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Meet the Gilman FFA leadership team

Meet the Gilman FFA leadership team Meet the Gilman FFA leadership team

Hello, my name is Kali Anderson and I am a junior at Gilman High School. I have been in FFA since I was in sixth grade and have been an officer since freshman year. FFA has been an important activity in my life, I’ve met plenty of new people over the years that I’m still friends with today.

I have learned and experienced enough to last a lifetime, thanks to the FFA. I will forever be thankful for everything FFA has taught me and gave me the opportunity to experience. I’m only a junior but I hope to continue my education by going to a university and majoring in psychology.

Hello! My name is Sydney Webster, I am the Gilman FFA reporter. I have been in FFA since seventh grade and I have learned so much from it. FFA is a great way for kids to learn great leadership skills, improve teamwork, and work on organization skills. In the future I plan on attending Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) for their nursing program. With the communication and teamwork skills that I have learned from FFA my journey at CVTC will be much easier.

Hi, my name is Ethan Grunseth. I have been an officer for the Gilman FFA Chapter for four years now. FFA has opened my eyes to so many amazing things, opportunities, skills, and so much more. I met so many amazing people in the past four years and the memories I have made will stay with me forever. After graduation, I plan on attending Northcentral Technical College’s (NTC) Electrical Power Distribution program and eventually become a journeyman lineman at a local electric company.

My name is Mikayla Wiachulis and I have been a part of the Gilman FFA for six years. To me FFA has been a chance to step out of my comfort zone and try new things. It has been the stepping stone to many other leadership opportunities. I have met so many new people who are not from my tiny village of Gilman, and learned about how different the culture of a community can change just by heading 15 miles in any direction. FFA has really helped me to open my eyes and learn to help the world around me. After high school I will attend UW-Stevens Point to major in chemistry and minor in education. I have plans to be a high school chemistry teacher.