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HOISINGTON — Super hero capes and  masks added effect for Kylie Broeder and Kayleigh Bitter when they presented a Powerpoint and spoke about the accomplishments of the Hoisington High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America at the recent state competition.
The result was Broeder, Bitter and Kayla Reisner, who is a post-secondary member of FCCLA, will all be making a trip to the national competition in San Antonio, Texas, from July 5-10.
Reisner presented a program on rain forests at the Hoisington Recreation Commission youth program last summer and developed that event into a presentation at the FCCLA district ...

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