UT Martin FFA Chapter claims top chapter award
Posted: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 8:02 pm
The University of Tennessee at Martin Collegiate FFA chapter was named top collegiate chapter in the state for the seventh consecutive year at the recent Tennessee FFA Alumni State Convention at Montgomery Bell State Park.
UT Martin competition winners were: Chris Martin, of Lincoln County, prepared speaking; Neil Bringle, of Munford, extemporaneous speaking; Jeremy Fair, of Dyer County, agricultural production; Kris Newsom, Friendship, agricultural professions; Peyton Harper, Lebanon, agricultural business; and Laura Campbell, Spring Hill, agricultural education. The chapter also won first place in chapter scrapbook.
Bringle and Serena Flowers, of Jackson, each received a $500 academic scholarship.
Dr. James N. Butler, professor of agricultural education, is UT Martin Collegiate FFA adviser.