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Sectional Resources

Section 1 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Gwen Dado
821 75th Street
Amery, WI 54001
Kim Scholz
2395 220th Street
Deer Park, WI 54007

Section 2 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Brenda Franklin
2334 140th Avenue
Glenwood City, WI 54013

Section 3 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Bill Lien
N8974 Pole Grove Road
Hixton, WI 54635
Brian Buchholz
P.O. BOX 283
Wilton, WI 54670

Section 4 Resources

There are currently no officers listed for this section.
Please check back again later.

Section 5 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Nick Lowe
3 Head Street
Edgerton, WI 53534
Rudy Kaderly
N1921 County Road OK
Juda, WI 53550

Section 6 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Bobbi Jo Kunz
503 North Madison Street
Waupun, Wisconsin 53963
Matt Damm
W1860 Weiner Road
Columbus, WI 53925

Section 7 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Herman Seebandt
W5068 Panther Creek Road
Neillsville, WI 54456
Amy Penterman
N13851 Gorman Avenue
Thorp, WI 54771

Section 8 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Candie Lehto
P.O. Box 1
Oconto Falls, WI 54154
Ken Natzke
W4251 Porter Road
Bonduel, WI 54107

Section 9 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Ellen Cary
W7309 County Road C
Glenbeulah, WI 53023
Terri Wilfert
7528 Manitou Drive
Two Rivers, WI 54241

Section 10 Resources

Sectional Officers:

Tim Spoke
N7121 Newville Road
Waterloo, WI 53594
Amy Voigt
W6644 County Road W
Juneau, WI 53039

Alumni Manual

Section 1: Local Chapter Information

Communication with your members
Creative ways to recognize people to help build morale
How to reactivate an FFA Alumni Chapter
How to organize a local FFA Alumni Chapter
Local officer duties and responsibilities
Personal responsibilities of Alumni members
How to contact potential members
Recruitment Activities
Relationships with your instructor, administration, media, community
Self Evaluation of FFA Alumni Chapters
Working effectively with your local agriculture instructor
Fund raising ideas
Suggestions from Chapters

Section 2: Other Information

• Is your nonprofit considering holding a raffle? Here are the forms you need.
        - Raffle Annual Report
        - Raffle Application and Guidelines
        - Raffle Code of Conduct
        - Raffle Statutory Regulations
        - Raffle Ticket Guidelines
Standards for a Quality Program for Agricultural Education
Where to get information (Updated Mar 31, 2010)
Wisconsin FFA Center
Wisconsin State FFA Officer List (Updated Oct 24, 2013)
Wisconsin Association of FFA Chartered Chapters
Wisconsin Association of FFA Maps of Sections
Wisconsin Agricultural Education State Leadership & Directory (Updated Feb 12, 2013)
List Serve Instructions (Updated Oct 2014)

Section 3: Less Time, More Impact-Suggestions for Surviving in Organizations

Agendas... Yours, Mins, Ours?
Conflict... Oh no!
Conflict... Not all Bad
Effective Committees
Effective meetings
How to make it happen (Part 1)
How to make it happen (Part 2)
Liability Risk Management
Minutes - The official record of your organization
Mission and Vision Statements
Position Descriptions for volunteers
Time Management

Section 4: National FFA Alumni

National FFA Alumni Council Members (Updated Jan 14, 2013)
Life Membership Memorial Scholarships
Local Program Support Grant Application
National FFA Alumni Membership Application
Application for Local Charter
Suggested Constitution
Suggested Bylaws
National FFA Alumni Manual (Updated Feb 26, 2015)

All documents are updated as of February 2009

Growing Quality: National FFA Alumni Quality Program Guide

The "Growing Quality: National FFA Alumni Quality Program Guide" is designed to be utilized by FFA Alumni members in support of local teacher(s), administrations, community partners, advisory committees and/or external stakeholders to conduct an evaluation of the local FFA Alumni member program and develop clear goals and objectives for program improvement.

The "Growing Quality: National FFA Alumni Quality Program Guide" is a result of a need to provide a consistent delivery of high-quality FFA Alumni programs across the nation. Local FFA Alumni members are tasked with supporting local agricultural education programs, FFA chapters, teachers and students. Through FFA Alumni, supporters in the community are able to be actively engaged in developing, supporting, strengthening and sustaining agricultural education and FFA in their school(s). FFA Alumni generally focus their work into five categories: business operations for FFA Alumni, FFA Alumni member development, advocacy for agricultural education, agricultural education & FFA program development and student development. Activities in each of these areas ensure that a local member is creating a balance in the services, programs and events conducted throughout the year.