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    PAGE 30 - 2017 WALLOWA COUNTY FAIR PREMIUM SUPPLEMENT
Stage 2, Lift-off (Stage 1 is for Grades 1-3)
851 100 010 Rocketry
Description: An exhibit of two parts: (1) a rocket made by the
member from the Aerospace Adventures Stage 2 project kit,
and (2) a Rocketry Engineering Journal. Rockets displayed
in this class may only be made from the Estes Gnome ™,
Wizard ™, or Mosquito ™ rocket kits. Rockets included in a
static display MUST be shown without engines or igniters. All
the parts of the rocket and their function should be identified.
Rocket components which must be included and labeled are
body tube, nose cone, engine hook, fins, recovery system
(streamer or tumble method), launch lug, engine mount, and
shock cord. On the display,
list any items required to launch the rocket and their function
such as the launch system, igniters and recovery wadding.
List the appropriate engine size(s) for your rocket and your
level of experience. The exhibit will be judged on neatness of
labels and workmanship.
A Rocketry Engineering Journal is required. Include the date
of each meeting, names of the persons present and a record
of what was done. Include photos or illustrations. The infor-
mation will be used to fill out the Aerospace-Rocketry Project
Description sheet for the fair. It is important that the member
downloads the Aerospace-Rocketry Project Description
sheet from 4-H Project Description sheets posted at
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858 to know what is
required in the Build Report and the Launch and Flight
Reports in the Journal.
See additional exhibit requirements, above, for Aerospace
classes. Evaluation: Use Aerospace- Rocketry Evaluation
available at: http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858
851 100 020 Educational Poster- Aerospace
An educational poster on any aerospace or aeronautics topic
youth learned about in Aerospace Adventures, stage 2,
except rockets. Display should demonstrate knowl-
edge gained in one of these topics: space, kites, hot air
balloons, weather or aerospace careers.
In some cases, the exhibit may be a poster or a three-dimen-
sional display. Individual exhibits are limited in size to 30”
wide, 24” deep (front to back), and 36” high. Club exhibits are
limited in size to 60” wide, 24” deep and 36” high. Posters
must not exceed 22”x 28”. Judging criteria are outlined on
the 4-H Education Display Check Sheet (40-463) available
from the county Extension Office or the state 4-H website at
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/contest-materials-science-
engineering-technology/node/1858
Stage 3, Reaching New Heights
851 101 010 Rocketry
Description: An exhibit of a rocket made by the member from
the Aerospace Adventures Stage 3 project kits and a
Rocketry Engineering Journal. In Stage 3 the Rocketry
Engineering Journal must include a rocket launch and flight
report. Rockets displayed in this class may only be made
from the Estes Monarch ™, Alpha™, or Alpha III™ rocket
kits. Rockets included in a static display MUST be shown
without engines or igniters. All the parts of the rocket and
their function should be identified. Rocket components which
must be included and labeled are body tube, nose cone,
engine hook, fins, recovery system (parachute), launch lug,
engine mount, and shock cord. On the display, list any items
required to launch the rocket and their function such as the
launch system, igniters and recovery wadding. List the
appropriate engine size(s) for your rocket and your level of
experience. The exhibit will be judged on neatness of labels
and workmanship.
A Rocketry Engineering Journal is required. Include the date
of each meeting, names of the persons present and a record
of what was done. Include photos or illustrations. The infor-
mation will be used to fill out the Aerospace-Rocketry Project
Description sheet for the fair. It is important that the member
downloads the Aerospace-Rocketry Project Description
sheet from 4-H Project Description sheets posted at
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858 to know what is
required in the Build Report and the Launch and Flight
Reports in the Journal.
See additional exhibit requirements, above, for Aerospace
classes. Evaluation: Use Aerospace- Rocketry Evaluation
available at: http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858
851 101 020 Educational poster- Aerospace
An educational poster on any aerospace or aeronautics topic
youth learned about in Aerospace Adventures, stage 3,
except rockets. Display should demonstrate knowl-
edge gained in one of these topics: rocket stabilization
methods, airplanes, helicopters, gliders, pilot training,
kites, or aerospace careers.
In some cases, the exhibit may be a poster or a three-dimen-
sional display. Individual exhibits are limited in size to 30”
wide, 24” deep (front to back), and 36” high. Club exhibits are
limited in size to 60” wide, 24” deep and 36” high. Posters
must not exceed 22”x 28”. Judging criteria are outlined on
the 4-H Education Display Check Sheet (40-463) available
from the county Extension Office or the state 4-H website at
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/contest-materials-science-
engineering-technology/node/1858
Stage 4, Pilot in Command
851 102 010 Rocketry
Description: An exhibit of a rocket made by the member from
the Aerospace Adventures Stage 4 project kits and a
Rocketry Engineering Journal. In Stage 4 the Rocketry
Engineering Journal must include a rocket launch and flight
report. Rockets displayed in this class may be made from the
Estes Viking™ rocket kit, or other skill level 1 rocket kit
where the member designs, constructs and tests the fin con-
figuration. Rockets included in a static display MUST be
shown without engines or igniters. All the parts of the rocket
and their function should be identified. Rocket components
which must be included and labeled are body tube, nose
cone, engine hook, fins, recovery system (parachute),
launch lug, engine mount, and shock cord. On the display,
list any items required to launch the rocket and their function
such as the launch system, igniters and recovery wadding.
List the appropriate engine size(s) for your rocket and your
level of experience. The exhibit will be judged on neatness of
labels and workmanship.
A Rocketry Engineering Journal is required. Include the date
of each meeting, names of the persons present and a record
of what was done. Include photos or illustrations. The infor-
mation will be used to fill out the Aerospace-Rocketry Project
Description sheet for the fair. It is important that the member
downloads the Aerospace-Rocketry Project Description
sheet from 4-H Project Description sheets posted at
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858 to know what is
required in the Build Report and the Launch and Flight
Reports in the Journal.
See additional exhibit requirements, above, for Aerospace
classes. Evaluation: Use Aerospace- Rocketry Evaluation
available at: http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858
851 102 020 Education poster- Aerospace
An educational poster on any aerospace or aeronautics
topic youth learned about in Aerospace Adventures, stage
4, except rockets. Display should demonstrate knowledge
gained in one of these topics: construction and use of alti-
tude tracker, pilot training requirements, aerospace science
and technology, astronaut training, box kites, helicopters, or
aerospace careers. In some cases, the exhibit may be a
poster or a three-dimensional display. Individual exhibits
are limited in size to 30” wide, 24” deep (front to back), and
36” high. Club exhibits are limited in size to 60” wide, 24”
deep and 36” high. Posters must not exceed 22”x 28”.
Judging criteria are outlined on the 4-H Education Display
Check Sheet (40-463) available from the county Extension
Office or the state 4-H website at http://oregon.4h.oregon-
state.edu/node/1858
GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE
Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the member’s name,
county and class number. If more than one article is con-
tained in the exhibit each article must be labeled with the
member’s name, county and class number. This may be
done with asking tape, attaching an index card, or writing
directly on the back with a marker. All the articles that com-
prise the exhibit must be attached to each other.
Each exhibit must include the current year’s edition of the
appropriate Project Description for the exhibit form filled out
neatly and securely attached to the exhibit. 4-H Project
Description sheets are posted at http://oregon.4h.oregon-
state.edu/node/1858 Be sure to use the newest version of
the Project Descriptions for each technology exhibit.
Exhibitors should answer the description page carefully and
in full sentences. This is the exhibitor’s opportunity to tell the
judge about their project. Judging Evaluations can be found
at: http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858. These pro-
vide valuable information to youth on creating their project
displays.
In some cases, the exhibit may be a poster or a three-dimen-
sional display. Individual exhibits are limited in size to 30”
wide, 24” deep (front to back), and 36” high. Club
exhibits are limited in size to 60” wide, 24” deep and 36”
high. Posters must not exceed 22”x 28”.
860 100 0_ _ GPS/GIS Exploring Spaces, Going Places
860 100 1_ _ GPS/GIS, Projects
860 101 5_ _ GPS/GIS, Map
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858
860 101 1_ _ GPS/GIS, Map
Description: Exhibit will be one map. A map is a single prod-
uct of data gathering, manipulation and presentation skills.
Maps may be either be informational or directional. Maps
can be computer generated or hand drawn. Multiple maps
should be entered as a Geospatial Science Project exhibit.
See additional exhibit requirements, above, for Geospatial
classes. Evaluation: Use Map Evaluation available at:
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/contest-materials-science-
engineeringtechnology
COMPUTER
Each exhibit piece must be labeled with the member’s name,
county and class number. If more than one article is con-
tained in the exhibit each article must be labeled with the
member’s name, county and class number. This may be
done with masking tape, attaching an index card, or writing
directly on the back with a marker. All the articles that com-
prise the exhibit must be attached to each other.
Each exhibit must include the current year’s edition of the
appropriate Project Description for the exhibit form filled out
neatly and securely attached to the exhibit. 4-H Project
Description sheets are posted at http://oregon.4h.oregon-
state.edu/node/1858 Be sure to use the newest version of
the Project Descriptions for each technology exhibit.
Exhibitors should answer the description page carefully and
in full sentences. This is the exhibitor’s opportunity to tell the
judge about their project. Judging Evaluations can be found
at: http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858 . These pro-
vide valuable information to youth on creating their project
displays.
Note: Fill in blank in class number (__) with one of the
following numbers.
11 Junior, First year in this project area
21 Other Junior
12 Intermediate, First year in this project area
22 Other Intermediate
13 Senior, First year in this project area
23 Other Senior
34 Club Exhibit
In some cases, the exhibit may be a poster or a three-dimen-
sional display. Individual exhibits are limited in size to 30”
wide, 24” deep (front to back), and 36” high. Club
exhibits are limited in size to 60” wide, 24” deep and 36”
high. Posters must not exceed 22”x 28”.
860 100 0_ _ GPS/GIS Exploring Spaces, Going Places
Open ONLY to Juniors, Intermediates or Seniors who are in
their first year in this project area. Description: Using the
Level 1 “Take Me on a Tour” activity, create a map showing
four to six tour sites, geo-tools used to create the map, posi-
tional data for the sites, and information about the selected
site.
A print version of the program must be submitted unless oth-
erwise noted in the class description below. Youth are
responsible for submitting clear directions on how judges
can access the files, read code and start programs. You may
include a disk, CD or thumb/travel drive as part of your exhib-
it. If you do, all files must be compatible with use on a PC.
See additional exhibit requirements, above, for Geospatial
classes. Evaluation: Use GPS/GIS Mapping Projects
Evaluation available at:
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/node/1858
860 100 1_ _, Geospatial Science Project
Description: GPS or GIS Projects. Exhibit may be an exhibit,
binder or presentation on a disk, CD or thumb/travel drive.
Computer presentations should follow requirements for sim-
ilar exhibits found in the Computer Project exhibit classes.
Examples of displays include creating a Community Atlas,
geography project, or project reports presented to a commu-
nity meeting. A project entry should contain two or more
maps. Maps may be either be informational or directional.
Maps that are not created by the member(s) may be included
but the source of the map must be clearly shown. The exhibit
should describe how the member’s project addresses an
issue or solves a problem.
See additional exhibit requirements, above, for Geospatial
classes. Evaluation: Use GPS/GIS Mapping Projects
Evaluation available at:
These classes are open to all 4-H members without being
enrolled in the 4-H computer project. See additional exhibit
requirements, above, for Technology classes.
Value is placed on youth that can model the learning
process, or show how their skills have increased while com-
pleting the project.
The youth exhibitor should identify a problem to solve
or create a work application involving technology.
Possible ideas might include: applying existing software
programs to a 4-H project area, composing music,
developing a game, drawing landscape scenes, design-
ing buildings, publishing club newsletters, creating a
website, editing a video, working with photographs, etc.
Online projects using Google applications or other Web 2.0
software are acceptable. Youth must make sure clear direc-
tions are given in the project explanation so the judges can
find and access the project online. Website exhibits must be
viewable online or on a disk, CD or thumb/travel drive.
Exhibits entered in the “Programming” class must be a pro-
gram written, translated, or substantially (at least 30%)
altered by the 4-H member. In the programming projects
please submit a hard copy or thumb/travel drive for programs
with excessive pages such as GameMaker software and