On Friday, October 29th a group of FFA members went to the Cashton Elementary school to teach the elementary students how to have a safe Halloween. The students watched a presentation, and then did a fun activity with the members. Everyone had a good time and learned a lot.
West Allis, WIS., August 11-14, 2016 – The Wisconsin State FFA Band and Choir preformed at the 165th Wisconsin State Fair. Two Cashton FFA members preformed in these groups; Taylor Hanley was apart of the Choir, and Angela Klinkner was in the Band. They preformed various genres of songs in different places around the fair grounds. They made new friends and had so much fun. If you would like to learn more about the State FFA Choir or Band please contact us or go to http://www.wisconsinffa.org/programs/.
Izzy Mason and Annie Schrier attending a workshop.
Josh carrying the Cashton FFA flag during opening session.
Taylor sings in the FFA Choir
Angela plays in the FFA band.
Angela receives her 3-star Leader Award.
Alex, Josh, and Ryan received their state degrees.
Alex was awarded the 3rd place gold swine proficiency.
Angela and Taylor shared their musical abilities in the State Band and Choir.
Cashton FFA members that attended the Convention.
High School FFA members.
All smiles after the State Degree cerimony.
Middle school members are raring to go.
The Soils Judging State Champions.
Ryan Osuski getting his State Degree.
Alex recieving his State Degree.
The soils judging team was recognized for placing 1st in the state.
Rebecca representing the Cashton FFA for National Chapter Award.
On June 13th, 2016, 13 members of the Cashton FFA Chapter traveled to the Wisconsin State FFA Convention. The members were awarded and participated in many things. Alex Hurtz was awarded a 3rd gold swine proficiency. He, Josh Korn, and Ryan Osuski all received their State Degrees. Sierra Hanley, Nick Gronemus, Josh Korn, and Alex Hurtz were all recognized for placing 1st in the Soils Judging competition. Rebecca Gronemus represented the chapter by going on stage to receive a Silver rating in the National Chapter competition. Angela Klinkner was the recipient of the Three Star Leader Award for her assistance in the chapter’s activities in the National Chapter Competition. Josh Korn had the honor of carrying the chapter’s FFA flag in the opening ceremonies of the convention. Sierra Hanley and Nick Gronemus served as the 2016 delegates of the chapter. Taylor Hanley and Angela Klinkner were able to share their musical abilities, as they participated in the FFA State Honors Chorus and Band. Finaly, the middle school members attended many workshops and had a fun time, enjoying their first State FFA Convention. Overall, the Cashton FFA Chapter was very successful at the 2016 Wisconsin State FFA Convention.
The officer team gathered around the bonfire on Wednesday, September 2nd to start officer training. We had a good time playing games, roasting marshmallows and hot dogs over the fire, and singing camp songs.
On Wednesday, June 25th, the FFA took members of the community on a trip the the Brewer Game against the Washington Nationals. We had about 50 people go on this fun trip where we tailgated in the parking lot and watched the Brewers win the game!
Avrie, Rebecca, Angela, Nick, and Mark ready for the game inside the glove!
Beautiful day and beautiful win by the Brewers!
Watching the Brewer Game!
Some of the people who attended getting ready to watch the Brewers!
Avrie, Rebecca, and Angela pose in the giant baseball glove!
Rachel is ready to watch the Brewers!
Working hard at the grill!
Mark, Nick, and others grilled the brats and hamburgers.
On Tuesday, June 24th, the officer team met up and had a quick meeting in the Ag room. We discussed upcoming events and planned everything our for the next couple weeks. We then headed to Nordic Lanes in Westby and went bowling.
Getting the lanes ready!
Nick and his “unique” way of bowling.
The “New Officers” and their awesome nicknames.
The “Returning Officers” and Mr. King’s lane.
Angela and Rebecca having a great time!
Mr. King whipping the ball down the lane!
Mark may have been having too much fun and got his ball stuck in the gutter.