2. The on-line registration will create a 4-H Exhibitor Tag for each exhibit. We will print the tags in color on cardstock. They will be available at the fair for you to attach to your project when you enter it into the fair. Projects with multiple pieces must have a tag for each piece. These tags should be numbered 1 of 3, 2 of 3, 3 of 3, etc. Attach the tag securely to each piece of every exhibit. Specific information is also required on some exhibits in Quilting, Home Environment, Child Care and Food Preservation. The required information is listed under each division in the categories. 4-H will not provide plates for food or garden entries. Please bring your own.
3. Please bring your exhibits to Deseret Peak Monday, July 29th, between 1:00 and 7:00 p.m. for judging. If you have not previously registered your exhibits on-line, you may do it at this time. However, this will require time and you may need to wait for access to a computer. All exhibits must be registered by Monday, July 29, 2019.
4. All indoor 4-H exhibits, including food, floriculture, crops and garden produce, must be delivered to the Deseret Peak building Monday, July 29th between 1:00 and 7:00 pm for judging the next day.
5. All exhibits entered will be awarded a blue or red ribbon. The best of the blue-ribbon projects will receive a high blue rosette. From the high blues, a few exhibits are chosen for “sweepstakes/best of show” and given a purple rosette. All projects with rosettes are selected to be sent to the Utah State Fair.
6. All exhibits must be picked up at the Deseret Peak Building after 8:30 AM and before noon on Monday, August 5, 2019. If you are unable to pick up your exhibits at this time, please let the Extension/4-H office know, in advance, who will pick them up or that they should be taken to the Extension Office. Exhibits taken to the Extension Office can be picked up Thursday, August 8, 2019. All items NOT picked up by August 23th will be donated.
4-H Exhibitors Guide Book 2019
The 4-H exhibits display a collection of 4-H projects completed by youth throughout the county in the past year. 4-H is a program open to all youth. 4-H meets the needs of youth through a variety of established projects or individually designed projects. For more information about how you can become involved in 4-H, either as a youth or as an adult volunteer leader, contact:
USU TOOELE COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE
151 N MAIN
TOOELE, UT 84074
4-H VOLUNTEER DEVELOPMENT & 4-H TEEN COUNCIL ADVISOR435-277-2409