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FCCLA students need funds for trip to nationals
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Family, Career and Community Leaders of America members are winners, but the celebration could be short-lived without funding. “Unless we can obtain funding for the trip, we won’t be able to go continue on to nationals,” said Ann Terry, Warren County High School FCCLA advisor, along with Suzanne Prater and Bethani Fakes.The financial situation facing the club came to light after group members attended the FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Nashville at the Opry Hotel last week and walked away competition winners. While there, they entered Warren County community service projects into state competition and won in two areas:• Taking first place were Cheyenne Clark, Makaliah Bleedner and Lindsey Basham for a project called Traveling Pants.