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FCCLA: Students heading to Florida

March 16, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — When students are passionate about a project, they excel.

Eight Columbia City High School young women have been highly motivated and are now reaping the rewards by going to the FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) national finals in Orlando, Fla., this summer.

Nicole Singer, Sarah Fahl, Lyndsey Brommer and Cassy Workman have all won silver medals at the FCCLA state conference and contest March 1-3 in Indianapolis and are heading to Orlando. Others attending were Gabby Anglin, Jessica Deathe, Megan Goldwood and Chelsie Fisher. Their advisor is Alissa Roberts of CCHS.

The young women arrived in Indianapolis and attended the opening session at the state leadership conference in which Monte Stiles served as keynote speaker.

Participation in state programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers, and communities.

If anyone would like to donate money for the young women to travel to the national contest contact Roberts at 244-6136, ext. 3306 or e-mail her at robertsad@wccs.k12.in.us.
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