Graves County High School students recently placed well in the state competition of the Distributive Education Clubs of America at the Galt House in Louisville and have the opportunity to compete on the national level soon in Anaheim, Calif. Senior Elijah Stubblefield won first place in business services marketing. Sophomores Leah Cope, Tristen Davidson, and Sarah Wilkerson placed second in the team event of sports and entertainment marketing promotion plan. Also recognized on stage as event finalists were freshman Macy Youngblood (hotel and lodging management), sophomore Hannah Purcell (human resources management), junior Shara Elder (apparel and accessories marketing), junior Chloe Hohlbein (fashion marketing promotion plan), and senior Zach Brown (retail merchandising). Pictured here, from left, are (front row) Leah Cope, Shara Elder, Hannah Purcell, Chloe Hohlbein, (back row) Elijah Stubblefield, Tristen Davidson, Sarah Wilkerson, Macy Youngblood, and Zach Brown. Graves County’s DECA advisor is business teacher Michelle McKee.
Graves Hi DECA winners on to nationals
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