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By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Our View: Great job the local FCCLA Chapter


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The Three Forks FCCLA Chapter had a great deal of success at the recent National Leadership Conference in California.

Earlier this month, members of the Three Forks High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter attended the National Leadership Conference in southern California.

Not only were the students able to learn a lot at the conference, they also represented Three Forks tremendously proving they are one of the best chapters in the nation.

Halee Wilson, Hannah DeLaittre, Taylor Raffety, Brooklynn Hossfeld, Gabryele Veltkamp, Carey Hanson and Morgan Carr all did a phenomenal job representing not only their school, but the Three Forks Community.

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Chapter members have some fun at the NLC.

There are over 120,000 kids nationwide involved with the FCCLA and Three Forks students were the cream of the crop. Their success with so many students and chapters nationwide is an eye opener and something the community should be very proud of. It is very hard to succeed on a national level and they did just that. They are among the best of the best.

The chapter won a national public relations award along with a fourth-place finish by Carr and Hanson for their Leo's Blanket program. There were numerous other top national finishes by Three Forks students.

This is such a feat for these students, and they are making the community a better place. The blanket project and a recent highway safety project are just two examples of positive work being done locally by the chapter.

Keep up the hard work and good luck into the future. Hopefully the success earned through hard work will encourage other Three Forks High School students to join the chapter next school year.


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