Samantha Warner

Samantha Warner of Archie, Mo., and Area 7 has been selected the 2009-2010 State FFA President. She is a member of the Archie FFA Chapter. Her advisor is Matt McIntire.

Warner’s FFA Supervised Agriculture Experience Program (SAE) consists of a personalized cake decorating business called Clover Country Cakes and showing and raising registered Limousin steers and heifers.

Warner has previously served as secretary, vice president and president of the Archie FFA Chapter and president of the Area 7 FFA Association.

Warner participated in the Farm Bureau and Missouri Institute of Cooperatives speech contests. She competed at the state level in the Grassland Evaluation Contest and received high individual on the district level. Warner has participated in State FFA Knowledge, Livestock Evaluation, Entomology and Poultry Career Development Events (CDE).

Warner has received proficiency awards in food science technologies and agricultural sales entrepreneurship. She was selected chapter Star Greenhand her freshman year and the Blue and Gold Award winner her sophomore year.

Warner earned recognition in Who’s Who Among American High School Students. She has earned recognition on the principal’s honor roll throughout her high school education. She has received the gold scholarship award for being first in her class every year. While in high school, she was a member of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), the National Honor Society, student council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and served as a class officer. Samantha is an 11-year member of the Archie Achievers 4-H Club. She has also served on the Class County 4-H Council officer team and the State 4-H Council. She has received recognition from the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Veterans of Foreign Wars for her scholarship essays.

Warner plans to attend Missouri State University where she will pursue a degree in agricultural education.

The Missouri FFA has 24,410 members representing 317 chapters. The national organization has more than 507,000 members representing 7,439 local chapters in 50 states, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands.

The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education.


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