EHS students take naitonal FCCLA medals

photo EHS FCCLA students who attended the organization's national conference included, from left, Tamarah Duncan (adviser), Riley Gray, Zion Mark, Rachel Frolander, Pablo Arenas and Ashlyn Gray.

Enterprise High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America joined more than 7,500 at the Music City Center in Nashville to participate in the FCCLA National Leadership Conference.

The EHS students attending were Rachel Frolander, Riley Gray, Ashlyn Gray, Pablo Arenas and Zion Mark. They competed in Students Taking Action with Recognition events and brought home medals for their accomplishments and work. Rachel Frolander received a gold in Job Interview; Riley and Ashlyn Gray received a gold in Chapter Service Project Display; Pablo Arenas received a silver in Illustrated Talk; and Zion Mark received a gold in Career Investigation.

While in Nashville, EHS students stayed at Gaylord Opryland Hotel; attended the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Andrew Jackson Hermitage; watched a fireworks show over the Cumberland River, listened to a plethora of live music, and more.

FCCLA is a career and technical student organization that helps students become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.

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