Club Meeting #1: 10/15 Recap

Welcome to the 2018-19 FBLA competition year! It was a blast to get back together for the first time since June and meet both new and returning members. Click here to see the slides presented at club today.

Things to keep in mind

Join our Remind channel! This is the primary way we communicate with/send out information to our chapter. Text @inglemoorf to 81010 to join, or download the Remind app (or go to the app’s website) and enter inglemoorf as the class code. (Also follow our Instagram!)

If you have found this post, chances are that you have seen the gold “Join Us” button in the top right corner (or in the menu on mobile devices). Click on the “Join as a member” link to fill out a membership form. This is how we know you’re interested in being a member of Inglemoor FBLA this year. Info on binding event registrations is coming soon. This form is due Friday, Nov. 2nd.

The club fee is also due on Friday, Nov. 2nd - information on this fee is coming soon.

Don’t forget to bring a friend or two to our next meeting on October 29! Until then, thank you and Go Viks! FBLA is what you make of it; let’s make this year great.

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#NLC18 Recap
 Our Nationals competitors at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, as part of WAFBLA's Washington State Day tour in D.C.

Our Nationals competitors at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, as part of WAFBLA's Washington State Day tour in D.C.

Welcome back to our competitors who traveled to the National Leadership Conference in Baltimore, Maryland this past week! Here's a small recap of the conference.

By the numbers:

12,000+ competitors from the U.S. and its territories, Canada, Haiti, China, Hungary, and the Cayman Islands

300+ competitors from Washington state

6 days in Baltimore, 1 day in Washington, D.C.

31 Inglemoor FBLA members at NLC: 21 juniors '19, 6 sophomores '20, 4 freshmen '21 (plus 2 advisers and 1 chaperone)

14 finalists and test-takers

10 Top 10 finishers:

Allan Dao '20 and Ethan Stone '20, 8th Computer Game and Simulation Programming

Tom Mikolyuk '19 and Rajbir Singh '19, 6th Digital Video Production

Swetha Mohandas '19, Michelle Morris '19, and Shreya Senthil '19, 7th Social Media Campaign

Stefan de Villiers '19, Jack Nussbaum '19, and Tejas Raj '19, 4th Sports and Entertainment Management

An indefinite amount of fun, surprising, exciting, and enriching moments and experiences.

To all of our NLC competitors: the officer team is filled with immense pride in your hard work and accomplishments at the conference, and we sincerely hope you had just as much fun in the process as we did. Thank you for an amazing end to an amazing year.

To all of Inglemoor FBLA: the officer team is filled with immense pride in your teamwork, collaboration, resolve, spirit, and community growth that you have exhibited this year.

Have a great summer, and Go Viks!

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Club Meeting 6.12

Today was the last block schedule day of the year, which also means today was the last FBLA club meeting of the year. Click here to view the slides presented at club.

A look back

Because this was the last club meeting of the year, we used this time to reflect upon the year in video form and in oral form. We watched a promo video for the club that is going live on GMI early next year (access the club slides to see the video), and we shared out about our favorite FBLA memories.

We also signed thank-you posters to our advisers, Mr. Tim Raines and Mrs. Teresa McCausland, who are departing us after this year. Their two years of service to Inglemoor FBLA is greatly appreciated, and their kindness and dedication to the club and our members will be missed.

Parting words

This year was a tremendous year for Inglemoor FBLA. We have continued to exhibit astronomical growth in membership and success, and we are now not only the largest FBLA chapter in the state of Washington, but also the chapter that qualified the most members to NLC.

The outgoing officer team is immensely proud to have served you in the last year and to have been part of this chapter's success. We encourage you to continue your hard work and dedication to not only FBLA, but in every part of your life. Keep Inglemoor FBLA going strong.

Dates to keep in mind

The year isn't quite over yet, though, even for our seniors (who are graduating soon!). Honor cords are still available for $6.60 from Ms. Heindel's office.

We moved pre-NLC to this Saturday because of widespread unavailability on Saturday. It is now a part of the optional NLC prep day, which is taking place at the Kenmore library from 11:30am to 3pm. The prep is optional, but presenting as part of pre-NLC is not.

Get hyped for NLC! It's just two weeks away! Hype!


See you sooner or later - thank you, and Go Viks!

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