2017 ReFashion Slideshow.
Participants used their imagination to create an outfit from high fashion to cosplay or a science fiction theme. Outfits must be made from recyclable or reused materials. Entries may be made by an individual or by a group. However, there will only be one prize awarded to the top pick from each category.
COMING 2019 ReFashion Show -
Saturday, November 23, 2019
11:00 registration, Show at 1:00 p.m.
Recycling Lesson Plan 1 - Don’t Waste the Moment
Driving question- How much of the waste which is thrown away in the school cafeteria may be composted or recycled?
Recycling Lesson Plan #2 – One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure
Driving question – What does waste disposal cost anyway?
Recycling Lesson Plan #3 – Waste Not Want Not
Driving question – How does a compost pile reduce waste?
Recycling Investigations Lesson - include text dependent questions, provide graphical representations of data, prompt students with investigations, and may be used across the curriculum instruction. Lessons may be modified in order to be used at different grade levels.
The winning entries to the 2018 Coloring and Freedom Contests have been made. Younger kids participating in the Coloring Contest identified the recyclable, compostable and trash items on a coloring sheet, then cut and pasted the items next to a drawing of the appropriate compost, recycle or trash bin. Owen Tallhamer, a student at Smithville Elementary in Ritchie County, was the first-place winner in the K-1st grade category. Kinzy Arbogast was the 2nd - 3rd grade winner and is a member of the Haer Bears 4-H Club in Mason County.
The Coalition’s Freedom Contest encourages students to express themselves by creating a painting or drawing, writing a poem, composing or recording a song, producing a video, writing an essay, sculpting something, or completing any project based on a recycling theme.
David Ashman and Dave Carper, 11-year-old members of the Geary Elementary/Middle School 4-H Cloverbuds from Newton, Roane County, are the co-winners in the 4th-6th grade age group of the Freedom Contest. Ashman and Carper worked together to study the dragonfly before making a dragonfly sculpture out of an old table leg spindle, door knob, hangers and repainted ceiling fan blades.
The 7-8th grade age category winner in the Freedom Contest is a team of three: Gweneth Ashman, Kennedy Romine (both 13) and Cassidy Roush, 14, of Girl Scout Troop 4988 out of Roane County. The girls made a sculpture using a 2-liter pop bottle, shoestrings, twist ties, a glass pop bottle, coffee filters, clothes pins, beads, a balloon and cotton reused from a pill bottle. The sculpture shows the four stages of life of a butterfly.
The 9-12th grade age category winner in the Freedom Contest was another group from Girl Scout Troop 4988: Anna Carte, Destiny Smith (both age 15) and Kyannia King, 16. The girls embellished some wood with solo cups, coffee filters, colored paper and pencils to make a sculpture depicting a festive deer.
2018 ReFashion Slideshow