4-H’ers Show Off Clothing, Textiles In Fashion Revue

4-Hers participated in a Fashion Revue in the 4-H Youth Building at the Chautauqua County Fair. They were able to model the clothing items that they made in the 2017-18 4-H year. Submitted photo

DUNKIRK — Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County’s 4-H members had a variety of projects on display in the 4-H Building at the Chautauqua County Fairgrounds in Dunkirk.

The 4-H Building was busy Tuesday as county fair goers had a chance to take part in a number of youth and adult activities. The following 4-H members gave public presentations on a variety of topics: Jacob Allen (Sherman Kountry Kids), Rachel Comstock (Country Critters), Samuel Comstock (Country Critters), Charlotte Couchman (Stockton Panthers), Emily DeGolier (Stockton Panthers), Alexander Southworth (Stow-A-Way Kids), Natalie Turecek (Stockton Panthers), Gabrielle Koszewski (Summerdale Sunset Riders) and Isabella Reuther (Stockton Panthers). All received Blue Ribbons today for their presentations.

4-H youth Clothing and Textiles Project members took the opportunity to show-off their latest creations in the 4-H Youth Fashion Revue and Mannequin Modeling display. Fashion revue participants were: Mikael Anderson, Rachel Comstock, Samuel Comstock, Anna Cook, Josh Cook, Charlotte Couchman, Madison DeGolier, Emily DeGolier, Jared Dorman, Mackenzy Graziano, Maci Harmon, Kaylee Hodge, Mikail Lawrence, Jaidyn Newhouse, Isabella Reuther, Deona Sanders, Alexander Southworth, Amelia Sprague, Josiah Sprague and Natalie Turecek. Commentators provided a brief description of each 4-H member’s age, experience, club and clothing items.

Several sewers also offered a Mannequin Modeling show before the Fashion Revue, they were: Rachel Comstock, Samuel Comstock, Charlotte Couchman, Madison DeGolier, Jared Dorman, Mackenzy Graziano, Maci Harmon, Mikail Lawrence, Jaidyn Newhouse, Isabella Reuther, Amelia Sprague and Natalie Turecek.

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