The Logan County High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter finished February strong. Friday, February 28, club members headed to Bowling Green to compete in their organization’s Regional Leadership Conference. Due to their efforts, many will represent LCHS in Louisville, at their state meeting, held in late April. Individuals that will compete in the next round are as follows: Future Level Business Achievement Award- Mason Freeman, Paige Thorpe & Gracie Wharton; Business Level Business Achievement Award- Jay Hardison, Zoe Steenbergen & Addie White; Advertising 2nd place- Jay Hardision; Business Communication 2nd place- Ashlyn Canler; Computer Problem Solving 2nd place- Christian Hines; Electronic Career Portfolio 1st place- Chely Laster; eBusiness 2nd place- Eva Bouldin, Reagan Christian & Emma Jackson; Economics 2nd place- Lucas Taylor; Job Interview 1st place- Micah Page; Journalism 2nd place- Elijah Hopkins; Local Chapter Newsletter 2nd place- Chely Laster & Paige Thorpe; Local Chapter Scrapbook 1st place- Zoe Steenbergen, Anna Silvey, Abby Hinton & Addie Corder; Mobile Applicatin Development 2nd place- Dixie Hopkins, Kamdyn Coomer & Hannah Brown; Parliamentary Procedure 2nd place- Kinsey Hayes, Laura head, Briley Robinson, Mallory Whitson & Zach Yates; Personal Finance 2nd place- Mason Freeman; Publication Design 3rd place- Lauren Hines & Kailyn Shrum; Sales Presentation 1st place ($500 scholarship)- Hannah Matthews; Securities and Investments 2nd place- Zoe Steenbergen; Social Media Campaign 3rd place- Jaden Hayes, Ezra Henderson & Ali Atkinson; Website Design 1st place- Paige Vanzant, Peyton Vanzant & Gracie Wharton.
LCHS FBLA also received the following chapter awards: Region 2 Sliver Local Leadership Challenge Award, the Commonwealth Award of Merit, and Region 2 Second Largest Chapter Membership. LCHS FCCLA sponsor Abbi Lillard received a nomination for the Region 2 Outstanding Advisor Award at the conference.
FBLA is the high school division of Future Business Leaders of America Phi--Beta Lambda. FBLA helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development, and educational programs