Floyd County High School students to compete in national HOSA conference
Three members of the Health Occupation Students of America club from Floyd County High School placed in competitions at the State HOSA Conference in March and will now compete at the National HOSA Conference in Orlando, Fla.
Katelyn Vaughn and Mollie Royal finished in first place in the Health Education category with their project on the positive and negative effects of tanning. Amber Huffman placed third in the Medical Photography category with her project, which highlighted careers dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer patients.
The students worked very hard to raise the funds for the trip and received many donations from community members and businesses. The National HOSA Conference in Orlando is June 19-23.
– Submitted by Christy Sutphin
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