Local FFA member becomes statewide President - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Local FFA member becomes statewide President

Blake Vineyard, left, receives a gavel after being chosen as the next Texas FFA President. Source: FFA Facebook page. Blake Vineyard, left, receives a gavel after being chosen as the next Texas FFA President. Source: FFA Facebook page.
ACUFF, TX (KCBD) -

Blake Vineyard of Acuff, a recent graduate of Roosevelt ISD, is the new Texas FFA State President as announced on Friday. Vineyard had previously been the statewide Vice President, the Area President, and the Lubbock District President. 

A long list of well-wishers on the FFA's Facebook page commented on Vineyard's selection.  Some specifically mentioned that Vineyard had a particularly strong performance when giving a speech to the FFA's 84th Texas Convention last week in Corpus Christi.  

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