District 7 State Officer
Maia Schweikert, Vice President of Correspondence
DISTRICT 7 LEADERSHIP TEAM:
Welcome to District 7, where the rolling, green foothills reach toward the mountains and are populated with flowing rivers.
Visiting District 7 in the Fall?
Go see the beautiful changing colors on the blue ridge parkway.
Go see the many festivals, such as the apple festival in Wilkesboro or the pumpkin festival in Elkin.
Head up to the Appalachian Mountains and see some exciting college football.
To get a spook, head over to Tweetsie Railroad around Halloween.
Visiting District 7 in the Spring?
Race over to the Nascar Experience in Rowan county.
Zip over to Beanstalk Ziplines in Avery County
For you treasure hunters visit Emerald Hollow Mine in Alexander County.
Visiting District 7 in the Winter?
Hit the slopes at Sugar Mountain in Watauga County.
Looking to explore other cultures, visit 87 Ruffin Street Gallery in Avery County.
Cozy up with a nice cup of coffee at Backwoods Bean in Alleghany County.
Visiting District 7 in the Summer?
Boat on over to Lake Norman in Iredell County.
Explore Stone Mountain State Park in Alleghany County.
Relax at Divine Yoga in Davie County.
I can’t wait to see what aspects of your counties and cultures you all bring to Nashville! Callie Khouri once said “One of the magical things about Nashville is just how many incredibly talented people are here and the way they support each other.” So get in the Nashville spirit and support your chapter members as they put their best boots forward.
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NC FCCLA Vice President of Correspondence, Maia Schweikert