Congratulations to our Senior and Greenhand Parliamentary Procedure Teams for all their hard work towards their winnings at District IX Contest! The Senior team placed 1st and the Greenhand team placed 2nd and both will be going to Sectionals on April 18th.
Congratulations to our Senior and Greenhand Parliamentary Procedure Teams for all their hard work towards their winnings at Sectional Contest! The Senior and Novice Parliamentary Procedure teams both placed 1st and will be headed to state in June.
On Saturday, April 30, 2011 Shenandoah FFA hosted its 3rd Annual Snug Harbor Prom. This year's theme was; Under the Sea. With over 125 guests from the Snug Harbor Homes alone, the total attendance was near 200. It was our best turn out ever. The evening included a full course meal and a live DJ. Shenandoah FFA is proud to be able to give these friends a once in lifetime experience and a night that will never forget.
On Wednesday, May 11, 2011 the Shenandoah FFA chapter visited Camp Belzer of Indianapolis, IN to participate in one of the day camps provided there. Our chapter had an excellent time volunteering. The camp's main purpose was to teach kids life skills through different activities around the grounds.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Months of hard work, determination, and perseverance paid off for scores of FFA members from the Shenandoah FFA Chapter, Middletown, Ind.
Over 40 chapter members traveled to the 82nd Indiana FFA State Convention on the campus of Purdue University from June 13-15 to compete in a variety of leadership contests. The members were rewarded as they broke a number of state records with their overwhelming successes. The chapter traveled back to the northwest corner of Henry County with 26 state finalists and 13 state champions.
Additionally, the chapter earned the Big Ten Chapter Award and was recognized as one of only four chapters as a Model of Innovation in Community Development and as a Model of Innovation in Student Development. The chapter takes tremendous pride in serving its community and those efforts were also rewarded. The chapter received first place in the state, a $1,000 award sponsored by Monsanto, in the Living to Serve Community Initiative for helping to better the communities in which they live.
“We, as a chapter, are extremely humbled by the tremendous success of our students,” said Trent Fredenburg, chapter advisor. “Yet, we are proud to see all of their hours of dedication pay off for these young leaders.”
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