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Future Farmers of America 2018-19


The members include the following: Heavenly Angel, McKenzie Bell, Stephen Bell, Madison Blevins, Drew Buswell, Madison Butler, Donna Catron, Sarah Catron, Gracie Chaplin, Daniel Choate, Brennan Chriswell, Haley Coffey, Alex Crabtree, Caitlyn Crabtree, Kassandra Crabtree, Kenzie Crabtree, Jade Criswell, Hannah Daniels, Tabitha Daniels, Braiden Dean, Bryant Dean, Gabe Denney, Tori Dennis, Trevor Dishman, Andreona Dobbs, Curtis Dobbs, Haley Dobbs, Lorin Dodd, Matthew Eagleton, Brayden East, Cole Edwards, Bryce Elam, Avery Fierros, Andrew Frogge, Trent Godsey, Maggie Gregory, McKenzie Gregory, Myles Gregory, Nick Gregory, Harley Hodge, Dekota Hubbard, Abagayle Huckaby, Tiffany Hunley, Noah Jones, Riley Jones, Rylee Keith, Cheyanne Leffew, Daniel Logan, John Mansfield, Tanner Morrow, Morgan Munsey, Elijah Neal, Jacob Nevels, Willis Nevels, Drew Phillips, Isaac Phillips, McKinley Phillips, Mia Phillips, Cody Pyles, Alesea Sanchez, Teaunna Scott, Austin Sexton, Chelsea Sisco, Bryson Slone, Matthew Stevenson, Sierra Stevenson, Kason Stockton, Colton Tucker, Gage Tucker, Logan Tuggle, Nathaniel Tuggle, Grant Vallelonga, Dustin Vaughn, Alex West, Lydia West, & MackiLee Worley

The officers of FFA: 

President Lydia West, Reporter McKenzie Bell

Vice President Madison Butler,  Sentinel Cole Edwards, 

Secretary Kenzie Crabtree, 

Treasurer Myles Gregory, and Advisor Justin Horton



The Kentucky FFA LTC is home to the second largest white oak tree in Kentucky. Every year it is a tradition for chapters across the state to hike to the tree during camp. Pictured is everyone who attended camp at the Wayne County Chapter.


During FFA camp we are faced with obstacles to help us grow as a chapter. This is a picture from one of the ropes course obstacles, the goal is to work together to help everyone get across.


Pictured above is Cole Edwards with his 1st place FFA quiz Plaque. Cole represented the Wayne County Chapter in a competition against various other Freshman competing to be the FFA Quiz Bowl champion. We are very proud of his accomplishment.


Congratulations to McKenzie Bell for becoming a Lake Cumberland Regional FFA Officer - 2019
Wayne County FFA students compete at Lake Cumberland regional FFA Day - 2019
FFA Students Participate in Events Outside the Classroom - 2019
Women in Agriculture Conference Enlighten Several FFA Members - 2018
Bell Elementary students enjoy Science lesson in school garden pumpkin patch - 2018
UK Agriculture Roundup Positive Experience for 11 FFA Students - 2018
Over 400 preschool and Kindergarten students at Walker Early Learning center received a pumpkin - 2018
Walker Early Learning Center Students Enjoy Harvesting Veggies - 2018
School Garden producing fresh veggies for the school cafeteria serving lines - 2018
FFA Officers Receive Training at Camp - 2018


Future Farmers of America Members 2017

FFA members

Future Farmers of America Members 2016


Future Farmers of America Officers 2015


FFA officer camp

Farm to School night

A group of agriculture students and volunteer Polly Sartin put corn in the bin

Ninth grader Tyler Glass carries a freshly picked bucket of corn

Teacher Justin Horton helping volunteers Ronald and Polly Sartin 

Ninth grader Randy Miller picking corn

FFA Officer Drew Phillips carried the corn to the next station

Freshmen (L-R): Grayson Roberts, Cori Guffey, and Kim Jones work together shucking the corn

Matthew Pearcy and Kyle Skeese carrying a basket of corn

Eleventh grader Gabe Dick moving a bin of corn that is being cleaned in the Turner kitchen

(L-R) Students Daylene Dixson, Kirsten Ribbing, volunteer Linda Roberts, and Desirae Stanton silking the corn in a school kitchen

Eggplants fresh from the garden

Agriculture students picking tomatoes

Food Service Assistant Bryant Cross scrubs the corn

Angel Polson, Food Serive Manager from Monticello Elementary, places the corn in the oven to keep warm before serving

Monticello Elemenary students enjoy selecting fresh vegetables in the food line

Monticello Elementary Student Madison Hughes dining on the fresh corn

Food Service Assistant Rosa Tucker places the hot corn in the food line for the high school to enjoy