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Fashion revue kicks off 2020 Logan County Fair – Sterling Journal-Advocate


From evening gowns, to overalls, to pajama pants, there were a variety of fashion styles on display as a scaled-back Logan County Fair kicked off Friday with the “Sew It, Grow It, Show It” 4-H Fashion Revue held in the St. Anthony’s Catholic School gymnasium.

Participants in four divisions decorated or constructed a garment and then modeled it. The judging was based on posture, poise, grooming, attitude and the outfit on the model. This includes becomingness to the model, choice of texture, color & style, fit, and accessories.

This year’s winner in the Junior Division was Taylor Tribbett. Taylor chose to create a yellow, multicolor, top
with butterfly, fly away sleeves. Taylor received a trophy sponsored by Logan County Homemakers, a flower
bouquet sponsored by Logan County Extension, and a $15.00 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.

Junior Reserve Champion was Livie Ziegler. Livie modeled a full, teal, skirt with pleats around the waist. Livie
received a $10.00 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.

Other junior competitors were: Piper Withers, Zoe Asmus and Taelinn Williams.

The Champion Intermediate participant was Mattea Pelton. Mattea modeled blackberry, wide leg, polyester knit pants she created. She also modeled a top created using Princess seams, flared sleeves, ruffles using a lettuce hem with muti-abstract Floral, double brushed, polyester spandex. She received a trophy sponsored by Wells Fargo Advisors, a flower bouquet sponsored by Gordon & Jennifer Felzien, and a $15.00 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.

Alexis Gentry was named Reserve Champion in the Intermediate Division. Alexis modeled floral, halter neck,
tie dress, with a handkerchief hem. Alexis also made a matching dress for her niece that was modeled during the night show. She received a $10.00 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.

Also competing in the intermediate division were Ashton Nichols and Anika Brockbank.

This year’s Senior Champion winner was Aly Young. Aly modeled a one-of-a-kind evening gown that was upcycled from her mom’s prom dress. It was a black, halter dress with beading and a long, flowing, removable, black train. She received a trophy sponsored by New Method Cleaners, a flower bouquet sponsored by Lex’s Bunny Barn c/o Alexis Gentry, and a $15.00 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations. Aly will be representing Logan County at this year’s State Fair Fashion Revue.

Reserve Champion in the Senior Division was Sadie Fehringer. Sadie created a soft, sky blue, 100% cotton
dress with a sweetheart neckline, and flared skirt. The long tie ends made the perfect bow on the back. Sadie
received a $10.00 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations. She will also be representing Logan County at this year’s State Fair Fashion Revue.

Logan County’s final representative for the State Fair Fashion Revue is Kathryn Lock. Kathryn, who was the only other competitor in the senior division, modeled a pair of bell bottom jeans, with an off-shoulder red and white shirt, and brown platforms.

Every year there is an Encore Division at the fashion revue. The Encore Division is judged on suitability of the
clothing to the person, appropriateness for the occasion, and fit. This year’s Champion Encore participant was Kathryn Lock. Kathryn wore a cream, peasant dress with detailed, embroidered flowers on the bodice. Kathryn received a balloon bouquet sponsored by Colorado Popcorn Company.

Reserve Champion in the Encore Division was Piper Withers, who modeled a cold shoulder peasant top.

Other competitors in this division included: Livie Ziegler, Taylor Tribbett, Ashton Nichols, Natalie Adels, Emmalynn Crose, Mattea Pelton and Aly Young.

Along with the models in the judged categories, the show also featured Clover Buds Aubrey and Rhylee Foos modeling 4-H t-shirts they made.

Organizers of the fashion revue would like to give a  special thank you to Heather Brungardt for being this year’s emcee, Dottie Benson as the superintendent, the individuals who judged the contest, parents, and 4-H clubs.

“What a wonderful, special year for our 4-Her’s to showcase their talents and to ‘Sew It, Grow It, and Show It!’” said Missie Payne, CSU Extension family and consumer science/4-H youth development agent.



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