Department No. 39 Family and Consumer Sciences

Chairpersons Taundra Householder, Chris Luzadder
Judging: Monday 10 am

All students enrolled, or who have been enrolled in Family and Consumer Science classes at any school in Perry County are eligible to exhibit projects at the Fair.

There is a limit of three (3) entries in this department.  A food item must have a recipe and an explanation of the item(s).  All projects must be brought to the Homemaking Building on the fairgrounds on Sunday before the start of the fair, between 10 and 3 pm.  Judging will take place on that day.  Projects must be on display during the entire week and can be picked up between 11 am and 3 pm on the Sunday, following the closing of the fair. Junior Fair passes may be purchased at the time projects are accepted for exhibition.

Class 1: Shorts, Tops
Class 2: Jumpers, Skirts or Pants
Class 3: School Clothes
Class 4: Active Sports
Class 5: Sleep Wear
Class 6: Dresses
Class 7: Accessories
Class 8: Home Canned Foods (1 jar)
Class 9: Jelly, Jam or Preserves
Class 10: Candy (3)
Class 11: Cupcakes (3)
Class 12: Bread (1) and Rolls (3)
Class 13: Pies (1 whole pie)
Class 14: Cookies (3)
Class 15: Cake (one whole cake)
Class 16: Home Furnishings
Class 17: Child Care
Class 18: Child’s garment
Class 19: Stuffed animals
Class 20: Quilts and wall hangings
Class 21: Other individual projects
Class 22: Scrapbooking
1st ~ $3, 2nd ~ $2, 3rd ~ $1
There will be three best of Show Awards given. Each will include $25 & trophy.

Updated 05/17/2017 at 7:09 pm.

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