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Other Youth Organizations

OTHER YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS

Superintendent: Nancy Lawton

lawton.nancy@gmail.com or 360-569-2630

Enter at https://piercecountyfair.fairentry.com/

Youth entering in this department must belong to a recognized youth organization such as Boy or Girl Scouts, Trail Life USA, American Heritage Girls, Camp Fire, church youth groups etc. Projects made as a school or church project may also be entered. A Boy Scout may choose to enter something he made while working on a merit badge or for rank advancement. School project ideas might include educational displays, art, photos, etc.


When entering please include a description of the exhibit, the organization / school / church etc. the youth belongs to and grade in the description box.

  • Up to 8 photos and/or documents need to be uploaded as required or needed
  • Take the photo in a well-lit area. Try to reduce as many shadows and glares as possible.
  • Be sure the entire display is visible in the photo.
  • Try to use a solid background when possible
  • In the description box please include the organization the exhibitor belongs to, grade when exhibit was made and a description of the exhibit (what it is, used for etc),

Check the chart at the bottom of the page for photo suggestions & tips.

Class:

  1. Individual entries made by exhibitor- Item made while participating in organization or school activity, rank advancement or badge Examples: car built for a Derby or Grand Prix race, arrow made for archery merit badge, a sewn or cooked item, art project etc. Entries may be made in one lot only. Limit 4 entries per lot.

Lot:

  1. Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
  2. 3rd through 5th Grade
  3. 6th through 8th Grade
  4. 9th through 12th Grade or 21 years for organizations that include older youth

Points Allowed: Blue 10, Red 8, White 6



Class:

  1. Posters and Photo Stories- Posters or photo stories that promote the organization the youth belongs to or an activity while participating in that organization. Or may be an educational poster or photo story that teaches something about a project, badge, rank advancement etc. Posters must be readable from at least 10 feet.

Lot:

  1. Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
  2. 3rd through 5th Grade
  3. 6th through 8th Grade
  4. 9th through 12th Grade or 21 years for organizations that include older youth

Points Allowed: Blue 10, Red 8, White 6



Class:

  1. Table Displays- The display should be self-explanatory and designed to show a principle of a topic of educational nature. Example: An arrow made while working on the Archery merit badge. The arrow would need to be mounted in a way that it can be viewed by the public and accompanied by a table display that teaches how the arrow was made . Displays made as a school project are also encouraged. Limit 1 per exhibitor

Lot:

  1. Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
  2. 3rd through 5th Grade
  3. 6th through 8th Grade
  4. 9th through 12th Grade or 21 years for organizations that include older youth

Points Allowed: Blue 15, Red 12, White 10



Class-Lot

Project

Exhibit

Suggestions

5001

Individual entries made by an

exhibitor

Item made while participating in organization or school activity, rank advancement or badge. Examples: car built for a Derby or Grand Prix race, arrow made for archery merit badge, a sewn or cooked item, art project, photo, etc.

  1. Please include in the description box: organization, school, church etc., grade and/or level, and project/assignment/requirement etc.
  2. Take one photo of the entire project and additional photos where needed, so the parts can be easily viewed.
  3. Take the photo in a well-lit area.
  4. Try to reduce as many shadows and glares as possible.

5010

Posters and Photo Stories

Suggestions:

(1) a poster or photo story promoting the organization or school

(2) educational poster that teaches something

(3) A photo story depicting a subject (Ex: series of 4 or more photos of flowers or cars)

  1. Please include in the description box: organization, school, church etc., grade and/or level, and project/assignment/requirement etc.
  2. Take one photo of the entire project and additional photos where needed, so the parts can be easily viewed.
  3. Take the photo in a well-lit area.
  4. Try to reduce as many shadows and glares as possible.

5020

Table Display

The display should be self-explanatory and should be of an educational nature. Example: A display made for a science project or as a requirement for a badge.

  1. Please include in the description box: organization, school, church etc., grade and/or level, and project/assignment/requirement etc.
  2. Take one photo of the entire project and additional photos where needed, so the parts can be easily viewed.
  3. Take the photo in a well-lit area.
  4. Try to reduce as many shadows and glares as possible.

5050

Youth in

Action

Exhibitors are encouraged to share an activity and/or information about their organization or school with the public. An example of an activity might be a demonstration on how to do an art project.

  1. Have someone take a video of the youth doing the presentation.
  2. The exhibitor should introduce themselves using only their first name, their age or grade and what organization, school, or church etc. they belong to.
  3. The video should then be uploaded into FairEntry.


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