Advocacy - Mariana Vela, Kaitlyn Kennedy, Taylor Dodson, Shalin Simmons, Megan Harris and Emilee Florance placed first in the agricultural advocacy
Advocacy - Mariana Vela, Kaitlyn Kennedy, Taylor Dodson, Shalin Simmons, Megan Harris and Emilee Florance placed first in the agricultural advocacy competition Monday, Nov. 11 at the Oil Belt District Career Leadership Development Events. Jr. Chap - Shayleigh Preston, Kamlynn Thomas, Tyler Harmonson, Hunger hackley, Landon Lewis, Cason Hull and hanah Herd placed first in the junior chapter conduction competion. PR - Jack Lamberson, Bailey Harmonson, Raney Overton and Cayley Strickland placed first in the public relations competion. radio -Macy thomas, Tori Ayedlott, Cassidy Clayton and Taylor Dodson placed first in the radio broadcasting competition. Spanish - Vanessa Garcie received first place int he Spanish creed contest. Sr. Skills - Lexi Burnett, Jessica Lamberson and Paige West placed second in the senior skills contest. sr. chap - Alexis Easley, Cayley Strickland, Karson Hood, Katelyn Bailey, Hunter Smith, Johnny Callan and Megan Harris placed second in senior chapter conducting. All teams and students pictured are qualifiers for the Area CLDE contest set for Saturday, Nov. 21 in Stephenville. (Courtesy photo)
The Jacksboro FFA dominated the Oil Belt District Career Leadership Development Events, Nov. 11 winning the Sweepstakes award which is given to the chapter who accumulates the most points of all chapters competing.

The points are awarded based on the results of each contest. Jacksboro had a successful contest with seven teams advancing to the Area CLDE contest that will be held Saturday in Stephenville.

Read the full article in the Jacksboro Gazette News, Nov. 19