New state FCCLA officer
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Grand County High School student Juniper Roman has been elected to serve as a state officer for the Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America (FCCLA). Roman was one of seven members of the GCHS FCCLA chapter who traveled to Layton, Utah for state competition March 23-24. Roman, who has been a member of the GCHS FCCLA for two years, will also be traveling to the FCCLA national competition as a Utah officer, according to a news release from the group. FCCLA is an organization that focuses on the family and members are required to complete a variety of service projects.

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