SOUTH PORTLAND — Students in local marketing and hospitality programs participated and competed at the DECA Maine Conference in South Portland on March 5 and 6. The following students placed in their competitions:

* Cameron Letourneau, Hebron, first place in Learn and Earn Project.

* Kayla Lord and Autumn Puckett, both of South Paris, first place in Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan.

* Tianna Sugars and Amy Turner, both of South Paris, first place in Advertising Campaign.

* Kimberly Smith, South Paris, first place in Human Resources.

* Whitney Morse, Waterford, first place in Apparel and Accessories.

* Ryland VanDecker, Otisfield, first place in Automotive Services.

* Victoria Pendleton, South Paris, first place in Principles of Marketing.

* Laura Valeri, Otisfield, first place in Principles of Business Administration.

* Katelyn Campbell, West Paris, first place in Principles of Hospitality.

* Erin Cleary, Oxford and Heather Swain, Norway, second place in Hospitality Services.

* Jessica Scott, Oxford and Faith Bedard, Hartford, second place in Travel and Tourism.

* Brennan Gillespie, Norway, third place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing.

* Nicholas Allen, Norway, third place in Restaurant and Food Services.

Also, two students were elected to serve as Maine State Officers: Erin Cleary and Heather Swain.

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