Arendt wins at State 4-H Fashion Revue

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JR Cotton - Faith Arendt of Liberty, Mo., was recognized for the use of cotton in her garment by the Cotton Producers of Missouri.

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Published: Tuesday, September 23, 2008

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Amanda Stapp, 573-999-7174

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Nearly 100 University of Missouri Extension 4-H members participated in the 2008 State 4-H Fashion Revue at the University of Missouri, Sept. 13. MU Extension 4-H'ers attended workshops in which they learned about fashion trends in the past century and how to make an outfit for any occasion. Youth modeled clothing they made or purchased in four categories: Clothes You Make, Clothes You Buy, Knit garments and Crochet garments.

Faith Arendt of Liberty, Mo., competed in the junior division of Clothes You Make and was recognized for her use of cotton in her project. She received $50 from the Cotton Producers of Missouri. Garments must be 100 percent cotton to qualify for this award.

"State 4-H Fashion Revue provides youth with an opportunity to compete in a positive environment and learn other skills, such as how to communicate well with others, how to be confident in themselves and their abilities, and how to present themselves well in a variety of situations," said Alison Copeland, MU Extension state 4-H youth specialist. "With these skills, MU Extension 4-H members can be successful in everything they do."