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Shooting Sports…………………………………. 37. Section 8 Special Awards… .... on the 4-H website at: http://www.colorado4h.org/events_opportunities/state ...

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2012 COLORADO STATE FAIR 4-H CONTEST REQUIREMENTS Section 7 Table of Contents Cake Decorating Contest………………………… 2 Contest Superintendents Creative Cooks Contest……………………….. 4 Vanessa Tranel…... Cake Decorating Contest Superintendent Demonstrations………………………. ……….. 6 Verla Noakes …….....Creative Cooks Contest Superintendent Julia Hurdelbrink … ..Creative Cooks Contest Superintendent Dog Trials…...….……………………………...….. 8 Holli Campbell............Creative Cooks Contest Superintendent Obedience…………………………………… 11 Peggy Edson…….......Demonstration Contest Superintendent Showmanship………………………………. 13 Stephanie Lebsock……….Asst. Demonstration Contest Super. Rally………………………………………….. 17 Carol Kuhns……………….Dog Trials General Superintendent Tina Wickizer………………………………...Dog Superintendent Fashion Revue…………………………………..… 19 Florence Andrews…………….Dog Tabulations Superintendent Donna Darnell…………………………Dog Rally Superintendent Performing Arts…………………………………… 20 Deb Lester……………………………Agent Dog Superintendent Vocal…………………………………………. 21 Jean Glowacki…………………….…Agent Dog Superintendent Instrumental…………………… 21 Lorri Arnhold…………………….Fashion Revue Superintendent Dance………………………………………… 22 Kaye Kasza……………………..Fashion Revue Superintendent Theatrical……………………………………. 23 Anne Casey…………………Robotic Showcase Superintendent Claire Dixon………………..Robotics Challenge Superintendent Best Photo Contest……………….……………… 25 Todd King……………………….Rocket Fly Day Superintendent Christy Fitzpatrick………………..Straw Rocket Superintendent Robotics Showcase…………………………… … 26 Barb Shaw………… ……..Water Bottle Rocket Superintendent Kim Morrison…………………..Shooting Sports Superintendent Robotics Challenge……………………………… 27 Kim Shriver…………..….Asst. Shooting Sports Superintendent Robotic Competition Information…………. 28 Rocket Fly Day…………………………………… 33 Straw Rockets Contest……………………. 35 . Water Bottle Rockets………… 36 Shooting Sports…………………………………. 37 Section 8 Special Awards………………………. 40 Cake Decorating Contest 2. Judging will be done by units. Project exhibit rules apply to this contest. All contestants in a unit will work at the same time. Judges will Vanessa Tranel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Superintendent circulate to observe methods used. Pueblo County Extension Office 4-H and Youth Development Agent 3. All contestants must bring: 701 Court Street, Suite C • Cake or cake forms for decorating. Pueblo, CO 81003 (719) 583-6566 Vanessa.tranel@colostate.edu • All equipment and materials required to decorate a cake. • Frosting needed (colored and ready to use). Note: Please read 4-H Project Exhibit Rules on page 1. 4. The frosting must be applied as part of the contest in Units 1 through 5. Units 6 through 8 Contest date: Sunday, August 26 may frost the cake prior to the contest. Contestants will be responsible for planning a Participant’s Entry Fee: $5.00 payable to the county design that can be completed in the time allowed. offices with contestant’s registration materials. 5. Contestants will be expected to do the following: Online registration for contests and exhibits will begin on July 23 and end on August 15. (However, online Unit 1. — 30 MINUTES registration completed by August 3 is highly preferable.) Class 410 Jr. Class 411 Int. Gate Admission: Counties are responsible for Class 412 Sr. ordering gate passes from the Colorado State Fair A. Frost single-layer 8- or 9-inch square or and distributing them to the individuals who will be round, or 9" x 13 real cake. Cake Decorating contestants. Superintendent will B. Cake may be crumb-frosted before, but base not be sending passes. frosting must be applied as part of the contest. C. Apply design using edible materials (no tips). Lodging: Lodging is available at the Colorado State A portion of the base frosting must be visible Fair/4-H Camp Tobin dormitories. Meals are for judging. Bottom border is required. available at the 4-H dining hall. Both require D. Clean up area. advanced reservations. Please contact your county Extension office for more information. Arrangements Unit 2. — 1 HOUR must be coordinated through them. Class 413 Jr. We are asking counties to register all contestants online by August 3, if possible. Each county office Class 414 Int. will issue one check payable to Colorado State Class 415 Sr. University/4-H Camp Tobin for county entry total. A. Frost single-layer 8” x 9” round or square real Mail by Aug. 3 to: cake for this unit. Sharie Harless B. Decorate the real cake using a leaf tip, star CSU State 4-H Office tip and writing tip only. Bottom border is Campus Delivery 4040 required. Fort Collins, CO 80523-4040 C. Only edible materials may be used. D. Clean up area. 1. This contest will be open to 4-H members 8 to 19 years of age. Members must be enrolled in the Unit 3. — 1 HOUR project unit in which they are participating. Counties may enter one contestant in each Class 416 Jr. division for a maximum of three contestants in Class 417 Int. each unit. The following divisions will be judged in each unit: Class 418 Sr. A. Frost double-layer real cake (8” x 9” round or Units 1-5 Units 6-8 square). Junior 8-10 Intermediate 11-13 B. Cake may be crumb-frosted before, but base Intermediate 11-13 Senior 14-19 frosting must be applied as part of the contest. Senior 14-19 C. Decorate cake using 3-5 different types of tips. Bottom border is required. The following tips must be used: 2 • Leaf tube Unit 7. — 1½ HOURS • Writing tube • Star tube Class 427 Int. D. Only drop flowers made directly on the cake may be used. No flowers may be prepared in Class 428 Sr. advance. Do not use flowers made on a A. Use a two- or three-tier cake or cake form of flower nail or materials other than icing. any shape in graduated sizes. E. Clean up area. B. Cakes may be frosted in advance and supports placed. C. Cake should be assembled and decorated as Unit 5. — 1 HOUR part of the contest. D. Decorate cake using: Class 422 Jr. • Supports and separator plates Class 423 Int. • Pillars (optional) Class 424 Sr. • Flowers, borders, side trims as desired E. Artificial stamens for flowers, leaves, wire A. Frost double layer 8-, 9- or 10-inch cake or stems, floral tape, special occasion cake form of any shape. ornaments, and tulle and filler flowers may be B. Cake may be crumb-frosted before, but base used. Bottom border is required. frosting must be applied as part of the F. Clean up area. contest. Bottom border is required. C. Decorate cake using at least: Unit 8. — 1 HOUR • One flat-surface flower • One flower made on a flat flower nail Class 429 Int. • One border Class 430 Sr. • One side trim D. Flowers may be made prior to the contest. A. An edible molded item of any size or shape E. Use only edible materials except stamens on must be used. flowers.