The following members of the Bowling Green High School Future Business Leaders of America chapter competed last week at the District VII Leadership Conference against secondary students from throughout northeast Missouri. The conference was held at Hannibal-LaGrange University. The students are, front row, from left: Reed Niemeyer, Reid Glenn, Loren Niemeyer, Riley Johnson, Katy Horner, Brooke Bruns, Kimberly Niemeyer, Madeline Norton, Quinn Grote, and Sylvia Wagner. Second row, from left: Kara Meyer, Mayshonna Hutt, Korynn Stevens, Halle Roach, Breanne Kroencke, Cheyanne Oshia, and Alishia Curry. Third row, from left: Blake Meyer, Drew Bowen, Cale Shotton, McCoy Thompson, Avery Mudd, Darianne DeClue, Alexus Sloan, Sidney Thomas, and Rose Privett; Fourth row, from left: Jaylen Early, KateLynn Charlton, Shelby St. Aubyn, Hannah Kroencke, Erin Martin, and Madi Grote.
Also competing at the district contest, but not present for the picture were: Elise Bailey, Taylor Blackwell, Mallory Feldewerth, Kacey McCollum, Maddie Perry, Kaya Rushin, Josh Sparks, Ashton Thornton and Arika Thorpe. The BGHS FBLA Chapter is advised by Kim Luebrecht and Steven Jones, of the high school’s business education department.
Several members from the Bowling Green High School Future Business Leaders of America chapter were elected by their peers to serve in various leadership roles within the northeast Missouri FBLA District No. 7.
Those members are Sidney Thomas, District VII President; Blake Meyer, District VII Vice-President; Jaylen Early, District VII Vice-President; and Shelby St. Aubyn, Vice-President. Also elected to district office, but not pictured is Kacey McCollum.
The following members of the Bowling Green High School Future Business Leaders of America chapter advanced from the district competition and will now compete at the State Leadership Conference later this spring. Representing BGHS at State Leadership Conference will be: Reid Glenn, Korynn Stevens, Shelby St. Aubyn, Brooke Bruns, Hannah Kroencke, Sylvia Wagner, Breanne Kroencke, and Avery Mudd. Second row, from left: Blake Meyer, Jaylen Early, KateLynn Charlton, Sidney Thomas, Erin Martin, Madi Grote, and Reed Niemeyer.
Also advancing to State Leadership Contest, but not pictured are: Mayshonna Hutt, Kacey McCollum, Kara Meyer, Loren Niemeyer, Maddie Perry, Kaya Rushin, and Josh Sparks.