FFA Regional Contests

FFA Regional

On March 22 and March 24 Nicholas County FFA competed in two regional contests days. Results from each determined who goes on to represent the region in those contests. Nicholas County is humbled to have several members who advanced to represent the region in several speaking contests and career development events.

Advancing to state:

Fielden Bechanan in Floral Impromptu: Superior 2nd
Logan Bechanan in Prepared Public Speaking: Superior 2nd
Dustin Liver in Fruit and Vegetable Impromptu: Superior 1st
Senior Parliamentary Procedure Team: Supierior 1st (team members: Dustin Liver, Bodie Taggett, Keeli Hughes, Logan Bechanan, James Campbell, John Swanner, Shelby Farrow, Alyssa Watkins, Taylor Fryman and Brittany Moon).

Members who placed but did not advance;
Morgan Planck placed 3rd in Beef Impromptu
Megan Cobb placed 3rd in Poultry Impromptu
Austin Tubbs placed 3rd in FFA Creed Speaking
Tyler Horn placed 3rd in Nursery Impromptu
McKenna Rice and Bodie Taggett placed 2nd in FFA Talent
Sam Hamilton placed 3rd in Dairy Impromptu
James Campbell placed 4th in Extemporaneous Public Speaking

During Licking River Regional Paperwork day which resulted in the following;
Lexie Tubbs and James Campbell were 2nd in their proficiency area
Chase Tincer was 1st in Diversified Crop Placement
Morgan Waymire was 1st in Dairy Production Entrepreneurship
Alan Kriegel was 2nd in Tobacco Essay
Ethan Fryman was 2nd in Seed ID
Dylan White was 3rd in Quiz

 

Nicholas County FFA has 11 members receiving their Kentucky State FFA Degree.
Logan Bechanan was elected to serve as the Licking River Regional President for 2017-2018.

James Campbell will represent Nicholas County FFA and the Licking River Region as a state officer candidate in June in his pursuit of serving the Kentucky FFA Association. He will be running against 22 candidates from other chapters for 1 of 12 elected positions.

Congratulations to all of our members and good luck to those advancing to state in June!!





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