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FCCLA members from CCS attended the state convention in Lincoln April 7-9. Pictured from left, Adriana Gonzales, Gabrielle Krutsinger, Jorja Dannar, Mercedes Peterson, Tristen Stumpff, Heather Stumpff, Alexis Richmond, Delaney Krutsinger and Mackenzie Soltis. (Courtesy photo)

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FCCLA members Gabrielle Krutsinger, left, and Alexis Richmond both won a Gold in their categories as well as state championships. They will be competing at the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California June 30-July 4. (Courtesy photo)

State FCCLA conference sending two CCS students to nationals

    This year’s FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) state conference was held in Lincoln April 7-9.

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Students and sponsors who went on the FFVF trip were from left, Karl Meeske, Madison Schuller, Hannah Meeske, Parker Dillan, Dylan Dreiling, Bennett Bauerle, Mason Nordhausen and Karra Meeske. The bell they stand in front of has the names of the 396 students and 87 sponsors from Chase County who have gone on the FFVF trips over the years. (Johnson Publications photo)

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The Imperial Community Foundation Fund (ICFF) presented a check for $3,000 to the Chase County FFVF Chapter Monday. Holding the check were, from left,  ICFF member Lori Pankonin, ICFF student representative and FFVF trip attendee Hannah Meeske, FFVF President Jill Moline, ICFF member Elna Johnson, FFVF Treasurer Vanessa Swanson. (Johnson Publications photo)

FFVF students highlight rescheduled trip to D.C.

Students who attended the Chase County Chapter of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge (FFVF) trip shared their memories and experiences with the public at St.

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Kalen Wallin earned Honorable Mention in Computer Problem Solving. He placed in the top 4% of 118 contestants registered for the event. (Courtesy photo)

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Nine CCS students attended the FBLA convention in Omaha last week. Pictured, front from left, Riley Owens, Ella O’Neil, Kendra Burke, Brice Vitosh Landis Beverly, back from left, Kadin Vrbas, Evan Fisher, Kalen Wallin and Mason Nordhausen. (Courtesy photo)

FBLA students attend convention in Omaha

    Nine CCS high school students attended the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) convention in Omaha last week, said Sandy O’Neil, FBLA advisor.

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