The top three fruit sellers from the Indian Valley FFA group were, l to r, Shelby Schupp, first place; Corey Decker, second place; and Matt Demattio, third place.Freshmen Bryer Schupp, sophomore Dakota Huebner and junior Mike Ferguson help load fruit to be delivered from the annual Indian Valley FFA fruit sales. Indian Valley has successful fruit salesGNADENHUTTEN -- The Indian Valley FFA at Gnadenhutten was very successful with the 2008 FFA fruit sales. The FFA students sold 417 half cases of fruit, 111 full cases of fruit, 136 boxes of mixed fruit, 38 fruit gift baskets, 1,575 pounds of apples, 204 cans of mixed nuts and 151 rings of trail bologna. This year, the FFA decided to add citrus blossom hand cleaner to their sales. They sold 18 quarts and three gallons of hand cleaner. The FFA students sold over $14,500 worth of products. They earned commission on their sales to help pay for FFA State Convention, FFA Camp, FFA Competitions and other FFA activities.The top salesmen for the FFA were:Senior Shelby Schupp, first place ($2,100 in sales), daughter of Todd and Jackie Schupp, Tuscarawas;Sophomore Cory Decker, second place ($1,350 in sales), son of Mike and Brenda Decker, Newcomerstown;Junior Matt Demattio, third place ($860 in sales), son of Doug and Becky Demattio, Tuscarawas;Freshman Alex Costsmire, fourth place ($832 in sales); andSophomore Dakota Huebner, fifth place ($701 in sales).The FFA would like to thank everyone who purchased items from the organization.