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FBLA award winners named special ambassadors

By Linda Waggener

The Adair County High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) was represented at the Monday night, August 1, 2022 Columbia City Council meeting where they received acknowledgement for their recent national winnings.

The students recently made all the news for having won sixth place in national competition with their clothing business, Jack Rambles, for which they did all the product designs and promotions. At the meeting were Seth Murphy, JB Piatt, Mattie Willis, Natalie Gilbert FBLA President, and the teacher and Director of FBLA, JR Thompson.



The certificate names the ACHS FBLA students ambassadors for their outstanding contributions to their community.

The student took in the experience of a City Council meeting with thoughtful participation. Many times citizens will come for a presentation and then leave afterward, which is fine. However, this group of bright young future business leaders came back into the meeting, even after an executive session break, stayed for the full meeting and then met and shook hands with each council member.

Ambassadors, yes. Leaders, yes. They are among those young people who represent a very bright future for Adair County.


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2022-08-02 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
National award winners, Adair County High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), was represented at the Monday night, August 1, 2022 Columbia City Council meeting where they named ambassadors for their special contributions. The students won sixth place in national competition with their clothing business, Jack Rambles, for which they did all the product designs and promotions. Pictured are, from left: Seth Murphy, JB Piatt, Mattie Willis, Natalie Gilbert - FBLA President, Mayor Pam Hoots and the teacher and Director of FBLA, JR Thompson.

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