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Houston FCCLA Students Attend Leadership Training

Houston Middle and HIgh School students attended the 2016 Missouri Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Fall Leadership Conference, October 16-17, at TanTarA Resort, Osage Beach.  More than 1,100 FCCLA members, advisers and chaperones attended the conference.  
FCCLA students were able to choose from a variety of different sessions.  Sunday sessions included training on diversity, community service and respect.  Mondays sessions included trainings for new members, chapter officers, regional officers and general leadership training.  Trainings were performed by Missouri FCCLA state officers and advisers.  Members were inspired to help others and be a positive leader.  
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is unique among youth organization because its programs are planned and run by members.  It is the only Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus.  Participation in FCCLA programs and activities help members become strong leaders in their families, career and communities.  For more information, visit the FCCLA website at
The following students from Houston attended:
Back: Maddy Wetzel, Prairie Nunnery, Summer Albrecht, Madison Graeff, Summer Reed, Riley Scheets, Janae Huff, Taylor Chipps, Charlie Jadwin Front: Jacina Crockett, Janessa Foster, Paige Dennis, Kellsi Gayer, Danielle Walker, Hannah Saywer, Callie Adey, Katlyn Bittle, Kelly Hubbs and advisor, Wytney Steelman
                     Group of Students