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South Dakota FFA’s new leadership

Amanda Nolz
Photo by Dani HerringThis dynamic female duo is taking the South Dakota FFA Association by storm. Marie Jaacks and Tiffany Sanderson are two young leaders ready to make an impact on youth in agriculture.

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The blue FFA corduroy jackets symbolize the bold futures for young people in agriculture. Without a doubt, FFA and agriculture education programs have been stepping-stones for youth leaders in agriculture. Two past FFA leaders are now making their careers in South Dakota because of their past experiences in this youth agriculture program.

Marie Jaacks and Tiffany Sanderson were past members of the FFA and are now filling big positions in South Dakota FFA leadership. Looking back on their previous experiences, it comes to no surprise that these two outstanding women are ready to make a transition as leaders to look up to.

The blue FFA corduroy jackets symbolize the bold futures for young people in agriculture. Without a doubt, FFA and agriculture education programs have been stepping-stones for youth leaders in agriculture. Two past FFA leaders are now making their careers in South Dakota because of their past experiences in this youth agriculture program.

Marie Jaacks and Tiffany Sanderson were past members of the FFA and are now filling big positions in South Dakota FFA leadership. Looking back on their previous experiences, it comes to no surprise that these two outstanding women are ready to make a transition as leaders to look up to.

The blue FFA corduroy jackets symbolize the bold futures for young people in agriculture. Without a doubt, FFA and agriculture education programs have been stepping-stones for youth leaders in agriculture. Two past FFA leaders are now making their careers in South Dakota because of their past experiences in this youth agriculture program.

Marie Jaacks and Tiffany Sanderson were past members of the FFA and are now filling big positions in South Dakota FFA leadership. Looking back on their previous experiences, it comes to no surprise that these two outstanding women are ready to make a transition as leaders to look up to.

The blue FFA corduroy jackets symbolize the bold futures for young people in agriculture. Without a doubt, FFA and agriculture education programs have been stepping-stones for youth leaders in agriculture. Two past FFA leaders are now making their careers in South Dakota because of their past experiences in this youth agriculture program.

Marie Jaacks and Tiffany Sanderson were past members of the FFA and are now filling big positions in South Dakota FFA leadership. Looking back on their previous experiences, it comes to no surprise that these two outstanding women are ready to make a transition as leaders to look up to.


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