Madison­-Plains FFA members awarded highest honor


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American Degree recipients are Roger Mason,­ left, and Rachel Garrison. Ethan Fryer also received an American Degree.


Contributed photo | Madison­-Plains FFA

Three graduated members from the Madison­-Plains FFA chapter received the highest degree attainable in the FFA, the American Degree.

The three were recognized at the 87th annual National FFA Convention in Louisville, Kentucky.

The degree requires the recipients to meet specific extensive requirements. This year’s recipients included Roger Mason, Rachel Garrison and Ethan Fryer.

These three members combined made a total community economic impact of $98,000 over their four years of agriculture education and dedicated over 9,509 hours of their time to their home chapter.

“The Madison-­Plains FFA Chapter is very proud to see it’s members go so far and would like to congratulate them on their hard work,” a spokesperson said. “These three give the chapter hope in knowing anything is possible and hard work pays off.”

Submitted by Madeline Manning, M-P FFA assistant reporter.

American Degree recipients are Roger Mason,­ left, and Rachel Garrison. Ethan Fryer also received an American Degree.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/11/web1_MPFFAAmericanDegreepiccol.jpgAmerican Degree recipients are Roger Mason,­ left, and Rachel Garrison. Ethan Fryer also received an American Degree. Contributed photo | Madison­-Plains FFA

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