Cleveland serves on state convention courtesy corps

Josey Cleveland of the Henrietta FFA served as a member of the courtesy corps at the Texas FFA State Convention July 8-12.

Josey Cleveland of the Henrietta FFA served as a member of the courtesy corps at the Texas FFA State Convention July 8-12.

Josey Cleveland of the Henrietta FFA Chapter served as a Courtesy Corps at the 85th annual Texas FFA State Convention held July 8-12 in Dallas.

The Courtesy Corps is a team of student volunteers who handle many logistical functions at the nation’s largest state FFA convention with a recorded attendance of more than 11,000 members and guests.

Josey is the daughter of Scott and Sherry Cleveland and is currently serving as the Henrietta FFA Secretary and the Wichita District FFA president.

Henrietta FFA has had a long history of being an active part of the nation’s largest state FFA associations of more than 95,000 members. One key function of the FFA organization is to provide its members ample opportunities to apply their classroom training in real world environments, as well as provide a means for personal leadership and career success.

Learn more about the Henrietta FFA organization here.

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