Members of Future Business Leaders of America from Henry County High and its Grove freshman campus attended the Region 2 Leadership Conference Jan. 16 at Union University.
First-place winners in various specialties were Kashaina Nucum, business calculations; Kevin Tyler, computer problem-solving; Robbie Kenworthy, global business; and Camren Stevenson, introduction to information technology.
Nucum is also the 2019-20 Region 2 treasurer.
Second-place winners were Meg Gardner, advertising; Nathan Beasley, Delia McDevitt and Lilly Underwood, global business; Joseph Crichton, insurance and risk management;
Kylee LaGrange, journalism; Tucker Jones and Liam McDevitt, sports and entertainment; and Braden Denman, intro to FBLA.
Third-place winners were Cindy Gross, intro to information technology; Sierra Conn, organizational leadership; and Phoebe Odom, intro to FBLA.
Others placing were Cara Johnson, fourth in political science; Blake Yearry, Eric Wallet and Deon Young, fifth in sports and entertainment; Ivy Wang, sixth in intro to financial math; and Seth Battoe, seventh in intro to business.
Henry County FBLA also won the silver level Membership award for 2018-2019.
Other members are competing in state-only event projects and will advance as well.
Bella Lowrance, a senior at HCHS, is also the FBLA state secretary.
All will have an opportunity to attend the State Leadership Conference in March.