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Mason FFA
Wednesday, November 19, 2008 • Posted November 19, 2008

Members of the Mason FFA Chapter recently competed at the 2008 Hill District FFA Leadership Development Events in Blanco, Texas on Monday, November 10, 2008. These contests are designed to teach youth the importance of leadership, teamwork, public speaking, and technical knowledge in the field of agriculture.

The Mason Chapter placed well in all divisions entered. The Jr. Chapter Conducting Team, Jr. Creed Speaking, and Agriculture Issues teams each placed second. These teams will advance to the Area VII FFA competitions this Wednesday, November 19, 2008. Mason students also placed well with Job Interview, Radio, Quiz, and Sr. Creed Speaking. The results are as follows:

Jr. Parliamentary Procedure Team -Second Place

Brody Taylor

Bodie Adams

Jacob Bibb

Kaitlyn Cavness

Andy Duarte

Emily Ellebracht

Dyllan Hofmann

Briggs Jones

Chance Stockbridge

Adam Thompson

Clay Walker

Radio Team – Sixth Place

Zack Graves

Shayna Myrick

Madison Stewart

Agriculture Issues – Second Place

Shaye Shults

Tabitha Zant

Virginia Lemke

Kambrey Hudson

FFA Quiz – Eighth Place

Shelbie Shaw

Sayna Myrick

Junior Creed Speaking- Second Place

Jacob Bibb

Senior Creed Speaking- Third Place

Ayla Reyes

Job Interview – Eighth Place

Garrett Allen

Congratulations to these teams and good luck at the Area VII FFA Leadership Contest. For more information concerning FFA, please contact Jarrod Usener or Lance Rasch, Ag. Science Teachers, at 325-347-1122.

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Members of the Mason FFA Chapter recently competed at the 2008 Hill District FFA Leadership Development Events in Blanco, Texas on Monday, November 10, 2008. These contests are designed to teach youth the importance of leadership, teamwork, public speaking, and technical knowledge in the field of agriculture.

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