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  • Davenport FBLA heads to state

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Record-Times|Updated May 9, 2024

    SPOKANE - On April 24-27, 15 of Davenport High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members traveled to Spokane to compete in the Washington FBLA State Business Leadership Conference. Members competed in a wide range of events, from Public Service Announcement to Introduction to Public Speaking. Members dedicated several months of their time preparing for competition, as they developed goals and activities, completed projects, wrote reports, prepared and memorized...

  • DHS FBLA partners with business

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Record-Times|Updated Feb 15, 2024

    DAVENPORT - Chloe Hammond, Selah Hupp and Tatum Hupp, co-chairs of the high school FBLA Chapter Partnership with Business projectm have partnered with 3C Creations, a local custom printing business. Since the partnership began in November, they have formed goals to help 3C Creations. Their main goal is to increase the business's social media following on Instagram and Facebook. Another goal is to lay the foundation of their social media presence and promote through those appli...

  • Davenport FBLA attends Leadership Conference

    Submitted by Natalee Hayes, Special to The Record-Times|Updated Feb 8, 2024

    CHENEY - On Jan. 22, 17 members of the Davenport FBLA chapter competed in person at the Northeast Region FBLA Winter Business Leadership Conference. Members competed in a variety of events including but not limited to: Economics, Public Service Announcement and Public Speaking. The following is a list of winners who will move on to compete at the FBLA State Business Leadership Conference: 1st Place – Broadcast Journalism – Savana Copenhaver, Emma Cormier, Tessa Cormier 6th...

  • FBLA begins service projects

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Record-Times|Updated Dec 7, 2023

    DAVENPORT--Throughout November, Davenport FBLA has been busy in the start of their Community Service Project. Co-chairs Samantha Odenrider, Sawyer Raugust and Beau Copenhaver have connected with School Resource Officer Dain Harden in the education of elementary students regarding life jacket safety. Topics that Harden covered with the elementary students were how to properly wear a life jacket, make sure it fits appropriately and the importance of wearing a life jacket. He als...

  • FBLA Competes at National Leadership Conference

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Record-Times|Updated Aug 3, 2023

    DAVENPORT - Seven members of the High School FBLA chapter spent June 25 – July 1 in Atlanta, to connect with top future business leaders and showcase their talents as future business leaders at the FBLA National Leadership Conference. The members competed in a variety of events against more than 12,000 FBLA members from across the United States. The team of Zackary Bruce, Samantha Odenrider and Josie Wynecoop placed 9th at Nationals in American Enterprise Project against 90 o...

  • Davenport FBLA team heads to state

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Record-Times|Updated Apr 28, 2023

    DAVENPORT - Last week, 22 Davenport High School Future Business Leaders of America members traveled to Spokane to compete in the Washington FBLA State Business Leadership Conference. Members competed in a wide range of events, from Public Service Announcement to Business Plan. Davenport FBLA's efforts did not go unnoticed, as 12 out of 22 members qualified for the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Atlanta June 25-July 1. The chapter was awarded the Gold Seal Chapter...

  • Davenport FBLA competes at national conference

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Record-Times|Updated Jul 14, 2022

    CHICAGO – Twelve members of the Davenport High School FBLA chapter spent June 27- July 2 connecting with top future business leaders and showcasing their talents as future business leaders at the FBLA National Leadership Conference. The members competed in a variety of events against more than 8,000 FBLA members from across the United States. Evan Gunning and Ally Slahtasky competed in Local Chapter Annual Business Report against 90 nationwide chapters. The group developed a...

  • Davenport FBLA to send 12 to nationals

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Record-Times|Updated Apr 28, 2022

    DAVENPORT--18 of the High School's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members traveled to Spokane to compete in the Washington FBLA State Business Leadership Conference April 20-23. Members competed in a wide range of events, from Public Service Announcement to Partnership with Business. Members dedicated several months of their time preparing for competition, as they developed goals and activities, completed projects, wrote reports, prepared and memorized presentations...

  • Many DHS students place at FBLA regionals

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Times|Updated Feb 11, 2022

    DAVENPORT--On Feb. 3, 25 members of the Davenport FBLA chapter competed in person at the Northeast Region FBLA Winter Business Leadership Conference. Members competed in a variety of events including, but not limited to: Accounting, Website Design, Parliamentary Procedure, Public Speaking and Personal Finance. The following is a list of winners who will move on to compete at the FBLA State Business Leadership Conference: Zackary Bruce - Data Analysis - 1st place Selah Hupp & Tessa Cormier - Public Service Announcement - 1st...

  • "Kiss the Pig" event successful

    Natalee Hayes, Special to The Times|Updated Feb 11, 2022

    After a month and a half of preparation, the "Kiss the Pig" event finally came to fruition on February 5th. The Davenport FBLA Partnership with Business co-chairs, Jesse Raugust, Emma Cormier, and Lexi Cormier put in countless hours preparing for the "Kiss the Pig" event.. At the beginning of the partnership with Care and Share, the co-chairs' goal was to raise $1,500 for their business and the additional costs that would be incurred when they moved locations. The 1st and 2nd...

  • Davenport FBLA hosting "Kiss the Pig" fundraiser

    Natalee Hayes, Davenport High School|Updated Dec 30, 2021

    DAVENPORT-The high school's FBLA Partnership with Business team, made up of sophomore Emma Cormier, junior Lexi Cormier and junior Jesse Raugust, are partnering with the Davenport Care and Share. Their goal is to financially assist Care and Share's move to a new Davenport building/location. These three FBLA members thought of an idea to start a "Kiss the Pig" fundraiser. Anyone can purchase a $1 vote towards a Davenport School District employee who has agreed to participate...

  • DHS FBLA partners with Roam Roasters

    Natalee Hayes and DHS students, Contributed to The Times|Updated Mar 18, 2021

    By Natalee Hayes and DHS students Contributed to The Times HARRINGTON – Navia Bowdish, Kylee Buchanan and Allison Jorden, co-chairs of the chapter's Partnership with Business project have partnered with Roam Roasters, a coffee roastery out of Harrington, Washington. On January 22, they had the opportunity to participate in a tour led by Roam Roasters owner Shelley Quigley. As part of their partnership with Roam Roasters, the co-chairs learned first-hand about how the b...

  • Davenport FBLA chapter members attend leadership conference

    Natalee Hayes, Davenport High School|Updated Feb 26, 2021

    DAVENPORT – Throughout the end of January and beginning of February, 22 members of the Davenport FBLA chapter virtually attended the FBLA Winter Business Leadership Conference. Our members competed in a variety of events including, but not limited to: accounting, website design, parliamentary Procedure, sales presentation and economics. The following is a list of our winners who will move on to compete at the FBLA State Business Leadership Conference: 6th Place Accounting I - Tate Foster-Nonnemacher 3rd Place Advertising - B...

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