DEPARTMENT 280 -
WOOL & WOOLIES REVUE
CO-DIRECTORS: ED BOWMAN & STEVE SUTTON
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 7:00 P.M. SHOW PAVILION
Mail entry forms to
P.O. Box 8218
Gray, TN 37615
Must be received by August 5th.
The Objectives of this activity are to:
1. Present a class of sheep in the most
attractive manner. Contestant may lead either a
wether, a market lamb, or a registered ewe.
2. Give spectators an opportunity to view young
people modeling wool garments while leading the
3. The following standards will be used when
judging the classes:
A. Entrant's garment (suitable & practical for
contestant's maturity, etc.)
B. Poise & appearance (Accessories, make-up, etc.
appropriate for entrant's
maturity,and to style of garment.
Entrant appears to be at ease and
wears garment to best
C. Control and presentation of sheep
4. Entries may be obtained from the Fair Office
and should be returned to Appalachian Fair.
Entry will contain brief biography of entrant
and garment description. Entry forms must be
returned by August 5th.
5. Contestants should report to the Show
Pavilion for rehearsal at 6:00 p.m. Friday
evening, August 23rd.
LOT 1 - Primary contestants (7 years of age and
LOT 2 - Junior contestants (8 through 11 years
LOT 3 - Intermediate contestants (12 through 15
years of age)
LOT 4 - Senior contestants (16 through 20 years
LOT 5 - Adult contestants (21 years of age and
AWARDS FOR ALL LOTS
1st - $40 2nd - $35
3rd - $25 4th-10th - $10
11th & above - $5
A special premium award of $15 is being offered
by the American Southdown Breeders Association
to any boy or girl winning first place and
leading a South down ewe in competition. Mr.
Gary Jennings, Secretary, American Southdown
Breeders Association, HCR 13, Box 220, Fredonia,
2012 WOOL & WOOLIES WINNERS
- Patricia Horne
Junior Division - Madison
Intermediate Division - Josie Roark
Senior Division - Madalynn Orr
SPECIAL THANKS TO
THE POSY SHOP, DEBBIE MESSER, OWNER
FOR SPONSORING THE LOVELY FLOWERS.