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FFA is a dynamic youth organization within Agricultural Education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. Although FFA was created in 1928 as Future Farmers of America, the name was changed in 1988 to the National FFA Organization to represent the growing diversity of agriculture. Over the past 80 years, the FFA organization and agricultural education, in general, has grown to encompass all aspects of agriculture, from production farming, agribusiness and forestry to biotechnology, marketing and food processing.

Today, more than half a million student members are engaged in a wide range of agricultural education activities, leading to over 300 career opportunities in the food, fiber and natural resources industries. Student success remains the primary mission of FFA.

There are over half a million FFA members nationwide, with chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. In Ohio alone, over 23,000 members are active in 301 chapters across the state.

The Career Center’s local chapter is part of FFA/Ohio, District 8, Area 3, which covers 16 counties. They include Licking, Knox, Muskingum, Holmes, Guernsey, Tuscarawas, Carroll, Harrison, Belmont, Jefferson, Monroe, Noble, Perry, Morgan and Washington counties, in addition to Coshocton.

Students in the Coshocton County Career Center’s Natural Resources program are members of the local FFA chapter and have the opportunity to compete in leadership and skills contests, earning recognition when they excel. They can also earn their various FFA rank/degrees. Finally, FFA members have the chance to serve the community in a number of philanthropic endeavors throughout the school year. 
This FFA club advisor is Natural Resources instructor Mr. Tim Kilpatrick.
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FFA team finishes first in district Forestry challenge, heads to state contest on Saturday FFA team finishes first in district Forestry challenge, heads to state contest on Saturday
Six members of an eight-man team of high school seniors, studying in the Natural Resources program at the Coshocton County Career Center, dominated this year’s FFA District 8 Forestry Competition. They finished in the top seven spots, out of over 120 contestants, from thirteen different schools. The event was held at Zane State College, Wednesday, September 25. 
FFA holds first meeting, welcomes new members FFA holds first meeting, welcomes new members
CCCC’s local FFA chapter held its first formal meeting of the new school year this afternoon. Newly-appointed officers kicked off the meeting in the traditional FFA way. Officers introduced themselves and their office, each one stating the responsibilities of they perform which support the club and its members. After this, Blake McKee (RVHS) turned the meeting over to club advisor, Mr. Tim Kilpatrick. 
FFA officers attend state convention, participate in leadership activities FFA officers attend state convention, participate in leadership activities
Six Coshocton County Career Center FFA officers had the opportunity to attend the 85th annual Ohio FFA State Convention, last Thursday and Friday, May 2 and 3. 
FFA club ends week-long celebration FFA club ends week-long celebration
Today marked the end of a 5-day celebration of National FFA week at the Career Center. The school’s local chapter, advised by Natural Resources instructor Tim Kilpatrick, sponsored a series of fun activities and theme-oriented dress-up days for students and staff. 
FFA Team members finish third at district Forestry challenge, drop performance at state
After taking home the third highest score at this year’s FFA Forestry challenge at FFA Camp Muskingum on September 25, the three-man team of Jordan Thompson (senior, CHS), Josh Ackley (junior, CHS) and Shelbie Frederick (junior, RWHS) brought home an 18th place finish, out of 33 competing teams, at the state contest-level, which recently concluded on October 8. 
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