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Paris High School FBLA

2015-2016 Roster
Nik Bailey Robyn Batsell Regan Ragsdale Hannah Bartels Aly Francis
Brandon Hendren Jon Turner Katie Pugh Amber Chapman Bailey Woodrow
Ben Ebbesmeyer Shelby Powell Delaney Miller Allison Moore Jessie Hoffman
Nic Thomas Dakota Anderson Sarah Stahlschmidt Drew Lockhart Alyissa Heitmeyer
Tanner Anderson Marriko Williams Lizzy Vitt Dakota Howard Molly Dunlap
Katie Reems Patrick Ensor Alison Miller Jennifer Baumann Cindy Kolher
Zach Ensor Bobbie Wisdom      


President Ben Ebbesmeyer
Vice President Nic Thomas
Secretary Brandon Hendron
Treasurer Tanner Anderson
Reporter Robyn Batsell
Student Council Rep. Nik Bailey

The FBLA is a great orginazation, but it is the memebers of the Paris FBLA that makes ours so wonderful. The memebers and officers of the Paris FBLA are a group of motivated leaders who are great to work with. I have thouroughly enjoyed being their adviser this year and am looking forward to see what we accomplish next year.

Adviser: Mrs. Moreland



About FBLA - Creed - Goals

"Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs."

Pledge "I solemnly promise to uphold the aims and responsibilities of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda and, as an active member, I shall strive to develop the qualities necessary in becoming a responsible business leader."
History - Full History
1937 Hamden L. Forkner of Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City, proposes to business teachers across the country that a national organization is needed for the thousands of business clubs in the nation’s high schools and colleges.
1942 An experimental chapter is chartered in Johnson City, Tennessee, on February 3 and a second chapter is started two days later in St. Albans, West Virginia. By the end of the year, 39 chapters are added; and over the next three and one-half years, another 38 chapters join.
1947 Iowa becomes the first FBLA state chapter, and Indiana and Ohio quickly follow. Within the next three years, there was a total of ten FBLA state chapters.




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