If you wore blue and gold corduroy, you likely understand intense feelings that have transcended two decades. March 1989 is a month I remember clearly, even if 20 years have gone by in a blink of an eye. The Municipal Auditorium at Michigan State University had a distinct fervor of excitement, anticipation and apprehension. You see, it was the place where our State FFA Officer team led the Michigan FFA Convention. I recall the thrill of dashing up the aisles during opening ceremonies, rocking the house with a couple of thousand screaming FFA members and working with a group of people who still hold a special place in my heart today. (more…)
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As the harvest season winds down, have you honored your roots in food production? Whether you’re from a farm, the city or someplace in between – we all need to reflect upon our agrarian roots.
I hope this video will help you do that; e-mail or call if you’d like copies for your holiday gifts.