Toombs County High
Phone: (912) 526-6068
Address: 600 Bulldog Road Lyons, Georgia 30436
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The 2015-2016 Historian of the Toombs County FFA chapter is Karlie Wright. She is a 15 year old rising sophomore. She is the daughter of Wesley and Brittany Wright and the sister of Payton Wright. She enjoys participating in all her studies but agriculture class is one of her favorite because her Ag teachers have made such a huge impact in her life. Being the granddaughter of a farmer, Karlie strives to keep agriculture in her family’s legacy. Karlie’s Supervised Agriculture Experience was to raise three show hogs. This project was very time consuming which taught her many responsibilities and how to manage money. Other than raising her show hogs, her hobbies include spending time with friends and family, scrapbooking for the FFA, and participating in beauty pageants. Karlie is also a member of the Toombs County High golf team. In the future Karlie hopes to be accepted to Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, better known as ABAC, where she plans to pursue a degree in animal health care and production. After college Karlie hopes to open her own Veterinarian Clinic somewhere close to home. Karlie believes that FFA should be a big part of teens today because the motto “Learning to do, Doing to Learn, Earning to live, Living to serve” really holds true meaning to an FFA member’s life. Karlie Wright feels that being the Historian for the Toombs County FFA chapter is an honor and promises to fulfil her duties during her term in office this year.
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through Agricultural Education. Georgia FFA is the 3rd largest state association with more than 37,000 student members and 290 chapters engaged in agriculturally based activities throughout the state. For more information FFA, visit http://georgiaffa.org or contact your local Agriculture Teachers at 912-526-6068.