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Junior Table / Settines & Agriculture Local Show - To Include Lassen County Table Table Semnas Setting Guidelines: All exhibitors must be 17 years old or under es of 1/1/01. All exhibits will be judged together. Entries will be limited to two (2) e~ibito~ per class and will close when the second (2rid) entry has been f ed. Preference will be given to tho6e exhibitors wishing to participate in both shows. White Table - the Fair provides 36-inch square Table. . The exhibitor must furnish linens, china end glassware. Fair Management assumes no responsibility for loss or damage. , Silverware not permitted. The flag of the United States or food, with the exception of whole (not cut) fruits and vegetables is not permitted to be displayed on the tables. A, tables must include centerpieces. All ce~terpiaces must have fresh plant materials and/or flowers. Tables judged from all angles. Judging will be closed to the public and exhibitors. Entries Close: Friday 03-Aug 5:00 PM Exhibits Received: As desi~ in eech Class J.d ng: Wedms( oe-A Thursday 0S-Aug Friday Saturday .11-,e F.xhibtls Released: As designated in each Entry Limit: 1 Enl~j per indi~adual in each ~ Entry Fee: $.1.00 pet" Entry per 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 1 ~(X) AM 10:.00 AM Premiums Offered Per Class I st 2rid 3rd $5 $3 $2 American System of Judging DIVISION: 471 TABLE SETTIINGS Classes 1. "Dinner for Morn and Dad" - (Wed) In Place By: Wednesday - Aug. 8, 2001 - 10 Removed By: Thursday - Aug. 9, 2001 - 9 AM AM 2. "4m of 3. July Party" - (Thursday) In Place By: Thursday -Aug. 9, 2001 - 10 AM Removed By: Friday - Aug. 10, 2001 - 8 AM "Campout Lunch" - (Friday) - using dried flowers In Place By: Friday - Aug. 10, 2001 - 10 AM Removed by: Saturday - Aug. 11, 2001 - 8 AM 4. "Lunch with your Favorite Character" - (Saturday) In Piace By: Saturday- Aug. 11, 2001 - 10AM Removed by: Sunday - AUg. 12, 2001 - 8 PM 8CORE CARD FOR JUDGING TABLE SEI"nNG$ 2S% Overall Compatibility 20% Perfection of Decorative Unit 15% In~rpretatJon of Theme 20% Oistinc~on 10% Impeccability '10% TOtal 100% Agriculture I Horticulffi_ Premiums Offered Per I st 2rid 3d $5 $3 $2 Agricuiture4Horticuiture Guidermas: Exhibits wil be displayed in the Fiodcuiture The exhibitor must have grown product=. The Fair wi not be responsible for return Horticulture exhibits. Entries will be judged according the standards. The quality desved in product exhibits is the quality that brings the in the commercial market. Such exhibits maturity as that stage of ripeness the California Agriculture Code in order to premium awards. Conaideratimt will be =rid p t=d m=tur . Exhibits stressing features, which detract value of any produce, are undesirable and Any frozen fruit or vegetables will be Unless otherwise specif'~l, the type of exhibit will be the uniform comrnerci overgrown. Monstrositias win not be awards. ~ 425,12 . Ma~ture - having reached th=t which wig insure the completion of the ripening which Will insure palatability after the removal tree, plant or vine. Section 42515 - ~ - having an edvancsd which causes the product to be undesiralde in a fresh state. All exhibitors must be 17 yeer old or under J All e~ibb are judged together. Veaetables A/I Vegetab/e~ mum be p/ere d/ap/ayed - Plafes 1at 2rid $12 $8 8eat of Show RoeeUe DIVISION: 475 1. Bean= - Snap, Green 2. Beer - Other 3. Peas 4. Peppers - Any 5. Tomatoas - Round types 6. Tomatoes - Cherry 7. Any other edible fruit & pod Zntries Cose for aft Jr.. g/5(ort. & Tal e Settings yriday. ugust 3, zoo 46