A.B. Graham FFA compete in event


By Emmalee Cecil



From left are Sam Stickley, Bryant Crisler, Gannon Arnett and Matt Case.

From left are Sam Stickley, Bryant Crisler, Gannon Arnett and Matt Case.


Submitted photo

The A.B. Graham Ohio Hi-Point FFA chapter members recently competed in the Ohio FFA Farm Business Management career development event.

The purpose of this contest is to provide students with the opportunity to make a practical application of the knowledge and skills learned in the production agriculture curriculum in solving typical farm management problems. This CDE should stimulate interest in the farm management instructional program and as a result, help students to become more effective farm managers.

Chapter members Sam Stickley, Bryant Crisler, Gannon Arnett, Matt Case, Emmalee Cecil, Jayden Tourney, Owen McGuire, Tylar Bailey, Brent Case, Colby Strader, Cooper Strader, Ethan Weatherhead, Katelynn Wallace, Michael Bowers, Ethan Gentis, Marleigh Brown, Logan Errett, Max Ward, Eli Hollingsworth, and Aidan Kaster completed the online exam on February 25th. The exam consisted of 50 multiple choice general knowledge questions and 40 multiple choice problem solving questions, with 90 minutes to complete it.

The team finished 3rd in the state with team members consisting of Sam Stickley, Bryant Crisler, Gannon Arnett, and Matt Case. Sam finished 5th overall, Bryant finished 11th overall, and Gannon finished 27th overall out of the 783 high school FFA members who competed.

From left are Sam Stickley, Bryant Crisler, Gannon Arnett and Matt Case.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2020/04/web1_StateFarm.jpegFrom left are Sam Stickley, Bryant Crisler, Gannon Arnett and Matt Case. Submitted photo

By Emmalee Cecil

Emmalee Cecil is the A.B. Graham Ohio Hi-Point FFA Chapter reporter.

Emmalee Cecil is the A.B. Graham Ohio Hi-Point FFA Chapter reporter.