Brewer High School's Family Career and Consumer Leaders of America (FCCLA) competed at the Region II meeting on Feb. 23, and 10 out of 19 members will advance to the state competition in April. This is the fourth consecutive year Brewer students have advanced to state.
Brewer FCCLA Advances to State Fourth Consecutive Year
The Culinary Arts team of Derek Adkins, McKenna Brown and Alysa Evans won first place, and Kelsi Dede took second in Recycle & Redesign.
Natalie Brightman and Taylor Ramirez earned third in Focus on Children.
Fourth place winners were: Christian Cavazos, Guillermo Esparza and Joseph Hernandez in Food Innovations and Parker Lee in Teach and Train.
Sophomore Seth Caldwell was selected as one of the 17 officers who will represent the nearly 5,000 members in the region. He will serve as the Texas FCCLA Region II Vice President of Membership.
Brewer also received the Attendance Award for the highest number of registered members in 5A.
Other competitors were: Bethany Miller, Shelby Whatley, Sienna Heinecke, Rebecca Lares and Justine Espinosa. Not pictured are Michael Valero and Gabriella Vidana.
Advisors are Maggie Howard, Kaylie McPherson, Kaycee Alley and Jacky Bandy.