Swainsboro FBLA Enjoys Social Activity

On Monday, August 15, Swainsboro High School Future Business Leaders of America gathered at the Southeast Georgia Jaycee Fairgrounds for the annual Spirit Sign Painting Social. President Curstin Burke said, “This is a fun way to get everyone involved in an FBLA activity.” Members drew and painted spirit signs that will be featured at Swainsboro Tiger home football games. This activity helped the members kick off the beginning of the school year and gather as an organization for a fun event. It also fostered school pride for the students. “This activity helps us make new friends and work together to show our school spirit,” added Vice President Esmeralda Hernandez. Members got to know each other better and developed teamwork skills. Once the signs were painted, members enjoyed a dinner of hot dogs, chips, and desserts.  SHS FBLA advisers are Kelli Torpy, Mary Mason, and Cherie Hooks.