FBLA students compete for first time at WWU

For the first time, students from Fulton and 16 other Central Missouri high schools will compete in Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) District 2 competition Friday at William Woods University.

Gina McLachlan, business education teacher and FBLA adviser at Fulton High School, said “this is is the first year that competition will be in Fulton and William Woods has bent over backwards for us.”

McLachlan said the schools participating in FBLA programs are grateful for the assistance provided by WWU.

“They have been awesome helping with the workshops for students,” McLachlan said.

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