Super Socks from Columbia High School takes third place!

Team Super Socks of Columbia High School was awarded $1,000 for their work in organizing sock drives at the high school, middle school, elementary school, and public library in Burbank, Wash. The students helped collect 730 pairs of socks, which they donated to Community Action Collection, a shelter where socks are the most-sought item, and one of the least-donated. Team Super Socks’ Jackson and Jade are shown below in front of Columbia Elementary School students who were responsible for collecting 246 of the 730 pairs of socks.


Second place goes to Cheney High School FBLA!

Cheney High School FBLA has won $1,500 for placing second. They used their $100 from STCU to develop a detailed plan that included hosting a fun run that raised $358 toward their cause. As part of their project, their team also purchased professional clothing, and providing help with resumes, and interview training for Cheney residents in need. For that effort, the group earned second-place in this year’s Hundred Dollar Project.



Congratulations to Odessa High School FBLA

who took home the top prize for the 2017 Hundred Dollar Project!

This creative and determined team of high school freshmen managed to make a huge impact on their small community with only $100 to start. By making and selling hundreds of caramel apples at local events, the team quickly hit their goal of raising more than $1,000, increasing their profits tenfold. Then, with their earnings, these amazing teens teamed up to prepare and deliver 553 homemade meals to senior citizens throughout their community. The team plans to donate their $2,500 prize to the Odessa Healthcare Foundation.

Congratulations to Odessa High School FBLA!

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