MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - Logan Wells of Monroe is the new president of the Wisconsin FFA, and the Waupaca FFA is the state’s top overall chapter for the last school year.
Both honors were presented Thursday, during the final day of the 84th state FFA convention in Madison.
Membership is at a 29-year high for Wisconsin’s largest agricultural education group. Wells says he wants to make it 30. He was a state vice president during the past year.
Besides being named the top overall chapter, Waupaca received two other awards for student and community development. The Walworth Big Foot FFA was honored for its chapter development.
As president, Wells will work with a 10-member statewide leadership team. They are Connor Anderson of Clear Lake, Tom Olson of Menomonie, Emma Heser of Tomah, Alison Wedig of Darlington, Jon Jennings of Milton, Alexandra Klapoetke of Westfield, Jenessa Friedhof of Colby, Reba McClone of Bonduel, Justin Schwahn of Reedsville, and Kaitlyn Freeman of Fort Atkinson.