Cody-Kilgore State FFA Results
Monday, 08 April 2013 08:58
Following are some of the results from State FFA from the Cody-Kilgore School District:
Creed Speaking - Grace Ford - Gold 2nd place
Jr. Public Speaking - Gillian Cheney - Bronze
Cooperative Speaking - Cody Trump - Bronze
Natural Resources Speaking - Tyler O'Neill - Bronze
Agriscience - Red (Tanner - Purple, Tiandrah - Purple, Ariel -Blue, Margaret)
Floriculture - Blue 9th Place (Olyvia - Purple 13th, Gillian - Red, Shannon -Red, Hannah)
Food Science - (Eva Oliver - White, Jennifer Stolzenburg, Katie Compton, Haley Schneider)
Jr. Livestock Selection - Red (Wyatt Galloway - Red, J T Adamson - Red, Jordan Cady - Red, Eva Oliver)
Sr. Livestock Selection - (Austin Wobig - White, Josh Harris, Jalen Grant, Tyler O'Neill)
Ag Mechanic - White (Ivan Rosfeld - Blue, Walker Wolff - Red, Josh Harris, Ryan Oliver)
Meats - White (Kylee Stoner - Blue, Tessa Gale - Red, Katie Compton, Jennifer Stolzenburg)
Poppy Poster Contest
Monday, 08 April 2013 08:24
Leo Brinda Unit 90 of the American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring their annual Poppy Poster contest. The poppy poster contest is a national contest, and students are eligible to enter one of seven different classes; grades 2-12 as listed here:
Class I - 2&3 grades class II - 4 &5 grades Class III - 6 &7 grades Class IV - 8 & 9 grades Class V - 10 & 11 grades Class VI - 12 grade Class VII - students with disabilities.
Poster board, size 11” X 14” is a basic requirement. Posters on drawing paper will not be judged.
All posters must meet the deadline of Friday April 19th. A drop box will be located at 427 North Main Street in Valentine April 18th. Posters received after the deadline will be displayed, but not judged. For rules and other information about this contest phone 376-2443 after 4pm.
All posters received will be displayed at the Veterans Club during 1884 Day activities on April 27. Posters selected to go to state competition and all other winners will be featured. During the annual pancake breakfast Post 90 will sponsor a ballot for a “public choice poster” and folks may vote for their personal favorite.