Fairland's Chloe Brown – FFA Spotlight Presented by Oklahoma AgCredit
By Ember McElrath
Fairland High School FFA student Chloe Brown has been involved with agriculture since her 4-H days as a young girl dreaming about the day she would be in FFA like her older sister. Chloe is currently a junior at the high school and highly involved with her FFA chapter. During her FFA career she has shown pigs, goats, been involved with OCC and creed speaking, cattle grading, served as secretary and currently vice president.
Being so highly involved, there are many things that Chloe enjoys about being part of such a diverse club, but her favorite thing is all about the people.
“My favorite part about FFA is the chance to meet new people and make real personal connections,” said Chloe.
FFA has taught Chloe several lessons, but the one lesson that she loves the most is leadership.
“I really love going to the leadership conferences and listening to keynote speakers,” said Chloe. “Something that really stuck with me lately is that you could be in a million places right now, but you are right here for a reason.”
Chloe is not only active in her FFA chapter, she is also part of the school’s track and cheer team, a competitive cheer team, NHS, Gifted and Talented, and Native Youth Club.
This year Chloe is looking forward to making it a great one.
“We have a good officer team this year and I know we will accomplish big things,” said Chloe.
In her free time Chloe enjoys spening her time at the gym working on her cheer and tumbling skills. After high school Chloe would like to earn a degree in physical therapy, but that doesn’t mean she is leaving her FFA roots behind.
“I would love to have some livestock in a field and a small garden,” Chloe said.