Mr. and Miss 4-H will be crowned at the Johnson County 4-H Public Fashion Review at 7 p.m. on Aug. 2 at Wheatridge Middle School, Gardner.
The Mr. and Miss Johnson County 4-H program recognizes 4-H members for their contribution to Johnson County 4-H in the areas of leadership, citizenship and participation. Applicants are required to give a five-minute public presentation promoting 4-H followed by a panel interview in front of three judges. Teens must have at least three years of
4-H experience to be recognized for the leadership they have dedicated to 4-H.
Earning the title of Mr. or Miss 4-H is a prestigious honor. During their reign, Mr. and Miss 4-H will work together to promote the Johnson County 4-H program, and represent the county 4-H program at public functions.
Candidates for Miss 4-H
Rachel Chall, 17, is from Overland Park. She is the daughter of Mark and Laura Chall. Rachel is a 10-year member of the Happy Helpers 4-H Club.
Katie Connor, 17, is from Lenexa. She is the daughter of Pat and Catherine Connor. Katie is a ten-year member of the Johnson County Dog Club.
Brianna Hamilton, 17, is from Spring Hill. She is the daughter of Darci and Amy Hamilton. Brianna is an 11-year member of the Prairie Moon 4-H Club.
Natalie McCracken, 14, is from Olathe. She is the daughter of Tom Catania and Sheri McCracken. Natalie is a seven-year member of the Johnson County Horse Club.
Julia Shields, 16, is from Lenexa. She is the daughter of Byron and Amy Shields. Julia is a nine-year member of the Pioneer 4-H Club and the Livestock Club.
There is only one vieing for the title of Mr. 4-H.
Spencer Dennis, 16, is from Bucyrus. He is the son of Mike and Melinda Dennis. Spencer is an eight-year member of the Blue River Wranglers 4-H Club.