FFA news

Monroeville FFA MONROEVILLE On March 24, Monroeville FFA member Bree Niedermeier showed her cow at the Ohio State Fair dairy handling competition. Bree recieved first place at the competition. She recieved a plaque and will have the oppurtunity to compete at the national level. Bree competed against 26 other constestants. Of the final four, three were seniors, leaving Bree to be the youngest as a sophomore. Bree said she felt a bit like an underdog. " I wasn't nervous, I was surprised and happy that I won. It was a great exprience for me." Bree stated. Bree had to have great, knowledge of handling dairy cattle. Bree dedicated a lot of hours of hard work, but for her it payed off.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

 

Monroeville FFA

MONROEVILLE On March 24, Monroeville FFA member Bree Niedermeier showed her cow at the Ohio State Fair dairy handling competition. Bree recieved first place at the competition. She recieved a plaque and will have the oppurtunity to compete at the national level. Bree competed against 26 other constestants. Of the final four, three were seniors, leaving Bree to be the youngest as a sophomore. Bree said she felt a bit like an underdog. " I wasn't nervous, I was surprised and happy that I won. It was a great exprience for me." Bree stated. Bree had to have great, knowledge of handling dairy cattle. Bree dedicated a lot of hours of hard work, but for her it payed off.

Airrin Perruchon, reporter

South Central FFA

GREENWICH On March 28, the Ohio FFA president Hannah Crossen visited the South Central FFA to talk about "Our maps to our Future." Some of the FFA classes got to draw cars to fit their future. Some had headlights to "see ahead" and others had shocks to get through "rough times." Other classes had to sketch a person and put different abilities of a leader. Crossen will be turning over her presidency to the next Ohio FFA president at state convention.

Joe Pennell, reporter