Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1998 · Page 18
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June 18, 1998

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 18

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THE DAILY GLOBE. Ironwood. Ml -Thursday. June 18,1998 Iron fair premium list Page 18 (Continued from Pa** 17) 9. Picture story of a family or group camping trip. 10. Homemade article of camping equipment. 11. Display showing canoeing equipment. 12. Visual display demonstrating paddling techniques. 13. Picture story of canoe trip. 14. Any other exhibit related to project. BacJqMcking/HIUng 15. Display showing basic Backpacking equipment. 16. Poster showing one day of backpacking menus (breakfa«t. lunch, dinner) and gear necessary to cook theae meals. 17. Exhibit of basic first aid kit for backpacking. 18. Picture story of a family or group trip.. 19. Homemade article of backpacking equipment. 20. Picture story of a trip. 21. Any other exhibit related to project. Oasa H: W**th*r Pnmlum 100,1.75. 1.50, US 1. A chart showing the variations in temperatures by month over a one-year period in Iron County. 2. A chart -showing the never ending water cycle. 3. A chart nhowing a weather station. (Each part must be labeled). 4. A homemade article for weatherstation. 5. Any other related to project. CJasa I: Water Quality Project PnmiumlOO, 1.7S, 130, 135 1. Diagram showing the water cycle. 2. Poster showing things that live in water. 3. Any other exhibit related to project. 4. Poster about water pollution. 5. Display on water quality. 6. Any other exhibit relating to project. C/aea J: Wlidliff Maneeernenf Pntnium 2.00,1.75, 130, 135 Birds 1. Game bird ncrapbook showing pictures or sketches of birds, date of observation and economic value of bird. 2. Exhibit of herbarium of berry-bearing shrub* or model of good feeding shelter for game birds. 3. Song bird scrapbook showing pictures or (sketches of bird, date of your observation, experiences and economic valut; of bird. 4. Bird house of your own construction for specific k>nd of bird. 5. Bird feeder of your own construction for specific kind of bird. 6. Other related to project. Fishing 7. Detailed map of your farm lakf, pond or stream. 8. Collection of ;>qu;itic msrct.i ami plants properly mounted and lalx.-Ied. f) Poster identifying fisl> found in local waters 10. Picture ntory of fishing trip. 11- Visual display of" Fishing equipment with descriptions. 12. Visual display of fishing safety. 13. Other related to project. Wild Flowers 14. Wild flower scrapbook, showing variety (at least 25) wild flowers, date of discovery and natural habitat. 15. Wild flower photography exhibit. ' 16. Other related to project. . Class K: Hom» Energy Premium 100, 1.73,1.50, 135 1. Display showing fabric samples and the value or use in energy appliance 2. Solar cooker, or other solar . appliance 3. Display comparing energy use for a specific task as done 50 years ago compared to today. 4. Other, related Cle*s /_• Solid Wait* Uanaye- merrt (Recycling) PnnkimlOO, 1.75,130, 135 1. Poster or display demonstrating solid waste information (benefits, coats, etc.) 2. Construct an item used in recycling (can crusher, mini compost pile etc.) 3. Booklet containing 3 lesson plans taught to grade* K-6. Describe what you liked about teaching solid waste management to others, what you didn't like about the experience, and any changes you would make. 4. Create a play, skit or commercial promoting solid waste management. Display your work in at least one of the following: a) booklet, b) video tape, c) cassette tape; d) photographs, e) any other. 5. Turn an item of trash into a treasure. Include before and after photographs of project. . 6. Costumes made of reused materials (cans, paper, plastic, etc.) 7. Article for home use, made from discarded waste item. Explain before and after uses. 8. Article of clothing recycled into new article of clothing, describe work done. 9. Clothing recycled into other item. 10. Clothing recycled into wearable accessory 11. Clothing recycled into household accessory 12. Party decorations and/or favors constructed from throw-away items. 13. Dinplny showing how to operate a small recycling business 14. Traah detective display. 15. Garbage inventor display. 16. Make your own paper display (include nample). 17. Explain the three K'g, reduce, reuse, recycle 18. Any other which relates in recycling and/or solid wattte man- ais'emrnt issues. Department 17-Y Exploring & Clover- buds Youth aoes S-8 enrolled In 4H Of other youth organizations may enter projects in this department. M entering exhibits in this department, projects by the same exhibitor may not be en- Shooting sports members learn safety, and a steady hand. Shooting sports featured you to work with youth and enable you to share your knowledge and love of (hooting sports with area youth who are interested in the same. If you, or anyone you know are interested in assisting with instruction or finding out more about the shooting sports project please contact Deb Swartz, Project Coordinator at (715)8932485. You may also contact your local extension agent; Gloria Fauerbach, Youth Development Agent in Iron County; or Carol Saari, 4H Agent in Gogebic County. Raffle helps fund fair The Iron County 4H Shooting Sport* Project began in the fall of 1996 when a few 4H members were interested in enrolling in the project. A determined mom and 4H volunteer made several contacts with members of the Northwoods Wetlands & Wildlife Club who had been previously interested in instructing the project and got the ball rolling. The goals of the shooting uports project are to give youth thorough instruction in gun safety, provide proper training in the u*e of firearms, create an appreciation of natural resources, and develop self-confidence and responsibility. In Wisconsin, 4H Shooting Sports Instructors must be at least 18 years old and be certified by participating in at least one state-level shooting sports leader training workshop (minimum of 8 hours) or be an NBA certified instructor. They must also complete the County 4H Youth Pro^ tection training. The project members receive instruction in firearm safety, sighting, shooting for scores, scoring targets, different shooting posi- in other Youth Departments except 3S-Y (School Exhibits), Class A: Exploring (Youth age 8) Premium 1.75,136, 135, 1.00 1. Home safety display. 2. Simple electronics display. 3. Plate of 4 brownies, muffins, or cookie* (baked), from scratch. 4. Plate of 4 brownies, muffin*, or cookies (baked), from mix. 5. No bake snack or dessert. 6. Woodworking article. 7. Natural science display. fl. Display of a project or club tour, or other special group activity. 9. Simple sc-wn, knitted or crocheted item.. 10. Simple craft item. 11. Papercraft. 12. Display of vegetables grown by exhibitor. 1.1. Display of flower* grown by exhibitor. 14. Display of other plants grown by exhibitor. 1.1. Display of animal care. tions. It gives them the opportunity to shoot several types of firearms, including rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader, and compound and recurve bows. Youth also leam proper care and cleaning of guns and how shells are reloaded. In 1997 the members also worked together to build a model shooting range which was displayed at the fair. A family night was held at the end of the shooting season, including a shooting competition with parents and a potluck cookout. There were 12 members enrolled in 1997, and are 22 enrolled in the project this year, with half of the members being from Gogebic County, MI. The project begins in April with classroom instruction before we actually begin at the shooting range. Most of the meetings are held in Mercer, Wisconsin, at the Northwoods Shooting Range. Additional instructors are always needed. If shooting or archery is your hobby, why not volunteer to help youth learn more about shooting sports? The shooting sports workshop will prepare 18. Recycling or environmental display. 17. Personal care display. 18. Nutrition display. 19. Hand-made Puppet. 20. Hand-made musical instrument. 21. Expressive arts display. 22. Record book, up to date 23. Simple sewn item 24. Photo display, photos taken by member 2f>. Other, related to Exploring. Cjas* B: Cfc>v»rt>ods (Ag* Pnmium 1.7S, 1.50, 135, 1.00 1. Home Safety display. 2. Favorite toy or stuffed nni- mal with a story written nbout it. 3. DiHplay showing how exhibitor helps family. p 4. Plate of 4 brownies, muffin*, or cookies (baked), from mix. . r >. No-bake Hmick or dessert 6. Woodworking article. 7. Natural Science display. fl. Display of a club tour, or other S|x-cial group IK tivity The Iron County Fair Board members, along with local businesses, will again be selling raffle tickets to raise funds for improvements on the Iron County Fairgrounds in Saxon. This year we will again have a 50/50 raffle. Other prizes included in this raffle are a $50 Savings Bond from MFC First National Bank, Ironwood, a $50 Savings Bond from First of America Bank, Ironwood, framed Print donated by Cy Sorrels, $20 Gift Certificate from Lutey*s, Ironwood and a $10 Gift Certificate from Cenex of Hurley. Last year's winner was Mary Seibert of Hurley. The drawing will be held Sunday, August 2, 7:30 p.m. in the Vern Downey Pavilion on the Saxon Fairgrounds. You need not be present to win. Area businesses will have tickets for sale. The Iron County Fair Board members thank you for your support. 9. Simple craft item. 10. Papercraft item. 11. Display of plants grown by exhibitor. 12. Display of animal care. 13. Recycling or environmental display. 14. Personal care display. 15. Nutrition display. 16. Hand-made Puppet. 17. Hand-made musical instrument. 18. Expreswive arts display. 19. Display of family living 20. Simple sewn item 21. Photo display, photos taken by member 22. Record hook, up to date 23. Other, related to Cloverhud Department 18-Y Cultural Art* Class A: /.eetfcercraft Premium 2.00, 1.75, 1.50, 135 1. Leather article planned and designed by exhibitor such as Ixxik mark, belt, etc. (Continued on Pagr 19)

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