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Investigation of how former North Butler FFA advisor handled chapter funds

Allison, IA – A special investigation by the state auditor’s office has identified about eight-thousand dollars worth of undocumented fundraising and spending by the advisor of a northeast Iowa F-F-A chapter. State Auditor Rob Sand says officials in the North Butler Community School District asked for the review.

Auditors concluded F-F-A advisor Frank Kisley failed to collect or deposit about 21-hundred dollars from two fundraisers for the chapter. Auditors identified another 58-hundred dollars of improper spending for the chapter. Kisley was placed on leave last March. He went back into the school in July and told investigators he was able to retrieve nearly 19-hundred dollars in undeposited cash from his desk and turn it over to the principal. Sand says school officials told investigators the cash was bundled as if had come from the bank

Kisley indicated the cash was from F-F-A fundraisers held the previous school year.

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