The DeKalb County High School, Future Business Leaders of America attended Leadership Development Camp at Camp Clements in Doyle, Tennessee this past weekend. Members attended workshops on topics of Leadership, Community Service, Teamwork, Networking, and Competition.
Members were assigned to officer-specific training. Chapter members that attended were: Kris Barret, Dosson Medlin, Luke Green, Eli Cantrell, Elliott Cook, Karen Johnson, Shelby Clayborn, Brooklynn Wilson, Susan Webb, Sahara LaFever, Rilee Winfree, and Destiny Franklin . The club adviser that attended camp with the students was Marilyn Roberts who participated in the adviser’s training. Two members Shelby Clayborn and Destiny Franklin participated in the Talent Show.
In addition to workshops and officer training campers participated in recreation activities and were divided by color groups. Recreation activities included relay races and other team building activities. This was a wonderful experience for the students. They gained leadership, social, public speaking, and networking skills by participating in Camp Clements Leadership Development Camp.
This group received several awards. Brooklyn Wilson was chosen by her group members as the Silver Group most spirited member. Destiny Franklin finished in the top three in the talent show. Eli Cantrell received one of the sports awards for basketball. Luke Green and Rilee Winfree won the color group competition as members on the white team. Finally, Marilyn Roberts was chosen by all FBLA members and advisers present at camp as the FBLA Most Spirited Adviser.
Pictured: front: left to right: Brooklynn Wilson, Rilee Winfree, Destiny Franklin, Susan Webb, Shelby Clayborn, Karen Johnson, Sahara LaFever
Back row: Eli Cantrell, Dosson Medlin, Elliott Cook, Luke Green and Kris Barrett