Sakia Brost elected pres­i­dent of Utah State FFA As­so­ci­a­tion


The Utah State FFA Con­ven­tion was held in Rich­field in March. Sakia Brost, a stu­dent at Salem Hills High School, took the op­por­tu­nity to run to be on the 20162017 State Of­fi­cer team along with 20 other FFA mem­bers from across the state. The nom­i­nat­ing com­mit­tee was made up of 13 mem­bers from FFA chap­ters within Utah that didn’t have mem­bers run­ning for of­fice.

Af­ter many days of in­ter­views and tests, the hour fi­nally came for the long-awaited an­nounce­ment: which mem­bers would fill the six Of­fi­cer Team spots. Ev­ery­one held their breath as the last po­si­tion was left to be filled, and the room erupted in ap­plause and screams as the Nom­i­nat­ing Com­mit­tee an­nounced, “Your 2016-2017 State Pres­i­dent, from the chap­ter of Salem Hills ... Sakia Brost!”

Sakia has dreamed of be­com­ing a state FFA of­fi­cer since she was 6 years old, and on March 12, that dream came true. Sakia is very ex­cited to serve the FFA or­ga­ni­za­tion and the com­mu­nity of this great state of Utah. The Salem Hills FFA Chap­ter would like to con­grat­u­late the five other of­fi­cers that will be join­ing her in this ad­ven­ture: Wayson Foy of Wasatch, Mariah Pace of Bear River, Mat Gon­der of Manila, Alle­sha Are­hart of Sky View and An­da­lyn Hall of Springville.

Sakia Brost

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