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National Leadership Conference
Orlando, Florida
June 23-26, 2004

Daily Updates - Friday

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Tuesday, June 22, 2004
Wednesday, June 23, 2004
Thursday, June 24, 2004
Saturday, June 26, 2004

The third day of HOSA’s National Leadership Conference is underway, and competitors are eager to begin.

Busses depart from the Marriott at 8 AM for Orlando Technical College for the following events:

Practical Nursing
Medical Laboratory Assisting
Medical Assisting Clinical
Administrative Medical Assisting
Personal Care

Nursing Assisting is at Valencia Community College. The bus departs at 12:30 PM for this event.

Events taking place throughout the day at the Marriot are:

Biomedical Debate – Debate Round
Career Health Display
Community Awareness
Dental Assisting
Dental Spelling – Spelldown
Dental Terminology
Extemporaneous Speaking
HOSA Bowl
Knowledge Test – Concepts of Healthcare
Knowledge Test – Growth and Development
Knowledge Test – Nutrition
Knowledge Test – Pathophysiology
Knowledge Test – Pharmacology
Medical Reading
Medical Spelling – Spelldown
Medical Terminology
Physical Therapy
Prepared Speaking
Speaking Skills
Veterinary Assisting

Exhibitors make the most of their final day, and continue to meet the HOSA delegates and introduce them to their organizations.

Educational Symposiums continue throughout the day, and delegates are able to attend a variety of sessions from “Internet Safety: How to Stay Safe in Cyberspace”, “Anatomy in Clay: Angiology & Neurology: Blood and Nerves” to attending a veterinary workshop at Sea World to learn about what goes on behind the scenes.

The National Recognition Session takes place from 7:30 – 10:00 PM. The award winners are recognized at this evening’s ceremony for their contributions to HOSA.

AWARD RECIPIENTS

OUTSTANDING ADVISORS

STATE

  NAME

SCHOOL

AL

 

Deborah Hilley

Earnest Pruett Center of Technology

   

and Carol Thompson

Bishop State Community College

AR

 

Floye Taylor

South Arkansas Community College

CA

 

Margie Shamblin

Baldy View ROP

   

and Karen Dennis

Southeast ROP

CO

 

Linda Ashburn,

Bollman Tech. Ed. Ctr.

FL

 

Rebecca Wiggins

West Florida High  of Advanced Technology

GA

 

Julie Garrett

Towns County 

   

and Kevin McHugh

North Metro Tech. College

IA

 

Gloria Sampson

Roland Story Community  District

ID

 

Connie Scott

Bonneville 

IL

 

Dana Clayton

Collinsville AVC

   

and Rhonda Patterson

Chicago Public Schools

IN

 

Gwen Barnett

Evansville North 

KS

 

Karen Gull

Pittsburg
   

and Denice Klassen

Wichita Area Technical College

KY

 

Frances Click

Lee County ATC

   

and Kim Nealis

Maysville Community Technical College

MD

 

Joan Coffman

Harford High

ME

 

Roxanne Wheeler

Westbrook Regional Vocational Center

MI

 

Amy Dore

Bay Arenac ISD Career Center

MN

 

Chuck Rud

Northeast Metro #916

   

and Jeanne Bowmann

Hennepin Technical College

MS

 

Beverly Jones

Biloxi 

   

and Sandy Cochran

Jones County Junior College

MT

 

Susan Cooper

Great Falls College of Technology

NC

 

Linda West

Plymouth 

NE

 

Karen Kropp

Grand Island Senior

NH

 

Barbara Kelly

Pinkerton Academy

NJ

 

Dolores McKenner

Academy of Allied Health

   

and Jackie Clarke

Technical Institute of Camden County

NY

 

Chris Angus

Wayne Career & Tech Center

   

and Sheila Cummings

William. H. Maxwell 

OK

 

Cindy Osmus

 
   

and Diane Duffy

Chisholm Trail Technology Center, Omega

OR

 

Kerry Stevenson

Roosevelt 

PA

 

Marie Sauter

Upper Bucks County AVTS

   

and Dr. Debra Kirchhof-Glazier

Juniata College

SC

 

Sharie Cato

Gilbert 

   

and Sharon Clyburn

Applied Technology Education Campus

TN

 

Sloan Hudson

Beech High

UT

 

Diane Gardner

Mountain View 

   

and Dr. Jackie Smith

University of Utah

VA

 

Diane Mundy

Franklin County 

   

and Gail Vipperman

Smyth County Career & Technology Center

WI

 

Sylvia Sanchez

Washington Park 

   

and Judy Kaplan

Gateway Technical College

WV

 

Janice Grimm

Wood County Technical Center

   

and Kay Dolan

Monongolia Technical Education Center

HONORARY LIFE MEMBER

Joyce Borndahl, Wisconsin State Advisor
Belinda Mahone, Texas, Immediate Past Chair, HOSA, Inc. Board of Directors

OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD

Mr. Bill Davis, Tennessee

NATIONAL SERVICE PROJECT: AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

Top Financial Contributor - ($46,124.42) North Carolina

Largest Single Chapter Contribution - ($10,230.00) Duncanville High School, Texas

FOR A CONTRIBUTION OF $100

Colorado - Pikes Peak Community College

Idaho - Riverbend Pit Academy and Bonneville

Iowa - Tucker Center For Career And Technical Education

Maryland - Harford Technical

New Jersey - Bridgeton

North Carolina - Rockingham County

Tennessee
- Benton Co. Career & Tech. Center
- Dresden
- Hamilton
- Dickson County
- Loretto
- Bradley Central
- East High
- Unicoi County
- Sweetwater
- Bolton
- Mt. Juliet

Virginia
- Liberty
- Henry County Public
- Smyth Career and Technology Center
- Franklin County
- E.C. Glass
- Wythe County Technology Center

West Virginia
- Mcdowell Co. Career & Technology Center
- Preston

FOR 100 HOURS OF SERVICE

California - California High

North Carolina - Providence Senior

South Carolina - Marion County School of Practical Nursing

Tennessee - Unicoi County and Houston High

Texas - Hardin-Jefferson

FOR A NATIONAL SERVICE PROJECT CONTRIBUTION OF $500

Arkansas - Quitman

California - California High

Georgia - South Forsyth

Illinois - Grundy Area Vocational

Iowa
- Benton Community
- Missouri Valley

Minnesota - Secondary Technical Center

Nebraska
- Ralston/Papillion
- Ralston

North Carolina
- Providence Senior
- Pisgah
- Myers Park
- Plymouth
- East Duplin

Oregon - Roseburg Senior

Pennsylvania - Hazelton Area Career Center

South Carolina
- Barnwell Co. Career Center
- Finklea Career Center
- Gilbert
- Greenwood County Career Center
- Lexington Technology Center
- Marion County School of Practical Nursing
- Pelion
- Strom Thurmond Career Center

Tennessee
- Wayne County Tech Center
- Chester Co.
- North Knox Technology Center
- Houston High
- Wilson County Vocational Center
- Munford

Texas
- Carroll Co. Technical Center
- Duncanville
- Hardin-Jefferson
- Jasper
- Weslaco

Virginia - Brooke Point

FOR A VERY GENEROUS 500 HOURS OF SERVICE

Pennsylvania - Carrick High
Tennessee - East High

MOST ENTHUSIASTIC STATE

Georgia HOSA

BARBARA JAMES SERVICE AWARD
President’s Student Service Award Recipients

Millions of students volunteer every day-improving communities and making America stronger. Launched in 1998, the President's Student Service Awards is an opportunity for schools, colleges, and community organizations to reward and recognize young people for their outstanding community service and encourage more young people to serve.

HOSA has a recognition project called the Barbara James Service Award that recognizes HOSA member’s service to others. In conjunction with the Barbara James Service Award recognition, HOSA has endorsed and encouraged involvement in the President’s Student Service Awards & Scholarship program. The individuals listed below have collectively volunteered 8,056 hours to others and have earned both the HOSA Barbara James Service Award and the President’s Student Service Award.

Gold (250 or more hours)
Genneva Dooley (AL)
Justin Price Parish (AL)
Karen Nguyen (FL)
Ben Kurka (IA)
Daniel Kubicek (MI)
Jacob Bradley (NC)
Timothy Dale Murray (TN)
Silvia Barron (TX)
Heather Belveal (TX)
Shravya Goli (TX)
Benjamin Reichert (UT)
Whitney Bloom (VA)
Richard Hendrick (VA)
Rachel Lam (VA)

Silver (175-249 hours)
Amy Bedingfield (AL)
Pamela Thomas (AL)
Amber Wood (AL)
Lacey Ritscher (IA)
Nehal Dinesh Ghandi (TX)
Vittal Kadapakkam (TX)
Gregory Klaas (WI)

Bronze (100-174 hours)
Amy Payne (AL)
Tara Schimmel (IA)
Tara Davis (KY)
Calvin Kerr (KY)
Carolyn Kraus (NH)
Katie Testagrossa (NH)
Benjamin Upham (NJ)
Carla Ann Sparks (NC)
Wa Chan (OR)
Ira Levanthal (OR)
Jaime Strong (TN)
Amber Camp (TX)
Esmeralda Juarez (TX)
Priya Kalia (TX)
Meric Williams (VA)

Barbara James Volunteer Hours (50 – 100 Hours)

The following HOSA members contributed 728 hours of volunteer service to others and documented their service in the Barbara James Service Award. These members are attending this year’s NLC and will are recognized by HOSA at the National Recognition Session.

Jennifer Carter (AL)
Jolene Sierakowski (AL)
Rhea Robinson (IA)
Amber Weber (KY)
Erin Bisson (ME)
Thomas Selby (ME)
Naomi Grace Hoots (NC)
Sandramarie E. Hoots (NC)
Jessica Sapp (NC)
Cortney Riley (TX)
Stephen Haigh (VA)
Kristy Murray (WV)

Barbara James Service Award
The following HOSA members are not attending this year’s NLC, but contributed almost 9,284 hours of volunteer service to others. Each will be presented with a certificate for their outstanding service.

Alabama
Jessica Alford
Brandy Brooks
Tasha Gilker
Sarah Gutknecht
Tabitha Head
Megan Learned
Heather Miller
Kiona Moore
Jennifer Parton
Heather Pinkerton
John David Rodriguez

Iowa
Jessica Durkop
Jillian Durkop

Kentucky
Nancy Brown

New Hampshire
Melissa Bouley

North Carolina
Alaina Allen
Brittany Booe
Bridgett Bracken
Lakisha Brandon
Hannah Carroll
Ciara Evans
Anwar Harris
Bridget Hutchins
Amanda Lazenby
Cody Martin
Nicole Smitherman
Miketa Southerland
Karie Steelman
Petra Taft
Justin Ryan Vause

Oregon
Lisa Gibbens
Cecilia Ha
Brianna Metzler
Ana Nguyen
Julie Nguyen
Phong Nguyen
Ayole Waritu

Tennessee
Wayne Allen
Marissa Bennett
Jerri Nicole Carlton
Erica Deel
Leslie Hollis
Vanessa Kinsler
Ashley Mills
Branden Ellison
Ashley Moore
Douglas Moore
Micah Ogle
Kayla Ruddy

Texas
Blake Kennard

Utah
Jalynn Calder
Brian Dean
Ashley Farr
Tasha McCullock
Marko Mijic
Christine Mylott
Cassandra Pollock
Anthony Smith
Jessica Svendsen
Cynthia Witt
Kerry Whalen

Virginia
Monica Blessing
Ilene Coggin
John Adrian Dalton
Courtney Daniels
Tina Everett
Michael Marshall
Jessica Shifflett
Heather Schaubach
Amber Turman
Brita Williams
Lauren Wright

West Virginia
Brandy Adams

NATIONAL HOSA WEEK

East High School, Tennessee

NATIONAL RECOGNITION PROGRAM

Alabama - Stacy McKinnon

California
- Patrick Hillman
- Carlos Salazar

Florida
- Yeon Kim
- Bryan Kelly

Georgia
- Brittany Hulsey
- Brittany Cox

Idaho - James Stutheit

Iowa
- Jennifer Gahring
- Lacey Ritscher

Maine
- Tom Selby
- Erin Bisson

Michigan - Meagan Depew

Mississippi
- Scott Ehlers
- Jennifer Phelps

Nebraska
- Amanda Bazemore
- Michelle Pacovsky

North Carolina
- Jasmine Tate
- Amanda Pynchon
- Ashley Ivey
- Magi Youssef
- Shannon Lane
- Naomi Hoots
- Sandramarie Hoots
- Valerie Martin
- Laura McDonald
- Jessica Sapp
- Monjurul Dolon

Oklahoma
- Heather Conway
- Patricia Day
- Katherine O’Leary
- Sheritta Commey
- Rene Holthus
- Linda Jantzen
- Pam Schlegel

Pennsylvania - Edward R. Callahan, III

Tennessee
- Crystal Fuller
- Shani Stevens
- Portia Tharpe
- Sierra Jenkins
- Felicia Buckingham
- Cody Haynes
- Brandy Spann
- Wes Brookshear
- Genesia Dickson
- Amber Carson
- Christy Fincher
- Jennifer Walton
- Amber Baxley
- Kharmen Gray
- Ceantanna Harrison
- April Jones
- Arionna Taylor
- Lasandria Ward
- Keshia Bailey
- Brittney Brownlee
- James Cartwright
- Freddie Cunningham
- Crystal Ellis
- Venus Fowler
- Arsenio Hardrick
- Sherrell McCoiy
- John McGhee
- Jeremy Nutall
- Arthur Payne
- Darrell Perkins
- Crystal Washington
- Rose McClintock
- Chelsea Burkhart
- Sarah Sexton
- Michael Dawson
- Tara Hansard
- Ashton Johnson
- Jaime Kennon

Texas
- Stephanie Allen
- Silvia Barron
- Molly Behymer
- Heather Belveal
- Jodi Clark
- Cale Daniels
- Nehal Gandhi
- Saul Garza
- Genevieve Gonzalez
- Nicole Hibbard
- Esmerelda Juarez
- Crystal Kahil
- Jose Lerma
- Marco Pina
- Cortney Riley
- Esmerelda Sanchez-Martinez
- Margaret Schwartz
- Lauren Thompson
- Veronica Vasquez

Virginia - Donna Blevins

West Virginia
- Misty Duff
- Miranda Funk

CLINICAL SPECIALTY PILOT EVENT

Postsecondary/Collegiate Winners:

3rd Place
Tracie Jordan, Mississippi

2nd Place
Ryan Gil, Oklahoma

1st Place
Misty Ward, Oklahoma

Secondary Winners:

3rd Place
Michelle Summerall, Texas

2nd Place
Yesenia Salinas, Texas

1st Place
Billy Badeau, Florida

CHAPTER NEWSLETTER

3rd Place
Houston High, Tennessee

2nd Place
Kentucky-Tech Cumberland ATC, Kentucky

1st Place
Richland High, Tennessee

OUTSTANDING HOSA MEMBER

Postsecondary/Collegiate:

Tracie Jordan, Mississippi

Secondary:

Lacey Ritscher, Iowa

OUTSTANDING HOSA CHAPTER

Postsecondary/Collegiate:

Bronze
Marion Tech Education Center, South Carolina

Silver
Chisolm Trail Technology Center, Oklahoma

Gold
Caddo-Kiowa Tech Center, Oklahoma
Baldy View ROP, California

Secondary:

Bronze
West Montgomery, North Carolina
Palmdale, California
East Montgomery, North Carolina
Richmond Senior , North Carolina

Silver
Smithfield-Selma, North Carolina
Tri County Tech Center, Maine
Rockingham County, North Carolina
Camden County Tech, New Jersey

Gold
Quitman, Arkansas
Harford Technical, Maryland
Benton Community College, Iowa
Plantation, Florida
Roseburg, Oregon
Grundy Area Vocational Center, Illinois
Green Country Technology Center, Oklahoma
Seneca High School, Illinois
Forbush High School, North Carolina
Tucker Center For Career And Technical Education, Iowa
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Passaic County Tech, New Jersey
Gulfport, Mississippi

2004-05 HOSA THEME

“HOSA: Building The Dreams Of Today Into The Realities Of Tomorrow” – Tennessee HOSA

NATIONAL OFFICER RECOGNITION

Region 1 Vice President, Jaime Bagwell, Texas
Region 2 Vice President, Shelonda Richardson, Tennessee
Secondary Rep., HOSA, Inc. Board of Directors, Carolyn Green, North Carolina
Postsecondary/Collegiate Board Rep., HOSA, Inc. Board of Directors, Kay Spear, Oklahoma
President-Elect, Lauren Sheldon, North Carolina
2003-04 President, Adam Prim, North Carolina

2003-04 NATIONAL OFFICERS

National President Lauren Sheldon, North Carolina
President-Elect Reginald Coleman, Indiana
PS/C Vice-President Angela Pickell, Kansas
Region I Vice-President Michelle Pacovsky, Nebraska
Region II Vice-President Sarah Sexton, Tennessee
Region III Vice-President Edward Callahan, Pennsylvania
PS/C Board Representative Joseph Cate, New Hampshire
Secondary Board Representative Tyler Webster, North Carolina

Another successful day comes to an end, and competitors anxiously await the Postsecondary/Collegiate and Secondary Awards Sessions tomorrow evening. Saturday morning and afternoon is HOSA Day for conference delegates, and they will spend time at Orlando attractions until the Grand Awards Sessions in the afternoon.

 


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