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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue
Four Martin County HOSA members win at state meet
INEZ Eight members of Martin County Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) competed at state competition held March 11-14, 2003 at the Executive West Hotel in Louisville, KY. Four of the eight participants brought back state honors to maintain the high quality of the Martin County HOSA chapter. Those winning state honors were as follows: Joseph Harris, third place in extemporaneous writing; Lora Horn, second place in extemporaneous speaking; Kristie Bowen, second place for HOSA newsletter "Pulse of HOSA;" and Nicole Nichols, elected as KY state historian for 2003-04. Joseph, Lora, & Nicole will be participating in the national HOSA leadership conference to be held June 18-21, 2003 in Atlanta, GA.

Other HOSA members competing at state and respective competitions were as follows: Roshelle Maynard & Marie Moore, career health display; Cassandra Chafin, extemporaneous poster; Kristie Bowen, job seeking skills; and Misty Maynard, prepared speaking.

Martin County HOSA also received recognition for contributing non-perishable items and pop tabs to the Ronald McDonald House. This is a project that KY HOSA supports each year. Martin County HOSA has begun fund raising for the national HOSA service project, Relay for Life. They have maintained an active year by participating in community service projects, fund raising, and many activities geared toward preparing them to be more productive future health care providers. The advisor for Martin County HOSA is health sciences instructor, Martha Williams.

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