Graves Co. High School students place well in competition at Future Business Leaders of America Spring 2018 regionals

Graves County High School’s chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America recently participated in the Spring 2018 regional competition at Murray State University.  Most competitors who placed highly advance to statewide competition later this spring in Louisville. 

In addition to the competitors listed below, Graves County’s Sarah Throgmorton was elected Region 1 President, which also is a state officer position.

First Place
Computer Game & Simulation: Isaac Carter, Garrett Matheny, Noah Saxon
Intro to Business Presentation: Emma Purcell, Hannah Williams, Kennady Dowdy

Second Place
Advertising: Gavin Nolin
Digital Video Production: Avery Bradley
Electronic Career Portfolio: Faith Elder
Eugene H. Smith Scholarship: Luke Willis
Intro to Business Procedures: Elizabeth Peters
Largest Chapter Membership
Local Chapter Annual Business Report: Jacob Hansen
McCann Scholarship: Luke Willis
Networking Concepts: Preston Puckett
Parliamentary Procedure: Avery McClain, Jake Parks, Kendall Tinsman, Isaac
                                       Lockwood, Ethan Jenkins
Publication Design: Emiline Woodson, Kassandra Garcia
Sales Presentation: Nathan Smith
Talent Show-Most Entertaining: John Stanley
Talent Show-Most Talented: Evan Williams

Third Place
3-D Animation: Ethan Jenkins, Isaac Lockwood, Garrett Wilson
Computer Problem-Solving: Allyn Perdue
Entrepreneurship: Michelle Willingham, Drew Welch
Intro to Public Speaking: Sarah Throgmorton
Job Interview: Ian Puckett
Network Design: Jacob Blewett, Dylan Knight
Public Service Announcement: Emily Goddard

Special Honors
Who’s Who: Jacob Hansen
Highest Score on the Parliamentary Procedure Test: Avery McClain
Outstanding Adviser: Mechelle Gattis
Membership Largest Percentage Increase-Large Chapter
Local Leadership Challenge: Bronze Level

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