FFA members and parents and siblings of those members got together on April 27.
After food was eaten, attendees went into the BFAC to give out the results of the competitions that FFA went to during the year.
“I think that it went really well overall,” FFA advisor Thomas Dux said. “We didn’t have one last year and the officer team didn’t know how it would go, but they were able to pull through together to make it work.”
After the awards and ribbons were given out, the officer team for FFA next year was also announced on stage where the officers for next year accepted their positions. For the new officers to be able to become officers, they had to go through four processes involving filling out an application, going through an interview, having the other members of FFA vote, and finally having the applicants take a test.
“I didn’t really want to be elected as the president or vice-president,” new FFA Reporter Trayce Blas said. “I don’t have that much experience about being an officer and there were better people for those roles.”