CEOS (Community Educational Outreach Service) exhibits are projects that have been completed by a CEOS member.  This is her opportunity to share  her  talent and skill with the Club, the community, and the WVIF&E.  One entry per class per person.  Classes may be combined for lack of competition within any designated class.  New classes may be opened as needed.
ENTRIES ACCEPTED:  SUNDAY, July 14, from 2-6 p.m.
Entries may be picked up Sunday, July 21, from noon-2 pm
 1st place- $3.00            2nd place- $2.00            3rd place- $1.00
Section A:  Visual Arts
Class 1. Painting—Oil and acrylic
Class 2. Drawings—pen/ink, charcoal, etc
Class 3. Watercolor’
Class 4. Decorative Painting—on objects other than canvas
Class 5. Collage
Class 6.  At Home Artistry-pictures of an area in and around your home, such as table or mantelscapes, porch or yard decorating.  Anything you’ve decorated that is too big to bring to the fair. Anybody other than a professional may take the picture.
Class 7. Other
Section B:  Photography
Class 8. People
Class 9.  Animals—Wildlife/Zoo
Class 10. Animals—Pets and Domestic
Class 11. Landscape/Seascape/Sky
Class 12.  Still Life
Class 13. Humor—in the subject photographed.  No photos of just words alone please.
Class 14. Patterns—Natural or manmade
Class 15. Shadows
Class 16. Computer Enhanced
Class 17. Personal Pride—no professional pictures please
Class 18. Plants—trees, flowers
Class 19. Plants—other
Class 20. Sequence—Limit 4 photos on a background 12 inches max on any side
Class 21. Montage—related photos.  Limit 4 , background 12 inches max on any side
Class 22. New pix of old things—No people.  Photos less than 10 years old.  Subject greater than 40 years old.
Class 23. Other photos
 Section C:  Small blankets—quilts, afghans, lap covers, children’s blankets.  Less than 48 inches on a side.
Class 24. Crocheted or knitted
Class 25. Quilted—any kind of piecing or quilting
Class 26. Other
Section D:  Yarn Arts and Weaving; no baskets
Class 27. Crocheted doilies, tablecloths, table runners, etc; flat work
Class 28. Crocheted other
Class 29.  Knitted scarves, hats, gloves
Class 30. Knitted other clothing
Class 31. Knitted non-clothing
Class 32. Weaving—various fibers
Section E:  Embroidery
Class 33. Cross Stitch—counted or stamped
Class 34. Needlepoint and plastic canvas
Class 35. Basic Embroidery—Handwork only; variety of stitches
Class 36.  Machine work
Section F:  Baskets:  all varieties, sizes
Class 37. Large woven
Class 38. Small woven
Class 39. Non-woven
Class 40. Decorative---with embellishments beyond basic basket
Section G: Ceramics; figurines, vases, etc.  Must be empty for judging
Class 41. Christmas
Class 42. Holiday other than Christmas
Class 43. Non-holiday
Class 44. Pottery work done by exhibitor
Section H: Quilting; NON-baby, crib or lap size; Judged by method of piecing and/or style of decorations placed on top of fabric.
Decorative patterns methods
Class 45. Applique
Class 46. Pieced:  patchwork squares, crazy, any pieced pattern; finished
Class 47.  Pieced:  unfinished
Class 48. Embroidered design
Quilting (only the quilting itself to be judged)
Class 49. Hand quilted pattern
Class 50. Knotted
Class 51. Machine quilted:  quilting must be done by exhibitor
Other quilted items:
Class 52. Wall hangings—hanging method must be provided/attached.  NOT intended as bedding.
Class 53.Pillow covers—hand quilted
Class 54. Pillow covers—machine quilted by exhibitor
Section I; Wreaths—all varieties
Class 55. Traditional wreath material, shape
Class 56.  Non-traditional material and/or shape
Section J: Creative writing 
Class 57. Poetry- no word limit, any poetic pattern
Class 58. Short Story—no word limit for WVIF&E  (Note: CEOS contest has a 500 word limit)
Class 59.  Other—news articles, letters to editor, etc.
Section K: Flowers
Class 60.  Dried materials---home grown, wild, or purchased
Class 61. Fresh—home grown or wild only
Class 62. Artificial materials
Class 63. Plaques and other items created from plant or flower parts; includes seeds, nuts, etc.
Section L:  Holiday Crafts (non-ceramic)
Class 64.  Christmas ornaments
Class 65. Wall hangings—Christmas and other holidays/celebrations; must have hanging method attached or provided;
Class 66. Christmas—non-ornaments
Class 67. Easter
Class 68. Halloween
Class 69. Patriotic
Class 70.  Any other holiday/celebration/seasonal/special time
Section M:  Pillows and Soft Sculptures
Class 71. Pillowtops—non-quilted, non-crocheted
Class 72. Decorative/fun, non-toys
Section N:  Heritage Skills
Class 73. Tole Painting—On tin or other metals only (Re-introduction of previously in fair.)
Class 74. Stenciling—on any material
Class 75.  Split bottoms and caned stools, chairs, etc.
Class 76. Other
Section O:  Gardening
Class 77.  Produce—Home garden display;  3 varieties minimum, maximum 10 items overall.  Exception: berries in small jar or small bunch of grapes/beans (still connected) may count as 1 item;  MUST be in sturdy container which will NOT be judged. 
Class 78.  Houseplants—Must have waterproof container (not judged) and must be owned at least 90 days before exhibiting.
Section P:  Foods (any may be tasted by judges); Classes 75-89 are home -canned foods
Class 79.Baked goods—no cream filled items
Class 80. Fruits
Class 81. Beans
Class 82. Tomatoes—whole or cut up
Class 83. Tomato juice
Class 84. Fruit juice
Class 85. Jellies, James, and “butters”
Class 86. Pickles
Class 87.  Relishes and Salsas
Class 88. Sauces
Class 89. Other
Section Q:  Sewing
Class 90. Hand-sewn clothing
Class 91. Hand sewn non-clothing
Class 92. Machine sewn clothing
Class 93. Machine sewn non-clothing
Section R:  Recycling---Materials used must have had a “before” life, not just leftover new pieces of materials used
Class 94. Fabric
Class 95. Glass
Class 96. Plastic
Class 97. Metal
Class 98. Paper
Class 99. Wood
Class 100. More than one recycled material in one new item
Class 101. Other
Section S:  Miscellaneous
Class 102. Woodworking—Exhibits must be cut and finished by exhibitor
Class 103. Wall Hangings—Non-holiday; must have hanging method attached or provided
Class 104. Toys
Class 105. Jewelry
Class 106. Decorated clothing/shoes
Class 107. Scrapbook layout—MAX 2 pages
Class 108. Card making—Up to 4 cards, must be mounted on card stock or similar material not greater than 12 inches on any side.
Class 109. Useful items---Intended for use AS IS, not for decorative purpose
Class 110. Original Design—NO kits; adaptations OK, but exact copies are not.
Class 111. Leftovers---A near duplicate of some ONE other item an exhibitor may have displayed elsewhere in CEOS area.
Class 112. It ain’t pretty but it does its job
Class 113. Doesn’t fit anywhere else
 Class 114.  Genealogy NEW CATEGORY:  No entry fee; No premium. Not judged.  Bring all or part of your family tree/ancestry record.  Books, charts, etc.  May not occupy more than 2 feet of a table area.  Wall displays size currently unlimited, unless lots of exhibits show up.
Section T: Furniture
Used Furniture
Class 115. Reupholstered
Class 116. Re-painted or re-finished
New Furniture
Class 117. Upholstered
Class 118.  Painted or finished
Section U:  Club Exhibits and/or History books—May not occupy more than 36 inches table space, side to side; No entry fee.  No premium
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