An invitation to join the Cajun Serama Classic
The Cajun Serama Council, the Louisiana Chapter of the Serama Council of North America (SCNA) cordially invites everyone to participate, either as an exhibitor or spectator in the Largest SERAMA Extravaganza ever held, to date, outside of Malaysia.
On Saturday, March 17th, 2007 hundreds of Serama Enthusiasts from through out the nation will converge on Vacherie, Louisiana for the 3rd Annual Cajun Classic. The granddaddy of SERAMA Shows (SERAMA ONLY) will be held at the Community Center, located on LA 644, at the curve, before La 644 merges with/into LA 643. The venue is a modern hall with lots of free parking.
Unlike ordinary chicken shows where chickens are kept cooped up, poked with a stick and seldom handled by the judge, a SERAMA Show is different in that each SERAMA is brought before a judge, placed on a platform and allowed to ‘strut it’s stuff’ for the judge and audience. Points, totaling 100 are awarded for Type, Character, Tail and Wing Carriage, Feather Quality and Condition. Class Champions and Reserve Champions will be selected for each of 10 different classes and an overall Show Champion and Reserve Show Champion will be crowned. Trophies and rosettes will be awarded to the Champions of each class, ribbons will be awarded each SERAMA scoring 80 or above. A special prize will be awarded to the individual selected wearing the BEST chicken costume.
Judging the event will be ABA/APA/SCNA judges Gary Overton and Edgar Mongold, both from Ohio.
Admittance is free to exhibitors and spectators/visitors wearing authentic Cajun Garb. A $5 entry fee will be collected from spectators/visitors not inclined to exhibit or dress Cajun. This $5 fee however, does include participation in a “Taste of Louisiana Cajun Buffet” which will be served at noon. A $2 entry fee will be imposed on those choosing to forgo the Buffet. Various items will also be offered for raffle. Drawings will be at 3 PM. Winners, except for live birds, must be present to claim the prize or another name will be drawn. A variety of drinks will be available through out the day at $1 each. .
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