FCCLA prepares for party, show

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FCCLA prepares for party, show

At the FCCLA Christmas party, everyone had to bring a food item. They also had to bring a toy to donate to a Christmas charity of their choosing.

At the FCCLA Christmas party, everyone had to bring a food item. They also had to bring a toy to donate to a Christmas charity of their choosing.

Donnette Odom

At the FCCLA Christmas party, everyone had to bring a food item. They also had to bring a toy to donate to a Christmas charity of their choosing.

Donnette Odom

Donnette Odom

At the FCCLA Christmas party, everyone had to bring a food item. They also had to bring a toy to donate to a Christmas charity of their choosing.

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Family, Career and Community Leaders of America are preparing for their annual Christmas party today, and three members will be participating in the Archer County Show Jan. 4-5.

“We’re looking forward to  our Christmas party this year,” FCCLA sponsor Donnette Odom said. “We’re going to take donations for some kind of Christmas charity at the party.”

I really hope we accumulate a lot of toys to donate.”

— Senior Audrey Schroeder

FCCLA President senior Brian De La Rosa said that he’s glad the party will also be for a good cause.

“We’re considering organizations such as Toys for Tots, Angel Tree and the Salvation Army,” De La Rosa said. “We’ll decide which one at the party. There’s going to be lots of festivities and family-friendly fun.”

Senior Audrey Schroeder said that she hopes members will bring things to donate.

“It’s for a good cause,” Schroeder said. “I really hope we accumulate a lot of toys to donate.”

Sophomores Layne Briggs, Jaxton Barrett and junior Dylan Briggs will be representing FCCLA at the Archer County Show.

“I love when my students make things and enter them in the show,” Ms. Odom said. “It lets me know that they’re excited and interested in things that we do.”

Dylan Briggs said that he’s ready for the county show.

“I’m going to make a cake,” Dylan Briggs said. “This isn’t my first time participating in the show, so I’m pretty confident I’ll do a good job this year.”

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