Each participant is given a bucket of junk and all pieces must be used to create a sculpture, but no extra pieces may be added to the sculpture
All items of junk may be cleaned, sanded, welded, cut, bolted, fastened, bent, shaped, or finished in any manner the sculptor desires; parents may help in the welding.
All sculptures will be auctioned off on the evening of Friday, July 13 after the 4-H pie making contest on stage at the grandstand. Non-4-H families and 4-H families are invited to bid on the sculptures.
Proceeds will go to support the County Youth Council and camperships for 4-H members.