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Barton College - Spring 2017

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Barton College is continuing its efforts to make a difference in the Wilson community, provide leadership development, enhance its visibility, increase membership, and raise funds for its projects.
 

Local chapter President and NCPBL State President Jamie Barton represented the Barton College chapter at the Fall Leadership Development Conference in Greensboro.

In the ninth year of the Barton College "Day of Service," Gamma Gamma chapter members enthusiastically volunteered to participate in October 2016.  Members volunteered with Hope Station packaging non-perishable food and with yard work. In November 2016, the chapter celebrated Free Enterprise Day with Professional Division-Foundation member Charles Lanier speaking to the members. 

To recruit new members, chapter members have attended several Barton College classes to promote Phi Beta Lambda. Members prepared power point presentations, played PBL promotional videos, and distributed handouts highlighting the benefits of the organization. They were also able to share with the students their experience with Phi Beta Lambda and all of the skills acquired through their involvement. The chapter has also exhibited at Barton’s Open Houses—advertising our organization to prospective students.

Phi Beta Lambda members and chapter advisers are equipped to experience "A Legacy of Leadership" by showcasing the Gamma Gamma chapter's activities of community service and leadership development while recruiting members at Barton’s Freshman Fair, Club Fair, and Meet your Major. During the semester, we have partnered with the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Wilson County Department of Social Services, and the Wil-Med Foundation assisting in their community service activities.  

December 2016, the two advisers judged at the FBLA Triangle East Regional Competition. Chapter members are judging Digital Events and Computer Applications School-Site Events prior to the FBLA State Leadership Conference. Jamie Barton and the two chapter advisers will judge at the FBLA State Leadership Conference in Greensboro in March 2017.

Barton College - Fall 2016

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Barton College is continuing its efforts to make a difference in the Wilson community, provide leadership development, enhance its visibility, increase membership, and raise funds for its projects. 

Chapter members judged and gave workshops at one Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) regional meeting. Chapter members pre-judged FBLA school-site tests. Jamie Barton and our two advisers judged performances at the NC FBLA State Leadership Conference.

Members enjoyed success at the NCPBL State Leadership Conference in April. We are proud that Jamie Barton was again elected as NCPBL President. Four members and two advisers/Professional Division members traveled to Atlanta, GA, for the PBL National Leadership Conference. 

As a member of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Gamma Gamma chapter volunteered for the Wilson Business Expo. The chapter displayed its trophies at the annual Club Fair and at the Majors Fair. All activities presented an unique opportunity to recruit our new and returning students.  The chapter has also exhibited at sessions of Barton's Freshman Orientation—advertising our organization to prospective students.

The chapter will participate again this year in the Barton College Day of Service on October 19.  All day classes are cancelled!! We will bag white rice, brown rice, and beans and assist in distributing canned items to those in need.

During the semester, we will partner with the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Wilson County Department of Social Services, and the Wil-Med Foundation assisting in their community service activities.

The chapter has a special Free Enterprise Day activity and March of Dimes project planned, as well as several fundraisers.

Our chapter continues its Legacy to Leadership for both traditional and Accelerated Profession Program students through joint projects.

Barton College - Spring 2016

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Barton College is continuing its efforts to make a difference in the Wilson community, provide leadership development, enhance its visibility, increase membership, and raise funds for its projects. 

Chapter member and Eastern Region Vice President Jamie Barton represented the Barton College chapter at the Fall Leadership Development Conference in Greensboro.

In the eighth year of the Barton College "Day of Service," Gamma Gamma chapter members enthusiastically volunteered to participate in October 2015.  Members volunteered with the First Christian Church assisting shut-in church members with yard work. In November 2015, the chapter celebrated Free Enterprise Day with Professional Division-Foundation member Richard Lee speaking to the members.

To recruit new members, chapter members have attended several Barton College classes to promote Phi Beta Lambda. Members prepared power point presentations, played PBL promotional videos, and distributed handouts highlighting the benefits of the organization. They were also able to share with the students their experience with Phi Beta Lambda and all of the skills acquired through their involvement. The chapter has also exhibited at Barton's Open Houses—advertising our organization to prospective students.

Phi Beta Lambda members and chapter advisers are equipped to "Connect" by showcasing the Gamma Gamma chapter’s activities of community service and leadership development while recruiting members at Barton's Freshman Fair, Club Fair, and Meet your Major. During the semester, we have partnered with the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Wilson County Department of Social Services, and the Wil-Med Foundation assisting in their community service activities. 

December 2015, two members and two advisers judged at the FBLA Triangle East Regional Competition. Chapter members are judging Digital Events and Computer Applications School-Site Events prior to the FBLA State Leadership Conference. Jamie Barton and the two chapter advisers will judge at the FBLA State Leadership Conference in Greensboro in March 2016.

   

Barton College - Fall 2015

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Barton College is continuing its efforts to make a difference in the Wilson community, provide leadership development, enhance its visibility, increase membership, and raise funds for its projects. 

Chapter members judged and gave workshops at two Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) regional meetings. Chapter members pre-judged FBLA school-site tests. Our two advisers judged performances at the NC FBLA State Leadership Conference.

Members enjoyed success at the NCPBL State Leadership Conference in April. We are proud that Jamie Barton was again elected as NCPBL Eastern Region Vice President. Two members and two advisers/Professional Division members traveled to Chicago, IL, for the PBL National Leadership Conference experiencing a l-o-n-g charter bus ride with their friends from Central Carolina Community College and enjoyed the sights of the Windy City. 

As a member of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Gamma Gamma chapter volunteered for the Wilson Business Expo. The chapter displayed its trophies at the annual Club Fair and at the Majors Fair. All activities presented an unique opportunity to recruit our new and returning students.  The chapter has also exhibited at sessions of Barton’s Freshman Orientation—advertising our organization to prospective students.

The chapter will participate again this year in the Barton College Day of Service on October 21.  All day classes are cancelled!! 

During the semester, we will partner with the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Wilson County Department of Social Services, and the Wil-Med Foundation assisting in their community service activities.  The chapter will also continue its Home Delivered Meals community service project—volunteering each Thursday to deliver meals in the community.

The chapter has a special Free Enterprise Day activity and March of Dimes project planned, as well as several fundraisers.

Our chapter continues to Connect the talents of both traditional and Accelerated Profession Program students through joint projects.

Barton College - 2014 Spring

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Barton College is continuing its efforts to make a difference in the Wilson community, provide leadership development, enhance its visibility, increase membership, and raise funds for its projects.  
Six chapter members and two advisers attended the Fall Leadership Development Conference in Greensboro.  Barton’s Non-Trivia team made us "proud" by earning second place. Three members and two advisors attended the Eastern Region Tip-Off in February at Nash Community College.

In the sixth year of the Barton College "Day of Service," Gamma Gamma chapter members enthusiastically volunteered to participate.  Members reorganized costumes at the Wilson Art's Council.  (We like those inside jobs!)  In November, the chapter celebrated Free Enterprise Day with Professional Division-Foundation member Jeffrey Massey speaking to the members.

In recruiting new members, chapter members have attended several Barton College classes to promote Phi Beta Lambda. Members prepared power point presentations, played PBL promotional videos, and distributed handouts highlighting the benefits of the organization. They were also able to share with the students their experience with Phi Beta Lambda and all of the skills acquired through their involvement. The chapter has also exhibited at Barton's Open Houses—advertising our organization to prospective students.

Phi Beta Lambda members and chapter advisers are practicing "Excellence in Action" by showcasing the Gamma Gamma chapter's activities of community service and leadership development while recruiting members at Barton's Freshman Fair, Club Fair, and Major's Fair. During the semester, we have partnered with the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Wilson County Department of Social Services, and the Wil-Med Foundation assisting in their community service activities.  The chapter continues to partner with a local organization to deliver "Home Delivered Meals" every Thursday.

Barton College Fall 2013

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Barton College is continuing its efforts to make a difference in the Wilson community, provide leadership development, enhance its visibility, increase membership, and raise funds for its projects.  

Five members and two advisers (and former Barton student and Mt. Olive graduate) traveled to Anaheim, CA, for the PBL National Leadership Conference again garnering trophies while enjoying the sights and sounds of Disneyland. 

As a member of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Gamma Gamma chapter volunteered for the Wilson Business Expo. The chapter displayed its trophies at the annual Club Fair and at the Majors Fair. All activities presented a unique opportunity to recruit our new and returning students.  The chapter has also exhibited at sessions of Barton’s Freshman Orientation—advertising our organization to prospective students.

Barton College members hosted the 2013 Eastern Region Kick-Off. Thirteen chapters with 45 members and advisers attended.

Chapter members fielded a team for the DZ Turtle Pull. The chapter will participate again this year in the Barton College Day of Service on October 16.  All classes are cancelled!!  

During the semester, we will partner with the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Wilson County Department of Social Services, and the Wil-Med Foundation assisting in their community service activities.  The chapter will also continue its Home Delivered Meals community service project—volunteering each Thursday to deliver meals in the community.
The chapter has a special Free Enterprise Day activity and March of Dimes project planned, as well as several fundraisers.

Our chapter continues to blend the talents of both traditional and Weekend College students through joint projects as we showcase Excellence in Action!

Barton College Spring 2013

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Barton College is continuing its efforts to make a difference in the Wilson community, provide leadership development, enhance its visibility, increase membership, and raise funds for its projects.  

Four chapter members and an adviser attended the Fall Leadership Development Conference in Raleigh, with Eastern Region Vice President Sarah Casey participating with fellow state officers on the program.  Barton’ Non-Trivia team made us “proud” by earning second place.  Two members and an advisor attended the Eastern Region Tip-Off in February with Eastern Region Vice President Casey and a Barton College PBL adviser participating on the program.

In the fifth year of the Barton College “Day of Service,” Gamma Gamma chapter members enthusiastically volunteered to participate.  Members cataloged new textbooks in the Library of the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf.  (We like those inside jobs!)

In November, the chapter celebrated Free Enterprise Day with Dawn Montoya speaking to the members. Ms. Montoya is a former Barton College chapter member, a former State President, and a former National Southern Region Vice President.  

As a member of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Gamma Gamma chapter assisted with the chamber’s Annual Business Meeting. Our chapter president had the honor of attending this meeting and receiving recognition for Phi Beta Lambda’s efforts in the preparation of the event.  

In recruiting new members, chapter members have attended several Barton College classes to promote Phi Beta Lambda. Members prepared power point presentations, played PBL promotional videos, and distributed handouts highlighting the benefits of the organization. They were also able to share with the students their experience with Phi Beta Lambda and all of the skills acquired through their involvement. The chapter has also exhibited at Barton’s Open Houses—advertising our organization to prospective students.

Phi Beta Lambda members and chapter advisers are “Igniting Innovations” by showcasing the Gamma Gamma chapter’s activities of community service and leadership development while recruiting members at Barton’s Freshman Fair, Club Fair, and Major’s Fair. During the semester, we have partnered with the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Wilson County Department of Social Services, and the Wil-Med Foundation assisting in their community service activities.  The chapter continues to partner with a local organization to deliver “Home Delivered Meals" every Thursday.

Barton College PBL Making a Difference

The Gamma Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Barton College is continuing its efforts to make a difference in the Wilson community, provide leadership development, enhance its visibility, increase membership, and raise funds for its projects.  

Eight members and an adviser traveled to San Antonio, TX, for the PBL National Leadership Conference again garnering trophies while enjoying the sights and sounds of the Riverfront. 

As a member of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Gamma Gamma chapter volunteered for the Wilson Business Expo. The chapter displayed its trophies at the annual Club Fair and at the Majors Fair. All activities presented a unique opportunity to recruit our new and returning students.  The chapter has also exhibited at three sessions of Barton's Freshman Orientation-advertising our organization to prospective students.

Barton College members and Eastern Region Vice President Sarah Casey hosted the 2012 Eastern Region Kick-Off. Ten chapters with 48 members and advisers attended.

Chapter members fielded a team for the DZ Turtle Pull. The chapter will participate again this year in the Barton College Day of Service on October 17.  All classes are cancelled!!  

During the semester, we will partner with the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Wilson County Department of Social Services, and the Wil-Med Foundation assisting in their community service activities.  The chapter will also assist with the School of Business Alumni Social during Homecoming Weekend.

The chapter has a special Free Enterprise Day activity and March of Dimes project planned, as well as several fundraisers.

Our chapter continues to blend the talents of both traditional and Weekend College students through joint projects as we continue our journey Igniting Innovation!

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