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The first local Future Farmers club began? The first local Future Farmers club began?

The man who started the FFA? (First local club. ) The man who started the FFA? (First local club. )

The National Future Farmers of America Organization started in this year? The National Future Farmers of America Organization started in this year?

The National FFA Center is located here? The National FFA Center is located here?

What is the purpose of the National FFA Center? What is the purpose of the National FFA Center?

The National FFA Foundation started when? What is its purpose? The National FFA Foundation started when? What is its purpose?

FFA • In the early 1900 s a U. S. Senator and a U. FFA • In the early 1900 s a U. S. Senator and a U. S. Representative from Georgia believed that rural youth were not receiving their fair share of federal education dollars. The congressmen, representing mostly rural people, also believed rural youth deserved just as much as their urban counterparts. Thus the two men sponsored legislation providing the initial funding for vocational agricultural, home economics and trade and industrial arts education. This resulted in legislation bearing their names titled the Smith-Hughes act of 1917 and what would become known as vocational education for nearly a century in the U. S. created vocational agricultural classes across America.

FFA • Virginia in the mid 1920 s was the first state to form FFA • Virginia in the mid 1920 s was the first state to form a future farmers club for boys in agricultural education classes, which later became know as the future farmers of Virginia. Henry Groseclose, who was an agricultural teacher from Blacksburg Virginia, is commonly known as the father of the FFA. In just a few short years future farmers’ clubs were organized across the country. A similar group for African- American students was also established called the New Farmers’ Clubs.

FFA • In 1926 the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City, Missouri, invited FFA • In 1926 the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City, Missouri, invited vocational agricultural students to participate in livestock judging events. Two years later also at the American Royal students from across the United States met to establish the Future Farmers of America, which was to provide farm boys leadership training. Thirty-three delegates from 18 states met at the hotel Baltimore in November 1928. Leslie Applegate of New Jersey was elected as the first national FFA president and the first national advisor was Dr. C. H. Lane. National dues were set at 10 cents per member.

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The New Farmers of America joined with the FFA in this year? The New Farmers of America joined with the FFA in this year?

The year girls were first allowed to join the FFA? The year girls were first allowed to join the FFA?

In 1988, the Future Farmers of America name changed to this? Why did the In 1988, the Future Farmers of America name changed to this? Why did the name change? • Just the letters FFA • New Brockton FFA Chapter • National FFA Organization. • The name changed to reflect the changes that have taken place over the years in agriculture.

How many student national officers are there? How many student national officers are there?

What is a Program of Activities? • The planned activities for the year. What is a Program of Activities? • The planned activities for the year.

What are parts of the Program of Activities? What are parts of the Program of Activities?

What is SAEP? • Supervised Agricultural Experience Program. • What you do away from What is SAEP? • Supervised Agricultural Experience Program. • What you do away from school that relates to AG class and the FFA. • Horse, Cattle, Garden Ag related work.

What are the two parts of the SAEP program? • Entrepreneurship and job placement. What are the two parts of the SAEP program? • Entrepreneurship and job placement.

What are the four FFA degrees in order? What are the four FFA degrees in order?

Who gives the degree? • Greenhand Chapter- Local Advisor. • State- The State Association Who gives the degree? • Greenhand Chapter- Local Advisor. • State- The State Association and the State Officers. • American- The National Organization and the National Officers.

What are the qualifications? How Do You Get A Degree? • Each person must What are the qualifications? How Do You Get A Degree? • Each person must complete an application. • They must meet the qualifications for each degree. • They must complete the application and turn it back in before the due date.

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What are four types of FFA membership? What are four types of FFA membership?

What is the FFA Emblem? What is the FFA Emblem?

The Five Symbols on the FFA Emblem are : The Five Symbols on the FFA Emblem are :

 • Knowledge and WISDOM required to be successful in the industry of agriculture • Knowledge and WISDOM required to be successful in the industry of agriculture and life.

 • LABOR – HARD WORK and tillage of the soil, the back ground • LABOR – HARD WORK and tillage of the soil, the back ground of agriculture, and the historic foundation of our country’s strength.

 • Provides the foundation of the emblem, just as corn has historically served • Provides the foundation of the emblem, just as corn has historically served as the foundation crop of American agriculture. It is also a symbol of unity.

Holds a promise that tomorrow will bring a new day glowing with opportunity. Holds a promise that tomorrow will bring a new day glowing with opportunity.

EAGLE • SYMBOL OF OUR COUNTRY. • FREEDOM. EAGLE • SYMBOL OF OUR COUNTRY. • FREEDOM.

What is the FFA motto? What is the FFA motto?

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The FFA Salute I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of The FFA Salute I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

What are the responsibilities of the FFA members? • To take an active part What are the responsibilities of the FFA members? • To take an active part in all activities, members must decide and direct the activities of their own chapter.

When was the creed adopted? Written by whom? • At the 3 rd national When was the creed adopted? Written by whom? • At the 3 rd national convention. • It was written by E. M. Tiffany.

 • • • FFA CREED I believe in the future of agriculture, with • • • FFA CREED I believe in the future of agriculture, with a faith born not of words, but of deeds – achievements won by the present and past generations of agriculturists; in the promise of better days through better ways, even as the better things we now enjoy have come to us from the struggles of former years. I believe that to live and work on a good farm, or to be engaged in other agricultural pursuits, is pleasant as well as challenging; for I know the joys and discomforts of agricultural life and hold an inborn fondness for those associations which, even in hours of discouragement, I cannot deny. I believe in less dependence on begging and more power in bargaining; in the life abundant and enough honest wealth to help make it so – for others, as well as myself; in less need for charity and more of it when needed; in being happy myself and playing square with those whose happiness depends upon me. I believe that American agriculture can and will hold true to the best traditions of our national life and that I can exert an influence in my home and community, which will stand solid for my part in that inspiring task. The creed was written by E. M. Tiffany, and adopted at the 3 rd National Convention of the FFA. It was revised at the 38 th Convention and the 63 rd Convention.

FFA • At the third national convention in 1930, the FFA creed was adopted. FFA • At the third national convention in 1930, the FFA creed was adopted. It is one of the longest standing parts of the organization. Erwin Milton (E. M. ) Tiffany of Wisconsin wrote it. The creed was revised in 1965 and 1990; however the basic values and beliefs of the creed are still intact and remain a solid foundation for the FFA’s principles. As stated earlier the National FFA Organization started out as the Future Farmers of America, and this name was used for 60 years. However in 1988 the name was changed to the National FFA Organization. The current name maintains the organization’s roots, while reflecting the science business and technology of agricultural.

What is the official FFA dress for males and females? • For males it’s: What is the official FFA dress for males and females? • For males it’s: black slacks, belt, white shirt, official FFA tie, black shoes, black socks, and official jacket zipped to the top. • For females it’s: black skirt, belt, white blouse, black stockings, black shoes and official FFA jacket zipped to the top.

Why is the Official dress needed? • It provides identity and gives a distinctive Why is the Official dress needed? • It provides identity and gives a distinctive and recognizable image to the organization.

FFA • One of the FFA’s most widely recognized symbols in the blue corduroy FFA • One of the FFA’s most widely recognized symbols in the blue corduroy jacket. Dr. Gus Linter advisor of the Fredericktown (Ohio) FFA chapter was looking for a uniform for the Fredericktown band, which was to appear at the 1933 national convention. His design of the blue corduroy jacket captured the attention of the official delegates and they voted to adopt it as FFA’s official dress.

When should the FFA jacket be worn? How should it be worn? What do When should the FFA jacket be worn? How should it be worn? What do the three metals worn on the FFA jacket represent? • On official occasions, with the zipper fasten to the top, with the collar down and the cuffs button, the three metals represent highest degree earned, highest office and the highest award earned by the member.

What is the FFA Code of Ethics? • FFA members to conduct themselves at What is the FFA Code of Ethics? • FFA members to conduct themselves at all times, to be a credit to the FFA organization, chapter, school, community and family.

THE FFA CODE OF ETHICS • • As an FFA chapter officer and member, THE FFA CODE OF ETHICS • • As an FFA chapter officer and member, people are always observing you. Your actions while you are wearing the FFA jacket or are representing the organization becomes part of the organizations image. • To keep the image of the FFA and its members sharp, the delegates at the 1952 national Convention adopted a Code Of Ethics for FFA members to follow. The Code Of Ethics outlines general guidelines for all occasions and functions, not just FFA Activities and functions. The FFA Code of Ethics We will conduct ourselves at all times in order to be a credit to our organization, Chapter, school and community by: Dressing neatly and appropriately for the occasion. Showing respect for the rights of others and being courteous at all times. Being honest and not taking advantage of others. Respecting the property of others. Refraining from loud, boisterous talk, swearing and other unbecoming conduct. Demonstrating sportsmanship in the show ring, judging contest being modest in winning and generous in defeat. Attending meetings promptly and respecting the opinion of others in discussion. Taking pride in our organization, activities, supervised experience programs, exhibits and the occupation of agricultural. Sharing with others experience and knowledge gained by attending national and state meetings. • • • • .

Know the essentials of a successful chapter. • Knowledge of the FFA, Diversity of Know the essentials of a successful chapter. • Knowledge of the FFA, Diversity of membership, all members share responsibilities, capable officers, a challenging program of activities, a workable constitution and by laws, proper equipment and records, well planned, regularly held chapter meetings, adequate financing, and school and community support.

Know the duties of chapter officers. • 1. a genuine desire to be a Know the duties of chapter officers. • 1. a genuine desire to be a part of a leadership. • 2. a willingness to accept responsibility. • 3. a desire to work with all chapter members in meeting their leadership, personal and chapter goals. • 4. A commitment to lead by example. • 5. a knowledge and understanding of the chapter, state, and national FFA constitutions, bylaws and programs.

List the essentials of a good meeting. • Good officers. • Informed members. • List the essentials of a good meeting. • Good officers. • Informed members. • Planned agenda. (plan)

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What are the symbols at each officer’s station? • • Rising Sun- President Plow- What are the symbols at each officer’s station? • • Rising Sun- President Plow- Vice President Ear of Corn- Secretary Bust of Washington- Treasurer American Flag- Reporter Owl- STUDENT Advisor Shield of Friendship- Sentinel

Know rules governing the display of the American Flag. • The flag shall never Know rules governing the display of the American Flag. • The flag shall never be subjected to contempt, disrespect or insult. Never allow the flag to touch the ground.

What is the order of business? • The order you do things in a What is the order of business? • The order you do things in a meeting.

Know the use of the Gavel and Block • One tap - follows the Know the use of the Gavel and Block • One tap - follows the announcement of adjournment, the completion of a business item, or is a message to the members to be seated following the opening ceremony. • Two taps- of the gavel calls the meeting to order. Starts the meeting. • Three taps- is to stand. • Series of taps- it restores the meeting to order.

What is parliamentary procedure(LAW)? Why is it needed? • Rules you use and follow What is parliamentary procedure(LAW)? Why is it needed? • Rules you use and follow during a meeting. • To have order in a meeting.

WHY IS A GOOD PUBLIC RELATIONS PROGRAM NEEDED? • So that people will know WHY IS A GOOD PUBLIC RELATIONS PROGRAM NEEDED? • So that people will know about our CHAPTER’S accomplishments.

FFA SUPPLIES ARE ORDERED FROM? • They may be ordered online at www. ffa. FFA SUPPLIES ARE ORDERED FROM? • They may be ordered online at www. ffa. org

THE LOCAL FFA IS NOT A CLUB… • IT IS CALLED A CHAPTER. THE LOCAL FFA IS NOT A CLUB… • IT IS CALLED A CHAPTER.

WHAT ARE FFA CAREER DEVELOPMENT EVENTS? CDE’s • CONTEST • Forestry, Livestock, Land etc. WHAT ARE FFA CAREER DEVELOPMENT EVENTS? CDE’s • CONTEST • Forestry, Livestock, Land etc.

WHAT IS THE NATIONAL CHAPTER AWARD PROGRAM? • AN AWARD GIVEN BASED ON THE WHAT IS THE NATIONAL CHAPTER AWARD PROGRAM? • AN AWARD GIVEN BASED ON THE CHAPTERS STUDENT, CHAPTER, AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES.

WHAT ARE PROFICIENCY AWARDS? • AWARDS GIVEN TO FFA MEMBERS BASED ON THEIR S. WHAT ARE PROFICIENCY AWARDS? • AWARDS GIVEN TO FFA MEMBERS BASED ON THEIR S. A. E. P. • Cattle, Horse, Garden, Ag related work.

WHEN AND WHERE WILL THE NATIONAL FFA CONVENTION BE HELD THIS YEAR? • ***INDIANAPOLIS, WHEN AND WHERE WILL THE NATIONAL FFA CONVENTION BE HELD THIS YEAR? • ***INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA • HELD THE LAST WEEK OF OCTOBER.

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WHEN AND WHERE WILL THE STATE FFA CONVENTION BE HELD THIS YEAR? • ***CDE’s WHEN AND WHERE WILL THE STATE FFA CONVENTION BE HELD THIS YEAR? • ***CDE’s AUBURN UNIVERSITY • ***CONVENTION MONTGOMERY • HELD THE FIRST WEEK OF JUNE.

WHAT IS A FFA MANUAL? • A HANDBOOK THAT CONTAINS ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT WHAT IS A FFA MANUAL? • A HANDBOOK THAT CONTAINS ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT THE FFA.

WHEN IS NATIONAL FFA WEEK? • DURING PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY WEEK. • PRESIDENT’S WHEN IS NATIONAL FFA WEEK? • DURING PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY WEEK. • PRESIDENT’S DAY • MID FEBRUARY

HOW OFTEN SHOULD LOCAL FFA MEETINGS BE HELD? • MONTHLY HOW OFTEN SHOULD LOCAL FFA MEETINGS BE HELD? • MONTHLY

WHO IS THE LOCAL ADVISOR? • MR. GUNTER -----LOCAL TEACHER • WE HAVE A WHO IS THE LOCAL ADVISOR? • MR. GUNTER -----LOCAL TEACHER • WE HAVE A STUDENT ADVISOR THAT SERVES DURING OUR MEETINGS.

WHO IS THE STATE ADVISOR? • The State Advisor is ? WHO IS THE STATE ADVISOR? • The State Advisor is ?

WHO IS THE NATIONAL FFA ADVISOR? • The National FFA Advisor is ? WHO IS THE NATIONAL FFA ADVISOR? • The National FFA Advisor is ?

WHAT IS AN EXECUTIVE SECRETARY? • THE PERSON THAT RUNS THE DAY TO DAY WHAT IS AN EXECUTIVE SECRETARY? • THE PERSON THAT RUNS THE DAY TO DAY OPERATIONS OF THE FFA.

WHO IS OUR STATE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY? • MR. JACOB DAVIS • HE IS FROM WHO IS OUR STATE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY? • MR. JACOB DAVIS • HE IS FROM OPP ALABAMA.

WHO IS THE NATIONAL FFA EXECUTIVE SECRETARY? • The National Executive Secretary is? WHO IS THE NATIONAL FFA EXECUTIVE SECRETARY? • The National Executive Secretary is?

THE FIRST FFA PRESIDENT? • THE FIRST FFA NATIONAL ADVISOR? • Leslie Applegate of THE FIRST FFA PRESIDENT? • THE FIRST FFA NATIONAL ADVISOR? • Leslie Applegate of New Jersey was elected as the first National FFA president and the first National advisor was Dr. C. H. Lane.

LAW THAT GAVE THE FFA A FEDERAL CHARTER? • The FFA is one of LAW THAT GAVE THE FFA A FEDERAL CHARTER? • The FFA is one of two student organizations have a federal charter. The Boy scouts organization is the other. Public law 740 passed by congress in 1950, made FFA an “intracurricular” part of the agriculture education program. FFA activities are not considered as “extracurricular”.

DOES THE FFA AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS? • YES • OVER TWO PLUS MILLION DOLLARS. • DOES THE FFA AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS? • YES • OVER TWO PLUS MILLION DOLLARS. • WE HAVE HAD MEMBERS FROM OUR CHAPTER APPLY AND RECEIVE THE SCHOLARSHIPS.

THE DEGREE PINS? • • GREENHAND BRONZE CHAPTER SILVER STATE GOLD AMERICAN GOLD THE DEGREE PINS? • • GREENHAND BRONZE CHAPTER SILVER STATE GOLD AMERICAN GOLD

WE HAVE CHAPTER, DISTRICT, STATE, AND NATIONAL OFFICERS. • WE HAVE HAD CHAPTER, DISTRICT, WE HAVE CHAPTER, DISTRICT, STATE, AND NATIONAL OFFICERS. • WE HAVE HAD CHAPTER, DISTRICT, AND STATE OFFICERS FROM OUR CHAPTER.

ALABAMA’S CHARTER NUMBER • 36 • 1929 ALABAMA’S CHARTER NUMBER • 36 • 1929

FFA • Alabama was the 36 th state to receive its charter in 1929. FFA • Alabama was the 36 th state to receive its charter in 1929. The original charter certificate signed by Henry Groseclose and written by hand, hangs in the office of the career/technical education at Auburn. Earl Solomon of Uriah (Monroe County) was the first state president. FFA chapters across Alabama were assigned chapter numbers according to schools of names of the chapters and Abbeville high school (Henry County) bears the distinction of having the chapter number of AL 0001. After the initial charter numbers were distributed numbers were assigned to chapters as they joined the state association.

NEW BROCKTON’S CHAPTER NUMBER • AL 0398 • NOVEMBER OF 1991. NEW BROCKTON’S CHAPTER NUMBER • AL 0398 • NOVEMBER OF 1991.

HOW LONG MAY ONE KEEP THEIR FFA MEMBERSHIP AFTER GRADUATION? • Until Nov. 30 HOW LONG MAY ONE KEEP THEIR FFA MEMBERSHIP AFTER GRADUATION? • Until Nov. 30 following the fourth National Convention after they graduate from High School. • WHY? • SOME FFA MEMBERS NEED THIS TIME TO GET THEIR AMERICAN FFA DEGREE.

READ THE FFA OPENING AND CLOSING CEREMONY READ THE FFA OPENING AND CLOSING CEREMONY

FFA DUES • SOUTH DISTRICT DUES $2. 00 • STATE DUES $3. 00 • FFA DUES • SOUTH DISTRICT DUES $2. 00 • STATE DUES $3. 00 • NATIONAL DUES $7. 00 = $12. 00 • LOCAL DUES $18. 00 • TOTAL $30. 00 • ALL STUDENTS WILL BE FFA MEMBERS. GOAL 100% MEMBERSHIP.

FFA • Alabama just like the National FFA has had a terrific history. From FFA • Alabama just like the National FFA has had a terrific history. From its humble beginnings in the late 1920 s to the technological 2000 s FFA has played a key role in helping make life better for millions of young people. Although production agriculture practices are not taught as much today as in the 1900 s, the FFA still inspires youth to success through its many activities and purposes.

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