National FFA Week
Livingston Central High School
February 21-28, 2009 is National FFA Week. During this week, Chapters all across America are celebrating all that FFA has to offer. Livingston Central FFA Chapter is no exception; our members have worked to put on a great celebration this week as well.
Livingston Central FFA Chapter has sponsored many exciting activities during this week. Monday we showed our appreciation for the faculty and staff by cooking a great lunch. Tuesday was FFA shirt day, and we sponsored a session that was held at the middle school to encourage incoming Freshman to join FFA when they enter high school next year. Wednesday we went to Marshall County High School to meet the National FFA Officer President, Paul Moya, who hales from the state of New Mexico, we also had an awesome dinner with him and another Chapter down at Lake Barkley. Thursday we had a camo day for FFA members at school. Friday FFA is sponsoring muddy truck day. These events brought about camaraderie for our Chapter members, and helped show our FFA spirit through unification.
Though this week has been busy celebrating National FFA, we have still held our Parli practice meetings, we did have to cancel the Wednesday after school practice, since we were going to meet President, Paul Moya. However, I believe our Chapter has the desire to be the best we can be, with dedication and determination we will make our school proud of its FFA Chapter. With the competition coming up soon in Murray, and ending all the exciting celebrations this week, I would say FFA for me has been more exhilarating than I ever thought it would be! With so many things to do, see, learn, and experience through FFA, and it is only my Freshman year. I am ecstatically looking forward to the next three years off FFA at Livingston Central High School!