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Writer’s Block

Writing these blogs is nothing new to me. Our officer team was elected last May. There are six of us, and we rotate writing every six weeks, producing one blog a week. I know my spot in the rotation. It’s … Continue reading

Making a Mental Scrapbook

Let’s paint a picture: Christmas morning 2011, the last present opened is a camera. Not just any camera, a light blue digital camera. It was the present from my dreams when I was 10. Keeping pictures for scrapbooks is a … Continue reading

Attempting to Impress

As a small child I, like many others, did as many things as possible to get my parents to pay close attention to me or be impressed. Sometimes this came in the form of talent shows in the living room, … Continue reading

Running with Scissors

At some point in our lives we hear the advice to not run with scissors. Typically, we first heard this statement in our kindergarten classroom when our teacher was attempting to keep injuries minimal during arts and crafts time. No … Continue reading

Turning the Page

“There comes a time when you have to choose between turning the page and closing the book.” In life we are faced with many paths to take and decisions to make. When it came time for running for State Office, … Continue reading

“Honor tradition, embrace change”

Happy December first, all! If you’re anything like me, the day after Thanksgiving, holiday decorations were put up, the Hallmark channel was on, and my Christmas playlist was put on a continual loop. Okay, well, I maybe have to confess … 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

Different is Not Deficent

Hey friends! If you know me very well, then you know that I’m pursuing a secondary major in the Staley School of Leadership Studies at K-State entitled “Global Food Systems Leadership”. And if you know me REALLY well, you know … Continue reading

Living in the Moment

Hi friends! My name is Hannah Graybill and I have the honor of serving as your 2020-2021 Kansas FFA Sentinel. I am, officially, an alumnus of Labette County High School down in Southeast District. While being a member of the Labette County FFA Chapter, I kept fairly busy. My favorite CDE was Vet Science and in the case of LDE’s, Parliamentary Procedure. Continue reading

Unapologetically You

Hello friends! My name is Hattie Polson and I am currently serving as your 2020 – 2021 State Reporter. My hometown is Frankfort, Kansas where I was a member of the Frankfort FFA Chapter in the Northeast District. Some of … Continue reading