November 5, 2012
I continue to be amazed by the ways in which FFA prepares young people for their futures. Their programs encourage students to discover their interests and talents, helps them develop skills and around those skills and talents, and then teaches them how to use those skills to serve others. Many people think the organization only trains kids to become farmers, but it's so, so much more than that.
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