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South Hagerstown High FBLA honors students

December 03, 2007

It was Emmy Night at South Hagerstown High School Oct. 10, when the South High FBLA Chapter held its annual fall awards night celebration.

Kelly Carson and Stephanie Edwards served as the emcees for the ceremony.

State Historian Nick Ziolkowski brought greetings from Maryland FBLA. Nick also serves as South High's co-vice president and is a member of the Academy of Finance.

Advisers Myra Newbraugh and C. JoAnne Knode officially installed the local officers. Certificates and Emmys were presented to the 2007-08 officers: Joe Bender, president; Kathryn Rodenberg and Nick Ziolkowski, vice presidents; Angela Lessner, secretary; Kelly Carson, chapter treasurer; Brittany Funk, school store treasurer; Stephanie Edwards, parliamentarian; Amanda Feigley, historian; Deanna Hudson, reporter; and Michael Spalding, Web master.

Bender inducted the members of the South High Chapter. They are Reinaldo Cabrera, Mar Ke Cosley, David Etheridge III, Zach Gonzalez, Laura Harmon, Holly Harr, Dinh Ho Luu, Melva Hutzler, Kaylah Johnson, Patrick Lynch, Sean Mackey, Brandon Martz, Hannah McCaw, Antoine Merriweather, Emily Myers, Harry Ondoa, Cory Shank, Vo San, Cheyenne Sprankle, Heather Tapley, Dulaney Williams, Devin Witman and Mario Quintanilla.

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An Emmy and certificate of appreciation were presented to Sharon Chirgott, Academy of Finance coordinator; Laurie Bender, Washington County Hospital and Academy of Finance Board member; Rick Ziolkowski, Citi and Academy of Finance Board member; Ronnie Brezler, Centra Bank and Academy of Finance member; Richard Akers, South High Principal; and George Phillips, Career & Technology supervisor. Professional membership certificates and Emmys were presented to advisers Newbraugh and Knode.

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda Inc. is a nonprofit vocational student organization that prepares students for careers in business and business education by bringing business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career-development programs.

To learn more, contact Knode at 301-766-8369 or through the Washington County Board of Education Web site.

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