Logan County DECA club attends state career development conference


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Photo submitted Members of the Logan County High School DECA club pose for a picture at the State Career Development Conference in Louisville.


The DECA Club attended the State Career Development Conference in Louisville on March 5-7. At the conference, club members competed against approximately 1,200 students from across the state, testing their knowledge of business concepts and problem solving skills. This year, 20 students attended the conference, of which 13 placed in the top 6 in their categories. Six LCHS students qualified for the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Anaheim, CA. The ICDC event will host students from across the United States and multiple other countries. Congratulations to all students who worked hard to earn these awards and achievements. Below are the students who placed in the Top 3 and those who qualified for ICDC.

1st – Keyleigh Harlan – Financial Career Cluster

2nd – Cheyenne Nash – KY Finance

2nd – Dakota O’Dell – Food Marketing *

2nd – Kelsey Collings – Quick Serve Restaurant Management *

2nd – CJ Raymer – Personal Financial Literacy *

3rd – Alexis Chick – Apparel and Accessories Marketing *

3rd – Isiaha Price and Jessica Holloway – Business Law and Ethics *

*Denotes ICDC qualifier

Placing 4th-6th:

Chloe Watkins – Personal Financial Literacy

Kristin Johnson – KY Marketing

Sara Bills – KY Sports Marketing

Anjali Evans – KY Finance

Brianna Loden – KY Marketing

Also, Jessica Holloway earned an award as an Outstanding Member for 2016-2017. The LCHS DECA Club sponsor is Ms. Amy Wisdom.

Photo submitted Members of the Logan County High School DECA club pose for a picture at the State Career Development Conference in Louisville.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_DECA.jpgPhoto submitted Members of the Logan County High School DECA club pose for a picture at the State Career Development Conference in Louisville.

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