Klickitat County 4-H sewing members participated in the annual Style Revue in Glenwood on Aug. 11.
Following a full day of contests, the following participants were recognized for their accomplishments. Clothing construction (sewing) champions were junior Paul Miller of Goldendale, intermediate Katie Wasgatt of Glenwood and senior Neola Putnam of Glenwood. Kylie Montgomery of Glenwood was the intermediate clothing construction reserve champion. Fashion revue (modeling) grand champions were junior Dakota Jones of Glenwood, intermediate Jackielynn Miller of Goldendale, senior Neola Putnam and intermediate reserve champion Katie Wasgatt. Creative consumer intermediate grand champion was Jackielynn Miller. Senior Georgie Kokos of Glenwood was the grand champion of the two-hour construction contest. Special thanks to Elizabeth Jones and all other volunteers who made the day a success. Cynthia Wasgatt provided a beautiful cake for the reception for participants and visitors following the public style show at the end of the day.
Bun and Anita Wellenbrock planned an open house on Aug. 6 to welcome friends and relatives into their new home. Unfortunately, a few days prior to the event, Anita fell and injured her back, so she was hospitalized during the party. We wish Bun and Anita happiness in their new home; and wish Anita a speedy recovery.
There have been a few unpleasant occurrences in our little town the past couple of weeks that, hopefully, are only isolated incidents. C&H Logging had their mechanic's rig stolen -- and fortunately, recovered. The tires and wheels were stolen off of Doug Daniels' car while it was parked in his garage Saturday night. It is such a big disappointment when those kinds of things happen in our community. Not only for the physical loss, but for the loss of the sense of security we should be able to enjoy in our little town.