Fifteen-year-old Lydia McKay of Kansas City, North was among 4-H girls making dresses and skirts for the Clay County Fair who gathered last month at the Liberty home of 4-H sewing project leader Nelda Godfrey in preparation for the Clay County Fair. She was relected in the full-length mirror set up to check the girls’ work.
Fifteen-year-old Lydia McKay of Kansas City, North was among 4-H girls making dresses and skirts for the Clay County Fair who gathered last month at the Liberty home of 4-H sewing project leader Nelda Godfrey in preparation for the Clay County Fair. She was relected in the full-length mirror set up to check the girls’ work. FRED BLOCHER The Kansas City Star
Fifteen-year-old Lydia McKay of Kansas City, North was among 4-H girls making dresses and skirts for the Clay County Fair who gathered last month at the Liberty home of 4-H sewing project leader Nelda Godfrey in preparation for the Clay County Fair. She was relected in the full-length mirror set up to check the girls’ work. FRED BLOCHER The Kansas City Star

Girls build friendships and sewing skills in preparation for 4-H fair

July 02, 2014 07:00 AM

UPDATED July 08, 2014 08:54 PM

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