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The Dress Code is designed to promote safety and inclusion for all. Clothing worn by participants should be neat, clean, and practical for the activity occurring. When participating in this event, youth and adults are representing themselves and their organization. 

Casual Wear:

  • Pants/shorts/skirts
  • Shirt/sweater/hoodies
  • Comfortable shoes/ sandals

Business Casual:

  • Nice slacks/pants/skirt
  • Button-up shirt/blouse
  • Pants suit/skirt
  • Comfortable/dressy shoes

Formal Wear:

  • Dresses
  • Suits and suit jackets
  • Dress pants/slacks
  • Button-up shirt
  • Bow ties/ties/suspenders
  • Dress shoes


Should be free of any reference to: 

  • Drugs
  • Alcohol
  • Sex
  • Profanity
  • Violence
  • Political affiliation

All other clothing must cover undergarments.


Should be long enough to ensure safety and comfort in the activity occurring.

Dress-up to Semiformal:

Should cover your midriff. Outfit should be long enough to stay put while moving about.


Should be practical and reflect the activity occurring. Closed-toe shoes are a necessary precaution for specific activities and will be required during those activities.