"Portion Distortion" was the topic of the day recently at the Ohio State Fair. Tallmadge High School FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) Club members set up their display with members of the state FCCLA officer team to shed light on problems related to childhood obesity. THS students Shyanne Annone, Cortni Blomgren, Josh Bowser, Mindy Hoang, David Leguillon, Liz Scherer and Lydia Scherer educated fairgoers about the issue of eating more food than is actually needed. Students suggested that Americans have become accustomed to the overly large portions served by restaurants and have forgotten what a normal serving should look like. They devised an interactive game where fairgoers had to match a food with the correct serving size using visuals such as a baseball, check book, deck of cards, dice and others. They then had a conversation about how to follow the guidelines from the USDA using MyPlate to make healthier meals. Students were accompanied by teachers and FCCLA advisors Kelley Smith and Stephanie Caicco.