WADESBORO – For this 12 months’s Trend Revue and Artistic Expertise present, younger members submitted movies of themselves modeling clothes to be judges and for an opportunity to win Four-H scholarships.
Two judges, Fannie Clyburn and Jesse Blakeney, judged the Four-H Trend Revue and Artistic Expertise program on Could 19 on the Clyburn Stitching Workshop.
“It is actually superb what youngsters can do as of late,” Blakeney stated in a press launch.
In a world with out pandemics, dad and mom, family and friends attend the Trend and Expertise Present on the Anson Cooperative Extension Heart. Kids mannequin the clothes they make. However this 12 months, the members modeled their garments on video.
First and second place winners in Trend Revue will obtain scholarships of $ 20 and $ 15 for use in a Four-H occasion or journey. Non-pledge members will obtain $ 15 and $ 10 in scholarships. Cloverbuds will obtain $ 10 or $ 5 for taking part in both making clothes or non-garments.
Artistic Expertise winners obtain $ 12, $ eight, and $ 5 for first and second place. All Clovebuds obtain $ 5 for taking part.
The Trend Revue winners are:
• 1st: Zoe Martin
• 2nd: Laia Smith-Maxwell
• third: Amelia Poplin
Within the non-apparel class, Amelia Poplin ranked first. Zaire Smith-Maxwell received the Colverbud Trend Award.
The Artistic Expertise winners are:
• 1st: Amelia Poplin
• 2nd: Dylan Alexander
Amelia Poplin additionally received within the Junior Crafts / Interest and Images classes. Jamison Alexander received the Cloverbud Artwork.
Congratulations to all of the winners!
Four-H participation is open to all Anson youth. For extra details about Four-H in Anson County, contact Samuel Cole at 704-694-2915.