QUITMAN — The FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Regional Conference was held Jan. 18 at Moultrie Technical College. All students who placed will advance to the state competition which will be held Feb. 26 at the Georgia National Fairground in Perry. The following students placed at the Regional FBLA Conference from Brooks County Middle School were, Shannon Griffin, first place Business Computation; Jordan Rose, second place, Business Concepts; Yessica Torres, third place, Business Spelling; Jamaya Shelton second place Computer Concepts; Tamia Herring fourth place Computer Concepts; Jamaya Shelton first place FBLA Creed; Shannon Griffin first place Introduction to Business Communication Naiquavis Sutton third place Introduction to Business Communication; Jordan Rose first place in Public Speaking.
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