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Charter Ceremony Set for New Local FFA Chapter
10/12/2017

(KMZA)--A charter signing ceremony is set Friday evening for the new Nemaha Central FFA chapter.

The ceremony will take place during half-time of the football game between Nemaha Central and Sabetha.

Before the game, the Nemaha Central FFA members will be holding a BBQ meal fundraiser, beginning at 5:30, for a free will donation to help the chapter raise funds to get started on their planned activities for the year.  There will also be an opportunity for community members to sign up and pay dues to become FFA alumni members.  No former FFA membership is required to join.

This school year, marks the first year for the FFA Chapter and offering of vocational agricultural courses at Nemaha Central High School.

The FFA officers and sponsor, Bradley Goering, met with the Nemaha Central Board of Education Monday evening to request approval of their constitution and by-laws.  The Board unanimously approved both documents for the organization.

 

 

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