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Congratulations to Adair County High School FBLA

Mayor Pam Hoots and the City of Columbia has honored the Adair County High School Future Business Leaders of America for bringing home the State Championship by proclaiming April 25-29, 2022 as FBLA Week Columbia, Kentucky. The proclamation follows:


FBLA Week proclaimed in Columbia April 25-29, 2022 Columbia, Kentucky Whereas, the Adair County High School FBLA has brought home the State Championship;

Whereas, they have brought recognition to the high school and to our community;

Whereas, the graphic design team of Natalie Gilbert, JB Piatt, and Mattie Willis became first place winners and state champions;

Whereas, Connor Pryor placed in the top five for Networking infrastructures;

Whereas, the team will be representing Kentucky at the nationals later in the term;

Therefore, April 25-29, 2022, has been recognized as Future Business Leaders of America Week in our community; noting all members and their sponsor JB Thompson.

S/ Mayor Pamela Hoots


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FBLA Week proclaimed in Columbia for state champions



2022-04-21 - Columbia, KY - Photo from the office of Mayor Pam Hoots, Columbia, KY.
The City of Columbia honors Adair County High School Future Business Leaders of America for bringing home the State Championship by proclaiming April 25-29, 2022 as FBLA Week Columbia, Kentucky. FBLA members pictured with Mayor Pam Hoots and Superintendent Pam Stephens and sponsors include: Addie Bennett, Mackenzie Bennett, Brody Blair, Braylon Breeze, Angel Chapman, Caylin Coffman, Natalie Gilbert, Lilly Glass, Andrew Godsey, Nathan Hines, Benjamin Kingrey, Cristian Marcial-Davis, Seth Murphy, JB Piatt, Connor Pryor, Chase Smith, Natalie Stearns, Luke Stotts, and Mattie Willis. Congratulations to all!!

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