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Officer Retreat

  On Thursday, July 9th the Crestview FFA Officer Team got together and went to Mohican for a canoe trip. There were two officers in each canoe and they traveled the river for about two hours. The Officers who went consisted of Elly Motter, Leo Ringler, Destiny LaFever, Emily Fry, Allene Watson, Sierra Schaffer, Sierra May, and Savannah Stuart.

               Crestview FFA Officer Retreat
        The Crestview FFA Officer team spent June 29th-July 1st at the Adventure Center of FFA Camp Muskingum on their officer retreat. The officers were responsible for developing the chapter's Program of Activities (POA) and discussing ways to improve the chapter as an officer team. The POA is made up of measurable goals and plans for each activity that will be held during the upcoming year, each activity being categorized in the area of either Student, Chapter, or Community Developement. After discussing the past years activities, new activities have been added to the POA to better the chapter. Although most of the time at officer retreat was spent working as a team to complete the chapter's POA, there was also time to go paint balling and kayaking, allowing the officers to create a further bond for the upcoming year of working together. The hardwork and dedication of the officers at this years officer retreat ensures that the chapter will be at its best for the upcoming y
               Crestview FFA Officer Retreat
        The Crestview FFA Officer team spent June 29th-July 1st at the Adventure Center of FFA Camp Muskingum on their officer retreat. The officers were responsible for developing the chapter's Program of Activities (POA) and discussing ways to improve the chapter as an officer team. The POA is made up of measurable goals and plans for each activity that will be held during the upcoming year, each activity being categorized in the area of either Student, Chapter, or Community Developement. After discussing the past years activities, new activities have been added to the POA to better the chapter. Although most of the time at officer retreat was spent working as a team to complete the chapter's POA, there was also time to go paint balling and kayaking, allowing the officers to create a further bond for the upcoming year of working together. The hardwork and dedication of the officers at this years officer retreat ensures that the chapter will be at its best for the upcoming y
               Crestview FFA Officer Retreat
        The Crestview FFA Officer team spent June 29th-July 1st at the Adventure Center of FFA Camp Muskingum on their officer retreat. The officers were responsible for developing the chapter's Program of Activities (POA) and discussing ways to improve the chapter as an officer team. The POA is made up of measurable goals and plans for each activity that will be held during the upcoming year, each activity being categorized in the area of either Student, Chapter, or Community Developement. After discussing the past years activities, new activities have been added to the POA to better the chapter. Although most of the time at officer retreat was spent working as a team to complete the chapter's POA, there was also time to go paint balling and kayaking, allowing the officers to create a further bond for the upcoming year of working together. The hardwork and dedication of the officers at this years officer retreat ensures that the chapter will be at its best for the upcoming y
               Crestview FFA Officer Retreat
        The Crestview FFA Officer team spent June 29th-July 1st at the Adventure Center of FFA Camp Muskingum on their officer retreat. The officers were responsible for developing the chapter's Program of Activities (POA) and discussing ways to improve the chapter as an officer team. The POA is made up of measurable goals and plans for each activity that will be held during the upcoming year, each activity being categorized in the area of either Student, Chapter, or Community Developement. After discussing the past years activities, new activities have been added to the POA to better the chapter. Although most of the time at officer retreat was spent working as a team to complete the chapter's POA, there was also time to go paint balling and kayaking, allowing the officers to create a further bond for the upcoming year of working together. The hardwork and dedication of the officers at this years officer retreat ensures that the chapter will be at its best for the upcoming y
 

 

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