FCCC tops in contest


Fifty-three Four County Career Center Business Professionals of America chapter members recently placed in the top six among the several hundred area students competing in the regional contests held at Bowling Green State University. Thirty-six of the winners have qualified for State BPA Skill Competition by placing first or second in the regional contests. Contest winners from Fulton County who will be competing in Columbus March 16-17 are, from left, Arianna Thebeau of Delta, Jacob Eisel of Evergreen, Andrew Canada of Pettisville, Austin Kempf of Pettisville, and Parker Wittenmyer of Wauseon. Absent from the photo are Shaelynn Barnes of Wauseon, Alyssa Martinez of Delta, Anthony Gonzalez of Archbold, and Brian Ball of Archbold. BPA advisors are Mary Jo Beilharz, Matt Geiger, Tim Ricketts, and Blake Rockey.


Fifty-three Four County Career Center Business Professionals of America chapter members recently placed in the top six among the several hundred area students competing in the regional contests held at Bowling Green State University. Thirty-six of the winners have qualified for State BPA Skill Competition by placing first or second in the regional contests. Contest winners from Fulton County who will be competing in Columbus March 16-17 are, from left, Arianna Thebeau of Delta, Jacob Eisel of Evergreen, Andrew Canada of Pettisville, Austin Kempf of Pettisville, and Parker Wittenmyer of Wauseon. Absent from the photo are Shaelynn Barnes of Wauseon, Alyssa Martinez of Delta, Anthony Gonzalez of Archbold, and Brian Ball of Archbold. BPA advisors are Mary Jo Beilharz, Matt Geiger, Tim Ricketts, and Blake Rockey.

Fifty-three Four County Career Center Business Professionals of America chapter members recently placed in the top six among the several hundred area students competing in the regional contests held at Bowling Green State University. Thirty-six of the winners have qualified for State BPA Skill Competition by placing first or second in the regional contests. Contest winners from Fulton County who will be competing in Columbus March 16-17 are, from left, Arianna Thebeau of Delta, Jacob Eisel of Evergreen, Andrew Canada of Pettisville, Austin Kempf of Pettisville, and Parker Wittenmyer of Wauseon. Absent from the photo are Shaelynn Barnes of Wauseon, Alyssa Martinez of Delta, Anthony Gonzalez of Archbold, and Brian Ball of Archbold. BPA advisors are Mary Jo Beilharz, Matt Geiger, Tim Ricketts, and Blake Rockey.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/02/web1_FCCC-winners.jpgFifty-three Four County Career Center Business Professionals of America chapter members recently placed in the top six among the several hundred area students competing in the regional contests held at Bowling Green State University. Thirty-six of the winners have qualified for State BPA Skill Competition by placing first or second in the regional contests. Contest winners from Fulton County who will be competing in Columbus March 16-17 are, from left, Arianna Thebeau of Delta, Jacob Eisel of Evergreen, Andrew Canada of Pettisville, Austin Kempf of Pettisville, and Parker Wittenmyer of Wauseon. Absent from the photo are Shaelynn Barnes of Wauseon, Alyssa Martinez of Delta, Anthony Gonzalez of Archbold, and Brian Ball of Archbold. BPA advisors are Mary Jo Beilharz, Matt Geiger, Tim Ricketts, and Blake Rockey.
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