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RCHS FFA Competes in 2019 Regional Speaking Contest

Yesterday, March 13, 2019, Russell County High School’s FFA Chapter traveled to Lindsey Wilson College to compete in the 2019 Regional Speaking Contest. FFA members worked very hard in preparation for this event–and it paid off. FFA members did amazingly well at their competition with many bringing home superior ratings and placings. Below is a list of the results of Russell County High’s FFA 2019 Regional Speaking Contest:

Prepared Public Speaking: Elizabeth Jones- received a Superior Rating and placed 1st

Extemporaneous Speaking: Brannon Lawson- received a Superior Rating and placed 3rd

FFA Creed Speaking: Elly Richardson- received a Superior Rating

FFA Quiz: Morgan Taylor- received a Superior Rating and placed 4th

Agriculture Mechanics Impromptu Speech: Jordan Helm- received a Superior Rating and placed 2nd

Beef Impromptu Speech: Audrey Burton- received a Superior Rating

Crop Impromptu Speech: Cali Hale- received an Excellent Rating

Dairy Impromptu Speech: Skyla Lawless- received a Superior Rating and placed 1st

Fruit and Vegetable Impromptu Speech: Sophie Shearer- received a Superior Rating

Greenhouse Impromptu Speech: Morgan Jones- received a Superior Rating

Floral Impromptu Speech: Makalyn Wade- received a Superior Rating and placed 3rd

Horse Impromptu Speech: Kara Ryder- received a Superior Rating and placed 3rd

Poultry Impromptu Speech: Danielle Blevins- received a Superior Rating

Small Animal Impromptu Speech: Brooklyn Carroll- received a Superior Rating and placed 2nd

Turf and Lawn Care Impromptu Speech: Kolten Grider- received a Superior Rating and placed 2nd

Talent Contest: Kolten Grider- placed 2nd

AIC Abby Grant- received a Superior Rating and placed 3rd

SR Chapter Meeting Team received a Superior Rating and placed 3rd:

President: Elizabeth Jones

Vice President: Abigail Roy

Secretary: Makalyn Wade

Treasurer: Audrey Burton

Reporter: Ashley Miller

Sentinel: Allie Wilson

Student Adviser: Brannon Lawson

Congratulations to all these students! RCHS is so proud of you!

 

 

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