The sixth session started off at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, June 1.
Melissa Hildebrand-Reed of Hildebrand Dairy presented in the session, just before the state degree ceremony.
During the session, Kansas FFA bestowed 305 members with state degrees, the highest honor of our association. In order to achieve this award, members must meet the following requirements: have received their Chapter FFA Degree, been an FFA member and agricultural education student for at least two years, earned at least $2,000 or worked 600 hours in their Supervised Agricultural Experience program, given a six-minute speech about agriculture or FFA, participated in eight different leadership activities, received a “C” average or better in high school and shown a record of outstanding leadership and community involvement.
The drawing for the John Deere Gator concluded the session. Kate Schoenberg of the Spring Hill FFA chapter was the lucky winner!
Relive the sixth session: https://youtu.be/sQjXTx4QvbY
Photos from the session: https://flic.kr/s/aHskCbSZD1
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