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I went to the NC Central Region FFA competition today and I won first place with my Proficiency Award, in Agricultural Mechanics: Repair and Maintenance. I used my tractor/lawnmower dealings as the basis for my SAE documentation. I would like to thank those who have helped me out with advice and tips for fixing lawnmowers and other things I've come across in the past couple of years.
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Way-to-go. It's nice to be involved in something where we can share our experiance with someone else.
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sandyhillbill
Good job MAX! You may have taken the first step into your future.Good luck to you.
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Will you go to state? I did the same thing when I was in school. Got a lot of good experiences in FFA. ddh
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Thanks everybody, this is the first step. Next is the state level competition which will be held at NC State University on June 8-10, 2004. If I win the state level, it's a $300 award and a plaque, plus the county will pay my way (as well as the rest of my chapter's way) to Nationals in October in Louisville, KY. Again, I want to thank those who gave me advice and tips on how to fix some of the mowers I've had in the past, I know I would not have gotten this far with out the help.
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Nice work! A couple of years ago I went to an area FFA competiton in Missouri and I was on the seed judging team. It was fun but my team ranked close to last place. Didn't study enough. I don't think they had AG/Mechanics competitions there.
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