Morphis Sisters Selected for State FFA Convention Chorus

Emily and Hannah Morphis of the Boswell FFA  chapter have been selected  to perform as a member of  the state FFA chorus at the  93rd State FFA Convention  from April 30 to May 1 in  Oklahoma City. Emily is a senior and Hannah is in 8th grade so this is the one and only time they will perform Morphis Sisters Selected for State FFA Convention Chorus together at the State FFA Convention. 

Renowned chorus director Stan Kingma of Roanoke, Virginia, selected 100 FFA members from 63 chapters to perform throughout the two-day convention.

Chorus members arrive in Oklahoma City for rehearsal two days prior to the convention. In addition to entertaining convention participants, the chorus will sing for the Oklahoma Legislature at the state Capitol. 

The chorus program is co-sponsored by Blue and Gold Sausage Co., Farm Credit Associations of Oklahoma, Express Employment Professionals and BancCentral. Chorus members are chaperoned by members of the Oklahoma FFA Alumni Association. 

A kick-off banquet for chorus members is co-sponsored by Raymond and Jean Cockrum, Guthrie; D. M. and Phyllis Sokolosky, Owasso; Jim and Carla Pilkington, Sapulpa; Doug and Kathy Harryman, Newcastle; Monte and Reina Womack, Morris; Marc and Debra Prather, Stables Café, Guthrie; the Oklahoma FFA Alumni Association; and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. 

FFA is an integral part of the Agricultural Education division in the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system. With more than 27,000 members and 362 chapters, the Oklahoma FFA Association is the fourth-largest state FFA association.  The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.  To learn more about the Oklahoma FFA, visit 

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