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Eaton FFA Officer Team


Lily Bertholf, Chapter President

  District 6 Advisor

Class of 2024

Once I graduate high school I would like to attend Texas A&M University and earn a degree in food science and work in food biology and research. Outside of FFA, I am currently the Tarrant County Texas Teen Miss United States Agriculture. I enjoy giving my time to help my community through volunteer work and spending time with my devotional and bible. In FFA, I am going into my second year of FFA and Ag classes. I have taken Floral Design and Horticulture and plan to continue moving forward in this pathway as well as Livestock. I have found my passion in the Milk Quality CDE and plan to start on the Creed Speaking LDE this year. I also enjoy competing in Speaking Development Events. This will be my first year showing rabbits and I am very excited to start that journey. This year I will also be pursuing the Agriscience fair as well. I am so excited to lead everyone this year! If you have absolutely any questions about opportunities or advancing in your FFA journey please reach out to me and I will do everything I can to get you there!

Kylee Bobbitt, Vice President

Class of 2024

After high school, I want to go to college for floral design and horticulture science or go to a floral design trade school. In the future, I would like to work at a floral shop or maybe even own my own floral business. Other than FFA, I am involved in Destination Imagination and also enjoy hiking. Outside of that you can find me hanging out with my friends or simply listening to music. This is my first year as an FFA Officer but my third year in FFA. In Ag, I have taken Horticulture, Floral Design 1, Livestock Production and I am currently enrolled in Veterinary Medicine, Advanced Animal Science and Floral Design 2. This is my thirst year showing rabbits which is where my FFA life started. I show English Spots and Rex and currently have a total of seven rabbits. This is my first year training a CCI puppy. She is a white female Lab and Golden cross named Gabby. I also compete on the Quiz team LDE and Floriculture CDE team which sparked my passion for floral design and horticulture. I am so excited to be on the Officer team this year and if you ever need anything or have any questions don’t be afraid to ask me!

Brooklyn Stewart, Secretary

Class of 2024

After high school I plan on attending Texas Tech University. I don’t know what I want to major in yet but I have plenty of time to figure it out. Ultimately I would love to do something with Agriculture and I have even thought about being an Ag teacher or an animal nutritionist. When I am not in the ag hall I am running barrels. I have run barrels for almost 10 years! Barrels are my passion and I don’t know where I would be without it. I am also a student athletic trainer for the school. With this opportunity I have learned many skills like identifying concussions, wrapping wounds, and taping wrists just to name a few. I can use these skills even in FFA, not just on the court or on the field, when you are working with animals or raw materials you never know what can happen. This year will be my first year as an FFA officer and I have loved every minute of it so far. Although this is not my first year in FFA. My freshman year I started by showing rabbits. Last year I competed on the Rabbit show team, and Horse Judging CDE team where we made it to state. This next year I plan on showing hogs, competing in the Job Interview LDE, and to compete on the Horse Judging team where I plan on placing top 10 at state! I am ecstatic to be serving as your secretary for this next school year! I cannot wait to see all the new and old members find their own place in this family just as I have.

Parker Young, Treasurer

Class of 2023

After high school I plan on going to a trade school to study welding or join the union. My end goal is to be a pipeline welder or work for a custom fabrication shop. Besides FFA, I do a lot outside of school. This will be my 2nd year on the clay shooting team at the school. On the weekends, I like to hunt and go fishing on the lake. I like to stay busy so if I am not with my friends then I will be working. I love to weld and do electrical work as well so I help around the house with those when they are needed. This will be my 4th year in FFA and my first year as a chapter officer. I have taken many of the agriculture classes offered such as Principle of Ag, Agriculture Mechanics, Agriculture Fabrication and Design. This year I will be taking shop Practicum, Advanced Animal Science and Livestock Production. Last year was a busy year as I attended countless FFA events and meetings, built a trailer, and participated on the Wildlife, Applied Ag Engineering, and the state qualifying Horse Judging CDE team. I am excited to see what this officer team has to bring to the table this year and all the accomplishments we will make.

Star Libran, Reporter

Class of 2023

Hello! My name is Star Libran and I’m the Reporter for the 2022-2023 Officer team! I’m currently 16 years old and turn 17 in the fall. After high school, I plan on attending either LSU, Texas A&M, or Texas Tech (I haven’t decided yet!) and major in animal sciences. After my undergrad program I plan to go on to pursue my Degree of Veterinary Medicine to become a Vet! When I’m not doing something for FFA (which is rare), I love to volunteer at my nearest animal shelter and spend lots of time outside of the house. My favorite part of volunteering is being able to give the animals a piece of love that they probably haven’t gotten in a really long time. This has helped me with day to day life lessons as well as in FFA. It’s easy for me to be able to make lifelong connections with people who have similar or exact same minds as I do. While I’ve been interested in veterinary practices for the past 10 years, I’ve gained an insane amount of knowledge and experience just in the past two years, going into my third. This year will be my first year as an FFA Officer and I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of a well-mannered team. To be a part of something as meaningful as FFA means so much more than most people think. This year I plan on taking Advanced Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine. I showed a rabbit my Freshman year and wish I continued. I know FFA will take me, and everyone else who is willing to do the work, far into the future of agriculture. I’m thrilled and ready to be dedicated to be the reporter for this team and amazing organization!

Dalton Fanning, Sentinel

  District 6 President

Class of 2023

  After high school I plan on either going to college for an Ag business degree or go to a trade school to study welding. Outside of FFA I stay very busy. I am on the Eaton fishing team and I love to hunt and fish. I also run a welding and landscaping business. I am very involved in FFA. I am your District 6 President. I am on the Skills Demonstration LDE team as well as the Wildlife and Applied Agricultural Engineering CDE. This past year I won state with my landscape management proficiency. I have taken Principles of Agriculture my freshman year, Ag Mechanics and Horticulture my sophomore year, and Agriculture Fabrication and Design and Livestock Production my junior year. I am looking forward to taking Shop  Practicum and Advanced Animal Science this year. I am super excited to see what this year will entail and cannot wait to serve Eaton FFA and District 6.


Julian Alverson, Student Advisor

Class of 2024

Once I graduate high school I plan on attending TCC for 2 years to get all my basics done. Then after those years I would like to go to Tarleton to study livestock production so that I can base my future career off of that knowledge since I’m not sure what exactly I want to do. When I’m not in the Ag hall I enjoy hanging out with friends and family. I also discovered my love for goat tying. During most of the school year on Friday nights you can find me at the high school rodeo with some of my closest friends.  I discovered my passion for FFA my freshman year. I was not planning on being in Ag at all but at the last second I switched into Principles of Agriculture and that’s when I knew I found my place and what I wanted to do for my high school years. I started showing a rabbit that year and joined the Livestock Judging CDE team. My sophomore year I started showing hogs and now the show ring and barn are my favorite places to be. For my junior year I plan on showing two rabbits and another hog to keep my passion for animals going. This year I decided I wanted to take the extra leap and join the officer team so I can help lead and grow my chapter to be better than it already is.  I am so blessed to be serving as your advisor for this next year! I hope I can help everyone find their place and passion in FFA just like I did and help grow our chapter and Texas Agriculture to better everyone’s future.




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