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FFA / 4H AGRIBUSINESS EDUCATION EXHIBITS

2020 FFA/4H AGRIBUSINESS EDUCATION EXHIBITS

FFA/4H AGRIBUSINESS EDUCATION ENTRY FORM

2020 FFA/4H AGRIBUSINESS EDUCATION EXHIBITS ENTRY FORM

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2020 FFA / 4H AGRIBUSINESS EDUCATION EXHIBITS

Chairman: Marybeth Lumbra, (352) 567-6678

The FFA & 4H Chapters of Pasco County look forward to annual participation in the Pasco County Fair.

The FFA & 4H student organizations are Vital to providing leadership and employability skills training to agribusiness education students. Through participation in community activities, such as those afforded by the Pasco County Fair Assoc. FFA & 4H youth learn to work cooperatively while increasing their knowledge of the agribusiness industry.

Each exhibit in this class shall be collective and complete while containing products and articles to demonstrate the diverse areas of the agribusiness industry. The booth is to be done by the club members and their sponsors not the parents of the club members. All are subject to General Rules and Regulations of the Fair.

PREMIUMS OFFERED IN THIS DIVISION- $700.00
PREMIUM AWARDS

First Premium $300.00 and Rosette

Second Premium$200.00 and Rosette

Third Premium $100.00 and Rosette

People’s Choice$100.00 and Rosette

RULES AND REGULATIONS

  1. Exhibits should be of an educational type. The exhibit should be so organized as to tell a story. It should demonstrate approved practices or feature agricultural industries prevalent in this area.
  2. All electrical or mechanical equipment that is included in the exhibit to create motion or action should be constructed so that it will operate for the duration of the Fair.
  3. The title sign should portray the object of the exhibit, and all items used in the exhibit should contribute to the central theme of the booth.
  4. Each exhibit MUST be in place, complete, clean and ready for judging not later than 8:00 a.m. on Opening Day and shall remain in place until closing night of the Fair.
  5. Booth dimensions will be as follows: back, 8 feet high and 10 feet wide; sides, 8 feet high sloping to 2 feet in front and 10 feet wide; floors, 10 feet deep and 10 feet wide. The Pasco County Fair Assoc. reserves the right to alter space as necessary to provide maximum space utilization.
  6. No alterations or cutting of booths will be permitted. Any booth section damaged must be replaced as a section by and at the expense of the exhibitor.
  7. Exhibits must depict or include at least four areas or products of agriculture. Two of the four must be
  • Anyone participating in this contest by way of entry, hereby agrees and consents to the use of any picture of contestant in any or all publications, TV, publicity brochure, internet, etc., that the Pasco County Fair Assoc. may desire.

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SCORE CARD

  1. POWER TO ATTRACT ATTENTION AND POINTS

HOLD INTEREST

1. Exhibit presents an original, unusual or striking method of display.................................................100

2. Effectiveness in the use of light, color, sound, motion, and mechanism used....................................150

3. Is the general appearance of the booth attractive including background, good

arrangements of objects, scale and balanced appearance of labels, neatness, etc................................100

  1. EDUCATIONAL VALUE POINTS

1. Is the central theme of exhibit worthwhile, distinctive, significant, and appropriate?....................100

2. Does the story told around the central article, object, specimen, and label contribute

to the amplification of the central theme? (FOR COMMODITY EXHIBITS-Judge on Variety…..150

3. Is the practice which the booth recommends scientifically sound and up to date? Is the practice promoted by the booth easily understandable? (FOR COMMODITY EXHIBITS-
Judge on Variety)........................................................................................................................................100

4. Is the booth free from error of thought- grammar, spelling, object used, label used, assumptions intended, figures of speech, etc.?................................................................................................................100

5. Is it apparent that the booth required student time and effort to assemble?....................................200

TOTAL 1,000

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