33 of 35 Cotter FBLA students earn bids for state




Thirty-three Cotter Future Business of America Chapter members have earned an opportunity to compete at the state level. In addition, junior Paige Clawson has been elected as District VI reporter.

The students earned these honors while attending the District VI Spring Leadership Conference in January on the campus of Arkansas State University-Mountain Home.

Over 600 local students attended the conference to campaign for office and to compete for bids to qualify them for Arkansas FBLA State Leadership Competition in April.

The following list includes chapter member and the places of their respective events:

Aimee Tardiff and Jade Sherill--first place, business ethics

Averee Hutson--first place, Who’s Who in FBLA

Charles Rowe--second place, impromptu speaking

Anna Haynes and Jayden Hutchison--second place, publication design

Jeffry Haynes, Hayden Hutson and Zach Altenbaumer--second place, sports and entertainment management

Cole Adams and Cole Stevenson--second place, emerging business issues

Courtney Benedict--second place, electronic career portfolio

Jarod Dewey--second place, future business leader

Colton Jones--third place, introduction to information technology

Hailey Cunningham and Ashley Garay--third place, introduction to business presentation

Gabby Balmer--third place, advertising

Kaylee Middleton, Candy Sanchez, Jasmine Underwood and Cameron Plumlee--third place, parliamentary procedure

Mackenzi Garofalo--fourth place, healthcare administration

Mattie Beavers--fourth place, journalism

Abbi Ewing--fourth place, agribusiness

Tucker Coots, Paige Clawson and Averee Huston--third place, hospitality management

Justin Few and Dylan Dwyer--fourth place, entrepreneurship

Kristen Wilcoxson, Briar Rose Rogers and Candace Lambert--fifth place, marketing

Trevor Reese--fifth place, cyber security

Andrea Kray serves at the FBLA advisor at Cotter High School.

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