Frenship students earn Lone Star Farmer Degrees

Frenship High School students, from left, Lee Conoly, Hannah Weaver and Kolbie Castleberry earned Lone Star Farmer Degrees.

Frenship High School students, from left, Lee Conoly, Hannah Weaver and Kobie Castleberry earned Lone Star Farmer Degrees.

Overview
•After four years of work, three Frenship High School seniors received their Lone Star Farmer Degree from the Future Farmers of America. Throughout the past four years, the students had to meet certain FFA qualifications, including demonstrating leadership abilities, have a satisfactory scholarship record and participating in the planning and completion of the chapter program of activities.

Lone Star Farmer Degree recipients
Name: Lee Conoly.
Parents: Tim and Dawn Conoly.
Grade: senior.
FFA involvement: Four years, livestocks and farming skills.
What does this degree mean to you?: “All of our hard work finally paid off.”
Name: Hannah Weaver.
Parents: Jerry and Donna Weaver.
Grade: senior.
FFA involvement: Four years, leadership, judging and showing hogs.
What does this degree mean to you?: “It’s an honor to be rewarded for all our accomplishments.”
Name: Kobie Castleberry.
Parents: Lainey Castleberry.
Grade: senior.
FFA involvement: Four years, parliamentary, and livestock.
What does this degree mean to you?: “It means a lot that throughout all our involvements and efforts, we’ve been able to accomplish so much.”

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