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Toombs Students at State FBLA
Saturday, 05 April 2014

April 5-- Toombs County FBLA members “Charted Their Course” all year and sailed to success at the 2014 FBLA State Conference in Atlanta.

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Fourteen students competed in events, attended leadership workshops, watched new competitions, and supported local chapter President and State South Area Vice President Michala Coursey as she completed her final duties as a Georgia State Officer.

The chapter placed 10th in the state as a Superior Gold Chapter of the Year, 3rd in Local Chapter Annual Business Report, and 4th in Community Service Project which was presented by Monique Slaughter, Katelyn Medley, and Mark Deardorff.

Nine members were recognized for completing one or more levels of the Business Achievement Awards including Amie Simmons, Kirsten Powell, Kaitlyn Medley, and Mark Deardorff who completed the Future Level, Monique Slaughter and Haley Edge who completed the Future and Business Levels, Cheyenne Jackson who completed the Business Level, Dustin Wingard who completed the Leader Level, and MichalaCoursey who completed the America Level—the highest level of achievement.

Senior member and Chapter Secretary, Monique Slaughter was recognized for Honorable Mention Who’s Who in Georgia FBLA. Michala Coursey received the Presidential Service Award signed by President Obama, and both Michala Coursey and Monique Slaughter received Outstanding FBLA Member scholarships.

                FBLA prepares over 250,000 high school students to be future leaders in the business world. Part of this preparation is chapter activities that promote service, education and progress in these future business leaders.

 

 
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