Four County FCCLA officers announced


Executive Officers of the over 100 member Four County Career Center Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter include, front from left, Tracy Rose (Archbold) Guest Services & Skills; Rylee Goedde (Evergreen) Early Childhood Education; Winter Rhoads (Napoleon) Interior Design; Taya Shellenberger (Fairview) Culinary Arts Management. And back, from left, Leigha Pirrwitz (Delta) Guest Services & Skills; Jadea Blair (Hicksville) Early Childhood Education; Zora Drees (Ayersville) Interior Design; and Caeley Largen (Patrick Henry) Culinary Arts Management. Among the chapter projects this year are fund raising and assisting with local community projects, participation in regional, state, and national FCCLA leadership and skill competitions, and sponsorship of student assemblies. Membership in the organization is limited to family and consumer science students.

Executive Officers of the over 100 member Four County Career Center Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter include, front from left, Tracy Rose (Archbold) Guest Services & Skills; Rylee Goedde (Evergreen) Early Childhood Education; Winter Rhoads (Napoleon) Interior Design; Taya Shellenberger (Fairview) Culinary Arts Management. And back, from left, Leigha Pirrwitz (Delta) Guest Services & Skills; Jadea Blair (Hicksville) Early Childhood Education; Zora Drees (Ayersville) Interior Design; and Caeley Largen (Patrick Henry) Culinary Arts Management. Among the chapter projects this year are fund raising and assisting with local community projects, participation in regional, state, and national FCCLA leadership and skill competitions, and sponsorship of student assemblies. Membership in the organization is limited to family and consumer science students.


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Executive Officers of the over 100 member Four County Career Center Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter include, front from left, Tracy Rose (Archbold) Guest Services & Skills; Rylee Goedde (Evergreen) Early Childhood Education; Winter Rhoads (Napoleon) Interior Design; Taya Shellenberger (Fairview) Culinary Arts Management. And back, from left, Leigha Pirrwitz (Delta) Guest Services & Skills; Jadea Blair (Hicksville) Early Childhood Education; Zora Drees (Ayersville) Interior Design; and Caeley Largen (Patrick Henry) Culinary Arts Management. Among the chapter projects this year are fund raising and assisting with local community projects, participation in regional, state, and national FCCLA leadership and skill competitions, and sponsorship of student assemblies. Membership in the organization is limited to family and consumer science students.

Executive Officers of the over 100 member Four County Career Center Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter include, front from left, Tracy Rose (Archbold) Guest Services & Skills; Rylee Goedde (Evergreen) Early Childhood Education; Winter Rhoads (Napoleon) Interior Design; Taya Shellenberger (Fairview) Culinary Arts Management. And back, from left, Leigha Pirrwitz (Delta) Guest Services & Skills; Jadea Blair (Hicksville) Early Childhood Education; Zora Drees (Ayersville) Interior Design; and Caeley Largen (Patrick Henry) Culinary Arts Management. Among the chapter projects this year are fund raising and assisting with local community projects, participation in regional, state, and national FCCLA leadership and skill competitions, and sponsorship of student assemblies. Membership in the organization is limited to family and consumer science students.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2022/10/web1_2022-23-fccla-officers.jpgExecutive Officers of the over 100 member Four County Career Center Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter include, front from left, Tracy Rose (Archbold) Guest Services & Skills; Rylee Goedde (Evergreen) Early Childhood Education; Winter Rhoads (Napoleon) Interior Design; Taya Shellenberger (Fairview) Culinary Arts Management. And back, from left, Leigha Pirrwitz (Delta) Guest Services & Skills; Jadea Blair (Hicksville) Early Childhood Education; Zora Drees (Ayersville) Interior Design; and Caeley Largen (Patrick Henry) Culinary Arts Management. Among the chapter projects this year are fund raising and assisting with local community projects, participation in regional, state, and national FCCLA leadership and skill competitions, and sponsorship of student assemblies. Membership in the organization is limited to family and consumer science students. Photo provided