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Page 38—Fun Show Section 1, Lancwter Farming, Saturday, January 8, 2000
FFA’s 72nd Year
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plans to manage a restaurant, he noted.
Kendal has served as second sentinel,
chaplain, and is chapter treasurer. In addi
tion, he has served on the SAE, environ
mental, economic, and financial
Kendal has completed wildlife
improvement and off-farm work experi
ence projects. He received several awards,
including wildlife management proficien
cy, Star Red Rose in agribusiness, scholar
ship award, and a gold in the state record
keeping contest. Kendal has also earned
his Greenhand and Red Rose degrees.
“ln FFA I enjoy
the opportunity for
ncw friendships and
new experiences that
I will last a lifetime,"
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a ley FFA member La-
WiA ter of Jeff and Laurie
Zakostelecky, Springboro, plans to attend
college and major in special education and
Lacey has served as chapter chaplain,
treasurer, vice president, and is president.
In addition, she has served on the earnings,
savings, and investments, alumni rela
tions, and recreation committees.
Lacey has completed projects in daily
herd and work experience on-farm. She
received the Star Dairy Farmer and Star
Chapter Fanner honors.
Lacey also received the Greenhand,
chapter, and county degrees.
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Amber, 18, daughter of Garry and Sand
ra Zimmerman, Mercersburg, plans to
attend college at Morrisville, N.Y., to
major in dairy science and minor in
Amber has served as chapter chaplain.
Additionally, she has participated in vari
ous committees, including SAE, coopera
tive, community service, public relations,
leadership, and recreation.
Amber completed daily herd projects.
She received several awards, including
second place on the daily judging team at
the Ohio Spring Show, first place team at
Penn State from 1997-1999, and a regional
honor for the All-American daily judging
team. She earned her Greenhand, chapter,
and county degrees.
B Jennifer Zimmer
man enjoys attending
the FFA Washington
ence and the other
“But most of all,“
she wrote, “I have
made so many
Mends in the FFA. I
know that these
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Degree Recipients Mark
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enjoys being in the
FFA “because it al
lows me to work
with different types
of animals and to
meet people from dif
wrote four-year Cono
cocheague FFA mem
ber Amber Zimmer-
friendships will last a lifetime "
Jennifer, 17, daughter of Jay and JoAnn
Zimmerman, Reinholds, served as Cloister
FFA junior officer president, reporter, sco
rctaty, and is president She plans to attend
Penn State to major in agriculture business
management or animal science.
Jennifer has served on the leadership
committee. In addition, she has completed
projects in market lambs, breeding sheep,
market swine, market steer, and capons.
Jennifer has won several proficiency
awards, including sheep and beef, and the
Star Chapter Farmer, Star Greenhand, and
Star Red Rose honors. She also earned her
Greenhand and Red Rose degrees.
Other Keystone Degree recipients who
will be presented with the award but of
which there was no information about at
press time are:
Keystone East: Metz John Searlcs 111,
WJB. Saul; Andrew N. Koppcnhavcr, Joel
Charles Graydus, and Todd Mast, Twin
South Central: Matt Souder, Big
Spring; Andrew L. Flinchbaugh, Eastern;
Amanda Johnson and Theresa Ann Klin
ger, Gifford Pinchot; Adam Michael
Troutman, Greenwood; Amanda Marie
Cessna, Brett A. Bowser, and Kelly
Sparks, Northern Bedford; Jason F. Hee
ler, Southern Huntingdon County; and
Burke Neely, West Perry.
North Central: Elizabeth Sankey and
Holly Domanick, Clearfield; Aaron
Evans, Candy Lee Duke, Christopher
Jason Seanard, Jessica Erin Hittle, and
Taryn Bartholomew, Columbia Montour
AVTS; Sandra L. George, Danville; Ste
phen E. Grenoble and Jamie Lynn Shucy,
Little Lions; and Mitchell A. Wasson,
Western: Joel Raley, Jessica Brant, Pat
rick Kaufman, and Steve Vetter, Somerset
AVTS; and Lisa Allen, Wilmington.