FFA members available to do chores and earn money for chapter The Chillicothe FFA has selected its king and queen candidates for the 2015 Barnwarming. These individuals will lead the charge in the fund raising efforts of the Chillicothe FFA members. The FFA members are now available to do your odd jobs around the house and farm. Give them a call and they will organize a work team to help you in your fall cleanup activities. The class that averages the most money per member will have their candidates crowned king and queen on Nov. 7 at the annual Barnwarming dance. The candidates are as follows: Seniors, Victoria Overton, daughter of Paul Overton and Steve and Sherri Palmer; and McCormick Campbell, son of Clint and Kathy Campbell; Juniors Sheridan Guilford, daughter of Brett Guilford and Sandy Willis; and Cole Gutshall, son of Bill and Angie Gutshall; Sophomores Katelyn Clariday, daughter of Brandon Clariday and Ashley Fagan; and Nate Hoel, son of David and Stephanie Hoel; Freshmen McKayla Shady, daughter of Lane and Misty Shady; and Cade Koehly, son of Ron Koehly and Rochelle Koehly. The chapter has set a goal to raise $25,000 this year for chapter operations. If you have any type of job please give an FFA member a call or call one of the advisors at the Litton Agriculture Campus at 646-3131.