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Newly elected junior officer team at ACHS- 2011

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By Abby Royse, Adair County FFA Senior Reporter

The Adair County High School FFA has a newly elected junior officer team. They were elected last night, Tuesday, September 13, 2011, by a panel of four judges. They are as follows:
  • Keisha Moss-Scrapbook Keeper
  • Amber Phillips-Scrapbook Keeper
  • Amber Akers-Historian
  • Cassie Taylor-Reporter
  • Madelon Butler-Parliamentarian
  • Trey Spinks-Treasurer
  • Trent Sparks-Secretary
  • Jameson Keen-President
  • Cody Neat-Sentinel
  • Evan Shirley-Vice President
-ABBY ROYSE, Adair County FFA Senior Reporter

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New Adair County Junior FFA officers for 2011-2012

2011-09-14 - Columbia, KY Western Bypass - Photo by Abby Royse. Senior FFA Reporter.
New Junior FFA officers at Adair County High school are: Front row from left: Keisha Moss-Scrapbook Keeper, Amber Phillips-Scrapbook Keeper, Amber Akers-Historian, Cassie Taylor-Reporter, Madelon Butler-Parliamentarian. Back row: Trey Spinks-Treasurer, Trent Sparks-Secretary, Jameson Keen-President, Cody Neat-Sentinel, Evan Shirley-Vice President. -ABBY ROYSE, Senior FFA Reporter.

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