FFA camp offers camaraderie for LHS officers
By James Morrison
Loyalton High School Future Farmers of America officers attended the California Officer Leadership Camp last Thursday and Friday in Shingletown.
Community volunteer Jane Roberti chaperoned the FFA officer team in advisor Cali Griffin’s absence.
FFA president Andrew Kielak said that COLC was a lot of fun and contained activities for the officers to help build their leadership skills as well as help bond the whole officer team together so they could work more efficiently and effectively.
He said that he thinks they brought back a strong sense of leadership. Kielak also commented that the officers will be able to work harder together with a more positive attitude to get their goals accomplished for the year.
Hayden Ketchum said, “We did team building exercises with Chico State University. These activities made our team come together as a whole. “We will be able to work effectively and efficiently with the goals we have set for the year community and our chapter.”
Ketchum also said that she had great fun with her fellow officers and learned a lot. She said she was pretty excited when they almost won the softball tournament–and that she thinks they almost won, because her team was working very well together.