FFA Days of Service goes nationwide

The blue and gold takes over RFD-TV for the 93rd National FFA Convention and Expo next week! All month, members have been putting leadership into action through participation in “FFA National Days of Service.”

Local engagement senior manager, Michele Sullivan spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on the initiative and some of the events they are hosting.

“The purpose of National Days of Service is to provide an opportunity for those FFA members that are attending our national convention, to engage in service activities that meet needs of local non-profit organizations,” she said. “With this year and our national convention going virtual, we had to reimagine what National Days of Service would look like. So, we decided to take it nationwide.”

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To check out our hub for the 93rd Convention and Expo, click HERE.

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