Two will represent Port Townsend High School at national business competition
Port Townsend High School seniors Hana McAdam, left, and Trisha Reeves, right, pictured with adviser Tanya Rublaitus, will represent the high school at the Future Business Leaders of America National Competition in Nashville, Tenn., in June.
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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Senior Hana McAdam placed first in the business procedures event, and senior Trisha Reeves placed fifth in Microsoft Office Suite computer applications at the recent FBLA state competition in Seattle.
McAdam plans to attend Kent State University in Ohio in the fall, majoring in fashion design with a minor in business.
Reeves will attend Linfield College in Oregon, where she will participate in volleyball and track, and major in athletic training with a minor in sports management.
There are 150,000 FBLA members in the U.S., and approximately 8,000 students qualify to attend the national event.
Last modified: April 27. 2014 11:56PM