FCCLA brings home district gold, silver
Thirteen members of the Chase County FCCLA chapter competed at the District 11 STAR competition held in Elwood Jan.15.
STAR stands for Students Taking Action with Recognition and it is the primary contest of the FCCLA organization. Lisa Schilke and Tina Hayes accompanied the Chase County students and served as judges for the event. FCCLA Advisor Cathy Hanna also attended
Receiving a gold medal was the team of Charlie Ann Carter and Alyssa Moreno in the Family Challenges & Issues category with their speech titled “What Not to Wear.”
Receiving top silver medals and qualifying for the State FCCLA Competition were the following students:
Mitsy Cardoso and Emma Engbrecht—Health and Wellness with a speech on “Poverty.” Mylee Sorensen and Claire Kuenne—Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Project.
Abby Almanza—Illustrated Talk titled “Childhood Diabetes.”
Megan Baird—Consumer Issues—“Decorating on a Dime.”
Macy Coleman—Environmental Ambassador Project.
Haley Vitosh—Illustrated Talk “Eye Opening.”
Also receiving a silver medal were Jasmine Dannar, Caitlyn Murillo and Tagan Mays with their Health and Wellness speech “Distracted Driving.”