The options in the agricultural field were the focus of the message that Layne Sanders, Greensburg FFA president, and Becca McDole, chapter vice president, delivered to the eighth graders at Greensburg Junior High.
“There are a lot of great jobs in agriculture that paid well”, McDole told the audience, “Take agriculture class at the high school and you can learn about all of the opportunities available.”
Sanders and McDole were also winners in Indiana District 12 FFA competition by winning the Beef Entrepreneur and Vegetable Production proficiencies that were ranked earlier in the week. Sanders and McDole, along with last year’s winner in Agricultural Mechanics, Ashley Koontz, will now compete for state winners in their respective categories. Koontz finished fourth in last year’s state competition.
FFA is the largest student organization in the world and the dedication of students, like those at GCHS, makes it easy to see why the organization continues to enjoy success.
– Daily News