Fairfield FFA president, vice president travel to D.C.


This past month, Fairfield FFA Chapter President Grace Larrick, and vice president Ryan Mathews got the chance to travel to Washington, D.C. to experience the Washington Leadership Conference. They spent a week with fellow FFA members from across the country and got to visit the White House along with many other historical monuments. They also visited the Newsuem and the Holocaust museum. The group learned about advocacy and to celebrate diversity. To finish the week up they developed a living to serve plan. This is where they developed a goal to give back to those in need in our community and across the world. Both members claim that the Washington Leadership Conference was definitely a week to remember.


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This past month, Fairfield FFA Chapter President Grace Larrick, and vice president Ryan Mathews got the chance to travel to Washington, D.C. to experience the Washington Leadership Conference. They spent a week with fellow FFA members from across the country and got to visit the White House along with many other historical monuments. They also visited the Newsuem and the Holocaust museum. The group learned about advocacy and to celebrate diversity. To finish the week up they developed a living to serve plan. This is where they developed a goal to give back to those in need in our community and across the world. Both members claim that the Washington Leadership Conference was definitely a week to remember.

This past month, Fairfield FFA Chapter President Grace Larrick, and vice president Ryan Mathews got the chance to travel to Washington, D.C. to experience the Washington Leadership Conference. They spent a week with fellow FFA members from across the country and got to visit the White House along with many other historical monuments. They also visited the Newsuem and the Holocaust museum. The group learned about advocacy and to celebrate diversity. To finish the week up they developed a living to serve plan. This is where they developed a goal to give back to those in need in our community and across the world. Both members claim that the Washington Leadership Conference was definitely a week to remember.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_FFAprezpic.jpgThis past month, Fairfield FFA Chapter President Grace Larrick, and vice president Ryan Mathews got the chance to travel to Washington, D.C. to experience the Washington Leadership Conference. They spent a week with fellow FFA members from across the country and got to visit the White House along with many other historical monuments. They also visited the Newsuem and the Holocaust museum. The group learned about advocacy and to celebrate diversity. To finish the week up they developed a living to serve plan. This is where they developed a goal to give back to those in need in our community and across the world. Both members claim that the Washington Leadership Conference was definitely a week to remember. Submitted photo
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