Every year, FFA spends money on entertainment to join them at their banquet. With 125 members in FFA, the students come together to prepare for the meal and activities during the event. They decide who will be coming to their banquet a year in advance. The meal is served by Two Palms and the ceremonies give recognition to the seniors leaving the Audubon Chapter. Awards to seniors and other members are given in front of friends and family members. The brothers will give a presentation about farming and agriculture as a whole and what being an agriculture advocate means. FFA has many achievements including the record number of students participating in Career Development Events on the Sub-District, District and State Levels.
“Fourteen Audubon FFA Members will receive their Iowa FFA Degree at this year's State FFA Convention! The Iowa Degree is the highest honor a member can receive on the state level,” said Britney Elmquist, the FFA adviser. The Audubon FFA Chapter has been very successful.