SJC Youth Auction

Director: Ernest Bailes

Assistant Director: Doug Lilley

Committee: Susan Bailes, Tiffany Goodman, Tracy McAnally, Kari Rhodes, and Monica Shrader

2021 Youth Auction

Saturday, September 25 11 am

Whether you are purchasing an animal, a project from the educational barn, or adding on to one or several exhibitor projects, your commitment to helping the youth of San Jacinto County does not go unnoticed.  Purchasing or adding on to an exhibitor's project invests in that child's future and gives them the means to continue to pursue their passion.  Thank you for supporting our youth.

Youth Auction Rules

  1. Sale will begin at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, September 25, 2021. Registration begins at 10:00 a.m.

    • ***Pre-registration is encouraged

    • *** PLEASE LET THE VOLUNTEERS AT THE REGISTRATION TABLE KNOW YOU ARE PRE-REGISTERED so you do not register twice. 

  2. Each exhibitor can sell only one (1) project. Exception: ALL Grand Champion and Reserve Champion projects may be sold.

  3. Each exhibitor must have and display a sale number for their sale project. Sale numbers can be picked up at the table on sale day (Saturday) between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

  4. Each project sold will be assessed a 10% sales commission fee and an additional fee for buyer pictures.

  5. The Fair Association will handle the disbursement of buyer pictures and thank you notes. Check with your 4H leader and/or FFA advisor for instructions regarding thank you notes and deadlines.

  6. If an exhibitor wishes to have pictures taken for themselves, the payment and disbursement of those pictures will be between the exhibitor and photographer.

  7. Exhibitor’s payment checks will begin to be disbursed the first of November contingent on the following conditions: • Buyer accounts have been settled. • Projects are marked complete. This includes barn cleanup (Sunday after sale day) and completed thank you notes. Instructions will be distributed and thank you notes collected by 4H leaders & FFA advisors.

  8. Each project donated to the scholarship fund will be resold at market price to benefit the SJC Fair Scholarship Fund.

  9. Exhibitors are prohibited from asking buyers for their animal back. If the buyer donates the animal to the scholarship fund, the exhibitor will have first choice to buy the animal at market value.

100 Club

The 100 Club is a great way to invest in the youth of our community. Just a few of the many considerations that lead so many people to invest in the 100 Club:

  • A chance to give back to the SJC Fair that supported their projects when they were exhibitors.

  • An “In Memory Of” tribute to honor someone who was involved in or volunteered at the SJC Fair.

  • A way to support an exhibitor, or many exhibitors, without buying or in addition to buying a project.

  • As a business, it is a great investment in the community (SJC Fair is a 401C3/Tax Deductible)

  • As a parent, grandparent, relative, friend, etc… they support the efforts of the SJC Fair.

  • and, so many other great reasons. What’s Your Reason?

 

Through your generous support of the SJC 100 Club, no child falls through the cracks.  A fair floor price is set for animal sale projects and the Sales Committee sees that each child meets that minimum.

Add-ons

Want to support exhibitors without purchasing a project?  Consider adding on to a project. Add-ons can be made in any amount.  Add-ons will be accepted before, during, and up to 7 days AFTER the sale by emailing sjcyouthauction@gmail.com or filling out the add-on form and turning in during the sale or mailing to the address below. ***You may also use the sale order sheet to indicate your add-ons and turn in to the sale table at sale.***

Please mail form and payment to:

SJC Youth Auction

1020 Bailes Dairy Road

Shepherd, TX 77371