Friday, June 1, 2012

Chapman FFA wins Triple Crown, state’s top honor

The Chapman FFA Chapter received the prestigious Triple Crown award on Friday, June 1st at the final session of the 84th Kansas FFA Convention on the Kansas State University campus.

The Triple Crown award is given to the FFA chapter that performs the best in the National Chapter Award program, which recognizes chapters that actively implement the mission and strategies of the organization in three separate divisions: Student Development, Chapter Development and Community Development. Awards are given in each of these three areas in the divisions of bronze, silver and gold. Chapters in the gold division qualify as finalists for the Triple Crown

Chapman FFA will receive $300 and the Garlow Memorial Trophy, which is sponsored by the Bill Garlow Family in memory of past Kansas FFA officer Bob Garlow.

Runners-up were as follows: Wilson, second; Arkansas City FFA third; Riverton FFA, fourth; and Hiawatha FFA, fifth.

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