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February 12, 2015

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Rock Port FCCLA

FCCLA OFFICER’S ANSWER...

Rock Port FCCLA 2014-15

Front row: Advisor Crystal Goins, Dayle Davis, Journi Burke, Kaleigh Farmer,
Jordyn Jakub, Crystal Schomburg, Chloe Sierks, and Jade Lemmon. Second row:
Amber Cook, Montana Martin, Juleighanne Adams, Shelbie Gaines, Ashlynn
Daugherty, Madison Taylor, Taylor Paulo, Naoma Davis, Abbie Hale, Mystie
Robinson, Gretchen Tharp. Third row: Melanie Wilson, Raina Fritzler, Hannah
Mace, Hannah Miller, Caytn Chamberlain, Megan Stevens, Jackie Bradley,
Paityn Alberti, Jamie Garst, Sammantha Giddinge. Not pictured: Dalton Jones,
Brady Minter, Brianna Gutierrez, Tabitha Gibson and John Barnhart.

What has been your
favorite activity that FCCLA
has done this year? (201415)
Chloe Sierks- Vice
President of Membership:
The Halloween Service Project
Dayle
DavisParliamentarian and Student
Council Rep: The Cluster Trip
Kaleigh Farmer- Vice
President of STAR Events:
Cluster
Jordyn Jakub- President:
Cluster
Jade Lemmon- Reporter:
Parent’s Day Out
Journi Burke- Historian:
Parent’s Day Out
CJ Schomburg-Treasurer
and Secretary: Parent’s Day
Out

FCCLA 2014-15 Officers include, Front row, left to
right: Chloe Sierks, Jade Lemmon, Kaleigh Farmer
and Dayle Davis. Back row, left to right: Jordyn
Jakub, Crystal Schomburg and Journi Burke.
Pictured here at the May 5, 2014 FCCLA Awards
Banquet.

Rock Port FCCLA goes “Deep in the Heart
of Texas” for Nationals
by Jade Lemmon, FCCLA Reporter

At approximately 6:30 a.m., on Saturday, July
5, 12 students from the Rock Port FCCLA Chapter
departed on a two day road trip ending “Deep in the
Heart of Texas” at the city of San Antonio. These
students make up the four state gold medal STAR
(Students Taking Action with Recognition) event
groups that attended leadership development
workshops and earned the honor of competing
nationally at the 2014 Family, Career and
Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
National Leadership Conference, July 6-10.
More than 7,000 FCCLA students, teachers
and business professionals from across the nation
gathered in San Antonio for this event. This year’s
conference theme was “SOAR.”
Among those competing from Rock Port were
Juleighanne Adams, Paityn Alberti, Jackie
Bradley, Journi Burke, Dayle Davis, Kaleigh
Farmer, Jamie Garst, Jade Lemmon , Hannah
Mace, Ethan Miller, Chloe Sierks and Melanie
Wilson. Crystal Goins, Shauna Framer, Jill
Davis, Joanna Burke and Kayla Sierks served
as FCCLA chapter advisors and drove the 873
plus mile trip.
Top winners earn gold, silver or bronze medals.
Rock Port brought home three silver and one gold
from Texas.

Pictured just outside their hotel in San Antonio, Texas are - Front row: (left to
right) Dayle Davis, Paityn Alberti, Chloe Sierks, Hannah Mace and Jamie Garst.
Back row: Ethan Miller, Journi Burke, Juleighanne Adams, Kaleigh Farmer,
Jackie Bradley, Jade Lemmon and Melanie Wilson.

Upon arrival Rock Port students
explored the hotel, complete with glass
elevator and roof top pool. They were
able to walk right out the doors and onto
the famous river walk. All in one place
were the experiences of many different
types of restaurants, people and birds.
As a group we found out several have
a fear of birds. Now shopping was a
different story. There were so many
shops to choose from and not enough
time to visit them all.
The Six Flags amusement and water
park was a blast. The group had a
chance to be adventurous and have
tons of fun together. Most had never
been on many of the roller coasters or
water rides to choose from. The day
was topped off by an awesome laser
and fireworks show.
Sea World was an amazing adventure
all in itself. The Shamu Show was
spectacular. The whales were great
performers and the trainers were
energetic and enthusiastic, which made
the whole show a lot of fun to watch.
The road trip home was a 13 hour
test of everyone’s ability to get along.
The trip as a whole allowed us to bond
as a FCCLA family and many fell in
love with the City of San Antonio. Like
all FCCLA events it was a growing
and learning experience that leaves
anticipation for the next adventure.

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