The Lincoln County 4-H Fashion Revue and Talent Show was held Tuesday, April 25.
Fashion show participants constructed their own garments.
The Cloverbud Division (ages 5 – 8) participants were Ruth Perkins, dress; Scarlett Berryhill, shorts; Alexis Cespedes, skirt; Brielle Palmer, skirt and Hannah McCoy, skirt.
The Junior Division (ages 9 – 13) participants were: First place winner Christiana Ingle, skirt and purse; second place winner Rachel McCoy, skirt and top; third place winner Summer Deaton,, capri pants and purse; Chelsea Mills, formal dress and Brittany Beam, capri pants.
In the Senior Teen Division, Holly Mills received first place for her shirt and skirt. Holly also received a $100 scholarship to the State 4-H Fashion Revue.
Emily Sherrill received second place for a sundress and matching purse. Emily also received a $50 scholarship to the State 4-H Fashion Revue.
Christiana Ingle was awarded the Best of Show award, a sewing machine. Rachel McCoy was awarded the Best Overall Junior Award, sewing shears.
Talent show acts included Guy and Joseph Perkins, who sang a duet and won first place; Kali and Megan Vann who sang a duet as they played the guitar and piano and won second place; Ana Carnes who sang a solo and won third place. Other acts included Guy, Joseph and Ruth Perkins, who sang a trio and Addison Behling who sang a solo.
Guy and Joseph Perkins and Kali and Megan Vann will represent Lincoln County 4-H at the Southwest District 4-H Entertains program June 28 in Polk County.
If you would like more information about 4-H programs, contact North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Lincoln County Center at (704) 736-8458.
by Staff Reports