Moultrie Observer


March 27, 2012

Health students compete well

MOULTRIE — C.A. Gray HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) students competed in Fall Leadership, Regional Competition and State Competitions.

The C.A. Gray Junior High Health Occupation Students of America Health Education Team of Nisha Patel, Maribel Sepulveda, Carmin Miranda, and Edith Gonzalez placed 2nd in the state against 24 other high school teams throughout Georgia at recent competition.  They’re shown here receiving their silver medals. This team will represent Georgia at the National Leadership Competitive Events Conference in Orlando, Fla., June 19-23.

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