FCCLA Awards Night and Installs Officers
FCCLA was to hold their annual Family Night Awards Recognition/Officer Installation April 23 at the High School Media Center. The evening was to begin with a welcome by President Jessica Booth and followed with a dessert reception. A slide show of the year’s activities was to be viewed during the reception. Booth was to begin the program with the opening ceremony followed with the Year in Review by Marque Albin and Abby White.
Brooklyn Kumm would then have presented the STEP One Certificates to Shayla Jacobsen, Baili Prewitt, Roni Prewitt, Katie Mauer Aiden Petersen, Brooklyn Kumm, Xavier Barron, Ashton Dane, and Ayden Stewart for their work in learning more about FCCLA and its purposes and programs
Students competing in STAR events would then have received their STAR Competition Certificates by Logan Jacobsen. Receiving certificates would have been Becca Kemnt, Alexa Meyer, and Caroline Akkinigbagbe in Food Innovation receiving a gold medal at districts and moving on to state where they also received a gold medal; Shayla Jacobsen in Repurpose Redesign receiving a gold medal at districts and moved on to state where she also received a gold medal; Roni Prewitt in Focus on Children where she received a silver medal at districts and moved on to state where she also received a silver medal; Destiny Rickard and Crystal Hintz in Job Interview both receiving silver medals at districts with Rickard moving on to the state competition and receiving a silver medal at state; Rickard and Hintz also competed in Career Investigation at districts and received silver medals there.
Leighton Median and Roni Prewitt would have presented the Power of One Awards. Four individuals completed projects this year. Receiving certificates for completing modules were Shayla Jacobsen -Family Ties Module, Logan Jacobsen- A Better You Module, and Crystal Hintz -Working on Working Module. Destiny Rickard completed the Working on Working, A Better You, Take the Lead, Working on Working and Families Ties Modules and was then recognized for completing all 5 modules. She received a certificate and plaque from the chapter and was presented the certificate she had received from the state recognition. She will also be recognized at the National FCCLA Conference, which will be a virtual conference, this summer in Washington D.C. for this accomplishment.
Adviser Ronita Jacobsen and District Officer Abby White also presented outstanding member awards. This year three members met the criteria for “Outstanding Member of the Year”. Destiny Rickard, Crystal Hintz, and Shayla Jacobsen were to be presented with their trophies. For her outstanding efforts throughout her years in FCCLA and meeting specific criteria set forth in the bylaws, Destiny Rickard was to be presented with an FCCCLA Honor Cord to wear at graduation.
Members meeting the requirements to attend Summer Incentive Activity were to receive their certificates. They were: Logan Jacobsen, Jessica Booth, Destiny Rickard, Shayla Jacobsen, Seth Tunender, Abby White, Baili Prewitt, Devon Tunender, Brooklyn Kummand Roni Prewitt. Seniors members being presented their senior gift were Becca Kemnt, Alexa Meyer, and Caroline Akkinigbagbe, and Destiny Rickard.
The night was then to conclude with the Candle Ceremony and Destiny Rickard installing the 2020-2021 officers: President-Jessica Booth, Vice-President- Brooklyn Kumm Secretary-Devon Tunender, Treasurer-Abby White, Historian-Leighton Medina, and District Representative-Marque Albin, and National Programs Logan Jacobsen.
All awards and certificates will be available for pickup at a yet to be determine date. Some awards have yet to arrive from the state department as state offices are still closed.