Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 09, 1994, Image 55

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    Cowanesque Recognizes FFA’ers’ Achievements
(ContlnuMl from Pago B 14)
his tractor driving skills. Certifi
cates were presented to Tom Ack
ley, Laurie Wildman, Stacey
Miles, and Jeremy Clark for their
involvement in the stockman’s
contest. They also received blue
ribbons for placing first team in
both beef and sheep judging.
Chris Landis, loan officer of the
Wellsboro Office of Northeast
Farm Credit, recognized state
record book contest participants.
A silver medal went to Laurie
Wildman for swine finishing, and
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bronze medals were earned by
Stacey Miles in dairy production
and Tom Ackley in swine
finishing.
The medals are provided by the
Pennsylvania Vocational Agricul
ture Teachers Association. Laurie
was named the regional Farm Cre
dit winner and Stacey the county
Farm Credit winner. Both were
awarded plaques and checks for
these awards.
Chapter proficiency awards
were made by Wayne Irish, stu
dent teacher and Martin Heyler
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and Clair Zerfoy, chapter advisers.
The following awards were made:
Star Greenland, Chad Smeltz;
Star Chapter member, Tom Ack
ley; Star Chapter Agribusiness
member. Jeremy Clark; creed
speaking, Tina Burrell; ag pro
cessing, Jimmie Leach; ag
mechanics, Coli Graves and Rod
ney Sweet; ag sales and/or service,
Ray Ransom; beef production,
Tom Ackley; dairy production,
Stacey Miles; sheep production,
Laurie Wildman; swine produc
tion, Tom Ackley: soil and water
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50 Woodcorner Rd.
LltltZ, PA 17543
1 Ml. West of Ephrata
717-738-7350
management, Ryan Hurler; fore
stry management, Duane J. Stiles
and Jonathan Young; fruit and/or
vegetable production, Cory
Nederfield; home and farm
improvement, Joshua Dibble;
placement in agricultural produc
tion, Jeremy Clark and Bradley
Earle; and turf and landscape
management, Mike West.
Honorary chapter degrees were
conferred upon Erinn Middleton,
guest speaker; Wayne Irish, stu
dent teacher in agricultural educa
tion from Penn State; and Wayne
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slative leadership conference from left, front row, Krista
Hoover, Connie zeiset, Jackie Stick, and Megan Frederick,
in back, Senator Noah Wenger, Jere Shuler, Josh Troxeil,
Rep. Terry Sheets, and advisor Robert Lauffer.
Grassland FFA Members At relates to agriculture.
State Legislative Leadership The conference highlights
Conference included a legislative breakfast
Connie Zeiset. D. Josh Troxell,
Krista Hoover, Megan Frederick
and Jackie Stick, members of the
Grassland FFA Chapter, recently
attended the State Legislative
Leadership Conference in
Hairisbuig.
The conference is designed to
familiarize the FFA members with
the legislative system and how it
HEAVY DUTY “HIGH TORQUE” FARM/
THESE MOTORS ARE IDEALLY SUITED FOR
TOUGH APPLICATIONS SUCH AS PUMPS,
CONVEYORS, POULTRY EQUIPMENT & OTHER
FARM DUTY MACHINERY.
REPAIR SALES ft SERVICE
Electric motors
Pumps
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APPARATUS REPAIR & ENGINEERING, INC.
90 West Lee Street jm ■■■ 136 Keller Ave.
Hagerstown, MD Lancaster, PA
(301) 739-8285 (717) 291-6650
(800) 592-3100 BBiW
Lancaatf Farming, Saturday, April 9, 1994-815
Crawford, guidance counselor at
Cowanesque Valley High School.
Parents of state degree reci
pients were recognized and pre
sented either the Honorary Chap
ter degree or a Certificate of
Appreciation. The Knoxville
Youth Association was presented
a Certificate of Appreciation for
their support of the FFA program.
Jimona Stafford, reporter for the
Free Press-Courier of Westfield,
was the recipient of the Outstand
ing Service Award.
where FFA members spent time
socializing with their state sena
tors and representatives. Included
was a tour of the state capitol.
Also, throughout the conference,
FFA members had the opportunity
to visit Milton Hershey School,
Milton S. Hershey Founder’s Hall,
and The Hershey Chocolate
Factory.
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