The Murphy Family Foundation DECA Scholarship Presenters and Winners

Pictured (L-R):  Maya Reaume, Brendan Murphy, Cindy Murphy, and Farrah McIntosh 

The South Forsyth High School DECA Awards Banquet was recently held at The Metropolitan Club in Alpharetta. DECA, An Association of Marketing Students, boasts more than 220,000 members internationally, and SFHS DECA has been named as the largest, or 2nd largest, chapter in the world for the past 12 years.  SFHS DECA once again had an outstanding year of competition and  students who placed at the region, state, and international DECA competitions during this school year were honored.  Businesses that served as Work Based Learning/Internship work sites for Marketing students during the school year were recognized as well.  Scholarship awards were presented to deserving Marketing/DECA students. Kenedy Lucas received the Outstanding DECA Member Scholarship and Sydney Wallace received the Jim Severnak DECA Advisory Board Scholarship. Brendan and Cindy Murphy awarded the 1st annual Murphy Family Foundation Scholarship to two outstanding DECA students.  The Murphy’s mission is to “Give back locally” and to “Help those who can better themselves with a little help”.  They presented two $2,500 scholarships to Farrah McIntosh and Maya Reaume.  Mr. Murphy has employed SFHS Marketing WBL/Internship students for the past 13 years at Stayma Consulting Services.  The Murphy’s have three children who graduated from South Forsyth High School.

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