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HOUSE

RESOLUTION No. ___




Introduced by: Ruppel


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    A HOUSE RESOLUTION honoring Liza Moore, the Indiana Future Farmers of America State Northern Region Vice President.

    Whereas, Liza Moore is the daughter of Stan and Dee Mari Moore;

    Whereas, Liza, along with six other state officers will serve the over 9,000 members in the Indiana FFA Association;

    Whereas, Liza served the Whitko FFA as chapter President and Vice President and also served as District II President and Sentinel;

    Whereas, Liza actively participated in Career Development Events, being a member of two state winning livestock

evaluation teams, including the National Championship team in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania;

    Whereas, Liza was also a member of the 2000 state winning meats evaluation team where in the leadership contest area, she was the state winner in Prepared Public Speaking; Extemporaneous Speaking and Female Leadership Ambassador, as well as the district winner in Horticulture demonstration;

    Whereas, Liza was awarded 2nd place nationally in Extemporaneous Speaking;

    Whereas, Liza has also been presented with several honors including the DeKalb Leadership Award;

    Whereas, Liza's Supervised Agricultural Experience consists of a swine entrepreneurship program developed through her experiences on her family hog farm and showing 4-H livestock;

    Whereas, Liza was a member of numerous school and community activities while in high school, including National Honor Society, Who's Who Among American High School Students, Whitko Art Club and the Kosciusko Youth Leadership Academy; she also held offices ranging from secretary to vice president during her ten years as a member of the Cleveland Southern Showmen 4-H club;

    Whereas, during her year of service, Liza will travel more than 30,000 miles to promote and enhance agriculture education and the FFA and will also meet with government, education, business and agricultural leaders;

    Whereas, Liza, while traveling the state will speak to over 6,000 students as well as many public groups, present 10 workshops and camps, and participate in a statewide business and industry tour meeting with members on the local, state and national levels;

    Whereas, Liza, after completing her term as an officer, plans to attend Purdue University and major in Environmental

Science; and

    Whereas, Liza has received many scholarships including a National FFA scholarship worth $3,000; Therefore,
    

Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the

General Assembly of the State of Indiana:

    SECTION 1. The Indiana General Assembly honors Liza Moore, the 2000-2001 Indiana FFA State Northern Region Vice President.

    SECTION 2. That the Principal Clerk of the House of Representatives transmit a copy of this resolution to Liza Moore and her family.





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