We visited with the Todd Central FFA Officers in honor of National FFA Week. They talked about their Supervised Agricultural Experiences and what FFA has done in their lives. We start out with President Emily Frogue.

Vice President Chessany Artis is head over the Chairwomen and assists the president when needed. She talks about what FFA has done for her.


Natalie Shemwell keeps a receipt of all meetings as Secretary. She speaks on how FFA has helped her with public speaking and necessary life skills.

Our next officer, Harley Buckley, serves as the chapter Treasurer. Her SAE has her involved in the school’s greenhouse as she helps them to make a profit. 


The Todd Central FFA Instagram and Facebook are both run by Reporter, Molly Skipworth. While her family did not have roots in agriculture she decided to open her own greenhouse boutique. 

Sentinel, Blake Ellis spends his time with his SAE in agricultural power construction with his uncle’s business.

When Emma Nichols is not writing a weekly devotion as Chaplain, she is taking care of a variety of livestock. She discusses her diversified livestock SAE.

Meredith Carter serves as her chapter’s Historian. She is in charge of creating the scrapbook for this year, among other duties. Carter has two SAE’s that she shared with us.


Nakeya Smith is the Growing Leaders Chair. She says that one thing FFA has taught her is leadership. Smith explains what her job is as a chairwomen.

Last but not least, Klarisa Brown, Building Communities Chair Leader, discusses her unique SAE in agriculture education.

To keep up with the chapter you can follow their Instagram or Facebook at ToddCentralFFA.

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