Teachers have friendly competition, aid hungry
Lincoln County High School teachers participating in the Decade Pageant sponsored by Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) are (from left) Faye Hill, Lisa Thomas, Hannah Posey, Janet Gray, Angie Mullins and Susan Edwards.
As part of the celebration of National Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Week, the Lincoln County High School chapter held a “Decade Pageant” for the teachers and staff.
“The teachers were asked to dress in clothing from their favorite decade,” explained Katie Campbell, chapter president. “In order to compete, teachers made a donation to ‘No Kid Hungry’.
“We are proud ‘No Kid Hungry’ has been adopted by FCCLA as a national program focus,” she added.
“No Kid Hungry” is a program made up of private citizens, government officials, business leaders and others providing innovative hunger solutions in their communities. The “No Kid Hungry” campaign works to shine a national spotlight on the crisis of childhood hunger in America.