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Page 14— farm Show Section 1, Lancaster Fanning, Saturday January 8, 2000
FFA’s 72nd Year
(Continued from Page 12)
Jason C. Godek
Plans for Jason C.
FFA member, include
to continue vegetable
and crop farming after
high school and
possibly a college
degree in agriculture.
Jason, 17, is the
son of Charles and
Loric Godek, Middle
burg. Jason has served as chapter reporter
and is chapter chaplain.
FFA projects include several committee
memberships, such as earnings, savings,
and investments, state and national activi
ties, plan of work, community service,
public relations, SAE, ag careers, finance,
executive, human resources, and natural
He completed the chapter and SUN
Agea degree programs.
, The 17-year-old
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Good and
Mrs. Robin Soki,
Heidi Good noted she
\ t enjoys “the thrill of
a^e to speak in
front of a lot of people
W J» and feel confident at
' the same time. Why?
Because it is an
indescribable feeling,” she wrote.
Heidi, four-year West Snyder FFA
member, plans to become a state FFA
officer and then attend college.
Heidi has served as chapter reporter.
She is Snyder County FFA vice president
and West Snyder FFA historian. She was
chair of the ice cream concession commit
tee, co-chair of the citrus committee, and
served on the banquet committee. She
completed projects in off-farm employ
ment and horse production.
Heidi received a gold medal in the state
chapter procedure, a gold medal in the
state record book contest, and was a model
of innovation presenter at the National
FFA Convention. She received the Green
hand, chapter, and SUN Area degrees.
V wood FFA member
H H Brad Gordon had this
V - H to say about FFA
j “The interaction
with people and the
satisfaction I get from
the many FFA projects
HI a that Ido with them,”
Brad, 18, is the son of Greg and Dixie
Gordon, Millers town. Brad plans to attend
a two-year business college.
Brad has served as chapter sentinel and
junior adviser. He is vice president of
In addition. Brad has served on several
committees, including community
proejets, elementary mentoring, fruit sale,
sales team, leadership conference, and
others. He completed work on several pro
jects, including ag buisness. Brad received
his Gteenhand, chapter, and area degrees.
As for FFA membership, Pami Gordon
noted she likes “the people and activities,’’
she wrote. “The contests give me a chance
to learn a little mote about my future
Pami, 18, is the daughter of Gary and
Barb Gordon, Beaver Falls. Pami, four
year Blackhawk FFA member, plans to
enroll in Penn State and cam a degree “in a
branch of agriculture, and to own my own
livestock ranch,” she wrote.
Pami has served as chapter secretary. In
addition, she has completed two tomato
garden SAE books and won a fruit and
vegetable proficiency award. She has
earned her Grecnhand and chapter
Julia M. Greider
FFA member Julia M.
Greider enjoys the
in serving our chapter,
school, and common
ity,” she wrote.
Julia, 17, is the
daughter of Richard R.
m ‘ and Cynthia Warner,
Willow Street Julia plans to attend college
and possibly pursue a career in an agricul
Julia has served on various committees,
including petting zoo, awards night, and
junior fund raising. Additionally, she has
completed projects in swine finishing,
home garden, and capons.
She won first place as a member of the
Easton States Poultry CEDE Team and a
gold with the National Floriculture CDE
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Team. She received her Ureenhand, chap
ter, and Red Rose degrees.
Stephen E. Grenoble
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FFA member Stephen
Grenoble enjoys the
CDEs, or career dev
elopment events, that
“They allow you to
have fun and practice
skills without getting
a grade,“ Stephen
Stephen, 18, is the sun of Dickson and
Jacqueline Grenoble, Pine Grove Mills.
Stephen plans to attend Penn College of
Technology to study heavy equipment
Stephen has served as chapter chaplain.
In addition, he has served on the following
committees: citrus, national convention,
homecoming, and banquet He completed
ag mechanics projects and received the
Star Greenhand, Barto Machine Shop,
Roger Smith, and NOCl'i honors. He
received the Greenhand and chapter
Una Gromley, four-year Marion Center
FFA member, noted she enjoys “all the fun
and educational dips I went on with the
FFA,” she wrote. “I met new people, saw
new places, and learned interesting
Una, 17, is the daughter of Charlie and
Karen Gromley, Marion Center. Tina
plans to attend a college or start her own
Una is chapter secretary, hr addition,
she has served on several committees,
including fall and spring banquets. Food
For America, Ag Awareness and Safety
Day, and National FFA Week. She com
pleted horse production projects and
earned her Greenhand and chapter
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Joseph Haas, four
year West Perry FFA
member, enjoys going
to the country fair
with his animals. The
17-year-old son of
Gary and Lucinda
plans to take ova the
Joseph has served
as chapter student
adviser and is sentinel. He has completed a
wide array of proejets, including dairy
herd, swine finishing, alfalfa, and pump
kins. hi addition, he has served on several
committees, including roller skating, sum
mer trip, and citrus.
Joseph has received several awards,
jneliiding proficiency and state record
keeping. He has received the Gteenhand,
chapter, and area FFA degrees.
Three items comprise Jeremy Haffcy’s
love of FFA: CDEs, meeting new people,
and working with groups, he wrote.
Jeremy, 18, is the son of Tim and Robin
Haffey, Enon Valley. Jeremy, four-year
Blackfaawk FFA member, is undecided
about his future plans.
He has served as chapter vice president
and is president. In addition, Jeremy has
worked on several committees, including
program of activities, budget, banquet,
sausage sale, and citrus sale. He completed
several projects in work experience,
including greenhouse and construction.
Jeremy has received several awards,
including the state SAE silver and was a
member of the second place state floricul
ture team. He received the Star Greenhand
and Star Chapter degrees and the Green
hand and chapter degrees.
Thomas D. Halverson
Two-year Somerset FFA member Tho
mas D. Halverson enjoyed being involved
with group activities as part of FFA mem
bership, he noted. Thomas, 18, son of
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