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ROLLA FFA, ND FFA history Filed in North Dakota

Gone But Not Forgotten

North Dakota’s FFA history is in good hands with the Rolla FFA Chapter. These students have devoted themselves to researching and documenting the histories of FFA chapters from the past, whether they were the victims of school closings, consolidated schools, or lack of funding or teachers. The chapter has named this project “Gone, but not... Read more »... Read more »
DAYTON FFA, TX Sugar Shaker 5K Filed in Texas

Sugar Shaker 5K

To raise awareness and money for adult diabetes, members of the Dayton FFA participated in the Sugar Shaker 5K Run. The chapter members helped with setting up, registration and manning the water stations along the running route. The fight to beat diabetes is particularly close to their hearts because one of their FFA members is... Read more »... Read more »
Cherryvale FFA salvation army angel tree Filed in Kansas

Salvation Army Angel Tree

The Cherryvale FFA Chapter truly lived to serve during the holiday season by sponsoring children from the Salvation Army Angel Tree. The chapter raffled off a handmade FFA T-shirt quilt donated by Leona “Grandma” Smedly to raise money for the cause. Proceeds from the raffle were used to buy Christmas gifts for eight different children... Read more »... Read more »
Amanda-Clearcreek FFA, Ohio Filed in Ohio

Pelotonia Bike Tour

Members of the Amanda-Clearcreek FFA Chapter are biking to beat breast cancer by volunteering for the Pelotonia Bike Tour, which attracts more than 6,000 riders each year. Over the years, chapter members have helped with setup, cleanup, greeting riders, picking up trash, unloading supplies and more. In 2014, more than 30 FFA members volunteered to... Read more »... Read more »
importance of ag expo Filed in Iowa

Importance of Ag Expo

The South Tama County FFA Chapter hosted an Importance of Ag Expo during National FFA Week. The expo featured 23 exhibitions, three guest speakers and several workshops throughout the day. Guest speaker Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds spoke about agriculture’s $72 billion impact on Iowa’s economy and the one in six Iowa jobs it provides. Expo... Read more »... Read more »
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