Getting to business
FBLA chapter performs well at conference
MINOOKA — Minooka Community High School’s chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) had an exceptional performance at the Central Northern Area Regional Conference at Lincoln-Way East High School in Frankfort on Saturday, Jan. 26.
Nine members of the MCHS-FBLA team participated in the conference, which consisted of 10 area high schools and over 200 entrants.
MCHS senior and current FBLA President Jimmy Lee received a third-place medal in Sports Management.
Additional results include: sophomore and current FBLA Vice-President Melina Lomeli, fourth place in Hospitality Management; sophomore Lucas Godsey, fourth place in Impromptu Speaking; sophomore Jose Lopez, fourth place in Business Communications; junior Allison Walther, fifth place in Business Law; junior Sarah Vogelsander, sixth place in Entrepreneurship-Team; freshman Ebony Alvarado, sixth place in Health Care Administration; freshmen Robert McClure and Michael Hatcher, sixth place and seventh place respectfully in Sports Management.
The Minooka Community High School Future Business Leaders of America sponsor is Rose Ann Rakidzic.
For more information, contact Rakidzic at email@example.com.