Crothersville FFA gathers for annual awards banquet


Staff Reports


Crothersville FFA conducted its awards banquet Sunday in the school cafetorium.

The annual banquet normally is scheduled for early April, but it was moved due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sunday’s banquet was limited to 50 guests.

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A Christmas theme was followed for the evening, and the limited number of guests enjoyed sandwiches, chips and cookies.

Gary Darlage was named the chapter’s VIP Award winner, and FFA adviser Linda Myers and some of the FFA members presented his award during Saturday’s grand opening of the new location of his business, Darlage Custom Meats in Seymour. That day, the FFA fried pork burgers outside the store.

Those receiving awards during the banquet were:

Kaylee Caudill: Most improved high school member and leadership contest award

Rebekah Cook: DeKalb senior award, 12th grade points award and leadership contest award

Leah Caudill: Honorary Chapter Degree

Jerrica Barron: 11th grade points award and leadership contest

Karley Gillis: Up and Coming STAR and leadership contest

Kaylyn Holman: Leadership contest

Zoe Spangler: Leadership contest

Kennadi Lakins: 10th grade points award and leadership contest

Ella Plasse: 10th grade points award and leadership contest

Jimmy Maxie: Honorary Chapter Degree

Logan Isenhower: Honorary Chapter Degree

Grace Smith: Sixth grade points winner

Blake Robinson: Seventh grade points winner

Brayden Crater: Eighth grade points winner

Elijah Plasse: STAR Discovery award

Addison Davis: Most improved junior high member

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