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Grandview students make their mark at state FCCLA conference

six students from grandview their medals and plaques in the lobby of the conference.Six students from Grandview High School earned awards, gained valuable experience and made new friends during the 2016 Colorado FCCLA Conference, held March 31-April 2 in Denver.
 
FCCLA is a Career and Technical Student Organization focusing on family, career preparation, and leadership development. Colorado FCCLA is one of 52 state chapters of National Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America. Colorado FCCLA started in 1946 and has grown to over 125 chapters with over 2,500 members.

Thy Nguyen and Alyssa Anglin holding their plaques and medals. Both smiling as they will compete in san diego in july. Students who attended the Colorado FCCLA Conference had the opportunity to interact with students from around the state, showcase the leadership skills they developed throughout the year and compete in 40 different events. All six of Grandview’s students won awards and two students, Thy Nguyen and Alyssa Anglin, earned the opportunity to represent Colorado at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference, July 3-7, in San Diego, Calif.

Congratulations to these GHS FCCLA students:

Alyssa Anglin wearing a blue blouse holding her 1st place plaque.Thy Nguyen in a black polo holding her first place plaque. Abbie Inzana wearing a black and white dress holding her gold medal.
Senior Alyssa Anglin  received 1st place gold in Interior Design.Senior Thy Nguyen  received 1st place gold in Hospitality & Tourism.Junior Abbie Inzana  received gold in Focus on Children.
Kristina Armijo wearing a beige and black blouse with her silver medal. Brianne Gilbert wearing a black dress holding her silver medal. Carol Johnson in a black dress holding her silver medal.
Sophomore Kristina Armijo received silver in Gourmet Foods-Savory.Senior Brianne Gilbert, received silver in Thematic Table Design.Sophomore Carol Johnson received silver in Teach & Train.
Posted 4/7/2016 9:48 AM
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