RCA's FFA students compete

Riverside Christian Academy’s Callie Robinson (at right) placed first in the Middle Region Creed Speaking FFA Leadership Development Event on Monday, Feb. 11. Callie will represent Riverside Christian FFA at the State FFA Convention in March. Jimmy White placed third in the Middle Region Star Greenhand competition. Jimmy was selected to represent RCA based on his outstanding Supervised Agriculture Experience program and his involvement in leadership and community service activities. He currently owns and manages his own herd of 25 crossbred Angus cattle and works alongside his grandfather managing his cattle and pecan grove on the 325 acres of farmland in southern Lincoln County. Jimmy has been highly involved in the daily operations since he was 10 years old. He is currently serving as the chaplain of the RCA FFA Chapter.