November 5, 2012
I was not aware of FFA until my son's best friend introduced him to the organization. Sadly, like many, I assumed that it was all about farming. As my Son joined the ranks of many FFA members, I understood what the organization was about. The skills acquired during his time were many and included leadership, speaking and business skills. He went on to become a State officer and has become a wonderful young leader due to his time in FFA .Because of my son't success, I was fortunate enough to watch my daughter come out of her shell by also being a part of the high school organization. I would highly recomment FFA to any young adult who wants to excel above others in their school and life in general. I am a member of the local alumni chapter and it has been a wonderful experience. It is my was of giving back to an organization that I didn't have the opportunity to be a part of during my youth.
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