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Idaho FFA Association

Garrett Brogan
Idaho FFA State Sentinel

Holy cow, has time flown by!  It feels like yesterday I just started my FFA career in high school. 

In less than a month my team and I will retire from office.  This year has been such an amazing experience getting to know so many of you in this organization.  Last week we celebrated one of the best weeks known to history.  National FFA Week was great! We had the opportunity to give back to those that help us so much and show our passion for this organization.  As state officers we got to enjoy this week at multiple schools throughout the state.  From the appreciation breakfasts to some donkey basketball we all had a great week. 

March always tends to be busy for all of us. As state officers we will be planning for the 84th Idaho State FFA Leadership Conference, to be held at the College of Southern Idaho April 8-11, 2015! Almost all district career development events are done and many members are prepping for their participation at state events -  Also, one other big moment has already happened.  Due March 1st to the state office were all  State Officer applications (not to mention Proficiency, National and Superior Chapter, Talent, and Media Internship Applications).  I remember that moment of mailing in that state officer application - it was such a big, challenging step. Congratulations to all of those that submitted those applications, and good luck to everyone preparing for state! 

As state officers, we are so excited for State Leadership Conference.  There will be some new things going on this year we are excited to roll out for the first time. During Experience State Week back in January, we worked with the Idaho Food Bank to put together boxes of potatoes, and everyone had so much fun.  We decided that a day of service at state leadership conference would make it even better.  Be on the lookout for more updates about the projects, and other new experiences, we will be doing!

Have you ever heard that saying about March? How it comes in like a lion and out like a lamb?  Well, Idaho FFA, let’s Rise Above and  not only start, but finish like a lion.

Rise Above!
Garrett Brogan
Idaho FFA State Sentinel

 

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