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Tyler Tribute - Page 8 Wednesday. February 22, 2017 I ry 1 :RTR FCCLA High School Members RTR students observe National FCCLA Week RTR FCCLA Middle School Members Members of the Minnesota Association of Family, Career and Front row: Eryn Kraft, Jacey Jorgensen, Front row: Mya Christensen and ', back row: Coo- , Jaylen Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) will join more than 200,000 members in celebrating National FCCLA Week Feb. 13-17. This year's theme is "Unlimited Possibilities." During National FCCLA Week, members plan and carry out activities to address teen and societal concerns and show how Family and Consumer Sciences education can help them achieve the ultimate leadership experience. FCCLA has over 200,000 members and over 5,500 chapters from 49 state associations, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. The organization has involved more than ten million youth since its founding in 1945. FCCLA: The Ultimate Leadership Experience is unique among youth organizations because its programs are planned and run by members. It is the only career and technical in-school student organization with the family as its central focus. Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities. Ella Hesse, Ellie Frahm, Rebecca Brown i: and Rion Moat; row two: Makenna Greenfield, Faith Thomsen, Emilea Thooft, Cari Baune, Julia Nilles, Katelyn Welgraven, Camden Hansen, Ashley Lovre and Dawsen Bloom; back row: Emily Alexander, Tiffany Kelley; Emma Althoff, Madison Lawrence, Alek Hol- mes, Garret Brandt, Matt Weber, Gavin Nielsen, Grace Klumper, Samuel Nibhe. [Chapter Officer at Large), Collin (Chapter President), Lauren Myles Williams, Chris Cauwels, Baartman, Katie Ekema and Dalton t Hansen, Cameran Jaylen er, 'r row five: Brooke Burd , Riley Hess, Annie Nichols, M ' Williams, Collin Johnson, Jaden Borman and Lillie Johnson; Baa an son Weets Max Schardin, Evan Swanson, Jacob Rodriguez, Bill Barber, Donovan Fields, Alex Duus, Jorgensen, Anthony Jarzembowski, Jaden Linda Richard Escarsega, National FFA Week Feb. 18-25, 2017 i i T URPOSE TO ACTIO '~:~ ~ ~i~!(i ~ / ): Dressen (Chapter Treasurer), Hallie Lingen Lacey Barke (Chapter Vice President) and Steph Kuhlman Dazja Gilmore, Rhaegyn Petersen, Ashley Owen, Parker Wendland, ]ared Hauswedell, Jared Christensen, and Tucker Benson; row four: Boone VanOverbeke, Sara Peterson, Andrea Escher, Brenna Alexander and iake Fischer, Andrew Williams, Jonah Johnson, Weets, John Sutherland, Zach Marr, Casey Petersen, Eli ! Karley Cun ngham; row seven: layden 'Cos, Jose Hernandez, Luke Johnson and Tucker Baune; row eight: Cade FFA members were absent from this photo. 20 5 A & C Excavating Apollo Water Services Bruender's Corner Mart CHS Citizens State Bank Denny's Repair- D&J Auto Parts Drake Chimney Service and Concrete Construction First Independent Bank Gylling Seed Hope Mutual Insurance Johnson Trenching Jorgensen Financial Services Kelly Knudsen State Farm Agency Knudsen's BP Amoco Lyon - Lincoln Electric Miller Legal Strategic Planning Centers, P.A. Natural Touch Massage and Healing Petersen Law Office, PLLC Schuneman Equipment Company Southwest Family Chiropractic Sturdevant's Auto Parts TE Underground Thrifty White Pharmacy Timber Tavern Tyler American Legion Tyler Body Shop Tyler Electric Tyler Lumber Company Tyler Tribute Woodstock Communications