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Miami Trace/Great Oaks FCCLA sends care packages to veterans

In honor of Veteran’s Day, Miami Trace/Great Oaks Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) created care packages for active duty military serving overseas. In-class FCCLA members donated items and wrote a hundred letters of appreciation to service members. “Many students included scripture, quotes or funny jokes in their words of encouragement,” said instructor Elizabeth Arledge.

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Pictured from left to right in the back row:  Mrs. Speakman, Emily Peloquin, Ryan Arledge, Haley Davis, Bethany Weidman, Shalyn Landrum. Front row from right to left: Hailee Schirm, Tabby Landrum, Kaylie Lott, and Todd Brown.

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