November 10, the Plevna FCCLA Chapter joined other FCCLA members from Baker, Ekalaka, Jordan, Terry and Fairview for the District 5 FCCLA meeting held at the Range Riders Museum in Miles City. The theme for the meeting was “Wanted: Empowered Leaders”. Sharla Sackman, Prairie County Extension Agent, emphasized the importance of understanding the variety of leadership qualities that each person possesses.
By Jessica Paul
By knowing the strength of each color group, students would be able to be more effective leaders and have more successful projects because teamwork provides the best opportunity for success.
The gold color represented organized type of people; orange color group were very athletic or outgoing people. The blues were very caring people, while the green group was less outgoing people but their interests are very science related.
Officers were elected for the upcoming year and then the students worked with team members from other schools and enjoyed a scavenger hunt via smartphones in the museum. Imagine looking for a hair wreath or a donut from many years past.
FCCLA members are now looking forward to planning for their state projects in March.