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State Officer: Grace Clayton

 


Hannah Watkins - 2nd place Job Skill Demonstration A

 


Pictured Above the Opening and Closing Ceremonies Team from left to right: Caitlin Franklin, Brianna Weems, Kara Struble, Grace Clayton, Lacy Dake, Tori Jordan and Mallory Colwell
 

Pictured Above Chapter of Excellence Program Dinner Recipients  Caitlin Franklin and Tori Jordan project chairs and Lisa Carlan, Great Clips Toccoa, GA
Pictured Above: Chapter of Excellence Program Dinner Recipients: Caitlin Franklin and Tori Jordan project chairs and Lisa Carlan, Great Clips Toccoa, GA

Skills USA Region 2 Winners

SkillsUSA Region 2 competition was held at North Georgia Technical College Thursday, February 2, 2017. Region 2 includes counties from Union to Greene and from Forsyth to Hart.  SkillsUSA is a national career and technical student organization and each year a series of over 100 competitions allow students to test their skills.  The theme for this year is “Champions at Work: Preparing America’s Skilled Workforce.”  Those who place first or second at Region Competition in their contest will advance to the Georgia SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference at the Georgia International Convention Center held March 23-25, 2017.

 

 

From Stephens County High School, first place winners were Opening and Closing Ceremonies Team: Caitlin Franklin, Kara Struble, Tori Jordan, Breanna Weems, Grace Clayton, Lacy Dake, Kaitlin Phillips, Mallory Colwell              

1st Place Esthetics: Jelieen Perez and her model Kayci King                                       

1st Place- Job Skill Demonstration A: Hannah Watkins           

1st Place Technical Drafting: Jacob Dearth                                                                 

1st Place Welding: Levi Pulliam                                                                                                      

2nd Place Nail Care: Sarah Bridges and her model Leann Thomas      

2nd Place Collision Repair Technology: Dalton Thomas          

2nd Place CJ Fleming: Architectural Drafting                    

3rd Place in Prepared Speech: KK Hicks

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Also competing from Stephens County were Travis Adams in Plumbing, Estefani Martinez in Cosmetology, Noah Grafton in Masonry, Michael Hammerle in Cabinetmaking, Michael Kinsey in Carpentry, AJ Murray in Automotive Service Technology, and Matthew Tomlinson in Collison Repair.


 


 

Team of Ethan Owenby, Denvi Patel, and Chandler Shockley - 1st place in Global Business

 

Akshar Patel - 1st place in Introduction to Information Technology

 

Lexi Brock - 3rd place in Journalism

 

Emily Cheek - 3rd place in Client Service

 

Kristen Deal - 3rd place in Public Speaking II

 

Olivia Bladowski - 3rd place in Sales Presentation 

 

Chandler Shockley - 5th place in Impromptu Speaking

 

Madison Massee - 5th place in Spreadsheet Applications

 

Peyton Terrell - 5th place in Organizational Leadership and 8th place in Personal Finance

 

Mikayla Deane - 6th place in Public Speaking I

 

Kimberly Eller - 7th place in Business Communication 

 

Ethan Owenby - 7th place in John Interview