By Katie Mullins
At MCHS the FCCLA club hosted their annual FCCLA Week. This week of fun filled activities was designed to recruit new members to the club.
FCCLA Week became a trend four years ago. It originated because the club membership was declining. FCCLA needed a way to attract new members. Now the club has grown to at least 25 members.
FCCLA Week is a school related activity that allows the students to participate in activities such as crazy hair day, twin day, wacky Wednesday, thug Thursday, and FCCLA color day, which is red and white. Spirit points are rewarded to the students who participate during the week.
This famous week takes place about once a year. It is organized by the members of the club who pick the theme for each day of the week.
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