Area seventh grade students participating in the MASH Camp held at Northwest Technology Center and Northwestern included: (from left, standing) Anna Italiano, Trinity Tindall, Avery Sanborn, Norah Scarbrough, Hunter Miller, Jeovanni Williams, Alaina Pierce, Dylan Wickham, Taryn Brawley, Jor'dyn Luster, Thedric Darr, Karlie Snow, Clyce Graves, Ethan Dowty, Jaxon Jones, Warren Walborn, Kaden Pettus, Jaedyn Williams, Ryleigh Orcutt, Laura Anton, Austin Ramey, Thomas Anderson, Mason Boger, Ashlei Cosper, Gabriella Herrera, Korey Dooley, Alexus Shields, Andrew Barton, Drake Johnson and Aiden Sanborn; (kneeling) Peyton Rauch, Matt Robinson, A.J. Minjares, Kelsie Doane, Austin Littrell, Huston Lane, Cole Richter, Omarian Carter, Abby Guffy, Lexi Williams, Jocie Shelton, Madysen Ryel and Michelle Penoyer.
Northwestern Oklahoma State University and Northwest Technology Center (NWTC) partnered to offer the annual MASH (Medical Avenues in Service and Health) Camp. The camp was held on the campuses of both NWTC and Northwestern-Alva on May 30 through June 1.
Forty-three students from northwest Oklahoma who will be entering the seventh grade learned many different skills including CPR training, first aid skills, wellness assessments and leadership skills.
Students enjoyed three days of learning and fun. Day One included the students engaging in team building and leadership exercises. The group al...