Sherman County School District Communication Issue 13: School Construction Update
Sherman County Fair Cattle Sorting Competition, Aug. 26
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Training Begins, Sept. 13
New Business,Second Hand Made, is now Open for Business in Wasco
Kids Craft Classes in time for the Sherman County Fair, Aug. 9 & 12
Sherman County Fair Kitchen Products – Division J
1.Sherman County School District Communication Issue 13: School Construction Update
2. Sherman County Fair Cattle Sorting Competition, Aug. 26
3. Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Training Begins, Sept. 13
Columbia Gorge CASA begins its Fall Volunteer Training on September 13th in Hood River. Columbia Gorge CASA is a local nonprofit that recruits, trains and supports community volunteers to advocate for kids who are in foster care in Sherman, Wasco and Hood River counties. The volunteer commitment is 7-10 hours per month. The training course is 5 weeks long and involves 3 hours of interactive, on-line training and 3 hours of weekly in-person training. After successfully completing the application process and training, a local Circuit Court Judge swears each volunteer into service as a Court Appointed Special Advocate. For more information call the CASA office at (541) 386-3468 or visit www.gorgecasa.org.
4. New Business, Second Hand Made, is now Open for Business in Wasco
Megan (Pinkerton) Jensen invites shoppers to stop by and see what she has to offer… gifts, cards,and treats of all kinds! Located on Clark Street between the Wasco Market and the Locust Tree Salon, Second Hand Made is open from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
The kitchen is newly licensed and Espressos and other favorite coffee drinks, fresh baked goodies, and baked goods to order will be offered. A daily lunch special will be coming in September!
For every $5 you spend, you will receive a ticket for a chance to win a special edition Crater Lake National Park Pendleton Blanket! Drawing will be held on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016.
5. Kids Craft Classes in time for the Sherman County Fair, Aug. 9 & 12
Kids Craft Classes
in time for the
Sherman County Fair!
Spaces limited, so call or stop by to reserve a spot!
SECOND HAND MADE
(Next to Wasco Market)
Recycled Art Projects:
August 9, 2016
9:00-11:00 am or 1:00-3:00 pm
Pre K-K (limit 4 per session)
At least 5 Fair-ready exhibits!
Wood Crafts Projects:
August 12, 2016
9:00-11:00 am or 1:00-3:00 pm
Parents: We have the fair entry forms ready to fill out with the list of projects. All you have to do is deliver the projects to the Open Class Pavilion at the fairgrounds on Wednesday, August 24th.
6. Sherman County Fair Kitchen Products – Division J
KITCHEN PRODUCTS – DIVISION J
Read carefully the general rules in the front of the Premium Book and on our web page
- No Entry fees for this division
- Entries will be accepted until 6:00 pm on Wednesday August 24, 2016
- Entries for the Kitchen Products Division are made in the Open Class building, located under the main grandstands.
- Entry form follows this section and can also be found on our website on the forms tab.
- Junior Class just add the letter “J” behind the class number. You are junior if you are in the grades of 9-12.
- Entries must be made by 6:00 pm on Wednesday of Fair week and can be delivered Thursday morning by 8:15 before judging. (They must be entered on Wednesday)
- NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE JUDGED.
Special Notes and Rules
- Note: All canned goods must be in standard jars and lids (Kerr or Ball only), Labeled with ** Method of processing (water bath or pressure cooker)
** Length of processing time (water bath or pressure cooker)
** Date preserved
** Contents or recipe
- Paraffin is no longer acceptable.
- Judges have the option to open jars.
- Rings on jars must be clean and rust free.
- Please call the local extension office for the latest updated version of home canning regulations.
- Please make note of how items are ask to show up for their class. (plate of, wrapped, labels etc.)
- Dried foods will be displayed in standard glass jars. Half pint jars are suggested. Must be labeled with variety. One half cup or more required.
Judging Criteria for baked goods and preserved foods:
Appearance, Texture/Consistency, Flavor, Pack appearance & Product quality
Release of Exhibits:
Exhibits will be released on Sunday August 28, at 4:00 p.m. this time is subject to change and will be posted in the Open Class Pavilion and announced during the fair week.
Premiums for Open Class kitchen products
1st Place $4.00
2nd Place $2.00
3rd Place $1.00
Special Awards for the Kitchen Division
- Canned Fruit Cash Bonus Prize of $15.00 (instead of 20 # of sugar)
~~ this awarded to the “Best” of all fruit exhibited~~
- Jam or Jelly Cash Bonus Prize of $15.00 (instead of 20# of sugar)
~~this is awarded for the jar judged “Best” jam or jelly~~
- Sherman County Pie Contest, any flavor 1st place $50.00, 2nd $25.00
- Sherman County Chocolate Cake Contest 1st place $40.00 , 2nd $ 20.00
For low sugar please add a “ls” behind the class number
Note: All canned goods must be in standard jars and lids (Kerr or Ball only), Labeled with contents, processing time, processing type on all jars. Judges may open jars.
202 Cherries, any variety
203 Berries, any Variety
211 Pie filling, any flavor
Canned Vegetables & meats
215 Green Beans
219 Soup, any flavor
221 Juice, any flavor
228 Deer (Venison)
230 Smoked Fish
ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FRUITS CAN BE ENTERED IN THE FOLLOWING CLASSES (#232, 233, 234, 235 & 236)
Boysen or Young
235 Freezer Jam
236 Low Sugar jam or jelly
239 Bread & Butter
245 Dilly Bean
Relishes and Sauces
249 Chili Sauce
256 Cottage cheese
Dried foods will be displayed in standard glass jars. Half pint jars are suggested. Must be labeled with variety. One half cup or more required.
275 Dried Beans, any variety
2791 Dill weed
282 Celery Seed
Bread and Rolls — wrapped in plastic
288 Bread, White, Yeast (1 loaf)
289 Bread, Sourdough, (1 loaf)
290 Bread, Whole wheat (1 loaf)
291 Bread, Rye (1 loaf)
292 Bread, French (1 loaf)
293 Bread, Banana, (1 loaf)
294 Bread, Zucchini (1 loaf)
295 Cinnamon rolls (plate of 4)
296 Raised rolls (plate of 4)
297 Sweet rolls (plate of 4)
298 Muffins, any variety (plate of 4)
299 Doughnuts (plate of 4)
300 Bread, Bread Machine (1 loaf)
Cakes, Can submit 1/2 of cake If you prefer — wrapped in plastic
Please bring cakes on cardboard or board covered with foil, no plates. NOTE: Class # “308” judged entirely on decoration and attractiveness. “Dummies” may be used in this class also this class you must bring whole cake.
302 Cake, Sponge
303 Cake, layer
304 Cake, Spice
305 Cake, Angel Food
306 Cake, Chiffon
307 Cake, Cupcakes (plate of 4)
308 Cake, Decorated *** please bring whole cake ***
309 Cake, Pound
310 Cake, Jelly Roll
311 Cake, Cheesecake
312 Cake, Carrot Cake
313 Cake, Other
3138 Chocolate Cake Contest, Sherman Co. residents only
** Premiums 1st Place $40.00 2nd Place $20.00 ~~ judged by the fair board, on appearance & taste
Cookies – plate of 6, wrapped in plastic
314 Cookie, Bar
315 Cookie, Brownie
316 Cookie, Refrigerator
317 Cookie, Unbaked
318 Cookie, Filled
319 Cookie, Chocolate Chip
320 Cookie, Oatmeal
321 Cookie, Peanut Butter
322 Cookie, Snicker Doodle
323 Cookie, Sugar
324 Cookie, Cut Out, Frosted sugar
Pies bring whole pie covered In plactic wrap
326 Pie, Single Crust, any flavor
327 Pie, Double Crust, any flavor
328 Pie, Other
329 Pie, Sherman County Pie Contest, Any Flavor
Sherman County Residents Only
**Premiums 1st Place $50.00 2nd Place $25.00
Pies will be judged by the Sherman County Fair Board, on appearance and taste.
Candy – plate of 6 pieces, wrapped in plastic
330 Candy, Fudge
331 Candy, Divinity
332 Candy, Caramels
333 Candy, Fruit
334 Candy, Taffy
335 Candy, Chocolate coated
336 Candy, Brittle (Nut)
337 Candy, Peanut Butter Fudge
338 Candy, Toffee
339 Candy, Nuts, spiced or glazed
Sherman County Fair
Open Class Entry Form
Mailing Address: _____________________________________________
(Complete mailing address, please)
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