Montana FCCLA met for the 76th annual Leadership Conference in Bozeman March 16-17th on the MSU campus. Three Forks FCCLA members competed in STAR Events and received recognition as a Gold STAR Chapter. Carey Hansen, daughter of John and Katy Hansen, completed her term of office on the State Executive Council. Carey has served as the First Vice-President on the SEC this year. She also received a $300 Leadership and Service Scholarship and the Ultimate Leader Award. Teegan Gifford, daughter of Sean and Kira Gifford, received a silver medal in the Focus on Children Event and qualified to represent Montana at the National Leadership Meeting in Denver this summer. Branna Moore, Daughter of Jodi, and Mason Moore, received a silver medal in Chapter Service Project for the Sub for Santa project this year. Tommie Kirwan, daughter of Becky and Tom Kirwan, attended the Leadership Academy and participated in workshops at the conference.
The Three Forks Chapter also placed first in the Vision Zero Campaign which is sponsored by the Montana Department of Transportation, Montana FCCLA and the Governors Highway Safety Association. The chapter project "Drive Like a Ninja" was awarded funds through the program to carry out a traffic safety project to educate students in Three Forks about the hazards of distracted driving. The chapter was recognized as the first-place participant and received a check for $2,500.