ENGLEWOOD — The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) and Culinary Arts seniors worked together to prove that random acts of kindness do exist and are appreciated.
On September 15, the combined effort saw the students prepare and serve a lunch to all the first responders (Police and Fire) and the respective support staff at the Englewood Government Center. All preparation and coordination for the meal was a combined effort from the following Miami Valley Career Technology Center Students:
• Madison Baker (Arcanum) – Health Careers
• Cheyenne Bentley (Vandalia-Butler) – Biotechnology
• Maggie Lane (Vandalia-Butler) – Health Careers
• Elsa Huffman (Dixie) – Allied Health
• Celeste Runnels (Dixie) – Allied Health
• Kathryn Sparks (Dixie) – Health Careers
• Lauryn Petitt (Dixie) – Health Careers
• Riley Click (Dixie) – Biotechnology
• Emma Shade (Valley View) – Health Careers
• Alexis Hancock (Valley View) – Allied Health
• Samone Milner (Trotwood) – Health Careers
• Kiara Benjamin (Trotwood) – Health Careers
• Jade Redic (Trotwood) – Health Careers
• Elizabeth Allen (Mississinawa Valley) – Health Careers
• Shiya Allen (Tri-Village) – Health Careers
• Kody Setser (Versailles) – Health Careers
• Samantha Arnett (Preble Shawnee) – Health Careers
• Ashley Caudell (Carlisle) – Biotechnology
• Dezyre Bartee (West Carrollton) – Biotechnology
• Kayla Rose (National Trail) – Health Careers
• Joe Yount (Wayne) – Sports Medicine
• Kristin Ehrhart (Northridge) – Sports Medicine
For more information about MVCTC, please visit www.mvctc.com.
For over 45-years, MVCTC has been providing career technical education for 27 partner school districts encompassing five counties, including Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Warren Counties. MVCTC is dedicated to providing in-demand workforce training for youth, adults, and organizations in the Miami Valley.
Reach the Miami Valley Career Technology Center at (937) 837-7781.