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Chapter Spotlight: Rich Hill FCCLA

Editors Note:  When I went to the school website to get the links for this article, the photo of the FCCLA chapter and of their project was on the front page of the district website.  It's great to see the district support of the Rich Hill FCCLA Chapter!  This post submitted by Vickie Popplewell, Rich Hill FCCLA Chapter Advisor.  Thanks for sharing the project with us.

FCCLA Halloween Costume Contest

October 29 started out like most days in the Rich Hill R-4 School District. By 8 a.m. it was obvious that this was no ordinary day. The cast from Johnny Depp’s “Alice in Wonderland”, butterflies, fairies, witches, zombies, and many more strange characters roamed the halls of academia. Funny or scary as they seemed, each character did its part to help the Bates County Food Pantry.

Each student that dressed in costume donated a minimum of three non-perishable food items. They were then entered in the FCCLA 2010 Halloween Costume Contest. The eighth grade members of FCCLA organized and facilitated the contest. These members are Hayley K., Whitli T., Kayla C., and Katelynne W.  Hourly winners were chosen from the “best of the best” list. Grand prize winners were selected from the best boy, best girl, and best adult costumes. The grand prize winner for the best boy costume was Aiden H., as a very old man with a walker. The grand prize winner for the girl catagory was Jordann W. as Johnny Depp’s character of the Mad Hatter. Kathlene C. was the adult winner. She was a tea bag.

By the end of the school day, all costume participants had a great time. One hundred and ninety-five food items were collected. The FCCLA 2010 Halloween Costume Contest was declared a success by the local chapter. 

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