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Brenna Bays - Parliamentarian
Adams-Friendship FFA Chapter - Section 6
bbays@wisconsinffa.org
Hello, Wisconsin FFA!
Jun. 27, 2015
Hello Wisconsin FFA! My name is Brenna Bays from the Adams-Friendship FFA Chapter and I am honored to serve as your next Section VI State FFA Officer and State Parliamentarian. This past week has flown by and I can only begin to imagine how quickly this year will go by. At the WAAE (Wisconsin Association of Agricultural Educators) Professional Development Conference, my team and I were able to begin getting to know each other, but also meeting all of your amazing Ag Teachers! Over the past week, my teammates were able to learn a lot about me, but I believe it is time for you to know some interesting facts about my life.

First of all, my name is Brenna Minoka Bays and I have lived on my families third-generation dairy farm in Adams, Wisconsin all of my life. On the farm, we milk 35-head of Holstein Dairy Cows, where we have been transitioning to a replacement heifer operation rather than a milking operation. I own two Crossbred Market Hogs and two Hereford Steers, which I raise to sell at the Adams County Livestock Sale. My parents are Jim Bays II and Molly Wiese. I have one brother named Collin and three dogs names Jack, Casey, and Bella. My grandparents are Jim and Mary Ann Bays and the late Jim and Joan O’loughlin. I graduated from Adams-Friendship High School in 2015 as Valedictorian and will be attending UW-Platteville to major in Animal Science. After college, I am undecided of what I want to do for my career. I am interested in cattle genetics and reproduction, but I also am beginning to develop an interest of becoming an Ag Teacher. My favorite color is purple and I am a HUGE Frozen fan. I absolutely love meeting new people and sharing my story about agriculture.

This past week at the WAAE Conference I was able to learn about how special it is to be an ag teacher. As Sally was introducing the team at the WAAE Banquet, she said these words that are so important in all our our lives. She said that, “though we may be standing on center stage, achieving our goals, our Ag Teachers and FFA Advisors are always standing back-stage cheering us on.” For sure, I know I would not be in the position that I am without my Ag Teacher, Ms. Grabarski. Our Ag Teachers and FFA Advisors dedicate their lives to making sure all of us live ours with no regrets. Thank you for all that you do.

So Wisconsin FFA, that is a little about me and I hope to get to know all of you more throughout the year!


Stay True and Blue,

Brenna Bays
2015-2016 State Parliamentarian
bbays@wisconsinffa.org
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