TABLE OF CONTENTS



  • Kalama Community Fair Mission Statement

  • Kalama Fair Board

  • Fair Schedule

  • Fair Court

  • Queen History

  • Demonstration Schedule

  • How do I Enter a Project?

  • Exhibit Hall Departments

  • Fair Book Sponsors



  • Kalama Community Fair Mission Statement

    The mission of the Kalama Community Fair shall be to promote and develop the interest of the youth of the Kalama Community, while improving agriculture, livestock, business, industry, and the home life of the people in the Kalama community area.

    To this end, industry accomplishments, volunteer service and community spirit come together as a showcase of achievements. The conducting of fairs, exhibitions, entertainment and other education activities contribute to a community spirit and awareness of good fellowship, good sportsmanship and good citizenship.


    Fair board members



    2010 Kalama Fair Schedule



    Thursday, July 22nd
    12:00 p.m. Opening of the Kalama Community Fair and the official VFW Flag Ceremony with Post #1407, Diesel Go-Carts, 4-H Horse Demonstrations and Clinic, Daily bread baking demonstration, Treasure hunt, kids games, the daily chicken chase, Goat tail tying contest and pig chase.
    5:00 p.m. Spaghetti feed
    6:30 p.m. Queen Coronation practice
    Friday, July 23th
    8:00 a.m. Western 4-H games, Arena, Diesel Go Karts, Harts Reptiles
    12.00 p.m. Exhibit Hall opens
    1:00 p.m. -11:00p.m. Beer Garden is open
    1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Demonstrations, wood carving, bread baking, strawberry jam making, weaving demonstration, Princess Games, pie diving contest, Martial-Arts/Tai Chi demonstrations.
    5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Cast Iron Cooking featuring a Pork Ribs and Chicken Dinner
    5:00 p.m. Arena Games, featuring chicken chase, goat tail tying, pig chase.
    7:00 p.m. Kalama Community Fair Queen’s Coronation followed by Strawberry shortcake feed
    9:00 p.m. to 11:00 Band on stage
    Saturday, July 24
    7:30 a.m. Fireman’s Breakfast (downtown fire station)
    8:00 a.m. 4-H Horse Performance-Arena
    Paint Ball Tournament
    11:00 a.m. River to River Walk Run
    1:00 p.m. Bike Run
    11:15 a.m. 1st Street dedication
    12:00 p.m. Parade starts
    1:00 p.m. Fairgrounds open
    1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Demonstrations, Bio-Diesel go karts, 4-H Animal projects judging, pie tasting, Presto the Magician, Fireman’s Children’s Penny Scramble, Harts Reptiles.
    1:00 p.m. Texas Hold’em Tournament
    2:30 p.m. Chili Cook off judging begins also Strut Your Mutt
    5:00 p.m. Texas Hold’em final round
    5:00 p.m. Chili Cook off feed open to the public
    5:00 p.m. Reptile Man, chicken chase, goat tail tying, pig chase
    6:00 pm. Lawn mower races
    7:00 p.m. Raffle drawing
    9:00 p.m. - Midnight Main stage concert-The Hitmen and beer garden open
    Sunday, July 25th
    8:00 a.m. - Noon Removal of exhibits & premiums paid

    Kalama Fair Court 2010


    Kalama Fair Queen History

    1965 - 1994 – Ann Bradford (acting Queen)
    1966 – 1995 – Amber Godfrey
    1967 – Diana Schoonover 1996 – Georgia Rea
    1968 – 1997 – Sara Wilson
    1969 – Deanna Parcel 1998 – Alicia Haseman
    1970 – Lynda Dally 1999 – Jamie Walker
    1971 – Donna Johnson 2000 – Lisa Walker
    1972 – Janiece Coulter 2001 – K’Lynne Goodner
    1973 – Rhonda Gallagher 2002 – Rachel Haseman
    1974 – Tami Moore 2003 – Kaylen Springer
    1975 – Connie Gallagher 2004 – Tyene Downing
    1976 – Bi-Centennial – Princesses were 2005 – Terra Erickson
    Kalama Senior Citizens and 2006 – Jameca Hall
    Kalama High School Girls 2007 – Suzie Arn
    2008 – Nichole Armen
    1976 Bi-Centennial Senior Citizens 2009 – Sabrina Gish
    Elva Guetzloe
    Alda Ruth
    Elizabeth Boatman

    1976 Bi-Centennial Kalama High School Girls
    Jeannie Guetzloe
    Sandy Lehman
    Karen Stewart

    1977 –
    1978 –
    1979 – 2010 Kalama Fair Queen Reception,
    1980 – Cheryl Harding following coronation in the exhibit hall.
    1981 – Kathy Gwynne Free strawberry short cake. A special
    1982 – Julie Kochritz invitation to all former Fair Queens
    1983 – Sherry Naramore and Former Fair Court Members. To
    1984 – Gayle Ward attend our reception. Please sign our
    1985 – Jeanne Dyer guest book. Don Armeni will take
    1986 – Sonja LaRoy photographs.
    1987 –
    1988 – Paige Johnson Any additional Kalama Fair Queen
    1989 – Sheila Buckendahl History call Cleone Kockritz
    1990 – Saren Albrecht 673-4869
    1991 – Michelle Fox
    1992 – Cim Tomlinson
    1993 – Ann Bradford
    1996 – Georgia Rea
    demonstration schedule

    How do I enter a project into the Kalama Fair?

    1. Bring your exhibit hall projects o the fairgrounds (Exit 32), July 21st , noon- 8pm; Or call Shirley Lowman (673-4071) to prearrange a time.

    2. Complete an exhibitor form and tag with the help of our many volunteers. You will receive your tag tab receipt to take home your display.

    A. Exhibits will be color code based on your age:
    7& under Peewees
    8-11 Junior
    12-13 Intermediates
    14-18 Senior Youth
    19-61 Adults
    62 & Older Seniors

    B. Fair princess will place your exhibit into the hall and into the correct exhibit division.

    C. Exhibits are judged late night, July 21st and ribbons will be awarded. The Danish system of judging will be used at all Washington State Fair Assn. fairs. This means your product will be judged on its own merit and your age category NOT against other exhibits.

    D. When the Kalama fair opens, Thursday the 22nd at noon, your exhibit can be seen.

    E. You will be able to pick up your exhibit Sunday July 25th from 8 am to Noon; matching the tag tab receipt with the exhibit. Money earned from your ribbon will be awarded at this time.

    DEPARTMENT A LIVE Exhibits
    High Point Totals from all of Divisions 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 (high point prize will be Engraved Bolo Ties)
    High Point Totals from all of Divisions 9,10,11,12 (high point prize will be a gift certificate from Double D’s Feed and Garden)


    Division 1 – Dairy Cattle – registered and grade animals
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 50 Red 40 White 30

    Division 2 – Dairy – beef cross
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 50 Red 40 White 30

    Division 3 – Beef
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 50 Red 40 White 30


    Division 4 – Goats – Identify breeds, sex and age of exhibit on the entry form
    2009 High Point Winner: Joe Winn
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 50 Red 40 White 30






    Division 5 – Swine
    2009 High Point Winner: Michael Walker
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 50 Red 40 White 30

    2010 Outdoor Exhibit Area
    Department A – Continued





    Division 8 – Sheep
    2009 High Point Winner: Michelle Eckert
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 30 Red 20 White 10


    Division 9 – Poultry – Identify breed and sex
    2009 High Point Winner: Hunter Stout
    Class 1 Type- Includes ducks, geese, guineas, chickens, turkeys, pheasants, pigeons, doves,
    quail, emus and other
    Class 2 Herdsmanship
    Blue 10 Red 7 White 5


    Division 10 – Rabbits – pure & cross breeds
    2009 High Point Winner: James Graves
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 10 Red 7 White 5

    Division 11 – Cavies (Guinea pigs) and other small animals
    2009 High Point Winner: Dougie Stone
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Blue 10 Red 7 White 5

    Division 12 – Cat
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 10 Red 7 White 5

    Division 13 – Dog
    Dog show not available 2010. (“Strut your Mutt” information in front of this book)



    2010 Outdoor Exhibit Area
    Department A – Continued



    High point prizes will be Bolo Ties.
    2009 High Point Winners:
    Sunny Dills, Cami Kockritz, Sarah Blackwell, Lindsey Wilson, Abigail Blackwell & Allyssa Carpenter.

    4-H Exhibitors: Per trailer fee: $10 for both days. Haul in can have a family pass for both days for $5. Immediate family. Pre-Registration Required.

    Division 14 – Horse
    All participants in Division 14 must do fitting and showing at the Kalama Fair.
    Class 1 Fitting and Showing Class 13 Stock Seat Equitation Walk/Trot
    Class 2 Hunt Seat Equitation Walk/Trot Class 14 Western Pleasure Walk/Trot
    Class 3 Saddle Seat Equitation Walk/Trot Class 15 not offered in 2007
    Class 4 Hunt Seat Pleasure Walk/Trot Class 16 Bareback Equitation (Western/English)
    Class 5 Saddle Seat Pleasure Walk/Trot Class 17 Trail (Western/English)
    Class 6 Hunt Seat Equitation Class 18 Pole Bending
    Class 7 Saddle Seat Equitation Class 19 Texas Barrels
    Class 8 Hunt Seat Pleasure Class 20 Flags
    Class 9 Saddle Seat Pleasure Class 21 Figure Eight
    Class 10 Harness Driving Equitation Class 22 Keyhole
    Class 11 Stock Seat Equitation Class 23 Herdsmanship
    Class 12 Western Pleasure Class 24 Open Class Equine
    Blue 50 Red 40 White 30
    Award monies will be paid on fitting and showing, Herdsmanship and the highest ribbon you can earn out of all the other classes. Award monies will be paid after all horse stalls and staff area is clean and empty.

    Division 15 – Lamas / Alpacas
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 30 Red 20 White 10

    Division 16 – Special Exhibits (Miniature Horses/Burros/Ponies/Long Ears)
    Class 1 Type – Identify breed, sex and age of your exhibit on entry form
    Class 2 Fitting and showing
    Class 3 Herdsmanship
    Blue 30 Red 20 White 10

    Division 17 – Other 4-H and Youth Department A Projects
    Class 1 4-H Record books Class 9 Style Revenue
    Class 2 4-H Posters Class 10 Performing Arts
    Class 3 4-H Animal Demonstrations Class 11 Community Fair Activity
    Class 4 4-H Judging
    Class 5 4-H “4-H in Action” Project
    Class 6 4-H “Fair theme” Stall & pen theme decoration
    Class 7 Educational display
    Blue 10 Red 7 White 5
    (Only Kalama club 4-H members are eligible to enter Record Books or Posters.)



    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department B – Still Life Exhibits





    High Point Prize: Hanging Basket
    2009 High Point Winner: Connie Deans
    Division 1 – Garden Fruit & Vegetable
    Class 1 – Vegetable Class 2 - Fruit
    Class 3 - Herbs Class 4 - Nuts
    Class 5 - Other

    Division 2 – Natural Resources and forestry
    Class 1 – Hay & forage Class 3 – Live plants
    Class 2- Seed Class 4 – Garden design
    Class 5 - Educational Poster / Display Class 6 - Recycle Natural Resource Project
    Class 7 – Washington State Watershed Management

    Division 3 – Shop Exhibits/ Ag -Mechanics

    Class 1- Education al Displays
    Class 2- Mechanical Design
    Class 3- Project

    Division 4 – Home & Garden Beautification & Arranging
    Class 1 – Flower Garden Class 6 – Recycled Art Garden Design
    Class 2 – Flower Design (Cut Flowers)
    Class 3 – Dried Flower Arrangement
    Class 4 – 4-H Art & Garden Design
    Class 5 – Live Plants

    Division 5 – Annuals


    Division 6 – Perennials

    Division 7 – Potted Plants
    Class 1 - Hanging Baskets Class 3 - Mini Roses
    Class 2 - African Violets Class 4 - Other Potted Plants
    Class 5 - Combination of Potted Plants


    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department C – Creative Arts



    HIGH POINT PRIZE: Art Kit
    2009 High Point Winner: Bernie Hasart
    Division 1 – Art
    *** Note: Pictures cannot be submitted on racing paper. All pictures should be framed or matted with secure hangers.
    Class 1 – Watercolor Class 6 – Recycled Art
    Class 2 – Pen and ink
    Class 3 – Pencil, Charcoal, pastel chalk
    Class 4 – Oil, acrylic original
    Class 5 – Other

    Division 2 – Pictures
    Class 1 – Crayon
    Class 2 – Kit
    Class 3 – Paint by number
    Class 4 – Original

    Division 3 – Leather craft
    Class 1 – Kit
    Class 2 – Original

    Division 4 – Jewelry making
    Class 1 – Kit
    Class 2 – Original

    Division 5 – Macrame / weaving/ other projects
    Class 1 – Kit
    Class 2 – Original

    Division 6 – Metal craft
    Class 1 – Kit
    Class 2 – Original

    Division 7 – Ceramics
    Class 1 – Porcelain
    Class 2 – Ceramics and stoneware
    Class 3 – Plaster craft and other

    Division 8 - Clay


    Division 9 – Glass craft
    Class 1 – Etching
    Class 2 – Stained Glass
    Class 3 – Other

    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department C – Creative Arts- Continued





    Division 9 – Other Hobby or Craft
    Class 1 – Kit
    Class 2 – Original
    Class 3 – Tole painting
    Class 4 – Flower craft arrangement
    Class 5 – Scrapbook
    Class 6 – Decoupage
    Class 7 – Candles
    Class 8 – Christmas novelties
    Class 9 – Article made from Recycled Material
    Class 10– Creative Writing & Poetry
    Class 11 – Lincoln Logs
    Class 12 – Tinker Toys
    Class 13 – 4-H Scrapbook
    Class 14 – 4-H Record book
    Class 15 – Other

    Division 10 – Interlocking game system (ex. Legos, K’Nex)
    High Point Prize: Lego Kit
    Class 1 – Kit
    Class 2 – Original

    Division 11 – Collections
    *** Collections consist of at least 3 items and collected by exhibitor.
    Class 1 – Stamps & coin
    Class 2 – Insects Mounted & Classified
    Class 3 – Rock Mounted & classified
    Class 4 – Any collection that express Fair theme
    Class 5 – Other

    Division 12 – Fair Theme
    Class 1 – Any article that creatively express Fair theme

    Division 13 – Antiques
    Class 1 – Furniture Class 5 – Toys
    Class 2 – Clothing Class 6 – Jewelry
    Class 3 – Household Items Class 7 – collection (minimum of 3 items)
    Class 4 – Tools Class 8 – Other

    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department C – Creative Arts- Continued




    Division 14 – Woodworking
    Class 1 – Kit
    Class 2 – Original
    Class 3 – Other

    Division 15 – Small Engine, Rocketry, Electrical
    ***Projects should be neat and labeled
    Class 1 – Simple original projects Class 4 - Plan sheet to build Original Rocket
    Class 2 – Complex original projects Class 5 - Original Rocket
    Class 3 – Kits

    Division 16 – Photography/Amateur
    High Point Prize: Photo Kit
    ***Projects must be mounted, framed or matted
    Class 1 – Photo Story Class Class 4 – Photo collage
    Class 2 – 5x7 or 8x10 Picture Class 5 – Other
    Class 3 – Digital Picture

    Division 17 – Photography/Professional
    ***Projects must be mounted, framed or matted
    Class 1 – Photo Story Class 4 – Photo collage
    Class 2 – 5x7 or 8x10 Picture Class 5 – Other
    Class 3 – Digital Picture

    Division 18 – Record books Scrapbooks
    Class 1 – Scrapbook
    Class 2 – 4-H Scrapbook
    Class 3 – 4-H Record book
    Class 4 – Creative Writing & Poetry
    Class 5 – 4-H educational posters



    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department D – Homemaking


    High Point Prize: Food Preservation Supplies
    2009 High Point Winner: Connie Deans



    Division 1 – Food Preservation
    ***Use only standard canning jars, sealed with flat metal lids, screw bands removed. All canned and dried food exhibits must be labeled. Label must be placed as near to the bottom front of the jar as possible. Note if citric acid or lemon juice has been added to canned tomatoes. Do not use paraffin on jams or jellies. Jams must be processed according to USDA recommendations and noted on the label. The Ball Canning Book can be consulted for accurate information and will be used by Kalama Fair judges for judging standards. Jams made with low sugar, no sugar or substitute should be properly labeled.

    Class 1 – Any Jam, Jelly, Preserve, or Fruit Butter (No freezer jam)
    Class 2 – Any Pickle, Pickled Vegetables, or Relish
    Class 3 – Any Vegetables
    Class 4 – Any Fruit
    Class 5 – Tomatoes
    Class 6 – Any combination of Meat and Vegetables
    Class 7 – Any Meat, Fish, or Poultry
    Class 8 – Dried Foods
    Class 9 – Dried Herbs
    Class 10 – Vacuum Seal
    Class 11 – Salsa
    Class 12 – Other

    Blue Ribbon Tips! The judge will look for fruit evenly distributed throughout the jar. Liquid should cover contents. Sealed lid should not be rusty. Jar should be clean. Product should be cut into even pieces and should have uniform ripeness with a liquid that is not cloudy. No overripe products should be canned. Processing time & method should be noted on outside of jar.

    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department D – Homemaking - Continued


    High Point Prize: Red Star Prize Package
    2009 High Point Winner: Mara Walton


    Division 2 – Food Preparation Dept. Division 2
    ***Exhibit will be presented on a clean paper plate and cover with clear plastic wrap. Recipes must be written on 3x5 cards and must be included. If made from packaged mix, list ingredients added and baking time.

    Class 1 – 4 Drop Cookies
    Class 2 – 4 Bar Cookies
    Class 3 – 4 Refrigerator Cookies
    Class 4 – 4 Pressed Cookies
    Class 5 – 4 Molded Cookies
    Class 6 – 4 Rolled and cut cookies
    Class 7 – 4 Unbaked cookies
    Class 8 – 4 Cupcakes
    Class 9 – Candy
    Class 10 – 1/4 Cakes
    Class 11 – Pie (4 inch)
    Class 12 – 4 Biscuits
    Class 13 – 4 Muffins
    Class 14 – 1/4 Loaf Bread
    Class 15 – 1/4 Loaf Yeast Bread
    Class 16 – 4 Rolls
    Class 17 – Doughnuts
    Class 18 – Reduced Sugar Item
    Class 19 - Sugar Substitute Item
    Class 20 - Food Apperance
    Class 21 - Other

    Blue Ribbon Tips! The judge will be looking for a prepared product with evenly browned tops. Texture is extremely important with the right mixture of moisture and chewiness. Taste should be a good blend of ingredients. Breads should be a nice shape loaf. When yeast bread is cut into, no fragrance of yeast should be detected. Air bubbles should be evenly spaces and without large holes or tunnels. The thickening used in a pie should between runny and too thick. The bottom crust should be lightly browned and not doughy. The sweetness is a personal preference.



    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department D – Homemaking - Continued


    Division 3 – Table setting
    ***4-H members will make a table setting using a card table. The theme and menu will be displayed on an 8x10 card. Coordination of food, centerpiece, linen, glassware and silverware will be judged.

    High Point Prize: Sewing Kit
    2009 High Point Winner: Melissa Bauska

    Division 4 – Clothing
    Class 1 – Household Articles
    Class 2 – Accessories
    Class 3 – Blouses, Shirts
    Class 4 – Dresses, Skirts
    Class 5 – Pants, Shorts
    Class 6 – Vest
    Class 7 – Jacket
    Class 8 – Other

    Division 5 – Needlework
    Class 1 – Quilts
    a. Quilts
    b. Quilt with preprinted patter
    c. Antique Quilt (by current owner)
    d. Quilt with professional long arm topstitching
    e. Quilt with round robin or group participation
    Class 2 – Wall Hangings
    Class 3 – Pillows
    Class 4 – Rugs
    Class 5 – Toys and Games
    Class 6 – Afghans
    Class 7 – Crocheted Items
    Class 8 – Hand Knitted Items
    Class 9 – Machine Knitted Items
    Class 10 – Embroidery
    Class 11 – Household Articles
    Class 12 – Counted Cross Stitch
    Class 13 – Other

    Division 6 – Style Revue
    Class 1 – Handmade Garment
    Class 2 – Recycled Garment
    Class 3 – Themed Garment (theme this year is Twilight the movie.)
    Lot A – Best Edward (Winner receives a cutout of Edward)
    Lot B – Best Bella (Winner receives a cutout of Bella
    Lot C - Other Character (Winner(s) receive(s) a Twilight gift)

    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department D – Homemaking – Continued


    Division 6 - Sewing Machine Art
    Class 1 _ Sewing Machine arts Amateur
    Section A: Free Motion
    Section B: Non Free Motion or Programmed Stitches

    Class 2 - Sewing Machine Arts Professional
    Section A: Free Motion
    Section B: Non Free Motion or Programmed Stitches


    2010 Exhibit Hall
    Department E – Club & Commercial Displays





    Division 1 – Club Display
    Division 2 – Commercial Display
    Division 3 – Made in Washington Display
    Division 4 - Small Business Owner
    Division 5 _ Horticultural/Educational Display

    RIBBONS ONLY





      The Kalama Community Fair would like to thank all of the Sponsors, Superintendents, Volunteers, Staff, Board Members, Vendors, Entertainment and Patrons for their help in making this year's 2011 Fair a great success.