Versailles FFA members attend Darke County Farm Bureau Banquet


Versailles FFA members who attended the Darke County Farm Bureau Banquet included (front row, l-r) Dawson Petitjean Cress, Cory Timmerman, Courtney Batten, Abby Petitjean, (back row, l-r) Farm Bureau President Matt Aultman, Marcus Berger, Jacob Wuebker and Laura Wuebker.

Versailles FFA members who attended the Darke County Farm Bureau Banquet included (front row, l-r) Dawson Petitjean Cress, Cory Timmerman, Courtney Batten, Abby Petitjean, (back row, l-r) Farm Bureau President Matt Aultman, Marcus Berger, Jacob Wuebker and Laura Wuebker.


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GREENVILLE – Members of the Versailles FFA traveled to Greenville on Sept. 6 to attend the Darke County Farm Bureau Banquet.

While in attendance, the members had the opportunity to learn more about what the Farm Bureau does, opportunities for members within the bureau and had the chance to enter their names into the door prize.

Members also were able to listen to the county bureau’s financial records from the past year and new and old business that the bureau plans to do in this coming year.

Versailles’ FFA members also listened to a speech from Gabrielle Enright, a news anchor on News Center 7, and heard remarks from the Darke County Farm Bureau President Matt Aultman.

Versailles FFA members who attended included Jacob Wuebker, Laura Wuebker, Cory Timmerman, Courtney Batten, Marcus Berger, Abby Petitjean and Dawson Petitjean Cress.

Versailles FFA members who attended the Darke County Farm Bureau Banquet included (front row, l-r) Dawson Petitjean Cress, Cory Timmerman, Courtney Batten, Abby Petitjean, (back row, l-r) Farm Bureau President Matt Aultman, Marcus Berger, Jacob Wuebker and Laura Wuebker.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/web1_Farm-Bureau-Banquet-WEB.jpgVersailles FFA members who attended the Darke County Farm Bureau Banquet included (front row, l-r) Dawson Petitjean Cress, Cory Timmerman, Courtney Batten, Abby Petitjean, (back row, l-r) Farm Bureau President Matt Aultman, Marcus Berger, Jacob Wuebker and Laura Wuebker. Courtesy photo