Each year our fashion students study the safe construction & design in creating children’s wear. Their concepts and illustration take form into their own drafted pattern. In the spirit giving, they each produce a garment for our community service project. We are very proud of fashion student Carrie Roske, who went beyond creating just one garment, she dedicated her time in designing and creating 10 corduroy dress/jumpers. We are very proud of her exceptional workmanship and handwork in creating all these garments. Many of these adorable dresses are given to families at the Heartland House as well as several churches and organizations that help provide Christmas gifts and clothing for children.