Members Celebrate the Eclipse
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On August 21, members across Missouri celebrate the historic moment of totality as the moon blocked the sun shortly after 1:00PM. The total eclipse has not crossed Missouri on this path in over 700 years. However, Southeast Missouri will witness another eclipse in 2024. Pictured are three FBLA members from McAuley Catholic High School with […]
Live Stream – FBLA Opening Session
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Bowling Green and the Salvation Army
Watch the FBLA Opening Session, streaming LIVE from Springfield, MO! Broadcast begins at 7:30 PM, CDT.
Troy Buchanan Knots for Kids
On December 2, 2016 Bowling Green High School’s FBLA chapter participated in Bell ringing for the Salvation Army. FBLA Members and advisers participated as well as other teachers from the high school.
Fort Zumwalt South Visits Make a Wish
Students participating in one of our Community Service projects; Knots for Kids. Members are making tie blankets to donate to Mercy Children’s hospital in St. Louis.
FBLA visits Pacific Care Center
In the middle of December the Fort Zumwalt South FBLA chapter visited the nearby Make a Wish office and donated $500!
FBLA Walks in Christmas Parade
FBLA members visited the Pacific Care Center on December 7 th to deliver some Christmas and Holiday cheer to the residents by delivering cards. Members spent the previous night filling out homemade cards donated by April Carpenter. “It was for a good cause and a lot of fun” – Gabrielle Julius. Pictured from left to […]
Jackson FBLA Raising Awareness
Otterville FBLA members participated in the Missouri State Project, “Honor The Legacy, Support Our Troops”. The chapter members created 14 posters trimmed in red and green chains with the” On the Twelve Days of Christmas the Military Allowed to Me” opportunities. Candy and a handout was given to parade watchers. The veterans of the Warrensburg […]
In November Jackson FBLA rose awareness for premature births. In support of the March of Dimes Jackson FBLA donned their purple garb and tried to show others that premature births are a serious problem in the world.