2022 Haywood County Fair – Youth Poster Contest Information

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Information photo about the Haywood County Fair Poster Contest

Contest Information

Learn about agriculture in North Carolina by having your class participate in the Haywood County Fair Youth Poster Contest! Each classroom participating will have students create a poster celebrating and promoting a North Carolina agriculture commodity.

The top three posters from each classroom will be displayed during the Haywood County Fair. Grade-level winners from the fair (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and honorable mention) will have their posters featured in the 2023 Haywood County Agriculture Awareness Calendar (sales will benefit future agriculture awareness programs for Haywood County youth).

  • 3rd-grade theme: North Carolina Christmas Trees
  • 4th-grade theme: North Carolina Sweetpotatoes
  • 5th-grade theme: North Carolina Strawberries

Ag Mags for each commodity will be available digitally at no cost, on loan from the Extension Office, or can be purchased from the N.C. Farm Bureau website ($5 for a 25-count classroom pack). Contact srdixon@ncsu.edu or 456-3575 for more details about loaning out Ag Mags.

Rules

  • All posters must fit on a white piece of printer paper (8.5×11 max size) and be the original work of the student
  • Student Name, Grade Level, Teacher, and School must be on the back
  • Only the classroom-winning entries need to be turned in for display at the Haywood County Fair! Other entries can be returned to the student or displayed at school
  • You are welcome to email us photos of students working on their posters or even your entire class with their posters — they might wind up in our Haywood County Fair display!
  • ENTRIES ARE DUE NO LATER THAN 5:00 p.m. ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH to the Haywood County Extension Office (589 Raccoon Road, Waynesville)
  • Haywood County Fair Youth Poster Contest Entry Form

Questions? Contact:

Sally Dixon, Haywood County Extension Director, srdixon@ncsu.edu; 456-3575

Courtney Smith, Pisgah FFA Advisor, cwade@haywood.k12.nc.us; 646-3440

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Sally Dixon, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSally DixonCounty Extension Director Call Sally Email Sally N.C. Cooperative Extension, Haywood County Center
Posted on Sep 6, 2022
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