|Service sale successful|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
HHS Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and FFA held their annual service sale and rocky mountain oyster fry Tuesday, March 27.
Income from the sale came in at $5,850. FFA members sold for a total of $3,055 while FCCLA raked in $2,795. Income from the meal was $1,555.
FFA sold 21 members and an adviser at an average price of $139, with Mariah Struckmeyer and Kelsey Kramer both topping the $200 mark. Struckmeyer sold for $230 while Kramer followed at $210.
FCCLA sold 23 members and an adviser at an average of $116, with Megan Vieselmeyer and Erin Vieselmeyer selling for the most at $180 apiece. Adviser Karen Pieper sold for $200.
FCCLA and FFA members expressed sincere appreciation for the support received. The money from the fund raiser allows students to attend leadership training conferences.
Holyoke Enterprise April 5, 2012