FFA sends five events on to the state conference, three claim alternate spots

Belmond, Iowa -Five Charles City Career Development Events qualified for the State FFA Leadership Conference last Saturday’s district competition.

The Parliamentary Procedure team of Gillian Anderson, Kiki Connell, Justin Heyer Ryan Nettleton and Drew Staudt claimed first.

Conduct of Meetings advances with Lydia Staudt, Chase Crooks, Brady Frascht, Rachel Chambers, Landon Luft, Ashlyn Hoeft and Ryan Kvernevig on the team.

Evan Bjelica, Lauren Connell Ally Faulkner, Joey Heidbrink, Lynn Hoeft, Jodie Sindlinger and Alec Staudt anchored Ag issues.

Experience the action advances to state with Cassie DeBower, Max Deeter, Sarah Mitchell, Cael Ruzicka and Nathan Schulz on the team.

And Madee Tjaden advances to state in job interview.

Other resutls:

Chapter Website – 3rd Place Gold, Alternate to State – Laurie Hart and Daniel Laube
Ag CSI – 3rd Place Silver, Alternate to State – Elijah Deverell, Katie Cross, Lilly Luft, Max Tjaden, Natalie White, and Reef Peters
Ag Impact – 3rd Place Silver, Alternate to State – Clair Gerkin, Mallory Van Fossen, Olivia Kreger, Taylor Quade, Zach Chambers
Ag Sales – Gold – Amelia Rottinghaus
Extemporaneous Speaking – Silver – Bronson Forsyth
Public Speaking – Silver – Anna Krumwiede
Creed Speaking – Silver – Brayton Quade
Chapter Program – Silver – Marissa Daniels and Jacie Wink

Chris Berg

Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki, daughter Brynlee and son Jaxon.
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