West Forest students (left to right) Travis Swartz, Dylan Burton, and Dominic Grubbs are attending the Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW), at Lycoming College.
Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week is an intensive program that educates high school students about the American free enterprise system, bringing motivated students together with business people from throughout the state. This unique concept in learning has enhanced the lives of over 42,000 young adults for thirty-nine years.
Forest Area FCCLA Chapters bring back medals from Atlanta, Georgia. Students brought back all gold and silver medals after competing in STAR events. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America held the annual National Leadership Conference from June 27 – July 2 in Atlanta. Pictured above are (from left to right and bottom to top): Makiya Belloti, Amelia Crouse, Cassie Cochran, Dominic Grubbs, Rachel Beatty – PA State Officer, Anthony Smith, and Jacob Humes. Missing from photo is Dillon DiCorpo who had to leave early for boot camp (National Guard). Receiving gold medals were Cassie and Makiya. Receiving silver medals were Dominic, Amelia and Rachel. Jacob, Dillon and Anthony attended as room consultants/evaluators. Many thanks to the JW Bowman Proper Foundation , Marienville Minstrels, Fryburg Sportsman Club, and the Marienville VFW for their grants which enabled these students to compete as well as attend leadership and career workshops and attend meetings and speakers.
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