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RHS FBLA competes at state

The Russellville High School Future Business Leaders of America chapter had 10 students recently compete at the Alabama FBLA State Competition.

April 11-12, more than 1,500 high school students attended this conference and competed in more than 30 different business areas. RHS’ Kaydee Don Holland, daughter of Mark and Dr. AnnaKay Holland, won second place in Healthcare Administration. RHS’ Rachel Riley, daughter of Stan and Juliann Riley, won third place in the Business Communications.

Both girls will represent Alabama at the FBLA National Competition in San Antonio, Texas, in June.

RHS club sponsors Deedra Moore and Dr. AnnaKay Holland said the Alabama FBLA State Leadership Program provides leadership training in order to develop competent, self-assured business leaders and provide a venue for business competitions.