Pequannock FBLA Hosts Holiday Festival

December 14, 2018

This year, the Pequannock FBLA Chapter’s Community Service Committee chose to fund a child’s wish through the Elle Foundation.


The child chosen is the adorable Ty, whose wish is to see the Radio City Rockettes. The Pequannock FBLA Chapter was able to find her through the Elle Foundation.


The Elle Foundation’s website explains that they are “the only wish granting organization whose primary mission is to grant wishes for children with a recurrence of cancer. Granting final second wishes requires an extraordinary financial commitment.” The Pequannock FBLA Chapter’s Community Service Committee leaders, Alyssa Romano and Holly Padko, kept in touch with the Elle Foundation’s President and Chairman, Laurie Richmond, in order to coordinate funding Ty’s wish.


The Pequannock FBLA Chapter gathered funds for Ty through a Holiday Festival event. The event took place in Pequannock Township High School, on December 14 from 5:30 to 8 P.M.. The event was open to Pre-K through Grade 5 students, who were charged $5 admission. The children could partake in fun activities in 4 different holiday inspired rooms: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. All rooms were decorated to the nines by volunteers and executive board members.


All proceeds from the event are being donated to fund Ty’s wish. The Chapter looks forward to hearing about her experience at Radio City Hall!

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Pequannock FBLA Places in Regional Competitive Events

December 07, 2018

This year, the Pequannock FBLA Chapter had 113 motivated participants compete in Regional Competitive Events.


The FBLA National Awards Program, also known as competitive events, tests the knowledge and skill of FBLA members. To have the opportunity to receive an award at the national level, members must compete and succeed in three levels. The first level is the Regional Competition, which is determined by region and state. Members who place at the Regional level must then place at their State Leadership Conference, where they compete with members from other chapters in their state. The final level is the National Leadership Conference, where members have the chance to win a national award.


The Regional Competitive Events were particularly exciting this year for Pequannock FBLA with the introduction of new events, such as Digital Video Production, Political Science, and Journalism. Overall, 37 Pequannock FBLA members placed regionally, and an impressive 82 members will be in attendance at the New Jersey State Leadership Conference.

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“JEANS DAY” - Pequannock FBLA March Of Dimes Fundraiser

November 30, 2018

The Pequannock FBLA Chapter has partnered with March of Dimes in order to raise money for their cause. The March of Dimes is a charitable organization committed to preventing birth defects and infant death. The organization works toward its mission through education, advocacy and research aimed at prenatal health, genetics and birth defects.


On Friday, November 30th, the Pequannock FBLA chapter coordinated a fundraiser, “Jeans Day,” with Pequannock High School teachers. To support the cause of March of Dimes, teachers wore jeans and donated $5 in a basket set out in the school’s main office in exchange for a March of Dimes wristband.


Throughout the day, teachers could be spotted proudly strutting in their jeans, absolutely delighted to be supporting such a good cause.


The “Jeans Day” fundraiser raised over $80 in the small high school, and all proceeds were donated to the March of Dimes Organization.

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