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FCCLA to attend Halloween conference

posted Oct 25, 2017, 11:04 AM by Unknown user

Halloween is known to be the spooky holiday where kids go door to door collecting candy, but for FCCLA, Halloween has become a day to gain ideas for events that will benefit the community and school. FCCLA will leave on Oct. 31 to go to the conference in El Dorado.

“This will help us come up with ideas to help the school and community in the future,” sophomore Jayden Stanley said.

FCCLA members hope to bring home new ideas to plan events in the future. Stanley said the organization wants to do something for hurricane relief, and this conference will help build on the ideas they already have. The event will also help the organization and its members as a whole become better.  

“It will be a boost for our group because everyone is new,” junior Lexi Fisher said. “It’ll also give everyone a better understanding of what FCCLA is and does.”

With most of the new members attending the conference, it is expected that each member will gain a better understanding of this organization. When the members understand what they are doing for the community and school, they are likely to be more involved.

“I’m excited to gain the leadership experience,” junior Audrey Doffing said.

Not only will this conference help the group come up with ideas, it will help the members learn to be good leaders and active participants in the school and community. This Halloween FCCLA will collect ideas instead of candy, but they will still have the chance to dress up for the holiday.   






District Conference

Oct. 31

El Dorado