Future Business Leaders from Dingman-Delaware Middle School compete


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— Fifty-two Dingman-Delaware Middle School (DDMS) students competed in 15 different business and technology events in a competition held Feb. 23.

The results will be announced at the End of the Year Awards Ceremony at DDMS.

Computer literacy students volunteered to participate and become members of the Pennsylvania Future Business Leaders of America Club (FBLA), the largest business career student organization in the world. The FBLA-middle level has nearly 15,000 student members.

Listed below are the DDMS Future Business Leaders of America:

Gregory Aiello

Kaelyn Balbirer

Kelsey Barlotta

Sydney Bolles

Kayleigh Boone

Skyler Bower

Gavin Buckley

Race Chandler

Lauren Conklin

Victoria Corcoran

Nathan Crow

Rebecca Curtain

Marisa Dambach

Mirabella Demmo

Brianna Dodsworth

Connor Duesel

Tiffany Francois

Seth Garrera

Meg Gerrera

Ameliana Heaton

Brenna Hedden

Perry Langbein

Ava Lemoncelli

Nora Loiacono

Wyatt Magill

Madeline Mallon

Corey May

Meadow Mead

Marquies Miller

Breanna Moran

Zachary Morgan

Cassidy Mullamphy

Vincent Natiello

Noah Newton

Kaitlyn O'Connell

Sophia Perrin

Andre Phillips

Joey Pisano

Matthew Revere

Shay Rodriguez

Anna Romano

Jillian Senior

Maxim Shevtsov

Andrea Smith

Seth Williams

Lily Williams

Nicholas Yanuzzelli

Sawyer Yoncak


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