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C-K FBLA's Red Sand Project

 

February 4, 2021

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Claysburg-Kimmel's Future Business Leaders of America chapter and school resource officer Brittany Diehl recently teamed up to create awareness for the nationwide problem of human trafficking. January was National Human Trafficking Month and members took part in the Red Sand Project in which FBLA members filled the cracks in the sidewalk in front of Claysburg-Kimmel High School with red sand. The hope was that students would see the red sand and begin asking questions, opening up a dialog about human trafficking. Participating in the Red Sand Project are (from left): Front row: Kellee Clark, McKenna Patterson, Rebekah Claar and Officer Brittany Diehl. Back row: Grace Burket, Bailey Garver, Emma Gill, Taylor Conrad, Erica Norotsky, Cameron Claycomb, Zeke Barr and Ethan Diehl.

Claysburg-Kimmel's Future Business Leaders of America chapter and school resource officer Brittany Diehl recently teamed up to create awareness for the nationwide problem of human trafficking. January was National Human Trafficking Month and members took part in the Red Sand Project in which FBLA members filled the cracks in the sidewalk in front of Claysburg-Kimmel High School with red sand. The hope was that students would see the red sand and begin asking questions, opening up a dialog about human trafficking.

Participating in the Red Sand Project are (from left):

Front row: Kellee Clark...



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