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					VOLUME 3, ISSUE 4

B U S I N E S S
DECEMBER 2007

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FBLA & The Great Toy Drive
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Written by: Dawn Le Dates To Remember: During the season of giving, toys for the Great Toy Drive piled up for thousands of children in need. This year marked the 26th annual Great Toy Drive for KGW Northwest News Channel 8. The drive took place from November 24 through December 18. “It felt good to give a toy for the Great Toy Drive,” FBLA member Sara Lee responded. “It’s better to give than to receive.” To celebrate students’ accomplishments in motivating others to donate toys, our chapter hosted a holiday party during lunch. At the awards session our chapter gave recognition to the toys that stood out the most.

1/7 Booster Club Meeting @ 7 pm 1/8 FBLA Meeting @ Lunch 1/13 Bee Movie at Mt. Hood Theater 1/22-23 Regional Skills Testing

FBLA members with toys to be donated

Awards: Cutest Biggest Cheapest Babiest Noisiest Coolest Most Fun Most Girlish Most Useful Most Bilingual Manliest Bluest

Toys: Cookin’ for Kids NASCAR The Grill Bunting Baby Dog Batman Play-Doh Play Set Beads Spongebob Dominoes Dora the Explorer AXE Blue Bear

Most Expensive Extreme Muscle Truck

Toys to be donated

Centennial High School 3505 SE 182nd Avenue Gresham, OR 97030 503.762.6180

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MEMBER OF THE MONTH: Erik Widestrom, Senior 2nd Year Member Erik has been a part of FBLA to get involved with the community by doing the various community service projects that FBLA offers. By joining FBLA, Erik hopes to gain work experience as well. His favorite part of FBLA was the projects he participated in, such as the American Enterprise project. Not only is Erik in FBLA but he is also on Mt. Hood Swim team and in National Honor Society. Throughout his high school career, Erik has been able to achieve a 3.8 GPA while participating in other extracurricular activities. FBLA MEMBERS HELP THE LESS FORTUNATE Written by: Dawn Le Many families in Oregon alone are homeless and struggle everyday to have food on their table. The Oregon Food Bank is a statewide network that serves all of Oregon and Clark County in Washington. They have distributed 752,044 emergency food boxes within Oregon and Clark County in 2007. The holiday season has arrived, and business students worked with the Oregon Food Bank Organization to encourage their fellow classmates to give during this season. A competition was held between classes to push students to donate canned foods. The class with the most cans wins the choice of a pizza, Don Pedro’s, or Taco Bell party. As a result, the Business Leadership (FBLA class) won the class competition. They alone brought in 27,000 pounds for the Canned Food Drive. Centennial’s FBLA chapter has worked with the Canned Food Drive for many years. This year, however, Centennial High School has reached an incredibly high standard. Our school has been announced by the Oregon Food bank as the third largest contributor.

MONTHLY LEADERSHIP QUOTE: “The secret of a leader lives in the tests he has faced over the whole course of his life, and the habit of action he develops in meeting those tests.” –Gail Sheehy

Centennial High School 3505 SE 182nd Avenue Gresham, OR 97030 503.762.6180


				
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