2016 Ohio FFA Convention highlights in photos

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Ohio FFA Convention 2016 (Farm and Dairy photos)

The Ohio FFA Convention recognizes students for their accomplishments as a part of the Ohio FFA association. The 2016 Convention kicked off May 5 and continues through May 6, at the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus.

Ohio FFA Convention Proficiency Interview

Proficiency finalists presented their SAE projects to judges May 5, at the Ohio FFA Convention.
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Ohio FFA Convention Proficiency Interview

Proficiency finalists presented their SAE projects to judges May 5, at the Ohio FFA Convention.
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Ohio FFA Convention Officer Team

Yes, that officer is being flipped by her Ohio FFA officer teammate.
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Ohio FFA Convention Officer Tunnel

FFA members make the tunnel for the Ohio FFA officers.
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Ohio FFA Convention talent show

Chase Cummings, of the Waynesfield-Goshen FFA Chapter, sings his original song "Ain't going nowhere" at the Ohio FFA Convention May 6.
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Ohio FFA officer role call

Ohio FFA president Matthew Klopfenstein calls the role of officers for the last time during the final session of the Ohio FFA Convention, May 6.
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Ohio FFA Convention Talentshow

Terra Ficke, of Blanchester FFA, belted out Dolly Parton's classic, Jolene, during the talent show May 5 at the Ohio FFA Convention.
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Ohio FFA Convention Dave Roever

Vietnam War Veteran, Dave Roever, shared why he loves FFA members during the second general session of the Ohio FFA Convention, May 5.
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Ohio FFA Convention Lip Sync Battle

FFA members challenge each other to a friendly Lip Sync battle.
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Ohio FFA Convention Crestview FFA

Crestview FFA students at the Ohio FFA Convention, May 5.
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Ohio FFA Convention talent show

Macey Butchko, of Firelands FFA, sings some Sugarland during a session at the Ohio FFA Convention.
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Ohio FFA Convention Officer Handshake

Ohio FFA officers, President Matthew Klopfenstein and Vice President at-large Ryan Goddard, greet each other with a secret handshake on stage.
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Ohio FFA officer team

Ohio FFA officers hug fellow officer Matthew Klopfenstein after he gives his retiring address as president.
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Ohio FFA Choir

The Ohio FFA Chorus sings Taylor Swift's Shake it Off.
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Ohio FFA Convention 2016

FFA members wait for the next session of the Ohio FFA Convention to start.
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FFA Convention Loflin

Author and speaker Jones Loflin shared four thoughts on how to boost your impact during the third general session of the Ohio FFA Convention, May 6, in Columbus.
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Ohio FFA Band

The Ohio FFA Band plays a medley of Star Wars music during the Ohio FFA Convention.
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Ohio FFA Convention Second Presession

During the second presession of the Ohio FFA Convention, May 5, FFA members showed us how well they knew their friends.
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Ohio FFA Convention Star Chapter Awards

Congratulations to the Star Chapter Degree winners: Maggie Hovermale, Ag Placement; Shaun Wenrick, Agribusiness; Nathanael Freeman, Agriscience; and Clay Gerfen, Star Farmer
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Ohio FFA Convention first session

6,801 FFA members and guests filled the Celeste Center for the second general session of the Ohio FFA Convention, May 5.
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Ohio FFA Convention 2016

In between sessions, FFA members visited with agricultural businesses, colleges and shopped at the Ohio FFA Convention, May 5.
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Ohio FFA Convention Bricker Building

The Bricker Building was the place to be for proficiency interviews and trade show exploring in between sessions of the Ohio FFA Convention, May 5.
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Ohio FFA Convention Proficiency Interview

Proficiency finalists presented their SAE projects to judges May 5, at the Ohio FFA Convention.
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Ohio FFA Convention Lip Sync Battle

FFA members challenge each other to a friendly Lip Sync battle.

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Catie Noyes lives in Ashland County and earned a bachelor's degree in agriculture communications from The Ohio State University. She enjoys photography, softball and sharing stories about agriculture. Formerly a reporter for the Farm and Dairy, Catie is now pursuing her master's degree in education.

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