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CHS students elected FCCLA region officers

Campbellsville High School students have been elected to serve as FCCLA region officers.

 

CHS Family, Career and Community Leaders of America students attended the Region 14 FCCLA meeting on Tuesday, March 14, at Lindsey Wilson College.

 

Haley Fitch, a junior, was elected vice president of individual programs.

 

CHS freshman Jakyia Mitchell was elected vice president of community service.

 

And junior Vivian Brown was elected vice president of parliamentary law.

 

The three will attend state leadership camp this summer and conduct regional meetings and business at next year’s regional FCCLA meeting.

 

CHS senior Kyrsten Hill and sophomore Caleigh Bright will compete in STAR Events next week at the Kentucky FCCLA state convention in Louisville. The two will deliver presentations about nutrition.

 

Students attending the FCCLA regional meeting include freshman Jakyia Mitchell, sophomores Caleigh Bright, Bethany Harris and Jay Tucker, juniors Makala Antle, Vivian Brown, Shailyn Fields, Haley Fitch and Lauren Riddle and seniors Dalton Ballentine and Kyrsten Hill.

 

After the group attended the meeting, the students toured the LWC campus.

 

Deanna Campbell is the CHS FCCLA sponsor.

 

Three CHS FCCLA students were recently elected to serve as regional officers. Those elected include, from left, junior Haley Fitch, who will serve as vice president of individual programs; freshman Jakyia Mitchell, who is vice president of community service; and junior Vivian Brown, who will serve as vice president of parliamentary law.

Three CHS FCCLA students were recently elected to serve as regional officers. Those elected include, from left, junior Haley Fitch, who will serve as vice president of individual programs; freshman Jakyia Mitchell, who is vice president of community service; and junior Vivian Brown, who will serve as vice president of parliamentary law.

 

CHS freshman Caleigh Bright, at left, and senior Kyrsten Hill will compete in STAR Events at next week’s Kentucky FCCLA state convention in Louisville. They will deliver presentations about nutrition.

CHS freshman Caleigh Bright, at left, and senior Kyrsten Hill will compete in STAR Events at next week’s Kentucky FCCLA state convention in Louisville. They will deliver presentations about nutrition.

 

CHS FCCLA students attended the Region 14 meeting on Tuesday, March 14, at Lindsey Wilson College. Afterward, the students toured LWC. From left are CHS senior Dalton Ballentine, their LWC tour guide, senior Kyrsten Hill, juniors Makala Antle, Shailyn Fields, Vivian Brown, Lauren Riddle and Haley Fitch, sophomore Jay Tucker, freshman Jakyia Mitchell and sophomores Caleigh Bright and Bethany Harris.

CHS FCCLA students attended the Region 14 meeting on Tuesday, March 14, at Lindsey Wilson College. Afterward, the students toured LWC. From left are CHS senior Dalton Ballentine, their LWC tour guide, senior Kyrsten Hill, juniors Makala Antle, Shailyn Fields, Vivian Brown, Lauren Riddle and Haley Fitch, sophomore Jay Tucker, freshman Jakyia Mitchell and sophomores Caleigh Bright and Bethany Harris.

 

Three CHS FCCLA students were recently elected to serve as region officers. Those elected include, from left, are junior Vivian Brown, who will serve as vice president of parliamentary law; freshman Jakyia Mitchell, who is vice president of community service; and junior Haley Fitch, who will serve as vice president of individual programs.

Three CHS FCCLA students were recently elected to serve as region officers. Those elected include, from left, are junior Vivian Brown, who will serve as vice president of parliamentary law; freshman Jakyia Mitchell, who is vice president of community service; and junior Haley Fitch, who will serve as vice president of individual programs.

 

CHS freshman Caleigh Bright, at left, and senior Kyrsten Hill will compete in STAR Events at next week’s Kentucky FCCLA state convention in Louisville. They will deliver presentations about nutrition.

CHS freshman Caleigh Bright, at left, and senior Kyrsten Hill will compete in STAR Events at next week’s Kentucky FCCLA state convention in Louisville. They will deliver presentations about nutrition.





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