First Posted: 3/28/2007
The Career Technology Center (CTC) of Lackawanna County recently held a Community Awards Breakfast to honor students winning medals in the district competition of Skills USA, a national student leadership organization for vocational, industrial, technical and health occupations students. District competitions were held at Carbon County Career and Technical Institute. More than 300 competitors from six counties participated in the event. CTC students captured 21 gold medals, nine silver medals and five bronze medals from the district competition. Gold medalists move on to the state competition in Schnecksville on March 28 to 30. State gold medalists will compete at the national level in Kansas City, MO, in June. Among the gold medalists moving on to the state competition is Marian Fenton, pictured above at center. Fenton will compete in the field of health occupations. Joining Fenton at the CTC Community Awards Breakfast is Abington Heights High School Guidance Counselor Lynn Spangenberg, left, and CTC Administrative Director Vincent P. Nallo.