Letter to the Editor
To the Editor:
The Vale FFA Chapter held its annual awards banquet April 21. This serves as a tradition for Vale as well as many other local FFA chapters, where both members and supporters are recognized for their achievements and contributions to this great program.
The banquet was a fun night for all, including entertainment from a local musician, a silent auction to raise funds for a leadership conference scholarship, and installment of new officers for the coming year.
These new officers are eager for the year ahead and to make their contributions to the Vale FFA Chapter. They are president Hailey Amick; vice president Alisa Burkhardt; secretary Tessa McFetridge; treasurer Dylan Marshall; reporter Audrey Marchek; sentinel Izzy Sigrah; and historian Janela Juica.
Vale FFA Chapter would also like to especially thank all parents, local community members, and businesses who made this year’s banquet possible.
Vale FFA Reporter
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