Youthful talents featured at 4-H Fashion Revue
More than 30 youth from Kendall County 4-H Clubs participated in the 2015 4-H Fashion Revue July 22 at the Congregational Church in Yorkville.
“Our participating 4-H’ers showcased their hard work and skills by modeling their final garments for an audience of about 80 people,” said Kim Eisnaugle, 4-H Youth Development Program Coordinator. “Many of the youth also modeled international outfits during the 'Global Fashions' portion of the evening.”
The 4-H Clothing Committee’s Colleen Konop narrated the 2015 Fashion Revue, which was judged by volunteers Chris Anderson and Lindsey Anderson. Superintendent volunteers Jodi Brummel, Marcee Brummel, Stacy Rehberg and Mary Schobert managed the day and announced the champions and state fair delegates for both the fashion revue and for construction of garments. Clothing and textiles projects were judged earlier in the day by volunteers Kathy Anderson, Lisa Flyte, Anne Neville and Anne Novey.
Award of Excellence trophies and rosettes were earned by Delaney Brummel of Sheridan, Ally Rott of Sheridan, Tawney Kellogg of Oswego, Ania Nelson of Yorkville, and Cydney Olah of Oswego, who won both Fashion Revue and Best of Show honors. Fashion Revue delegates for State Fair are Brummel, Olah and Rott. Haley Morris of Big Rock, Katelyn Long of Montgomery and Corwin Wyncoop of Plano were named first, second and third alternates, respectively.
In addition, more than 60 sewing and textiles projects were judged Wednesday morning.State Fair delegates are Olah, Brummel and Nelson, and the first, second and third alternates are Rott, Adelina Jimenez of Montgomery, and Long, respectively. Delegates are invited to showcase their work at the Illinois State Fair in August.
Class Champions are: Sewing 1, 9-patch pillow – Kassandra Speerly of Newark; Sewing 1, square pillow – Danielle Monsess of Newark; Sewing 1, bag – Olivia Dotson of Yorkville; Sewing 1, constructed garment – Nelson; Sewing 2, non-clothing – Olivia Morris of Big Rock; Sewing 2, constructed garment – Jimenez; Sewing 3, new constructed garment – Brummel; Sewing 3, recycled garment – Alyssa Theodor of Oswego; Clothing Decisions 2, Madeline Cumbey of Oswego; and Clover Challenge – Olah.
The 2015 4-H Fashion Revue was made possible by the clothing committee, project area superintendents, judges and other volunteers, the Kendall County 4-H Foundation, Yorkville Congregational Church, Katydidit Flowers, and the 4-H participants and their families. First- and second-year clothing and textile participants received a tape measure donated to 4-H by Heartland Bank and Trust Company.
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