Building skills

Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2003

T.C. Dyer works with advisor Doug Gordon during the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District's Career and Technical Student Orgnaization conference Feb. 28 at Kenai Peninsula College.

About 80 students and instructors attended the conference for a keynote speech by Nelson Amen, a number of workshops and a series of competitions. Dyer placed third in the construction competition.

Other winners included: Cameron Schneider, first, Chrystal Carlson, second, and April Rogers, third, drafting; Jimmy Gabriel, first, and Logan Manser, second, design, make and sell; Nate Morris, first, Kevin Swarner, second, and Zack Womack, third, welding; Merrick Jackinsky, first, Jake Eveland, second, and Mista Sando, third, principles of technology; Cameron POindexter, first, Lilly Lane, second, and Logan Poindexter, third, prepared speech; Joey Wicker, first, Bradley Hayes, second, and Jimmy Gabriel, third, job interview; Charlie Yoo, first, Eric Amberg, second, and Christian Clark, third, business math; Charlie Yoo, first, Angela Singh, second, and Melissa Johnson, third, keyboarding; Amy Velsco, first, Morgan Hoxie, second, and Joey Wicker, third, culinary arts; Jeremy Kauffman, first, and Brian Hack, second, construction; and Whitney Cushing, first, Cameron Poindexter, second, and Rocky Ward, third, extemporaneous speech. Winners of the district CTSO conference competitions will advance to the state contests March 31 to April 2 at the Anchorage Sheraton Hotel.



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