Centre business students qualify for nationals

Of the 21 members of Centre Future Business Leaders of America who attended the state leadership conference March 25 and 26 in Topeka, 15 qualified for national competition by placing in the top three.

Allison Basore was selected as the new state FBLA parliamentarian. She qualified for the position by scoring the highest on the parliamentary procedures test. She will begin her duties on April 11. Rick and Angela Basore of Burdick are her parents.

Instructor Lisa Beye accompanied the students.

results

Electronic career portfolio: Nellie Kassebaum, 1st.

Network design team — Conner Montgomery, Karl Riffel, and Dakota Stimpson, 1st.

Partnership with business — Shelby Makovec and Ty Simons, 1st.

Agribusiness: Brenna Shields, 2nd.

Community service project — Makenzie Deines and Bryanna Svoboda, 2nd.

FBLA principles and procedures: Abigail Svoboda, 2nd; Carissa Shields, 3rd; Kristin Vinduska, 5th.

Hospitality management — Deines, Svoboda, and Kassebaum, 2nd.

Introduction to parliamentary procedures: Basore, 1st; Kristin Vinduska, 4th.

Parliamentary procedures team — Basore, Deines, Grant Srajer, Kristin Vinduska, and Tim Vinduska, 3rd.

Public Speaking II — Deines, 7th.

National competition will be June 28 to July 1 in Nashville, Tenn.

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