WW FCCLA Recognized at Virtual State Leadership Conference

The FCCLA Western Wayne Chapter received recognition at the Virtual State Leadership Conference held this past spring.  Western Wayne FCCLA received three award certificates.

The club’s adviser Mrs. Lori Lucchesi was recognized for being a PA FCCLA Adviser for five years; Western Wayne High School was recognized for outstanding FCCLA Membership for being the largest high school; and Western Wayne student Kennedy Mistishin received the great honor of being recognized as Chapter Member of the year.

Lucchesi is extremely proud of all of the work done in Western Wayne’s FCCLA chapter this year. The students helped at Western Wayne’s annual Veterans Day assembly, held a very successful Breakfast with Santa community service project, and worked many hours to prepare their FCCLA State Leadership Conference projects, among many other events and activities that the club did together.  Mrs. Paula Lamberton was a volunteer for the organization this year, and the Breakfast with Santa would not have happened without Paula’s hard work.

“I am proud of all of the efforts of Western Wayne FCCLA members,” Mrs. Lucchesi said.  “I look forward to continuing to work with our students to do more great work for FCCLA in the future.”

Pictured are students in Western Wayne’s FCCLA Club helping to greet Veterans for Western Wayne’s annual Veterans Day Assembly this past November.  From left: Paige Bell, Zoey Goldman, Kennedy Mistishin, Chapter Member of the year; Jaquelyn Morris, and Jaden Gregory.

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