Class 84Committee: Marg Verkuil (chair) 519-537-8131 Suzy Birley 519-463-5740
Intermediate Fair will be co-sponsored by LORENE STOTT in Memory of JOHN STOTT and by DRUMBO AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
The Intermediate Fair is open to boys and girls 12-18 years inclusive, in 2008. All Intermediate exhibitors must have a membership in the Drumbo Agricultural Society and it may be purchased at the time when entries are made Thursday evening or Friday morning of the fair. Membership entitles you to show in any of the open classes.
Entries close at 11:30 a.m. on the first day of the Fair and must be in place by 12:00 Noon and remain until 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
- Pair of candles using beeswax
- 3 leaves, pressed or waxed mounted on firm paper
- Any Item handmade for a craft sale
- School project
- Creative jewelry, any material
- Creation using natural materials, i.e. pinecone, acorns, chestnuts
- Painted or tie-dyed article of clothing
- Get well basket or box
- Handmade greeting card - no computer
- Greeting card - computer generated
- Banana bread
- Squares, your choice (3)
- Muffins (3)
- Cookies - baked (3)
- Cookies - unbaked (3)
- APPLE PIE SPECIAL - Crust or crumble topping. Crust may be store bought but no store bought (commercial) filling
- CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE SPECIAL - Open to youth 12-15 years (as of Dec 31, 2008). Six (6) cookies, no larger than 3" and no smaller than 2" on a plate. Overall champion will be decided from the 1st place winners in the Intermediate and School Fair. The overall champion is eligible to enter the District Competition held in November 2008 and if successful, compete at the Provincial Competition in Toronto, February 2009.
- Snapshot including sheep
- Nature's beauty
- Sunrise or sunset
- My vacation
- Beautiful baby
- Humerous snapshot with suitable caption
- Storyboard - 3 photos that tell a story
- Design a CD cover displayed in a case
- Cartoon character
- Pen, pencil or charcoal sketch
- Animal sketch
- Three dimensional drawing
- Picture using dots, letters, etc. in a repetitive pattern
- Picture from magazine, cut in half, draw other half
- Drawing - Artist's choice, using pencil crayons
- Drawing - Artist's choice, using paint
- Make an outline of a skateboard and then create a design on it
- Scrapbooking page
- Geraniums - 3 blooms
- Wildflower arrangement, weeds and leaves may be used
- Arrangement of marigolds
- Arrangement of petunias
- Arrangement of mixed flowers from the garden
- Corn, suitable for grain, 5 ears with husks removed
- Best pumpkin
- Potato - largest
- Potato - smallest
- Onions (3), one kind
- Sunflower head - largest
- Sunflower head - smallest
- SPECIAL - FALL HARVEST BASKET. A mixture of fresh fruits and vegetables. Note: Judging will be based on presentation, variety, quality and container. Fruit & vegetables may be grown by the exhibitor or may be acquired from another source i.e. purchased. Sponsored by the Intermediate Committee.
CHAMPION: MOST POINTS IN CLASS 84. Director's Trophy to the exhibitor with the most points. A prize of $10.00 will be awarded to the Champion - minimum 15 entries required, excluding specials.Trophy will be presented at the Fair's Appreciation Night October 17, 2008
BakingSponsored by Harvest Cafe, Drumbo
Place smaller items, i.e. muffins, cookies, squares, etc. on paper plate inside a ziplock bag.
Pictures must have been taken by EXHIBITOR within the past 2 years. Please mount on stiff paper
Grains, Fruit and Vegetables
Youth Poster Competition
"Promoting Drumbo Fall Fair"
"Original Hand Made Design"
"Original Hand Made Design"
Class 1) Youth up to and including Grade 6
Class 2) Youth Grade 7 to Grade 12
Theme: Promoting "Drumbo Fall Fair". Include fair name and dates of fair in your poster.
Poster Size: Minimum 11" x 17" (28 x 43.5 cm) Maximum 12" x 18" (30.5 x 46 cm)
Each hand drawn entry must be mounted on black Bristol board with a 2" (5 cm) border. Name, artist's age, grade, school and Class 1 or 2 to be clearly labelled on the back of your entry.
Winning posters will be entered in the district competition in November. The district winners will compete for monetary prizes at the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Convention in February 2009.
- Overall appearance - 20 points
- Attract and hold attention - 30 points
- Competition theme clear - 40 points
- Quality materials/end product - 10 points
Prizes: 1st: $10.00, 2nd: $5.00