Holbrook High School travels to FBLA Regional Competition

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Front row left to right are Hannah Clark, and Ariel John; second row from left are Adryan Fulton and Ben Nafziger; and, third wow, Mrs. Susan Nafziger, Advisor.

Submitted Photo<br> Front row left to right are Hannah Clark, and Ariel John; second row from left are Adryan Fulton and Ben Nafziger; and, third wow, Mrs. Susan Nafziger, Advisor.

PHOENIX, Ariz.-On Jan. 28 members of the Holbrook High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization traveled to San Tan Foothills High School in San Tan Valley, Ariz. to participate in the Region 2 Conference and Competition. HHS took four students: Hannah Clark, Adryan Fulton, Ariel John, and Ben Nafziger; plus their adviser, Mrs. Susan Nafziger. Amid 185 competitors, HHS placed third in Battle of the Chapters, third in Chapter Sign, and in the individual competition, Ben Nafziger placed first in Introduction to Technology Concepts.

FBLA is the largest and oldest business student organization in the world. Arizona FBLA is celebrating 50 years this year, which, coincidentally has been on the HHS campus for 25 years. A quarter million high school, middle school, college and university students, faculty, educators, administrators, and business professionals have chosen to be members of this premier business education association. Preparing for careers in business here in Holbrook, FBLA currently has 22 members and continues to grow. State-wide, FBLA has nearly 5,000 members preparing for careers in Arizona and nationally. Check out www.azfbl.org, or talk with Mrs. Nafziger, your local business teacher, for additional information.

(Pictured, front row left to right are Hannah Clark, and Ariel John; second row from left are Adryan Fulton and Ben Nafziger; and, third wow, Mrs. Susan Nafziger, Advisor.)

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