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Posted by Randy on 2014/5/2 4:37:49 (589 reads) News by the same author

Numerous awards and scholarships were presented last night at the Trenton FFA Banquet.
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Named Star Greenhands: Mariah Fox and Katerina Black; Star Chapter Farmer is Adam Kirby; Star in Placement: Jessica Roy; Star in agri business are Aaron Herring and Madi Trump.

Seven juniors received Washington D-C Leadership Conference scholarships presented by FFA alumni: Alex Davis, Adam Kirby, Becca Tate, Caitlin McNabb, Logan Demsich, Jenna Meservey, and Jeramiah Chipps. 4-D Tax Servicepresented a Washington D-C scholarship to another junior Alexis Hagan.

Receiving the Ford trucks scholarship was Malinda Foster.

Trenton FFA alumni scholarships to Breilly and Jessica Roy and Aaron Herring. Steinhoff scholarship to Cody Westcott.

Gary Brinser outstanding senior award to Breilly Roy. Charly DeVorss Memorial to Jessica and Breilly Roy. Outstanding junior award to Rebecca Tate. Blue and Gold award to Alex Davis and Black and Gold award to Caitlin McNabb. Meservey scholarships for FFA camp and public speaking academy to Cade Darting, Lana Raymo, and Elizabeth Leeper.

Six students received loans for supervised agriculture experience projects:

Karli Crawford (Crawford loan); Katarina Black (McHargue loan); Mariah Fox

(Kiwanis Loan); Tenna Roberts (Frank Hoffman Memorial); Sadie Roy (Colby and

Heather Epperson) and Adam Kirby (Rodney George family loan)

Honorary chapter degrees went to Scott Roy and ConAgra Foods represented by Greg Brakke. The 2014-15 Trenton FFA officers also were installed last night.

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