2011-01-20 / Local & State

McCbg. FFA Members Receive Keystone Degrees


State FFA treasurer and Warfordsburg resident Howard Poole, second from right, is pictured with MHS Keystone Degree recipients, from left: Conrad Glazier, Shawn Keebaugh and Paul Hock IV at the FFA midwinter convention in Harrisburg. State FFA treasurer and Warfordsburg resident Howard Poole, second from right, is pictured with MHS Keystone Degree recipients, from left: Conrad Glazier, Shawn Keebaugh and Paul Hock IV at the FFA midwinter convention in Harrisburg. McConnellsburg FFA members Conrad Glazier, Paul Hock IV and Shawn Keebaugh received their Keystone FFA degrees last Monday at FFA’s midwinter convention during the Pennsylvania Farm Show. They were among the 265 FFA members throughout the state who received Pennsylvania FFA’s highest award this year.

Conrad, Paul and Shawn have worked for the past three years keeping records regarding their expenses, income and skills they learned at their places of employment. The Keystone degree is awarded to those FFA members who have earned $1,000 through their SAE’s or have worked more than 300 unpaid hours.

Paul, Shawn and Conrad are the first members in the McConnellsburg FFA Chapter to receive this award in many years. McConnellsburg FFA members are very proud of them, and the chapter looks forward to helping them receive their American Degree in the next couple of years.

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