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Long FBLA students dress for success
The following Walker Middle School sixth- through eighth-graders — back row, from left — recently dressed for success: Britney Milton, Hannah Golden, Tayler Poole, Josiah Jeffers, Jonathon Everson, Shawn Laws, Johari Hutchison, Matthew Rowe, Taylor Dinkins, Taylor Cornell, Anita Sanders and Ruby Norman. Front row, from left: Hannah McGowan, Carlee McClleland, Ashley Middleton, Taylor Burnside, Aleigha Rowan, Skyla Moody, Madison Steen, Rachael Lohsandt and Cheyenne Kuzlik. - photo by Photo provided.
Walker Middle School’s Future Business Leaders of America group had its first meeting of the new school year Aug. 12. Members discussed upcoming events and activities, including a monthly “dress for success” day.
The Georgia FBLA dress code requires members to dress professionally for conferences and for business dealings. The first dress for success day was Aug. 17.
Walker Middle School’s FBLA has 58 members. Club sponsors Amanda Sikes and Julia Ann Cray-Smiley, who are keyboarding/computer lab instructors, say they’re excited about the new school year and the many events the group has planned. Students interested in joining FBLA should contact Sikes or Smiley.
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