Sattler and Wilson receive American FFA Degrees

Dana Wilson

Katie Sattler and Dana Wilson both received the American FFA Degree at the National FFA Convention in
This is the highest degree an FFA member can achieve, and is only achieved by less than one-half of one
percent of all FFA members. The duo brings the total to 60 Bowling Green FFA members to receive this
special honor.
Sattler’s supervised agricultural experience project consisted of placement at Wolf’s Bloom and Berries
where she logged 1,446 hours.
Her leadership activities included attending the state and national conventions, parliamentary procedure,
public speaking, the State Leadership COLLT Conference and District Officer Training. She also served as
the chapter’s secretary and president.
An Ohio State University student, Sattler participated in county, district and state career development
events such as the agricultural sales and communication contests and public speaking.
At Bowling Green High School she was in National Honor Society, the yearbook staff, student activities
board, volleyball, Spanish Club and BG Leadership.
Her community activities included serving on the Junior Fair Board, 4-H Committee, 4-H Club, and church
youth group, to name a few. She also was active in all of the chapter’s activities, including
fundraising and community service as well as social and recreational activities.
She is the daughter of Stephen and Elaine Sattler.

Katie Sattler

Wilson’s SAE project involved her job placement on JGD Farm Inc., where she logged 2,295 hours.
Her leadership activities included attending the state and national conventions, parliamentary procedure
and district officer training. She served as the chapter’s reporter and vice president.
Wilson participated in the agricultural sales and food science technology contests on the county,
district and state levels.
At the high school level she was in Spanish Club and basketball. Her community service include being on
the Junior Fair Board and serving as a youth adviser and with her church youth group.
The Owens Community College student, like Sattler was extremely involved in the chapter activities such
as fundraising and community service, as well as various social and recreation activities.
She is the daughter of Daniel and Janet Wilson.