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17, daughter of
Greg and Rhonda
Mellott, of St.
Thomas, has been a
member of the Con-.
ococheague FFA r
chapter for the past
five years and has
served as its secre-. ’v
tary, news reporter
and student advisor. Involved with dairy
calf and dairy herd FFA projects, she has
also served on the chapter’s cooperative
and Christmas party committees. She has
earned her greenhand, chapter and county
degrees and participated in state FFA publ
ic speaking contests and won a second
place in 1994 judging pleasure horses dur
ing activities week. She said she intends to
pursue a college degree and a career in
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17, son of Ray-
mond and Sandra
has been a member
of Penn Manor
FFA chapter for
four years and has
had three years ’
work experience on
a tomato farm, tie
has also worked at Willow Valley and par
ticipated in many fundraisers, ranging
from working in chicken houses to plant
ing tomatoes, cutting and selling firewood
and participating in his chapter’s fruit
sales. He has also helped with a stream
cleanup project, among other activities and
attended three national conventions. Jere
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in the state dairy products contest and won
a gold medal, taking a bronze nationally.
He said he would like to continue his edu
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Lisa Miller, 17,
daughter of Randy
and Judith Miller,
of Williamsburg, ST
has been secretary
of the Williams- M
burg FFA chapter
from 1991 through
greenhand and chap
ter degrees and was
the chapter’s top salesperson in 1993 and
1994. She has served as chairperson of the
chapter’s banquet and fundraising com
mittees and has been involved with the
FFA Activities Week, and attended the
national FFA convention this past year.
She said she intends to pursue a college
education, and intends to start at the Altoo
na Campus of Penn State University.
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