FBLA is Heading to California!

FBLA members that placed at State Conference

Nicholas County FBLA competed at the State Leadership Conference at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, KY on April 17-19, 2017. 

Students competed against the top 3 finishers from the 6 regions across the state. 

Nicholas County competed in 26 events and placed in 17 of them!!

1st Place Social Media Campaign – Alyssa Livingood
1st Place Health Care Administration – Jillian Hughes
1st Place Word Processing – Bri Barnett
2nd Place Electronic Career Portfolio – Spencer Morris
2nd Place Computer Applications – Spencer Morris
3rd Place Mobile Application Development – Alyssa Livingood, Samuel Jolly and Sydney Hatton
3rd Place Community Service Project –Jillian Hughes and Zach Linville
3rd Place Reporters Quill – Reganne Miller
4th Place Bulletin Board – Kimberly Liver, Kali Tincher, Cheyenne Johnson and Allison Myers
4th Place Introduction to Business Presentation – Isaac Moseley, Isaac Fryman and Hunter Wells
4th Place Insurance and Risk Management – Kayley Letcher
5th Place Spreadsheet Applications – Wilson Switzer
5th Place Future Business Leader – Weslee Neace
5th Place Global Business – Merrick Johnson and Devon Madison
5th Place Local Chapter Newsletter – Brycee Toadvine, Leah Gardner and Alexia Buchanan
5th Place Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure – Keeli Hughes
5th Place Local Chapter Annual Business Report – Katie Jefferson and Bri Barnett

Weslee Neace and Jillian Hughes concluded their yearlong commitment as an FBLA State Officer. 

Samantha Sowell was installed Region 5 President and a State Officer for the 2017-18 school year.

Alyssa Livingood, Bri Barnett, Zach Linville, Alexia Buchanan, Isaac Fryman, Isaac Moseley, Hunter Wells, Kayley Letcher, Wilson Switzer, Keeli Hughes and Katie Jefferson will compete at National Conference in ANAHEIM, CA at the end of JUNE!! 

Travelling to Anaheim is a trip of a lifetime and we are so blessed to be able to share this opportunity with these FBLA students.


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