On National Ag Day, members of the Hiawatha FFA chapter created flyers highlighting Kansas agriculture. These flyers were then places in the local grocery store.
Member of the Arkansas City FFA chapter hold an Annual March Madness Bass Fishing Tournament each year. Members of the community and surrounding communities participate in the tournament.
The Wabaunsee FFA put on a leadership activity that helped FFA develop human relations skills as well as decision-making skills that enhanced their personal growth. Members were in charge of several aspects of this great event.
Six Kansas FFA members were elected to serve as State FFA Officers in May. Find out more about who they are, where they are from, and what they hope to accomplish.
Members of the Arkansas City FFA Chapter volunteer their services to improve the landscaping at a local park.
The focus of the Kansas FFA Service Projects is to actively educate FFA members and their advisors on how various community needs can be addressed, how FFA members' skills can be utilized to effect community change, and how FFA members can take information learned at one community service site to provide a similar service in their own community. In short, Service Projects promotes civic engagement through agriculture education, service learning and FFA member participation.