FCCLA will be sponsoring the annual “Cutest Contests” at the Elementary Carnival which will be held at the West Forest School on Friday, May 3 at 6:00 pm. One contest will be for Forest County’s Cutest Baby. Any child who is age 2 or younger can be entered by submitting a picture of the child to the West Forest High School Office. Please put the child’s name, parent’s name and phone number on the back of the photo. If you would like the photo returned, please also note that on the back. The second contest is for Forest County’s Cutest Pet. The same procedure of picture submission will be used for this contest. Contestants will be voted for during the carnival by placing money into the various containers. The baby or pet receiving the most money will be declared the winner and the picture will be published in the Forest Press and be given a $10 gift certificate. All profits will help the FCCLA National Team go to the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA this summer.
Picture of Belle Ralston and her puppy, Ivy
The Karl P. Seiffert Chapter of the National Honor Society at East Forest High School in Marienville held its induction ceremony on April 3, 2019, with four students being inducted as permanent members and one as a probationary member. Induction into the society is based on: Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service.
Pictured are: Jarrett Kahle and Daniel Parrett (permanent members), Taylor Andrews, Tessa Korchak, Shania Styen, and Luke Cussins (newly inducted permanent members), and Corbin Micale (probationary member).
Pictured are Mrs. Lori Beatty and her daughter, FCCLA State Officer, Rachel Beatty. Mrs. Beatty was honored at the State Leadership Conference in Seven Springs during March. She received the Spirit of Advising Award and will be recognized at the National Leadership Conference this July.
Three East Forest FCCLA students were recognized at the State Leadership Conference held in Seven Springs from March 20 – 22, 2019. These students were recognized for completing the five units of Power of One. Students work independently to accomplish goals in leadership and self-improvement. The girls will be recognized on the national website following the national conference in July (www.fccclainc.org). Pictured are: State Officer, Angelina Harp – Senior at East Forest HS; Tessa Korchak – Junior at East Forest HS; and State Officer, Rachel Beatty – Senior at Warren County Christian School.