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Put Hunger Out of Business

NCPBL "Put Hunger Out of Business" Food Drive

 

Sponsored by NCPBL PD-F and Food Lion Meals Project

Food Collection Dates:  February 10-25

Take to Food Lion for Weighing:  February 26 or 27

(Food Bank site for chapters in file below)

PowerPoint Presentation Due:  March 15

Three Regional Winners and State Winner Announced at SLC

(Additional Details were in Chapter Guide and will be in SLC Guide)

 NCPBL Put Hunger Out of Business Food Bank Sites

Louisburg College


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Louisburg Graduate Wins at NLC

We are very excited to share that 2012 graduate David Safran was awarded first place in his competition category on Wednesday, June 27 at the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas. He placed first in the "Sales Presentation" category, competing against students from schools such as Rutgers, Florida International, and Valparaiso University.

One of Safran's Phi Beta Lambda advisors, former business faculty member Nancy Hammersley, attended the national competition in support of her former student. "David is a joy to work with," Hammersley said after Safran's Phi Beta Lambda advisors, former business faculty member Nancy Hammersley, attended the national competition in support of her former student. "David is a joy to work with," Hammersley said after Safran's win. "He is mature, self-reliant, very confident, and just extremely well prepared and he understands what it takes to succeed." After graduating from Raleigh's Broughton High School, Safran trained in car repair and worked as a Land Rover technician, delving into medical sales a few years later. A church mission trip to the South American country of Guyana inspired Safran to consider a change in his life, and he decided to attend college to earn a business degree.  We hope that David's success will help inspire our current PBL members to achieve their potential this year.

Nancy Hammersley with David Safran

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