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Thanks for the FBLA support

A school record, six students from Kennedy High School’s  Future Business Leaders of America chapter attended the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia this June. Freshmen students, Audrey Brenden, Bella Dodson, Nia Ovchinnikov, Annaliese Schacher, Soliel Sowa and Megan Wagner, as well as parent chaperones Bonnie Dodson, Tanya Chuprov, and Heather Sowa were able to attend the conference thanks to the donations of many local businesses and organizations.

On behalf of Kennedy High School FBLA  and the nine FBLA NLC attendees we would like to sincerely thank the following organizations and businesses for their generosity and support: Portland Electrical Construction Inc., Trillium Pacific Manufacturing, Mt. Angel Drug Store, Robertson Home Inspection, Lake Labish Trading Co. LLC, Yenne and Schofeld Orthodontics, Clem J. Butsch Insurance, Roth’s Fresh Markets, Woodburn Nursery and Azaleas, Fessler Family Foundation, Eco Electric LLC, Mega Foods, Chic Skape, Greg’s Automotive, Discover Mt. Angel, Mt. Angel Chamber of Commerce, Oregon Risk Management, MAPS Community Credit Union, Burger Time, Reser’s Fine Foods, and Schreiner’s Iris Festival.

Robby Morrissey,
FBLA Chapter Advisor

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