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Bruna & Zenger present at FBLA National Conference


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5a0af8eec2864 All 4 WCHS FBLA members who attended Nationals
Aundrea leading the Kansas meeting
Aundrea receiving Kansas award for 7th in September Sweeps
Scuyler and Aundrea presenting
Sean speaking at the Kansas meeting
A view of the workshop where Aundrea & Scuyler presented. There are people standing along the sides of the room that don't show in the photo.
All 4 WCHS FBLA members who attended Nationals

Four members of the WCHS FBLA chapter traveled to the FBLA National Fall Leadership Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, November 10-12. Aundrea Bruna, student at WCHS, and State FBLA President, led the Kansas meeting Friday night which was attended by 312 delegates. At this meeting, Sean Bruna was recognized for being selected to the Active Membership Advisory Council which assists the state FBLA board in a variety of activities.

Scuyler Zenger and Aundrea Bruna also presented a workshop named “Common Sense” on Saturday to a standing room only crowd of over 250 members and advisers. Their workshop taught attendees about how to use common sense in a variety of everyday situations such as communicating with others, Twitter fights, and what SnapChat’s user policy really allows SnapChat to take from a user’s cell phone. “Scuyler and Aundrea presented an engaging workshop. Workshop attendees were attentive and murmuring often, “I didn’t know that” or “I didn’t think of it that way”. Many advisers came up to me later and congratulated me on how well Scuyler and Aundrea handled a standing room only crowd.” said Michelle Bruna, FBLA Adviser. Treasurer, Riley Moore also attended the conference.While at the conference, the students heard from 2 renowned speakers, attended a variety of workshops, and networked with national board members. The members toured the City Museum and viewed the arch from the park. The group raised funds this fall by selling concessions during the high school volleyball meets.

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