During National FFA Week its time to spotlight the hard work from the students involved. Hunter Mott is a senior at Central A&M High School, and vice president of their FFA chapter. He spoke about how great the relationship is between their community and FFA.
The community involvement is a two way street. Treasuerer and senior in the FFA progam at Central A&M Madison Hunter, and Mott both recalled a couple of their favorite community events.
In terms of work for the FFA, Mott has been very astute in getting things done. He’ll be heading to districts in March for his record books.
One thing their chapter is doing to celebrate is something called Ag Olympics. Hunter explains more.
Mott and Hunter appeared as guests on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show during National FFA Week.