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Addie Fenner


I got involved in FFA to be a part of a great organization, and to be able to discover myself as a person. Being a part of agriculture my whole life, I knew that I wanted to be a member of FFA. Having older cousins that always talked about FFA and all the great leadership activities they did, I knew that FFA would be the organization for me.


I think my biggest achievement in FFA thus far would be serving as an officer my junior and senior  year. Some of my proudest moments take place at the county and state fairs, walking out of the classes on top shows that all my hard work paid off.


Agricultural education is important to me because we need to know how to be able to feed nine billion people globally.; without livestock and crops we wouldn't be able to feed anyone. Also, agricultural education teaches many other life skills such as communication and leadership within the community.


FFA Activities: Livestock Judging CDE, Fruit Sales, County Fair Clean Up, National FFA Convention and Expo, Iowa FFA State Leadership Conference, Cattle Shows, Ag Day, National FFA Week, Kids Against Hunger