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Junior Far

JUNIOR FAIR, Classes 1-19
Open up to Grade 12 or age 18

COMMITTEE: Kathy Davidson: 705-426-9201
                       Gail Scruton
                       Carol Thompson

ENTRY FEE: None

LOCATION: Scout Hall

PRIZE MONEY ALL CLASSES
$5, $4, $3

NOTES TO PARENTS:

1. All previous lists are null and void.

2. ENTRY FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT.Entry Forms are available at the Beaverton Library & Maxines's after August 1 or in Beaverton Area Schools after Labour Day. Please include name of School and Age on Entry Forms.

3. Drop off of Exhibits Thursday between 1:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. All Exhibits MUST be in place before 8:00 p.m. Thursday and MUST be removed between 10:00 and 11:00 AM Sunday. Articles cannot be stored. Prize money will be available in the office or Sunday in the Curling Club between 10:00 and 11:00 am.

4. Please make sure your name, school & exhibitor number are on the Exhibitor ticket. Numbers are obtained at registration. If you are entering an Adult category you must go to the Curling Club to obtain an Adult Exhibitor Number and to pay the $5.00 Exhibitor Fee.

5. Exhibitors must enter the grade they were at on the first day of school this year.

6. All work must be done by the exhibitor. Parents are urged to encourage their children in everyway, but let them do the work!

7. No exhibitor may enter more than one entry in any section.

8. All baking must be in plastic bags or wrap and displayed on paper plates.

9. All pictures are to be a maximum size of 8.5 x 11 inches (21.59 cm x 27.94 cm) unless indicated otherwise.

10. JUNIOR ARTWORK need not be framed but MUST be mounted on a stiff backing. It is suggested that unframed pictures be matted on Bristol board or construction paper. A picture that will not hang properly may not be accepted. The Artists name should be covered to maintain anonymity.

11. Everyone gets $2.00 if no prize won.

12. All students must enter under own name.

13. Please bring Pink copy of Exhibitor Sheet for prize money pickup.

14. Any section can be completed in school, but it must be sent home so that the parent can fill out the exhibitor form for their child and the parent/child must take form to the Scout Hall on Thursday for registration.

PRIZE MONEY: ALL CLASSES: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00

We thank the Foster Hewitt Foundation for their suport in the prize money for this class.

CLASS 1
JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN

1. Sponge Paint a fall scene 8.5" x 11"
2. Caterpillar made from an egg carton
3. Draw a barn
4. Six Pretty Stones displayed in a Half Egg Carton

CLASS 2
SENIOR KINDERGARTEN

1. Sponge Paint a Pumpkin
2. Make a Turkey from an Egg Carton
3. Make a Paper Bag Scarecrow
4. Using a handprint or footprint create an animal you would see at the Fair

CLASS 3
GRADES 1
1. Make a Turkey out of Paper Plates
2. Make a Paper Doll Farmer
3. Make anything out of Lego
    (not a kit max. size 8.5" x 11")
4. Create a Spider Creature using Pipe Cleaners

CLASS 4
GRADES 2
1. Make a Truck or Car from Lego
    (not a kit max size 8.5" "x 11")
2. Make a Fall Popcorn Tree (max size 10")
3. Decorate a Can of Fruit for the Food Bank (mark on bottom of tin the contents)
4. Make a witch's broomstick using items from    nature.

CLASS 5
GRADES 3
1. Make an Owl out of pinecones.
2. Create a Butterfly using coffee filters.
3. Create a Beach Scene using items found on a    Beach (max. size 8.5" "x 11")
4. Decorate a Can of Soup like a Turkey
    (mark on the bottom of tin the contents)

CLASS 6
GRADES 4
1. Create something using Duct Tape
    (max. size 8.5"" x 11")
2. Using pinecones create a bird feeder - do not use     paint or glitter
3. Create a "Canimal" - An Animal or Bird for the    Food Bank (mark on the bottom of tin the contents)
4. Draw a picture of what is at the End of the     Rainbow (max. size 8.5" "x 11")

CLASS 7
GRADES 5
1. Create a Fall Fair Float using the Fair Theme
    (max. size 8.5"" x 11")
2. Create a mobile using items from nature.
3. Decorate a container with 5 non-perishable food    items to make an Italian Dinner    (mark on the bottom of tin the contents)
4. Write a story about an event that happened in
    (Beaverton.

CLASS 8
GRADES 6
1. Make a Poster (any media) to show an Ecological
    message
2. Using a shoebox, create a Diorama of a Wildlife
    Natural Habitat. Handmade with natural content      open on one side
3. Decorate a container with 5 non-perishable items
     for a "Chili Night" (mark on the bottom of tins the
     contents)
4. Make a Dream Catcher using all-natural materials

CLASS 9
GRADES 7 & 8
1. Create a free-standing scarecrow - no taller than
    3 feet high
2. Choose a favorite song title, lyric or verse and
    make it into a picture using any media. No     inappropriate language (max. size 8 1/2" x 11")
3. Create a Greeting Card for any holiday, include an
    original verse or poem
4. Create a "Canimal" - any Animal or Bird for the
    Food Bank (mark on bottom of tin the contents)

CLASS 10
GRADES 9 - 12
1. Choose a song title, lyric or verse and analyze it -    what it means to you (1 or 2 paragraphs)
2. Create a fall wreath using natural materials
3. Write an essay about Pioneer ways in Beaverton      as compared to the Present Day
4. Create an Original Work of Art - any media

CLASS 11
VEGETABLES AGE UP TO 18
(Must be on a Paper Plate)
1. Beets - tops removed (2)
2. Carrots - tops remove (2)
3. Corn - Sweet - husk removed (2)
4. Cucumbers - Green (2)
5. Largest Squash or Pumpkin (1)
6. Largest Potato (1)
7. Peppers - Any Colour - Sweet (2)
8. Pie Pumpkin (1) decorated or Painted Face
9. Tomatoes -
    (A) Regular - any colour (3)
    (B) Cherry - (5)
10. Zucchini - Green or Yellow (1)
11. Any other vegetable not listed
12. 6 different vegetables displayed in a basket decorated       for Thanksgiving
13. (A) Beans - Yellow (3)
      (B) Beans - any other colour (same kind)(3)
14. Onions - Skins on - Tops off (3)
15. Cabbage Green - outside leaves attached (1)
16. Potatoes -
    (A) Red(3)
    (B) White(3)
    (C) Yams(2)
17. Melons
18. Most unusual shaped vegetable - name what it       resembles
19. A collection of fruits & veggies displayed in a basket
20. Scarecrow - not higher than 30cm. and made from       any materials dressed for Thanksgiving

CLASS 12
FLOWERS

1. Cosmos - 4 blooms or sprays
2. Dahlia - any size - 2 blooms
3. Geranium - cutting - 1 bloom
4. (A) Marigold - best bloom - Yellow
    (B) French Marigold - 3 stems
5. Petunias - single and/or double - table bouquet
6. Pansies - 5 stems
7. Rose - 1 stem
8. Snapdragon - 4 spikes - any colour
9. Zinnias - large - 2 blooms - any size
10. Table bouquet of mixed wildflowers and grasses
11. Sunflower (largest head only)
12. Aster - 3 blooms - any size
13. Phlox - 3 stems
14. Begonia - 1 Floating bowl - tubular
15. Mums - 3 sprays - any size
16. Impatient - any variety
17. Any other flower - named - 2 stems
18. Begonia - Annual - 2 stems
19. Carnations - 2 stems
20. Gladiolus - 2 stems
21. Flower arrangement in an old shoe
22. Flower arrangement in an old Tea Pot - Red & White

CLASS 13
CROPS UP TO AGE 18

1. Corn - field, cobs only (3), husk removed
2. Jar - layered - wheat, oats, grain
3. Apples -
     (A) Macintosh(3)
    (B) Crab(3)
     (C) Any other - named(3)
4. Ay other Fruit - named (3)
5. 1/2 dozen eggs - white shell
6. 1/2 dozen eggs - brown shell
7. 1/2 dozen eggs - green shell
8. Maple Syrup - must be sealed

CLASS 14
JUNIOR BAKING - AGE 6 - 9

1. Coconut Haystacks (3) - Chocolate
2. No bake cookies (2)
3. Homemade jar of Apple Sauce - must be sealed
4. Any squares made from a mix (2)

CLASS 15
JUNIOR BAKING - AGE 10 - 13

1. Your favourite home made cookies (3)
2. Cookies using ay kind of fruit (3)
3. Homemade jar of Apple Sauce - must be sealed
4. Homemade brownies (3)

CLASS 16 - DISTRICT 4 BAKING SPECIAL AGE 6 - 15
PRIZE MONEY: $10.00, $4.00, $3.00

- Plain Chocolate Chip Cookies - no nuts (4)

Winner may go to the District Competition at Annual General Meeting District Competition Requirements: District entry must consist of 8 Cookies displayed on a firm, disposable plate,

- Cookies must be no larger than 3" (6.75 cm) in diameter and no smaller than 2" (5 cm) in diameter


PRIZE MONEY: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00

CLASS 17
CREATIVE WORK 12 Years and Under

1. Make a Sock Puppet
2. Create a Pom Pom Dog
3. Create an Autumn Stained Glass - using cellophane or tissue paper mounted on black construction paper 8 1/2 "x 11"
4. Create an Autumn door decoration

CLASS 18A
ARTWORK - AGE 6 - 9

1. Draw a cartoon/fantasy
2. Drawing of any Farm Animal
3. Draw an old-fashioned fair
4. Draw your favourite flower

CLASS 18B
ARTWORK - Age 10 - 13

1. Create and decorate your own paper airplane
2. Draw a self-portrait
3. Create an original CD cover
4. Draw your favourite sports jersey

CLASS 18C
ARTWORK - AGE 14 - 18

1. FAIR SPECIAL SPONSORED BY BEAVERTON THORAH ELDON HISTORICAL SOCIETY $20.00
Poster depicting historical event in Beaverton
2. Draw a self portrait
3. Painting of any subject
4. Pencil drawing of nature - birds, plants, animals

CLASS 19A
PHOTOGRAPHY - AGE 6 - 9

CLASS 19A - 1. Fireworks
2. My Pet
3. View of Lake Simcoe - any season
4. Birthday Party

CLASS 19B
PHOTOGRAPHY - AGE 10 - 13

1. My Pet
2. Birds in Nature
3. Parades - any holiday
4. Working animal

CLASS 19C
PHOTOGRAPHY - AGE 14 - 18
1. Flowers
2. Hand(s)
3. Athletic Event
4. Photograph celebrating agriculture


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