FBLA Super Sweeps is the first part of a chapter challenge for FBLA chapters across the nation. The recognition encourages chapters to increase membership, retain members, hold meetings, and promote the benefits of FBLA.
DeWitt FBLA earned this award this year. They received national recognition at the Annual National Fall Leadership Conference in New Orleans from November 17-18. As a result of their hard work, membership has increased from 70 members last year to 130 members this year.
In November, FBLA earned the Non-stop November Award. The final award was the Action Awareness Award. DeWitt FBLA earned all three chapter challenges for FBLA. They are continuing to work hard to earn Outstanding Chapter and Gold Seal Chapter for 2018.
Some local FBLA students will receive the Community Service Award. Community service activities help FBLA chapters get involved in their communities. While practicing responsible citizenship, members also from networks with business and community leaders, and gain experience with managing projects beyond the classroom.
The CSA--Community Award is active from 0 to 50 hours and earned when 50 hours are accomplished. Students achieving this award are: Molly Anderson, Abbey Baker, Nancy Ballon, Jack Brown, Peyton Gasaway, Lauren Kemp, Taylor Jo Mannis, Alyssa Pfaffenberger, Kayla Poor, Madison Price, Olga Silva, Sara Thompson, Jacey Wallace, and Carly Watkins. The CSA--Service Award is active from 51-200 hours. Students achieving this award are: Molly Anderson, Abbey Baker, Carly Watkins, and Alyssa Pfaffenberger
DeWitt FBLA also received Gold Seal Chapter Recognition, Outstanding Chapter, and in honor of the 75th anniversary of FBLA-Recognition as a Diamond Chapter for the state of Arkansas last year.