FARGO -- Dakota College at Bottineau students won awards at the state Collegiate DECA conference in Fargo on Feb. 13 and 14.
Jacob Bean won first place in the hospitality marketing and management business simulation category and first place in the Web site development prepared event. Whitney Walsh and Jacob Bean won first place in the business law case study competition. Trista Hartleib placed second in the design presentation prepared activity.
Bean, Walsh and adviser Keri Keith will attend the 2011 Collegiate DECA 50th International Career Development Conference and Competition in Orlando, Fla., April 13-16.
Submitted Photo - - Dakota College at Bottineau students Jacob Bean, Whitney Walsh and Trista Hartleib won awards at the DECA conference in Fargo.
Car club gives scholarship
Dakota Cruisers Car Club of Minot will offer a scholarship for students attending any of the vocational schools in North Dakota and pursuing an auto related course. Some out-of-state tech schools will also be considered.
This year the club will award up to five separate $500 scholarships. This program will be administered through the Dollars for Scholars program. High school seniors in Minot and the surrounding area should contact their school guidance counselors for an application. People outside the area may contact Dick Sundhagen at 852-2631 or download an application from the group's Web site at (www.dakotacruiser.com/ home.shtml). Scholarship applications must be returned by April 10.
Health fair planned
Williston State College nursing students will be holding a Community Health Promotion Fair Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Trinity Hospital Skywalk between Trinity Hospital and Health Center-East.
Information will be presented on hypertension, diabetes, strokes, community acquired bacterial infections, healthy eating, adult immunizations and smoking, with a emphasis on prevention and healthy lifestyle. Door prizes will be given.
Area woman on 'Wheel'
BOTTINEAU -- Tangee Brunsell of Bottineau will appear on an upcoming episode of "Wheel of Fortune."
The episode was scheduled to air next Thursday, but has been pre-empted by KMOT-TV's State Class B basketball coverage. So the episode is set to air late Thursday night, early Friday morning, at 1:05 a.m. March 4.
Winning photos named
The Minot Camera Club Feb. 21 announced the winners in its monthly photo competition, this month with the topic of photojournalism.
Judge Shawn Sipma selected winners from more than 60 photos entered. Betty Nordstrom took first place in the black-and-white category for her entry "Making a Memory," and in the open category for her entry "TD in Progress."
Taking first place in the color category was Shelley Adams for her entry "North Dakota Sunset."
Other members who received recognition for their photos were Helen Otto, Pius Klein, Ellen Fenner and Jeremy Krause, all of Minot.
The topic for the group's March competition is old buildings.