Since the school year is just beginning, I would like to further introduce your 2016-2017 Manor FFA Officers.
The President – Sam Garrett is in 12th grade. She loves attending all FFA events but her favorite is the Fall Picnic. Her favorite food is macaroni and cheese. After high school she plans to run for a State FFA Office and the go to college for Ag Education or Vet Tech. Her piece of advice for future FFA Officers is to be passionate about the blue corduroy jacket, the members you serve and most importantly about the agriculture industry.
The Vice President – Rose Drumm is in 12th grade. Her favorite food is steak and potatoes. Her favorite activity is showing her pigs, steers, and lambs. Her future plans are to run for a State FFA Office and then work on a farm. Rose’s advice is to have fun, be brave, jump in, and speak out.
The Executive Vice President – Wes Herr is in 12th grade. His favorite event is working out in the field. He enjoys eating roast beef with gravy and mashed potatoes. After high school, Wes plans on going into the Plant Science Field. His advice for future Officers is to always be willing to set your own plans into action.
The Advisor – Boyd Barley is in 12th grade. His favorite foods are pizza, crabs, chicken pie, and chicken and waffles. His favorite FFA activities are the Barn Party and Lock-in. His future plans are to be a farmer on his dad’s farm. The advice he gave for future Officers is to get to know each other and to get along.
The Treasurer – Liz Broderick is in 11th grade. She likes to play soccer and enjoys eating cream dried beef. Her future plans aren’t solid but she would like to go somewhere in the Plant Science Field. She advises future FFA Officers to speak up and share your opinion even if no one agrees with you.
The Treasurer – Mel Garrett is in 10th grade. Her favorite food is mashed potatoes. She enjoys horseback riding and swimming in her free time. After high school she wants to become either a Pediatrician, Nurse, or Ag teacher. Her advice to future Officers is to not wait to apply to become an officer. Go for it freshman year, you may not think you’re old enough or qualified enough but you can make it. Just try.
The Reporter – Rebecca High, oh hey that’s me! I’m in 10 grade this year. I enjoy cooking/baking, writing, and any crafty activity. My favorite foods are bacon and cheese. After high school I plan on going into the culinary industry with college training. My advice to future Officers is to communicate with each other and stay organized.
The Secretary – Clara Hess is in 11th grade. Her favorite food is Kraft Mac N’ Cheese and she loves to hang out with friends. She has yet to decide but would like to continue after high school in the agricultural industry. Her advice for future FFA Officers is to not be afraid to voice your own opinion in a group setting.
The Corresponding Secretary – Arilyn Tegtmeier is a 10th grader. Her favorite thing to do is dance and she adores orange juice. After high school Arilyn plans on becoming an animal nutritionist. She advises future Officers to work hard and have fun.
The Chaplain – Kenny Barley is in 11th grade. His favorite activity is spending time in the shop. Turkey gravy and waffles is his favorite food. He plans on attending college for agronomy and then using that knowledge to make decisions on the farm. His piece of advice for future Officers is to always communicate.
The Sentinel – Emily Aukamp is an 11th grader. She likes ethnic foods such as Chinese food. Her favorite activity is spending time with friends and family. She plans on going to DelVal college majoring in equine management and eventually owning her own ranch to help horses with behavioral issues. She advises future FFA Officers to get involved as soon as possible. To be active and put your whole heart into your position. Oh, and be awesome.
The Historian – Cherish Frick is in 11th grade. She enjoys hunting, listening to music, and playing softball. Her favorite food is Chinese. After high school she plans on becoming an architectural engineer. Her advice is not to be afraid of pushing yourself to do something different.
The Parliamentarian – Tanner Bauman is an 11th grader. He enjoys good walks and chicken broccoli rice casserole. After high school he plans on going into crop education. His piece of advice to upcoming officers is not to be afraid to stand out, be a great leader, and express your own opinion.