SALEM — Earlier this month, the Salem FBLA attended the State Leadership Conference in Manchester and placed second in the state for the Most Outstanding Chapter, competing against 25 other New Hampshire chapters.
Placing in their individual competitions were: Business Calculations, Danielle LaChance, third place; Business Communication, Kyle Poucher, second place; Business Ethics, Karli Todt and Anthony Salvatore, third place; Future Business Leader, Merrideth Reed, first place; Global Business, Hannah White and Julie Wall, first place; Impromptu Speaking, Nicholas LeBoeuf, third place; Word Processing, Sara Devaney, second place; Word Processing, Justus Sullivan, first place.
The Salem Chapter of FBLA received the following chapter awards: Gold Seal Award for Most Outstanding Chapter, second place; Local Chapter Annual Business Report, first place (Mariah Arsenault); FBLA Week Promotion Competition, second place ( Mariah Arsenault); Local Chapter Scrapbook, third place (Karli Todt and Mariah Arsenault); Honor Chapter Award, SPPRAK Project, second place; March of Dimes Recognition for donating $1,000; Make- A- Wish donation; Autism donation; Healthy Hearts Project, first place; American Enterprise Project, Kathleen Stacey, second place; Partnership with Business Project, Merrideth Reed, second place; Community Service Project, Justus Sullivan, second place.
Mariah Arsenault received the Who’s Who in FBLA award.
Amanda D’ Arezzo and Nick LeBoeuf ran successful campaigns and were elected as state officers for the 2014- 2015 State Leadership Team.