DECA officers meet with Altrusa


Four officers on Washington High School’s DECA board met Thursday night with Altrusa International of Washington C.H.’s executive board, which serves as a business and industry advisory council. Some of the 55 members of the business club will assist on the final weekend of October with Altrusa’s eighth-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon/fundraiser. Interesting items on the DECA agenda included descriptions of the upcoming service projects on which the high school’s Strategies, Marketing and Business classes will be involved in the coming months. In the photo, the students are responding enthusiastically to a comment by Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher. Shown left to right are (standing) Trevor Minyo, Vice President for Leadership; and Blaise Tayese, DECA President; (front-row tables) Eli Lynch, Vice President for Outreach; Sam Schroeder, Secretary/Treasurer; and David Penwell, DECA advisor & business teacher at Washington High School; (second-row tables) Elaine Crutcher, Altrusa President; Kay Walker, Altrusa Board of Directors; and Troi Penwell, Altrusa Secretary; (back row), Paul Lorenz, Great Oaks liaison.

Four officers on Washington High School’s DECA board met Thursday night with Altrusa International of Washington C.H.’s executive board, which serves as a business and industry advisory council. Some of the 55 members of the business club will assist on the final weekend of October with Altrusa’s eighth-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon/fundraiser. Interesting items on the DECA agenda included descriptions of the upcoming service projects on which the high school’s Strategies, Marketing and Business classes will be involved in the coming months. In the photo, the students are responding enthusiastically to a comment by Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher. Shown left to right are (standing) Trevor Minyo, Vice President for Leadership; and Blaise Tayese, DECA President; (front-row tables) Eli Lynch, Vice President for Outreach; Sam Schroeder, Secretary/Treasurer; and David Penwell, DECA advisor & business teacher at Washington High School; (second-row tables) Elaine Crutcher, Altrusa President; Kay Walker, Altrusa Board of Directors; and Troi Penwell, Altrusa Secretary; (back row), Paul Lorenz, Great Oaks liaison.


Four officers on Washington High School’s DECA board met Thursday night with Altrusa International of Washington C.H.’s executive board, which serves as a business and industry advisory council. Some of the 55 members of the business club will assist on the final weekend of October with Altrusa’s eighth-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon/fundraiser. Interesting items on the DECA agenda included descriptions of the upcoming service projects on which the high school’s Strategies, Marketing and Business classes will be involved in the coming months. In the photo, the students are responding enthusiastically to a comment by Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher. Shown left to right are (standing) Trevor Minyo, Vice President for Leadership; and Blaise Tayese, DECA President; (front-row tables) Eli Lynch, Vice President for Outreach; Sam Schroeder, Secretary/Treasurer; and David Penwell, DECA advisor & business teacher at Washington High School; (second-row tables) Elaine Crutcher, Altrusa President; Kay Walker, Altrusa Board of Directors; and Troi Penwell, Altrusa Secretary; (back row), Paul Lorenz, Great Oaks liaison.

Four officers on Washington High School’s DECA board met Thursday night with Altrusa International of Washington C.H.’s executive board, which serves as a business and industry advisory council. Some of the 55 members of the business club will assist on the final weekend of October with Altrusa’s eighth-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon/fundraiser. Interesting items on the DECA agenda included descriptions of the upcoming service projects on which the high school’s Strategies, Marketing and Business classes will be involved in the coming months. In the photo, the students are responding enthusiastically to a comment by Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher. Shown left to right are (standing) Trevor Minyo, Vice President for Leadership; and Blaise Tayese, DECA President; (front-row tables) Eli Lynch, Vice President for Outreach; Sam Schroeder, Secretary/Treasurer; and David Penwell, DECA advisor & business teacher at Washington High School; (second-row tables) Elaine Crutcher, Altrusa President; Kay Walker, Altrusa Board of Directors; and Troi Penwell, Altrusa Secretary; (back row), Paul Lorenz, Great Oaks liaison.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_20181004_145503.jpgFour officers on Washington High School’s DECA board met Thursday night with Altrusa International of Washington C.H.’s executive board, which serves as a business and industry advisory council. Some of the 55 members of the business club will assist on the final weekend of October with Altrusa’s eighth-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon/fundraiser. Interesting items on the DECA agenda included descriptions of the upcoming service projects on which the high school’s Strategies, Marketing and Business classes will be involved in the coming months. In the photo, the students are responding enthusiastically to a comment by Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher. Shown left to right are (standing) Trevor Minyo, Vice President for Leadership; and Blaise Tayese, DECA President; (front-row tables) Eli Lynch, Vice President for Outreach; Sam Schroeder, Secretary/Treasurer; and David Penwell, DECA advisor & business teacher at Washington High School; (second-row tables) Elaine Crutcher, Altrusa President; Kay Walker, Altrusa Board of Directors; and Troi Penwell, Altrusa Secretary; (back row), Paul Lorenz, Great Oaks liaison.