FARMINGTON — The Mt. Blue Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America attended the state Leadership Conference March 20 and 21 in Portland, where they participated in multiple business competitions, workshops and sessions.
Students also had the opportunity to hear wounded warrior and motivational speaker Travis Mills speak.
The FBLA state service project this year focused on raising money for the Travis Mills Foundation. The FBLA chapters in Maine raised more than $3,100 to donate to the foundation.
The following students from Mt. Blue High School FBLA received medals and certificates for their placement in the competitions:
• Chapter activity display — Lexi Daggett, third place
• Accounting I — Whitney Levesque, third place
• Business calculations — Miles Pelletier, third place
• Business law — Miles Pelletier, second place
• Economics — Miles Pelletier, third place
• Entrepreneurship case study (team) — Whitney Levesque, Darby Sabin, Miles Pelletier, first place
• Insurance and risk management — Whitney Levesque, second place
• Introduction to business — Rena Voter, first place
• Management decision-making (team) — Darby Sabin and Miles Pelletier, third place, $1,000 scholarship
• Organizational leadership — Miles Pelletier, second place; Darby Sabin, third place
• Securities and investments — Miles Pelletier, third place
Mt. Blue Future Business Leaders of America students attending the state Leadership Conference March 20 and 21 in Portland are, from left, back row, Trevayne Jackson, Miles Pelletier, Darby Sabin, Mara Macomber and Whitney Levesque; and, front row, Annaset Jackson, Rena Voter, Lexi Daggett.