A roundup of FFA news for the week of July 16, 2009


COLLINS, Ohio — Heather Sayler, Erin Koehler, Erik Hansberger, Mandi Combs and Matt Scheerer represented the Western Reserve FFA Chapter at the Washington Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.

They learned not only how to be better leaders, but also to be concerned with the things that are going on around them and to help others.

In one of the sessions, they participated in an activity that showed the members the percentage of people with money compared to the people living in complete poverty. Another activity was about world problems, such as natural disasters, hunger, abuse, etc.

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ALLIANCE, Ohio — The Marlington FFA chapter met at the horticulture building July 9 with four members and six guests in attendance.

Items on the agenda included a fundraiser square dance July 18 at the Nimishillin Grange at 8 p.m., spring community service and the fair booth at the Stark Country Fair.

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