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Carson-Newman welcomes high school students, hosts HOSA event

(Feb. 10, 2016) − Carson-Newman University recently welcomed more than 700 students from 40 high schools to campus for the Upper East Tennessee HOSA Regional Leadership Conference. The day included a number of activities, competitions and events, from CPR and first aid contests to opportunities to explore a UT LIFESTAR helicopter. HOSA is an organization for future health professionals. Pictured: Fulton High School student Alexis Bates tours a UT LIFESTAR helicopter outside Carson-Newman’s Ken Sparks Athletic Complex.

Click here to view more photos from the event on Carson-Newman’s Facebook page.

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