Six Penn Manor High School students recently received their FFA Keystone Degrees during a ceremony at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Of nearly 7,000 Pennsylvania FFA members, only 3 to 4 percent each year qualify for a Keystone Degree. The honor is offered to high school seniors or graduates who have demonstrated leadership abilities and worked at least 300 hours in a supervised agricultural experience program and/or earned or productively invested at least $1,000.
The six Penn Manor students all are members of Manor FFA. They are:
- Kate Campion, daughter of Anne and Mike Campion of Lancaster.
- Stephanie Dengler, daughter of Jodie Dengler of Willow Street.
- Logan Pickle, son of Jeff and Mary Pickle of Conestoga.
- Cody Martin, son of Kevin and Chris Martin of Lancaster.
- Wayne Rineer, son of Barry and Carol Rineer of Holtwood.
- Shyanne Murray, daughter of Jane Way of Lancaster.
Congratulations, students, on earning this distinguished honor.