National FFA Convention Update- Friday October 21, 2016Fri, 21 Oct 2016 16:45:36 CDT
Friday proved to be a busy and productive day for FFA members from Oklahoma who are attending the 2016 National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Here's a rundown of how folks who are competing in various events have excelled to date:
Tyler Schnaithman, Garber FFA- 2016 Star Farmer of America
Garrett Yerigan, Pryor FFA- 2016 Finalist in Star Agribusiness Competition
Vanessa Wiebe, Hooker FFA- National Officer Candidate Finalist (announcement of new officer team comes Saturday afternoon)
Adrienne Blakey, Stillwater FFA- Final Four Participant in National Extemperaneous Speech Contest (Final Results out in Friday Evening Session)
Emily Kennedy, Edmond FFA- Final Four Participant in National Creed Contest (Final Results in Friday evening Session)
Oklahoma earned three national titles in the Proficiency Awards:
Bethany Niles, Fairview FFA- Ag Communications- Entrepreneurship/Placement
McKenzie Torrance, Cheyenne FFA- Goat Production
Ethan Sacket, Fairview FFA, Landscape Management
We will have stories and interviews posted with our Proficiency Award winners over the weekend.
Ag Communications Team placed ninth, with high individual in the contest- Will Church of Fairview
Tuttle FFA won National Championship in Livestock Judging
We will update later this evening and include the Agri-Science Results where Oklahoma had three first place finishes
We are taking pictures throughout the 2016 Convention in Indianapolis- and you can go and see them all in our Flickr Album by clicking here.
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