Edon FFA Officer Books Receive State Gold Rating | local farm

EDON — Each year, FFA chapter secretaries, treasurers and reporters take on the challenge of filling the officers’ books for the competition.

The secretary’s book includes meeting agendas, minutes, committee reports, and all chapter correspondence. This person is also responsible for maintaining membership records and participation in activities. Edon FFA Secretary Carlie Kiess earned a gold rating on her state-level book and placed third in the district.

The Chapter Treasurer is responsible for receiving, recording and depositing FFA funds and collecting dues. They also issue receipts and maintain accurate accounting records. Treasurer of Edon FFA, Olivia Mitchell earned a gold rating on her state-level book.

Chapter reporters are responsible for compiling the chapter album, publishing a chapter newsletter or website, and sending news articles to local newspapers. They also serve as the chapter’s photographer and keep records of the chapter’s history. Edon FFA Reporter, Kerrin Towers, earned a gold rating on his state-level album.

Kiess, Mitchell and Towers will be recognized at the Ohio FFA convention in May for their achievements.

Colin L. Johnson