The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

Ag

March 23, 2013

FFA News 3-24-2013

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ENID, Okla. — Career Passport honors to be presented

Several northwest Oklahoma FFA members have met requirements to receive an Agricultural Education Career Passport.

Career Passport recipients will receive a plaque and be recognized April 30 on stage during the 87th State FFA Convention held at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City.

The Career Passport is awarded to students who have prepared to enter the agricultural work force through curricular and evaluation activities established by the industry.

Recipients are: Jess Click, Waukomis, natural resources; Kaylee Grider, Waukomis, horticulture; Trevor Howard, Waukomis, natural resources; Kaity Kokojan, Waukomis, horticulture; Kaci Mack, Waukomis, horticulture; Blaise Newman, Waukomis, natural resources; Shaelee Roberts, Waukomis, horticulture; Kori Chance, Woodward, ag power and technology; Braden Denney, Woodward, ag power and technology; Kole Forrest, Woodward, ag power and technology; Brendon Hines, Woodward, veterinary assistant; Joaci Hodges, Woodward, veterinary assistant; Tanner Littau, Woodward, ag power and technology; Haley Reinlinger, Woodward, veterinary assistant; and Michaela Shepherd, Woodward, ag power and technology.

Area students show academic excellence

Several northwest Oklahoma students are among the 81 FFA students statewide selected to receive the academic excellence award.

Only 81 of the 715 State FFA Degree recipients were chosen to receive this honor. Recipients will be given a medallion on a red and white ribbon to wear over their official FFA dress and recognition for their accomplishment during the State FFA Convention to be held April 30-May 1 at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City.

Students were selected based on grade point average, class rank and ACT score.

Area students chosen are:

• Burlington — Katelyn Garvie, Brandon Gosselin and Tiffany Rieger.

• Garber — Tyler Schnaithman and Kaley Semrad.

• Kingfisher — Jami Adams and Katie Lippoldt.

• Mooreland — Jesse Henderson.

• Mulhall-Orlando — Tanner Miller.

• Waukomis — Blaise Newman.

• Woodward — Jaci Hodges and Haley Reidlinger.

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