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LMS Students attend FBLA Leadership Conference

posted Jan 24, 2018, 1:34 PM by LAVERNE ROME
LMS FBLA students traveled to Coffee County High School for the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Region Leadership Conference. Students spent months preparing for the event under the leadership and instruction of Mr. Alvin Earp, FBLA Coordinator for Lowndes Middle School. Students join FBLA because they have a personal interest in student leadership, entrepreneurship and future business career ambitions. Not only does participation in the club prepare them for their future, but it also emphasizes the 21st century learning skills students need to thrive in today's economic marketplace. At the conference, students competed against others from 22 counties in Region 2.  LMS students came home with 15 top five finishes which are also medal recipients. They also have had three 6th place and two 7th place finishes. Each student competed in two events.

 Congratulations are in order for the following LMS FBLA competitors:

Ginsey Lawlor - 2nd place Business Spelling

Annabelle  Wade - 5th place Business Spelling

Kyle White - 2nd Place Career Exploration, 2nd Place Parliamentary Procedures

Tanner Parks - 3rd Place Career Exploration, 5th Place Parliamentary Procedures

Megan Gemma - 4th Place Career Exploration

Roslyn Felkins - 4th Place Microsoft Office Concepts, 5th Place Career Exploration

Blythe Lindsey - 1st Place Elevator Speech, 2nd Place FBLA Concepts

Leah Fletcher - 1st Place Parliamentary Procedures, 4th Place FBLA Concepts

Raine Howell - 1st Place Microsoft Office Concepts, 3rd Place Parliamentary Procedures

 6th and 7th place finishers were Jaley Arnold, Ginsey Lawlor, Daniel Peterson, Addison White, and Savannah Hitchner.