Officer team qualifies for state in par law
By Trace Mulligan, reporter
It’s been a busy fall for the Scott City FFA Chapter. Between land judging, Greenhand Conference, and fundraisers, the members have been very busy.
Starting off at the Scott City land judging contest, the members did a remarkable job. The “A” team, consisting of Eddie Tilton, Chandler Jansen, Macy Davis and Trace Mulligan, placed first in the team standings. Individually, Eddie placed fifth, Chandler fourth, Macy third and Trace second.
The team then traveled to Hugoton to compete in the area contest. The team wasn’t as successful with new types of soil textures. Individually Chandler was 10th and Trace was seventh.
At the Greenhand Conference, Emily Glenn placed ninth in the creed speaking competition. In the test division, Trella Davis placed ninth and Emily Glenn placed second. As a team, they placed third.
The officer team consisting of Reid Flower, sentinel; Trace Mulligan, reporter; Cooper Griffith, treasurer; Asher Huck, secretary; Abe Wiebe, vice-president; and Macy Davis, president, won the parliamentary law division and qualified for state.
In the individual Par Law Test, Abe placed 10th, Asher ninth, Trace fourth, Cooper third and Macy first. Trace was the master ritual reporter, and Abe was the master ritual vice-president. The team also won the ritual part of the competition besting seven other teams.
The next night, the FFA’s annual work auction took place in the commons area. The community turned out in large numbers to support the FFA members.
The money earned will be put to use for meals, motel rooms and registration when teams are traveling to contests.
Trace Mulligan, reporter
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