Six Marion-Florence FFA members attended state FFA convention last week in Manhattan.
Newly electeed state president Elizabeth Meyer placed first in extemporaneous public speaking. She will represent Kansas in this event at the group’s national convention.
Meyer received a state FFA degree, the highest state recognition attainable by members. She also was recognized for receiving a National FFA Foundation scholarship and another from Orscheln’s and Kansas FFA Foundation.
Chapter members competed in a quiz bowl competition covering FFA and agriculture information.
Meyer, Aidan Cairns, Cade Harms, Kaitlyn Goebel, Carley Stapleford, and Alli Hett attended.
Mark Meyer and Marsha Meyer accompanied the group as sponsors.