Hillsboro attends national FFA convention


From Oct. 19-22 the Hillsboro FFA chapter attended The National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Forty-nine members and six chaperones attended the trip. During the trip members were able to attend sessions where keynote speakers gave their message, and the national officers gave their retiring addresses. Sydney Snider, the National Eastern Region vice president from Ohio gave her retiring address on “See Hope, Be Hope,” where she talked about how the current generation gives our future hope. On the trip members attended different tours such as a Ghyslain Chocolates tour where they were able to make and decorate their own chocolate and learn about the process of how chocolate becomes what it is, then were able to go on a Kelsay Dairy tour where they learned about dairy cattle and the industry. On the first night at convention members attended a Cole Swindell and Chris Young concert that was held only for FFA members. The theme of the 89th National FFA Convention was Transform and members were given advice on how they can transform their goals, their lives, and the world. Hillsboro FFA members are pictured at the national convention.


From Oct. 19-22 the Hillsboro FFA chapter attended The National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Forty-nine members and six chaperones attended the trip. During the trip members were able to attend sessions where keynote speakers gave their message, and the national officers gave their retiring addresses. Sydney Snider, the National Eastern Region vice president from Ohio gave her retiring address on “See Hope, Be Hope,” where she talked about how the current generation gives our future hope. On the trip members attended different tours such as a Ghyslain Chocolates tour where they were able to make and decorate their own chocolate and learn about the process of how chocolate becomes what it is, then were able to go on a Kelsay Dairy tour where they learned about dairy cattle and the industry. On the first night at convention members attended a Cole Swindell and Chris Young concert that was held only for FFA members. The theme of the 89th National FFA Convention was Transform and members were given advice on how they can transform their goals, their lives, and the world. Hillsboro FFA members are pictured at the national convention.

From Oct. 19-22 the Hillsboro FFA chapter attended The National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Forty-nine members and six chaperones attended the trip. During the trip members were able to attend sessions where keynote speakers gave their message, and the national officers gave their retiring addresses. Sydney Snider, the National Eastern Region vice president from Ohio gave her retiring address on “See Hope, Be Hope,” where she talked about how the current generation gives our future hope. On the trip members attended different tours such as a Ghyslain Chocolates tour where they were able to make and decorate their own chocolate and learn about the process of how chocolate becomes what it is, then were able to go on a Kelsay Dairy tour where they learned about dairy cattle and the industry. On the first night at convention members attended a Cole Swindell and Chris Young concert that was held only for FFA members. The theme of the 89th National FFA Convention was Transform and members were given advice on how they can transform their goals, their lives, and the world. Hillsboro FFA members are pictured at the national convention.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2016/11/web1_Hboro-FFA-pic.jpgFrom Oct. 19-22 the Hillsboro FFA chapter attended The National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Forty-nine members and six chaperones attended the trip. During the trip members were able to attend sessions where keynote speakers gave their message, and the national officers gave their retiring addresses. Sydney Snider, the National Eastern Region vice president from Ohio gave her retiring address on “See Hope, Be Hope,” where she talked about how the current generation gives our future hope. On the trip members attended different tours such as a Ghyslain Chocolates tour where they were able to make and decorate their own chocolate and learn about the process of how chocolate becomes what it is, then were able to go on a Kelsay Dairy tour where they learned about dairy cattle and the industry. On the first night at convention members attended a Cole Swindell and Chris Young concert that was held only for FFA members. The theme of the 89th National FFA Convention was Transform and members were given advice on how they can transform their goals, their lives, and the world. Hillsboro FFA members are pictured at the national convention.