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The 411: Youth

4-H Fashion Show winners advance to District contest

4-H Fashion Show winners advance to District contest
Kimberly Lanier poses for a photo with her brother Will (left) and Jake Guerrero

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April 5, 2011
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By Claire Weber
County Line 4-H Reporter

STOCKDALE -- The Wilson County 4-H Fashion Show was held March 19 in the Stockdale Elementary Cafeteria.

The participants dressed the part, with the theme being Masquerade.

The results are as follows: in the Fashion Storyboard Contest, Olivia Vickers received first in Senior Accessory; Donella Steele received first in Senior Jewelry; Megan Steele received first in Senior Wearable; Anne Lowak received first in Intermediate Wearable; and Kadie McIlvain received first in Junior Wearable.

In the Construction Contest, AnnaBelle Welfel received first in Junior Dress/Jumpers, Victoria Sunday received first in Junior Casual, and Shae Shodrock received first in Intermediate Ensembles.

In the Buying Contest, Jake Guerrero received first in Junior Separates, Cambrie Frazier received first in Junior Specialty, Will Lanier received first in Intermediate Separates, Olivia Vickers received first in Senior Casual, and Kimberly Lanier received first in Senior Formal.

In the Textile Contest, Kadie McIlvain received first in Junior Household item, Jewelry/Accessories, and Embellished Item.

In the Natural Fibers Contest, AnnaBelle Welfel received first in Junior Cotton.

All those who competed are now moving on to the District competition.

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