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Over 173 attend Adair Co. High FFA Greenhand ceremony

Big event at high school cafeteria, Friday, February 24, 2012

By Mason Burton, Adair County FFA

The Adair County FFA Greenhand Ceremony was held Friday night, February 24, 2012 at the Adair County High School Cafeteria, with 73 FFA members and over 100 parents/guardians in attendance. FFA Vice President, Jena Hopkins, called the roll of officers. Emily Burton, the FFA Sweetheart, gave the devotion.

Adair County High School Principal, Troy Young, welcomed the parents and members to the ACHS FFA Greenhand Ceremony. After Mr. Young gave his welcome, the Kentucky State FFA President, Kendall Mallory, gave a greeting to the members.



Then the FFA Freshman received their Greenhand Degree.

Soon after the Greenhand Degrees were given out the Quiz Contest took place. There were 15 participants and Katie Orant was the winner.

Laura Willis was the winner in the FFA Creed Contest. Others competing were Ana Perez, Laura Willis, Julie Chambers, and Colton Back.

Troy Grider of the Farm Service Agency talked to the Greenhands about FFA Project Loans. Following the ceremony, the Junior FFA Officers hosted a reception. The FFA Members and Advisors would like to thank everyone in attendance. - Mason Burton


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Getting excited about FFA: Greenhands at Adair Co. High School



2012-02-23 - Adair County High School - Photo by Karli Jessie.
Pre-ceremony group photo:This week we are celebrating National FFA Week. In honor of this celebration we hold our annual Greenhand Ceremony The Greenhand FFA Degree is a national organization of members who expect to enter a career in the industry of agriculture. This morning we are getting the freshman agriculture class "Greenhands" excited about being a part of the FFA Organization. Above, in one block are: Front row: Ana Perez, Sara Grider, Kylan Keltner, Tyler Kimbler, Andrew Conley, Sarah Bault, Shayla Burton, Desary Ford, Jenna Franklin, Will Partin. Back Row L to R: Jacob Sheridan, Erin Heitz, Amanda Northup, Elisha Franklin, Trevor Murphy, Dustin Pelston, Tristen Beard, Josh Hardin, Tyler Durham, Cody Janes, Dillion Wilkerson, Mason Burton, Colton Back, and Blake Beck. By Karli Jessie Adair County FFA President. Thursday, February 23, 2012

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National FFA Week Feb. 18-25, 2012: Adair High School FFA officers



2012-02-24 - Photo by Alan W. Reed. Superintendent Darrell Treece invites all Adair Countians to join the Adair County School District in celebrating National FFA Week February 18-25, 2012. Local citizens are encouraged to make a voluntary contribution to the Agricultural Program Trust Fund when buying or renewing the Kentucky farm license plate. Proceeds from the trust are divided equally between Kentucky FFA, Kentucky 4-H and Kentucky Proud. Above Senior FFA officers at Adair County High School. From left Karli Jessie, President; Jena Hawkins, VP; Eric Vanarsdale, Secretary; Whittney Ford, Treasurer; Abby Royse, Reporter; and Diana Trejo, Sentinel. -Alan Reed
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FfA officers study curious shrinkage in blue jacket



2012-02-24 - 526 Indian DR, Columbia, KY - Photo by Alan W. Reed.
Supt. Darrell Treece proudly displays his own FFA jacket, ca. 1965. The gold pin signifies the State Farmer award (Tennessee) he earned in 1967. The treasured jacket appeared to be in excellent shape except for some un-explained "shrinkage" according to Treece. With Supt. Treece, from left are FFA senior officers Karli Jessie, Jena Hawkins, Eric VanArsdale, Whittney Ford, Abby Royse and Diana Trejo.-Alan Reed

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2012 Adair Co. Creed Contest winner with officers



2012-02-26 - 526 John Adair DR, Columbia, KY - Photo from Adair County FFA.
The 2012 Adair County High School FFA officers and Creed Winner are: Trey Spinks, FFA Jr. Treasurer; Laura Willis, Adair Winner, and Karli Jessie. FFA President. The photo was taken at the February 24, 2012 Greenhand Ceremony at the Adair County High School Cafeteria.

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2012 FFA Quiz at Adair County High School



2012-02-26 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo from Adair Co. FFA.
Katie Dalton, Lake Cumberland State Vice President, far left, and from left: Katlyn Orant, 2012 Quiz Winner; Kendall Mallory, State FFA President, and Karli Jessie, Adair County FFA President. Photo taken at 2012 Greenhand Ceremony.

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