CAMERON — Twenty four members of the Colfax FBLA chapter participated in various business-related competitive events at the Regional Leadership Conference on February 4. The state is divided into 7 regions, and there were 27 schools registered in our region. The students compete in a variety of events involving written tests, computer skills, and presentations.
The following members were recognized in the top 10 in their events:
Bethany Ferry – 10th place in Personal Finance
Andrea Brantner and Nicole Nierenhausen – 10th place in Marketing
Jarrod Rudi – 9th place in Business Calculations
Lakken Meredith and Marianne Scharlau – 7th place on Global Business
Grady Gibson – 7th place in Healthcare Administration
Taylor Shipman, Samantha Simonson, and Jeremiah Wait – 7th place in Business Ethics
Natalie Dworak and Abbie Greenwell – 6th place in Digital Video Production
Zachary Meyer – 5th place in Business Calculations
Matthew Almquist, Lachlan HInwood, and Trevor Secraw – 5th place in Entrepreneurship
Katie Christoffel, Ben Kragness, and Alexis Rudi – 4th place in Banking and Financial Systems
Heidi Lieffort and Sara Schmock – 3rd place in Desktop Publishing
Reed Gibson – 2nd place in Sports Management
Also attending the leadership conference were Hunter Lieffort and Scot Schmock.
Heidi Lieffort, Sara Schmock, and Reed Gibson will be advancing to the state level of competition in Wisconsin Dells on April 15-16.
Colfax FBLA is advised by Mrs. Kara Zutter.