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  Northeast Area VP
Garrett Case


Favorite Music: ’90s country
Favorite Actor: Adam Sandler
Favorite Store: Academy
Favorite Brand: Magellan
Favorite Movie: “Racing Stripes”
Favorite FFA Activity: Public Speaking
Favorite Speaker: Kelly Barnes
Favorite Drink: Coffee
Favorite Career: Ag teacher
Favorite Hobby: Fishing
Favorite Show: “The Office”
Favorite Fast Food: McDonald’s
Favorite Vacation Spot: Branson, Missouri
Favorite Color: Orange
Favorite Singer: George Strait

Letter to the Members:
Hello, everyone! My name is Garrett Case, and I am serving as the North East Area vice president, and I am so incredibly thankful to have this opportunity.

I grew up in the town of Skiatook, Oklahoma, with my little brother, Luke. My ag teachers were Mr. Nieman and Mr. Soules. I got a little bit of a late start in FFA and had no involvement in agriculture until my freshman year when I competed in the Greenhand Quiz contest. However, I was incredibly fortunate to have won my regional contest and was hooked on the FFA from there on out.

I started my Supervised Agricultural Experience that same year and focused on swine production entrepreneurship, which consisted of purchasing and raising predominately purebred breeding gilts to show at a county and state level. Outside of showing livestock, a few of the contests that I competed in were competitive public speaking, livestock judging and the animal science quiz bowl.

As far as why I chose to be involved in FFA, I got involved originally because my parents told me it would be a fun class and I had a few friends involved in it. But as I got older I realized that it was so much more than just a fun class to be in; this organization gave me my absolute best friends and some of my biggest mentors and is what shaped me into the person I am today.

Looking back on my high school FFA career, I have quite a few memories I could share. But for me some of my favorite memories were from the ag truck rides. Whether it was old school music with Mr. Nieman or talk radio with Mr. Soules, some of the funniest and most impactful conversations came from the hours sitting in the passenger seat with them. I can’t wait for more fun and amazing memories this year with all of you, and words can not express just how excited I am to be able to serve you all.
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