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e Monroe County Appeal, Paris, Mo. ,, Thursday, July 29, 2010 Page 3 Monroe County Fair 4-H Royalty... On Sunday, July 18, the 2010 Monroe County Fair 4-H Royalty was chosen including Prince Russell Mitchell, Princess Kelly Heinecke, Queen Lauren Embree and King John DeOrnellis (left to right, in top photo). Candidates and 2009 Royalty participating included, left to right, Patrick Ensor, Holliday Horizons; Joe Hulen, Madison; Brant Francis, Mark Twain; William Burns, Cannon Kids; Brandon Moore, Happy Go Lucky; Austin Wflkerson, Holliday Horizons; Conner Johnson, Happy Go Lucky; 2009 Prince Britton Francis, Mark Twain; 2010 Prince Russell Mitchell, Paris Patriots; 2009 King Dallas Hagenhoff, Happy Go Lucky; 2010 King John DeOrneHis, Mark Twain; 2010 Queen Lauren Embree, Mark Twain; 2009 Queen Shelby Landis, Happy Go Lucky; 2010 Princess Kelly Heinecke, Mark Twain; 2009 Princess Sydnee Playter, Mark Twain; Payton Gruber, Paris Patriots; Shelby Johnson, Happy Go Lucky; Allie Dunkin, Madison; Katie Youse, Holliday Horizons; Maddison Breid, Madison; Rachel Batsell, Paris Patriots; Kaylee Shoemaker, Cannon Kids; Katie Pugh, Happy Go Lucky. APPEAL PHOTO Josh Ebbesmeyer, left, and Paul Turner attended FBLA National Conference. SUBMITTED PHOTO Nashville, Tenn, is one of the the goals of FBLA-PBL members, country's most popular tourist some of the best and the brightest destinations--a place well-suited of today's young people. for over 7,700 future business Competing in FBLA-PBL's leaders to show they are "Simply national awards program, Josh the Best." Ebbesmeyer vied for top honors Future Business Leaders of Amer- in Business Math and Advertis- ica (FBLA), the largest and oldest ing and Paul Turner vied for top student business organization, held honors in Digital Forensics. Paris their National Leadership Confer- FBLA members competed against once in Nashville, July 14-17. Con- state representatives from across ference participants from around the United States, Puerto Rico, the country were in attendance for the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, this amazing conference and the Guam, the Cayman Islands, and petitive events program sponsored annually by FBLA-PBL, a profes- sional association for students pur- suing business careers. Individuals, local chapters, and state teams com- pete in over 50 events representing a range of business, career, and leadership development activities. The winners of these challenging and prestigious awards are selected from FBLA-PBL's over 210,000 members, and have won regional and state competitions to qualify for the national awards program. The 7,700 delegates to the 58th an- nual conference elected national student officers and attended busi- ness and leadership workshops in addition to competing in business and career skill events. In addition to competing in the competitive events, Josh and Paul served as Missouri voting delegates for the North Central Region officer elections. Both Josh and Paul attended leadership work- shops, worked on the campaign of Chris Dzuirck for North Central Vice-President, attended the open- ing session with keynote speaker, Robin Crow, owner of Dark Horse Recording and world renowned guitarist, and attended the Awards of Excellence Program. Barbara Mason, Paris FBLA adviser, and Chuck Mason attended the confer- ence as sponsors for Josh and Paul. Chuck Mason served as a national competitive event judge. The Paris delegation also visited The Parthe- non, Miss Jeanne's Dinner Theatre, downtown Nashville, and Nash- ville Shores. When asked about their experi- once at NLC, the boys made the following comments. Josh Ebbesmeyer said, "The FBLA National Leadership Con- ference trip to Nashville was a great experience where we made many new friends, and were reunit- ed with old friends! We also had a great time touring Nashville on our trip! I would personally say that the experience, even without placing, was a one of a kind opportunity that cannot be matched without going. I also enjoyed campaign- ing for Chris Dzuirck which was a learning adventure and going to the workshops that will hopefully be productive towards Paris FBLA as a chapter next year! Paul Turner said, "It was an amazing experi- ence. It was fun to meet new people and compete at the National level. I'm really glaa:i had the chance to go, and I hope to get to attend NLC in Orlando next year!" Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is a nonprofit orga- nization that prepares students for careers in business and business education. Its 210,000 members and advisers in 6,000 chartered chapters include students from the United States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, Guam, the Cayman Islands, and Europe. Its mission is to bring business and education together in a posi- tive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. To learn more, see FBLA-PBL's web site at or call 800- FBLA-WIN. FBLA Institute for Leaders. This the Department of Defense schools [ ! year's national theme, ,, FBLA- worldwide. PBL: Simply the Best! reflects The competition is part of a com- I .......... at ce"tuO~21broughtonteam.eom | 'Ea~)wnOflei~l%inSdl%d~r%ted~ntly R I I B 0 ABR GRI e .......... | Did you know can get free incoming Txt Pix and Calls with U.S. Cellular?. See stores for details :lometown Sunaay, Auy. 1, 1-2 p.m. m, " " "L onnect, on. "LC I~'hh Paris Location Perry Location ~l 1~ 25767Bus. Hwy 24 105S. Gill Street ~[ Paris, Me..660-327-6502 Perry, Me.. 573-565=6577 Call an ager 1 who cares! Kent Thomas 25976 Bus. Hwy. 24 Paris, MO (660) 327-4501 SOLID. ST RON G. ; ::: Missouri Farm Bureau of Insurance Companies 619 Bryan Ave. 26089 Rt. 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He is Melanie is a 2003 graduate of currently employed at Lineage in Kingsley-Pierson High School and Lenexa, Kan., as a Technician. has an Associate's Degree from They will be married the evening Western Iowa Tech in Sioux City, of Aug. 28, in Kansas City, at the Iowa, in Graphic Design. She is Hillcrest Country Club with recep- currently employed at Foxwood tion immediately following. Continued from page 2 be for my dad. Yes I lost my mom to my dad every time I talk to him. but he lost his spouse. I still have When I use to call on the phone he the every day company of my best would always hand the phone off friend (my husband)but he lost his to mom but now when I call he best friend, knows I am calling to talk to him. I But I want to end this article with have gotten to know my dad better the sliver lining because believe it in these last two years than I have or not all clouds have one. 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