FCCLA

Luverne FCCLA members who participated in national competition include (front row, from left) Zoe Brown, Nicole Aanenson, Alyssa Kienholz, (second row) Sam Aanenson, Mira Uithoven, (third row) Adriana Gonzalez, Jenna Schelhaas, Courtney Wendland, (fourth row) Grace Sweeney, Melissa Tweet, Mikayla Wiederhoeft, (back) Kat Siebert and Nicole Kneip. Madi Oye is not pictured.
The Luverne FCCLA Chapter had 14 students attend the state conference and compete in STAR events. Through their hard work and dedication eight students brought home a gold placing, five students brought home a silver placing and one student brought home a bronze placing. Zoe Brown placed first in...
Mira Uithoven (center) assists in Darlene Dreessen’s kindergarten class as a peer helper, and the smiling faces of the kindergartners inspired the Luverne High School senior to organize a project called “Every Pillow has a Story.” She is currently collecting material donations. Instigating a pillow fight with Uithoven are students (from left) Hailey Click, Grace Kempema, Ashton Altman and Ty Kopp.
Luverne High School senior Mira Uithoven wants to leave smiles on children’s faces through a project she is coordinating through two youth organizations. The One Million Pillowcase Challenge was started by the American Patchwork and Quilting Association and challenged quilters, sewers and crafters...
Luverne High School FCCLA students competed in the Region 3 midwinter meeting Jan. 27 in Tyler. All of the students competed in a STAR event and will advance to the state conference April 14-16 in Bloomington. Pictured are (front, from left) Courtney Wendland, Adriana Gonzalez, Mikayla Wiederhoeft...
Eleven Luverne Middle/High School students attended the State FCCLA Conference in Bloomington April 16-18. Pictured are (front row, from left) Mira Uithoven, Alyssa Kienholz, Zoe Brown, Amy Cook (adviser), (second row) Melissa Tweet, Sam Aanenson, Courtney Wendland, (third row) Nicole Aanenson, Adriana Gonzalez, (back) Mikayla Wiederhoeft, Jenna Schelhaas and Kat Siebert.
  Eleven Luverne Middle/High School students attended the Minnesota State FCCLA Conference in Bloomington April 16-18. The students had the opportunity to hear featured speakers throughout the event to help them become better leaders in their schools and communities. They also competed in a STAR (...
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