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  LEADERSHIP ON DEMAND: INTROS, INVOCATIONS, AND INVITES
Saturday, April 15, 2017  
LEADERSHIP ON DEMAND: INTROS, INVOCATIONS, AND INVITES
Check out this month's Leadership on Demand video titled "Introductions, Invocations, and Invitations."...
 
 

  REMEMBERING JOHNNY CALLEN AND HIS FLS PROJECT
Saturday, April 15, 2017  
REMEMBERING JOHNNY CALLEN AND HIS FLS PROJECT

To many people across Texas, Johnny Callan was more than just another FFA member. Johnny was their friend, but most of all someone poised to make a difference in the world around him.

“Johnny was branded as far as FFA was concerned,” said Jacksboro FFA advisor, Loren Sell.  “Everything he did revolved around not only FFA, but a way to help other students.”

Dur...

 
 

  TEXAS CHAPTERS COLLECT WILDFIRE RELIEF
Saturday, April 15, 2017  
TEXAS CHAPTERS COLLECT WILDFIRE RELIEF
Fast-moving grass wildfires ravaged rural farm areas in several states, including Texas, this past March. Farmers, ranchers and many others lost livestock, equipment, buildings and much more. The fires were so severe, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statement saying he was sending state resources to the area to assist in fighting the fires. The disaster created immediate need for large quantities of hay, feed, fe...
 
 

  MEMBERS ADVOCATE FOR AG EDUCATION AT THE STATE CAPITOL
Wednesday, March 15, 2017  
MEMBERS ADVOCATE FOR AG EDUCATION AT THE STATE CAPITOL
For two days, the Texas State Capitol became a classroom as more than 800 Texas FFA members attended the eighth annual Agricultural Education and Texas FFA Day at the Capitol. On February 21 and 23 students traveled to Austin, Texas to learn about the state’s legislation process, especially as it relates to agriculture.

Throughout the day members met with their state legislators, walked...
 
 

  MEMBERS VOLUNTEER WITH GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND
Wednesday, March 15, 2017  
MEMBERS VOLUNTEER WITH GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND
Members of the James Madison FFA Chapter are living to serve through their atypical supervised agricultural experiences. These members have embraced the opportunity to take part in raising and training service dogs for the visually impaired.
            
Starting in 2015, James Madison FFA took on the new idea of a Guide Dog SAE with the help of Guide Dogs fo...
 
 

  LEADERSHIP ON DEMAND: SOCIAL SHARPNESS - PART TWO
Wednesday, March 15, 2017  
LEADERSHIP ON DEMAND: SOCIAL SHARPNESS - PART TWO
Check out this month's Leadership on Demand video titled "Social Sharpness - Part Two."...
 
 

  LEADER TO LEADER: HOW DO YOU REPRESENT FFA?
Wednesday, March 15, 2017  
LEADER TO LEADER: HOW DO YOU REPRESENT FFA?
Go behind the scenes to see how FFA Jackets are built and personalized in Van Wert, Ohio.
 
 

  HOW THE FFA JACKET IS MADE
Tuesday, March 14, 2017  
HOW THE FFA JACKET IS MADE
Texas FFA member and National FFA Western Region Vice President asks "How do you represent FFA?"
 
 

  FORMER MEMBER CREATES STOCK SHOW MOBILE APP
Wednesday, February 15, 2017  
FORMER MEMBER CREATES STOCK SHOW MOBILE APP

Former Canyon FFA member, Rhett Bain, used his unique talents to create a mobile app that organizes stock show events and information. The user-friendly product has quickly carved out its own niche. 

“I got the idea when I was sitting at breakfast one morning at the 2014 State Fair of Texas,” Bain said. “I brought up making an app specifically for stock shows that would in...

 
 

  LEADERSHIP ON DEMAND: SOCIAL SHARPNESS - PART ONE
Wednesday, February 15, 2017  
LEADERSHIP ON DEMAND: SOCIAL SHARPNESS - PART ONE
Check out this month's Leadership on Demand video titled "Social Sharpness - Part One."...
 
 

 
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