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FBLA wins $10K for OMHC and $2K for tech

 

Last updated 5/30/2018 at 12:20pm

--Photo courtesy of Terri King.

FBLA members visited the Central Washington University campus April 4. Front row: Kenadie Elder, Caitlyn Schuh, Kaya Kuchenbuch-Curo, Maddie Scrupps, Josie Westmoreland, Ceianne Mankel. Second row: Noah Anderson, Jayd Jennings, Kassidy Crossley, Tori Weishaar, Brenna Carstensen, Maddy Wagner, McKennah Davison, Eric Johnston, Keith Strebeck, Ireland Luiten, Megan Shafer, Emma Caler. Third row: Jakob Starkel, Brady Walter, Pilot Weishaar, Camden Weber, Colton Hunt, Theron Schlomer, Colton Messer and Destiny German. Back row: Jaden Hunt, Jett Nelson, Tim DeWulf, Marcus King and Josh Clark.

Odessa High School has been awarded $10,000 for their school's nonprofit of choice and $2,000 in technology grants as one of the winners of the Lead2Feed Challenge. Through the Lead2Feed program, Odessa High School students identified the greatest needs of Odessa senior citizens-loneliness, exercise, assistance and nutrition-and addressed these issues by cooking meals, planning social events and hosting exercise classes.

The Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program empowers students to make a difference in their community through team-led projects. In 2018, students partnered with local non-pro...



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