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Students hone leadership skills
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Members of the Lewis Frasier Middle School Future Business Leaders of America pose for a photo. - photo by Photo provided.
Lewis Frasier Middle School FBLA chapter members placed at the Future Business Leaders of America Region Leadership Conference in Savannah on Feb. 3.
The local FBLA members won four first place, five second place and one fifth place position at their region III competition at Savannah Arts Academy. The competition was part of a one-day program for FBLA members from around the Southeast region and the chapter had 11 members attending. Members were busy participating in workshops to sharpen their skills in leadership, community service, career development and competitive events. Advisor Sherry Baker said, “We were really proud of all our chapter representatives this year at (RLC). We are thrilled our community could be so well represented by our winners.”
First places went to Alexander Demmings in business computation, Miriam Madison in career exploration, Amber Floyd in introduction to FBLA and Wyatt Richey in parliamentary procedure concepts.
Second places went to Ayonna James in business concepts, Shaundra Jarrell in business spelling, Joshua Powers in computer literacy, Tanner Knoblich in introduction to FBLA and Jovonna Reid in personal financial concepts.
Honorable mentions went to Todd Hornbuckle in employability skills and Mary Wilson in proofreading and editing.
The members also started preparation for FBLA state and national competitions
Baker said “We were happy to represent Lewis Frasier Middle School by attending the meeting and accepting our awards.”
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