Teaching an important lesson


Photo submitted On February 13th, FCCLA members, Caleigh Cassetty and Kelsey Cherry, went to Macon County Junior High to talk with the 7th and 8th grade females on the importance of loving their own body. The two shared various statistics, played activities, and encourage all the girls to take part in the hashtag campaign, #iamenough. The day was a great success. All the girls learned about body image, and helpful tips to grow their own self-esteem.


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On February 13th, FCCLA members, Caleigh Cassetty and Kelsey Cherry, went to Macon County Junior High to talk with the 7th and 8th grade females on the importance of loving their own body. The two shared various statistics, played activities, and encourage all the girls to take part in the hashtag campaign, #iamenough. The day was a great success. All the girls learned about body image, and helpful tips to grow their own self-esteem.

Photo submitted On February 13th, FCCLA members, Caleigh Cassetty and Kelsey Cherry, went to Macon County Junior High to talk with the 7th and 8th grade females on the importance of loving their own body. The two shared various statistics, played activities, and encourage all the girls to take part in the hashtag campaign, #iamenough. The day was a great success. All the girls learned about body image, and helpful tips to grow their own self-esteem.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_FCCLA-COLOR.jpgPhoto submitted On February 13th, FCCLA members, Caleigh Cassetty and Kelsey Cherry, went to Macon County Junior High to talk with the 7th and 8th grade females on the importance of loving their own body. The two shared various statistics, played activities, and encourage all the girls to take part in the hashtag campaign, #iamenough. The day was a great success. All the girls learned about body image, and helpful tips to grow their own self-esteem.

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