Orange County Future Farmers of America (FFA) President Cole Ryder recently visited with the kindergarten classes at Gordon-Barbour Elementary School. Each year, some of the seniors in the agriculture classes return to their elementary schools to visit with kindergartners and talk about agriculture and the FFA and share their experiences in school. The visits give FFA members a chance to complete the educational cycle from kindergarten to graduation. The student delivers a gift made in the agriculture lab to each child. The visits and gifts represent the culmination of years of planning and community service projects as part of the FFA program. For many, this is a very rewarding experience. As one FFA member recently said, “the look on the children’s faces will be a memory for a lifetime and an inspiration to continue with community service for the rest of our lives.”