Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 06, 1995, Image 230

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97 FFA’
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Shannon Horst
“Animation” is
noted as the future
four-year I
Grassland FFA
member Shannon
Horst. Shannon, 17,
Narvon. has served
as vice president of
Shannon has chaired JR
six standing com-
mittees in the chapter. Shannon has
received poultry proficiency and market
swine proficiency awards. Shannon
received the Chapter and Greenhand
Linda Huber
Linda Huber, 17,
daughter of Ivan
and Fern Huber,
East Earl, plans to
attend a four-year
college and major
in mathematics
education. Linda,
four-year Grassland
FFA member, has
served as chapter
treasurer, correspondence secretary, and
vice president. She has chaired the earn
ings, savings, and investments and alumni
relations committees. In addition, Linda
has been awarded the swine proficiency,
diversified livestock proficiency, and ag
sales and service proficiency honors. She
obtained the Star Greenhand, Star Chapter,
apd Star Red Rose degrees.
Andy Isenberg
Four-year Marion
Center FFA mem
ber Andy Isenberg
plans to attend a |L* «wvV[
two-year trade jl#
school. Andy, 17, iMjjl
son of Ronald and ' * JBp
Mary Isenberg,
Indiana, has served
on the fund raising,
FFA Week, and
Food For America committees. In addi
tion, Andy has completed a dairy and a
swine project. He participated in a dairy
and tractor driving contest, obtaining first
place for each.
Jason Kleinfelter
Jason Kleinfelter,
18, of Wemersville,
has been chaplain,
treasurer, and pres
ident of the Conrad
Weiser FFA with
four years member
ship. The son of
Teresa Kleinfelter
and the late John
Kleinfelter, Jason
has been involved with the chapter’s elm
tree and recycling committees, and has
worked on a dairy and poultry farm, and
with a trout-production aquaculture busi
ness. His FFA production project has been
raising market steers and he also currently
works at Triple-T Simmentals. Also the
recipient of a greenhand and chapter
degrees, he said he plans to pursue a col
lege degree from Alfred State College.
Roger Kuhns
Roger Kuhns, 17, -
son of Clair and
Esther Kuhns, of
Millmont, is a mem
ber of the Mifflin
burg FFA chapter
and has been in
volved as chairman
of its donkeyball
committee and a
member of its ban- •
quet committee. Kuhns, who said he is
seeking to join the Air Force for several
years after graduating high school before
returning to farming, has been involved
with broiler production and farm-work
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experience projects through FFA. He has
competed in SUN Area land judging for
the past three years; dairy judging for the
past two years; the S AE project book con
test three years; in the chapter’s forestry
contest for three years; the local tractor
driving contest for four yeans; in the con
servation and public speaking contest for
three years; and has participated in the
state and national farm business manage
ment contest. Among his awards are those
for proficiency in poultry production and
prepared public speaking within his FFA
chapter; the Union County public speaking
award; a state SAE contest medal; two
gold awards for public speaking at the state
level, with the highest being second; a first
in the state farm management team contest
during state FFA Activities Week; a
bronze emblem in the national team man
agement contest; and received a first place
award for the Susquehanna Valley Envir
othon. In addition, he is a member of the
Mifflinburg High School wrestling team.
Michael Keiter
Michael Keitf
17, of Newvil.
has served as junii
parliamentarian ai
sentinel within hi
Big Spring FF
chapter. The son
Robert and Doi
Keiter, Michael hi
been involved wL
finishing steer,
lambs, and swine projects, and breeding
swine. Within his chapter, he has served on
its halloween parade, tractor driving, and
food sale committees; and been involved
with the county tractor contest, county and
Medford, I\IJ
state record book contest, state activities
week livestock judging, KILE livestock
judging, All-American dairy cattle judg
ing, shown animals at the Shippensburg
Fair and state Farm Show, and is a member
of his local 4-H livestock club. He has also
earned his greenhand, chapter and area
FFA degrees, and won awards for profi
ciency in diversified livestock and swine.
He said his immediate plan is to continue
working on a local dairy farm.
Kristopher Kaiser
Kristopher Kaiser, 20, son of Earl and
Suzanne Kaiser, of Abbottstown, is a
6-year member of the Conewago-New
Oxford FFA chapter and is currently
studying HVAC at the Pa. College of
Technology. He said he would like to
eventually own and operate a HVAC busi
ness. He served for four years as an FFA
class representative; was chairman of his
chapter’s recreation committee for three
years, was a member of various commit
tee, and also participated in county and
area small engine contests, winning a
silver medal at the state level in small
engines and agricultural mechanics. His
FFA projects include beef breeding and
finishing, and he earned chapter proficien
cy awards in both beef production and
agricultural mechanics.
Scott Krause, 20, of Meyersdale, has
been a member of the Meyersdale FFA for
four years, serving as sentinel, and earning
greenhand and chapter degrees. The son of
Bill and Dorothey Krause, he was involved
in the chapter’s greenhand, sweetheart,
sports activities, spring trip, and green
house committees, in addition to being
involved with a parent-and-member ban-
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Oxford, PA
Scott Krause
quet and participating in on- and off-farm
work experience. He said he has been
working for a lumber grader.
Matthew Kibbe
Matthew Kibbe,
17, son of Thomas
and Maria Kibbe, of
Harrison Valley, is
a four-year member
of the Headwaters
FFA chapter, and is
the current pres
ident. Also having
served as chapter
treasurer and sent
inel, Matthew has earned his greenhand,
and chapter degrees, and star greenhand,
chapter and farmer degrees, in addition to a
regional star farmer degree. Involved over
the years with dairy cattle production and
dairy herd management, he has been on his
chapter’s cider, safety, greenhouse, citris
sales, BOAC, and outdoor lab committees.
He said he would like to own a large dairy
farm, milking 400 cows.
Jonathan Leiby
Jonathan Leiby,
17, son of Nancy
and Perry Leiby, of
Bloomsburg, has
served as reporter
for the Central
Columbia FFA
chapter during his
four years as a
member. He has also
served on its fair,
leadership, banquet, and citrus sales com
mittees, and competed in its parliamentary
procedure and soil judging contests. He
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