If the president of the Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA chapter had a do-over, she would be involved in everything FFA offers, not just most of the opportunities that she has already taken advantage of during her six years in the organization.
Stephanie Miner once had greenhands.
“I currently work at Heusinkveld Farms, which I love. I milk cows, and it is a great education in learning about dairy,” stated Kingsland junior Makala Nauman, a member of the Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA chapter since seventh grade.
FFA has paved the way to the future for Kayla Mulhern as her involvement in the activity has given her leadership skills and a direction after high school.
Hannah Frank has three letters that have put her in pursuit.
Each year, FFA chapters around the country celebrate National FFA Week, which is Feb. 21 to 28 this year.
Erica Earley’s teaching kids about kids…and piglets, calves, chicks and corn.
Danielle Schultz has found PALS in FFA.
“FFA is pretty important to me,” said Kingsland ninth grade student Cody Merkel, who has been a part of the Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA chapter since seventh grade. “I know it’s the right thing to do because it’s about getting involved in the community.”