HEM senior chosen as FFA president


Doug Radunich

Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow senior Quade Palm was selected as the new Wyoming Future Farmers of America (FFA) Association President for 2014-2015.

Palm, who is from Medicine Bow, is the first Carbon County student to receive the honor in 32 years. The last recipient from the county was Jim Hinkle, who became president as a senior at Little Snake River Valley High School and member of the LSRV FFA Chapter. Hinkle now resides in Saratoga.

Palm will serve as president until April of 2015, and said he was surprised to be chosen as president at the Wyoming State FFA Convention in Cheyenne Ap...

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