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Jonathan Carpenter, FFA Interview

Q: Tell me about your involvement with the Macon County fair as an FFA student, out of all of that, what was your favorite part?
Paige Watkins
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A: I helped work the FFA booth. My favorite part was selling the raffle tickets and waiting to see who won!

Q: Tell me all of the Agriculture classes you've taken in the past, which one was your favorite?
Paige Watkins
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A: I have none this semester, but I have Agriscience next semester.

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Q: Tell me about your plans after high school.
Paige Watkins
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A: I was to go to college to be an EMT.

Q: Did you show any animals in the Macon County fair this year? If not, what are some of the things that do you to contribute to the Macon County fair?
Paige Watkins
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A: Yes, I showed a Dairy heifer!

Q: Do you attend the fair every year, or did you recently start coming?
Paige Watkins
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A: Yes, I attend every year.

Q: Tell me about some of the things you have done in FFA this year.
Paige Watkins
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A: I showed a dairy heifer and helped with the FFA booth during fair week.

Q: What does FFA mean to you?
Paige Watkins
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A: It means family, livestock, responsibility, and fun. It’s a great learning experience!

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FFA Interview: Jonathan Carpenter