William Horning of Garden Spot High School in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania is featured in PennLive’s “The Best and Brightest Class of 2017” today. His next stop? SUNY Cobleskill.

In a corresponding editorial, the newspaper calls these 20 young people “reasons to be hopeful about the future.”

Horning plans to study Agricultural Equipment Technology at SUNY Cobleskill. From the interview:

“Throughout my time in FFA, I have sought to make a difference in several ways. One such way was by helping to educate the public. In 2015 I organized a community petting zoo with a local business, where we brought animals for people to pet and interact with. This gave us a chance to answer questions and expose people of all ages to production agriculture.”

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(Header photo: Dan Gleiter/PennLive)