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The Future of Business Looks Bright for BEA Students

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The Future of Business Looks Bright for BEA StudentsThe Bald Eagle Area Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) hosted the Region 14 Leadership Conference at the BEA High School on December 8th.

“We received many compliments on the preparation and planning of this event and also on the quality and cleanliness of the school facilities,” Advisor Carrie Donmoyer said.

BEA had 21 state qualifiers, who will compete at the 2016 State Leadership Conference at Hershey in April.

Matthew Blaylock and Natasha Jozefick - 1st Place in Emerging Business Issues

Colton Lucas
- 1st Place in Public Speaking II

Olivia Andrews - 1st Place in Personal Finance
 
Maya Eppley - 2nd Place in Personal Finance 

Tia Barndt - 3rd Place in Personal Finance 

Morgan Peters - 1st Place in Business Law
 
Regan Dyke - 2nd Place in Business Law 


Emily Jozefik - 2nd Place in Computer Problem Solving


Kylie Hoffman - 2nd Place in Intro to Information Technology
 

Ryan Brooks - 1st Place in FBLA Principles and Procedures 


Velanna Skripek - 1st Place in Word Processing 

Julia Breining - 2nd Place in Word Processing

Phoebe McClincy
, Maggie Cowan and Savannah Elder - 1st Place in Hospitality Management
 

Alex Eagles - 2nd Place in Agribusiness

Brian Egan - 3rd Place in Agribusiness 


Josh Emel - 3rd Place in Economics 


Caleigh Guenot - 1st Place in Healthcare Administration
 
Karissa Bittenger - 1st Place in Business Communication

Congratulations to these BEA Future Business Leaders of America!