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FFA sets records in state offices for ACHS

From ACHS FFA

Adair County High School Ag Teachers, FFA leaders Brittany Smith, Kirby Hancock, and Gabby Barnes, are extremely proud of their students. For the first time in Adair County FFA history, ACHS is the home of the State FFA President, Trenton Page - he is the 2024-25 Kentucky FFA President.

And the good news doesn't stop there.


ACHS is the home of the 2023-24 Kentucky FFA Record Keeping Champion team. Team members are: Brody Karnes, Addie Baker, Lane Kelsay, and Autumn Pennington. This is also a first for Adair County FFA.

In addition, Harper Grider received second place in the Equine Placement Proficiency contest! She was also recognized as one of the 12 Regional Stars in Ag Placement.

Abby Maulden received 4th place in the highly competitive Creed Contest.

We also had 11 members receive their State FFA Degree, the highest degree the state can bestow.

Adair County Middle School had a big accomplishment as well, they received second place in the Middle School Quiz Contest. Team members were: Dezmond Matthews, Jay Harmon, Whitley Janes, and Mackenzie Curry.

The crew was able to watch the outgoing State Sentinel Emylou Miller retire from office as her friend Trenton Page assumed his office.

All in the ACHS Future Farmers of America family are excited for our students, our chapter, and our region! The Lake Cumberland Region is full of major accomplishments this year! It's a GREAT time to be a part of Adair County FFA!

ACHS FFA OFFICERS 2024-25 are:

President - Riley Yarberry

Vice President - Gracie Gist

Secretary - Piper Kemp

Treasurer - Bella Blackaby

Reporter - Zowi Martin

Sentinel - Jaylee Willis

Student Advisor - Peter Mendoza

Parliamentarian - Myla Curry

Historian - Jaydah Brown

Chaplain - Logan Reliford

Committee Chair - Kaylee Richard


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Adair FFA brings home many wins from state



2024-06-10 - Columbia, KY - Photo from ACHS FFA.
This group of Adair County High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) has an amazing list of successes to celebrate at the region and state level, starting with - first time in Adair FFA history - ACHS is the home of the State FFA President. That's just the beginning of the good news.

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Congratulations to Trenton Page and FFA team



2024-06-10 - Columbia, KY - Photo from ACHS FFA.
For the first time in Adair County FFA history, ACHS is the home of the State FFA President, Trenton Page, center, the 2024-25 Kentucky FFA President. Adair County High School Ag Teachers and FFA leaders Brittany Smith, Kirby Hancock, and Gabby Barnes, are extremely proud of all their winning students.

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