Greeting FFA Members! As the current president of the Lincoln FFA, I strive to lead my chapter into new opportunities to find the same love of service I have found in my agricultural career.
I feel privileged to be able to serve alongside some of the most passionate, driven, and enthusiastic members I have ever met! As we enter into the 2016 year, it becomes more and more evident of how our members are transforming into strong leaders. Their passion towards this organization is my strongest motivation to overcome many obstacles.
With a chapter meeting once every month, several appearances, and community service events, our members work tremendously hard alongside of the officer team, to make sure each event goes off with a bang! The team and I are truly thankful for our members, parents, advisors and sponsors who help make each event possible!
Meet the 2016-2017 Officer Team
My name is Emily Sampson and I will be serving as your 2017-18 Chapter President! I raise market turkeys, a market steer, and laying hens. I also have a proficiency in the category of Outdoor Recreation where I teach people to waterski, and a mechanics project working on various vehicles. I compete in job interview and parliamentary procedure. In my free time I dabble in photography, am a dancer, and love helping others. I am looking forward to serving this next year as your chapter president!
My name is Eddie Scheiber and I will be serving as your Vice President this year! I raise market steers as well as chickens. I also have proficiencies in landscape management maintaining my neighbors property as well as wildlife management maintaining wood duck boxes. I compete in parliamentary procedure and will start competing in livestock judging this year. In my free time, I work on my families ranch and enjoy driving my big green tractor. I can’t wait to serve as the 2017-2018 Chapter Vice President!
My name is Cierra Lee and I will be serving as your Secretary this year! I raise market turkeys, replacement heifers, and soon to be swine. I also have a proficiency in the category of floriculture where I intern at a floral shop as well. In my free time I enjoy shooting trap & sporting clays for the LHS shooting team & I love to read, draw, & write. I am excited to be serving this next year as your chapter Secretary!
My name is Mason Scott and I will be serving as your Chapter Treasurer this year! I raise market lambs for both placer and gold country fair’s, my passion is welding and anything to do with the FFA, and i have earned my stated degree. Outside of the FFA I love to spend my time fishing, playing football, and running track. I am so fortunate to be serving this chapter with all of these amazing officers right by my side, and I know that we will have an amazing and memorable year.
My name is Peyton Wheeler and I will be serving as your Chapter Sentinal this year! My SAE’s are riding and training horses, and raising market lambs and steers. I am an ambassador for the Placer Nevada Cattlewomen’s Assoc. as well as a sheep species leader. I have competed with Vet Science, horse and livestock judging, and Extemporaneous public speaking. Outside of FFA I enjoy training show jumpers and practice my mechanics skills on my truck. I am proud to serve as your 2017-18 Sentinel!
My name is Leslie Vite and I will be serving as your Chapter Reporter! I raise goats and market turkeys. I have a home and community development SAE, where I have volunteered over 300 hours in my local food bank, dog shelter and the OLE program. I organized a garden class at the Sheridan Elementary School where I found my passion in agricultural education. I am currently working on a #PayItForward project to expose members to gift of giving and a recruitment project in hopes of expanding our chapter and FFA involvement. I am super excited to have the opportunity of serving as your 2017-2018 Lincoln FFA Reporter.
Hi my name is Ashlyn Egan and I am serving as the 2017-18 Lincoln FFA Chapter Historian This year I am a Sophomore at Lincoln High School. Outside of school I like to run cross country, play basketball, stress about my grades, and raise market goats. This past year I had the wonderful opportunity to raise a goat for fair, and I‘m very proud of what came of my experience! This is my 2nd year in FFA and I’m very excited for the years to come. I love the speaking contests, and the CDE opportunities that I am presented with. After high school I hope to become a veterinarian. I’ve always had a love for animals and I want to share my love with other people, and help take care of amazing animals.
My name is Presley Wheeler and I will be serving as your Student Advisor this year! My SAE’s include market steers and lambs, training horses, and ag mechanics. I have been on Vet Science, Horse Judging, and currently the Livestock judging teams. I have also competed in Extemporaneous speaking, Opening/Closing Ceremonies. This past year I earned my state degree and served as your Awards & Applications Committee Chair and a Sheep species leader. Outside of FFA I am a competitive show jumper and enjoy the outdoors and trying new things. Thank you for the opportunity to serve as your Chapter Student Advisor this next year!