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West Carroll FFA Parliamentary Team wins state title

West Carroll FFA's Code of Conduct Parliamentary Procedure team won the state championship June 13 in Springfield. Members are (from left) Olivia Charles, secretary; Gabe Thomas-Smith, adviser; Lakin Getz, president; Julian Ortiz; Jacob McLuckie, vice president; Sophia Guenzler, reporter; and Tom Falk, treasurer. The team members each took a 25-question, multiple choice test on parliamentary procedure, and scored 141 of 150 points. They then conducted a 13-minute meeting, using randomly assigned parliamentary motions.  After the presentation, each member had to answer two oral questions from the judges about their assigned motion. The team finished the year undefeated through the section, district, and state competitions. Photo submitted by Don Mathey.
West Carroll FFA's Code of Conduct Parliamentary Procedure team won the state championship June 13 in Springfield. Members are (from left) Olivia Charles, secretary; Gabe Thomas-Smith, adviser; Lakin Getz, president; Julian Ortiz; Jacob McLuckie, vice president; Sophia Guenzler, reporter; and Tom Falk, treasurer. The team members each took a 25-question, multiple choice test on parliamentary procedure, and scored 141 of 150 points. They then conducted a 13-minute meeting, using randomly assigned parliamentary motions.  After the presentation, each member had to answer two oral questions from the judges about their assigned motion. The team finished the year undefeated through the section, district, and state competitions. Photo submitted by Don Mathey.

West Carroll FFA's Code of Conduct Parliamentary Procedure team won the state championship June 13 in Springfield. Members are (from left) Olivia Charles, secretary; Gabe Thomas-Smith, adviser; Lakin Getz, president; Julian Ortiz; Jacob McLuckie, vice president; Sophia Guenzler, reporter; and Tom Falk, treasurer. The team members each took a 25-question, multiple choice test on parliamentary procedure, and scored 141 of 150 points. They then conducted a 13-minute meeting, using randomly assigned parliamentary motions.  After the presentation, each member had to answer two oral questions from the judges about their assigned motion. The team finished the year undefeated through the section, district, and state competitions. Photo submitted by Don Mathey.

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