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FFA District LDE’s

December 21, 2020

By: Sydney Reeves

Although things were done a little differently this year, the Leigh FFA Chapter didn’t let that stop them from competing their best at District LDE’s. Due to COVID, District LDE’s were held virtually on December 7th and 14th. The Leigh FFA Chapter had a very successful first year of LDE’s as a Chapter.

Makenna Held, president of Leigh FFA and a junior, as well as a state qualifier said, "District LDE's went very well for our chapter. I know we have quite a few competitors who have advanced to the state competition, and even though it was virtual, we all made the most of it. I was involved in Natural Resource Speaking, and I learned a lot of new things about my topic, which was solar and wind energy. I'm excited to move onto the next round in April, and I can't wait to see how our chapter competes at the state level!"

Results from the events are as follows:

Creed Speaking- Taya Hambelton: District 2 Champion and State Qualifier, Jordan Noonan: Blue

Natural Resources- Makenna Held: 2nd Purple and State Qualifier

Cooperative Speaking- Natalie Brabec: 3rd Place Blue

Extemp Speaking- Aiden Miller: 2nd Purple and State Qualifier Senior

Public Speaking- Alissa Kasik: Blue, Audie Tejkl: Blue Junior

Public Speaking- Sydney Reeves: 4th Place Purple Senior

Parli Pro- Dalton Zulkoski, Mason Whitmore, Dylan Brabec, Jackson Mullenhoff, Korbee Wendt, Sydney Reeves: Blue

Ag Demonstration- Leigh 1- Maddie Noonan, Layne Krutz, Justine Thompson: Red, Leigh 2- Kanyon Held, Zane Williams, Jacob Eisenmann, Logan Schroeder, Trevor Zulkoski: Red

Ag Literacy Speaking- Nevaeh Zulkoski: Blue, Kammy Held: Blue

Discovery Speaking- Brianne Kuhr: 4th Place Purple, Luke Eisenmann: Red

Good job to the Leigh FFA competitors and good luck to Taya, Makenna, and Aiden at state!

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