District Skills Competition – Success in the Dark!

Date: January 16th, 2014
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This past weekend over 150 DECA members from around the state attended the District Skills competition hosted by Cascade High School. The day consisted of testing and role-plays where members were able to fine-tune their skills for the upcoming State Career Development Conference. The competition also exposed new members to what DECA competition looks like. Members pushed through a power outage from a storm the night before, and spent over half of their day competing in the dark. Talk about some DECA-dedicated students!

Despite the power outage, the event was high successful and many members found it beneficial. “It was a great first experience” said Jessi, a first year member from Woodburn High School.

Oregon DECA would like to give a big thank you to District two Vice President Bailey Boaz for planning the event, Cascade Chapter President Bodie Christ and Cascade Advisor Mr. Reinhardt for hosting, and a number of Alumni and local business professionals for their volunteer work and help with judging.