LIVINGSTON COUNTY — The Livingston County 4-H Program held its annual Creative Fiber Arts Revue event with 35 members participating.
The night began with the evaluation of each 4-H member’s constructed item by a volunteer evaluator. After, members were giving modeling and presentation advice from member Abby Bean and volunteer Sandy Bean. The evening concluded with a fashion revue in which participants showcased their items on the runway while commentary about their item was read to the audience.
The Cloverbud participants were Eric Schleede, Everett Schleede, Madelyn Mulvaney, Brianne Losey, Howie Sexton, Kamryn Jerome, Ried Shutt, Payton Halpenny, Fiona Gelb and Henry Kirkwood.
The beginner level participants were Jade Barrows, Audrey de Wit, Rian de Wit, Emily Vattimo, Amara Jerome, Onnolee Shutt, Lucy Kirkwood, Freddy Kirkwood, Natalie Loncz, Alexa Hoffman, Lynn Schleede, Quinten Schleede, Emmalynn Schleede, Aiden Kelly, Laine Swarts, Meredith Swarts, Kenneth Smith, Lucy Sexton, Ella Sexton, Amara VanNorman, Devon Flick, Lindsay Flick, Rebekah Hertz, Spencer Hertz, and Rayne Ebersold.
Laine Swarts and Rayne Ebersold received The Judge’s Choice Awards for outstanding work.
The volunteer evaluators were Becky Minnich, Tess Wallace, Mary Clark, Peggy Auinger, Pat Auinger and Kaaren Smith.
The event was held at the Goodwill Community Center in Geneseo. To learn more about the Livingston County 4-H Program or Cornell Cooperative Extension of Livingston County, Visit www.ccelivingstoncouty.org. You can also call the office at 585-991-5420 or 585-335-1752.