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CCHS HOSA Students Win First at State, Advance to Compete in Dallas

CCHS HOSA Students Win First at State, Advance to Compete in Dallas

Nine students in the Murray-Calloway County Area Technology Center Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) club competed in Louisville on March 23 at the State Leadership Conference. The Public Health team of (L to R) CCHS students Molly Clark, Addie Larson, Delaney McClure, Callie Tipton, and Murray High student Kelly Parr won first in their category, qualifying them to compete in the International Leadership Conference in Dallas, TX this summer. The HOSA club at Murray-Calloway ATC is led by pre-nursing instructor Nicole Vaughan.