On Oct. 25-27 five students from the Frontier FFA Chapter attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. The students raised money for the trip by raffling off a folding Adirondack chair donated to the chapter by Steven Ward. At the convention students attended sessions, a career show, leadership workshops, took a tour of English’s Buffalo Farm, as well as the Hoosier Horse Park. On Saturday the students attended a ceremony where Katherine Terrell received her American FFA Degree. The American Degree is attained by fewer than two percent of all FFA members in the United States. Over a four-year period while attending Frontier High School, Katherine increased her net worth in her agriculture enterprises by over $11,000. She also participated in many local, state and national activities. Katherine also completed over 40 hours of community service and participated in leadership development activities to make her a viable American FFA Degree recipient.
Frontier FFA members, from left, are: Hillary Handschumaker, Hunter Smiley, Erwin Berry, Danielle Watkins, Ted Jackson, Danielle Weddle and Katherine Terrell.
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