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Six GC Students Qualify for FBLA Nationals

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Six GC Students Qualify for FBLA Nationals

Back, LR: Noah Saxon, Jackson Sims, Sam Leath, Drew Welch. Front, LR: Avery Bradley, Michelle Willingham

Back, LR: Noah Saxon, Jackson Sims, Sam Leath, Drew Welch. Front, LR: Avery Bradley, Michelle Willingham

Back, LR: Noah Saxon, Jackson Sims, Sam Leath, Drew Welch. Front, LR: Avery Bradley, Michelle Willingham

Back, LR: Noah Saxon, Jackson Sims, Sam Leath, Drew Welch. Front, LR: Avery Bradley, Michelle Willingham

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Graves County was well-represented this week at the FBLA State Conference. They had six students qualify for national competition:

Avery Bradley, Digital Video Production 3rd Place
Noah Saxon, Coding and Programming, 3rd Place
Sam Leath and Jackson Sims, Business Plan 3rd Place
Drew Welch and Michelle Willingham, Business Financial Plan, 3rd Place

In addition, Sarah Throgmorton was installed as Region 1 President.

Avery Bradley, junior, said of the experience: “the most memorable part was beating out my competition as a solo, because the other entries were groups. So while they had other people to work with, I was doing all the production parts by myself.”

Graves County was recognized for their participation in the recruitment of professional members, participation in the local leadership challenges, and participation in the state project.

The national competition will be held this summer in San Antonio, Texas.

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