MOUNTAIN VIEW — The month of March has found several members from the Jim Bridger FFA Chapter working hard and traveling to contests in preparation for the state FFA convention in Cheyenne April 18-21.
The regionial speech contest was held in Riverton March 14. Both Behlee Aimone, who competed in extemporaneous speaking, and Aspen Fraughton in FFA creed placed fourth at the contest.
The state proficiency contest was also in Torrington. The Chapter had 13 applicants apply. Brandon Vitt, and Kelsey Girogis, both in beef productionuction; Faith Pfeifer in Ag communications; Hope Pfeifer, equine production and forage place; Taylor Allen, goat production, equine production, equine place and diversified livestock; Torri Walker, diversified place; Linzy Carpenter, sheep; Dallie Hewitt, equine production; and Delany Lupher, sheep production.
All members had to complete a 21-page application in regards to their Ag project and records for the past. Winners will be announced at the state convention as to gold, silver or bronze receiving a plaque and money. Good Job kids, FFA advisor Carrie Covolo said about the members accomplishments.
Covolo said she is “…proud of these kid. Most are young, but so willing to work hard and learn new things. Hopefully, we can get a few more things under our belts and get geared up for state convention and Judging April 18-21, in Cheyenne.”
Members of the vet science team are (l to r): Madi Lupher, Torri Walker, Jolee Lameroux and Elizabeth Hurdsman. COURTESY PHOTO/MVHS