Congratulations to all the young men and women who participated in the 2012 4-H Livestock Awards Results are now posted for: 2012 4-H Livestock Awards
2012 Idaho County Fair Awards
2012 Awards for the Idaho County Fair – Results to be posted as soon as they are available.
Congratulations to all who participated in Open Class Exhibits AND Two Minute Talent Show! CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO SEE WINNERS OF … Open Class Exhibits – Best of Show and Award of Merit – RESULTS POSTED Two Minute Talent Show – RESULTS POSTED
Congratulations to all who participated in programs and awards. Please click on the links below to review results of the first day of the Idaho County Fair for Wednesday, August 15, 2012 2012 4-H Family & Consumer Sciences Awards – RESULTS POSTED 2012 4-H Specialty Project Awards – RESULTS POSTED Enjoy the rest of …
Thursday August 16, 2012 7-8:30 PM In the Schmidt Building. Cash awards will be given for up to 3 places per age category. (5-12 years, 13-18 years, 19+ years) Two-minute time limit per act. Pre-registration by Aug. 8 is required. Call Teresa Groom at 983-0847. Ages 5 – 12 $100 1st Place – “Love’s …
Wednesday, August 15, 2012 1:30pm Chairperson, Melinda Sonnen, 962-3006, Schmidt Building – Age groups (age on Aug. 17) 1-3 years, 4-5 years, 6-8 years. SHORTEST PIGTAIL: Braided hair from underneath side of the pigtail. LONGEST PIGTAIL: Braided hair from underneath side of the pigtail. WIDEST PIGTAIL: Widest part of the braid measured at the head. …
Get the 2012 Idaho County Fair Premium Book on your mobile phone, tablet or desktop computer. We’ve posted the entire book, compliments of Idaho County Free Press, on our website for your access and enjoyment. This file is available in pdf format and is 7.5 megabytes.
Idaho County Fair Awards for 2012 will be posted at IdahoCountyFair.org as soon as the results are available each night.
Categories such as leatherworking, photography, Outstanding Leadership and more are judged in the Top Special Projects Awards.
Open Class Best of Show and Special Awards involves entries under the classifications of Sewing, Knitting, Crocheting, Baked Goods and other categories that illustrate the culture of our Central Idaho region.
Traditions in this area are steeped in cattle producers as well as other livestock and pet showmanship.