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Ella Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

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The FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) is currently fundraising by selling personalized keychains, mirrors, and buttons.

The goal of the organization is to provide personal development and leadership opportunities to youth. Students at Lafayette participate in community service, such as volunteering at God’s Pantry. The fundraising money will help towards allowing the club to participate in STAR events, sponsored by the national organization. These are competitive events, in which members demonstrate and develop, career and leadership skills.

You can purchase the FCCLA’s products all year by either seeing an FCCLA member or visiting room 130. Keychains are $10, mirrors are $5, and buttons are $3.

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Ella Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

A member of the Lafayette newspaper when it was the Lafayette Ledger, Ella Johnson is now Editor-in-Chief of the Times. Being a senior, she seeks to pursue...

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