Quote: Firefighting is not about what is in your wallet, its about who is.
Hobbies:Hunting, Fishing, Small scale pyro technics, and Target shooting
Why did you join FFA?
Some of my friends had took ag in 2005 and 2006 and had a good time. When I was signing up for classes they told me to do ag and other of my friends in my class were taking ag so I decided to. All of the activities seemed fun so I decided to give it a try. I also thought about the benifits, like college funds and leadership roles.
What has been your most challenging FFA experience?
The most challenging for me was learning parli pro rules. I wasent use to all of the specifics seeing that all of the meetings I have been to are not as official as FFA. I still find it hard to memorize all of the specifics of the rules. And then the rules would get mixed up and I would second privious question and get laughed at. So that was not an enjoyable experience.
Who has had the greatest impact on your life?
There has been a few people that have had an influence on me. But the most is prably my grandapa. He has taught me how to shoot, drive and a whole bunch of things. He has taught me that work will pay off. And that frequent napping will to.
If you had a million dollars, what would you do with it?
I would prabably startout by getting my dream truck. Then get a house to keep it at. Then I would fund my "end of the world" stock pile. And after that I would buy a new nick-name (long story). Other wise I would save it and gather intrest.
FFA has been a positive influence on me by having me do more leadership roles. I hope to participate in more compititions and events. I know that our officer team works hard to plan the events so I try to go to as much as posible. Rather it be my SEA or FFA events I alwase try to participate. I hope FFA will continue to go as it has been.