Daniels heads to national competition


Six Indian Lake High School students competed at the state Business Professionals of America contest at the Columbus Convention Center. Senior Cameron Daniels placed second in Business Law & Ethics, earning a trip to the national BPA competition in Dallas, Texas, in May. Local contestants were, from left, Kale Shoffner, Delaney Woods, Jennifer Kaffenbarger, Lindsay Berg, Aubrey Grider and Daniels. The group is part of the Indian Lake High School Ohio Hi Point Business Satellite advised by business educator Lisa Coburn.

Six Indian Lake High School students competed at the state Business Professionals of America contest at the Columbus Convention Center. Senior Cameron Daniels placed second in Business Law & Ethics, earning a trip to the national BPA competition in Dallas, Texas, in May. Local contestants were, from left, Kale Shoffner, Delaney Woods, Jennifer Kaffenbarger, Lindsay Berg, Aubrey Grider and Daniels. The group is part of the Indian Lake High School Ohio Hi Point Business Satellite advised by business educator Lisa Coburn.


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Six Indian Lake High School students competed at the state Business Professionals of America contest at the Columbus Convention Center. Senior Cameron Daniels placed second in Business Law & Ethics, earning a trip to the national BPA competition in Dallas, Texas, in May. Local contestants were, from left, Kale Shoffner, Delaney Woods, Jennifer Kaffenbarger, Lindsay Berg, Aubrey Grider and Daniels. The group is part of the Indian Lake High School Ohio Hi Point Business Satellite advised by business educator Lisa Coburn.

Six Indian Lake High School students competed at the state Business Professionals of America contest at the Columbus Convention Center. Senior Cameron Daniels placed second in Business Law & Ethics, earning a trip to the national BPA competition in Dallas, Texas, in May. Local contestants were, from left, Kale Shoffner, Delaney Woods, Jennifer Kaffenbarger, Lindsay Berg, Aubrey Grider and Daniels. The group is part of the Indian Lake High School Ohio Hi Point Business Satellite advised by business educator Lisa Coburn.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/03/web1_Web-10.jpgSix Indian Lake High School students competed at the state Business Professionals of America contest at the Columbus Convention Center. Senior Cameron Daniels placed second in Business Law & Ethics, earning a trip to the national BPA competition in Dallas, Texas, in May. Local contestants were, from left, Kale Shoffner, Delaney Woods, Jennifer Kaffenbarger, Lindsay Berg, Aubrey Grider and Daniels. The group is part of the Indian Lake High School Ohio Hi Point Business Satellite advised by business educator Lisa Coburn. Submitted photo