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The annual March of Dimes March for Babies event will be held on April 30 at BB&T Park in conjunction with BBQ Boogie and Blues Festivities. The March for Babies event is the March of Dimes’ biggest fundraiser every year. The proceeds go to preventing premature births by educating mothers on the importance of carrying to full term and funding research for treatments for birth defects and consequences of premature births.
Debbie Cloer (this year’s chairperson) visited Sonoraville High School and educated students in business classes and members of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) on the March of Dimes organization, explaining its purpose and what students can do to help. Students played bingo to learn more and they received donation buckets to help with fundraising efforts. The business students determined the goal to be $25 per student. In the past, SHS FBLA has raised more than $1,900 to help March of Dimes. FBLA members and business students will also volunteer at the walk to support the cause. If you are interested in making a donation to the SHS Business Team/FBLA Team, please contact email@example.com.
(Photo is of Ms. Debbie Cloer)
Sonoraville High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members Catherine Farist, a junior, and Mikayla Whitfield, a senior, have completed the final level of the Business Achievement Awards (BAAs), the America Level. They are two of less than ten members at Sonoraville High to have ever achieve this accolade. It took hours of dedicated work, from ten page reports to describing the benefits of joining FBLA. Select students within the state, and even the nation, ever complete this achievement.
For this achievement, Farist and Whitfield automatically receive an invitation to experience the FBLA National Leadership Conference. The conference will be held in Atlanta during the last days of June and the first days of July.
Thirteen ECI FBLA members attended the Georgia FBLA State Leadership Conference in Athens March 6-8, 2016. Congratulations to FBLA members for a very successful State Leadership Conference.
During the conference, members competed in various events as well as attended numerous leadership classes. The chapter received awards that included: being named a Gold Chapter in the Chapter of the Year program and 2nd place Largest Market Share Award.
The following members were awarded: Loreal Curtis, Mackayla Oglesby and Joe Williams, 6th place Local Chapter Annual Business Report; Autumn Jordan, 3rd place Public Speaking. Jordan qualified for Nationals the summer in Atlanta. Mrs. Smith, ECI FBLA Adviser, stated, “I am very proud of this group of students, they have worked very hard to ensure success in their competition!”
Hillgrove High School’s FBLA members traveled to Atlanta to attend the FBLA Sports Marketing Competition with the Atlanta Hawks. While there, member’s competed in various sports marketing and skills competitions. Hillgrove did an outstanding job and placed 1st place in the skills competition and 1st place in the concert promotion competition. By winning 1st place, the Atlanta Hawks awarded the chapter with $500 and various members we given Hawks paraphernalia and tickets for the Hawks vs Cleveland Cavaliers game. After competing, members were treated to a splendid game by the Atlanta Hawks as they beat the Denver Nuggets.