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Monthly Club Update – March

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Monthly Club Update – March

FCCLA is busy, with March being one of their biggest months of the year. They are preparing to take 22 competitors to the State Leadership Conference in Wenatchee Mar. 13-15 to compete against schools from across the State with their STAR Event projects. They have many workdays in preparation for the conference, and a parent night on Sunday, Mar. 10 where students present their projects in front of chapter members’ parents to get feedback and practice. FCCLA is also preparing to have two State Officer candidates for Region 7 running for officer positions at the State Leadership Conference.

FCCLA is busy, with March being one of their biggest months of the year. They are preparing to take 22 competitors to the State Leadership Conference in Wenatchee Mar. 13-15 to compete against schools from across the State with their STAR Event projects. They have many workdays in preparation for the conference, and a parent night on Sunday, Mar. 10 where students present their projects in front of chapter members’ parents to get feedback and practice. FCCLA is also preparing to have two State Officer candidates for Region 7 running for officer positions at the State Leadership Conference.

FCCLA is busy, with March being one of their biggest months of the year. They are preparing to take 22 competitors to the State Leadership Conference in Wenatchee Mar. 13-15 to compete against schools from across the State with their STAR Event projects. They have many workdays in preparation for the conference, and a parent night on Sunday, Mar. 10 where students present their projects in front of chapter members’ parents to get feedback and practice. FCCLA is also preparing to have two State Officer candidates for Region 7 running for officer positions at the State Leadership Conference.

FCCLA is busy, with March being one of their biggest months of the year. They are preparing to take 22 competitors to the State Leadership Conference in Wenatchee Mar. 13-15 to compete against schools from across the State with their STAR Event projects. They have many workdays in preparation for the conference, and a parent night on Sunday, Mar. 10 where students present their projects in front of chapter members’ parents to get feedback and practice. FCCLA is also preparing to have two State Officer candidates for Region 7 running for officer positions at the State Leadership Conference.

Jane Kratz, News Editor

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