A member of the Gallatin community is making a significant donation to Gallatin High School and in return students are paying it forward.
Gallatin High School's HOSA club (Health Occupations Students of America) has eight students attending HOSA Internationals in Orlando, Fla. this June. Pam Ogden, owner of Business Credit Reports in Gallatin, donated $5,000 to help cover the costs of travel, hotel and registration for the event.
In return, students will be volunteering at local nursing homes and the food bank to pay it forward. Brooklynn White, the outgoing HOSA President, presented Pam Ogden with a HOSA pin, thank you card and a calendar of the service hours.
GHS's HOSA club is very appreciative and thankful for the community support.
The following students placed in the top three in their event at HOSA State and will be competing at internationals - Jesse Mendiola- 1st Pathophysiology, Camila Gomez and Logan Gilbreath- Existing Medical Innovation, Rolando Rangel, Kyven Doss, Brooklynn White and Thomas Vance - 3rd HOSA Bowl (Academic Team), and Judyann Sims-Interviewing Skills.
Kelly Flood is with Sumner County Schools.