National FFA Organization spreading daily messages of positivity

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FFA members are proving they have hearts for service in these difficult times.

In a campaign spearheaded by Mamie Hertel, the Central Region Vice President, the National FFA Organization shared a 15-minute video of “More Monday” which featured FFA members past and present from all 50 states sharing positive messages.

FFA members are not stopping there. The National FFA Officer Team will be sharing inspiring messages on Facebook Live every day except Sunday.

“Our positive thoughts and words can make a world of difference to someone who is in need of encouragement,” Hertel said. “We all are capable of being more positive, so why not start today?”

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