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FFA officers look to ‘Lead Up’ in 2021

COLT Conference 2021. Davis FFA Officers joined several FFA Central District Chapter leaders to learn from State Leadership at this years Chapter Officer Leadership Training in Norman on Sept. 7. Pictured are (from left:) Abby Bell, state FFA reporter from Bristow, Connor Mohr, Davis FFA president; and Kade McGowen, central area vice-president from Maysville. Second row: Jaysen Welty, vice-president and Houston Dixon-Phillips, sentinel. Third row: Elisabeth Adams, reporter; Logan Boley, secretary; Kavan Bolding, Treasurer; and Branden Sapp, Advisor.

Officers of the Davis FFA Chapter participated in the 2021 Oklahoma FFA Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference Sept. 7 at the Embassy Suites in Norman.
The eight state FFA officers planned and conducted this year’s conference based on the theme, “Lead Up.” Elected officers from each of the 68 high school FFA chapters in Central area attended the conference, which equipped each student with leadership tools that focused on specific officer duties and leading when one is unsure what to do.
Rhett Laubach, Edmond, was the keynote speaker for the conference. He is an accomplished professional speaker, leadership coach and served as the state FFA president in 1992-93.
“Oklahoma FFA is such an incredible organization because of the natural leadership that is found in our membership,” said Dalton Rogers, state FFA president. “As an association, we want to make sure those officers elected to serve on the local level are prepared to “Lead Up” within their chapters. Expressing to the best of their abilities the leadership that our association is known for.”
Officers attending from the Davis chapter were: Connor Mohr, president; Jaysen Welty, vice president; Logan Boley, secretary; Kavan Bolding, treasurer; Elisabeth Adams, reporter; Houston Dixon-Phillps, Sentinel and Brandon Sapp, advisor.
COLT Conference is sponsored by Public Service Company of Oklahoma as a special project of the Oklahoma FFA Foundation. FFA is an integral part of the agricultural education division of the Oklahoma Department of CareerTech Educaion. There are 24,269 Oklahoma FFA members in 365 high schools statewide. For more information visit

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