On October 24th through the 26th, 15 members of the Crestview FFA attended the FFA 91st National Convention.
On their way to Indianapolis they went on two tours. One consisted of the Honda Heritage Center. There they got to tour the museum along with how they make their cars. Members got the the opportunity to see a simulation of how cars are made, as well as participate in hands on activities such as a trivia race and scavenger hunt. The next tour that the chapter went on was the Wilson Football Factory. Members were able to see how a football is made, as well as what all goes into making a football from the United States.
Following Wilson Football Factory, the chapter headed to Indianapolis. On the first night, the chapter went bowling with Clearfork and Northmor members. The next day, members got to tour the Expo Center and then attend the second and third general sessions of National Convention. During the chapter’s time in the sessions, they got to see the CEO of John Deere speak.
On Friday of that week, the chapter was proudly represented by Emma Ardis who made it to the top four in her Veterinary Science job placement. The chapter also is proud to announce that this year Kadie Myers and Dawson Lafever received their American degrees.
Images are Crestview Students that went on Convention Trip
Submitted by Crestview FFA reporters Destiny LaFever and Emily Fry