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BPC student earns highest FFA honor
Special to The Archway
Luther Caraway (BPC file photo)
MOUNT VERNON—Luther Caraway, an alumnus of Toombs County High School and current student at Brewton-Parker College (BPC), received his American Future Farmers of America (FFA) degree at the National FFA Convention held in Indianapolis, Ind. Oct. 24-28.
This is the highest degree to be bestowed upon any FFA member.
During Caraway’s tenure as a Toombs County FFA member, he served in the capacities of chapter chaplain and president. At two state FFA Conventions, Caraway also represented Toombs County as a voting delegate. He was very active in various clubs and organizations throughout his high school career, but elected to be most active in the FFA.
Caraway is also active in extra-curricular activities at BPC. He is currently the president of Alpha Omega campus ministries, and is the former president of the BPC Student Government Association (SGA). He is a history education major and hopes to graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Education in 2009.
(Submitted by Sarah Jones, Toombs Co. FFA Alumni)