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By Ashley Parkinson
The Record-Times 

FBLA awarded Lead4Change grant

 

Last updated 9/16/2022 at 11:54am

Terri King | Special to The Record-Times

FBLA members presenting their awarded grant check to President of the Old Town Hall Rejuvenation Society Paul Scheller.

ODESSA- For the eighth year in a row, Odessa High School FBLA has won a prize in the Lead4Change Challenge sponsored by the David Leadership Foundation.

This year, the group won second place and $500 for their service project entry "December to Remember."

The FBLA completed nine operations to spread joy and kindness at Christmas.

Members designated the Old Town Hall Rejuvenation Society as their non-profit.

Members Hayden Schuh and Dakota Steward presented the check to Paul Scheller, President of the OTHRS.

As a result of their many contributions to the Old Town Hall in recent years, studen...



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