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Page 4 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • December 24, 2008
Ramsey High school’s DECA group collects food, funds
The Ramsey High School DECA chapter recently raised
$500 to be donated to UMDNJ to fund Autism Research.
The funds were raised through three in-school bake sales
hosted by the DECA members in the marketing, and sports
and entertainment marketing classes.
Sophomores Erin Branna and Amanda Triglia docu-
mented the project by authoring an original 10-page DECA
paper. The RHS DECA chapter also held a food drive to ben-
efit two food banks in New Jersey. Students donated over
450 items to be distributed in December to food banks in
Belleville and Paterson.
The five marketing classes held a competition to see
which class could donate the most per student in the class.
The sports and entertainment marketing course students
won the competition, donating 16.45 items per student.
Amanda Triglia and Erin Branna
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