SIDNEY, Neb. -- Five Cheyenne County girls got a chance to model at the annual 4-H Fashion Show.

Thursday afternoon at the Cheyenne County Fairgrounds, friends and family gathered to watch the models showcase their new outfits at the 4-H Fashion Show.

Abby Dana, 10, Alaina Challburg, 11, Austin Hurt, 11, Kinslee Lewis, 12, and Elizabeth Higgins, 12, all participated in modeling in the fashion show.

This is Challburg’s second time modeling.

“I like that it shows people my talent and how my style is,” Challburg said.

Challburg also participates in many other 4-H events.

“I do table-setting, flower arrangements, 3-D printing, resin, and steers,” Challburg said.

This is Lewis’ fourth time modeling.

“I like getting to share what we’ve learned with the public,” Lewis said.

This is Hurt’s third fashion show and she said she also likes learning about the craft of making clothes.

“I like that we get to learn new things about sewing and projects and have a fun time modeling for the public,” Hurts said. “I learned about sewing in a zipper and a hook and an eye.”

Higgins said this is her fourth year modeling.

“I just like picking out outfits and being able to work on the routine for modeling,” Higgins said. “I just think it’s really fun.”

Dana said this is her second 4-H Fashion Show and she also shows her calves and rabbits at the fair.

The girls had about 30 people come out to see their fashion show and each one had several different outfits to display. The girls picked out their everyday school wear and a sundress for formal summer occasions.

The girls received a lot of applause and gave each other many supportive high-fives.