35        Fern

F          36        Impatience

F          37        Spider Plant

F          38        Begonia

F          39        Geranium

F          40        Hibiscus

F          41        African Violet

F          42        Petunia

F          43        Dragon Wings

F          44        Foliage Planter

F          45        Herb Plant/Garden

F          46        Mixed Floral Planter

F          47        Flowering Hanging Basket

 

HANDIWORK (Must be homemade)

No articles will be judged if they are soiled, unfinished, store-bought, or have been entered in the wrong class.  The judge does not have to give a premium if they think it is unworthy of an award; even if it is the only one in the class.

PREMIUM:  1st-$5.00, 2nd– $3.00 and 3rd-$2.00

H         1          Decorated Clothing

H         2          Tie-Dyed Tee Shirt

H         3          Painted Clothing Item

H         4          Mini Quilt Block

H         5          Chicken Scratch

H         6          Crewel Embroidery

H         7          Candle wicking

H         8          Smocking

H         9          Knitted Item

H         10        Crocheted Item

H         11        Cross Stitched Item

H         12        Counted Cross Stitched Item

H         13        Needlepoint on Cloth

H         14        Needlepoint on Plastic Canvas

H         15        Applique Item

SEWING

H         16        Apron

H         17        Purse/Wallet

H         18        Placemats/Runner/Tablecloth/Napkins

H         19        Article of Clothing

H         20        Tote/Backpack

H         21        Coasters/Potholders/Oven Mitt

H         22        Accessories (belt/hat/scarf)

QUILTS (OLD)

H         23        Pieced

H         24        Patchwork

H         25        Embroidered

H         26        Tied or Knotted

H         27        Child’s

H         28        Appliqued

QUILTS (NEW HAND STITCHED)

H         29        Pieced

H         30        Patchwork

H         31        Embroidered

H         32        Tied or Knotted

H         33        Cross Stitch Embroidered      

H         34        Appliqued

QUILTS (NEW MACHINE STITCHED)

H         35        Pieced

H         36        Patchwork

H         37        Painted

H         38        Graphic

H         39        Child’s

H         40        Any Combination of Hand & Machine Stitched

 

ANTIQUES (50 Years or Older)

PREMIUM:  1st-$4.00, 2nd -$3.00 and 3rd-$2.00

GLASS-CHINA-STONEWARE

O         1          Stoneware Pitcher

O         2          Glass Pitcher

O         3          China Pitcher

O         4          Child’s Plate

O         5          Depression Glass Bowl

O         6          Glass Bowl

O         7          China Bowl  

O         8          Hand Painted Piece

O         9          Art Glass Piece

O         10        Pottery Piece

O         11        Pressed Glass Piece

O         12        Carnival Glass Piece

O         13        Flow Blue Piece

O         14        Cut Glass Piece   

HOUSEHOLD

O         15        Glass Butter Churn

O         16        Ink Well

O         17        Candlestick

O         18        Paperweight

O         19        Mustache Cup

O         20        Straight Razor

O         21        Figurine

O         22        Miniature Oil Lamp with handle

METALS

O         23        Scales

O         24        Collection Brass Bells

O         25        Brass Household Item

O         26        Copper Household Item

O         27        Silver Household Item

O         28        Pewter Item

CLOTHES AND ACCESSORIES

O         29        Vintage Child’s Clothing

O         30        Vintage Adult Clothing

O         31        Vintage Accessory

O         32        Vintage Shoes

O         33        Costume Jewelry Piece

BOTTLES

O         34        Medicine

O         35        Beer

O         36        Whiskey

O         37        Mineral

O         38        Water

O         39        Milk

O         40        Soft Drink

HOUSEHOLD WOOD

O         41        Coffee Mill

O         42        Butter Mold

O         43        Wooden Bowl

O         44        Kitchen Tool

IRON

O         45        Iron

O         46        Skillet

O         47        Bean Pot

O         48        Corn Muffin/Corn Stick Pan

TOYS

O         49        Tin Toy

O         50        Wooden Toy

O         51        Mechanical Toy

O         52        Game

O         53        Mechanical Bank

O         54        Still Bank       

MISCELLANEOUS WOOD AND METAL, ETC.

O         55        Shop Tool

O         56        Car Tool         

O         57        General Store Item

O         58        Wash Board

STONE JARS

O         59        White

O         60        Brown and White

O         61        Blue and Gray

 

GRANITE

O         62        Blue

O         63        White

O         64        Grey

O         65        Any Other Color

HORSE EQUIPMENT

O         66        Leather Horse Equipment

O         67        Metal Horse Equipment

O         68        Buggy Accessory

MISCELLANEOUS

O         69       Tin Can

O         70       Miniature Tintype Photo

O         71       Organization Award/Pin/Medal

O         72       Thermometer

O         73       Postcard of KY Scene

O         74       Sport’s Item

O         75       Fishing Item

O         76       Medical Item

O         77       Collection Clay Marbles

O          78       Powder Horn     

ADVERTISING PIECE

O         79       Mason County

O          80       Bracken County

O         81       Robertson County

HISTORICAL PIECE (not bottle or advertising)

O         82       Mason County

O         83       Bracken County

O         84       Robertson County

TOBACCO

O         85       Setting Tools

O          86       Cutting Tools

O         87       Tins//Boxes/Cans

O          88       Tobacco Basket

OLDEST

O         89        Germantown Fair Catalog

O         90        Germantown Fair Souvenir (Must be dated)

O         91        Germantown Fair Photo

O         92        Bible (Original copyright date page)

O         93        Cookbook (Original copyright date page)

O         94        Kentucky Souvenir (Must be dated)

O         95        Kentucky License Plate

 

 

 

 

 

FARM & GARDEN PRODUCE

Must be homegrown; four vegetables to a plate unless otherwise indicated.

PREMIUM: 1st-$3.00, 2nd -$2.00, and 3rd-$1. 00

VEGETABLES

P           1         White Potatoes (Plate)

P           2         Red Potatoes (Plate)

P           3         Sweet Potatoes (Plate)

P           4         1 Zucchini

P           5         1 Crookneck Squash

P           6         1 Spaghetti Squash

P          7         Any Squash Not Listed

P           8         Yellow Corn

P           9         White Corn

P          10        Shelled Corn (1 Quart)

P          11        Plate Roma Tomatoes

P          12        Plate Yellow Tomatoes

P          13        Plate Green Tomatoes

P          14        Plate Pink Tomatoes

P          15        Plate Red Tomatoes

P          16        Plate Cherry Tomatoes (6)

P          17        Plate Grape Tomatoes (6)

P          18        Plate Yellow Onions

P          19        Plate White Onions

P          20        Plate Purple Onions

P          21        Plate Green Peppers

P          22        Plate Red Peppers

P          23        Plate Yellow Peppers

P          24        Plate Hot Peppers

P          25        Plate Bush Beans (6)

P          26        Plate Pole Beans (6)

P          27        1 Cucumber for slicing

P          28        3 Cucumbers for pickles

P          29        1 Head Cabbage

P          30        1 Head Cauliflower

P          31        1 Egg Plant

MISCELLANEOUS
P          32        dozen White Eggs

P          33        dozen Brown Eggs

P          34        Vegetables in a Basket

P          35        Fruit in a Basket

P          36        Guards/Pumpkins in a Basket

LARGEST VEGETABLE OR FRUIT
P          37        Potato

P          38        Pumpkin

P          39        Tomato

P          40        Squash

P          41        Watermelon

P          42        Cabbage

P          43        Onion

FRUITS (Grown by exhibitor)

P          44        Plate of Blackberries (6)

P          45        Plate of Peaches (4)

P          46        Plate of Plums (6)

P          47        Plate of Grapes (12)

P          48        Plate of Apples (4)

P          49        1 Cantaloupe

P          50        1 Watermelon

P          51        1 Pumpkin

Hay must be wrapped in plastic before entering the Floral Hall!

P          52        Slice of Clover Hay

P          53        Slice of Grass Hay

P          54        Slice of Alfalfa Hay

P          55        Twist of Tobacco

P          56        Stick of Tobacco

P          57        Soybeans (qt. or gal. jar)

P          58        Wheat (qt. or gal. jar)

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4-H Floral Hall Classes

 

The following is a list of all classes that 4-H members from Bracken, Mason, and Robertson Counties
are eligible to enter. For a complete list of rules and guidelines for these classes, 4-H members need to
contact their 4-H Youth Development Agent at their County Extension Office. Projects may be dropped
off at the Floral Hall on Tuesday, August 2nd from 9:00 AM-Noon. County ID# & Class# must be
marked on each project. No late entries will be accepted!
Division 2101 – Burley Tobacco / Division 2103 – Green Stick & Potted Burley
400 Flying
401 Lug
402 Leaf
403 Tip
404 Burley (Green-Stick)
405 Best potted growing plant of Burley Tobacco
Division 6013.1 Country Ham Project (Smoked & Non-Smoked)
Please bring hams in a box/bag/pillowcase etc
406 9 years old
407 10 years old
408 11 years old
409 12 years old
410 13 years old
411 14 years old
412 15 years old
413 16-18 years old
Division 6015 4-H Horticulture & Plant Science
414 Environmental Awareness
415 Production and Marketing
416 Experimental Horticulture
417 Horticultural Project Exhibits
418 Terrariums
419 Dish gardens (desert or tropical)
420 Vegetable container gardens (grown in)
421 Annual container gardens -(non-vegetable)
422 House plants
423 Hanging baskets
424 Herb Container Garden
425 Window Box Display
426 Upcycled Container Garden
427 Variety Basket- minimum of 5 fruits/veggies
428 Tomato (5 per plate) cherry yellow or red
429 Tomato (5 per plate) beef steak
430 Tomato (5 per plate) heirloom
431 Peppers, hot (5 per plate)
432 Peppers-bell (5 per plate)
433 Peppers- sweet (5 per plate)
434 Cucumbers, slicing (5 per plate)
435 Cucumbers, pickling (5 per plate)
436 Beans, snap, or lima (12 per plate)
437 Corn, sweet (in the husks 5 ears per plate)
438 Cantaloupe (1 whole), halved
439 Summer Squash (3 per plate)
440 Eggplant (3 per plate)
441 Potato (5 per plate)
442 Largest Tomato
443 Largest Pumpkin
444 Largest Watermelon

Division 6018 4-H Crops
445 Alfalfa hay – ½ bale in plastic
446 Red clover hay – ½ bale in plastic
447 Timothy hay – ½ bale in plastic
448 Other Grass hay – ½ bale in plastic
449 Mixed hay – ½ bale in plastic
450 Yellow-ear, from the previous year’s crop
451 Yellow-ear, from the current year’s crop
452 Yellow-shelled, from the previous year’s crop
453 White-ear, from the previous year’s crop
454 White-ear, from the current year’s crop
455 White-shelled, from the previous year’s crop
456 White Popcorn-ear, previous year’s crop
457 Red Popcorn-ear, previous year’s crop
458 Yellow Popcorn-ear, previous year’s crop
459 Soybeans from the current year’s crop
460 Soybeans from the previous year’s crop
461 Grain Sorghum from the current year’s crop
462 Grain Sorghum from the previous year’s crop
463 Sweet sorghum from the current year’s crop
464 Wheat from the current year’s crop
465 Barley from the current year’s crop
Division 6021 4-H Electric
466 Battery powered series and parallel circuits
467 Homemade galvanometer
468 Electromagnetic circuits
469 DC motor
470 Battery powered series and parallel circuits
471 Original design soldered circuit project
472 Wiring Display
473 Simple household or farm use circuit
474 Complex household or farm use circuit
475 Table, desk, vanity, or floor lamps
(original design only)
476 Basic electric circuit w/o solid-state components
477 Basic electric circuit with solid-state components
478 Basic electronic circuits with solid-state
components (original design).
479 Wind-powered energy project (original)
480 Solar powered energy project (original)
Division 6025 4-H Wood Science
481 Level 1, (Simple item from a kit) 485 Level 3, (Advanced NOT from a kit)
482 Level 1, (Simple NOT from a kit) 486 Level 4, (Quality Finish NO kits)
483 Level 2, (More elaborate made from a kit) 487 Level 4, (Master Skill Level NO kits)
484 Level 2, (More elaborate NOT from a kit)
Division 6026 Ecology, Natural Resources
488 First year project – specimen
489 First year project – photos
490 Second-year project– specimen
491 Second-year project– photos
492 Third year project – specimen
493 Third year project – photos
494 Fourth year project – specimen or photos
495 Fifth year project – specimen or photos
HONEY
496 2 one lb. containers of white honey
497 2 one lb. containers of light amber honey
498 2 one lb. containers of amber extracted honey
499 2 one lb. containers of dark amber honey
500 2 one lb. wide-mouth quart jars of chunk honey
501 Any frame-capped honey for comb (light)
502 Any frame-capped honey for comb (amber)
503 Any frame-capped honey for extraction (light)
504 Any frame-capped honey for extraction (amber)
505 Best display one frame observation hive
Division 6027 4-H Forestry
506 Leaf Collections Collection of 10 leaves
representing 10 forest trees found in Kentucky.
507 Leaf Print Collection Collect and print 10 leaves
representing 10 forest trees found in Kentucky.
508 Leaf Collection-2nd year Collection of 20 leaves
representing 20 forest trees and different from
ones were done by the same exhibitor in the first year
the project found in Kentucky.
509 Educational Exhibit Develop a creative
educational exhibit on some phases of forestry.
510 Educational Exhibit Develop a creative
educational exhibit on some phases of forestry.
511 Stem, Leaf, Fruit display collect and mount 5
stems, leaves, and fruit represent 5 forest
trees found in Kentucky.
512 Leaf Collection-3rd Year (50 leaves)
Division 6028 Geology
513 First-year Geology
514 Second-year Geology
515 Third Year Geology
516 Fourth Year Geology
517 Special Collection (5th Year)
Division 6035 4-H Foods Exhibits
Visit your local Extension Office for recipes.
518 Oatmeal Muffins (3)
519 Cheese Muffins (3)
520 Rolled Biscuits (3)
521 Scones (3)
522 Cornmeal Muffins (3)
523 Coffee Cake with Topping (3 pieces)
524 Chewy Granola Bars (3)
525 Brownies (3)
526 Snickerdoodle Cookies (3)
527 Rich Chocolate Cake (8-9 inch)
528 Carrot or Zucchini Cake (8-9 inch)
529 Basic Chiffon Cake (1/4)
530 Double Crust Apple Pie
531 Cinnamon Twist (3)
532 Soft Pretzels (3)
533 Oatmeal Bread (1 loaf)
534 Honey Whole Wheat (1 loaf)
535 Classic Chocolate Fudge (3 pieces)
536 Adapted Food Recipe
Division 6036 4-H Food Preservation Exhibits
Visit your local Extension Office for recipes.
537 Dried Apples in container
538 Salsa (pint jar or smaller)
539 Dill Pickles (pint jar or smaller)
540 Strawberry Jam (half a pint or smaller)
541 Green Bean (pint jar)
Division 6030 4-H Photography
542 Forest
543 Water
544 Wildlife
545 Natural Scenic
546 Native Plants
547 Insect
548 Livestock
549 Crops
550 Life Cycle
551 Agriculture Scenic
552 Farm Equipment
553 Modern or Historical Practices
554 Formal/Candid Portrait
555 Urban Scenic
556 Event
557 Service
558 4-H Event
559 National/International Experience
560 Family
561 Food Preparation
562 Culture
563 Fashion Portrait
564 Patterns/Design
565 Residential
566 Mechanics
567 Architecture
568 Energy
569 Movement
570 Construction
571 Machinery/Equipment
572 Physical Activity
573 Competitive Sports
574 Healthy Lifestyle
575 Healthy Foods
576 Careers in Health
577 Dealing with Stress
578 Music
579 Instrument/Art Utensils
580 Cultural Arts Event
581 Arts Creation
582 Created Art in Your Community
583 Words-Single Word Spelled Out
Horticulture:
584 Single Black & White
585 Single Color
586 Sequence of 4 (BW/Color) Visual Story
587 Collection of 6 (BW/Color)
Division 6032 4-H Sewing
588 Clothing Option: Shorts, pants, or skirt with
casing waistline (elastic and/or drawstring).
589 Non Clothing Option: Drawstring backpack or
tote bag with fabric handles OR a laundry bag.
590 Clothing Option: Skirt, shorts, or pants
591 Non Clothing Option: Tote bag, purse, garment
bag, or gym bag with zipper and self-fabric
straps or handles.
592 Clothing Option: Shirt, simple jacket, one-piece
dress with no waistline, cape with a hood or
collar, bathrobe, or vest with lining or facing.
593 Non Clothing Option: Backpack with lining,
applied trim, and button/buttonhole closure.
594 1 or 2 piece complete outfit made from knit
595 1 piece complete outfit made from woven fabric
596 Clothing Option: 2 or 3 piece complete
coordinating outfit
597 Non Clothing Option: Original design tote bag
and documentation folder – Using Wild Ginger
Software, Inc.
598 Up Cycle It!: Junior item is sewn from
recycled/repurposed garment or accessory
599 Smart Clothing: Soft circuit item using
conductive thread using hand or machine.
600 Clothing Option:1 or 2 piece complete outfit
such as dress, top & bottom, pajamas
601 Non Clothing Option: 2 coordinating accessories
such as a wallet, garment, bag, purse, or duffel bag.
At least 1 item must have a zipper
602 Dress it Up 1 or 2 piece dressy outfit such as
pantsuit or a nice dress
603 Match It Up-Clothing Option: Choose at least 1
from each group making a 3-4 piece coordinated
outfit.
• Shorts, pants, or skirt
• Top, blouse, shirt
• Vest, jacket, sweater
604 Match It Up-Non Clothing Option: 3 or 4 piece
coordinating luggage/travel accessories set.
Each piece must have an applied border/trim,
pocket and zipper.
605 Clothing Option: Construct a complete outfit for
one of the following activities:
• Halloween, theater, or historic costume
• Uniform for medical, cheerleader, dancer, et
• Riding apparel
606 Non Clothing Option:
• Fabric doll or animal with a wardrobe of two
outfits
• Machine appliquéd specialty flag or
decorative banner (minimum size 24 inches
x 24 inches)
607 Clothing Option: 2 or 3-piece complete outfit.
608 Formal Affair: 1 or 2 piece complete outfit, such
as a prom dress, bridesmaid dress, or tuxedo.
Fabric choice may be woven, knit or a
combination of the two.
609 Up Cycle It! – Senior Item sewn from
recycled/repurposed garments
610 Smart Clothing
Division 6033 4-H Needlework Department
611 Small crochet item-medium weight yarn
612 Large crochet item-medium weight yarn
613 Crochet item-novelty yarn
614 Crochet item-granny squares
615 Crochet item-intermediate skills/pattern
616 Crochet item-intermediate skills/shaping
617 Crochet Item-advanced skills
618 Crochet item-advanced original design
619 Redwork – One type of embroidery stitch
620 Stamped Cross Stitch – Embroidery Stitch
621 Candlewicking – Multiple Types
622 Stamped Embroidery
623 Free Embroidery
624 Cross Stitch on Gingham
625 Counted Cross Stitch on 11 Count Aida Cloth
626 Chicken Scratch on Gingham
627 Item of crewel embroidery
628 Counted Cross Stitch on 14 Count Aida Cloth
629 Counted Cross Stitch using Waste Canvas
630 Huck Embroidery
631 Swedish Weaving
632 Ribbon Embroidery
633 Counted Cross Stitch on 18 County Aida Cloth
634 English Smocking
635 Small Simple Knitted Item
636 Knitted item-self striping or variegated yarn
637 Larger Simple Knitted Item
638 Knitted project focused on shape – Fashion
639 Knitted project focused on shape–toy
640 Knitted project focused on color design
641 Knitted project focused on textural design
642 Strip Quilt
643 Quilted Wall Hanging
644 Quilted Table Runner
645 Quilted as you go Table Topper or Wall Hanging
646 Machine Quilted Wall Hanging or Small Quilt
647 Quilted Dimensional Pieces
648 Charm Squares or Strips
649 Pillow with Applique
650 Foundational Paper Piecing
651 English Paper Piecing
652 Large Quilt
653 4-H’er Designed Quilt
654 Crazy Quilt Patchwork
Division 6039 4-H Home Environment
656 Color Collage
657 Texture Collage or Rubbing
658 Natural finish (grain shows through) applied to
small wood object.
659 Simple cloth items for the home created using
minimal sewing machine stitching.
660 Wastebasket
661 Crate Bookshelf
662 Bulletin Board
663 Decorative items for the home with photo
664 Simple Wood Item Refinished
665 Cloth items for the home created using a
sewing machine.
666 Invitation & thank you letter/note
667 Accessory for the home created by a member
668 Table setting
669 Piece of furniture refinished by the 4-H member
670 Old or discarded made useful in a new way as a
home accessory
671 An accessory for the home, made with
member’s original or adapted design
672 Heritage item refinished, restored, or made by
the 4-H member
673 Purchased article selected by 4-H member to
solve a home decorating problem
674 A cloth article made by the 4-H’er showing a
major home improvement
675 Furniture, which has been refinished,
reupholstered, recovered, recycled, reused or
remodeled
676 Design Experience
677 Heritage Experience
678 Major Home Improvement
679 Color Wheel Collage
680 Design Style Board
681 Bubble Diagram-Home
682 Bubble Diagram-Commercial
683 Storage Analysis
684 Bedroom Room Floor Plan
685 House Floor Plan
686 Commercial Floor Plan
687 Presentation Board-Color Scheme for 1 Room
688 Presentation Board-Bedroom Floor Plan/Color
Scheme
689 Presentation Board-Family Room Floor
Plan/Color Scheme
690 Universal Design
Division 6041 4-H Leadership & 6041.1 21st Century Skills
691 Junior – 2-page activity
692 Senior – 4-page activity
693 4-H Club Scrapbook
694 Senior Division – Resume
695 Junior Division – Interview Poster
Division 6040 Consumer and Financial Education
696 Poster on “Bargain Shopping”
697 Poster on “What is the Best Buy?”
698 Poster on “Media and the Marketplace”
699 Poster on “Decision! Decisions! Decide!”
700 Poster on “How to Write a Wrong’
701 Poster on “I Own a Car or Does It Own Me”
702 Poster on “What Does Real Life Cost?”
Division 6042 Kentucky 4-H Trends
703 Junior Clover Photograph
704 Senior Clover Photograph
705 Junior Historical 4-H Poster
706 Senior Historical 4-H Poster
707 Junior Upcycling Project
708 Senior Upcycling Project
709 Junior 4-H Cake Decorating (with clover)
710 Senior 4-H Cake Decorating (with clover)
711 Junior Cake Decorating (general)
712 Senior Cake Decorating (general)
713 Junior 4-H Cupcake Decorating (with clover)
714 Senior 4-H Cupcake Decorating (with clover)
715 Junior Cupcake Decorating (general)
716 Senior Cupcake Decorating (general)
717 Junior Loom Knitting
718 Senior Loom Knitting
Division 6041.2 Civic Engagement / Service Learning
719 Junior Community Worker Interview Poster 720 Senior Service Project Poster

Division 6029 4-H Arts & Crafts
721 Junior Acrylic Still Life
722 Senior Acrylic Still Life
723 Junior Water Color
724 Senior Water Color
725 Junior Abstract
726 Senior Abstract
727 Junior Sand Painting
728 Senior Sand Painting
729 Junior Self Portrait
730 Senior Self Portrait
731 Junior Human Action
732 Senior Human Action
733 Junior Oil Painting
734 Senior Oil Painting
735 Junior Oil Landscape
736 Senior Oil Landscape
737 Junior Intaglio Collagraph Print
738 Senior Intaglio Collagraph Print
739 Junior Blueprint Paper Print
740 Senior Blueprint Paper Print
741 Junior Etched Plexiglas
742 Senior Etched Plexiglas
743 Junior Wax Resist Print
744 Senior Wax Resist Print
745 Junior Tire Stamp Print
746 Senior Tire Stamp Print
747 Junior Linoleum Print
748 Senior Linoleum Print
749 Junior Hand Drawn Negative Photograph
750 Senior Hand Drawn Negative Photograph
751 Junior 5 Color Design
752 Senior 5 Color Design
753 Junior Computer Drawing
754 Senior Computer Drawing
755 Junior Contour Drawing
756 Senior Contour Drawing
757 Junior Two Point Perspective
758 Senior Two Point Perspective
759 Junior Circular Shape Object
760 Senior Circular Shape Object
761 Junior Color Pencil
762 Senior Color Pencil
763 Junior Pen & Ink
764 Senior Pen & Ink
765 Junior Calligraphy
766 Senior Calligraphy
767 Junior Cartooning
768 Senior Cartooning
769 Junior Felted Wool Applique Mat
770 Senior Felted Wool Applique Mat
771 Junior Cotton Linter Bowl
772 Senior Cotton Linter Bowl
773 Junior Batik Fabric
774 Senior Batik Fabric
775 Junior Lap Loom Woven Place Mat
776 Senior Lap Loom Woven Place Mat
777 Junior Inkle Loom Basket
778 Senior Inkle Loom Basket
779 Junior Clay Container
780 Senior Clay Container
781 Junior Clay Bust
782 Senior Clay Bust
783 Junior Mask
784 Senior Mask
785 Junior Cardboard Sculpture
786 Senior Cardboard Sculpture
787 Junior Flower Wire Sculpture
788 Senior Flower Wire Sculpture
789 Junior Plaster of Paris Carving
790 Senior Plaster of Paris Carving
791 Junior Art Trends
792 Senior Art Trends
793 Junior Heritage Craft
794 Senior Heritage Craft
795 Junior Basket Making
796 Senior Basket Making
797 Junior Jewelry
798 Senior Jewelry
799 Junior Leather Craft
800 Senior Leather Craft
*Exhibitors must be a current members of the Bracken, Mason, or Robertson 4-H program. All projects must
have been completed since Germantown Fair 2021. No repeat projects will be accepted! Be sure to contact
your local Extension Office for complete details including class descriptions and requirements.
County ID# & Class# must be marked on each project. No late entries will be accepted

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FFA Floral Hall Classes

FFA Floral Hall

Vegetables and Fruits:

Premiums $6.00, $4.00, $2.00

FFA – 1  Any kind of Potatoes, Plate of 5

FFA – 2  Largest Potato

FFA – 3  Any kind of Beans, Plate of 12

FFA –  4  Zucchini, Plate of 3

FFA –  5  Squash, Plate of 3

FFA – 6  Largest Squash

FFA – 7  Sweet Corn, Plate of 3

FFA – 8  Tomatoes, Plate of 3

FFA – 9  Cherry Tomatoes, Plate of 3

FFA – 10  Largest Tomato

FFA – 11 Largest Onion

FFA – 12 Any Kind of Peppers, Plate of 5

FFA – 13 Cucumbers, Plate of 5

FFA – 14 Any Other Vegetable

FFA – 15 Cantaloupe

FFA – 16 Any Other Fruit, a plate of 5

 

Field Crops and Other:

Premiums $6.00, $4.00, $2.00

FFA – 17 Hand Tied Tobacco

FFA – 18 Wheat, ½ gal. clear jar

FFA – 19 Soybeans, plant

FFA – 20 Dozen Eggs

 

Premiums $10.00, $8.00, $6.00

All hay products (no more than ½ bale) must be wrapped in clear plastic before entering Floral Hall.

FFA – 21 Alfalfa Hay

FFA – 22 Legume & Grass Hay

FFA – 23 Any Grass Hay

 

Premiums $12.00, $10.00, $8.00

FFA – 24 Stalks of Corn – 5 stalks

FFA – 25 Stick of Tobacco – 5 stalks

 

FFA Paper Work

Premiums:  $8.00, $6.00, $4.00

FFA – 26 Proficiency in any KY FFA Area

FFA – 27 Oldest Agriculture Class Notebook

 

 

 

 

 

FFA Shop Projects:

Premiums:  $10.00, $8.00, $6.00

FFA – 28 Small Wood Projects

FFA – 29 Small Metal Projects

Premiums:  $12.00, $10.00, $8.00

FFA – 30 Medium Wood Projects

FFA – 31 Medium Metal Projects

Premiums:  $15.00, $12.00, $10.00

FFA – 32 Large Wood Projects

FFA – 33 Large Metal Projects

 

Horticulture Exhibits:

Premiums:  $6.00, $4.00, $2.00

FFA – 34 Hanging Basket

FFA – 35 Cut Flowers

Premiums:  $15.00, $12.00, $10.00

FFA – 36 Landscape Design Display

 

Open FFA Class Only:

Premiums $6.00, $4.00, $2.00

FFA – 37 Oldest FFA Award

FFA – 38 Oldest FFA Jacket from Bracken,            Mason, or Robertson County