Chelan FFA celebrates FFA Week

Front row: Jessi, Tiernan, Clayton, and Teagen; second row: Morgyn, Casandra, Aliyah, Charlize, and Ethan; back row: Logan, Beau, Gunner, Brennan and Zion. / Courtesy Chelan FFA

The Apple Evaluation team of Macaela, Molly, Aliyah, Obed, Gunner, and Clayton took 4th overall at the District 7 Apple competition held Nov. 19 in Manson. Macaela took 2nd High Individual, Molly was 3rd overall. On Dec. 12 the Apple Evaluation team of Macaela, Molly, Aliyah, Obed, and Clayton placed 6th overall in a tough state competition. Macaela was 4th overall in a competition that had the 1st through 7th place point spread of less than 10 points. Molly was 15th overall.

Chelan and (Manson and Bridgeport and Pateros) at the 2020 Spokane Ag Expo Show. Twenty Chelan kids attended the show at Spokane Convention Center on. Feb. 5

On Feb. 7 Logan Oules was the post on @agri.culture.people. He has been in FFA for two years and was in 4-H since he was 9 years old. All of his pigs have won blue ribbons. Courtesy Chelan FFA Faceboo

Chelan FFA members prepare to serve lunch to those attending the Lake Chelan Horticulture meeting held at the school on Jan. 20.
President: Matt Fitzpatrick Vice President: Ashley Oswald Secretary: Richard Heimark Treasurer: Carlos Vargas Reporter: Richard Heimark In Club Officers: Dee Lysiak

CHELAN - The Chelan FFA Chapter is one of the nine charter members of the Washington State FFA Association and have been around since the spring of 1930.  
The Chelan FFA lives the FFA Mission Statement—to develop student potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agriculture education.
FFA advisor is Bailey Dezellem and she is assisted by Breanna Hanson.
Throughout the year the members of the Chelan FFA raise animals and participate in fairs, apple judging contests and much more. In January they hosted the annual Lake Chelan Horticulture Day at the high school and they are gearing up for their annual Plant Sale this spring.
Each day is a different dress up day. Wednesday will be Camo Day, Thursday Farm Animal Day, Friday America Day and Saturday PJ’s - It’s the weekend.
On Feb. 26 they will attend District Leadership Camp - a chance to meet students from their district, and partake in workshops.
March 11 will be Sunny OK Cattle Judging. They will try their hand at evaluating animals used for different purposes, with  chance to win a buckle.

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