FCCLA students bring home state awards
Lincoln County High School FCCLA members earned honors during the state FCCLA Convention in Nashville. Pictured (front, from left) are Joy Brown, Brooke Green, Kayley Russell, Katie Campbell, Katie Swinford, (rear) Sarah Lukacs, Kendra Taylor, Shana Womack, Lindsey Andrews and Mandy Ring.
Members of the Lincoln County High School Chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) brought home awards from the Tennessee State FCCLA Competition held recently at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville.
Winners included Joy Brown and Brooke Green, Focus on Children; Kayley Russell and Katie Campbell, Chapter Showcase; Katie Swinford and Sarah Lukacs, Culinary Arts; Kendra Taylor, Creed Speaking; Shana Womack, Applied Technology; Mandy Ring, Recycle and Redesign.
Lindsey Andrews, who served as a room consultant, assisted adviser Renea Thomas and husband, Ken Thomas, in the Promote and Publicize Event.
Kayley Russell and Katie Campbell will advance to national competition in July.
Lincoln County High School FCCLA members earning Power of One awards are (from left) Kendra Taylor, Katie Campbell, Kayley Russell, Joy Brown and Brooke Green. The students received the awards during the Tennessee State FCCLA Convention in Nashville.
Five FCCLA members received awards for completing the five-step process required to receive the Power of One Award. Power of One requires students to complete projects in five categories: Family Ties, A Better You, Working on Working, Take the Lead and Speak Out for FCCLA.
The students are Kendra Taylor, Katie Campbell, Kayley Russell, Joy Brown and Brooke Green.
In addition to earning state recognition, the five will also received an award from the national FCCLA.