Seniors Jennifer Waits and Daniel Nowland were crowned the 2011 Chillicothe Barnwarming King and Queen

On Saturday November 5, 2011 the Chillicothe FFA held its annual Barnwarming festivities.  These festivities included a dance, games, a hay tunnel, and the coronation ceremony.  This year’s 2011 Barnwarming King and Queen are Daniel Nowland and Jennifer Waits.  The Seniors Class, candidates – Jennifer Waits (daughter of Jim and Kathy Waits) and Daniel Nowland (son of David and Nancy Nowland) raised $14,765.50 with an average of $320.99/person; Sophomores, Brittany Stanfield (daughter of Larry and Jodi Stanfield) and Matt Dupy (son of Todd and Dawn Dupy) raised $6,774.50 with and average of $111.06/person; Juniors, Leslee Moore (daughter of Tammy Moore and Lee Mehrhoff) and Colten Berry (son of David and Kristy Berry) raised $3,599.00 with and average of $92.28/person; and the Freshman, Jozie Reeter (daughter of Brent and Rhonda Reeter) and Colby Ruoff (son of Chris and Brenda Ruoff) raised $4,119.04 with and average of $89.54/person.    The chapter raised $29,258.04 this year for the chapters operations that average out to $147.00/member.  We would like to thank all the member of the community for the long time support of our organization.

Story Provided by Chillicothe FFA

Click to hear KMZU’s Janet Adkison talk about the contest with the new Queen and King.

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