Amanda-Clearcreek FFA announces 2014-2015 officer team

Now that a new year in the Amanda-Clearcreek FFA chapter has started, the new officers were elected and put into office. After much debate, the new officers for 2014-2015 are: President – Devon Mullen, Vice President – Adrian Wymer, Secretary – Susan Householder, Treasurer – Sydney Stinson, Reporter – Josie Montoney, Sentinel – Austin Stai and Student Advisor – Kaylee Reed. These individuals were chosen by their peers to represent the A-C FFA chapter throughout the next calendar year by being elected at the February meeting.

Being an officer can be lots of work and requires dedication. As President, Devon not only resides over chapter meetings but also represents the Amanda-Clearcreek chapter at functions such as school board meetings. As Vice-President,  Adrian is in charge of all committee work. He also helps Devon when needed. Susan is in charge of keeping the minutes of every chapter meeting and for keeping track of activity attendance by the membership.  For the next year, new Treasurer Sydney will be in charge of all the money that pertains to her chapter. As the new Reporter, Josie has the responsibility of publishing newsletters and articles to inform the membership and the community of the activities of the chapter. In addition she will also be in charge of completing the chapter scrapbook. The duty of the Sentinel is to greet the members as they enter the meeting room and great guests at other events. Kaylee will be a role model for other members and will aid the other officers when they request her assistance.

In order to complete all of their work, the officers select assistants. The assistants for 2014-2015 are: At Large – Ashley Pritchard, Vice President – Kayla Luft, Secretary – Layla Renner, Treasurer – Carlie Krile, Reporter – Joce Palombo, Sentinel – Austin J. Smith, and Student Advisor – Mallory Sietz.

With our new leadership, we are looking forward to a successful conclusion of this school year and are very optimistic for the start of the 2014-2015 school year.

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