NEW PARIS — FFA week at National Trail had a colorful ending. The National Trail MVCTC FFA Chapter wanted to reach out to the younger student body, so the chapter hosted a coloring contest for K-6 grades, each grade received a coloring page.
The winners for each grade level included kindergarten Lilly Cullers, first grade Easton Ruebush, second grade Zoiy Hobbs, third grade Molli Deaton, fourth grade Jaylin Hurd, and fifth grade Cullen Davis.
The Chapter wanted to encourage participation in the national week of recognizing and highlighting FFA. The future of the Chapter lies within the elementary and the middle school. FFA works hard for the benefit of others, whether it’s teaching younger generations about agriculture opportunities or doing community service.
Small acts are the most impactful, a coloring contest is a great way to get things started and form bonds.
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