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Time to Prepare for Special Open Class Prizes: Sherman County Fair, Aug. 21-25

Time to Prepare for Special Open Class Prizes: Sherman County Fair, Aug. 21-25

  1. Special Canned Fruit Bonus Prize is given by the Fair Board: Sack of sugar is awarded to the contestant whose canned fruit is judged best of all fruit exhibited.
  2. Special Jam or Jelly Bonus Prize is given by the Oregon Fair Association: Sack of sugar will be awarded for the jar of jam or jelly judged best in show. (Paraffin not recommended.)
  3. Bring Out Your Best Pickled Foods, Best of Category presented by Ball Home Canning, to promote the art of pickling foods and excellence in home canning.
  4. Bring Out Your Best Soft Spreads, Best Soft Spread presented by Ball Home Canning, to promote the art of preparing soft spreads and excellence in home canning.
  5. Bring Out Your Best Adult Food Preservation 1st & 2nd Place Awards are presented by Ball Home Canning to promote the art of home canning and to honor adults who excel at the art of home canning.
  6. Bring Out Your Best Youth Food Preservation Award (fruit, vegetable, pickle, soft spread categories) is given to promote the art of home canning and to honor youths who excel at the art of home canning.
  7. Sweepstakes Prizes by Category: Flowers, Photography, Land Products, Baked Foods, Clothing/Needlework and Arts & Crafts. Five points for each blue ribbon, 3 for red, 1 for white.
  8. Sherman County Fair Association Leonard Fields Memorial Scholarship is awarded to the Sherman County Fair and Rodeo Queen each year based on guidelines established by the Sherman County Fair Board.
  9. Sherman County Pie Contest for Sherman County residents. Your favorite recipe, any flavor, 1st prize $50, 2nd prize 25, as judged by the Fair Board. [Ask Fair Board members about their favorite pie!]
  10. Sherman County Cake Contest for Sherman County residents. Your favorite chocolate cake judged by the Fair Board on appearance and taste, 1st prize $40, 2nd prize $20.

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