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  • 19.

    Scrapbooking Page A family theme, in a page protector

  • 20.

    Handmade Duct Tape Purse or Wallet

  • 21.

    Scrapbooking Page Farm photos from a past generation, in a page protector

  • 22.

    Handcrafted Greeting Card or Invitation using Stamping

  • 23.

    Any Article Using Grapevines - Purchased grapevine allowed

  • 24.

    Something Useful from Something Useless

  • 25.

    Best Hand Painting on an Unconventional Object

  • 26.

    Wooden Article - Novelty or practical

  • 27.

    Door Decoration any Season

  • 28.

    Homemade Jewellery

  • 29.

    Handmade Christmas Garland

  • 30.

    Handmade Tree Decoration

  • 31.

    Handmade Christmas Tree Topper

  • 32.

    Freestanding Christmas Figure (e.g. snowman, Santa Shepherd)

  • 33.

    i) Any Craft Not Mentioned - Practical

    • ii)

      Any Craft Not Mentioned - Novelty

  • 34.

    Birdhouse or Feeder - Decorated (decoration only to be judged)

SENIOR DIVISION · 65 and over · No entry fee for sections 35 - 42

  • 35.

    Shadow Box - Any theme

  • 36.

    Handmade Pin Cushion

  • 37.

    Christmas Tree Decoration

  • 38.

    Collection of Family Pictures Prior to 1950 - In page protector (labels

are not needed)

  • 39.

    ―My Grandchild(ren)‖ 1 photo - Displayed in frame

  • 40.

    Knitting - Any article

  • 41.

    Hand Writing of Favourite Recipe on 81/2‖ x 11‖ Paper - Mounted

  • 42.

    Crochet - Any article

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION ·10 to 17 years. · No entry fee for sections 43 58 Note: Exhibitors must show at least 3 sections to be eligible to win the prize for highest points in the Intermediate Arts and Crafts.

  • 43.

    Any Drawing - From pen, pencil, coloured pencil, charcoal, any subject

  • 44.

    Water colour Painting - Any subject

  • 45.

    Acrylic Painting - Any subject

  • 46.

    Any Article Made From Recycled Materials

  • 47.

    Decorated Paper Gift Bag - Base bag can be purchased

  • 48.

    Hand-crafted Money Box/Bank - Any Medium

  • 49.

    Homemade Ladybug - Any materials

  • 50.

    Collage - Theme of your choice, creativity to be judged

  • 51.

    Homemade Jewellery

  • 52.

    Garden Stone or Object - Decorating judged, stone may be purchased

  • 53.

    Greeting Card or Invitation - Using foam or rubber stamping

  • 54.

    Hand Writing of ―Oh Canada‖ - On lined 81/2‖ x 11‖ paper

SPECIAL by Anne Carruthers

1st - $6.00

2nd - $5.00

3rd - $4.00

  • 55.

    Paint-by-Number - Using any media (paint, marker, pencil crayon)

  • 56.

    Make A Stone Creation - Decorative stones allowed

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The Melbourne Agricultural Society would like to thank the many service clubs that have helped our 2011 Fair a success!

Melbourne & District Lions Club

Donations 2010 - 2011 Melbourne Legion (Fletcher Memorial Golf Tournament) Women's Rural Resource Center District A1 Effective Speaking Lions Eyes Right Program Lions Youth Exchange Salthaven Helping Hands SW Middlesex Flower Basket Red Valley Saddle Club SARI Riding Institute Del Ko Bridge Canada Day Celebration Motor Madness Lions Fair Parade Melbourne Agricultural Society St. Vincent De Paul Salvation Army Lions Guide Dogs Melbourne Legion re Memorial wreath Cdn Diabetes Assoc

The Melbourne & District Lions Club would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who supported us over the past 2009 - 2010 year. We would also like to pass on our best wishes to the Melbourne Agricultural Society for the 101st edition of the Melbourne Fair.

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