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By Terri King
Special to The Record 

Odessa FBLA chapter recognized


Last updated 7/1/2020 at 9:23pm

Terri King | Special to The Record

Odessa High School FBLA members won a special award for their project to collect donations for 1,300 pairs of new underwear and deliver them to Teen and Kid Closet in Spokane, where homeless kids or kids in foster care can shop for free after being referred by a social worker, school counselor or the like. The FBLA group is shown delivering their donation on Feb. 6, 2020.

NEWARK, Del. - A total of 39 middle school and high school teams were selected June 15 as winners of the Lead4Change Challenge, part of the Lead4Change Student Leadership Program that teaches students leadership lessons such as critical thinking, problem-solving, communication and collaboration. Students use these skills to develop a service project that addresses a need in their community. Each year as we wrap up the Challenge, we at the Lift a Life Novak Family Foundation and the Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning are awed by the impact students have made in their school, comm...

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