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Clara Duncan


Color: Pink
Snack: Cheez-Its, beef jerky, popcorn, milk chocolate pretzels
Fast-Food Restaurant: Chick-fil-A, Panda Express
Drink: Dr. Pepper, Sweet tea, coffee
Hobby: Anything outside
Movie: “Remember the Titans,” “Legally Blonde”
TV Show: “The Office,” “Friends”
Song/Genre: “All Hail King Jesus,” Bethel Music; “Why Johnny,” Megan Moroney/country or Christian
Scent: Anything flowery or vanilla
Holiday: Christmas and Fourth of July
Book: “The Notebook” by Nicholas Sparks, the Bible
Sport: College football
FFA Activity: Prepared Public Speaking
Animal: Cattle

Letter to the Members:
Hey there, Oklahoma FFA! My name is Clara Duncan, and I am so excited and honored to serve as your 2023-2024 state FFA reporter.

I graduated from Chickasha, Oklahoma, and I have attended school there since fifth grade after moving from Elk City, Oklahoma. My dad is a youth pastor in Chickasha, and my mom is a stay-at-home mom while she runs an at-home bakery. I have three younger siblings: Ellie, Carter and Norah, two of whom are also FFA members this year.

Throughout high school, I was involved in several different activities outside of FFA: I was on the cheer team all four years, I played basketball my freshman and sophomore years, I helped with Student Council, and I was on a few different student boards and councils. My favorite activity in high school was attending sporting events, and I always worked to be the loudest on the sidelines or in the student section. Win or lose, I will always cheer for the Chickasha Fightin’ Chicks.

Outside of school, I was heavily involved in my youth group at FBC Chickasha. I led worship and was on the leadership team, serving wherever I could.

Neither of my parents participated in FFA in school, although my mom grew up on a farm, and her brother and father were members, so she was somewhat familiar with the organization. My uncle is an FFA adviser in southeastern Oklahoma, and he is the reason I enrolled in an ag class my freshman year.

I was a cheerleader and basketball player at the time, and FFA wasn’t something I ever thought I would be super involved in. I knew I wanted to show steers, but other than that, I was going to coast through ag and FFA. Little did I know that in the next two years, I would be participating in Leadership and Career Development events such as public speaking and land and homesite evaluation, as well as trying out two Supervised Agricultural Experiences: raising honeybees and exhibiting lambs. As I move on to the next chapter of my FFA career, I will also be moving into the next chapter of my life. I will be attending Oklahoma State University in the fall majoring in agricultural communications. I am so pumped to serve alongside some of my closest friends and meet all of you this year.
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