Kellen Lincoln of Baldwin High will be president of Alabama State FFA

Staff Report
Posted 7/21/22

BAY MINETTE — Kellen Lincoln, rising senior at Baldwin County High School, will spend the school year serving as the president of the Alabama State Future Farmers of America. She was elected to …

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Kellen Lincoln of Baldwin High will be president of Alabama State FFA

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BAY MINETTE — Kellen Lincoln, rising senior at Baldwin County High School, will spend the school year serving as the president of the Alabama State Future Farmers of America. She was elected to the role at the recent state convention.
As state FFA president, Lincoln will lead chapters from across Alabama while also attending local, district, state and national FFA events.
For years, she has played an active role in her family's cattle business. As a freshman, she began her career in the FFA by attending the state convention. BCHS Advisors David Garrett and Andy Jones saw the potential she possessed and wanted to give her the opportunity to see how big Alabama FFA was and how it could impact her future.
During her three years in her local chapter of the FFA, she has served as the chapter secretary, chapter junior advisor, chapter president and as the South District FFA president.
Lincoln has competed in the county, district and state competitions as part of the land judging and livestock judging teams. She also shows cattle at many local events and competes at the Alabama Junior Beef Expo and the Alabama Junior Cattlemen's Expo.

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