You have to Start Somewhere:  Beginning Members

Raquel Middaugh


As beginning FFA members we are clueless on what all FFA has to offer us in the upcoming year. There are three freshman in this years Crook County FFA chapter. One of those Freshman is returning from the previous year. This is because that freshman joined FFA as a 8th grader and could show at fair but could not compete in any of the competitions. Cade Catterson is a Freshman and this is his first year being involved in FFA. Although he has been involved with 4-H for the last five years, but he felt he wanted to be more involved and be in both. Bella Wood a Freshman and first year being involved in FFA. Bella has also been involved with 4-H for the past five years and she felt the need to be more involved in the agriculture industry. Raquel Middaugh a Freshman, but she participated in the Discovery program that Crook County FFA offered last year This is her second year in FFA and has been involved in 4-H for the last five years as well. We are all stoked to see where the 2016-2017 year takes us in FFA said the group of Freshman. We all look to FFA as more than just a group. Even the few short months we have been involved it feels as if we are all joined together as one big family.