November 13, 2012
FFA changes lives. It allows all students the opportunity to participate, regardless of gender or race. When students walk in wearing those blue jackets, you can't help but notice the pride and confidence it gives them. Last year as I walked into the building where our State FFA Convention was being held, two FFA members (not students I knew) immediately approached me to ask if they could help. They were not part of the formal welcoming committe...they were just two FFA members who noticed I was lost. I am not sure if this would have happened anywhere else. FFA builds leadership skills and character. And America needs leaders with both.
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