Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 06, 1995, Image 222

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    ElB-Umcaster Farming, Friday, January 6, 1995
197 FFA’ers To Receive Keystone Degree At Farm Show
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junior public speaking contest in 1992 and
gold state awards in the 1993 and 1994
state record keeping contest. Christy also
won first in the county dairy foods contest
in 1993.
Christy, 17, daughter of Tim and Vicki
Duran, Bulger, Washington County, has
served as H.G. Parkinson FFA secretary
and reporter. She completed various swine
finishing and lamb finishing projects and
was a member of the conduct of meeting,
public relations, banquet, and leadership
Allen S. Durst
encompasses the
career plans of
four-year Somerset
County AVTS
member Allen Durst.
Allen, 17, son of
Judith Baker, Rock
wood, Somerset
County, has served
as chapter student
adviser and vice president. He has been a
member of the chapter’s demonstration
and parliamentary procedure team and has
participated in county forestry and public
speaking contests. Allen has received a
scholarship award and the Greenhand and
Chapter degrees.
Neil Ebersole
Plans for Manor
FFA member Neil
Ebersole include
becoming an auto
or diesel mechanic.
Neil, 17, son of
Lynwood and June
Ebersole, has
worked on four hog
projects and 'A acre
of potatoes. Exper
ience includes work at a truck shop. Neil
has served on various committees, includ
ing fund raising, banquet, fair, and public
relations. Neil has obtained a bronze award
at Penn State for dairy products judging,
and he earned a silver for ag mechanics. He
received a seventh place in ag mechanics at
Eastern States. Neil has received the
Greenhand, Chapter Farmer, and Red Rose
Kevin L. Eckroth
Four-year Blue
Mountain FFA
member Kevin Eck
roth plans to attend
college at Penn
State, Colorado
State, or Delaware
Valley College.
Kevin, 17, son of
LeMoyne and Betsy
Eckroth, New Ring
gold, Schuylkill County, has served as
FFA chapter treasurer, vice president, and
(resident, and as county vice president and
president He has also served on the citrus,
banquet, and contest committees.
Brian Elkin
Trade school -
comprises the plans
for four-year Marion
Center FFA member
Brian Elkin. Brian,
17, is the son of *
Benjamin and Kath
ryn Elkin, Marion
Center, Indiana
County. Brian has
completed various
cabbage production, produce productuion,
beef finishing, and crop production enter
prises. Also, he has been involved with the
banquet, Food For America, fund raising,
and FFA Week committees. Brian was
awarded with second place in the meat
judging contest.
Brent F. England
Brent England,
18, son of William
R. and Bertha R.
England, Williams
burg, Blair County
plans to attend
Penn State to major
in political science.
Brent, four-year
Williamsburg FFA
member, has com-
pleted various on-farm work experience
projects with dairy cows. He has been
involved with the 1994 fall leadership con
ference and BOAC and finance commit
tees. In addition, Brent has participated in
the county land judging contest and
traveled with other chapter members to the
FFA National Convention in Kansas City.
He is also a founding member of the FFP
the Future Farmers of Poland. He was
part of the Polish-American agricultural
exchange trip for sixth months, designed to
start the FFP. He has served as chapter
reporter and president. In addition, Brent
has received the Star Chapter Farmer and
has been on the chapter honor roll for three
years. He won a bronze award in state
dairy judging.
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Yvette C. England
old Yvette England
wants to attend
Penn State to major
in animal bio
science. Yvette, 17,
daughter of Fred
erick and Cynthia
England, Williams
burg, Blair County,
is a three-year
member of Williamsburg FFA. Yvette has
served as chapter treasurer. In addition, she
has been a member of the chapter savings
and loan committee. She participated in
dairy calf raising and showing and taught
embryology to elementary students.
Margi A. Erway
Margi Erway’s
plans include attend
ing Penn State
Berks Campus to
major in agricul
tural communica
tions. Margi, 17,
daughter of Dana
and Ginger Erway,
Coudersport, Potter
County, has served
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as chapter secretary and president. She has
served on the fruit sales, safety, and ban
quet committees. In addition, Margi has
received a bronze in land judging in the
state contest in 1992 and 1993. She has
received various honors, including a gold
in the state creed contest in 1991 and the
North Central Regional Star in ag sales and
service in 1994. Margi received the Green
hand, Star Greenhand, and Star Chapter
Jake Esenwein
Carpentry work forms the career plans
for four-year Danville FFA member Jake
Esenwein. Jake, 17, is the son of John and
Peggy Esenwein, Danville, Montour
County. Jake has served as chapter secret
ary, vice president, and president In addi
tion, Jake has served on the parade float
committee. He participated in the
Washington Leadership Conference and in
the Big-E farm management contest in
1994 in Springfield, Mass. Jake received
the Star Chapter Agribusiness Award.
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