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FFA'ers learn about organization
FFA Leadership
Local members attending the FFA Success Conference include Roger Rice, Lewis Osborne, Brandie Sylvester, Anthony Stubbs, Katie Creech, Christopher Young, Samantha Wright, Cody Rozier, Jacob Flynn, Liz Baggarly, Meagan Rowe, Quinton Harris, Louis Torres, Abigail White, Jessica Young, Kathrina Howerton, Caila Harden, Ronald Holmes, Christopher Robertson, Courtney Ashe, Talisha Burns and Cherish Tyson. The Liberty County advisor is Hillary Cobb Fanning. - photo by Photo provided.
Members of the Liberty County FFA Chapter attended the FFA Success Conference March 2-3, at the FFA/FCCLA Center near Covington.
During the conference, members were challenged to begin planning for life after high school. Participants attended sessions on resume development and interviewing. They also attended a college fair and had an opportunity to visit with professionals within the agriculture industry. The Success Conference is held annually for students in grades 10-12.
FFA state officer and conference presenter, Raymond Fitzpatrick, said “Success Conference introduces students to the many different career areas in agriculture as well as familiarizing them with many of the colleges and universities in the state of Georgia.”
The Georgia FFA Association is the third largest state association in the nation.  The FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
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