Congratulations to McKenzie Bell for becoming a Lake Cumberland Regional FFA Officer (Sentinel). Also, special thanks to Kenzie Crabtree and Madison Butler for serving as voting delegates for the local FFA Chapter.Other honorable mentions included: Secretary's Book - Superior - Kenzie Crabtree, Treasurer's Book - Superior - Myles Gregory, and Scrapbook - Superior - McKenzie Bell.
"Being a FFA Lake Cumberland Regional Officer is a very high honor," said Senior McKenzie Bell, the daughter of Adrian and Elaine Bell. "We have been selected to represent not only our counties, but also our region as a whole. We are stationed by our positions in order to help promote Agriculture and lead our region into being the best it can be. Our goals are to represent and assist the region to the best of our abilities and help inspire others to pursue and learn about their abilities in agriculture."
Bell added, "Throughout my FFA career, I hope to inspire others to realize that agriculture is changing and improving in so many ways, and without it, we would not be able to survive. Agriculture is the backbone of America," claimed Bell.
Bell is well acquainted with agriculture, having grown up on a local beef cattle farm which has impacted her life in the best way. "Agriculture has always been a passion of mine and helping others grow in their agriculture experience has always interested me," said Bell.
Bell plans on majoring in Agriculture Biotechnology and becoming a veterinarian. Her current pathways at Wayne County High School include animal science and health science. She is involved in FFA, HOSA, 4H, Wayne County Girls Tennis, Wayne County Varsity Dance Team, and FCA. Her current GPA is 4.4 and she is Career Ready in Animal Science and Health Science, as well as College Ready.
Lake Cumberland Regional Officers for 2019-20 school year
(l-r back row:) McKenzie Bell (Wayne County), Elizabeth Jones (Russell County), Ty Cheatham (Adair County),
(l-r front row:) Lindsey Phillips (LIncoln County), Lauren Riley (Cumberland County), Anna Jones (Casey County)
(l-r): Kenzie Crabtree, McKenzie Bell, Madison Butler
McKenzie Bell became a Lake Cumberland Regional FFA Officer