The Mountain Home High School Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America, or FBLA, competed at the Arkansas FBLA State Leadership Conference and returned home successful.
Gracie Patterson won in the Business Ethics category, and Chloe Nosari won in the Impromptu Speaking category. Allie Parson finished second in Hospitality Management, and the team of Ava Strack, Rachel Walden, Peyton Barton, Daisy Woodbury, and Shelby Williams took third place in Parliamentary Procedures. Fourth place was awarded to Noah Cutchall in Accounting II and to Courtney Green in the Who's Who category.
Additional recognitions awarded to Mountain Home students included the Community Service Award to Amanda Brown, the FBLA Mildred Breading Scholarship to Green and the election of Williams as the Arkansas FBLA Treasurer.
The Arkansas FBLA State Leadership Conference was held April 9th and 10th in Little Rock, and members of Mountain Home High School FBLA competed in a total of 21 competitions. With their success at the state level, the high school FBLA team will move on to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Baltimore. The national-level competition takes place June 28th through July 1st.
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