FBLA chapter selling bracelets to send kids to school

Adams Central FBLA members Brooke Bonifas (left) and Erin
McCready compare different designs of thel YUDA bands
while selling them during lunch Tuesday at the school.

Purchasing a $7 leather and stone bracelet is all students at Adams Central High School are asking to help send three students in developing countries to school for a year.

The school's Future Business Leaders of America chapter is selling the YUDA bands as an awareness project to highlight the struggles students have just to go to school in foreign countries.

The chapter is partnering with the national YUDA bands organization that works with schools and student organizations in high schools, middle schools and junior highs across the country.

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