CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- A Chambersburg High FFA team took first place at the Pennsylvania State FFA contest June 9 and 10.
The Agriculture Salesmanship Career Development team placed first in the state. Members of the team were Branton Moore, who placed second; Cassi Foster, who placed third; Josh Funk, who placed fifth; Heather Hartman, who placed eighth; and Mikayla Moore, who placed 12th.
The team will travel to Indianapolis for the National FFA Conference.
The contest consisted of a 25-question multiple-choice test on agricultural sales, an interactive sales presentation on a student-selected product to sell, a sales practicum situation of customer relations and a team presentation on marketing.
In the Aquatic Resource Career Development event, the following individuals placed: Natalie Byers, placed first; Rhonda Rice, placed second; Garrett Bumbaugh, placed 13th; and Kyle Grove placed 18th. The team members had to take a written 50-question test on aquatics, identification of 60 aquatic species, insects and plants.