Altrusa & DECA officers attend joint meeting


Altrusa International of Washington C.H., a community-service organization consisting of local business and professional women, has for the past three years served as the “Business & Industry Advisory Council” to the student members of the DECA club based at Washington High School. Some 90 students are enrolled this year in David Penwell’s classes in the High School of Business, a program sponsored by Great Oaks Career Campuses, and more than half of them participate in the student organization known as DECA. Presenting their most recent accomplishments and short-term future goals to the board of Altrusa during an early-November joint discussion were DECA President Trevor Minyo, Secretary/Treasurer Sam Schroeder, and three vice presidents: Eli Lynch, Marketing; Brock Morris, Leadership; and Emma Funari, Outreach. Pictured clockwise from front left are Altrusans Kay Walker and Elizabeth Wright; teacher/advisor Penwell and Great Oaks liaison Paul Lorenz; West, Minyo, Schroeder; and Altrusans Elaine Crutcher and Jeannie Bihl. (DECA officers Funari and Lynch are not visible.)

Altrusa International of Washington C.H., a community-service organization consisting of local business and professional women, has for the past three years served as the “Business & Industry Advisory Council” to the student members of the DECA club based at Washington High School. Some 90 students are enrolled this year in David Penwell’s classes in the High School of Business, a program sponsored by Great Oaks Career Campuses, and more than half of them participate in the student organization known as DECA. Presenting their most recent accomplishments and short-term future goals to the board of Altrusa during an early-November joint discussion were DECA President Trevor Minyo, Secretary/Treasurer Sam Schroeder, and three vice presidents: Eli Lynch, Marketing; Brock Morris, Leadership; and Emma Funari, Outreach. Pictured clockwise from front left are Altrusans Kay Walker and Elizabeth Wright; teacher/advisor Penwell and Great Oaks liaison Paul Lorenz; West, Minyo, Schroeder; and Altrusans Elaine Crutcher and Jeannie Bihl. (DECA officers Funari and Lynch are not visible.)


Altrusa International of Washington C.H., a community-service organization consisting of local business and professional women, has for the past three years served as the “Business & Industry Advisory Council” to the student members of the DECA club based at Washington High School. Some 90 students are enrolled this year in David Penwell’s classes in the High School of Business, a program sponsored by Great Oaks Career Campuses, and more than half of them participate in the student organization known as DECA. Presenting their most recent accomplishments and short-term future goals to the board of Altrusa during an early-November joint discussion were DECA President Trevor Minyo, Secretary/Treasurer Sam Schroeder, and three vice presidents: Eli Lynch, Marketing; Brock Morris, Leadership; and Emma Funari, Outreach. Pictured clockwise from front left are Altrusans Kay Walker and Elizabeth Wright; teacher/advisor Penwell and Great Oaks liaison Paul Lorenz; West, Minyo, Schroeder; and Altrusans Elaine Crutcher and Jeannie Bihl. (DECA officers Funari and Lynch are not visible.)

Altrusa International of Washington C.H., a community-service organization consisting of local business and professional women, has for the past three years served as the “Business & Industry Advisory Council” to the student members of the DECA club based at Washington High School. Some 90 students are enrolled this year in David Penwell’s classes in the High School of Business, a program sponsored by Great Oaks Career Campuses, and more than half of them participate in the student organization known as DECA. Presenting their most recent accomplishments and short-term future goals to the board of Altrusa during an early-November joint discussion were DECA President Trevor Minyo, Secretary/Treasurer Sam Schroeder, and three vice presidents: Eli Lynch, Marketing; Brock Morris, Leadership; and Emma Funari, Outreach. Pictured clockwise from front left are Altrusans Kay Walker and Elizabeth Wright; teacher/advisor Penwell and Great Oaks liaison Paul Lorenz; West, Minyo, Schroeder; and Altrusans Elaine Crutcher and Jeannie Bihl. (DECA officers Funari and Lynch are not visible.)
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/11/web1_20191107_174804-5-.jpgAltrusa International of Washington C.H., a community-service organization consisting of local business and professional women, has for the past three years served as the “Business & Industry Advisory Council” to the student members of the DECA club based at Washington High School. Some 90 students are enrolled this year in David Penwell’s classes in the High School of Business, a program sponsored by Great Oaks Career Campuses, and more than half of them participate in the student organization known as DECA. Presenting their most recent accomplishments and short-term future goals to the board of Altrusa during an early-November joint discussion were DECA President Trevor Minyo, Secretary/Treasurer Sam Schroeder, and three vice presidents: Eli Lynch, Marketing; Brock Morris, Leadership; and Emma Funari, Outreach. Pictured clockwise from front left are Altrusans Kay Walker and Elizabeth Wright; teacher/advisor Penwell and Great Oaks liaison Paul Lorenz; West, Minyo, Schroeder; and Altrusans Elaine Crutcher and Jeannie Bihl. (DECA officers Funari and Lynch are not visible.)