Minnetonka High sending 31 to DECA Internationals

Minnetonka High School will send 31 students to compete at the DECA International Career Development Conference April 26-29 in Anaheim, California.

First place: Cameron Anundson, Savannah Bhojwani, Karac Johnson, Selena Zingsheim, Zane Bush, Oliver Thomasson, Claire Salmi, Ben Wiley, Selena Zingsheim and Katherine Lindberg.

Second place: Saya Sabin, Karac Johnson, Michael Johnson, Gabe Joo, Joey Rasmussen, Joey Cutts, Will Graupmann, Saya Sabin, Danny Joyce, Ben Brokaw, Will Murphy Vossberg, Duke Larson, Brooke Van Horne, Ben Wiley, Selena Zingsheim and Will Murphy Vossberg.

Third Place: Tucker Bhojwani, Savannah Bhojwani, Isaac Schrof, Sam Schini, Claire Johnson, Brooke Van Horne, Michael Hoopes, Carl Arps, Ryan Soderberg, Richard Nordvold, Ethan Quaye and Gavin Mostoller.

Fourth place: Joey Cutts.

The DECA students were assisted by their advisors Erik Sill, Connie Strand and Stephanie Lolich.

Selena Zingsheim is the third member in chapter history to qualify in three events: Public Relations Project, Restaurant and Food Service Management Individual Role Play Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan. (Photo courtesy of Minnetonka Schools) Thirty-one students will travel to Anaheim, California, to compete at the DECA International Career Development Conference. (Photo courtesy of Minnetonka Schools)  Left to right, Claire Johnson and Brooke Van Horne earned third place in the Entrepreneurship Promotion Project. Part of their project included partnering with the City of Excelsior and operating the Excelsior Snack Shack. (Photo courtesy of Minnetonka Schools)
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Left to right, Claire Johnson and Brooke Van Horne earned third place in the Entrepreneurship Promotion Project. Part of their project included partnering with the City of Excelsior and operating the Excelsior Snack Shack. (Photo courtesy of Minnetonka Schools)