Lyon County 4-H’ers had the opportunity to show off their clothing construction and clothing buymanship skills Saturday evening during the public fashion revue in the Anderson Building on the fairgrounds.
Judging for both classes was held earlier in the day, with the fashion revue being a celebration of the new outfits 4-H’ers picked out or created.
Lyon County Extension Agent Corinne Patterson said the project was a great learning experience for young people.
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