Napoleon FFA Named District 6 Chapter Of The Day
Seventeen members of the Napoleon FFA Chapter, along with advisor Mr. Brian Schneider, traveled to Tappen on Thursday, October 7th for the District 6 Leadership Conference where the students competed in various leadership activities. Mary Schneider attended as a judge for the district contest.
The main event of the day is the parliamentary procedure contest; where the officers are given a parliamentary procedure problem involving numerous abilities and they must perform them following Robert’s Rules of Order and the FFA contest rules.
The Napoleon team consists of Payton Feist, president; McKenzie Haas, vice-president; Alyssa Young, secretary; Teagan Erbele, treasurer; Karissa Mann, reporter; Trenton Erbele, sentinel; Jazlyn Weigel, parliamentarian; Ava Moser, historian; and Anthony Horner, chaplin. The officer team placed first overall and will be advancing to the state finals currently scheduled to be held in Bismarck on Monday, November 22nd to compete against the other seven district winners and eight district runners-up, at which time a state winner will be declared.
The officers were also scored individually and received awards. The officers and their awards were as follows: Payton Feist, gold rating, President of the Day; McKenzie Haas, gold rating, Vice President of the Day; Alyssa Young, gold rating, Secretary of the Day; Teagan Erbele, gold rating, Treasurer of the Day; Karissa Mann, gold rating, Reporter of the Day; and Trenton Erbele, gold rating, Sentinel of the Day.
Jada Schwartzenberger represented the Napoleon Chapter in the creed contest where she was named the district runner-up. This qualifies Jada for the state finals in November for her chance to be named the State Creed speaking champion. The creed contest is an FFA tradition for first year members.
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