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FFA Holds Burger Bash

By Susan Venteicher

On December 1, 2016, the Pierce FFA chapter held a burger bash at the high school during the girls’ and boys’ basketball game against Howells-Dodge. People who came to buy food could get a Meal Deal for $5.00 that consisted of a hamburger, chips, and a dessert. If their stomach craved something else, people could get just a hamburger for $3.50, chips for $1.00, or a dessert for $1.00.

The chapter had a very good turnout based on the amount of money they raised. They raised $889, and part of the proceeds will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network.

FFA Members Attend LSE’s

By Susan Venteicher

On December 2, 2016, 16 Pierce FFA members attended district LSE’s at Allen Consolidated Schools. A total of 13 schools attended to compete in 12 different competitions.

The agricultural demonstration team was Quentin Anderson, Michael Polt, and Austin Wickett. They received a purple ribbon. Quentin Anderson and Paige Johnson competed in senior public speaking. Anderson earned a blue ribbon and Johnson earned a red ribbon. The natural resource speakers were Amber Albrecht who received a blue and Branden Haselhorst who received a red. Only one cooperative speaker competed from Pierce and that was Riley Carlson who earned a red. Kendra Schulz competed junior public speaking a received a blue ribbon. The two FFA creed speakers were Devon Unseld and Brett Tinker. Unseld earned a purple ribbon and Tinker earned a blue. The job interview competitors were Abbey Sedlacek and Tyler Bolling. Sedlacek received a blue and Bolling received a red. Pierce also sent a junior high quiz bowl team. The competitors were Rebecca Albrecht, Devin Graae, Travis Jensen, and Hannah Whitmore.

Overall the Pierce FFA chapter competed well. “I though LSE’s was a good opportunity for high school students to gain experience in public speaking,” said Abbey Sedlacek.



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