Super Saturday is scheduled for March 20, at the Georgia FFA/FCCLA Center. The following state CDEs will be conducted as part of Super Saturday. Please read this information carefully and let know if you have questions.



Floral Design (Jr. & Sr.) – Superintendent: Eddie McKie

Floriculture (Jr. & Sr.) – Superintendent: Anne Smith

Nursery/Landscape (Jr. & Sr.) – Superintendent: Dr. Teri Hamlin

Agricultural Mechanics – Superintendents: Perkins, Milligan, & Peavy

Environmental/Natural Resources – Superintendents: Bailey, Marable, & Sealy

Farm Business Management – Superintendent: David Turner

Job Interview – Superintendent: Hope Hatcher

Parliamentary Procedure – Superintendent: Chip Bridges

Agricultural Communications – Superintendent: Ben Lastly


If your chapter has qualified for any of these events, and you have not received information from the Superintendent of that event, please contact them and make sure that you are clear on start time, materials you should bring, proper dress code, etc…Remember that some CDEs operate differently on the Area level that the State level. Be sure that you know what will take place on Super Saturday.


Meeting Space at FFA Center

Whether you arrive on Friday night, or Saturday morning, please keep in mind that there are 9 state CDEs being held on Saturday, so many of the meeting rooms at the FFA Center are being utilized with CDE material. The Superintendents of these events are working hard to provide a fair process. In an effort to help maintain the integrity of each event, please do not allow your students to enter any meeting space at the Center that is set-up for a state CDE until it’s time to register for that CDE on Saturday morning. Students and advisors should not be in the meeting rooms on Friday night or early Saturday morning. The following facilities are being utilized for CDEs and are therefore off limits for public use on Friday night and Saturday morning:


Mobley Hall auditorium

Mobley Hall basement

Old Craft Shop

Georgia Power theater and connecting Craft Shop

Infirmary conference room

Walters Hall (all rooms)


All of the downstairs Dining Hall (Brown Center, Tumlin Room, Newton Co. room, 106, 107 & Computer Lab)


Lodging for Super Saturday

It is not mandatory that you stay at the FFA/FCCLA Center on Friday, March 19. However, if you would like to stay at the Center, that opportunity is available to you. In order to help the Center and their personnel to be prepared, please provide the information that they are requesting.


If you need lodging and/or meals during Super Saturday, please contact Russel Towns at the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center to make arrangements. (Please don’t just show up without calling ahead.)

Email: [log in to unmask]

Phone: 770-786-6926 ext 1


They will need the following information:

·        Chapter Name:

·        Advisor Name:

·        Number Male Students:

·        Number Female Students:

·        Number Male Adults:

·        Number Female Adults:

·        Do you need linens provided?

·        Do you need  breakfast on Saturday?

·        Do you need lunch on Saturday?

·        Any lodging requests? (ex. other chapters you need to lodge with)

·        Approximate arrival time:



Lodging $12/person (no linens provided)

Breakfast $6/person

Lunch $6/person

Linens (if requested) $5/person


Due to the large number of chapters attending, teams will be placed in bunk cabins with other chapters.  There will be no supper served at the Camp on Friday. 


All payment for lodging and meals should be made to the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center.  There will be a camp staff member in the main office on Friday night to check you in.


Please call if you have any questions. Best of luck to those competing at Super Saturday.


Ben Lastly

Executive Secretary

Georgia FFA Association

316 Poultry Science - UGA

Athens, GA 30602

Phone: (706) 542-8990

Fax: (706) 542-3707

Website: www.georgiaffa.org