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FBLA Competes Well at Virtual State Leadership Conference

Montgomery Co. ATC FBLA

Montgomery Co. ATC Future Business Leaders of America - Virtual State Leadership Conference 

                                                                                                              

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In the month of May, Montgomery County ATC FBLA competed in the very first virtual KY State Leadership Conference.  Even though chapters couldn't travel to Louisville to compete we are still very proud that KY FBLA made the choice to provide our FBLA members with a virtual conference.  Montgomery Co. ATC FBLA had 36 students compete this year in the midst of a pandemic and 26 of those students placed in their competitions. We are very proud of how our FBLA members performed.  The results are as follows Chaney Garrison, Lainey Reynolds,  competed in American Enterprise Project – 1st,  Mason Anderson, Austin Stigall competed in Emerging Business Issues – 1st, Molly Barker competed in Introduction to Public Speaking – 1st Kelcie Cooper competed in Reporters Quill – 1st Miranda Ledford competed Sales Presentation – 1st ,  Sam Smith competed Talent Show – 1st Hallie Conley competed Introduction to Parliamentary Procedures – 2nd, Livia Donithan , Leah Hinkle, McKinley Wright competed in Management Information Systems – 2nd , Jackson Bentley competed in Public Speaking 2nd, Maggie Camp and Claire Bailey competed in Entrepreneurship – 3rd, Mareya Wright, Kelcie Cooper, Royce Henderson,  competed in Local Chapter Annual Business – 3rd Cameron Hanna competed Networking Concepts – 4th, Paiton George competed in Help Desk – 5th, Madison Back , Morgan Overbee competed in Hospitality Management – 5th,  Kaylan Kerns, Joshua Taylor competed in Marketing – 5th, Will Lane, Meir Patrick  competed in Sports and Entertainment Management – 5th .  Local Leadership Challenge Silver Chapter, Lainey Reynolds named State Secretary

Congratulations to all those who competed and placed at state. Even though multiple other clubs and organizations had to cancel their conferences FBLA found a way to have the first ever virtual conference and awards program. Even though we had these challenges our chapter was still one of the top preforming chapters, and we are very proud of how they performed.

Montgomery Co. ATC FBLA will be competing in the very first virtual FBLA National Leadership Conference in June. 

 

 

 





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