Salem Hills FFA stu­dents ad­vance to state

Serve Daily - - MERIT ACADEMY - By Josh Evans

On Jan. 30, the Salem Hills High School FFA com­peted in the Utah Area 5 Lead­er­ship De­vel­op­ment Events. New to Utah this year is the Con­duct of Chap­ter Meet­ings event, which is de­signed for sev­enth-, eighth- and ninth-grade stu­dents to learn how to con­duct an of­fi­cer meet­ing and use par­lia­men­tary pro­ce­dure. The Salem Hills team placed first in the event. Mem­bers in­clude Bailee Hansen, Mad­die DeHart, Eli Evans, Bai­ley Hansen, Matt Lacey, Daycee Drury and Jour­dyn Car­don. All are stu­dents at Mt. Nebo Ju­nior High School.

In Pre­pared Pub­lic Speak­ing, Janie Ly­man of Salem Hills High placed first with her speech en­ti­tled “Quagga Mus­sels.” In Creed Speak­ing, Haylee Ste­wart of Salem Ju­nior High was one of two in­di­vid­u­als that qual­i­fied to move on to state. Tait Is­ing of Mr. Nebo Ju­nior High placed sec­ond in the event.

In the Farm Bu­reau Dis­cus­sion Meet, Gage Grav­ley of Salem Hill High was one of two in­di­vid­u­als that qual­i­fied for state. In Ex­tem­po­ra­ne­ous Speak­ing, Kee­lan Ste­wart placed third over­all, and the Par­lia­men­tary Pro­ce­dure team placed FFA De­gree: Kee­lan Ste­wart, Sydney sec­ond. Salem Hills High also has five in­di­vid­u­als Har­ris, Jo­ce­lyn Bell, Kasey Han­cock and that will be re­ceiv­ing the State Tan­ner Di­a­mond. The state events will be held in Cedar City on March 9. Great job Salem Hills stu­dents and good luck at state.

Stu­dents in the Salem Hills High School re­cently com­peted in the Utah Area 5 Lead­er­ship De­vel­op­ment Events. Pic­tured are, back row: Josh Evans, Bailee Hansen, Eli Evans, Daycee Drury, Bai­ley Fran­son and Mad­die DeHart. Front row: Matt Lacey and Jour­dyn Car­don.

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