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Clarkston FFA "Stock the Trailer and Foster Care Toy Drive" Event (Photo) - 11/12/19

Clarkston, WA - The Clarkston FFA Chapter will be conducting their annual "Stock the Trailer and Foster Care Toy Drive" on Saturday, November 16th from 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Clarkston Walmart located at 306 5th Street.

Students will be collecting non-perishable food items as well as personal care items that will be donated to the Asotin County Food Bank.  In addition, they will be collecting Christmas gifts for local foster care children aged newborn to seventeen to be donated to Homes of Hope. 

We encourage you to stop by Walmart on Saturday to help FFA achieve their goal of filling a 12-foot livestock trailer with items to assist families in need.  Let’s help ensure that families in our community have the basics going into the holiday season and that all children have a gift to open Christmas day.

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"To Careers and Beyond" - Clarkston DECA 4th Grade Career Development Conference (Photo) - 11/04/19

Clarkston, WA - On the morning of Thursday, November 7th, over two hundred 4th grade students from the Clarkston School District, Holy Family Catholic School, and Cornerstone Christian School will be attending the 19th annual Career Development Conference. This event, hosted by Clarkston DECA, will take place at the Clarkston High School Auditorium and is open to the public. The conference is designed to teach the 4th grade students about entrepreneurship, running a business, and the careers available to them in entrepreneurship.

Before the conference, Clarkston DECA members worked with the 4th grade students and helped them design their own business to hypothetically open. The students worked with partners or by themselves and were assisted by teachers, parents, and DECA chapter members. Michael St. Marie, Molly Williams, and Jolee Nicholas are the coordinators of this event.

Selected business plans that students have created will be awarded titles such as Best in Pets, Best in Hospitality, Best in Service, etc. All students will receive a certificate for completing a business project and students with awarded business plans will receive a medal. At the conference, 4th grade students and DECA members will attend four business workshops hosted by local entrepreneurs: Jeff Briney with Bryden Canyon Golf Course, Chelby Smith with Sonora Roads Boutique, Wendy Ostermiller with Fur Family Cinemas, and Brian McKarcher with Living Waters.

Parents, family members, and members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend the conference.

November 7th Agenda:

CHS Auditorium

Opening: 9:15-9:30am

Workshops:
9:35-10:35am

CHS Auditorium
Awards: 10:40-10:55am

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Clarkston DECA "Bee Kind Campaign" (Photo) - 10/24/19

Clarkston, WA - Clarkston High School DECA has been hosting a “Bee Kind Campaign” at Clarkston High School and Parkway Elementary School this week.  Students at both schools are learning how easy it is and the importance of being kind. 

Clarkston DECA students will be presenting to Parkway Elementary students on October 25, 2019 about the campaign. In addition, teachers and one student from each class will receive a “Bee Kind” T-Shirt. The students are chosen by their teacher based on the kindness they display in their class daily. All students will receive a Bee Kind sticker as well. Clarkston High School DECA and Art students painted rocks with positive messages on them and placed them around Clarkston High School and Parkway Elementary School campus’.

Pictures can be sent to the Bee Kind Campaign Instagram at beekindcampaignclk. Join the campaign at Clarkston High School and Parkway Elementary by using the hashtag #beekindcampaign and be a part of this movement. Bee Kind!

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