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Adventure is out there, so reach for the sky

By Victoria Pierce, Utah FCCLA VP of Public Relations

On September 24 and 25 Utah FCCLA had their annual Fall Leadership Conference. At the conference the state officer team introduced the 2013-2014 FCCLA theme, motto, and goals. Our theme is “Adventure is out there!” Our motto is “Reach for the sky!” We had workshops for members to learn more about this year’s theme and goals. The fun didn’t stop there. Utah FCCLA had not one but two amazing keynote speakers, Johnny Covey and Porter Ellett. Johnny Covey reminded us to stay in our heart and not in our head. Then Porter Ellett shared his message, “DOn’t quIT”. Remember to “Reach for the Sky” because “Adventure is Out There!”

Alexandria Palmer, chapter president at North Sanpete High School, said this about the conference, “I learned quite a bit at the conference. It was very informative to me, a first timer. I enjoyed the speakers and thought the workshops were put together very well.”

“At Fall Leadership, chapter officers were given helpful tips and tricks on how to improve their chapter, received helpful information about FCCLA to share with their members, and learned how to become better leaders in their own community! Fall Leadership was my chance to meet other FCCLA members who are as eager to learn more about FCCLA as I am! I was inspired by the dedication of our members and shared in the excitement of being a part of a truly amazing organization!” said Mikaela Bingham, Utah FCCLA 2nd Vice President.

2013-2014 FCCLA Theme, Motto, and Goals

Theme: Adventure is Out There!

Motto: Reach for the Sky

Goals:
Membership — “Jump Aboard”
Each chapter increases chapter membership from the previous year.

National Programs/Participation — “Complete the Journey”
Each chapter has members complete one National Program, other than Community Service. Each chapter submits at least one National Program to Nationals.

Partnership/Publicity — “Get Your Search On”
Each chapter works to expand community awareness of FCCLA through formation of new partnerships and public relations.

Communications and Community Service — “Imagine the Possibilities”
Each chapter completes a meaningful and beneficial service project with emphasis on Share Our Strength and high member involvement. Projects will be submitted to Share Our Strength or the National Program, Community Service.

“I always love to attend Fall Leadership because it is so fun to see all the leaders in training. The [FCCLA student members] do such a great job and their energy revitalizes me for the upcoming year,” said Auralee Brooks, FCCLA adviser at North Sanpete High School.

2013-2014 FCCLA State Officers

 

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