South Panola High School FFA member Moiya McCullough was one of 300 FFA members from across the country to attend the Washington Leadership Conference during July 9-14.
McCullough spent the week under the guidance of professionals, counselors and FFA staff in workshops, seminars and small groups. Members focused on identifying and developing their personal strengths and goals while undergoing comprehensive leadership training that will help them guide their local FFA chapters.
The capstone of the event was being able to participate in a civic engagement activity where participants applied what they learned by packing meals for individuals in need in the Washington, D.C., area. Members also toured Arlington Cemetery, the National Mall, the Holocaust Museum and the Capital.
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