FFA Week


Malayna Elrod

Anne White rockin’ a stylish hat for Hat Day.

Easton Elrod, Writer

Every year, FFA members across the nation celebrate FFA week. The purpose of this celebration is to promote agriculture and to get agricultural education to the world. It begins on President’s Day, and goes until that Friday.

Tuesday, every FFA officer wore their officer shirts, and other members wore other FFA apparel. Wednesday, members dressed like farm animals, and some were astounding. Thursday, members paid money to wear a hat indoors, and dressed like a cowboy. Friday, FHS’s FFA program continued their tradition of bringing their tractors to school. It was quite the sight to see.

Victoria Peppers
Some of the tractors displayed on Friday.

It’s nice to see the largest club in Fredericktown High School doing things to show their pride, like everything they have shown off this week. It shows how proud they are of their club, and how much they love being a part of it. They don’t always get the attention they deserve, but when they do, they never fail to deliver character and amazing sights.