Local businesses and community members support BHS FFA Chapter

Published 4:07 pm Tuesday, August 21, 2018

“Alone we can do so little, but together we can do so much.”

This quote could not be more true not only to life but for those who have been and continue to support our FFA chapter. Over the summer, the BHS FFA officers set a goal to attend the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.

This is a week long leadership conference filled with career tours, network capabilities with over 60,000 FFA members from across the nation and opportunities to connect with over 300 business and colleges in the agricultural industry. The team set this as an officer team goal and have worked diligently to achieve this goal. In addition to setting this goal, the officers also planned to work closely with community members and businesses in effort the advocate for the industry that feeds and clothes us, Agriculture.

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We would like to highlight the businesses that are helping the BHS FFA officer team travel to National FFA Convention. These businesses and community members are: First Port City Bank of Decatur County, Danny S. Shepard, Port City Animal Hospital, Elberta Crate and Box Company, Delta Tire Pros., Ivey’s Funeral Home, Southwest Georgia Farm Credit, Carter’s Fried Chicken, First Port City Bank, First State Bank, John Lane & Associates LLC, Decatur County Young Farmers Association, Robert M. Cohen III, Peoples South Bank, Avery Crop Insurance, Barber Fertilizer Company, Stone’s Home Center, John B. Sanfillippo and SC Lawncare. The officer team is still short of their goal for travel however, the support from these businesses and individuals is greatly appreciated by all.