Ti business students compete

TICONDEROGA-The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter of Ticonderoga High School attended the annual spring conference at the Lake George Forum recently, competing in a skill event.

"The spring conference is a competition among the school chapters in our region," explained Mike Graney, Ti High principal. "This event is intended to prepare chapters for the FBLA State Leadership Conference in April, which will be held in Rochester. Although the Ticonderoga chapter did very well they will not be attending the state leadership conference."

Ticonderoga had 15 members participate in Lake George with 10 members placing in the following events:

- Steven Bussey placed fifth in accounting 1;

- Luke Bartlett placed second marketing;

- Joe Gonyeau placed fourth in public speaking 2;

- Ashley Costello placed fifth in introduction to business communications;

- Karney Manning placed third in impromptu speaking;

- Jessica Forkas placed second in accounting 2 and placed fourth in computer applications;

- Darian McDoungh placed fourth in accounting 2;

- Ken Johnston placed fifth in sports management;

- Megan Scuderi placed first in job interview and third in accounting 2; and

- Kelly Dunn placed second in economics.

Other members attending the conference were Cody Henthorn, Amanda Charlton, Jon Granger, Mike Barber and Dan Morrison.

Nine schools participating in this year's spring conference - South Glens Fall, Greenwich, Schuylerville, Lake George, Saranac Lake, Plattsburgh, Westport and Seton Catholic.

Ticonderoga students will attend the Adirondack Community College Business Day competition on May 9.

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