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Lebanon High HOSA students win at state conference

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Allison Jennings
Rachael Gracyalny
Junn Cabellas, Austin Montgomery, McKenzie Underwood and Pam Warden

During spring break, 17 Lebanon High School HOSA students attended the HOSA State Conference at Opryland Hotel.

HOSA is a student organization whose mission is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality healthcare by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the healthcare community.

"Students represented Lebanon High School in a very positive light," Health Sciences Instructor Sara Warde, RN, MSN, said.

Placing first in the Biomedical Debate were seniors Junn Cabellas, Austin Montgomery, McKenzie Underwood and Pam Warden. Bailee Lamoreaux, a junior, participated in the National Service Project. Junior Rachael Gracyalny placed fourth in Extemporaneous Writing, and junior Allison Jennings placed fifth in Medical Law and Ethics.

Warde noted the students will represent LHS, Wilson County and the State of Tennessee at the International HOSA Conference in June.

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