Piper Merritt Elected as Central Region Vice President as Part of the 2017-18 National FFA Officer TeamSat, 28 Oct 2017 14:52:25 CDT
As the 2017 National FFA Convention came to a close on Saturday afternoon, six new national officers were installed, including Piper Merritt of the Owasso FFA Chapter, selected to serve as the Central Region Vice President for the coming year.
On Friday afternoon- just 24 hours ahead of her name being called- Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays talked with Piper about what it might be like to hear her name called on Saturday- click on the listen bar below to hear their conversation.
Other high achievers that has come out of the 2017 National Convention include:
National Championship in Extemporaneous Public Speaking goes to Kyle Young of Owasso
National Champs in Conduct of Meetings (Jr Parli Pro)- Kingfisher FFA
National Champs in Marketing Plan- Fairview FFA
Four National Winners in AgriScience Fair- Central, Cushing, Edmond and Stillwater Chapter Members winning
Beef Production Proficiency Champ- Lane Fanning, Laverne FFA
Fiber and Oil Seed Production Proficiency Champ- Luke Muller, Navajo FFA
National Runnerup- Ag Communications- Elgin FFA
3rd Place Nationally- Adair- Horse Evaluation
Region 2 Ag Ed Teacher of Year- Jonathan Holloway- Owasso
We took over 400 pictures related to our 2017 National FFA Convention coverage- click or tap here to check out the Convention Album on FLICKR.
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