GRAVES FBLA REGIONAL SUCCESS – Graves County High School students placed well in competition at the Future Business Leaders of America Kentucky Region 1 Conference recently at Murray State University. Students who placed in the top three of business competition categories qualify for the FBLA State Conference in Louisville in April.
GCHS representatives who won their categories at regionals include (seated, from left) Preston Simmons, Economics; Garrett Bell, Ross Blackwell, and Hunter Jones, Entrepreneurship; state FBLA president Mary Hummel, Who's Who; Mary Hummel and (standing, from left) Tiffani Ellington, Local Chapter Annual Business Report; (not pictured) Lucas Campbell, Computer Applications; Corey Elder, Database Design and also Technology Concepts; Caitlin Pack, Health Care Administration; and teacher Mechelle Gattis, Region 1 Outstanding Adviser. Graves students placing second in their categories include (standing, second from left) Josh Drouin, Business Law; (not pictured) Lucas Campbell, Business Procedures; and Ty Wilson, Personal Finance. GCHS third place finishers include (standing, third from left) Addie Brewer, Accounting I, and Ryan Noffsinger and Megan Schultz, Most Entertaining.