The Georgia FFA Association has announced that five members of the Jackson County FFA chapter have qualified for the State FFA Degree.

Those members are: Ethan Culver, Garitt Wolter, Casandra Jones and Madyson McDaniel.

The state degree is the highest honor that the state association can bestow on its members. In order to qualify students must have completed 300 hours or invested $1,000 in their supervised agriculture experience, participated in five different FFA events above the chapter level, completed 20 hours of community service and completed at least two agriculture education courses in high school.

These degrees will be awarded at the Georgia FFA Convention once a new date is set for the annual event.

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