FCCLA Gold…

Three Meeker High School students — incoming sophomore Jenna Walsh and incoming seniors Piper Haney and Aly Ridings — traveled to Nashville, Tenn., to compete in the National Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competition after earning top gold at the state competition in Denver in April.

Brown strikes gold in California

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MEEKER |  Jordan Brown, who will be a junior this year at Meeker High School, qualified for the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Leadership Conference at the Colorado state leadership conference this past April, with teammates Elissa McLaughlin and Sage Chapin.

Students from MHS attend FCCLA conference

Twenty-two members of MHS FCCLA attended the 2011 State Leadership Conference in Denver and returned with 12 gold medals and 10 bronze. The gold medalist will attend the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif., in July. Pictured are bottom: Angela Urenda, sponsor, Andrea Cook, Katie Morgan, Kathryn Doll, Jordan Brown, Kristen Rowland, Amanda Kendall, Talia Rosas, Sage Chapin, Jessica Barnes, Zulma Olivas, Alexis Gutierrez, Perla Romero, Albi Pinela, Shelby Burke, Aly Ridings, Piper Haney, Taylor Neislen, Stephany Joos, Ariah Adams, Jessica Moyer and Dannon Bolton.

Twenty-two delegates from Meeker High School were present among the 1,000 members, advisers, alumni and guests of Colorado Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) gathered at the Denver Tech Marriott from April 7-9 for the 2011 State Leadership Conference.

FCCLA enjoys winter activites

MEEKER — To ring in the new year, Meeker’s FCCLA chapter visited Walbridge Wing residents to make some delicious treats Jan. 2.