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The Carthage Press
  • Carthage High School FBLA places at state

  • On April 13, 23 qualifying Carthage High School students and three advisers took a trip to Columbia, Mo., for the state FBLA competition.
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  • On April 13, 23 qualifying Carthage High School students and three advisers took a trip to Columbia, Mo., for the state FBLA competition.
    Participating members competed in performance events and attended numerous leadership seminars. The following 13 students placed in the top ten in their event(s):
    Erin Eckels placed first in Electronic Career Portfolio.
    Makenzie Copeland, Clare Bartlett, and Mason Fairleigh placed second in Public Service Announcement.
    Lacey Stephens, Kelsey Frost, and Kaley Ledford placed fourth in Local Annual Chapter Business Report.
    Emmalee Smith placed fourth in Who’s Who in Missouri FBLA.
    Sara Derecichei, Jackie Mayfield, and Talia Passey placed fifth in American Enterprise Report.
    Emmalee Smith placed seventh in Future Business Leader.
    Arad Reed placed eighth in Cyber Security.
    Jazmyn Byington placed ninth in Intro to Business Communication.
    Arad Reed placed ninth in Computer Problem Solving.
    Talia Passey placed ninth in Database Design & Procedures.
    Lacey Stephens and Emmalee Smith earned the “Leader Award” by completed three levels of the Business Achievement Awards.
    The Carthage FBLA Chapter was honored as having achieved the Distinction of the Chapter of the Year Gold Award. Emmalee Smith, current State FBLA Secretary, performed numerous jobs throughout the convention and was honored in front of the 3,800 conference attendees for her outstanding service to Missouri FBLA this year.
    Jordyn Gier ran a successful campaign to become Missouri FBLA’s next State Secretary.  Kaley Ledford and Molly Shannon were selected from multiple candidates to sing the national anthem at the opening session of the conference.
    Erin Eckels, Makenzie Copeland, Clare Bartlett, and Mason Fairleigh qualified to go on to National competition this summer in Nashville, Tenn.
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