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Langdon students earn high honors at FCCLA competition

Several students from Langdon Area High School earned high honors at the recent FCCLA District 3 competition held in Devils Lake. Ten members of the Langdon Area FCCLA Chapter also earned a trip to the state competition in April. Abby Forest, Cloe Roberts and Morgan Thielbar (top left photo) teamed up to receive a gold in Life Event Planning where they created a budget for prom expenses and practiced comparison shopping. Their project advanced to state competition. Claire Hiltner (top second from left) earned silver and qualified for state competition in Career Investigation. For her project, she researched nursing as a career and participated in job shadowing at Cavalier County Memorial Hospital. Alexa Schneider and Marlee Hetletved (top third from left) received gold in the Chapter in Review category and will participate in the state competition. Halle Sanders and Hailey Thorlakson (top right photo) participated in the Life Event Planning event, creating a budget and comparison shopping for class trip expenses. Tucker Regner (bottom left photo) earned silver and first place earning him a trip to the state competition. He participated in the Illustrated Talk category with a presentation on Seizures and Epilepsy. Lizzie Muhs and Kiarra Hodek (bottom second from left) also earned silver in the Interpersonal Communications category and will participate in the state competition. They worked with middle school students to bring awareness to hurtful language and how to end it. Abby Romfo (bottom third from left) earned a gold and will take part in the state competition with her Career Investigation project in which she researched careers in social services and completed interviews with employees at Cavalier County Social Services and Maple Manor. Tera Mittleider and April Kratcha (bottom second photo from right) participated in the Chapter Service Project category presenting about their hat and mitten drive.



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