Natalee Reeves Participates in Area FFA Creed Career Development Event

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Fannin County Middle School FFA member Natalee Reeves recently
competed in the Area 1 FFA Creed Career Development Event. The event was held at
Sonoraville High School in Sonoraville, Georiga on January 28, 2020.

Natalee Reeves pictured on the left.

The FFA Creed Career Development Event allows students to develop
leadership skills by participating in public speaking activities and by stimulating interest
in leadership and citizenship. Participants must recite the FFA Creed from memory and
answer questions from the judges indicating familiarity with the subject and the ability to
think quickly. Participants are judged on voice, stage presence, power of expression,
general effect, and response to questions. This was Natalee’s first year as a 6th grader
competing at this event. There were 4 rooms that held creed speakers and the top two
from each room will move on to the sub finals. Natalee placed 4th in her room competing
against other 6-9 th grade students.

FFA is a national organization of over 600,000 members preparing for leadership
and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture. FFA is an integral
part of the agricultural education program in public schools. The FFA mission is to
make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for

premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Reeves, a 6th grader, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joey Reeves of Blue
Ridge, Georgia. Cherie White is the Fannin County Middle School FFA advisor.

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FFA Awards

Fannin Middle

FFA Creed

In March, 8th grade FFA member Emilee Thomas represented Fannin Middle in the FFA Creed Speaking competition. For this competition, she has to recite the 5 paragraph standards for all FFA members, as well as answering questions about the history. She advanced to the preliminary round at Ashworth Middle School and she placed fourth in North Georgia.

Middle School Recordbook

Annelise Hughes, a 6th grade FFA member at Fannin Middle, competed in the Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Record Book competition. She received a silver medal for her hard work. For the competition, she created a video about agriculture in Blue Ridge. She toured around local chicken farms and even local agribusinesses such as “A Taste of Amish.” The Record Book competition teaches students how to keep records of their activities towards a single goal.

Emilee Thomas

L-R Annelise Hughes, Layne Epperson, Carsyn Cornelius

Fannin FFA Livestock Show Team Competes in State Event

Rebel's Corner

The Fannin FFA Livestock Show Team recently competed in the State FFA Livestock Show. The event was held at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Georgia February 20-23, 2019.

The Livestock Show Event allows agricultural education students the opportunity to exhibit their livestock in the areas of market beef, sheep, goats, and swine. Team members include Jacob Abercrombie, Brooke Crowder, Patrick Connor, Cody Dills, Blake Dockery, Noah Hess, Kayla Hipp, Layne Epperson, Ethan Long, Jordan Long, Samantha Patterson, Trinity Yohn, and Will Watkins.

In the area of market goats, Ethan Long exhibited his breeding doe in showmanship and the weight class. He placed 8th in his weight class.

In the area of market lambs, Cody Dills placed 9th in 12th-grade showmanship and weight class, Kayla Hipp placed 9th in 11th-grade showmanship and 10th in her weight class. Jordan Long placed 11th in 10th-grade showmanship and weight class.

In the state livestock show, there were 2,167 market hogs. This was the first time that students from Fannin County exhibited market hogs. A special thank you to the Fannin Board of Education for allowing us to house hogs in our new state of the art agriculture facility. Without proper climate controls, it would be very difficult to grow out and show hogs in our cold winter temperatures. The following students were first-time hog show exhibitors Jacob Abercrombie, Brooke Crowder, Patrick Connor, Noah Hess, Layne Epperson, Samantha Patterson, Trinity Yohn, and Will Watkins.

While students had 25 -30 exhibitors per heat per grade level in each class, all students gave a valiant effort showing their hogs in showmanship and weight classes.

FFA is a national organization of over 600,000 members preparing for leadership and careers in the science, business, and technology of agriculture. FFA is an integral part of the agricultural education program in public schools. The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.


Ethan Long and his goat


Kayla Hipp, Jordan Long, and Cody Dill


Jacob Abercrombie and his hog


Jordan Long and his sheep


Kayla Hipp with mother Londa Hipp and sheep


Samantha Patterson and her hog


Back row: Picture is of high school and middle school students  Left to right Ethan Connor, Jordan Long, Cody Dills, Patrick Connor, Blake Dockery, Ethan Long, Jacob Abercrombie, and Noah Hess
Front row left to right:  Blake Nicholson, Chelsea Frye, Zoe Putnam, Trinity Yohn, Samantha Patterson, Layne Epperson, and Brooke Crowder

Fannin FFA Team Places in the Area Nursery/Landscape Career Development Event

Rebel's Corner

The Fannin FFA Nursery/Landscape Team recently placed 4th in the Area I FFA Nursery/Landscape Career Development Event. The event was held at Pickens County High School on February 26, 2019.

The Nursery/Landscape Career Development Event allows students to demonstrate their knowledge in plant materials, plant disorders, cultural practices, design and construction, supplies and equipment, safety, interpersonal relations, marketing and records and reports.

FFA is a national organization of over 600,000 members preparing for leadership and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture. FFA is an integral part of the agricultural education program in public schools. The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Cherie White is the Fannin County FFA advisor. The Nursery/Landscape Career Development Event is sponsored by the Georgia FFA Foundation.

 

Pictured from left to right: Kayden Couch, Samantha Patterson, Brooke Crowder, and Layne Epperson

Feed Fannin celebrates 10 years of service

Community, News, Non Profit

Blue Ridge, Ga. – Feed Fannin is celebrating 10 years of serving Fannin County and throughout the years the all volunteer organization has grown and become a template for other projects across the state of Georgia.

Feed Fannin was founded in 2009 by Barbara Ferer who had a vision of bringing individuals together to “educate and encourage our community towards self-sufficiency while providing food for those in need”.

The very first garden planted in Fannin County was at Davenport Brothers Wood Yard and from there smaller gardens popped throughout the community.
“Our primary goal is to provide food or funds for the pantry,” Feed Fannin Board of Directors member Jane Kimzey said explaining the mission of the organization, and what Feed Fannin has provided to the Family Connection food pantry.

Feed Fannin, 10 Years, Family Connection, Board of Directors, Chairman, Founder, Barbara Ferer, Jane Kimzey, John Sugg, Food Pantry, Gardening, Organic, Agricultural Center, Future Farmers of America, FFA, Fannin County Board of Education, Assistant Superintendent, Robert Ensley, Fannin County Board of Commissioners, Stan Helton, Proclamation, Bowls of Hope, Willow Creek Falls and Vineyard

Representatives from Feed Fannin stand with the Fannin County Board of Commissioners after having a proclamation signed recognizing 10 years of success.

Through organically gardening a variety of produce, which varies year to year, Feed Fannin was able to raise and contribute 7,415 pounds of vegetables to the community in 2018. This large amount is predominantly attributed to, beyond the vast hours of work volunteers put in regularly, the Fannin County School System leasing a tract of land on Ada Street.

According to John Sugg, Chairman of Feed Fannin, acquiring the Ada Street property allowed the organization to grow exponentially.

“We are here today and we have one purpose, to tell you all thank you. This partnership means a lot to us,” Sugg spoke recently to the Fannin County Board of Education.

The Ada Street property was first leased from the school system in 2013, with the first garden being planted on site in April of 2014. The land, which is leased for $1.00 per year, not only allowed for Feed Fannin to move forward in their mission but also opened up an ongoing mutually beneficial relationship between the organization and the local schools.

Working side by side with Fannin County’s Future Farmers of America (FFA), Feed Fannin is excited to see the school system’s new Agriculture Center completed adjacent to their gardens.

“We work closely with their new Ag Center which is a jewel in this community,” Sugg said of the relationship shared with Fannin County schools.

Assistant Superintendent Robert Ensley spoke of the school system’s appreciation for Feed Fannin, “They have been a great partner to us. Through our STEM program and different things, they have helped us financially and been a partner in the community. They do a lot of great things.”

Since their beginning in 2009 Feed Fannin has provided the local food pantry and community with 64,797 pounds of produce. Along with this produce Feed Fannin works to raise money for the Family Connection food pantry.

“We either give the money directly to the food pantry in some cases, but in some cases we use it to purchase milk and eggs,” Kimzey spoke of the use of the funds raised each year.

Since 2009 Feed Fannin has raised over $320,000 to support area projects. Besides general upkeep of gardens and equipment, all money raised goes directly into the community, as there is no paid staff and the organization runs on a volunteer basis only.

Feed Fannin, 10 Years, Family Connection, Board of Directors, Chairman, Founder, Barbara Ferer, Jane Kimzey, John Sugg, Food Pantry, Gardening, Organic, Agricultural Center, Future Farmers of America, FFA, Fannin County Board of Education, Assistant Superintendent, Robert Ensley, Fannin County Board of Commissioners, Stan Helton, Proclamation, Bowls of Hope, Willow Creek Falls and Vineyard

A photo from the 2017 Bowls of Hope fundraiser showing a large crowd enjoying the annual event.

Much of the funds raised for Feed Fannin come from the annual Bowls of Hope fundraiser. 2018 saw record breaking numbers as this fundraiser alone was responsible for bringing in almost $32,000.

So what’s in store for the future of Feed Fannin? Currently more than 168 volunteers work to provide services to the county. These services include year long educational classes, working with local elementary schools on gardening programs, continuing a relationship with Fannin County’s FFA program and stocking shelves with home grown goods for the local food pantry.

Feed Fannin has recently added a research and development team to keep up with the latest methods in gardening and to look into ways to improve an already successful program. An experimental garden has also been added to the Family Connection property and is being funded by an independent organization.

There is work being done to expand Feed Fannin’s allotment garden where individuals with less than ideal conditions for gardening can make use of the community land and plant their own small gardens.

Chairman of the Fannin County Board of Commissioners Stan Helton read from a proclamation acknowledging the work done by Feed Fannin, “Where as hunger in Fannin County continues to be problem, Feed Fannin, a group of individuals have joined forces to eliminate hunger in Fannin County by helping others help themselves through community gardening, education and shared resources.”

Feed Fannin invites all citizens of Fannin County to celebrate with them as they mark 10 years of service in our area. The annual fundraiser, Bowls of Hope, will be held on April 27, 2019 at Willow Creek Falls and Vineyard.

 

 

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Fannin County Young Farmers Association’s 1st Annual Holiday Classic

Rebel's Corner

The Fannin County Young Farmers Association held its first annual statewide Holiday Classic Breeding Ewe and Breeding Doe Show on December 1, 2018 starting at 10:00am at the new Fannin County School System Agriculture Facility. There were over 43 breeding doe entries and 45 breeding ewe entries. The exhibitors were 4-H and FFA members from across the state. Over $2000.00 was given out in prize money as well as $400.00 worth of awards sponsored by Ag Georgia. Kip Williams, Agriculture Teacher and Young Farmer Advisor from Murray County, served as the judge for the day.

Jonah Couch, Fannin County Middle School FFA Member

Kayla Hipp, Fannin County High School FFA Member

Ethan Long, Fannin County High School FFA Member

Jayci White, Fannin County 4-H Member

Livestock show in Perry Georgia

Fannin County High, Rebel's Corner

On October 4th-7th, the Fannin County High School Livestock Show Team competed in Perry,
Georgia at the Georgia National Fair. The show team participated in sheep, goat, and cattle
weight classes and showmanship. The team members were Jordan Long, Kayla Hipp, and
Bretton Williams. Jordan long placed 11th in the weight class and Kayla Hipp received 9th in
her Ewe weight class. Bretton Williams placed 1st in his weight class with his Dexter steer.
Besides competing with sheep, goats, and cattle, team members also enjoyed time at the fair,
viewed the new animal birthing barn, and viewed many educational exhibits.

Fannin County Young Farmers Association members traveled to Moultrie

Rebel's Corner

Fannin County Young Farmers Association members traveled to Moultrie, Georgia to attend the Sunbelt Agriculture Expo on October 16-17.   The Sunbelt Ag Expo 2018 celebrated its 41st year and had over 1200 exhibitors that encompassed 100 acres of exhibit space with over 4000 different product lines.  The group also toured the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association in Macon, Carroll’s Sausage in Ashburn, The Museum of Georgia Agriculture, The Georgia Peanut Commission and Rutledge Farms all in Tifton. This trip is an annual event.

*Pictured front row left to right:  Rhonda Mathews, Sandy Dungy Gilda Lyons, Jeff Queen, Eli Queen
Back row left to right:  Mark Wollschlager, Nick Wollschlager, Darrel Davis, Kenny Holland, Bill Bragg, Kenny Queen,

Fannin County FCCLA attends Fall Leadership Conference

Rebel's Corner

Fannin County Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) attended their Fall Leadership Conference on September 12-13 at the FFA/FCCLA Center in Covington, GA. Thirty-one students attended the conference where they learned about leadership growth and development by participating in team-building events and leadership seminars hosted by Georgia FCCLA State Officers. The Fannin County chapter brought home several awards from the conference.

The chapter placed 3rd in the Lapel Pin Design Competition, designed by senior, Jordan Chance, and 3rd place in the Membership Recruitment Board, created by sophomores Sierra Reynolds, Kaylee Scarbary, and Sydney Tarpley. Freshman, Kathryn Young, and Junior, Bobbi Pippin, both earned the Statesman Award for their scores on an assessment of their knowledge of FCCLA. Hollie Bruggemeier, freshman, was recognized for her completion of the four leadership training sessions while at the conference. Pictured are the 31 students who attended the conference and the students who received awards. From left, Bobbi Pippin, Kathryn Young, Kaylee Scarbary, Sydney Tarply, Chloe Clemmons, and Hollie Bruggemeier.

FFA State Convention

Rebel's Corner

The Fannin County High school FFA recently attended the FFA State Convention.  The event was held at Macon, Georgia on April 26-28, 2018.

Here students joined in on the celebration of several events, participated in competitions, heard from amazing motivational speakers, listened to the retiring state officers address, and heard from our state governor.  In the evening, they were entertained by singing sensation, Frankie Ballard.

The following FFA members attended the conference: Jacob Abercrombie, Andrew Born, Dakota Burke, Hannah Cain, Kayden Couch, Brooke Crowder, Cody Dills, Kayla Dills, Zach Franklin, Kiaya Jones, Taylor Long, Asher Patterson, Shelby Postell, Andrew Seites, Sydney Tarpley, Taylor Tarpley, Aaron Walden, Grace Walden, and Bretton Williams.

While at the state convention, Sydney Tarpley competed and placed 8th in the Agriscience Fair with her project, “Which has a higher hatch rate chicken or quail”.  Andrew Seites competed in the Agricultural Proficiency category and placed 3rd in the state. Tayelor Long was a state officer candidate and part of the courtesy corps.

The FFA has several degrees that a FFA member can acquire while in middle and  high school. They are the discovery, greenhand, chapter, and state degree. All of these degrees require an FFA member to have an SAE, Supervised Agricultural Experience.  The difference is determined by their community service, hours of SAE, money made from the SAE, and participation in their local FFA chapter. The following Fannin County FFA members received their state degree, which is the highest degree in high school, at the state convention:  Asher Patterson, Zachary Franklin, Aaron Walden, Tayelor Long, Hailee Mealer, and Kelly Locke. The American degree is the final degree which can only be earned after a student has graduated high school and presented at our National Convention in October. Last year, Tyler Messer received this honor.  This coming year, Seth Davis will be receiving his American Degree a the 2018 National Convention.

While at this convention, our state Governor Sunny Perdue, signed the house bill SB 330 with the state FFA officers.  This bill that has passed the House and Senate will allow a pilot program of agriculture to be taught at the elementary level.

FFA is a national organization of over 600,000 members preparing for leadership and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture.  FFA is an integral part of the agricultural education program in public schools. The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Cherie White is the Fannin County High School FFA advisor.  The State convention is sponsored by various corporations such as Kubota Manufacturing of America, Yancey Brothers Company, Golden Peanut & Tree Nuts, Walton EMC, and  Georgia’s Ag Tag Sales.

Kayla Hipp places in Area 1 proficiency

Community, Rebel's Corner

Kayla Hipp placed fourth in the Area 1 Entrepreneurship proficiency in Equine Science. Kayla is a sophomore at Fannin County High School. Two years ago, Kayla started her own business, “Breaking Bad Horsemanship.” Kayla takes in problem horses or non-broke horses and corrects their issues.

Kayla is the sole trainer of her business and works hard every day after high school with her horses.  Client horses usually stay between 30 and 60 days or until she has fixed the problem at hand. Kayla has also created, patented, and uses a bridle that she created for training purposes. This bridle helps the horse work more off nose pressure than mouth pressure.

Kayla grew up riding horses at the age of 5. By the time she was 10, she was winning the national saddle-bred competitions. She was a back-to-back champion in the area of saddle-bred pleasure in both 2015 and 2016.  Kayla resides in Epworth, Georgia, and is still taking in new clients. Kayla is active in the Future Farmers of America (FFA) and also a member of the FFA horse judging team. If you would like to reach Kayla regarding her business, please email her at breakinbadhorsemanship@gmail.com.

The FFA proficiency application is a 20-page online application that shows Kayla’s assets, liabilities, objectives, and inventory of her business. She also had to demonstrate good record keeping skills and client communication. Even though Kayla did not advance to the state level this year, she has the opportunity to advance the next two years with the same proficiency. Kayla has been working closely with her advisor Cherie White in hopes that she will be a state winner next year. There are three other main types of FFA proficiencies: Exploratory, Placement, and Research.

Andrew Seitz FFA Proficiency Winner

Rebel's Corner

Andrew Seitz Wins Area Proficiency Award

 

Andrew Seitz, of the Fannin County FFA, recently won the Area 1 FFA Proficiency Award in the area of Agricultural sales for his work on tying fly fishing flies.  Andrew Seitz is the son of Stephen and Connie Seitz of Suches, Georgia and a sophomore at Fannin County High School.

For the past two years, Andrew has taught himself how to make fly fishing flies to use when trout fishing.   He has recently started his own business of selling the fly fishing flies to local customers. He currently makes all types of flies but specializes in nymphs creating many varieties with elk and buffalo hair.  In order to receive the proficiency award, Andrew had to fill out paperwork regarding his inventory, record keeping skills, profit or loss sheet, objectives and outcomes, and resume.

Not only did Andrew win the area 1 but he was also a state finalist.  He will now advance to the state competition held in Macon, Georgia on April 27, 3018.  Here, he will be interviewed by a panel of judges regarding his proficiency application.  He will finish in the top three among the state and will walk across the stage at the state convention and be recognized for his accomplishments.   A first place win at the state level would advance him to the national competition held in conjunction with the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana in October.

FFA is a national organization of over 600,000 members preparing for leadership and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture.  FFA is an integral part of the agricultural education program in public schools. The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Cherie White is the Fannin County FFA advisor.  The Proficiency awards are sponsored by the Georgia Development Authority as a special project of the Georgia FFA Foundation.

Pictured above are some of the fly’s that Andrew has made.

A nymph made by Andrew Seitz.

Andrew Seitz working with his vise to make flys.

Fannin County Future Farmers of America celebrates 2018 National FFA Week, Feb. 17-24

Rebel's Corner

INDIANAPOLIS – The Fannin County Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter in Blue Ridge, Georgia, will celebrate National FFA Week Feb. 17 through 24, 2018. National FFA Week embraces more than 90 years of FFA traditions while looking forward to the organization’s future. More than 653,000 members with a passion for agriculture will participate in activities at local, state and national levels.

Designated a national week in 1947, the week of George Washington’s birthday, National FFA Week runs from Saturday to Saturday and gives FFA members an opportunity to educate the public about agriculture. During the week, chapters conduct a variety of activities to help others in their schools and communities learn about FFA and agricultural education. Fannin County FFA will celebrate National FFA Week by participating in the following activities: proclamation with Mayor Donna Whitener, helping Tractor Supply in Grants for Growing, FFA education of teachers and school board members, “Are You Smarter Than an FFA Member” teacher challenge, FFA members cookie day, crowning of FFA King and Queen, “Find the FFA symbol,” and basic agriculture education throughout the community, a service project, and finally the FFA livestock team will head to Perry, Georgia, for the state livestock competition on Friday.

Today’s FFA members are the innovators and leaders of tomorrow. Through agricultural education and hands-on learning, they are preparing for 255 unique career opportunities in the food, fiber and natural resources industries. National FFA Week is sponsored by Tractor Supply Company.

The National FFA organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to 653,359 student members who belong to one of 8,568 local FFA chapters throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The organization is also supported by 344,239 alumni members in 2,051 alumni chapters throughout the United States.

Fannin Future Farmers of America Horse Judging Team places in state event

Rebel's Corner

FORT VALLEY, Ga. – The Fannin Future Farmers of America (FFA) Horse Judging Team recently placed second in the state FFA Horse Judging Career Development Event.  The event was held at Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley, Georgia, Feb. 10, 2018.

The Horse Judging Career Development Event advances the knowledge of agricultural education students about the selection and management of horses.  Participants in the event judge classes of horses, give oral reasons for class placings and take a written examination.  Team members include Brooke Crowder, Kayla Hipp, Shelby Postell, and Alexis Ware. Shelby Postell was the overall high individual, and Alexis Ware was the third-highest individual of the entire contest.

FFA is a national organization of over 600,000 members preparing for leadership and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture.  FFA is an integral part of the agricultural education program in public schools.  The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Cherie White is the Fannin FFA advisor.  The Horse Judging Career Development Event is sponsored by Flint River Mills (FRM) as a special project of the Georgia FFA Foundation.

Fannin County FFA Members Place In Area FFA Speaking Event

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Fannin County FFA members Tayelor Long and Hilton White recently placed in the
Area I FFA Prepared Public Speaking Career Development Event. The event was held at
Senoraville High School in Senoraville, Georgia on January 30, 2018.

The FFA Prepared Public Speaking Career Development Event is designed to develop
agricultural leadership. Participants are required to write and deliver a speech on an agricultural-
related topic. The participants are judged on content and composition of the manuscript, voice,
stage presence, power of expression, general effect and response to questions asked by a panel of
judges. FFA Senior Tayelor Long placed 3 rd in her division and Hilton White, 8 th grader, placed
7 th in his division. Emily Thomas, Fannin Middle School FFA Member, placed 5 th in her
speaking competition of the FFA Creed.

FFA is a national organization of over 600,000 members preparing for leadership and
careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture. FFA is an integral part of the
agricultural education program in public schools. The FFA mission is to make a positive
difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Cherie White is Fannin County FFA adviser.
The FFA Prepared Public Speaking Career Development Event is sponsored by
Nations Bank as a special project of the Georgia FFA Foundation.

Future Farmers of America is taking pre-orders for fresh strawberries

Rebel's Corner


FFA is taking pre-orders for strawberries.

Full flat with 8 (1 quart containers)- $30

½ flat with 4 (1 quart containers) – $ 15

1 quart container- $4

Checks will need to be made out to FCHS FFA

Orders are due by Feb. 15 with payment.

Send to Cherie White or Rhonda Mathews at Fannin County High School

360 Rebel Circle, Blue Ridge, GA 30513.

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