November 8, 2012
I just graduated high school in June of 2012. I was a member for four years an I have seen more places in the united states then my parents did. I was honored to compete in two state teams (dairy and agronomy). Today I am starting my career in the United States Army. The FFA taught me how to be a better leader, a better person, show motivation, and paying attention to small details. FFA is not just for small town hicks, but it's also for high class people. I recommend everyone should attend this group and challenge yourself and others.
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