Graham Named named State FFA Vice President
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During the 95th Missouri FFA Convention, Noah Graham was named a 2023-2024 State FFA Vice President. Graham is a member of the Clearwater FFA Chapter. His advisor is Kyle Maybury.
Graham’s supervised agricultural experience consists of caring for a herd of commercial purebred Angus feeder calves until they reach market weight. In addition, he is employed by his family’s cow/calf pair operation as a placement SAE.
During his FFA career, Graham served as chapter sentinel, vice president, and president.
Graham competed in the agricultural mechanics career development event and ranked third in the state. He has also competed on the district champion FFA rituals team. In addition, he is a graduate of the Missouri Helping Youth Prepare for Excellence (HYPE) Academy.
Outside of FFA, Graham serves as junior class president and the treasurer of the student council. He also serves as the vice president of Pep Club, and was a member of the baseball and track teams. Graham currently works in his church as a children’s teacher and member of the nominations committee.
After graduating high school, Graham plans to attend the University of Missouri-Columbia to study agriculture systems and technology. After graduation, he intends to return to the family farm where he will implement the technological practice and experience he gains in college.
The Missouri FFA has 26,716 members representing 356 chapters. The national organization has more than 850,000 members representing 8,995 chapters in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.
The FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.