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Mannford’s Brendlee Genzer – Corridor Area fFA spotlight

Brendlee Genzer is a senior at Mannford High School and a member of his school’s FFA chapter. But Genzer is more than just a member. He serves as FFA chapter president and is student council president.

Genzer first got involved in FFA when he was in middle school.

“In seventh grade, I joined 4-H and participated in a public speaking competition that led me to joining FFA in the eighth grade,” said Genzer. “There are many different aspects of FFA I enjoy, but where I have found the most joy is raising and exhibiting livestock.”

As a member of FFA, Genzer is involved in showing livestock, public speaking and livestock judging.

Like many other students who get involved in FFA, Genzer was encouraged to do so by one of his teachers.

“My ag teacher, Mr. Childers, and former state FFA reporter, Jake Landrum, both encouraged me to get involved with FFA. I’m thankful to both of them for their encouragement and mentorship throughout my time in FFA,” said Genzer.

Over the years, he has made many great memories and been part of many opportunities to learn and expand his knowledge of agriculture and livestock.

“My favorite memory would be being selected for the North East Chapter Officer Leadership Training vice president role for opening ceremonies my junior year,” said Genzer.

As if he wasn’t busy enough, Genzer finds time to devote his attention to many other activities at school.

“I have been involved in student council the past four years, and I’m currently serving as student council president. I’m the senior class reporter, a member of National Honor Society, involved in speech and debate, and I also have participated in cross country and golf,” said Genzer. “In my free time I enjoy spending time with my animals and teaching my younger brothers how to take care of livestock. I also enjoy spending time with my friends.”

Once he has graduated from Mannford High School, Genzer plans to attend college and pursue his bachelor’s degree.

“After graduating I plan on attending Oklahoma State University and major in Biosystems Engineering,” said Genzer.

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