Do you have/know a cute baby between the ages of six weeks and 24 months? In Corvallis on Wednesday, August 1, 2012? Then check out the twelfth annual Baby Celebration at the Benton County Fair & Rodeo! I've donated free 8x10" prints for the various category winners (see prize categories below). So make sure those cute babies make it to the fair by 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 1, to participate in the contest for free prints and other prizes!
The contest entry table will be located under the tent on the Main Stage lawn. No entry fee, you just need to pay Fair admission to get in. BONUS: Since Wednesday is also Kid's Day at the Fair, all kids under 12 get in free to the fair all day! (See here for fair admission fees.)
The contest is divided into three age divisions--each judged separately with winners in the following categories receiving prizes. NOTE: You are not required to be a citizen of Benton County to enter and win--any baby within the age group requirement is eligible! Babies will compete in up to three of the following categories:
Best Decorated Diaper
Best Decorated Stroller
Looks Most Like Daddy
Looks Most Like Mommy
For more information, check out the Benton County Fair & Rodeo special events page here.
Have fun at the fair!
Had a great time making both casual and formal graduation portraits with the lovely Tracy! Isn't her smile contagious!
Hey, she can be serious, too. When we were doing her formal portraits and I saw her beautiful satin dress, I just had to break out my fashion ring flash and asked her to "strike a pose." What a great sport! Thanks to both Tracy and her mom, Shelly for the BEST day--I had a blast.
I can't believe how fast Evelyn grew! It's hard to believe it's been a whole year. What a fun little girl, and she's so expressive with her hands with her delicate little poses. What a sweetie!
Sean… a young man with many interests and talents! An Eagle Scout, a lettered athlete, and a member of the 2012 Mr. Spartan program at Corvallis High School (a group organized to raise money for the Mario Pastega House, the Good Samaritan Regional Cancer Center, and the Good Samaritan Suicide Prevention Center). What a great day capturing him representing these various facets of his life. Thanks, Sean!