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He had me at "I was in FFA."


Tonia Copeland

Krystal Wilke paints her blue and gold hand next to her green handprint during this year's Greenhand ceremony at Kimball High School. The blue handprint signifies that she earned her state degree and the gold that she earned her national FFA degree.

Her passion for FFA was a large part of her four years of high school, and that passion continues on for Krystal Wilke.

Wilke, the daughter of Byron and Amber Wilke, graduated from Kimball High School in 2010. She met her finance, Brian Caudill, who works and lives in Casper, Wyo., while student teaching in Buffalo, Wyo.

"We often joke that he had me at 'I was in FFA'. He was very active in his hometown's chapter in California, where he also received his State FFA Degree," she shared.

While in high school, Wilke held the offices as the Parlimentarian, Secretary, and finally holding the offi...

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