Roundup of FFA news for Aug. 10, 2017

Fayetteville FFA Chapter

FAYETTEVILLE, Ohio — Twelve Fayetteville FFA members traveled to Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum with Georgetown’s FFA chapter July 5.

The camp is prepared by Ohio’s FFA state officers and multiple staff members and includes extracurricular activities like shooting, motor boating and kayaking, as well as leadership workshops.

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WATERFORD, Ohio — Leeann Trippett and Kami Wilson of the Waterford FFA Chapter traveled to Washington, D.C., for the 2017 Washington Leadership Conference.

Students spend a week in Washington D.C. in workshops, seminars and small groups identifying personal strengths and leadership goals and how they will impact their communities when they return home.

The conclusion of each weekly session of the Washington Leadership Conference is a day of service, during which students work together on a community service project.

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LORAIN, Ohio — Four Lorain County JVS FFA members participated in the Washington Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., this summer.

Students also experienced the history of the nation’s capital and toured landmarks including the Washington Monument, War Memorial, the National Mall, Arlington National Cemetery and the U.S. Capitol.


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