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Brunswick County 4-H hosted its annual fashion revue on May 17 at the Cooperative Extension office.
After a welcome and introduction by 4-H agent Blair Green, members showed off their homemade garments during a fashion show. Participants were judged on such criteria as construction, fit and presentation.
Participating in the 9-11 age division were: Alexis Apple, daughter of Trisha and Donald Apple of Ash; Lydia and Mary Ellen Lewis, daughters of Jim and Vicki Lewis of Calabash; and Amanda Rossell, daughter of Timothy Rossell of Bolton.
Receiving ribbons and trophies were Apple for first place, Lydia Lewis for second place and Mary Ellen Lewis for third place.
Competing in the 12-13 age division were: Angelique Apple, daughter of Trisha and Donald Apple of Ash, and Amber Yurgel, daughter of Peter and Marie Yurgel of Delco. Angelique Apple received a first place and Yurgel a second place ribbon and trophy.
Cloverbud members (age 5-8) participated non-competitively and received green participation ribbons for their projects. Members included: Amelia Apple and Autumn Apple, daughters of Trisha and Donald Apple of Ash; Katie Friend, daughter of David and Lorraine Friend of Shallotte; Fiona Lewis, daughter of Jim and Vicki Lewis of Calabash; and Rosemarie Yurgel, daughter of Peter and Marie Yurgel of Delco.
In addition, Clover Dollars (scholarship money for other 4-H events) were awarded for first-, second- and third-place winners in the amount of $30, $20 and $10, respectively. Serving as the construction judge was Pearl Stanley, family and consumer sciences agent.