Montgomery Co. ATC FBLA competed in Region 5 Competition on March 6th at Morehead State University. There were 24 state qualifying events this year.
Montgomery County ATC FBLA Local Chapter Treasurer Austin Stigall was elected Region 5 Treasurer. First place regional winners include: American Enterprise Project Kelcie Cooper, Giovanni Lopez, Lainey Reynolds, Clay Palmer, Austin Stigall, Intro.to Business Presentation Kyndal Dunn, Gabrielle Miller, Intro.to Public Speaking Chaney Garrison, Publication Design Miranda Ledford, Lainey Reynolds, Emma Taul, Job Interview Jared Hatton, and Networking Concepts Trace Dicken. The Second place regional winners include: Accounting II Kendall Lackey, Electronic Career Portfolio Larah Ballard, Global Business Alex Fraley, Nickolas Pidgorodetskiy, Journalism Erika Martinez, Public Speaking Nicole Potter. The Third place winners include: Accounting I Royce Henderson, Broadcast Journalism Cassie Kiper, Introduction to Business Procedures Mareya Wright Intro. to Info. Technology Jacob McCormick, Intro. to Parliamentary Procedure Austin Stigall, Local Chapter Scrapbook Kelcie Cooper, Miranda Ledford, Emma Taul, Mareya Wright, Local Chapter Annual Business Report Nicole Potter, Mareya Wright, Management Information System Livia Donithan, Brooklyn Lucas, McKinley Wright, Sports and Entertainment Management Mason Anderson, Madison Ingram, Joshua Taylor. The fourth place winners include: Local Chapter Newsletter, Kelcie Cooper, Who’s Who Nominee is Nicole Potter.
The Montgomery Co. Chapter placed first in the Largest Local Chapter Membership and first in Largest Chapter Percent Increase in the Large Chapter Category with a 10% increase in membership, and Gold Level Local Leadership Challenge. The chapter will be traveling to State Competition in Louisville, KY on April 15-17th, 2019.