Allen County 4-H’ers dazzled the crowd with their fashion sense Tuesday night at the 4-H Style Revue in the Iola High School lecture hall.
Following the 4-H friends picnic dinner 4-H’ers modeled outfits that they created or purchased. The 4-H’ers were judged earlier in the day at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center.
In the constructed garment revue Delaney Umholtz won reserve champion for her wool skirt and Jessica Sharp won grand champion for her dress. In girls buymanship the senior reserve champion was Clara Wicoff for her casual outfit and grand champion was Delaney Umholtz for her casual outfit. In the junior division Maddi White won reserve champion with her casual outfit and Tori White won grand champion with her dress.
Trent Johnson won reserve champion in the boys senior buymanship category. Trey Wilson won grand champion. In the junior division Ethan Weide won reserve champion and Jackson Wilks won grand champion.
In clothing construction level 1, champion was Lizzi White; level II was Maddi White; level III was Zoi Yoho; and level IV was Jessica Sharp. The clothing construction reserve champion was Maddi White and the grand champion was Jessica Sharp.
The Gayla Allen Memorial Award is given to a level I-II 4-H’er who interviewed well, did their own work and learned a lot. Laken Hunter won this category. The award is given to level III-IV 4-H’ers who have outstanding sewing skills and interviewed well. This award was given to Khrystal Smith.
The fiber arts reserve champion was Zoey Rinehart with her patchwork wall hanging and Clara Wicoff won grand champion with her crotchet project. Kathryn Malone won champion in the needle arts category with her embroidery project.
This event officially kicks off the Allen County Fair.
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