Eight attend state FFA event

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These Hillsboro High students attended the FFA leadership convention at Rock Springs Ranch last month: front row (from left), Brea Allen, Heather Goldsby, Bri Loewen, Sonya Roberts; back row, Emily Surdez (state FFA president from Sabetha), Andy Klassen, Brandon Brown, Jacob Fish, John Hein, David Winter.

Eight members of the Hillsboro FFA Chapter joinedmore than 280 Kansas FFA members at a leadership convention held July 7-9 at Rock Springs Ranch south of Junction City.

The focus of the 2008 State Conference for Chapter Leaders was embracing the ?Rhythm of Leadership.? Attendees explored ways to develop their ability to lead their local FFA chapters.

On July 8, representatives from Cargill, an international provider of food, agricultural and risk management products and services, paired with FFA advisers to provide perspective about the parallels that Cargill and FFA have in regards to leadership in agriculture.

Participants from Hillsboro were Brea Allen, Heather Goldsby, Bri Loewen, Andy Klassen, Brandon Brown, Jacob Fish, John Hein and David Winter. Adviser Sonya Roberts also attended.

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