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The FFA Creed
Thursday, April 18, 2013 8:00 AM
The FFA Creed
According to Kingsland freshman Nauman, FFA stands for 'fun'
"I like FFA because it is so much fun. You meet a lot of new people and learn a lot of new things," said Kingsland freshman and Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA member Makala Nauman.
Musel learning responsibility, leadership skills during FFA career
According to Kingsland junior Brianna Musel, she is not the typical FFA member.
"I'm not a farm girl who knows the responsibility of waking up at 5 in the morning to go milk the cows. I would much rather be sleeping, then wake up at 10 to go shopping.
Mulhern 'opens up,' learns leadership through FFA involvement
Kingsland sophomore Kayla Mulhern has had a "great experience" during her time as a Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA member, learning more about leadership and how to "open up to new ideas."
Kraling finds FFA rewarding, positive impact in his life
For Kingsland senior Justin Kraling the last four years in the Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA chapter have had a rewarding, positive impact on his life and future goals.
Sophomore Gillespie enjoying time in FFA
Dane Gillespie's landscaping his future with two "Fs" and one "A."
"In the Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA, I am the chapter sentinel. With this, I help raise awareness of FFA and also help recruit people to join FFA.
Earley has 'life-changing' experience in FFA
Kingsland junior Valerie Earley says her time in FFA has been a "life-changing" experience.
Czapiewski enjoying final year in FFA, looking to the future
Mitchell Czapiewski's in FFA for the experience and to help the community.
This is his fourth year as a member of FFA, and he joined for various reasons, beginning with "because it was a good way to be able to give back to our community and help out people who need it, and have fun with other FFA members."
FFA senior Bush pursing career in agriculture after graduation
FFA greased Matthias Bush's career gears.
Bush particularly enjoys the variety of activities FFA offers him, but specifically likes the chance to get into the mechanical workings of tractors and implements.
Kappers pursuing interest of horses through FFA
Kingsland 11th grader Autumn Kappers has been pursuing her interest in horses through her time in FFA.
Hansen enjoying FFA supervised agriculture experience at SATA
Alex Hansen spells fun as "F-F-A."
"I have been in FFA for four years. I joined because I was told that it was fun, and it is a lot of fun," said Kingsland senior Hansen, who is currently working at SATA in Spring Valley as part of his supervised agriculture experience (SAE) through the Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA chapter, learning how to assemble parts for power spray equipment while still in high school.
Freshman realizes she doesn't have to be a farmer to be involved in ag
Hannah Frank's got the diversity of the creed.
Eberle drawn to FFA through interest in wildlife
Sam Eberle thought there was something fishy about FFA.
That's why he dove in.
Earley shares passion for FFA, agriculture
Kingsland sophomore Valerie Earley has a passion for agriculture and FFA.
The 15-year-old Spring Valley - Wykoff FFA member is the daughter of James and Rachel Earley and her siblings are Lisa and Erica. The family lives outside of Wykoff on their dairy steer and crop farm.
Love of working with animals, time in FFA leads Woods to pursue career as vet tech
Through time spent working with animals and experiences as a member of the Spring Valley - Wykoff FFA chapter, Kingsland senior Melanie Woods has decided to pursue a career as a large animal vet tech.
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