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FFA members interview

February 27, 2013

Brett Simpson
 
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MURRAY COUNTY NEWS PHOTO
Brett Simpson
Cole Bly
 
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MURRAY COUNTY NEWS PHOTO
Cole Bly
Ashtin Scotting
 
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MURRAY COUNTY NEWS PHOTO
Ashtin Scotting
for State Degree
Recently, three members of the Murray County Central FFA Chapter completed an interview to obtain the state’s highest award, the State FFA Degree. The members had to complete a number of different tasks before the interview, as well as keep documentation, and complete tasks outside of the chapter. Here are some of the specific requirements that an FFA member has to acheive before getting their state degree. They have to have received their Chapter Degree. Have to be an active member of FFA for two years or more. Complete at least two years of school instruction in the Ag field. Have to work at least 300 hours outside of class time on a topic relating to an SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience). Have a good GPA, participate in at least five FFA activities, as well as complete at least 25 hours of community service.

Cole Bly, Ashtin Scotting, and Brett Simpson have gone above and beyond those requirements and their profiles for what they did are in this week’s issue of the NEWS. Pick one up today.


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