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Why did you join FFA?
My father had been in FFA as a high school student and told me of all the fun experiences and opportunities that he had through FFA. The stories got me interested in joining FFA, but when I inquired about a local chapter as a 7th grader but I was meet with the unfortunate news. Owen-Withee FFA had lost their charter in 199Luckily for me, the Owen-Withee Chapter was re-charted in 201Our first FFA event was a State Officer visit, and her enthusiasm and passion for agriculture was infectious. From then on I knew I wanted to be a part of the National FFA Organization.
What was your Supervised Agricultural Experience?
My SAE's include Goat Production Entrepreneurship and Fruit Production Placement. I own a small herd of dairy goats that I milk. With the milk produced, I make a variety of hand soaps. I also show the goats at the local county fair. I work at a local apple orchard, and prune trees in the spring, and pick apples and process cider in the fall.
What made you want to be a State FFA Officer?
I wanted to become a State FFA Officer to give back to an organization that has given me so much and more. I believe that everyone in this world is given a gift and it is our responsibility to identify, magnify and share our gifts with the others through our words, intentions and actions. Wisconsin FFA and its members have been instrumental in helping me find my gift and value in this world. I want to be that person in your life that will help you realize your gift and stand by you as you want to do with that gift.
If you could choose from any song in the world, what would be your theme song?
May We All by Florida Georgia Line! I love this song! It reminds me of the home town I grew up in and growing up in general. This song also reminds me of getting back up when you fall or fail.