Aurora FFA Wins Top Chapter Award; New President From Columbia FFA

A chapter from Southwest Missouri received the highest marks from among the state’s 356 FFA Chapters, while the next president of Missouri FFA didn’t have to travel far to convention.  Regional Radio’s Kyle Hill has this report from the 95th Missouri FFA Convention in Columbia.

Kyle’s reports from the convention continue Friday.


Gold Emblem Chapters and Placement
1st – Aurora
2nd – Ashland (Southern Boone)
          Model of Innovation: Growing Leaders
3rd – Carthage
4th – Trenton
5th – Centralia
6th – Audrain County (Community) R-VI
7th – Mount Vernon
8th – Sweet Springs
9th – Boonville
10th – Galena
11th – Eldon
12th – Slater
13th – California
14th – Madison
15th – Chillicothe
16th – Troy
17th – Paris
           Model of Innovation: Strengthening Agriculture and Building Communities
18th – Bowling Green
19th – Union
20th – Marshall
21st – Brunswick
22nd – West Plains
23rd – Neosho
24th – Columbia
25th – Van-Far
26th – Seneca
27th – Brookfield
28th – Farmington
29th – Carrollton ACC
30th – Russellville
31st – Rich Hill
32nd – Pettis County (Northwest) R-V
33rd – Elsberry
34th – Blue Springs
35th – El Dorado Springs
36th – Mexico

Silver Emblem Chapters
Climax Springs
Monroe City
St James

Bronze Emblem Chapters
La Monte
Montgomery County
Santa Fe
South Callaway

2023-24 Missouri FFA State Officer Team
President: Sam Tummons, Columbia
First VP: Owen Neely, Lockwood
Secretary: Karson Calvin, Troy
State Vice Presidents:
Lynn Dyer, Higginsville
Noah Graham, Clearwater
Isabella Hamner, Camdenton
Wyatt Hendley, Bloomfield
Jaden Kultgen, Mount Vernon
Kiley Mattson, Stanberry
Colin McIntyre, Belton
Kelsey Miller, Warrenton
Caleb Simpson, Bolivar
Maggie Stark, Adrian
Gabriel Todd, Norwood
Claire Walker, Chillicothe
Lilly Weber, Lamar