The school year is coming to and end… And soon, our beloved senior officers will be leaving us. Anybody in the chapter would speak highly of these hardworking, dedicated, and upstanding students. They have always lent a helping hand, a good laugh, or valuable advice. We hope they will take all the memories with them. The late nights, goofing around at the Stockshow. The early mornings, trying to get some sleep on the bus. Or even those days spent COVERED in mud, loading some pigs into the trailer. Truth is, we will all be sad at their leaving us, but they are the ones starting a whole new, independent, life. Taking the lessons they learned in the FFA with them.
Alannah Jones: Served as our 2011-2012 Chapter President. This girl is on top of things. Many look at her and think responsibility, intelligence, and organization. While all of these do apply, there is so much more to Alannah! She is bright and cheery, not to mention, hilarious! Just during officer interviews the other day, she took time out of her day to stay with us and help calm us and prepare us. Thank you Alannah, for keeping us all on track and being a good friend.
Brittany Leithner 2010-2011 Chapter Vice President – Photo By On The Spot Photography
Brittany Leithner: Served as our 2011-2012 Chapter Vice President. When she steps into the room, the competition gets scared. Whether it be a proficiency interview, public speaking, or lamb show, she is here to compete and, in many cases, win! One word to describe Brittany: hardworking! She juggles honor roll, FFA, her own livestock, volleyball, and a social life. And she excels in every one of these aspects. Brittany, you will always be remembered for you willingness to help, and your amazing sparkly jeans.
Brittany Hargrove 2011-2012 Treasurer – Photo by On The Spot Photography
Brittany Hargrove: Served as Chapter Treasurer 2011-2012. How could she JUST be a senior in high school?! Brittany is defiantly mature beyond her years, but is still one of the most fun people I know. I have got to personally know her this year, as we are both clarinetists in the Cove Band. Although she has been known as one of the chapters worst tractor drivers ever… I hold Britt in the highest esteem and truly look up to her as a person and a role model.
CJ Ruth 2011-2012 Chapter Junior Advisor – Photo by Gorham Photography
CJ Ruth: Served as Chapter Junior Advisor 2011-2012. Ooh CJ. So many things could be said about you. To some, you are the best friend. To others, the hilarious chef of the FFA. You have probably put in more hours then most of us, in just hard work for the chapter! I don’t know how we will possible get through another officer retreat without your knowledge and planning… or cobbler. Thanks for being the comic relief in stressful times, and an individuall we will never forget.