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Future business leaders: Two Rivers hosts regional FBLA competition

5:57 PM, Feb. 3, 2013
Karly Curtin of Shawno, 17, sets up a projector in front of judges for her presentation in the Digital Design and Promotion competition of the Future Business Leaders of America convention at Two Rivers High School on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013, in Two Rivers.
Karly Curtin of Shawno, 17, sets up a projector in front of judges for her presentation in the Digital Design and Promotion competition of the Future Business Leaders of America convention at Two Rivers High School on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013, in Two Rivers.
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It's not unusual to see hundreds of students hurrying through the halls of Two Rivers High School, but it's not every day they are wearing business attire.

More than 700 students from 29 schools descended on TRHS on Saturday for the Wisconsin FBLA 2013 Region III Leadership Conference. They came from as far north as Pulaski and as far west as Kiel, according to Brittany Proehl, a senior at TRHS and Region III vice president.

"It's really stressful because ... you're hosting so many kids," said Proehl, who helped Two Rivers FBLA adviser Donna Stubbe coordinate the event. But partway through the ...

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