Recycle Art Fair & Fashion Show Expresses Thanks

Participants in the Los Alamos County Environmental Services 2019 Recycle Fashion Show. Courtesy/LAC
 
COUNTY News:
 
In celebration of America Recycles Day, Los Alamos County Environmental Services sponsored the annual Recycle Fashion Show.
 
Three years ago, Los Alamos Public Schools began collaborating with Los Alamos County when Environmental Services Manager Angelica Gurule invited them to bring their student entries to the County’s annual fashion show. Since then, they decided to join forces to encourage more participation from the community.
 
Many schools from across the district came together to celebrate this event including Aspen, Piñon, Barranca, High School and Chamisa. As well as students from almost every school.
 
“It is our hope to keep growing this event with participation from all schools,” Gurule said.
 
This year there were more than 20 participants for the Recycle Fashion Show and more than 100 attendees at the event. The outfits were crafted from recycle materials and extremely creative.
 
2019 Recycle Fashion Show winners:
 
Kids:
 
1st – Daisy McCulloch
2nd – Maison Griffin
3rd – Khloe Martinez
 
Tweens:
 
1st – Cheyenne Haag
2nd – Kohynn Young
 
Adult:
 
1st – Andrea Lynch
 
Overall: Kara-Lynn Christensen
Functional: Samantha Clayton
Creative: Millie James
 
This event was such a huge success and could not have been possible without the contribution of many people. Environmental Services would like to say a BIG thank you to Los Alamos Public Schools Staff that helped with the event. We would like to give a special thanks to our co-hosts Andrea Lynch and Renee Mitsunaga of Chamisa Elementary. Their time and commitment as well as creativity and passion is what makes this event so successful.
 
To our sponsors who donated amazing prizes: Los Alamos Co-Op, Pajarito Environmental Education Center, Reel Deal Theater, Los Alamos County Aquatic Center, Golf Course, and Ice Rink. To the Zero Waste Los Alamos Team for volunteering their time to help. The Los Alamos High School Eco Club for cleaning up afterward.

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