CBA grad elected state FFA vice president
By From staff reports
Published in News on June 26, 2013 1:46 PM
A 2012 graduate of Charles B. Aycock High School has been elected state FFA vice president.
Bradley Glover, a rising sophomore at N.C. State University, was chosen for a one-year term of service during the 85th State FFA Convention.
Over the coming year, he will serve as an ambassador for youth, agriculture and education. His commitment includes traveling over 100 days visiting FFA chapters, meeting with agribusiness leaders and representing the state organization in various regional and national meetings.
An animal science/agricultural education major at NCSU, he is the son of Brian and Joy Glover of Pikeville.
While at CBA, he was active in FFA, where Karen Cox was his agricultural education teacher and club adviser.
Ms. Cox said Bradley held offices in the organization all three years, from grades 10 through 12 and participated in many events and contests.
The N.C. FFA Association has 20,000 members in 252 chapters. The student organization is an integral part of the agricultural education program and prepares students for leadership roles and career success.