The Rangely High School FBLA chapter had a very successful state conference this past week. They took seven members who had a great showing. Brady Bertoch competed in cyber security placing fourth and qualifying for nationals. Kaylee Mecham competed in ag business and finished second, also qualifying for nationals. Linsley Morrill competed in word processing placing eighth. Elizabeth McCann competed in spreadsheet applications, Miekka Peck competed in public service announcement, and Jayde Trumbley competed in client services. Phalon Osborn ran for a state office competing against 31 other FBLA members from across the state. She did an outstanding job, earning an executive officer position by becoming the state social media representative and the first ever state officer from Rangely High School.