Entry Check-in: Monday & Tuesday, August 14 & 15 during office hours 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Entry Pick-up: Monday, August 21, 2023 from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. (unless items will be entered in the Mountain State Fair & picked up by the Pony Express)* Location: Swain County Cooperative Extension Center, 60 Almond School Road (any entry received after these dates will not be judged)
Class 6 – Baked Goods In addition to entry, wrap a cookie, piece of cake, a biscuit, etc. separately for the judges to sample.
6000 – mixes (1/4 of a cake)
6001 – non mixes (1/4 of a cake)
6002 – Cupcakes (5)
6003 – Cookies (5)
6004 – Brownies (5)
6005 – Cornmeal muffins (5)
6006 – Other muffins (5)
6007 – Biscuits (5)
6008 – Other Baked Goods
6009 – Decorated Baked Goods
Class 7 – Preserved Foods* Must be standard half-pint, pint or quart jar. Label bottom with name, age and address. Canned goods must have a label on the jar that states the processing method (pressure canner/boiling water bath canner) and the processing time.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Kristi Griggs, Extension Agent 4-H Youth Development email@example.com (828) 488-3848
*NOTE – Mountain State Fair Entry & the Pony Express To also, enter your items in the 2022 Mountain State Fair, first go to the Mountain State Fair website to find registration information. If you choose to utilize the Pony Express for transport, your items will be picked up from the Extension Office on or before August 22. The Pony Express will transport your entries to the Mountain State Fair for judging and display. Items will then be returned to the Extension Office after the fair by September 23. For more information go to the Pony Express Run website. This is a free service provided to you by the North Carolina Mountain State Fair & N.C. Cooperative Extension Services.