Jay High FFA Recognized At State Convention

June 17, 2017

The Jay High School FFA Chapter was recognized for several accomplishments during this week’s Florida FFA State Convention in Orlando.

Amanda Hachtel placed third in the state in the Creed Speaking Leadership Development Event after competing against the top 12 speakers in the state on Monday.

Ally Ashworth and Amanda Hachtel represented the Jay FFA Land Judging team on stage to receive their trophy for placing fifth in the state at the contest this past March in Plant City.

Madelyn Godwin received her State FFA Degree. The State FFA Degree is highest honor bestowed upon any regular member of the Florida FFA Association.

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One Response to “Jay High FFA Recognized At State Convention”

  1. Resident on June 17th, 2017 8:32 am

    Congratulations!!!! To Madelyn, Ally, and Amanda and to all of the Jay FFA members. What an amazing accomplishment. We truly have a wonderful FFA program in the North West region. Way to go FFA members not only to represent your school in the classroom, but out of the classroom also, and also Congrads. to Northview, Centrals, and Tate’s FFA program also. These young adults truly learn life’s lesson in this program and everyone involved keep up the good work and keep this program excelling in the Northwest region.

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