Harrison County’s Jacob Sanders scored a national honor to round out his junior year.
Sanders earned a fourth place at the National Speech and Debate (NSDA) tournament in poetry interpretation competing against 350 other regional winners.
He performed a total of 10 times over a three-day period to earn his national ranking.
The five-day tournament was held in Dallas, Texas, June 15-19.
Sanders was one of two Kentuckians to place this year at the tournament.
He is also a national champion in dramatic presentation.
It’s not hard to believe that summer is slipping away, but during the hot summer days the team on the Hilltop has been busy getting ready for fall with new opportunities and classes. One outstanding feature will be the shiny new welding lab waiting for college students.
1. Cursor control
6. Director’s cry
9. Yellow rides
13. “A Doll’s House” playwright
14. Put into service
15. Alluring maiden
16. Thorny stems
17. Ewe’s mate
18. “Bravo! Bravo!”, e.g.
19. *First state added after 13 colonies
21. *July 4th Main Street tradition
23. Famous T-Rex
24. ____ list
25. U.K. broadcaster
28. Suggestive look
34. Building extensions at right angle to main building
Jobs are once again available for those who are trained and ready to take on new challenges and goals. For a high-wage, high-demand job, candidates today will want to be up-to-date with their skills and training.
Just in time to answer this need, MCTC/Licking Valley Campus is now offering a diploma for industrial maintenance technician.