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The FCCLA purchased a new embroidery machine when they received grant money from Mid-Rivers. Mrs. Robertus and Jenna Paul filled out the paper work and put together a video when they applied for the grant. The first person to try the embroidery machine was Cooper Peterson. He helped set up the machine, figured out how to thread it by following the numbers, and then tried embroidering an animal by simply pushing the start button; it embroiders the picture you have chosen by itself. Cooper has made some joggers brand warmups on which he wanted to put an embroidered logo. The old machine was outdated, and everyone is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the new technology in the updated version. Cooper would like to embroider a brand and a doodle that he has artistically created to put on his pants. Cooper practiced embroidering a pig for the first run, and it turned out looking very professional. The new embroidery machine will be a nice addition to the FCS classes.

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