Bowling Green FFA members honored at annual awards banquet
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff
Wednesday, 17 April 2013 08:55
Among the awards presented Saturday night at the Bowling Green FFA banquet were:
|Jordan Engle (left), winner of the 110% Award, and Henry Apple, winner of the Dekalb Award, pose for a picture after the FFA banquet awards held at Bowling Green High School Saturday night. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Steven Speck was the only double winner as 34 proficiency awards were recognized and awarded on Saturday night.
Speck received the Beef Production Entrepreneurship, sponsored by the Wood County Beef Producers and the Fiber and Oil Crop Production Entrepreneurship proficiency.
Other proficiency awards were awarded to
Connor Senn for Agricultural Communications Placement; Natalie Carpenter for Agricultural Education Placement; Jordan Engle for Agricultural Mechanics Design and Fabrication Placement; Steven Gerdeman for Agricultural Mechanics Repair & Maintenance Entrepreneurship; Jacob Keller for Agricultural Mechanics Repair & Maintenance Placement; Ben Wilhelm for Agricultural Processing Entrepreneurship; Dalton Neifer for Agricultural Processing Placement;
Eddie Tolles for Agricultural Sales Placement; Matthew Galliger for Agriscience Plant Systems Research; Susan Johnson for Agriscience Environmental Service Systems Research; Thomas Foos for Diversified Agricultural Production Placement; Madalyn Fletcher for Diversified Agricultural Production Entrepreneurship; Mason Apple for Diversified Crop Production Placement; Henry Apple for Diversified Crop Production Entrepreneurship;
Devin Spencer for Equine Science Placement; Josh Nietz for Fiber and Oil Crop Production Placement; Alex Wynn for Grain Production Entrepreneurship; Jessica Biegel for Grain Production Placement; Courtney Wagner for Home/Community Development Placement; Hailey Clifford for Home/Community Development Entrepreneurship; Nick Brennan for Landscape Management Placement;
Mitch Cromley for Nursery Operations Entrepreneurship; Tim Kleman for Outdoor Recreation Entrepreneurship; Logan Krieger for Outdoor Recreation Placement; Allie Smith for Poultry Production Entrepreneurship; Abri Dubler for Sheep Production Entrepreneurship; Amanda Barndt for Sheep Production Placement;
Nathan Morlock for Swine Production Entrepreneurship; Andrew Mazey for Swine Production Placement; Nathan Hoverson for Turf Grass Production Entrepreneurship; Justus Smith for Turf Grass Production Placement; and Taylor DeSmith for Vegetable Production Entrepreneurship.
The top five sellers for the annual citrus fruit and nut sale were recognized. Kinsey Kale was the top seller with $2,417. She was followed by Eddie Tolles at $1,492; Henry Apple, $1,433; Ben Wilhelm, $1,375; and Jenna Grames, $1,235.
There were a total of three dozen members who sold more than $750 each.
The Bowling Green FFA Alumni and Friends Scholarship recipients were Henry Apple, Nick Brennan, Natalie Carpenter, Abri Dubler and Nathan Hoverson.
A silent auction was held Saturday night which raised $1,404 to be put toward those scholarships.
Ag Credit 110 Percent Award was presented to Jordan Engle.
The DeKalb Award was presented to Henry Apple.
The Wood County Soil & Water Conservation District Award was presented to Tim Kleman.
Spirit of FFA awards, sponsored by John Hartman were presented to two members of each class.
• Freshman: Ashley Baden and Rosa Bowen
• Sophomore: Mason Apple and Susan Johnson
• Junior: Amanda Barndt and Madalyn Fletcher
• Senior: Ashley Halleck and Nathan Hoverson
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 April 2013 09:37