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Coosa County FFA Announces 2020-2021 Officers
The Coosa County FFA slate of chapter officers were recently elected for the upcoming school year. These students will represent Coosa County as they attend FFA & other agricultural events across the state. Congratulations to the following students who were chosen to represent the Coosa County FFA chapter for the 2020-2021 year:
President: JR Chapman
Vice President: Clay Calfee
Secretary: Angela Taylor
Treasurer: Mariah Gilbert
Reporter: Lovin Cryer
Sentinel: Brooklyn Self