DUE: May 9, 2016 * No late entries accepted! CENTRAL CLUSTER FASHION REVUE ENTRY FORM FASHION REVUE SHOW JUNE 11, 2016 MONTGOMERY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS 16 Chestnut St, Gaithersburg, MD 20877 SEND ENTRY FORMS TO: University Of Maryland Extension Howard County 4-H Department Attn: Chris Rein 3300 North Ridge Road Suite 240 Ellicott City, MD 21043 Name: Phone: Address: Zip 4-H Club Age (As of 1/1/16) School Grade 4-H Projects Additional Hobbies/Activities How many years have you participated in Fashion Revue (include this year) How many years have you carried the Clothing Project (include this year) Division: (Check one): Clover (5-7) Int (11-13) Jr. (8-10) First year's sewers table (only) Sr. (14-18) Clover Table (only) Garment Made and Modeled by 4-H Member (Only Two): Sports Wear/Lounge Wear , Costumes Business/Professional Wear , Outer Wear , Formal Wear , Dresses , Recycled Design , Separates , . This is a separate Central Cluster category: 2016 Theme Category Fashion Awakens Premier: Pajama Wear Ready-To-Wear Fashion Modeled by 4-H Member (Only One): Sports Wear/Lounge Wear , Costumes Business/Professional Wear , Outer Wear , Formal Wear , Dresses , Wearable Art , Separates , . Judging Schedule Information: Judging will be held on Wednesday, June 8th at Montgomery County Extension Office 18410 Muncaster Road Derwood, MD 20855 for all counties participants. Judging will began at 3:00 p.m. and run through the evening. The Fashion Revue will be held on June 8th at the Montgomery County Howard County Fairgrounds16 Chestnut St, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. The Fashion Revue will began at 6:00p.m. You are to be dressed and in line by 5:30 p.m. This year there will be a charge of a $1.00 per person to watch the Central Cluster Fashion Revue Show and Central Cluster 4-H Got Talent Show. During our normal Intermission while judges make their final decisions this year will be the “4-H Got Talent show”. At the close of the Talent Show we will have refreshments for everyone and then an Awards program for both shows. For Scheduling Judges please provide the following information: I will be car pooling with My sibling will be participating also: Name I would prefer to be scheduled for judging at p.m. (specify time) (Scheduling will be done to satisfy your request as much as possible. Please remember that there may be as many as 100 garments to be judged in this event.) Name: Clovers: 25 -50 Juniors: 50 - 75 Intermediates: 75 - 100 Seniors: 100 - 125 Attach your narration, swatch and drawing with this entry. Example of a good narration: Spring is here, and Becky Connor strolls down the runway in her floral, three-piece outfit. This pattern looked so perfect in the store that she had to make a top with it. The fabric for the pants was no easy find. Many stores later, Becky found the perfect match. The jacket blends easily with the rest of the colors. Currently, Becky is a freshman at Glenelg High and is President of the Freshmen SGA. She enjoys drama productions and recently participated in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. In the Poplar 4-H Club, Becky enjoys cooking, crafts, leadership, and – of course – sewing. Some of her favorite 4-H activities are 4-H Camp, where she’ll be a counselor this year and the Howard County Fair. No matter what you do, Becky, you will always be styling in this outfit. Narration: Drawing Place Swatch Here -------- PERSONAL DATA & LEADERSHIP FORM The purpose of this form is to give the judges additional information on the work done in your project, for Fashion Revue if requested, and for local and state news releases. 1. First, middle and last Name_________________________________________________ Address__________________________________________ Zip_________________ Age___________ 2. Date & year of birth____________________ (As of 1/1/15) List your most recent extra-curricular school and community activities and achievements: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 3. List your major 4-H projects:_____________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 4. Number of years in 4-H __________ (including current year) Number of years in clothing project __________(including current year) Number of years in fashion revue project __________(including current year) Have you assisted in county, or state fashion revues? Yes_____ No_____ If yes, in what way? ______________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ What percentage of your own clothes do you make? ____________ Do you sew for others: Yes_____ No_____ If yes, for whom and what? ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ List major leadership responsibilities in 4-H not included above, if any.________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ The University of Maryland Extension programs are open to all citizens and will not discriminate against anyone because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, national origin, marital status, genetic information, political affiliation, and gender identity or expression. 2016 FASHION REVUE JUNIORS, INTERMEDIATES AND SENIORS NAME: County: THIS SECTION FOR CONSTRUCTED GARMENTS ONLY: Pattern#: Company*** Attach a clear copy of the front and back of the pattern envelopes: COST OF FABRIC: $ LINING/INTERFACING: $ BUTTONS: $ TRIMMINGS: $ ZIPPER: $ PATTERN: $ MISC. NOTIONS: $ TOTAL COST: FIBER CONTENT: CARE: What new skills did you learn in planning, constructing and accessorizing this garment? The University of Maryland Extension programs are open to any person and will not discriminate against anyone because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, national origin, marital status, genetic information, political affiliation, and gender identity or expression. 2016 FASHION REVUE JUNIORS, INTERMEDIATES AND SENIORS NAME: County: THIS SECTION FOR READY –TO- WEAR GARMENTS ONLY: Where was the outfit purchased? How will the outfit be used? COST OF OUTFIT: $ COST ACCESSORIES: SHOES: $ JEWELRY: $ OTHER: $ FINAL COST OF OUTFIT AND ACCESSORIES: $ FIBER CONTENT: CARE: What new skills did you learn in buying, planning, and accessorizing this outfit? The University of Maryland Extension programs are open to any person and will not discriminate against anyone because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, national origin, marital status, genetic information, political affiliation, and gender identity or expression.