East Clarendon student earns highest FFA distinction

by | January 20, 2014 2:48 pm

By BERT BEASLEY
SPECIAL TO THE MANNING TIMES

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A graduate of East Clarendon High School recently received the highest honor an FFA student may achieve.
Dylan W. Duncan of Gable was recently awarded the American FFA Degree at the National FFA Convention in Louisville. The degree is given to FFA members who have demonstrated the highest level of commitment to FFA and made significant accomplishments in their Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAEs).
See more in the Jan. 23 edition of The Manning Times.

SUBMITTED PHOTO. Dylan Duncan of Gable, a student at Piedmont College and graduate of East Clarendon High School was awarded the American FFA Degree, the organization's highest honor, recently. He stands here with East Clarendon agricultural teacher Bert Beasley, far left, Clarendon 3 Superintendent Connie Dennis, center-right, and East Clarendon Middle-High School Prinicipal Jason Cook.

SUBMITTED PHOTO.
Dylan Duncan of Gable, a student at Piedmont College and graduate of East Clarendon High School was awarded the American FFA Degree, the organization’s highest honor, recently. He stands here with East Clarendon agricultural teacher Bert Beasley, far left, Clarendon 3 Superintendent Connie Dennis, center-right, and East Clarendon Middle-High School Prinicipal Jason Cook.

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