Trigg DECA raises money for breast cancer awareness
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Pictured above are all 11 students who traveled to Atlanta, Ga., for International Competition, from left to right: Heather Hall, Hannah Futrell, Taylor Butts, Jonathan Fuller, Sydney Geiger, X’Zashea Lawson-Mayes, Hannah Major, Emily Sweno, Hannah Barnett, JB Hendricks, and Grayson Ford.</i>
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Pictured above are all 11 students who traveled to Atlanta, Ga., for International Competition, from left to right: Heather Hall, Hannah Futrell, Taylor Butts, Jonathan Fuller, Sydney Geiger, X’Zashea Lawson-Mayes, Hannah Major, Emily Sweno, Hannah Barnett, JB Hendricks, and Grayson Ford.

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If there has been a Trigg County organization that has never failed to represent the county well, it is the TCHS DECA Organization.

This year, TCHS DECA has taken on Breast Cancer Awareness fundraising, a Talent Show, and has run a fully functional bookstore all while preparing to compete against other chapters from around the world in the 2014 International Career Development Conference. The competition occurred May 3-6 in Atlanta, Georgia. With an international theme of “Make it Count,” Trigg County DECA students have done nothing less than give DECA and their community their all.

Entering the Atlanta battleground to compete against students from China, Canada, Philippines, Guam, every state in America, and more, was the courageous Hannah Barnett, Taylor Butts, Grayson Ford, Jonathan Fuller, Hannah Futrell, Sydney Geiger, Heather Hall, JB Hendricks, X’Zashea Lawson-Mayes, Hannah Major and Emily Sweno.

For the rest of this story, see this week's issue of The Cadiz Record or subscribe to our e-Edition by calling 270-522-6605.
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