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N FOUNDATIO A F F A D A V NE Vol. IX Issue I January-June 2012

State Convention Highlights of 2011 & upcoming plans for 2012. Get ready to “Go For The Gold.”

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Ag. Ed. Update Meet the new State Advisor. Learn about current facts and activities.

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Shoots Highlights of the Eureka & Gardnerville Sporting Clay Shoots.

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Heart Campaign NV FFA appreciates you. Read about Nevada FFA Loves _____.

Nevada FFA - Go For The Gold

Just ten short months ago, we were selected to serve as the Nevada FFA Association’s 2011-2012 State FFA Officers. We immediately started our year by choosing our theme, “Go For The Gold,” and setting a few goals. Since then it has been a marathon year organizing events, traveling, presenting, and meeting amazing people like you. Student and adult supporters continually “Go for the Gold,” when it comes to the FFA. Thank you! As we mentioned before, we set a few goals this year. One of them was to encourage “ag”vocacy. We want people to realize the importance of agriculture and then spread the news. This fall we created a public relations plan to implement this goal. Please look forward to more updates on our website and social media outlets. See pages 5 and 8 to learn how to connect with us.

Finally, we set a goal to have one of the best state conventions this March. We invite you to experience this event with us as we recognize supporters and members, award students’ outstanding performances, learn from our speakers, and retire from our offices. More details can be found on pages 3 and 4. Thank you for an amazing year. We have appreciated the opportunity to serve you and promote Nevada Agricultural Education. Sincerely, 2011-2012 State Officers

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2011-2012 State Officers President Catelyn Sanders Vice President Kaley Sproul Secretary Mackenzie Campbell Treasurer Tyler Detomasi Reporter Aneill Fisler

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Page 6&7 Page 4&5 Page 2&3 As we mentioned before, we set a few goals this year. One of them was to encourage “ag”vocacy. We wan...

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