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 Premiums 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.