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Spring 2012 - Buckeye District

Spring 2012 - Buckeye District

Class 20: The Taft

Class 20: The Taft Museum Novice Eligible for ARS Gold, Silver and Bronze Certifi cates Eligible for Novice Award and Local Trophy For exhibitors who have never won an arrangement fi rst place ribbon or trophy in an ARS show. Any type of standard size design many be entered. Type of design must be written on the entry tag. Accessories are permitted, but must be subtle and not an over-stated part of the overall design. The color ‘red’ must be used in the arrangement. The Taft Museum is located in downtown Cincinnati. The Taft is an historic home site of a wealthy local family, some of whom have been involved in Ohio and National politics. Class 21: The Jazz Festival Judges Eligible for Judges’ Certifi cate and Local Trophy For judges who are judging this show. A miniature arrangement, not to exceed 10'' in height, width or depth. Arranger’s choice of style; type of design must be listed on entry tag. SECTION I: Classes 22, 23 DRIED ARRANGEMENTS AND CRAFTS DRIED ARRANGEMENTS Class 22 (Standard): Eligible for ARS Keepsake Certifi cate and Trophy Class 22 (Miniature): Eligible for ARS Miniature Keepsake Certifi cate and Trophy Class 22: The Greek Festival A standard or miniature size design (traditional or modern style) with type listed on entry tag). The large design must use only standard size dried roses, and may incorporate other dried and/or treated dried plant materials. Roses must be dominant. If a miniature design is entered, it must not exceed 10'' in height, width or depth, and must use only miniature and/or minifl ora roses. Names of roses must be identifi ed on entry tag or on a separate 3'' x 5'' card. An exhibitor may enter one or both the standard size and miniature size design. 46

DRIED CRAFTS Class 23 (Standard): Eligible for ARS Rosecraft Certifi cate and Trophy Class 23 (Miniature): Eligible for ARS Miniature Rosecraft Certifi cate and Trophy Class 23: Horse Racing at River Downs A rose craft (picture, wreath, collage, wall or door hanging, plaque, or other similar craft) using all dried roses with other dried and/or treated dried plant materials. The miniature craft is not to exceed 10'' in height, width or depth. Names of roses to be identifi ed on entry tag or on a 3'' x 5'' card. Necessary mechanics (such as table tripod, frame or other apparatus) are to be furnished by exhibitor. An exhibitor may enter one or both the standard size (using large roses) and miniature size (using miniature or minifl ora roses). 47

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