MVCTC students succeed at state FCCLA competition


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Culinary Arts junior Destiny Getchell (Twin Valley South) placed third and received a silver rating in Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation.


Early Childhood Education senior, Abigail Adkins (Eaton) placed first at State FCCLA and received a gold rating in Illustrated Talk.


CLATYON — Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education, and Hospitality Services students competed in the Ohio Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Competition April 27-28, in Columbus. Many students qualified to represent Ohio at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference July 2-6, in Nashville, Tennessee.

MVCTC students winning their state competition and qualifying for the National FCCLA Competition included:

Early Childhood Education senior, Abigail Adkins (Eaton) placed first at State FCCLA and received a gold rating in Illustrated Talk.

Culinary Arts junior Destiny Getchell (Twin Valley South) placed third and received a silver rating in Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation..

The following MVCTC students placed at the State FCCLA Contest:

Senior Culinary Arts Team of Jacob Jenkins (Eaton), Jennifer Fisher (Bethel), Zyonda Gibson (Northmont), and Madison Whitney-Schaale (Miamisburg) received a gold rating.

Culinary Arts junior, Natalie Perry (Eaton) received a gold rating in Creative Cakes

Culinary Arts juniors, William King (Trotwood) and Caleb Carson (Twin Valley South) received a gold rating in Life Event Plan

Early Childhood Education seniors Victoria Stump (Arcanum) and Ashley Brown (Preble Shawnee) received their Power of One award at FCCLA State.

Culinary Arts junior Destiny Getchell (Twin Valley South) placed third and received a silver rating in Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/05/web1_ctc_Destiny-Getchell.jpgCulinary Arts junior Destiny Getchell (Twin Valley South) placed third and received a silver rating in Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation.

Early Childhood Education senior, Abigail Adkins (Eaton) placed first at State FCCLA and received a gold rating in Illustrated Talk.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/05/web1_ctc_Illustrated-Talk-Abbey.jpgEarly Childhood Education senior, Abigail Adkins (Eaton) placed first at State FCCLA and received a gold rating in Illustrated Talk.

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