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FBLA is starting October Spookingly Spectacular

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FBLA will be participating in a few events in the month of October to have fun and give back to the community. They will be participating at the Springs Preserve during the Haunted Harvest, as well as the Fall Rally in Las Vegas.

This started yesterday October 1, which means Halloween will be advertised and talked about heavily. FBLA is planning to capitalize on this month by planning do participate in community activities and attending Magic Mountain during their Halloween Event.

“Volunteering events most likely, like at Springs Preserves,” said junior Donny Chen, a member of the club. “Haunted Harvest maybe, you know, you know what I’m sayin, because we got pumpkins.”

Chen believes that FBLA will participate at Springs Preserves to help with their Haunted Harvest and bring the spirit of Halloween a little closer in Las Vegas.

” I know their some community events, there’s Fall Rally, I’m not sure where that’s is but it sounds fun,” said junior Charles Webber, another member of FBLA.

Webber is excited for this upcoming month as FBLA hopefully gets to experience some fun and take a role in the community.

“So we got Magic Mountain, coming up, it’s called Fright Fest. It’s a team building experience,” said Gregory Bailey, the Business and Chemistry teacher at A-TECH. “So we did Disneyland last year, it was a great time. And we are gonna go on Nevada Day, so there is a couple more weeks that people can pay. It’s not just for FBLA, its for everybody at the school.”

The field trip is open to the whole school, meaning, anyone who can pay for the trip can attend with others who have paid as well.

 

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