MARION CENTER: Master hypnotist to perform at school
MARION CENTER — Come one, come all! On Jan. 24, Marion Center High School will host master hypnotist Anderson Hickok.
The show will be held at 7 p.m. in the Keith R. Bloom Auditorium. All ages are welcome and tickets can be purchased at the door for $5 per person.
Students have the option of buying tickets in advance by turning in a reservation form to Gena Anthony. If writing a check, it can be made payable to the Marion Center Junior Class.
Volunteers will be chosen from the audience. This is the show for you if you’ve ever wanted the chance to be hypnotized. Hickok can make you feel any emotion he chooses and do anything he desires. He can make volunteers cry as if they’d just seen the saddest movie of their life, or make them an enthusiastic musician, mastering the air-guitar.
Hickok’s show has been described as exciting, fun and hilarious; he has even performed in the New Orleans Riverboat shows. This event will help to raise money for the Marion Center junior class to offset the cost of prom.
In other news, Marion Center’s Future Business Leaders of America students were honored for their respective competitive events at the Regional Leadership Conference. The conference was held Jan. 10 at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. Overall, Marion Center did very well. Of the 35 students who competed, 25 (71 percent) placed in the top five of their event, 17 (49 percent) placed in the top three, and 12 (31 percent) qualified for the State Leadership Conference.
[PHOTO: Twelve students from Marion Center High School’s FBLA chapter qualified for the State Leadership Conference this spring. In the front, from left, are Philip Weston, Michaela Lydic, April Murdick, Chasity Hankinson, Vanessa Pappal and Jon Mabon; and in the back are Matthew Janosko, Zack Kriley, Jakeb Rising, Kyle Anderson and Nathan Ruddock. Not pictured is Lauren Woodburn. (Submitted photo/Marion Center High School)]
The following students qualified for the SLC in Hershey: third-place winners were Jakeb Rising in Business Communication, Jon Mabon in Economics and April Murdick in Health Care Administration; second-place winners were Philip Weston in Computer Problem Solving, Nathan Ruddock in Insurance and Risk Management and Zack Kriley in Personal Finance; first-place winners were Kyle Anderson in Accounting I, Michaela Lydic in Agribusiness, Chasity Hankinson in Business Calculations, Vanessa Pappal in Business Communication, Lauren Woodburn in Health Care Administration and Matthew Janosko in Personal Finance.
The State Leadership Conference will be held in Hershey from April 7 to 9. Tyson Ellenberger and Rebecca Coulter, both of whom are Marion Center’s FBLA advisers and business teachers, said they are proud of all FBLA members who competed.