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My name is Catherine Crocker, I was born bright eyed & kickin' on June 22nd, 1989.

Simply put, I'm a just simple country gal with a big heart.
I'm pretty laid back & get along with just about everybody.

& here's a little bit of just "where I come from"...


First things first,

I am a strong christian & I love my Savior, therefore, I proudly live my life for Jesus <><
He's carried me when I was weak, faithfullly taught me the meaning of HOPE.
God's been good to me & I believe in Him & His love with all my heart.


I've had to endure some hard times in my life through the years...
Looking back, each of those trials has made me the person I am today.
I've learned the secret in life is to smile everyday, dream always.
& that ya gotta laugh when you can, truly love the life you live :D


My family is my backbone, they mean everything to me.
My parents, Cliff & Jenny Crocker (better known as Mama & Deddy) are amazing,

(afterall, they did manage to raise me) haha.
My sister has become my best friend, the one I look up to, & the one always on my side.
I owe everything to those three, they've always been there.
I am very proud of my roots & my love for my family runs deep.


I am happy to call Harrisburg, NC home; my heart forever lies in Cabarrus County.

I'm quite proud to be a small town country girl born & raised.

Afterall, it is in Cabarrus County that I came to know my passion for agriculture.

My hometown is where I learned to love the simple things in life & to enjoy the outdoors.

In June of 2007, I became a graduate of Central Cabarrus High School, Concord, NC.

In the fall of 2007, I took one of the biggest steps one will ever take & headed for college.


College has been the best thing to ever happen to me, I love it ♥

Just in two years I've made lifetime friendships & learned ALOT more about myself.

I am currently a sophmore at North Carolina State University (best in the world).

I am majoring in Agricultural Education & double minoring in Horticultural & Animal Science.

Thanks to two wonderful FFA advisors, they were my inspirations to become an AEE major.

My goal upon graduation is to become a high school agriculture teacher & FFA advisor.

In my time here at NCSU, I have been actively involved in all of the following:

The Agricultural Extension & Education Club

The Collegiate FFA

NCSU Animal Science Club

Campus Crusade


The FFA is great organization & I can't wait to be an FFA Advisor someday.

I love the FFA & all that the blue corduroy stands for.

The FFA Motto

Learning to Do;

Doing to Learn;

Earning to Live;

Living to Serve.


NC State University

NC FFA Organization

National FFA Organization

FFA New Horizons

National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE)

American Association for Agricultural Education (AAAE)

The AgEducation Magazine

NC Cooperative Extension

NC Department of Agriculture

US Department of Agriculture

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