A roundup of FFA news for the week of March 18, 2010


CRESTON, Ohio — The Norwayne FFA chapter members recently held an official monthly meeting March 8 at the Creston Middle School.

The members passed a motion to have the chapter pay for two students to attend WLC this coming summer and for all student registration fees at the State Convention. The chapter also voted on individuals to induct as Honorary Chapter Members at the spring banquet.

The members also voted upon officers for nest year. On the ballot for president and vice president was Nick Miller or Jay Stewart. The secretary candidate was Lydia Hartzler, for treasurer was Nicole Steiner, and for reporter was Allison Mangun.

On the ballot for sentinel was Brandon King, for parliamentarian was Winston Wyckoff III, for historian was Clint Gasser, and for student advisor was Heath Gerber. All officer positions will be announced at the annual banquet.

Norwayne FFA members competed at the state Ag Sales competition in Plain City March 6, finishing in sixth place.

Members who attended were Bree Barner, Lydia Hartzler, Allison Mangun, and Nicole Steiner. Nicole Steiner individually placed sixth overall, following her was Lydia Hartzler placing 15th, Allison Mangun receiving 30th, and Bree Barner placing 59th.

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ASHLAND, Ohio — The Mapleton FFA chapter had five teams complete at the Marysville Invitational March sixth. The teams that competed are include: the dairy foods team, the equine team, the general livestock team, the meats team, and the wildlife management team.

The dairy foods team placed 12th out of 23rd.

The equine and general livestock teams did well at the contest. The general livestock team placed ninth over all. Colton Hickey placed 20th in the competition.

The meats and wildlife Management as competed at the contest and did well. The meats team placed second over all. Stacy Watts led the team with fourth place in the contest. Jared Brant placed 5th not to far behind Stacy.


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