4-H News: Roaring ‘20s take center stage at 4-H Fashion Revue and Variety Show

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The Owen County 4-H held its 67th Annual Fashion Revue and Variety Show May 16 at the Owen County Extension Office.
Nearly 30 4-Hers modeled in the fashion revue, while four took part in the variety show portion of the evening. Thank you to Molly Gamble for acting as narrator. The theme this year was “Roaring ‘20s.”
Over the past several months, each member worked on building their sewing skills by completing garments or non-clothing items.
 The garments were judged separately, and then each participant was judged on their modeling skills during the revue.
 The following were announced as winners for garment or non-clothing construction: Madison Humphries, unit I clothing; Jubilee Towles, unit I non-clothing; Emma Miller, unit II clothing; Claire Inman, unit II non-clothing; Mackinnon McAnally, unit III; and Laura Duke, unit VI.
The following participants won for modeling: Chloe Wong, unit I; Trinity Craig, unit II clothing; Marissa Craig, unit II non-clothing; Addison Montague, unit III; and Laura Duke, unit VI.
Emma Miller was named overall champion for clothing and modeling, while Claire Inman was named overall champion for non-clothing and modeling.
In between modeling units during the fashion revue, 4-Hers performed talent acts for entertainment.
Congratulations to Laura Duke for winning with her piano performance of “Heart and Soul.” Also participating were Trinity Craig, Kaileigh Grider, and James Grider.
Jessi Williams, is the Owen County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development.