Drayton Fair 2019 -


 
2018YOUTH PRIZE LIST
 
Directors:  Ruth Shaw – (519) 638-2432; Kathy Mallett, Jackie Shaw
Junior Director:  Laura Shaw
 
The following classes are open to any elementary school pupil unless stated otherwise.  Each entry must be labeled – name of entry, class, section, EXHIBITOR’S FULL NAME AND ADDRESS AND THE SCHOOL ATTENDED IN JUNE 2018.  Grade refers to the exhibitor’s grade at the end of June.  Pupils must enter exhibits only at their grade level (not above or below).  No entry may be exhibited for more than two years.  In the Crafts & Hobbies class, please enter only one piece of work per child in the sections “Any other piece of work (craft or artwork)”.  All exhibits done at school will be picked up by a Director during the last week of June.  All exhibits done at home are to be placed in the exhibition hall between 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Thursday August 9 or between 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Friday August 10.  Doors will close at 3:00 p.m. Sunday to allow Directors to prepare for removal.  PLEASE REMOVE ALL EXHIBITS FROM THE EXHIBITION HALL AT 4:00 P.M. ON SUNDAY AUGUST 12, 2018.  ANNOUNCEMENT TO PARENTS:  Parents are urged to allow the children to do the work and preparation of exhibits without assistance.  Please encourage them in every way, but remember that every bit of work you do for them helps defeat the object of the youth fair.  Please observe all rules and regulations.
 
 
CLASS MM – ROOTS AND VEGETABLES
All vegetables are to be brushed clean and stems trimmed to 1” (2.5 cm)
Prizes:  1 - $4.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00, 4 - $1.00
1.                5 pods of peas
2.                3 round beets, trimmed
3.                3 cylindrical beets, trimmed
4.                5 cucumbers, between 5-20 cm
5.                2 slicing cucumbers
6.                5 carrots, trimmed
7.                3 onions
8.                2 garlic bulbs
9.                1 head of cabbage (red or white)
10.            3 ripe tomatoes, stems on
11.            1 large tomato (weight to count, can be green)
12.            5 Tiny Tim tomatoes, stems on
13.            2 green peppers, stems on
14.            3 hot peppers, stems on
15.            3 red potatoes
16.            3 white potatoes
17.            10 green beans
18.            10 yellow beans
19.            2 ears sweet corn, 1/3 kernels showing
20.            Vegetable oddity
21.            1 zucchini, largest by weight
22.            1 potato, largest by weight
23.            Selection of vegetables, displayed in a basket
24.            Collection of 5 sprigs of different herbs displayed in a small vase.  Name the herbs on a card.
 
SPECIALS: 
KLAASSEN MECHANICAL PLUMBING Special:
Prizes:  1 - $15.00, 2 - $10.00, 3 - $5.00, 4 - $2.00
25.            Tallest sunflower including roots
 
DIRECTOR’S Special
Prizes:  1 - $15.00, 2 - $10.00, 3 - $5.00, 4 - $2.00
26.            Largest diameter sunflower head
 
ROOTS AND VEGETABLES Special:
Prize: $10.00
27.            First time exhibitor with the most points in the Roots and Vegetables sections.  Please indicate on your entry tag if you are a first time exhibitor.
 
 
 


CLASS NN – FLOWERS
Prizes:  1 - $4.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00, 4 - $1.00
PRESCHOOL - GRADE 3
1.                Flower bouquet for the teacher
2.                Bouquet of wild flowers
3.                Petunias – 5 blooms with foliage
4.                Bouquet of cut flowers
 
GRADES 4 – 8
5.                Gladioli, 3 stems
6.                Bouquet of garden flowers
7.                Floating rose in any container
8.                Blooming plant – named
9.                Arrangement of yellow flowers and foliage
 
SPECIALS: 
PHYLLIS FLETCHER Special:
Prizes:  1 - $5.00, 2 - $4.00, 3 - $3.00, 4 - $2.00, 5 - $1.00
PRESCHOOL – GRADE 3
10.            An arrangement of wild flowers and weeds only, in a rubber boot, no garden flowers – total height of arrangement not to exceed 75 cm.
GRADES 4 – 8
11.            An arrangement of 50% to 75% wild flowers and weeds in a rubber boot, no garden flowers – total height of arrangement not to exceed 75 cm.
 
 
 
 
 
 
CLASS OO – BAKING
Prizes: 1 - $4.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00, 4 - $1.00
PRESCHOOL – GRADE 3
1.            Decorate a large cookie (pie pan size)
2.            One decorated hard-boiled egg
3.            Open face sandwich, decorated and wrapped
4.            3 cupcakes, each decorated differently
 
GRADES 4 – 8
5.        A small square cake (8” or 9” wide) using a garden fruit or vegetable as an ingredient.   Include the recipe with your entry.  No commercial mixes.
6.        Make a vegetable animal, name the animal
7.        6 cookies – 3 kinds, 2 of each, label the kinds
8.        3 muffins, no papers – any kind, label the kind
9.        A nutritionally balanced school lunch attractively displayed on a plate or tray.
 
 
SPECIALS:
 
   10.       DISTRICT DIRECTOR’S Special:
Youth up to age 15 as of December 31, 2018.  One class only.  The winner from our fair will be eligible to enter at the district competition.
Prizes:  1 - $10.00, 2 - $7.00, 3 - $3.00
Entry must consist of 8 plain chocolate chip cookies, no nuts, displayed in a sturdy box with easy to remove lid.  Box may be decorated (will count as part of presentation).  Cookies to be no larger than 3” (6.75 cm) and no smaller than 2” (5cm).
 
11.       The Cake Castle Special
 Sponsored by the KLASSEN FAMILY
 Prizes:  1 - $10.00, 2 - $5.00, 3 - $3.00
 JK to Grade 6
 Bake a 6” (15 cm) round or square vanilla cake and decorate to match the fair theme.

12.    The Best of the Best
                 Prizes:  1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00
                 Preschool - Grade 8

                 5 chocolate chip muffins, no commercial mixes, no papers, decorating optional.
 
 
 
 
CLASS PPA – PENMANSHIP
This class is sponsored jointly by RICK & SANDY LADD of Goldstone and EDWARD & NANCY STANNERS of Moorefield.
Prizes:  1 - $4.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00, 4 - $1.00
 
PRE-SCHOOL
1.                Print you first name.
 
JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN
2.                On lined paper, print your first and last name, and the numbers 1 to 10.
 
SENIOR KINDERGARTEN
3.                PRINT the following on lined paper:
 
Do not forget
to get me lots,
or you’ll not get
forget-me-nots!
 
GRADE 1
4.                PRINT the following on lined paper:
Doorknobs
 
If you look
in the locksmith’s window,
you’ll see there is more
than one way to open a door.
 
GRADE 2
5.                PRINT the following on lined paper:
            I Thought a Thought
 
            I thought a thought.
            But the thought I thought wasn’t the thought I thought I thought.
            If the thought I thought I thought had been the thought I thought,
            I wouldn’t have thought so much.
 
GRADE 3
6.                WRITE, in cursive, the following on lined paper:
Losing Pieces
by Shel Silverstein
 
            Talked my head off
            Worked my tail off
            Cried my eyes out
            Walked my feet off
            Sang my heart out
So you see,
            There’s really not much left of me.
 
GRADE 4
7.                WRITE the following on lined, 3-ringed binder paper:
Mary Had Some Bubble Gum
 
Mary had some bubble gum,
she chewed it long and slow,
and everywhere that Mary went
her gum was sure to go.
She chewed the gum in school one day,
which was against the rule,
the teacher took her pack away
and chewed it after school.
           
 
GRADES 5 AND 6
8.                WRITE the following with pen, on lined, 3-ringed binder paper:
Necessary Mess
by Michelle Schaub
 
It clings to boots
and radish roots
and smudges mushroom caps.
 
It likes to hide
tucked deep inside
all crannies, grooves, and gaps.
 
In curly greens
on stringy beans,
old crates, and weighing scales.
 
This film of dust
a thin brown crust –
a mess you can’t avert.
 
But don’t you know?
No crops would grow
without a lot of dirt.
 
GRADES 7 AND 8
9.        WRITE the following with pen, on lined, 3-ringed binder paper:
A Time to Talk
by Robert Frost
 
            When a friend calls to me from the road
            And slows his horse to a meaning walk,
            I don’t stand still and look around
            On all the hills I haven’t hoed,
            And shout from where I am, “What is it?”
            No, not as there is a time to talk.
            I thrust my hoe in the mellow ground,
            Blade-end up and five feet tall,
            And plod:  I go up to the stone wall
            For a friendly visit.
 
 
 
 
CLASS PPB – CRAFTS AND HOBBIES
Prizes:  1 - $4.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00, 4 - $1.00
Sections marked with “*” denotes only one (1) piece of work per child please.
 
PRE-SCHOOL
1.                  Using wax crayons, draw a picture of yourself on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm).
2.                  Colour a colouring book picture.
3.                  Finger painting.
4.                  Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*
 
JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN
5.                  Using wax crayons, draw a picture of your family on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45 cm).
6.                  On a paper plate, draw a vegetable.
7.                  Sponge painting.
8.                  Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*
 
SENIOR KINDERGARTEN
9.                  On a paper plate, draw several different kinds of vegetables.
10.              Cut and paste picture, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) of a person, no photographs. Name the person.
11.              Drawing, using wax crayons, 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) – “What I Like to do at the Fair”.
12.              Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*
 
GRADE 1
13.              Paint a picture of your dream pet on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper.
14.              Draw a picture of a farming activity on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper.
15.              Make a picture using wax crayons of your family having fun on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper.
16.              Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*
 
GRADE 2
17.              Paint a picture, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), showing your favourite summer activity.
18.              Illustrate the lifecycle of an animal, name the type of animal.
19.              Drawing, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), – “Me playing my favourite game”.
20.              Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*
 
GRADE 3
21.              Pencil crayon drawing to illustrate a pioneer way of life on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper.
22.              Draw and name a mismatched farm animal, using markers, on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm).
23.              Any abstract design using cut paper, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm).
24.              Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*
 
 
 
GRADE 4
25.              Illustrate, using pastels, a “TRACTOR OR TRUCK PULL” on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper.
26.              Design your name or initials using crayons or pencil crayons.
27.              Picture making – using markers illustrate a scene from Medieval Times – 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm).
28.              Make a poster, approx. 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), showing one Canadian province or territory with its map, flag, some natural resources, and industries.  Label.
 
GRADE 5
29.              Draw a floor plan of a house that includes at least three energy efficient components.  Label the components.
30.              Pencil sketch of your shoe, black and white, 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) paper.
31.              Design a greeting card for a friend, no larger than 5”x7” (12.5cm x 17.5cm).
32.              Using mainly popsicle sticks, build a bridge, no more than 24” (60 cm) long and 12” (30 cm) wide.  Must be mounted on a sturdy base.
 
GRADE 6
33.              Illustrate a famous invention that was developed in Canada.  Name the item, year of development and the name of the inventor.
34.              Cut and paste – a leafy tree, 12”x12” (30cm x 30cm).
35.              Create a comic strip, at least four frames, with captioning.
36.              Illustrate at least three things that contribute to Canada's identity on 18"x24" (45cm x 60 cm) paper.
 
GRADES 7 – 8
37.              Design a CD cover for a fictitious band.
38.              Pencil sketch, no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm).
39.              Half ‘n half picture – cut a picture in half, glue one part onto a page, then draw and colour to complete the whole.
40.              Cartoon drawing – any subject, using any colour medium, may be copied by hand.
41.              Design an abstract (e.g. radial, mosaic, tessellation, outlining, etc.) design on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper.
 
GRADES 9 – 12
42.              Drawing or sketch, using pen, pencil, or marker – mounted.
43.              Style a hairdo on your cosmo head.
44.              Create a design using computer graphics.
45.              Abstract design – any medium.
46.              Piece of work using any material except paper.
 
SPECIAL NEEDS (all grades)
Sponsored by EARL & THERESA CAMPBELL
47.              Paint or draw a picture on paper no larger than 18” x 24” (45cm x 60cm).
48.              Create and decorate a door knob sign.
49.              Decorate a container to use as a pencil holder.
50.              Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*
 
 
 
 
SPECIALS:
 
ROY & SHARON BOWMAN Special:
Prizes:  1 - $4.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00, 4 - $1.00
PRE-SCHOOL TO GRADE 6
Collections:
51.              Collection of leaves, label or name.
52.              Collection of stones, no semi-precious, polished or purchased stones.
53.              Collection of buttons, mounted.
54.              Collage of farming photos, any source.
 
 
EARL & THERESA CAMPBELL Special:
Prizes: 1 - $7.00, 2 - $5.00, 3 - $3.00
PRESCHOOL TO GRADE 6
55.               Make a decoration for a birthday party, any theme.
56.               Mount a fair themed picture on a stiff background and cut up to make a jigsaw puzzle.
57.               Sew together an outline of a bear on two pieces of fabric of your choice, cut out and stuff
            the bear, add features, maximum 8” (20 cm) tall.
 
            GRADES 7 - 12
58.               Make a cushion suitable for a teenager’s bedroom.  Choose fabric and trims to show your
            individual preferences.
 
 
FRANCES TURNER and ROBYN RUNSTEDLER Special:
Prizes:  1 - $4.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00, 4 - $1.00
59.              GRADES 6 - 8
1 scrapbook page, 12” x 12” (30cm x 30cm), with a title.
60.              GRADES 9 - 12
3 homemade cards, all different, each no larger than 5" x 7" (12.5cm x 17.5cm)
 
 
LORI WOODHAM Special
61.              GRADES JK – SK
Prizes: 1 - $10.00, 2 - $5.00, 3 - $3.00, 4 - $2.00
On an 8.5” x 11” (22cm x 28cm) piece of paper, create a farm sign advertising a homegrown product for sale.
62.              GRADE 1
Prizes: 1 - $5.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00
On an 11” x 17” (28cm x 44cm) piece of paper, create a farm sign, with text, advertising a homegrown product for sale.
 
 
KLASSEN FAMILY SPECIAL
Prizes:  1 - $5.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00
JK to Grade 6
63.               Make a decoration for the garden.
64.              Use an empty pop bottle to plant and grow your own vegetable (name), must be growing.
65.              Build and decorate a birdhouse out of any material.
66.              JK to Grade 6
Prizes:  1 - $10.00, 2 - $5.00, 3 - $3.00, 4- $2.00
Make a fairy garden display.
 
 
PHOTOGRAPHY Special:
Prizes:  1 - $4.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00, 4 - $1.00
PRESCHOOL TO GRADE  6
67.       Selfie photo, no enhancements, mounted.
68.       Summer photo taken by the exhibitor, no enhancements, mounted.
GRADES 7 – 12
69.       Selfie photo, no enhancements, mounted.
70.       Animal photo taken by the exhibitor, no enhancements, mounted.
 
 
WELLINGTON COUNTY FARM AND HOME SAFETY ASSOCIATION
71.       GRADES JK – 2
Prizes: 1 - $5.00, 2 - $3.00, 3 - $2.00
On an 8.5" x 11" (22cm x 28cm) sheet of paper, draw a fire escape plan for your home.  Show the location of fire extinguishers, smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.
72.       GRADES 3 - 6
Prizes:  1 - $10.00, 2 - $5.00, 3 - $3.00
On an 8.5" x 11" (22cm x 28cm) sheet of paper, draw a picture about farm safety.  Include a sentence on the poster to explain the poster.
 73.       GRADES 7 - 9
Prizes:  1 - $10.00, 2 - $5.00, 3 - $3.00
On an 8.5" x 11" (22cm x 28cm) sheet of paper, draw a picture about ATV safety. Include a sentence on the poster to explain the poster.
 
 
DRAYTON FAIR DIRECTORS’ Special:
Prizes:  1 - $5.00, 2 - $4.00, 3 - $3.00. 4 - $2.00, 5 - $1.00
74.       ALL GRADES
Make a poster, larger than 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) advertising or 
commemorating a specific event (e.g. Fire Safety; Remembrance Day; special school events such as book fair, bake sale, concert, school spirit day, sports, etc.).
 
 
MURAL Special:
ALL GRADES
Each class at the schools in Mapleton Township is encouraged to make a mural for the fair, incorporating the theme: "Best Pickin’ in Mapleton".
Please name the class, teacher, and school on the front so that the remuneration of $15.00 can be sent to the correct classroom.
 
2018 DRAYTON SUMMER FAIR YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION
CLASS A – Up to Grade 4
CLASS B – Grades 5 - 8
CLASS C – Grades 9 - 12
Prizes:  1 - $5.00, 2 - $4.00, 3 - $3.00, 4 - $2.00, 5 - $1.00
Theme: “Promoting Your Fair”.  Fair name and dates are to be indicated.  Must be hand drawn.  Poster size is a minimum 8.5” x 11” (22cm x 28cm) to a maximum 11”x17” (28cm x 44cm) without border.  The poster is to be CENTRED ON ONE SOLID COLOUR CARDSTOCK OR BRISTOL BOARD BACKGROUND to give a 2” (5.5cm) BORDER on all four sides.  The winning poster from the Drayton Fair advances to the district competition in November.
 
 
MOST POINTS Special:
Sponsored by REG & LIZ SAMIS
Prizes:  1 place boy and girl – Medallion and $15.00
             Runner-up boy and girl - $10.00
Most points earned by a boy and a girl in the over-all Youth Section will be awarded prize money.   Last year’s first place winners are not eligible for first prize, but may still be awarded runner-up prize.
 
 

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