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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, M! — Thursday, June 18,1998 Iron fair premium list (Continued from Page 23) Ctass B: Apprentice Youth Leadership (ayes 13-14) Pnmkm 3.00, 2.50,2.00,130 1. Display designed to recruit members or to improve 4-H club work. 2. Display showing how you planned to assist or teach a project meeting or meetings. 3. Display showing how you assisted in teaching a specific 4-H project. 4. Visual aid you used to teach a specific 4-H project. 5. Display showing how you assisted your organization leaders. 6. Display showing how you assisted in leadership in a 4-H club activity. 7. Safety kit for club outing — describe outing 8. Other related 9. Recreation leader display Class C: Youth Advisor (age 15 andolder) Premium 3.00, 2.50, 2.00, 1.50 1. Display designed to recruit members or to improve 4-H club work. 2. Planned and written outline for a series of project meetings in a specific project. 3. Visual aid used to teach a specific 4-H project. 4. Display shm/ing how you assisted in teaching a specific project. 5. Display showing how you assisted your organization leader. 6. Display showing how you assisted in leadership in 4-H club activity. 7. Display showing leadership contribution to a district, county or state event. 8. Display or scrapbook showing a year of leadership in the club and county youth program. 9. Group dynamics display 10. Recreation leader display 11. Other related Class D: Selt-Oetermined Pro- feet Pnmkm 3.00, ZSO, 2.00, 130 A self-determined project is a selected and developed in depth by an individual 4-H member. A self-determined project must be one not currently listed on the 4-H Project Selection Guide. 1. Poster, display or Bcrapbook to illustrate a phase of project work. 2. Article made while studying this project. 3. Any other which relates. Class E: Special Interest Pro- feet* Pnmlum 3.00,2.50,2.00, 130 Special interest projects are those which arc- not part of the regular club or county program. These include special summer- only project group* and special school-enrichment projects not affiliated with normal enrollment procedures. Exhibitor must have approval of Youth Department Superintendent to exhibit in this class. 1. Display illustrating scope of project. 2. Item, or group of items made as a result of the project. 3. Display showing exhibitors participation in project. 4. Display illustrating benefit of project to exhibitor. 5. Display illustrating benefit of project to community. 6. Any other related to project. Department 34-Y Social Sciences Class A: Adopt a Friend Pnmlum 1.75,130, MS, 1M 1. Illustrated report describing the project plan and how it was carried out. 2. Other, related Class B: Hepptneee **.„ Pnmlum 1.75,1 JO, MS, 1M 1. Illustrated report describing the project plan and how it was carried out. 2. Other, related Class C: History and Heritage Pnmkm 1.75, MO, 135, 1M 1. Poster showing a family tree tracing back at least three generations. 2. Report on the history of Iron County or your community. 3. Display describing government structure in Iron County 4. Display illustrating democratic process 5. Other, related Class D: Our Family and Family Times Pnmlum 1.75, 1.50,13$, 1.00 1. A V.I.P. bulletin board, diagram or photo display of your extended family. 2. Photo display, collage, or poster depicting things your family does to help one another stay healthy. . 3. Photo display, collage or poster which reflect* what you've learned in this project. • 4. Other, related . Class £; The Basics: Nutrition, Physical Exercise and Stress Reduction Pnmlum 1.75,130,135, 1M 1. Photo, essay or display depicting your family's favorite relaxation technique*. 2. Photo, essay or display depicting ways nature helps you relax. 3. A collage, poster or scrapbook which shows how you participate in aerobic sports or activities. 4. Poster display or exhibit pertaining to nutrition, physical fitness or stress reduction. 5. Fabric do-not-disturfa sign or fancy food groups lunch pail. 6. Any other which relates. Department 35-Y Educational (School Exhibits) Danish system of judging in all classes. Youth attending school in Iron County arc eligible, including home-schooled student* or youth residing in Iron County, attending an out-of-county school. Individual exhibitor* •re limited to 10 entrfaw. Only items made or completed during the previous school year may be entered. Items must b* a school project, except Class I (Little Britches), which are made at home. School group exhibits will be entered under a group name (example: Hurley grade 3 science Page 24 group). Premium will be paid to identified adult supervisor, leader, or school. Individual exhibits may not be part of a group exhibit. An exceptional person is de, fined as a mentally, physically, or emotionally handicapped student,- experiencing difficulty in learning and applying ordinary Irving information, and receives related school services on a regular basis. AN •xhlbltor* must totem the following: MUST COMPLETE ENTRY FORM FOR SCHOOL EX- HWTSONLY. 1. Include school name, teacher name, student name/address on entry form. 2. Each exhibit must include school, grade, and teacher written on a card and securely attached to the item. Ciass AiPre-KJnderyerten 4 Heed Start Pnmkm 1.73,130, US, 1M 1. Colored picture, any medium 2. Water color. 3. Finger painting. 4. Original drawing. 5. Sample of printing, 3 pieces. 6. Paper craft. 7. Yam craft. 8. Clay craft 9. Wood craft. 10. Hand-made musical instrument. ll.Stitchery. 12. Mobile. 13. Weaving. 14. Puppet. 15. Holiday item. 16. Other original craft. 17. Display regarding a class event or field trip. 18. Wall hanging. 19. Original other, not listed. Ctass B.Grades K-3 Pnmkm 1.75,130, 135,1M 1. Colored Picture, any medium 2. Original crayon drawing 3. Original colored pencil drawing 4. Original colored marker drawing 5. Watercolor painting 6. Tempera painting 7. Original drawing, any medium 8. Original painting, any medium 9. Decorative print on paper 10. Decorative print on cloth 11. Decorative print on any other material 12. Original printing stamp (block printing, etc.) 13. Weaving 14. Stitchery 15. Clay craft 16. Paper craft 17. Paper mache 18. Puppet 19. Mask 20. Wood craft 21. String or yarn craft. 22. Wall hanging 23. Mobile 24. Holiday item 25. Recycled craft 26. Jewelry 27. Other original craft 28. Sample of printing 29. Sample of handwriting 30. Display of class event or field trip 31. Health display 32. Creative writing sample (story, poetry, etc.) 33. Language Arts display. 34. Social Studies display. 35. Music display. 36. Science display 37. Math display 38. Any Other not listed Pnmkm 5M, 330,230, 135 39. Original science or mechanical project. Cfess C: Oradee 4 - 8 Premiums Jk classes same as Class B(l. - 39.) Ctama D: Exceptional students Grade* K-9 Premiums et classes same as Class B(l.-39.) Ctass E:Grmde»7 AS rtsmtum 1.75,130,13S, 1M AipeMtngtadnwtnytmustbtorigl- flSf WOTm Of SXrNMkV. 1. Oil painting 2. Acrylic painting 3. Watercolor painting 4. Tempera painting 5. Mixed media painting 6. Chalk drawing 7. Charcoal drawing 8. Colored pencil drawing 9. Pastel drawing 10. Pen & Ink drawing 11. Pencil drawing 12. Drawing, any other media 13. Decorative print on cloth 14. Decorative print on paper 15. Decorative print on any other material 16. Original' printing stamp (block printing, etc.) 17. Weaving 18. Stitchery 19. Clay craft 20. Pottery 21. Paper craft 22. Paper mache 23. Puppet 24. Mask 25. Wood craft 26. String or yarn craft. 27. Basketry 28. Wall hanging 29. Sculpture, any medium 30. Recycled craft 31. Recycled clothing (Continued on Pafe 25) Promotion of the fair is carried out by a float for the heritage festival. Heritage is shown by operation of vintage farm equipment at the Iron County Fair.