Future Business Leaders of America recognized

Published 9:34 am Friday, April 3, 2020

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The Virginia Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) state competition has been canceled, but the Randolph-Henry High School FBLA is celebrating all of the competitors on their ‘win’ with special recognition to the following:

1st place Johnathan Gee – Intro to Business Procedures

1st place Aniya Allen – Intro to FBLA

1st place Marcus Dailey – Network Design

1st place Allison Waddell and Alexis Aliff – Public Service Announcement

2nd place Wesley Anders – Agribusiness

2nd place Jacob Miller – Cyber Security

2nd place Tanea Doswell – Help Desk

2nd place India Thompson and AaDaisiana Walton – Hospitality Management

3rd place Victoria Cook – Business Calculations

3rd place Sierra Allen – Intro to Business Communication

3rd place TaMaris Duncan – Intro to Information Technology

3rd place Omari Morton – Securities and Investments

This photo was taken at the Rise Against Hunger Warehouse in Lynchburg where the students participated in a meal-packing event last semester.

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