Ramona FFA salutes agriculture students at banquet

Ramona High School agriculture students took center stage at the Ramona FFA end-of-the-year banquet. Approximately 100 students and guests attended the event, compared with about 30 in the past.

Awards presented

Greenhand Degree—Given to first-year agriculture students: Fredrick Burner, Jennifer Duarte, Phillip Eaton, Marbella Garcia, Alexandra Grant, Kiera Grant, Crystal Hernandez, Daniela Hernandez, Kim Klarer, Kendra Kutrina, Helen Paris, Howard Peel, Amanda Raines, Maria Rosales, Cloe Slamal, DJ Spiker, Allison Staub, Jason Summers, Arihaunna Simmons, Zachary Thomas, Chelsea Webster, and Christopher Wier.

Chapter Degree—Given to second year students who excel in their agriculture projects: Kenneth Crowder, Angelina Gray, Courtney Holley, and Samantha Landgrave.

State Degree—Very prestigious awards given to juniors or seniors who meet minimum requirements based on the FFA Organization: Stephen Janak.

The winner of the Chapter Beef Production Placement is: Stephen Janak

The winner of the Chapter Poultry Placement is: Samantha Landgrave

Honored as Ag Completers, students who have been in FFA for all 4 years of high school are, from left, Breanna Andrews, Yvette Herrera, and Ryley Stites.

The winner of the Chapter Vegetable Production Placement is: Jennifer Duarte

The winner of the Chapter Equine Production Placement is: Amanda Raines

The winner of the Chapter Goat Production Placement is: Helen Paris

The winner of the Chapter Diversified Livestock Placement is: DJ Spiker

The winner of the Chapter Ornamental Horticulture Placement is: Arihaunna Simmons

The winner of the Chapter Landscape Maintenance Placement is: Howard Peel

The winner of the Chapter Home Maintenance Placement is: Kiera Grant

The winner of the Chapter Veterinary Science Placement is: Courtney Holley

Stephen Janak, Yvette Herrera, and Samantha Landgrave moved on to the section level and Stephen Janak won Section Home Maintenance Placement and moved on to the state level.

Outstanding Supporter—A supporter or parent who goes above and beyond to help Ramona FFA. This man is known as the chapter’s second father and hero, Mr. Larry VanderPloeg.

The winner of the Overall Freshmen FFA Points Award is: Amanda Raines.

The winner of the Overall Sophomore FFA Points Award is: Kenny Crowder

The winner of the Overall Junior FFA Points Award is: Stephen Janak.

The winner of the Overall Senior FFA Points Award is: Bonnie Judd.

The winner of the Overall FFA Points Award with 55 points is: Bonnie Judd.

Chapter Star Greenhand—Outstanding Freshman: Amanda Raines.

Chapter Star Farmer—Student who excels in farming and farming practices: Christopher Wier.

Chapter Star Agribusiness—Student who excels in her own agriculture related business: Bonnie Judd.

Chapter Star Agriscience—Student who excels in an agriculture science project: Stephen Janak.

Chapter Star Ag Placement— Student who excels in an agriculture related job: Breanna Andrews.

Chapter Leadership—Student who excels in leadership: Breanna Andrews.

Chapter Scholarship—Student who excels in their agriculture class and their schoolwork: Ryley Stites.

DEKALB Award—Outstanding Senior: Yvette Herrera.

Ag Completers—A student who has been in FFA for all 4 years of high school: Yvette Herrera, Ryley Stites, Breanna Andrews

Retiring 2011-12 Officers

President: Stephen Janak

Vice President: Yvette Herrera

Secretary: Ryley Stites

Treasurer: Christopher Wier

Reporter: Breanna Andrews

Sentinel: Bonnie Judd

Historian: Amanda Raines

New 2012-13 Officers

President: Stephen Janak

Vice President: Courtney Holley

Secretary: Amanda Raines

Treasurer: Kenneth Crowder

Reporter: Bailey Blevins

Sentinel: Zachary Thomas

Historian: Kiera Grant

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Posted by Karen Brainard on Jun 6 2012. Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Country Living, Schools, Youth. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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