Prairie Village’s Zoe Nason crowned Miss Johnson County 4-H

From left, Abigail Dawson, First Runner Up; Zoe Nason, Miss 4-H; Austin Woodward, Mr. 4-H. Photo by Adele Wilcoxen, Johnson County K-State Extension.
From left, Abigail Dawson, First Runner Up; Zoe Nason, Miss 4-H; Austin Woodward, Mr. 4-H. Photo by Adele Wilcoxen, Johnson County K-State Extension.

Prairie Village resident Zoe Nason is this year’s Miss Johnson County 4-H.

Nason, 16, and Austin Woodward, 15, of Spring Hill, were crowned the winners of this year’s Mr. and Miss Johnson County 4-H contest at the Johnson County K-State Research and Extension 4-H Fashion Revue in Gardner last week.

To be considered for the honor, applicants were judged on their leadership, citizenship and participation in 4-H, as well as a five-minute public presentation before a panel of 4-H judges. As Miss Johnson County 4-H, Nason will represent Johnson County K-State Research and Extension 4-H Youth Development at events throughout the area, including next weekend’s Johnson County Fair parade in Gardner.

Zoe’s parents are Lisa and Todd Nason.