Pinup Contest

The Function 4 Junction wouldn’t be complete without the annual costume contest!

Each year we celebrate the styles and trends of the 20s through the 80s with a costume contest. Costumes are judged based on several categories, making this an event for all Function attendees! Trophies and prizes will be awarded for best in show in the following categories:

  • Kids
  • Ladies
  • Men
  • Couples & Families
  • Match Your Car


Date: June 3rd, 2023 @ 2:15pm
Registration: Until 2pm day-of, by the stage at 4th & Greenwood

Meet Your Judges

Understanding your judges and their tastes are key to planning the perfect costume contest!

Nancy Gregg

Nancy is an upbeat, beautiful lady that loves to laugh and makes every one feel at home. She loves to tell stories about her life and her grand children.

Nancy was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon. She and her family moved to the United States in 1970, and in 1971 they opened up a sub shop. In 1980, they brought their business with them to Eugene. 

Nancy grew up loving to cook and working in the family business. In 2003, she opened up her own restaurant, Cedars Cafe Mediterranean Food, which she ran until 2008.

Nancy got involved in the classic car scene when she met her husband Dale in 1990. Her love affair with Dale and classic cars continues to this day!

Shirley Sutton

Shirley is a sweet, soft spoken, lovely lady. She is a proud mother of five, grandmother of seven and great grandmother of one.

Shirley has an eye for fashion and has seen many fashion styles thru the years, making her a discerning judge at this year’s Function 4 Junction costume contest.

Shirley has been married to her husband Bob for 56 years. They started Inkwell Print Shop in 1993 and sold to QSL printing in 2016. Shirley and Bob still work there part time.

Shirley and Bob have a 1968 El Camino that they bought in 2018. They enjoy going to car shows and short trips with the Top Flight Cruisers, a local group of friends who share a love of cars.

Lisanne Dickenson

Lisanne is a native Oregonian, born and raised in the Willamette Valley. She and her husband Tosh raised their family in the Junction City area. Now that the kids are grown, they’re enjoying some travel and hobbies in their free time.

Lisanne and her family own Willamette Properties Group, a real-estate brokerage in the heart of Junction City. They love serving the local community. 

She has also been a licensed firearm instructor for 25 years and enjoys teaching firearms classes.

She began volunteering for the Function 4 Junction in 2015 and was appointed to the board in 2018. Classic cars are a passion of her’s, especially her 1964 Cadillac, a North Dakota transplant affectionately named “Gladys” by her previous owner.

Lisanne enjoys seeing old friends and making new ones every year at the Function 4 Junction!