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Catharina Shane       613 327-5770
Matilda Bouwhuis
Mary Chartrand

MANDATORY ENTRY FORM

OR

MAKE ENTRIES ONLINE

 

PRIZE MONEY – Sections 1 – 44 (unless otherwise stated)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th
$8 $6.50 $5 $3

 

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    1. Most points overall – $30 donated in memory of David Mackie.
    2. Second most points overall – $20 donated in memory of David Mackie.

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    a) General rules and regulations of the Russell Agricultural Society apply.
    b) Exhibitors must be members of the Russell Agricultural Society. Memberships, entry forms and entry tags are available from the Secretary at info@russellfair.com or 613-445-1742.
    c) All entry forms must be in the hands of the Fair Secretary by Friday, September 1, 2017. Entry tags must be attached to the plate.
    d) Unless otherwise stated, the exhibitor must grow all vegetables and produce.
    e) Entries may be placed in the Curling Rink on Wednesday, September 6, between 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. or on Thursday, September 7, between 8:00 and 9:30 a.m.
    f) Entries to be removed on Sunday, September 10, between 4:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
    g) All exhibits must be in the quantities specified.
    h) Only one entry per exhibitor allowed in each numbered category.
    i) In lieu of entry fees, exhibitors will have an extra 10% deducted for winnings over $10.00 (ten dollars).

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    1. Apples, 3, any variety, named.
    2. Beans, 5, wax.
    3. Beans, 5, green.
    4. Table beets, 3 (1” to 2”, trimmed 1” above crown).
    5. Beets, 3, cylindrical (1” to 2”, trimmed 1” above crown).
    6. Cabbages, 2, green.
    7. Cabbages, 2, savoy.
    8. Cabbages, 2, red.
    9. Cantaloupe, 2.
    10. Carrots, 4, short, not over 4” (1” tops showing), rinse – do not scrub.
    11. Carrots, 4, half long, 4” – 8” (1” tops showing), rinse – do not scrub.
    12. Carrots, 4, long, over 8″ (1″ tops showing), rinse – do not scrub.
    13. Corn, 2, table use (1/3 cob husked), named.
    14. Cucumbers, 2, for slicing.
    15. Cucumber, 1, English.
    16. Cucumbers, under 4”, 5, pickling.
    17. Garlic, 5.
    18. Gourds, 2, one cultivar.
    19. Onions, 3, Spanish.
    20. Onions, 3, yellow.
    21. Peppers, 3, sweet red, 1/2″ stem showing.
    22. Peppers, 3, sweet green, 1/2″ stem showing.
    23. Peppers, 3, hot, 1/2″ stem showing.
    24. Peppers, 3, yellow, 1/2″ stem showing.
    25. Potatoes, 3, white, named.
    26. Potatoes, 3, red, named.
    27. Potatoes, 3, any other colour.
    28. Pumpkin, 2, common.
    29. Squash, 2, pepper.
    30. Squash, 2, butternut.
    31. Squash, 2, hubbard.
    32. Sunflower, 1 head.
    33. Tomatoes, 3, for paste, calyx attached.
    34. Tomatoes, 1 truss.
    35. Tomatoes, 3, for slicing, red, calyx attached.
    36. Parsley, 3 stems in a glass jar.
    37. Brussel Sprouts, 5.
    38. Tomatoes, 3, any other colour.
    39. Dill, 3 stems, 12” long in a container.

    PRIZE MONEY – Section 40 only
    Donated by Marilyn James in Memory of David Mackie
    1st 2nd 3rd
    $10 $8 $7

    40. Turnips, 2, table, trimmed 1/2″ above crown.
    41. Zucchini, 2, under 12″ in length.
    42. Herb collection, grown and displayed in a clay pot, minimum of three herbs. Please identify.
    43. Largest potato.

    PRIZE MONEY – Section 44 only
    Donated by Karen Hewitt in Memory of Ben Quaile
    1st 2nd 3rd
    $12 $8 $4

    44. Novelty Section – unusual vegetable or fruit (e.g. odd-shaped, unusual variety, etc.). Open to all age groups.

    PRIZE MONEY – Sections 45 and 46
    1st 2nd 3rd
    $10 $8 $6

    45. Vegetable display, 18″ x 18″ space, using a minimum of 5 vegetables. Vegetables need not be grown by the exhibitor.
    46. Farm produce collection, minimum 6, each article named. Vegetables need not be grown by the exhibitor.