RHS students at FBLA competition

Recently, the Rangely High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America competed at state. Eleven competed in a variety of events:  Breanne Baker in public speaking; James Scoggins in client services; Rebecca Gillard in spreadsheet applications; Sierra Brannan in electronic career portfolio; Marielle Ivie in desktop publishing; McKenzie Webber in FBLA principles and procedures; Marshal Way competed in digital design and promotion, placing in the top 10;  and Dawn Stephens also placed in the top 10 in client services; Savannah Nielsen competed in word processing and placed fifth at state; Zach Glasgow competed in word processing, placing third, and he will now represent Rangely High School and Colorado at nationals in Chicago in June.

Rangely FBLA…

On Monday, the Rangely FBLA chapter competed at districts at Colorado Mesa University and of the 15 students who competed, 11 qualified for state. Dawn Stephens was first and James Scoggins finished second in client services. Daniel Connor placed fourth in help desk, Breanne Baker was second in public speaking, Rebecca Gillard was second in spreadsheet applications and Sierra Brannan was second in electronic career portfolio. Marielle Ivie was third in desktop publishing, Marshal Way was third in digital design and promotion, McKenzie Webber was second and Sarah Connor was fifth in FBLA principles and procedures, Tiffany Record was second in health care administration, Zack Glasgow was first and Savannah Neilsen was second in word processing. Third place and above qualified for state.

FBLA raises March of Dimes funding

Marshal Way helped the Rangely High School FBLA raise money for the March of Dimes as part of a campaign to raise awareness of the challenges faced by premature infants and their families. Way was shaved by Crandal Mergelman at the FBLA-sponsored Rec Night.

RANGELY I The month of November was Prematurity Awareness Month. Rangely High School’s FBLA chapter held a “No Shave November” competition to raise money for the March of Dimes.

To raise funds for March of Dimes, RHS hosts ‘No Shave November’

RANGELY I November is Premature Babies Awareness Month, and Rangely High School’s FBLA Chapter is doing a “No Shave November” competition between four teams to raise money for The March of Dimes, an organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for families with premature babies.

Pumpkins galore…

phrgfbla pumpkins

The 2012-2013 Rangely High School FBLA Chapter met Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012, for a community service project at the Rangely Community Gardens.