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WMS FLBA recognized a regionals
EDU walker FBLA regional winners
Front row, from left: Natalie Pattison, Courtney McNeal, Ashlynn Howard, Ron Dumas, Marissa Pitts, Mathew Rowe and Hannah Williams; back row: Jamie Wilson, Love Turner, Hannah Gordon, Madison Steen, Maegan Deloach, Kenzie Levesque, Aleigha Rowan and Rachel Sadeck. Not pictured is Brianna Bray. - photo by Photo provided.

Students who placed are:

First place
• Mathew Rowe: business concepts, parliamentary procedures
• Jamie Wilson: Internet concepts
• Natalie Pattison: Business communication,
creed recital
• Love Turner: personal finance
• Ron Dumas: public speaking
Second place
• Aleigha Rowan: business computations
• Madison Steen: FBLA concepts, personal finance
• Maegan Deloach: Internet concepts
Third place
• Rachel Sadeck: computer concepts
• Maegan Deloach: FBLA concepts
• Aleigha Rowan: business communication
Fourth place
• Love Turner: business math
• Hannah Williams: business spelling, Internet
• Ashlynn Howard: parliamentary procedures
• Ron Dumas: business communication
Fifth place
• Brianna Bray: business math
• Hannah Gordon: business spelling
• Marissa Pitts: FBLA concepts
• Courtney McNeal: Internet concepts
• Rachel Sadeck: parliamentary procedures
• Kenzie Levesque: personal finance

Forty students from Walker Middle School’s Future Business Leaders of America club traveled to Wayne County High School on Jan. 19 to attend a region leadership conference.
The students competed in various events through online testing and video recordings. They also attended two leadership workshops.
Sixteen WMS students were recognized for placing in the regional events and will advance to the state competition March 1 in Macon.
Walker Middle FBLA also won the middle-level Region 3 overall sweepstakes.

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