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Monthly Archives: November 2020

Clouds – What Legacy Will You Leave?

Truth be told, I spend a lot of time on Tik Tok… If you also spend time on Tik Tok, you know that oftentimes they may not tell the whole story, try to feed you false information, or over exaggerate … Continue reading

Give Yourself Grace

This past couple weeks has been really busy for me and my stress levels have been high. I’ve made mistakes, mixed up dates, and gotten very frustrated with myself. I was talking to my mom about it and she told … Continue reading

Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can you?

One of my favorite books as a child was Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can you? Although Dr. Seuss has authored many amazingly wonderful books, Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can you? will always be one of my favorites. It takes us … Continue reading

Fostering Growth

Supervised Agricultural Experiences can look different for every student. Some FFA members might have an SAE in crop production, lifeguarding, working at a hospital or growing pumpkins. One Blue Valley FFA member’s SAE looked small, furry and full of energy. … Continue reading

Seizing Opportunities

Elyssa Jolley from the McLouth FFA Chapter has been working to enhance her SAE during the COVID-19 pandemic. Her SAE consists of developing a goat herd and all the behind-the-scenes work that contributes to it.  “Developing my SAE has had … Continue reading

Changing Courses

Is there something you think your community could greatly benefit from? For the Arkansas City FFA chapter, there was a clear answer to this question that would take the form of a disc golf course. The idea was dreamed up … Continue reading

Leaving Your Impression

I went home this past week, and I was surprised by how much had changed. Road work that had been finished, buildings that had been torn down, things of that matter. Very few things in life remain the same, even … Continue reading