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    Tote bag

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    Sewn scrapbook cover

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    A Christmas stocking

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    A Christmas tree decoration using needlecraft

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    Lounge Pants

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    Special: For any exhibit by a 4H Club, $15.00 for each exhibit.

Please remember to attach your samples of material or yarn to your tags in all sections.

PLANTS AND FLOWERS Class 14

COMMITTEE:…………..Viola McLean (519) 287-5866 Eleanor Murray, Anna Semowoniuk, Wendy Britan RULES: · Please secure your Melbourne Fair Tags to all your exhibits · All entries to be in place by 1pm, Friday, August 12th, 2011;

not to be removed before 4:00pm, Saturday, August 13th ,2011 · All flowers and plants to be grown at home · Judging is done based on the rules from the „Ontario Judging

Standards Book‟ Publication 34, available at cost of $3.00 from committee member · No artificial flowers allowed unless stated · Entries must contain exact numbers specified · Any bud showing colour counts as a bloom · No prizes will be given if exhibits are not worthy · Flowers to be shown in suitable containers. All containers

brought at owner‟s risk · No professionals please · Exhibitor winning most points will be awarded a suitable gift · Last year’s winner not eligible for top prize. In case of a

tie, the person with the most „firsts‟ will be declared the winner

POINT SYSTEM 1st - 5 points PRIZE MONEY

2nd - 3 points

$4.00 ROSES

$3.00

$2.00

3rd - 2 points

  • 1.

    Specimen bloom, red, one stem

  • 2.

    Roses, three stems, any colour or kind, not miniature

  • 3.

    Roses, miniature display, 3 stems

  • 4.

    Single floating rose, 2 ½” to 3” in size, in a rose bowl

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SHEEP Class 4

COMMITTEE………………………………….Ian McLean, 289-5071 Carrie MacLean

Sections 1 to 6 RULES AND REGULATIONS

  • 1.

    All animals must be on grounds by 10:30 a.m. Judging to commence at 12:00 p.m. Saturday, August 13th,2011.

  • 2.

    All entries must be owned by and registered in the name of the exhibitor and legibly tattooed.

  • 3.

    The Melbourne Agricultural Society allows one animal per exhibitor of breeding unit in each section.

  • 4.

    All exhibitors must be members of the Melbourne Agricultural Society. Membership fee $5.00.

  • 5.

    All general rules of Melbourne Agricultural Society.

  • 6.

    15% will be deducted from prize money in lieu of entry fee.

PRIZE MONEY

$20

$15

$10

$8

$8

(a) Oxford (b) Southdown (c) Suffolk (d) Dorset to be shown in short fleece less than one (1) inch (e) Long Wools (f) AOB.

  • 1.

    EWE two tooth (two central permanent incisors). Second pair of permanent incisors may be fully up. Other two pairs of temporary incisors (milk teeth) must be firmly in place.

  • 2.

    EWE full mouth milk teeth (all eight temporary incisors). Born on property of the exhibitor.

  • 3.

    RAM two tooth (two central permanent incisors). Second pair of permanent incisors may be full up. Other two pairs of temporary incisors (milk teeth) must be firmly in place.

  • 4.

    RAM full mouth milk teeth (all eight temporary incisors). Both on the property of the exhibitor..

  • 5.

    BREEDER‘S FLOCK – (bred and owned by the exhibitor). A group of four (4) animals: both sexes to be represented. Each animal in the group must have been exhibited in one of the preceding classes. All animals in group to be of one breed.

  • 6.

    SPECIAL- Lamb shown by girl or boy under 16 years. PRIZE MONEY: $8 $6 $4 $2 $1, to the end. Donated by Anne McLean & Family in memory of Howard McLean.

  • 7.

    BEST OXFORD EWE LAMB - Shown by girl or boy 16 or under - Plaque in memory of Howard McLean, donated by Southwestern Ontario Oxford Breeder

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