Life to the Max and Lifetouch Productions will receive the National FCCLA Media Award in Nashville. Add this to the growing list of honors that MN FCCLA has nominated for consideration. The award will be presented July 10 in Nashville at the National FCCLA Conference. Over 7000 delegates will be attending from 50 states and District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Life to the Max TV Show was nominated for the National FCCLA Media Award by MN FCCLA. Mike Max, WCCO personality and Brian Dellis, producer have done a segment about FCCLA Leadership #125 Oh the Future’s So Bright (video during the Minneapolis Cluster meeting in Nov), the # 137 Distracted Driving Prevention segment (shot at State Conference 2012) and also a segment National FCCLA Conference taped during National Conference 2012 in Orlando.
Coming this fall will be a segment on Rachel’s Challenge and interview with Craig Scott which was taped in April.
Lifetouch Productions-“Life to the Max” TV Show featured MN FCCLA in segments. segment #125 “Oh The Future’s So Bright” and #137 “Distracted Driving Prevention” featured FCCLA state/ national officers, MN FCCLA state conference, & FCCLA State Summit. The CBS affiliate for the Life to the Max- WCCO has a coverage area of Minnesota, western Wisconsin, eastern North Dakota and eastern South Dakota and reaches 1.3 million homes. The show is also aired on Charter Media – Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan with a viewership that reaches 990,000 homes and on Cable TV channels of Midcontinent Communications. Coverage area: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota and a viewership that reaches 250,000 homes. Mike Max, (TV reporter) and Brian Dellis (producer) helped to craft the stories featuring FCCLA students at conferences, learning about National FCCLA programs including (FACTS), Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety. The stories told the contemporary issue that the teens were working on, the partnerships with various state agencies and corporations to make an impact on the knowledge, attitudes and career development of young people.
Thanks to Brian and Mike for great writing and telling the story of youth leaders in action with important issues!