4-H’ers Participate in Annual 4-H Fashion Revue and Creative Talent Programs

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Two women judging entries

Mrs. Fannie Clyburn and Mrs. Jesse Blakeney judging entries.

On Wednesday, May 19, 2021, Mrs. Fannie Clyburn and Mrs. Jesse Blakeney sat in Mrs. Fannie’s sewing shop and admired the variety of entries they were judging. “Excellent” and “very good!” were some of the words used to describe the entries of this year’s 4-H Fashion Revue and Creative Talen program. Mrs. Blakeney commented that, “It is truly amazing what children can do these days” as she examined one particular entry.

Normally parents, friends, and relatives attend Anson County 4-H’s annual Fashion Revue and Creative Talent show at the Anson Cooperative Extension Center where 4-H’ers modeling garments they made during the spring. This year, youth submitted videos of them modeling garments and the judges, Mrs. Clyburn and Mrs. Blakeney judged the garments separately.

Fashion Revue winners for were: Cloverbud Fashion – Zaire Smith-Maxwell. Jr.-Teen Fashion: Zoe Martin-1st, Laia Smith-Maxwell – 2nd, Amelia Poplin – 3rd. In the non-garment categories, Amelia Poplin placed 1st.

Creative Talents winners were – Cloverbud Art: Jamison Alexander. Junior Art: Amelia Poplin – 1st, Dylan Alexander – 2nd. Junior Crafts/Hobby: 1st Amelia Poplin. Junior Photography: Amelia Poplin – 1st.

All 1st and 2nd place winners in the Fashion Revue received $20.00 and $15.00 scholarships to be used towards a 4-H event or trip, while Cloverbud participants received $10 scholarships. Non-garment participants received $15.00 and $10.00 in scholarships with Cloverbuds receiving $5.00 for participation.

In Creative Talent Exhibits, winners received $12, $8, and $5 for 1st and 2nd place. All Cloverbuds received $5 participant scholarships. Scholarship money is provided through program fundraising efforts.

These Anson County 4-H programs are all annual events. 4-H participation is open to all youth regardless of sex, race, religion, or national origin. For more information about 4-H in Anson County, contact Samuel Cole, 4-H Agent at 704-694-2915.