Randolph Future Farmers Of America Present At Kennedy Grange Meeting

Kennedy Grange 496 met May 17. A presentation was put on by three student officers of Randolph Central School FFA Chapter, with their adviser. They discussed the meaning of their symbol, and talked about the advantages of their chapter, teaching them values, responsibilities, hard work and confidence from speaking at various events, taking care of animals, judging cattle and testing milk products, etc. On “Make a Difference Day” the chapter always helps their neighbors in the community, for their community service project.

Joe Andrews shared a video he made which is on You Tube, entitled “I Believe,” which is about how he believes working and living on his family farm helps him to be a better person and will help him in the future.

All the students agreed everyone should try the FFA and credited their adviser, Pat Walker with all their accomplishments.

The Grange awarded them the Grange Community Citizen Award for all the work they do to promote agriculture.