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FFA OFFICERS ATTEND N-POWER CONFERENCE

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FFA OFFICERS ATTEND LEADERSHIP TRAINING

 

Five members of the Lewiston FFA Chapter attended the 2015 N-Power Conference in Lincoln July 15th and 16th.  The conference was held at the University of  Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus.  One hundred thirty-eight students were in attendance.

 

Local officers attending were Cari Howell, Megan Wehrbein, Skyler Salts, Miah Fulton and Karen Keyes.  The statewide leadership training was a joint session for FFA, 4-H, FCCLA, VICA and FBLA middle and high school students.  Workshops are coordinated with the Nebraska Department of Education and the Nebraska Human Resources Institute.  State FFA Officers presented many of the sessions.

 

Training was headquartered at the East Campus Union.  Sessions included building relationships, role modeling, mentoring, and enhancing personal strengths.  The FFA members enjoyed the UN-L Dairy Store, a dance and staying in the college dorms.  FFA Advisor Dave Barnard sponsored the group.

 

In other leadership activities for the Chapter, Vice President Cari Howell was named the Pawnee County Fair Queen this week.  The Nebraska FFA Association announced Chapter book results.  Megan Wehrbein’s Reporter Scrapbook earned a Superior rating and Secretary Dalton Anderson’s book earned a Superior rating.  A Superior rating is the highest level awarded.