KATIE THOMPSON, Assistant Superintendent
1. This department is governed by the rules and regulations of the Eastern Colorado Round-Up. Exhibitors in this department may be county resi-dents, direct relatives, or residents of adjacent counties.
2. Entries will be accepted from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday of Fair Week. For Baked Foods, and Garden & Floriculture - all exhibit items must be pre-entered and then delivered and in place by 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
3. Judging will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday of Fair Week for all Sections.
4. Each exhibitor must designate the class as they enter their exhibit. Entries must remain as en-tered. Exhibitor should have entry tags filled out ahead of check-in time, if possible. Entry tags may be picked up at the CSU Extension Office in ad-vance of the fair.
5. All entries must be finished articles, must have been made by the exhibitor and completed within past two years. Articles that have been previously entered at the Round-Up will not be accepted. 4-H projects may be entered in Open Class the follow-ing year after being exhibited in 4-H Building.
6. Each exhibitor will be limited to one entry per class. Entry cannot be duplicated in miscellaneous or other classes.
7. Classes may be added at the superintendent's discretion with a minimum of three similar entries.
8. Baked goods not receiving ribbons may be checked out or sold after judging is completed. Baked goods receiving ribbons may be checked out providing the following size pieces are left on exhibit: 3" wedge of cake; 1/6 of pie; 1/3 loaf of bread; 3 rolls; 3 cookies.
9. One Judge's Choice award will be selected in each section for a special $5.00 premium.
10. In all sections youth exhibitors (Teen 11-19 years and Youth 10 years and younger) will be judged separate from adults.
11. High Point rosettes & all awards will be presented in a short ceremony Thursday of Fair Week at 3:00 p.m.
12. The building hours: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tues-day and Wednesday. 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Thursday and Friday. 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday. All entries will be released on Saturday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
HIGH POINT ADULT EXHIBITORS
Rosettes will be awarded to the High Point and Re-serve High Point individual of each section of the Open Class Home Economics Department (Sections I through VIII).
HIGH POINT YOUTH EXHIBITORS
Rosettes will be awarded to Champion and Reserve Champion High Point Youth Exhibitors, along with a premium gift from a local sponsor.
The Washington County Family and Community Edu-cation Council will award $25 cash to the individual youth exhibitor (19 years old and younger) earning the highest number of ribbon points in the Open Class Home Economics Department.
HIGH POINT FIRST-TIME ADULT EXHIBITOR
The person earning the most premium points in their first year of exhibiting in the Home Economics Depart-ment will receive a Special gift sponsored by Luanne Shafer of Otis.
MARY ROSE PIEPER MEMORIAL AWARD FOR
EXCELENCE IN NEEDLEWORK
A $100 cash award will be presented to the one ex-hibitor (entry) from the Needlework and Quilting Sec-tion selected by judges.