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Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA starts off fall with highway cleanup

Marais des Cygnes Valley school groups worked together to pick up trash along state Highway 31 south of Melvern. Helping were, front from left, Chaz Simpson, Kelsey Rice, Alyssa McCurdy, Emma Marsh, Olivia Lacey, Care Hockett, Destiny Moore, and Allie Reeser; back, Domonic Knight, Jaxson Dorr, Cole Lacey, Max Davis, Jake Weimer, Kyler Anschutz, Braden Reed, Jacob McGowin, Wyatt Lingenfelter, Lindsey Johnson, Montana McCurdy, Justin Brinkley, Hannah Foxworthy, Dylon Haines, Dalton Bechtle, Avary Simmons, Haylea Bethell, and Ed Mora. Courtesy photo.

By MdCV FFA Reporter Jace Stucker

On Sept. 29, 2021, the Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA, FCCLA, and FBLA chapters participated in the annual highway cleanup. Twenty-six members cleaned the highway from the Interstate 35 exit towards Melvern. After cleanup the members met back up at the school and enjoyed pizza!

FFA Drive-In Movie Night was Sept. 17, 2021, following the football game against Crest. We had approximately 20 FFA members enjoy the movie San Andreas. We viewed the movie on the ag shop garage door.

At the East Central District Greenhand Leadership Conference, we had 17 MdCV FFA and agri-science students participate. More than 600 ECD Greenhands attended. There were several workshops, including goal setting, official dress, teamwork/problem solving, first impressions, and agriculture career choices.

MdCV Greenhands attending the recent East Central District leadership conference were, front from left, Chloe Barb, Brooke Spillman, Care Hockett, and Evie Stephans; back, Chaz Simpson, Colten Woodson, Ed Mora, Destiny Moore, Mel Mora, Montana McCurdy, Hunter Treinen, Trey DeCavele, Dallen Flatin, Sheldon Roberts, Allie Reeser, Jaxson Dorr, and Domonic Knight. Courtesy photo.

One Response to Marais des Cygnes Valley FFA starts off fall with highway cleanup

  1. George R Pasley says:

    Nice job, I’m proud of you kids!

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