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Texas FFA Chapters Move Forward and Give Back Through Community Service    
Friday, February 25, 2022 | Author: Texas FFA News
 

Living to serve is so ingrained into our programs that it is a notable part of our well-known motto. Texas FFA has chapters across the state impacting their local communities, one service project at a time.
 


Plainview FFA
Every first Tuesday of the month, Plainview FFA helps pack snacks and drinks for students in the school district. The snack bags are then distributed to prevent child hunger.



Tahoka FFA
Tahoka FFA packs snacks for underprivileged kids in their district every Wednesday night throughout the school year.



Spring Branch FFA
Spring Branch FFA creates ag education related resources to send to local elementary schools, including recording videos of members reading ag related story books and creating games and worksheets. 



Aledo FFA
Aledo FFA invites elementary students to their barn, paired with a buddy to read ag-related books to the livestock animals. They also have stations with activities such as milking a fake cow, planting a seed,  shearing shaving cream sheep, and many other games. 



Nimitz FFA
Nimitz FFA chapter officers built a wheelchair-accessible ramp for a disabled resident of South Dallas.



Area VI Association
Over 50 schools from Area VI participated by having their greenhands bring clothes, blankets, and other commodities to donate to Hangers of Hope.

James Madison FFA
James Madison FFA made handmade dog toys for a local animal shelter while also collecting water bottle donations for local first responders.

Dawson FFA
This year, Dawson FFA completed a supply drive for their local children’s hospital. 



New Waverly FFA

New Waverly FFA collected donations for a chapter in Waverly, Tennessee, whose community was devastated by floods and tornadoes. They collected enough donations to fill an entire 24-foot trailer that was then driven and delivered to the community.



Orange Grove FFA
Orange Grove FFA challenged themselves to have a monthly service project, including a soda can tab drive, sock drive, toy drive.



Weimar FFA
Weimar FFA collects and distributes non-perishable foods to members of their community monthly.



Franklin FFA
Franklin FFA conducts a monthly service project called “FFA at the Elementary.” Their members meet at the Roland Reynolds Elementary School before the school begins to help open car doors, help students with their breakfast, greet students with a smile, etc. 

 
   
 
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