Area schools were participating in FFA week this past week, and every school had their own agenda for how they celebrated. FFA allows students to grow life skills that will help them be prepared for the agriculture industry, prepare job applications and interviews, ag sales and much more. Pana High School's FFA Chapter had their own week of fun planned where they drove their alternative vehicles to school and dressed up every day.
Bradley Barringer, Senior and President of the Pana High School FFA Chapter explained all of the details.
Barringer was joined by Teri Hall, Senior and Vice President of the FFA Chapter, and they said that FFA has prepared them for the real world, both by occupation choice, and socially to where they both, are now more confident.
Barringer and Hall appeared on the special NEWSTALK WTIM FFA Week portion of the Noon Farm Show.