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Walker FBLA students place at region
0126 FBLA fifth place
Ashlyn Hughes, Marissa Pitts, Skyla Moody, Taylor Cornell and Josiah Jeffers won fifth place in their categories at the FLBA region leadership conference. - photo by Photo provided.

The Walker Middle School FBLA members attended a region leadership conference Jan. 20 at Wayne County High School. Thirty-seven students attended and several won awards. The winning students will move on to compete at the state leadership conference March 4 in Macon.
• First-place winners: Natalie Pattison, proofreading and editing; Ruby Norman, personal finance
• Second-place winners:  Tayler Poole proofreading and editing; Molly Rowe, career explorations; Hannah Golden, business computations; Marissa Perry, internet concepts; and Alex Sanchez, parliamentary procedure
• Third-place winners: Natalie Pattison, business concepts; Love Turner, personal finance; and Marissa Perry, proofreading and editing
• Fourth-place winners: Molly Rowe, business computations; Love Turner, career explorations; Britney Milton, personal finance; Taylor Cornell, internet concepts; Chris Carter, business concepts; Jashaun Cochran, proofreading and editing; Elijah Joseph, parliamentary procedure; and Mathew Rowe, FBLA concepts
• Fifth-place winners: Ashlyn Hughes, business spelling; Marissa Pitts, FBLA concepts; Skyla Moody, personal finance; Taylor Cornell, computer concepts; and Josiah Jeffers, business concepts
The Walker Middle School FBLA advisers are Amanda Sikes and Julia Ann Cray-Smiley.

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