Unique Individuals

Superintendents:

Tammie Huenink (402.601.4490, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Jason Huenink (402.805.2587, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


Online Registration: Begins June 1 and ends Thursday, August 3, 2017
Check-In: Monday, August 7, 3:30pm - 7:30pm, Lincoln Room
Judging: Tuesday, August 8, 8am – 1pm, Lincoln Room (Closed to Public)
Show Times Open to Public: Wednesday, August 9 – Saturday, August 12, 10am - 10pm
Entry Fees: None

 

 General Show Rules

 

How To Sign Up:

 

Step One: Read the Rules and Regulations

 


               
Rules and Regulations
               

Rules and Regulations


Premiums:

1st place: $5.00
2nd place: $4.00
3rd place: $3.00
4th place - $2.00 (only in Youth)

"Best in County" and other Special Awards
All entries receive a participation ribbon

PREMIUM PAYOUTS will only be paid during the release times from the Department Superintendent. No payouts will be paid at any other time. If you do not made arrangements to pick-up your premiums during these times, you will forfeit your winnings! Premium payouts must be picked up at the Premium Payout Station during release time.

Release Times: Saturday, August 12th, 9:00pm-10:30pm and Sunday, August 13th, 9:00am-noon.

Show Rules
This division is ideal for participants who experience physical disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and/or visual impairments. There are two Divisions. One division is open to adults ages 19 & up (by January 1, 2017) and one division open to Youth (5-18 as of January 1, 2017). If you need assistance registering please call the Lancaster Event Center at 402-441-6545. All entries must be original - not copied from any published source. Entries previously entered are not eligible. ONLY ONE EXHIBIT MAY BE ENTERED FOR EACH CLASS NUMBER. Due care will be exercised in handling each exhibit, but the Ag Society will not be responsible for articles lost, damaged or stolen. Fragile work and extremely large pieces should not be entered. No articles will be release before specified time. If you are unable to pick up your exhibits are the release time, it is your responsibility to find someone to do so. At Superintendent's and/or judge's discretion, classes with few entries may be combined with others, and classes with an overly large number of entries may be subdivided. Any items remaining after noon on Aug. 13th will be disposed of unless other arrangements are made.

Judging is merit-based. At judge's discretion, not all placings will be awarded if exhibits do not merit placing. Ribbons may be awarded for 1st through 4th place and all others will receive participant ribbons. Premium payouts are minimums and may increase based on sponsorship amounts.


Judging Scale

  • Choice of Subject
  • Composition - use of design elements and principles
  • Workmanship - media choice and its technical skill
  • Originality - not copies, interesting
  • Showmanship - mounting and overall appearance

 

The UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS  Division includes classes in Artistic Arrangements, Foods, Textiles and Fine Arts. See online entries for specific classes and descriptions.


 

Step Two:

View Youth/Adult Class List

 

Step Three:

Enter Classes