The first-annual Young at Art Fashion Show was designed to lure teenagers into a fun, yet educational experience. Volunteers participated in designing outfits from "trash", as well as modeling them in front of their peers. The materials used for the show were donated by numerous local companies. The goods included cloth, egg cartons, trash bags, etc. We were able to get local bands to play for free, and local supermarkets to also donate food and refreshments. With a $5.00 ticket to enter, Young at Art (a non-profit organization) was able to raise a large sum of money, while educating young adults in the need for recycling and conserving the environment. The project was so impacting that a local newspaper created a section solely dedicated toward it.