Middlebury students celebrate National FFA Week

THE OFFICERS FOR the Middlebury FFA this year are, from left, Lucas Allen, Treasurer; Ryley Dubois, Co-Reporter; Ian Goodyear, Co- Reporter; Eliza Bent, Parliamentarian; Katherine Whipple, President; Kylee Ellis, Secretary; Abby Reen, Vice President; and Maya Huestis, Sentinel.

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury FFA Chapter officer team has had a lot going on since the start to the school year. We ran a clothing drive for the John Graham Shelter in Vergennes and the Charter House Coalition in Middlebury.

To kick off National FFA Week, we hosted two days of training workshops for the Mini-Chapter officers, and to celebrate the National Days of Service, we made baked goods and delivered them to first responders in the county.

Our next focus will be getting all of the Middlebury FFA members started on their Supervised Agricultural Experiences, or SAEs.

One of the neatest things is that many of our chapter officers come from long-standing Addison County FFA member legacies. Check out the captions of these photos for familiar names. The future of Addison County agriculture is surely in capable hands.

We are so proud of our members who are serving as Vermont FFA Association officers this year. Abby Reen is President and Courtney Curler is Vice President. Karrie Ayer from Vergennes FFA Chapter is currently serving as Secretary.

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