Molalla FBLA chapter snags regional wins
All of Molalla's Future Business Leaders of America students who competed at regionals this month will continue on to state.
The regional FBLA competition took place at Canby High School on Jan. 19 with events such as entrepreneurship, public speaking and journalism.
Molalla's members placed in a slew of categories and even came away with several first-place wins.
"This is the Molalla FBLA chapter's fourth year in existence," said Adviser Corri Ellis. "The more experience we are acquiring, the better our members are doing."
Still, Ellis said regionals serves as something of a practice round for state.
"It is wonderful for the students to present in front of local business people and to receive feedback from them," Ellis said.
The chapter's reporter Kiel David Martin echoed the idea that regionals serves as good practice for students.
"Currently, each member is using feedback they received from regionals to improve for state," Martin said.
Molalla's results are as follows.
Entrepreneurship: 1st—William Tongsiri
Business Ethics: 4th—Ben Daniels
Job Interview: 1st—Lola Mcllhenny, 4th—April Salvador Lopez, 6th—Makenzie Fierling
Public Speaking:1st—Kiel David Martin
Intro to Public Speaking:1st—Cypress Barrett
Word Processing: 4th—Anthony Ehleringer
Spreadsheet Application:1st—Landon Sheckard, 2nd—Noah Roth, 3rd—Lola Mcllhenny, 4th—Bryanna Walker
Personal Finance: 8th—Jaden Beck, 9th—Lizeth Rodriguez, 10th—Madison Bower
Journalism: 9th—Annika Molina
Intro to FBLA: 1st—Cypress Barrett, 3rd—Owen Hoffer, 6th—Stephanie Serrano, 8th—Kimber Dusenberry
Intro to Business: 5th—Luz Carmen Dominguez Dejesus
Health Care Administration: 2nd—Sierra White
Economics: 5th—Elizabeth Rodriguez
CyberSecurity: 4th—Kaidn Neeley
Business Communications: 9th—Kiel David Martin
Business Calculations: 5th—Ben Daniels
Accounting I: 3rd—Charlotte Pursley, 7th—Lucas McKinney, 9th—Tanner Foss, 10th—Sang Xing
The state competition takes place in Portland on April 3-6.
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