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In her campaign to become a national officer with the Business Professionals of America, Morris Area senior Paige Loew encouraged students to “Turn a Paige” and help write their own BPA stories. Loew was elected historian for the upcoming year. She is the first Morris Area student elected to a national office with BPA. (Submitted photo)

Paige Loew elected National BPA Historian


MORRIS – Paige Loew’s election to a national office with the Business Professionals of America is the peak of a four-year experience with the organization that started with the bribe of free donuts.

During her election campaign at BPA’s National Leadership Conference, Loew joked with delegates that she joined BPA as a ninth grader after her teacher, Jenny Maras, offered Loew and two close friends free donuts to join the group.

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune.