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    November Chapter of the Month - Hazen High School

    Congratulations to Hazen FBLA for being WA FBLA’s November Chapter of the Month!Hazen FBLA strives to provide their members with opportunities to grow as leaders within their home, school, and community. As of 2019, Hazen FBLA has completed Super Sweeps and is currently working on Non-Stop November. Last year, they were the largest local chapter in Washington state with over 120 members, completing all three Chapter Challenges.   Read More...

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    November Member of the Month

    Congratulations to McKayla Soren! She is a junior this year at Snohomish High School and has been a member of FBLA for three years. McKayla joined FBLA early freshman year and almost immediately took up the leadership position as espresso manager at her chapter’s espresso stand, their main fundraising activity.Her duties include making schedules, training new baristas, recruiting new members, advertising drinks of the month, and acting as the voice of their officer team.   Read More...

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    October Member of the Month - Nesta Flores-Gomez

    Congratulations to Nesta Flores-Gomez! He is a senior this year at Edmonds Woodway High School and has been a member of FBLA for two years. He came to the U.S.   Read More...

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    March Member of the Month - Maddy Wagner

    Congratulations to Maddy Wagner! She is a junior at Odessa High School and has been a member of FBLA for three years. She is well versed in everything FBLA.   Read More...

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    Heritage High School - April Chapter of the Month

    Congratulations to Heritage High School for being Washington FBLA’s April Chapter of the Month! To start things off, all 18 members of the FBLA Chapter at Heritage High School placed in the Top 6 at their Southwest Region Winter Leadership Conference.Heritage FBLA also impacts their community positively. Heritage has a school-wide education project called Financial Reality Fair, which helps educate their senior class of 400 students on financial literacy.   Read More...

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