Clermont County Fair

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GIRL SCOUT EXHIBITORS BOOTH

All registered Clermont county Girl Scouts are invited to participate in the Clermont County Fair and parade.

Girl Scouts are invited to display projects which were completed during this last year as part of a badge achievement or demonstrates a learning experience within any Girl Scout interest categories.

Girls are encouraged to enter projects that are creative, their best work and that supports the Junior Fair/Girl Scout booth theme of 'A Great Fair Because of the People That Care'.  This will enhance the booth's appearance.

Each scout may exhibit up to three projects. One of these entries may include a troop entry.

Girl Scouts must bring their projects to the 4-H Building at the Clermont County Fairgrounds in Owensville on THURSDAY, JULY 20, between 6 and 8 p.m. PROJECT ENTRY PROCEDURES MUST BE FOLLOWED TO QUALIFY THE ENTRY.

Projects must be picked up from the booth on Sunday, July 30, between 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Awards will be distributed only during this time unless other arrangements have been made. Entries will be divided by Girl Scout age level and category of interest. Only projects properly entered will be judged. Judging is based on neatness, amount of work or time involved, age appropriateness and the use of the theme.

PROJECT ENTRY PROCEDURE

Entry requires a 3X5 registration card for each project with the entrant's name, address, phone number, troop number, service unit name and number, Girl Scout age level as of October, 2016, Girl Scout interest category and badge name, and also the name of the person who will be picking up the item on Sunday.

Entry must have another 3X5 card attached to the project with a brief hand-written description of what was involved in completing the project. Do not put your name on this card. These two cards must be written by the Girl Scout showing the Girl Scout's work for the entry to qualify. We are not responsible for items lost or damaged during fair week.

A one-week fair entry pass will be offered to registered Girl Scouts who have an exhibit in the Girl Scout booth and who register their project properly. This pass must be picked up at the project-entry site. Girls Scouts will be required to show their Girl Scout proof of registration at this time.

Scouts will need to sign their name, in person, to acknowledge receipt of the pass. This offer is available to scout leaders at a cost of $6.00 with the same pickup procedures.

PARADE

All Clermont County Girl Scout troops are invited to participate in the Clermont County Parade on Sunday, July 23. Lineup is at 12:00 noon. For more information and to register, please contact the Owensville Fire Department at 513-732-1136.

SCOUT LEADERS

If you have questions, please contact Cathy Voegele at 513-625-9631 or email her at [email protected] Thank you.