State Leadership contests saw our Middle school students with a good deal of Success. In Public Speaking, Jack Kluting received a Gold Award with a 5th place finish in the State. The two Conduct of Meetings Teams also competed with the “B team ” competing on Wednesday in the semi finals and the “A team” competing on Thursday morning in the finals. The A team placed 3rd in the State with a Gold award, while the B team placed 9th with a Silver award. Congrats to all for your accomplishments!
The Coopersville Farm Museum is in need of volunteers! They need volunteers for the petting zoo. The petting zoo will take place each Saturday in April from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. It will take place indoors and the volunteers are given lunch, usually pizza or hot dogs. They are having goats April 6th and 13th and possibly a calf on April 13th and 27th. If you have done this in the past the set up is the same. If you are interested then please contact Kate at (616) 997-8555. Any help would be very much appreciated, thank you.
The results from State are in! The Chapter had a demonstration team go down, and they did a great job. The team finished 3rd in the State, and earned a Silver Award with their demonstration of “From Cow to Cup.” The middle school also had a State qualifying team with their Green-hand Conduct of Meeting. They also finished 4th in State with a Silver Award. A big congratulations go out to both teams, good job you guys! The Chapter also had two juniors earn their Outstanding Junior Awards and had four seniors earn their State Degrees. The Chapter’s delegates were Claire Zahm and James Brown. Those two helped in electing the new State officer team. Overall, State Convention was a success for the Chapter, and everyone is looking forward to next year.
The Regional Contest results are in! The Greenhand Conduct team took 1st place, received a Gold Award, and are moving on to State Contests at Michigan State University on March 7th. The team consist of Amanda Crouch, Beka McDonald, Jessica Zahm, Karla Willcome, Arden Bouchard, Michael Wolgamott, and Macinze Knuth. So, a BIG congratulations goes out to them, and good luck at State.