Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 08, 2000, Image 62

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Jason Innerst
Four-year West Perry FFA member
Jason Inneist enjoys going to new places
and meeting new people.
Jason, 18, is the son of Thomas and
Debra Innerst, Ickesburg. Jason plans to
attend Penn State to major in agriculture
Jason is chapter treasurer. In addition,
he has served on several committees,
including summer trip, calendar, and
budget SAE projects include heifer, alfal
fa, and com. Jason won proficiency awards
for heifer and alfalfa. He received his
Greenhand, chapter, and area degrees.
Lindsey Jacklin
Twin Valley FFA
member Lindsey
MW Jacklin noted that she
Wa - 0.1 enjoys “all of the fun
i activities we were able
'Jk to take part in,” she
wrote, “and the many
IBb friendships made
j through the FFA.”
Lindsey, is the
daughter of Karen
Shepherd, Etverson. Lindsey plans to be a
veterinarian technician.
Lindsey has served on various commit
tees at Twin Valley, including Tel Hai,
Food For America, citrus sale, tree plant
ing, bulb sale, and others. She competed in
regional horse judging contests, regional
livestock judging, the county leadership
conference, and others. She received a
bronze medal for her record book.
Lindsey also completed pet projects and
worked at a kennel and a veterinarian
office. She received her Greenhand and
chapter degrees.
Adam Jesse
Four-year Linesvillc FFA member
Adam Jesse enjoys the activities and the
"different people you meet because you
get to know different types of people and
have fun with them," he wrote.
Jesse, 17, is the son of Robert and Robin
Jesse, Linesville. He plans to attend Edin
boro University to major in special/
elementary education.
Jesse has served as chapter reporter.
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sentinel, and is chapter secretary. In addi
tion, he has served on various committees,
including scholarship, SAE, and leader
ship. He has also completed several pro
jects, including dog, home garden, goat
production, rabbit production, and
Jesse has received several awards, such
as first place in regional parliamentary pro
cedure and a third place in state parliamen
tary procedure. He has received the Green
hand and chapter degrees.
Denae K. Johnson
What Denae K.
Johnson most enjoys
about FFA is the
“opportunity to partici-
JP . pate in contests and
jK * learn more about
tBBh agriculture,” she wrote.
Wa Danae, 18, is the
daughter of Alanson
and Bonnie Johnson,
Lewisburg. Danae
plans to attend Penn State to major in
agroccosystems and/or animal science.
Danae has served as MifHinburg FFA
assistant vice president and SUN Area
reporter. She also participated in various
events and programs, including FFA
Activities Week, Penn State dairy judging,
Delaware Valey dairy judging, county fair
dairy show, district dairy show, and state
dairy show. She also was a member of sev
eral committees, including exhibit and
demonstrations, donkey basketball, Penn
State Activities Week, and citrus.
Denae has completed a variety of pro
jects, including swine finishing and dairy
herd and com production and dairy herd.
She received her Greenhand, chapter, and
SUN Area degrees.
Todd Johnson
Todd Johnson,
llwood Antis FFA
,mbcr, garnered
some important lessons
FFA member
ips. He noted, “The
ility to work with
ter people and to
ke a positive
Terence around my
school and commun-
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ity,” in addition to the competitions and to
meet new people.
Todd, 17, is the son of Dave and Sue
Johnson, Bellwood. The four-year Bell
wood Antis FFA’cr is also the South Cen
tral FFA Star in ag sales, service, and
Todd has held various offices, including
sentinel and secretary, and is president.
Todd plans to attend Triangle Technical
School in Dubois for welding and metal
Todd has served on several committees,
including community service, coopera
tion, recreation, state and natural activities,
conduct of meetings, alumni relations,
earnings and savings, public relations, and
scholarship. In addition, he has completed
several projects, including practicum
skills, mechanics, EMS services, and work
experience with mechanics and lawn
Todd has received gold and silver hon
ors in the county, area, and state record
keeping contests, and an award for sales
manship. He received the Greenhand and
chapter degrees.
Charles £. Jones
FFA activities allow great leadership
training for members, noted four-year
Danville FFA member Charles E. Jones.
Charles, 18, is the son of Richard and
Deborah Jones, Danville. Charles planas to
pursue a degree in greenhouse
Charles is chapter president, hi addition,
he has served on several committees,
including citrus sales, Halloween float,
and banquet He completed horticulture,
projects and received the Star Gieenhand
honor. Charles received the Gieenhand
and chapter degrees.
Robcrt Preston Karr
Four-year Manor
FFA member Robert
Preston Karr enjoys
#' “learning about agricul
time with people who
W fm Preston Karr, Millers-
ville. Robert plans to keep working and
possibly attend a trade school.
Robert has served as chapter treasurer.
In addition, he was a member of the fruit
sale and Adopt-A-Highway committees.
He completed on- and off-farm work
experience and a broilers project
Robert received an award as part of the
first-place meats judging team at Penn
State as well as an individual award. He
received the Greenhand, chapter, and Red
Rose degrees.
Leslie A. Kenamond
Four-year Mifflinburg FFA member
Leslie A. Kenamond noted she enjoys par
ticipating in daily judging. FFA has also
allowed her to gain knowledge in “breed
ing, developing, and expanding my current
dairy herd for type and production,” she
wrote. Membership also has allowed her to
improve showing skills at local, state, and
championship shows.
Leslie, 17, is the daughter of John and
Nancy Kenamond, Mifflinburg. Leslie
plans to attend Delaware Valley College to
major in dairy science, and “to continue to
Need and develop my dairy herd.”
Leslie has served as chapter assistant
secretary. In addition, she has served cm
varous committees, including chairing the
Greenhand and public relations, and serv
ing on the citrus, donkey basketball, con
servation, and cider committees.
Leslie has participated in various FFA
activities, including Union County West
End Fair, Bloomsburg Fair, 4-H and FFA
district and state shows, fall championship,
and dairy judging at FFA Activities Week.
She has also completed dairy herd projects
from 1996-1999 and off-farm work experi
ence in 1999.
Leslie won the 1998 Regional North
Central Proficiency Award for dairy pro
duction, a gold in the record book from
1996-1998, and chapter proficiency hon
ors in dairy herd and floriculture. She
received her Gteenhand, chapter, and SUN
Area degrees.
Sheri Kibbe plans to receive a college
degree in agriculture education. The four
year Headwaters FFA member enjoys the
FFA program because of its diversified
benefits. She noted: “I like how you learn
more and more and more about different
animals each day. Also, I enjoy working
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Sheri Kibbe