Amy Peel of Wetumka to Serve as Oklahoma FFA President in 2009-2010Thu, 30 Apr 2009 7:10:49 CDT
Amy Peel, member of the Wetumka FFA chapter, has been elected President by the delegates to the 83rd Annual Convention of the Oklahoma FFA and will lead the more than 24,000 members of the Association for 2009-10. The 19 year old Peel will serve a second term as a state officer in the coming year, after her tenure as Southeast District Vice President the past twelve months.
Peel and the other seven members of her officer team where announced at the final session Wednesday evening during the 83rd annual Oklahoma FFA Convention. She is the daughter of Lisa and Earl Peel.
“My desire is to serve, and I am just thankful for the opportunity to serve the blue and gold for another year,” said Peel, who is a freshman agricultural education major at Oklahoma State University. To learn a little more about Amy, click here for her Southeast District Vice President profile on the Oklahoma FFA website.
Seven additional FFA members will join Peel on the 2009-10 Oklahoma FFA officer team:
McKenzie Clifton, Kingfisher FFA, secretary; Tara Burchfield, Fairview FFA, reporter; Robby Branscum, Fort Gibson FFA, northeast district vice president; Josh Goff, Woodward FFA, northwest district vice president; Kelli Shenold, Ripley FFA, central district vice president; Ariel LeForce, Broken Bow FFA, southeast district vice president; and Emily Beanland, Hollis FFA, southwest district vice president.
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