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Blue Ridge High FBLA had successful Humane Society drive

Published on Tuesday, November 5, 2013

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Alyson Craig, President of the Blue Ridge High chapter of FBLA shows the goods received from a Halloween Photo Costume Contest and Drive to benefit the Greenville Humane Society last month.

Alyson Craig, President of the Blue Ridge High chapter of FBLA shows the goods received from a Halloween Photo Costume Contest and Drive to benefit the Greenville Humane Society last month.



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The members of the nationally recognized Blue Ridge High School Future Business Leaders of America sponsored a Halloween Photo Costume Contest and Drive to benefit the Greenville Humane Society during October. 

Gift baskets were awarded to:

• Allison Gosnell and her dog “Tanker”

• Tammy Fowler and her cat “BR Tiger” 

• Eva Dill and her horse “Fancy”.

Items including kitten and puppy food, small pet toys, paper towels and hand sanitizer were delivered to the Greenville Humane Society last Saturday by Chapter President, Alyson Craig.

The Blue Ridge High chapter of FBLA is led by Ms. Stephanie Casey and has over 40 active members.  Chapter officers are Alyson Craig, President; Karlee Gibson, Vice-president; Jaclyn Kellems, Secretary; Heather Fitch, Treasurer; Abby Roth, Reporter; Charlee Wilkerson, Historian; and Marc Western, Parliamentarian.

 

 

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