Brooke Wray:

    FFA Day is one of Southeast High's biggest events during the school year. Because FFA is the largest club in the school we strive to make this day the best that it can be for our community and student body. I have been a member for 4 years now and it has truly been a life changing experience. I have been the treasurer, secretary, and now the president of FFA. The community is always very involved and supportive of our efforts and we appreciate them very much!

Megan Moser:

   I think FFA Day is a great experience for younger kids to come out and learn about agriculture and have fun while doing it. Everyone has a lot of fun pitching in and helping out to get ready for the big day. Everyone in the Southeast Guilford community knows about our FFA Day! There is never a dull moment!

Keandra Howard:

   FFA Day is right around the corner! On Friday, April 26th, there is going to be a plethora of activities to do and animals to see. All of the excitement is going to surround the primary purpose of FFA Day, which is to celebrate the wonderful world of agriculture. This event is not at all a small scale project, but instead is a monumental occasion that involves extensive planning and the help from many individuals. This includes people in our school, including students, student clubs, teachers, and other staff, and members of the community, lending a helping hand in providing us with the necessary supplies needed to make FFA Day successful. It's a day that people of all ages can enjoy. Whether it is children expressing their imagination through painting a barn or high school students and teachers petting the horses, goats, or other famr animals, there is fun for all to enjoy! Other than the activities, FFA Day offers an array of good food including hot dogs, hamburgers, funnel cakes, and treats that the individual student clubs offer such as snow cones, cup cakes, and candy apples. All in all, FFA Day has a lot to offer and we hope to see you there!

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