NATIONAL FFA WEEK: What does FFA mean to you?

National FFA Week runs February 17-24


February 22, 2024


Members of the 2023-24 Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn FFA Chapter pictured front row, from left to right: Abby Otto (president), Brennan Stoltz (vice president), Meghan Larson (secretary), Annika Overmire (treasurer), Damion Hansen (reporter), Brett Stoltz (sentinel), Hannah Tessum (historian) and Clara Funk (parliamentarian). Second row: Keaton Jatho, Kevin Arambula, Slayton McCarter, Blake Meendering, Owen Haspels, Alexis Croatt, Samantha Berends, Lainie Raveling and Tabatha Cole. Third row: Lillian Van Loon, Brody Meendering, Alex Billings, Taylor Dykstra, Ashlynn Struve, Kamrynn Visser, Reese Croatt, Moriah Otto, Kaylee Newkirk and Kloe Wolthuis. Back row: Parker Russell, JW Vander Merwe, Mykle Meyers, John Buhrmann, Parker Salton, Hector Diaz, Xavier Kleve, Blake Essing and Mikala Whitehead.

National FFA Week runs Feb. 17-24. Here, H-M-S FFA members share why the organization is important to them now and in the future.

"FFA means being a part of something that everyone is welcome and everyone is willing to help you if you have questions." – LEXI CROATT

"What FFA means to me is hard work and dedication. I believe that putting in hard work and dedication to FFA should be given more and more by each person." – KAYLEE NEWKIRK

"To me, FFA means stepping out of my comfort zone to try new things and building leadership skills." – ABBY OTTO

"FFA has been in my whole life. From my parents...

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