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Koontz Represents Bedford County FFA at National FFA Convention
Koontz Represents Bedford County FFA at National FFA Convention
Scott Myers
Monday, November 04, 2019

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Sarah “Madison” Koontz of Bedford will be representing the Bedford County Technical Center’s FFA Chapter as a member of the National FFA Band at the 92nd National FFA Convention.

The National FFA Convention is held from October 30 through November 2 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

Madison will be playing the bass clarinet with the National FFA Band, which will be performing during the opening ceremonies and general sessions.

Madison is the daughter of Allen and Sarah Koontz of Bedford and is a senior at Bedford High School and the Bedford County Technical Center. She is also a member of the Bedford High School marching band, concert band, and jazz band.

The opening and general sessions can be viewed on RFD-TV, which is on Dish Network (channel 231) and DIRECTV (channel 345). Much of the convention may also be viewed online at

Streaming - 92nd National FFA Convention & Expo Watch 92 nd National FFA Convention & Expo live!. RFD-TV will broadcast all General Sessions (except Opening Session 1A) and select other events. All General Sessions, LDE Finals Hall Events, FFA Blue Room events and select other events will also be streamed live.


For over 90 years, the National FFA Convention & Expo has united members to demonstrate and celebrate their accomplishments and inspire their individual futures. With 69,944 attendees, this event remains one of the world’s largest student conventions. In 2017, the Trade Show News Network’s Top Trade Shows in the United States ranked the National FFA Convention & Expo as one of the shows with the largest net square footage. The Expo covers more than 253,000 square-feet and allows the 400+ exhibiting companies to network and build agriculture awareness for the next generation of leaders, employees, customers, and advocates.