Spring Hill students attend national conference


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Association members, first row, Victor Stoneburner; second row, Zy’lice Land, Te’Asa McCoy, Sophie Pinkston; third row, Anthony Reynolds, Javonate Williams, the association’s state president, and Chancellor Byrd, Spring Hill association president. Parents Helen Nelson, Jahnell Carmichael and Catherine Pinston and association advisor Dr. Carolyn Banks also attended the conference.


DALLLAS — Seven members of the Technology Student Association at Spring Hill Middle School attended the association’s 37th national conference from June 28 to July 2 in Dallas, Texas.

More than 6,500 members, advisors, and parents attended the conference. The guest speaker was Dr. Jessica Chandler, a former association president from Mississippi. In addition to her training in gynecologic surgery, Chandler has devoted her time to completing medical mission work in third-world countries, recently spearheading a fundraiser to bring water purification systems to a village of 800 in Haiti.

Spring Hill seventh graders were involved in a project relating to providing water purification systems to other countries in need of clean drinking water and participated in the election of the 2016 National TSA Officers. State association president Javonate Williams lead the delegation in three state meetings. The students received pins, ribbons, and certificates for attending student leadership training sessions.

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Association members, first row, Victor Stoneburner; second row, Zy’lice Land, Te’Asa McCoy, Sophie Pinkston; third row, Anthony Reynolds, Javonate Williams, the association’s state president, and Chancellor Byrd, Spring Hill association president. Parents Helen Nelson, Jahnell Carmichael and Catherine Pinston and association advisor Dr. Carolyn Banks also attended the conference.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_20150630_2314061.jpgAssociation members, first row, Victor Stoneburner; second row, Zy’lice Land, Te’Asa McCoy, Sophie Pinkston; third row, Anthony Reynolds, Javonate Williams, the association’s state president, and Chancellor Byrd, Spring Hill association president. Parents Helen Nelson, Jahnell Carmichael and Catherine Pinston and association advisor Dr. Carolyn Banks also attended the conference.

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