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Community service project team first in the nation

 

Last updated 7/24/2018 at 6:38pm

--Courtesy photo.

These 25 students of Odessa High School competed at the National Leadership Conference of the Future Business Leaders of America in Baltimore, Md. at the beginning of July. Front: FBLA advisor Terri King, Megan Shafer, Destiny German, Josie Westmoreland, Ireland Luiten, Kassidy Crossley, Brenna Carstensen, Maddy Wagner, Tori Weishaar, McKennah Davison, Caitlyn Schuh, Maddie Scrupps, Kaya Curo. Back: Colton Messer, Marcus King, Jakob Starkel, Keith Strebeck, Theron Schlomer, Brady Walter, Camden Weber, Jaden Hunt, Eric Johnston, Noah Anderson, Jett Nelson, Joshua Clark, Pilot Weishaar.

Baltimore, Maryland was the destination for 25 members of Odessa High School's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter competing in the 2018 National Leadership Conference. Over 12,000 students were in attendance competing in approximately 100 events. Odessa competed in 10 events, made the finals in three of those events and placed in two.

Coming home with a first place award and competing against over 100 schools was the Community Service Project team of Kassidy Crossley, Brady Walter, Caitlyn Schuh, Jakob Starkel, Colton Messer and Kaya Curo. They presented our chapter's "Operat...



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