HCHS FBLA wins big

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On March 13, Henry County High School’s Future Business Leaders of America competed against 20 schools in their Regional competition at JCC Southwest in Louisville. 

Sixty Henry County students competed in various business related events, with 37 students placing in their perspective event. These students are eligible to compete in the FBLA State completion on April 23.

First place: Kristina Corley — American Enterprise Project; Savannah Allgeier and Kayla Kelley — Business presentation; Jessica Knebel — Computer applications; Ashley Jeffrey and Amelia Lawrey — desktop publishing; Rebekah Dale and Casie Grammer — digital design and promotion; Ashley Pigram, Lyndee Fox and Brianne Jones —E Business web design; Taylor Stanley — Eugene H. Smith scholarship; Heather Calhoun and Annalee Porter — local chapter business report; Hayden Hughes — Mr. FBLA; Nikki Buckley — Name Tag; Jennifer Harney — word processing I. Second Place: Jacob Buckley — business math; Jessica Burrows — help desk; Aly Stanley — introduction to parliamentary procedure; Robbie Cruse, Landon New and Brad West — management information systems; Taylor Stanley 2nd place Ms. FBLA; Shelby Abrams, Sydney Abrams, Jason Banta, Joey Kenny and Amber Manns — parliamentary procedure; Taylor Stanley 2nd place Who’s Who in FBLA. Third Place: Aaron Henson, Shelby Grigsby and Jesse Mann — business ethics; Brittany Turner — local chapter scrapbook; Hannah Doyle — public speaking II; FBLA Regional President: Savannah Allgeier; FBLA Regional Parliamentarian: Joey Kenny.