• Winners at the 2022 Missouri 4-H Fashion Revue.
    Winners at the 2022 Missouri 4-H Fashion Revue.

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The 2022 Missouri 4-H Fashion Revue drew 56 youths from 27 counties to model their garments and participate in educational workshops Oct. 8 on the University of Missouri campus.

Missouri 4-H partnered with faculty from the Stephens College Department of Fashion and graduate students from the MU Department of Textile and Apparel Management to provide judging and workshops for this year’s event.

Participants learned about sustainability in fashion through “Mend and Make Do” workshops in which they practiced repairing and decorating clothing and sewing buttons and tears to help make garments last longer.

The annual contest showcases youth skills in sewing, knitting, crochet and consumer decision-making.

Fashion Revue results


  • Junior division: Braelyn Johnson, Saline County, first place.
  • Intermediate division: Asher Ahrens, Cape Girardeau County, first place.


  • Intermediate division: Abigail Porter, Lafayette County, second place; Callie Gann, Cooper County, first place.
  • Senior division: Hayley Frevert, Cooper County, first place.

Purchased Dressy

  • Intermediate division: Abigail Gann, Cooper County, second place; Malia Fairchild, Ray County, first place.
  • Senior division: Leah Sommerer, Cole County, first place.

Purchased Casual

  • Junior division: Emily Bax, Nodaway County, third place; Jaci Todd, Newton County, second place; Hailey Dolt, Ray County, first place.
  • Intermediate division: Charles Goodnight, Greene County, third place; Addison Bibbs, Macon County, second place; Isabel Branson, Bates County, first place.
  • Senior division: Michaela Hettinger, Knox County, second place; Drake Ellison, Lafayette County, first place.

Constructed Dressy

  • Junior division: Alexis Davis, Johnson County, third place; Elizabeth Weiner, Boone County, second place; Tabitha Harris, Livingston County, first place.
  • Intermediate division: Brynna Shettlesworth, Boone County, third place; Jackson Schneiders, Clay County, second place; Jillian Weekly, Montgomery County, first place.
  • Senior division: Hannah Keiser, Chariton County, third place; Georgia Keighley, Ray County, second place; Jori Todd, Newton County, first place.

Constructed Casual

  • Junior division: Sally Williams, Caldwell County, third place; Elsie May, Pettis County, second place; Elizabeth Nolke, Boone County, first place.
  • Intermediate division: Maggie Reeves, Boone County, third place; Elizabeth Helm, Newton County, second place; Mallory Hall, Johnson County, first place.
  • Senior division: Kelton Moll, Jasper County, third place; Elizabeth Seiler, Macon County, second place; Rebekah Papasifakis, Johnson County, first place.

100% Cotton Award

  • Jillian Weekly, Montgomery County.

Wool Award

  • Hanna Keiser, Chariton County.

The judges selected two senior contestants to represent Missouri 4-H in Denver at the Western National Roundup in January 2023:

  • Rebekah Papasifakis, Johnson County.
  • Drake Ellison, Lafayette County.

Many counties also gathered blankets and monetary donations to support Project Linus.

Major support for Missouri 4-H Civic Engagement programs is provided by the Missouri 4-H Foundation in partnership with the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives, Aaron and Erica Baker, Mary Davis, Dr. Robert E. “Bud” Hertzog, the Martz family, MFA Foundation, Miller Family Foundation, Missouri Pork Association, Dr. Marla J. Tobin and the Turner family.

Missouri 4-H is a program of University of Missouri Extension. For more information, visit or contact your local MU Extension center.

Winners at the 2022 Missouri 4-H Fashion Revue.