CONTACT: Ralph Moyer | Phone: 570-922-4869
- In selecting fruit for exhibition, choose specimens that would bring the highest market price. Do not select the largest. Select medium size. In plate displays, select five specimens as nearly alike as possible.
- The following criteria is to be used as a basis for judging of exhibits: exterior quality — size, uniformity of color, uniformity of shape, shell texture, condition. Interior quality — one specimen will be cut.
- Premiums will be awarded only when the exhibit complies with the standard, is meritorious, and properly named.
- All entries must be raised and owned by exhibitor.
- Only one entry per family may be entered in each class.
PREMIUMS: $3, $2, $1
Section 1 – Fruits and Berries
Apples, Plate of 5, Any Variety
Peaches, Plate of 5, Any Variety
Pears, Plate of 5, Any Variety
Plums, Plate of 5, Any Variety
Fruit Display - Plate or Basket of Assorted Fruits
Any Berries in Season, Single Plate (1 pint)
Berries in Season, Fruit Bearing Canes in a Vase.
Section 2 – Edible Nuts
All nuts must have been grown in the fair’s surrounding community within the past year. Ten specimens of each variety entered, outside husks or burrs removed. NUTS WILL BE CRACKED.
American Black Walnuts
Butternuts, Any Variety
Shellbark, Shagbark or Hickories
Other Edible Nuts
Plate of Assorted Edible Nuts (2 Each of 5 Kinds)
Any Above Listed Nuts - 1 pint Kernels
Section 3 – Monstrosities
Any Fruit or Nut Grown in Grotesque Shapes or Unusually Large Proportions