The Nipomo FFA chapter recently met President Luke O'Leary and Sentinel Bobby Marchy, two of the six California FFA State officers.
The local club spent two days getting to know the officers.
On Oct. 8, the Nipomo FFA officer team spent the evening adventuring through Pismo, played pool, had dinner and finished the night trying out the famous chocolate-covered crickets from Hotlix.
The next day, the state officers visited Nipomo High School and spent the day motivating and promoting freshmen on what the organization has to offer for them.
State FFA office is the highest position of leadership in the FFA organization, and candidates go through a rigorous amount of interviews and applications to be elected. The officers are charged with the responsibility of providing leadership and direction to the over 87,000 California FFA members throughout the school year.