DECA and Altrusa boards meet


Four officers from the active DECA club at Washington High School met Thursday with the board of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., whose members serve as business & industry mentors. From left are Incoming Altrusa President Shelia Johnson; Emma Funari, Vice President of DECA Community Outreach; Eli Lynch, Vice President of DECA Marketing; Sam Schroeder, DECA Treasurer & Secretary; Brock Morris, Vice President of DECA Leadership; and Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher.

Four officers from the active DECA club at Washington High School met Thursday with the board of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., whose members serve as business & industry mentors. From left are Incoming Altrusa President Shelia Johnson; Emma Funari, Vice President of DECA Community Outreach; Eli Lynch, Vice President of DECA Marketing; Sam Schroeder, DECA Treasurer & Secretary; Brock Morris, Vice President of DECA Leadership; and Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher.


Photos courtesy of Alice Craig

Eli Lynch is shown explaining to Altrusa board members several of the dozen current projects in which David Penwell’s Washington High School students in business, marketing, finance and management courses are involved. More than 90 students are enrolled in the High School of Business, with some 50 of them additionally members of the extracurricular DECA club also advised by Penwell. Board members of the local Altrusa club serve as the Business & Industry Advisory Council to the young officers, and at this meeting there were fast-paced discussions between the two groups. Pictured are (clockwise from upper left) David Penwell, Sam Schroeder, Emma Funari, Shelia Johnson (in rear), Brock Morris, Eli Lynch, Elaine Crutcher (obscured), Liz Wright and Claudia Coe.


Photos courtesy of Alice Craig

Four officers from the active DECA club at Washington High School met Thursday with the board of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., whose members serve as business & industry mentors. From left are Incoming Altrusa President Shelia Johnson; Emma Funari, Vice President of DECA Community Outreach; Eli Lynch, Vice President of DECA Marketing; Sam Schroeder, DECA Treasurer & Secretary; Brock Morris, Vice President of DECA Leadership; and Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher.

Eli Lynch is shown explaining to Altrusa board members several of the dozen current projects in which David Penwell’s Washington High School students in business, marketing, finance and management courses are involved. More than 90 students are enrolled in the High School of Business, with some 50 of them additionally members of the extracurricular DECA club also advised by Penwell. Board members of the local Altrusa club serve as the Business & Industry Advisory Council to the young officers, and at this meeting there were fast-paced discussions between the two groups. Pictured are (clockwise from upper left) David Penwell, Sam Schroeder, Emma Funari, Shelia Johnson (in rear), Brock Morris, Eli Lynch, Elaine Crutcher (obscured), Liz Wright and Claudia Coe.

Four officers from the active DECA club at Washington High School met Thursday with the board of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., whose members serve as business & industry mentors. From left are Incoming Altrusa President Shelia Johnson; Emma Funari, Vice President of DECA Community Outreach; Eli Lynch, Vice President of DECA Marketing; Sam Schroeder, DECA Treasurer & Secretary; Brock Morris, Vice President of DECA Leadership; and Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/03/web1_20200305_DECA-board-w-ALT-presidents.jpgFour officers from the active DECA club at Washington High School met Thursday with the board of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., whose members serve as business & industry mentors. From left are Incoming Altrusa President Shelia Johnson; Emma Funari, Vice President of DECA Community Outreach; Eli Lynch, Vice President of DECA Marketing; Sam Schroeder, DECA Treasurer & Secretary; Brock Morris, Vice President of DECA Leadership; and Altrusa President Elaine Crutcher. Photos courtesy of Alice Craig

Eli Lynch is shown explaining to Altrusa board members several of the dozen current projects in which David Penwell’s Washington High School students in business, marketing, finance and management courses are involved. More than 90 students are enrolled in the High School of Business, with some 50 of them additionally members of the extracurricular DECA club also advised by Penwell. Board members of the local Altrusa club serve as the Business & Industry Advisory Council to the young officers, and at this meeting there were fast-paced discussions between the two groups. Pictured are (clockwise from upper left) David Penwell, Sam Schroeder, Emma Funari, Shelia Johnson (in rear), Brock Morris, Eli Lynch, Elaine Crutcher (obscured), Liz Wright and Claudia Coe.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/03/web1_20200305_Discussion-bet-DECA-bd-Claudia-n-Liz.jpgEli Lynch is shown explaining to Altrusa board members several of the dozen current projects in which David Penwell’s Washington High School students in business, marketing, finance and management courses are involved. More than 90 students are enrolled in the High School of Business, with some 50 of them additionally members of the extracurricular DECA club also advised by Penwell. Board members of the local Altrusa club serve as the Business & Industry Advisory Council to the young officers, and at this meeting there were fast-paced discussions between the two groups. Pictured are (clockwise from upper left) David Penwell, Sam Schroeder, Emma Funari, Shelia Johnson (in rear), Brock Morris, Eli Lynch, Elaine Crutcher (obscured), Liz Wright and Claudia Coe. Photos courtesy of Alice Craig