FCCLA Participants Enjoyed their Experience at State ConventionPublished by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 03/26/2010 - 13:45
FCCLA, (Family Career and Community Leaders of America), student Amberly Larsen who is the state officer of FCCLA was awarded a scholarship for her interest in the field of family and consumer science education. The requirements needed for this scholarship was her participation in FCCLA for two years, fill out an application and be interviewed as well. She has proven her leadership skills through her hard work and dedication and she was one of the four candidates that received this prestigious scholarship.
Sisters Katie and Annie Morris received second place in their project called “Star Events Students Taking Action with Recognition.” This project was to promote and publicize FCCLA and received many awards, including the silver medal in state and the bronze for region. Katie said this of their project, “It was lots of fun and a good experience for us.” Though they wished they could’ve gone to nationals, they were happy that they participated in this project. “It was a good experience being in front of the judges”, Annie said. Congratulations to all the participants, and to Amberly Larsen for representing Spanish Fork and receiving the scholarship.