by Michael Mattison
With her huge involvement in 4-H growing up, Baleigh Peterson said she didn’t know where joining FFA would lead her. That journey grew and eventually led to serving as the State FFA Sentinel last year. The Sentinel is typically the office responsible for welcoming others, having a smiling face and encouraging and including others to become involved. All of the officers shared in many of the duties of each of the offices. During the summer the team hosted a State Leadership Conference which was held for the Greenhands and chapter officers. They planned and conducted workshops and activities to help members get involved in FFA and show them opportunities in the organization.
For the entire story, check out the June 15 issue of the Winthrop News.