STONEWALL — Stonewall FBLA chapter celebrated FBLA-PBL Week, Feb. 12-18 with events throughout the week. The first activity of the week was “Blue and Gold” day. Members wore blue and gold to represent the colors of FBLA-PBL.

On Valentine’s Day, members provided juice and doughnuts for the high school faculty. The biggest activity of the week was held on Wednesday. The chapter sponsored the local Jump Rope for Heart. Elementary students in grades T1-4th raised pledges for approximately two weeks before the event. Elementary students jumped on Wednesday. Ribbons, medals and trophies were awarded to the top jumpers. A trophy was also awarded to the Top Money Raiser.

Second grader, Tana Davis, raised $125.45 for the American Heart Association. She received a trophy from the FBLA chapter, and will also be awarded prizes from the American Heart Association. Overall, the Stonewall FBLA Chapter raised $578 for the American Heart Association.

On Thursday, members of the chapter wore business attire to promote their organization. Finally, on Friday, members dressed in the National Theme t-shirts. This year’s national theme is “Unlock Your Potential.”

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is a nonprofit vocational student organization that prepares students for careers in business and business education. Its mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

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