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Future Farmers of America

ORGANIZATION

Agriculture education advocacy group, founded 1928 in Kansas City, Missouri. Granted a federal charter in 1950, and admitted girls in 1969. Renamed to FFA to remove itself from the (stigma?) of farming.

Official Website:
http://www.ffa.org/

Founding Date:
1928

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dan Bartlett
Government
1-Jun-1971   White House communications director
Rick Berg
Politician
16-Aug-1959   Congressman, North Dakota
John R. Block
Government
13-Feb-1935   US Secretary of Agriculture, 1981-86
Robert H. Brooks
Business
6-Feb-1937 16-Jul-2006 Hooters chairman
Sam Brownback
Politician
12-Sep-1956   Governor of Kansas
Jimmy Carter
Head of State
1-Oct-1924   39th US President, 1977-81
Larry Craig
Politician
20-Jul-1945   US Senator from Idaho, 1990-2009
Sheryl Crow
Singer
11-Feb-1962   All I Wanna Do
Jim Davis
Cartoonist
28-Jul-1945   Garfield
Morris Dees
Activist
16-Dec-1936   Bankrupted the Klan
Steve Doocy
Journalist
19-Oct-1956   Fox & Friends
John Engler
Politician
12-Oct-1948   Governor of Michigan, 1991-2003
Don Henley
Musician
22-Jul-1947   The Eagles
Tim Huelskamp
Politician
11-Nov-1968   Congressman, Kansas 1st
Nicholas D. Kristof
Journalist
27-Apr-1959   New York Times Op-Ed columnist
Jerry Litton
Politician
12-May-1937 3-Aug-1976 Congressman from Missouri, 1973-76
Lyle Lovett
Country Musician
1-Nov-1957   The Road to Ensenada
Bill Sarpalius
Politician
10-Jan-1948   Congressman from Texas, 1989-95
Charlie Stenholm
Politician
26-Oct-1938   Congressman from Texas, 1979-2005


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