Louisiana FBLAEdit

Louisiana State FBLA InformationEdit


Louisiana was organized in 1949 and received its National Charter in April of 1950. The Richard D. Clanton Memorial Award is named after the Louisiana's Father of FBLA.

Louisiana Region or District ListEdit

District One Comprised mainly of the northwest Louisiana parishes of: Caddo Parish Bossier Parish Webster Parish Claiborne Parish Bienville Parish

District Two Comprised mainly of the northeast Louisiana parishes of: Union Parish Morehouse Parish West Carroll Parish East Carroll Parish Ouachita Parish Richland Parish Madison Parish Jackson Parish Caldwell Parish Franklin Parish Tensas Parish LaSalle Parish Catahoula Parish Concordia Parish

District Three Comprised mainly of the central Louisiana parishes of: Sabine Parish DeSoto Parish Red River Parish Natchitoches Parish Winn Parish Grant Parish Rapides Parish

District Four Comprised mainly of the southwest Louisiana parishes of: Vernon Parish Beauregard Parish Allen Parish Calcasieu Parish Jeff Davis Parish Cameron Parish

District Five Comprised mainly of the south-central Louisiana parishes of: Evangeline Parish Avoyelles Parish St. Landry Parish Acadia Parish Lafayette Parish St. Martin Vermilion Parish Iberia Parish St. Mary Parish Terrebonne Parish Assumption Parish Lafourche Parish St. James Parish Point Coupee Parish

District Six Comprised mainly of the southeast Louisiana parishes of: West Feliciana Parish East Feliciana Parish St. Helena Parish Tangipahoa Parish Washington Parish St. Tammany Parish Livingston Parish East Baton Rouge Parish West Baton Rouge Parish Iberville Parish Ascension Parish St. John Parish St. Charles Parish Jefferson Parish Orleans Parish St. Bernard Parish Plaquemines Parish

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