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FKADEW1ND F 1 VOLUMES No. 30 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE at PROVO May 16, 1977 Three students sponsored by the Utah Technical College at Provo's chapter of DECA (Distributive Clubs of America) were among the finalists in national competitions recently held in California. UTC-P had two of the three overall finalists from Utah and a third who placed in the finals in one area of the overall competition. Jon Cartwright of Provo, competed in the sales representative competition and received an honorable mention medallion. David Worthington of Grantsville in the manager- Student Party To Be Held in Canyon May 23 The UTC-PO studentbody will b? holding s Canyon Party May 23 from 1-5 p.m. at Canyon Glen. Studentbody Officers have planned numerous games, and contests for entertainment. Roast Beef Hero Sandwiches, Potato Salad, Macaroni Salad, Chips and soft drinks are on the menu for the party. This will be the last studentbody party for the year, and officers are expecting a large turnout. f .v. I " -; ', 't , ' v 1 ?. :- ., x f; . 1 'i ' ! I f ' I f if f ,"" ' i' J UTC is sponsoring a canyon party on May 23. Outdoor sports such as volleyball will be enjoyed as well as roast beef sandwiches by everyone attending. owner area of the food services competition also received a medallion. Neither placed in the top three but were rated among the top eight, with no placing designated below third place. Only one other Utah contestant scored as an overall finalist, Gary Lambert of Weber in food marketing. John Cameron of Orem scored as a UTC finalist in one area, communications of the real estate competition but failed to place in the overall contest. He was awarded a certificate of achievement. According to Lindon Parks, marketing instructor and faculty advisor to DECA, the fact that two UTC students placed in the top eight of the nation in overall competition and another in one category is an excellent record for the college. Other contest participants were: Kevin Graves, Mapleton, sales manager meeting; Gwen Walker, Orem, human relations decision making; Becki Simons, Spanish Fork, training manual; Jode Tyler, Provo, apparel and accessories; Bud Goff, Provo, merchandising decision making; Dave Stark, Mapleton, merchandising decision making; Bernardo Villar, Payson, food service employee; Suzanne Martin, Walnut Creek, Calif., apparel and accessories employee; Joe Oakey, North Salt Lake, food marketing manager; Brent Holdaway, Provo, petroleum President Wilson W. So r en son congratulates Jon Cartwright, right and Dave Worthington, left for being among the top eight finalists in the nation in overall DECA competitions. Mr. Cart employee; John Cameron, Orem, real estate employee; Brent Crotts, American Fork, general merchandising manager; Annette Lloyd, Mapleton, general merchandising manager. The competitions were held to provide worthwhile activities to assist students in career development as they prepare to be marketing and distribution leaders, according to faculty advisors. The UTC group included approximately 30 students from DECA and the Hospitality Club at the school. Accompanying advisors were Lindon Parks 'Summer Breeze' Dinner, Dance Considered Successful Event Summer Breeze, dinner dance held at UTC on May 7, was viewed as a success by Monica Lee, Cultural Vice President. "It was a good activity. More people should have come out to it. We had many good comments about it." Summer Breeze, held at the new UTC Campus in Orem, featured the band Southbound. It was decorated with daisies on each table and a fountain in the i and Betty Martin, department chairman of the hotel -motel and restaurant management program. Aside from the DECA competitions held in Anaheim, the group spent a number of days in the San Diego area and also traveled to l-os Angeles. Several tours of large hotels and restaurants were conducted in each area for the students interest. Other activities enjoyed were San Diego Zoo, Disneyland, Sea World, Busch Gardens, and various beaches. Members also attended an Awards session and banquet. middle. It took approximately three hours to decorate. "The Student council wants to thank everyone who helped with food and decorations." said Miss Lee. President Sorenson was presented with flowers, and all new student council members were inaugurated. The dinner dance cost $3.50 per couple for students and $4.50 for the public. About 100 people attended . ' W ii i wright competed in the sales representative contest and Mr. Worthington in the manager-owner area of food services. Photo by Bryant Harmon I J John Cameron of Orem was a finalist in Communications real estate area national DECA competitions held recently. Institute Activities The Institute of Religion is sponsoring a special activity, "The Times of our Lives," on May 25. The evening will begin with a banquet at the Orem Student Center, which will cost $3.50 per plate. Interested individuals should purchase their tickets by May 20 from the Institute secretary. Following the banquet, a number of students will be s Deadline Set For Cap, Gown Graduating students who have ordered caps and gowns may pick them up at the Career Development Center, May 27, June 1 and 2. According to Tom Hover, director of Student Activities, only students who have ordered caps and gowns will be able to obtain them from the Career Development Center. AU other students must find some other source for their graduation attire. Graduation Planned honored with certificates' of achievement for their participation in the Institute program. The evening will be culminated with a dance-date or stag. Lost Child will be featured, and it will cost 50 cents per person. Dress will be Sunday dress. The four year Seminary graduates of the valley will also be invited to the dance.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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