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Students mobilize to tackle community needs

FBLA wins $10,000 for Friends of the Pool

 

Last updated 5/19/2017 at 5:02pm

--Archive photo.

Odessa FBLA students are shown earlier this year at a Spokane event. Back row: Brady Walter, Colton Messer, Jakob Starkel, Joshua Clark, Noah Anderson, Theron Schlomer, Jayd Jennings, Chance Messer, Camden Weber, Colby Sooy, John DeWulf, Brad Johnston, Colton Hunt, Marcus King, Jaden Hunt, Wyatt Haase. Front row: Destiny German, Kassidy Crossley, Ireland Luiten, Kenadie Elder, Brenna Carstensen, Sarina Goetz, Rebecca Fortner, Josie Westmoreland, Tori Weishaar, McKennah Davison, Caitlyn Schuh, Zoe Clark, Megan Shafer, Arianna German, Terri King (FBLA advsior).

Odessa, WA, May 16, 2017 – The Odessa High School chapter of FBLA will be awarded $10,000 for their chapter's nonprofit of choice, Odessa Friends of the Pool, and $5,000 in Apple products for their school as part of the fifth annual Lead2Feed Leadership Challenge, the nation's leading and fastest growing free service learning program which aims to solve community needs by teaching leadership skills to students. Since its inception in 2012, over a million students in 5,000 schools and clubs across all 50 states have participated, donating thousands of volunteer hours and millions of meals...



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