R-VI FFA members attend State FFA Leadership Camp

FFA Members attending State FFA Leadership Camp. Front row, from left: Alex Haun - Area 7 State Vice President, Jeremy Mathis - Area 14 State Vice President from Potosi, Jamie Householder, Gage Graves, Courtney Bertels, Danielle Brooks, Stacy French (Advisor), Mitchell Blehm - 1st Vice President from Morrisville, and Tessa Chambers - Area 4 State Vice President from Fayette. Back row: Zane Meador, Anthony Fairchild, and Gavin Spoor.

FFA Members attending State FFA Leadership Camp. Front row, from left: Alex Haun – Area 7 State Vice President, Jeremy Mathis – Area 14 State Vice President from Potosi, Jamie Householder, Gage Graves, Courtney Bertels, Danielle Brooks, Stacy French (Advisor), Mitchell Blehm – 1st Vice President from Morrisville, and Tessa Chambers – Area 4 State Vice President from Fayette. Back row: Zane Meador, Anthony Fairchild, and Gavin Spoor.

Seven Audrain County R-VI FFA members attended the Missouri State FFA Leadership Camp at the Lake of the Ozarks at Camp Rising Sun.
The seven students currently attend the Community R-VI School District, located in Laddonia, Mo.
Members attending were Jamie Householder, Gavin Spoor, Gage Graves, Zane Meador, Anthony Fairchild, Courtney Bertels, and Danielle Brooks.
Members worked with State FFA Officers and members from around the state to further develop leadership skills to bring back to the Audrain Co R-VI FFA Chapter.
Five members earned the State FFA Leadership Award during camp; Jamie Householder, Gavin Spoor, Anthony Fairchild, Courtney Bertels and Danielle Brooks.
Gavin Spoor was chosen as All-Around Camper for the Audrain County R-VI FFA Chapter.
The Missouri FFA Association is a youth organization of over 25,500 student members preparing for leadership and careers in the science, business, and technology of agriculture with 327 local chapters.
FFA strives to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Posted on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 12:52 pm